Information About Boulder

The total estimated population is 467. Density is very low at 1 persons per square mile.

Races of Residents

Population by Race: White: 453; Two or More Races: 8; American Indian: 2; Asian: 1; Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander: 1; Other Race: 2; Hispanic Population: Hispanic or Latino: 14 (3%); Not Hispanic or Latino: 453 (97%)

There are 0 foreign born residents, of which 0.0% are naturalized citizens.

Most Common Birthplaces

Foreign Born: U.S. Born: This State: 175; West: 125; Midwest: 75; South: 70; Northeast: 25;

Most Common US Birthplaces in Boulder

The sex distribution is 53% male and 47% female. The median age is 42 years.

Age Distribution

There are 48 married couples with children and 11 single-parent households (5 men, 6 women).

The median household income is $35,795 in 1999 dollars.

Median Household Income Comparisons

U.S.: $41,994; Wyoming: $37,892; Boulder: $35,795;

8% of the population lives below the poverty line.

Poverty Level Comparisons

U.S.: 12%; Wyoming: 11%; Boulder: 8%;

Household Income Distribution

In thousands of dollars.

Work Type and Occupations

Work Type: Private wage and salary: 153; Government: 33; Self-employed: 18; Unpaid family work: 29; Occupation: Management, professional, and related: 50; Construction, extraction, and maintenance: 49; Production, transportation, and material moving: 47; Service: 38; Management, business, and financial operations: 35; Sales and office: 33;

Work Types in Boulder Common Occupations in Boulder

The average commute time is 26 minutes to and from work.

Transportation to Work

Car or truck (drove alone): 166; Car or truck (carpooled): 29; Worked at home: 24; Walked: 16;

Transportation to work methods in Boulder

Educational Attainment

Percent of population in Boulder.

There are 399 housing units, of which 261 are single family homes.

Owner vs. Renter Occupied Housing

All Housing Units: Owner: 141; Renter: 39; Vacant: 219; Owner-Occupied: Mortgaged: 141; Not Mortgaged: 0;

Owner vs. Renter Occupied Housing in Boulder

The median single family home value is $375,000.

Median Monthly Cost for Mortgaged Homes

U.S.: $1,088; Wyoming: $825; Boulder: $1,750;

Median Rent for Rental Units

U.S.: $519; Wyoming: $373; Boulder: $355;

The average household size is 3 and the median number of rooms in housing units is 4.

Housing Units By Year Built

1939 or earlier: 22; 1940 to 1949: 8; 1950 to 1959: 43; 1960 to 1969: 59; 1970 to 1979: 94; 1980 to 1989: 95; 1990 to 1994: 34; 1995 to 1998: 44;

15.5% of homes lack plumbing and 2.2% lack telephone service.

Commonly Used Home Heating Fuel

Bottled, tank, or LP gas: 86; Wood: 62; Electricity: 22; Fuel oil, kerosene, etc.: 6;

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