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Demographics Analysis

The people of Sevier County, Arkansas give the community character. This place is unique because of factors such as population size / density, ethnic background, ratio of males to females, and average age.

Population By Sex By Age
(Sevier County, Arkansas)

Male:

Under 5 years : 791

5 to 9 years : 655

10 to 14 years : 668

15 to 17 years : 345

18 and 19 years : 228

20 years : 163

21 years : 99

22 to 24 years : 263

25 to 29 years : 577

30 to 34 years : 565

35 to 39 years : 671

40 to 44 years : 563

45 to 49 years : 457

50 to 54 years : 517

55 to 59 years : 428

60 and 61 years : 176

62 to 64 years : 177

65 and 66 years : 62

67 to 69 years : 141

70 to 74 years : 275

75 to 79 years : 134

80 to 84 years : 183

85 years and over : 77

Female:

Under 5 years : 791

5 to 9 years : 628

10 to 14 years : 636

15 to 17 years : 374

18 and 19 years : 261

20 years : 194

21 years : 68

22 to 24 years : 220

25 to 29 years : 542

30 to 34 years : 435

35 to 39 years : 702

40 to 44 years : 450

45 to 49 years : 510

50 to 54 years : 459

55 to 59 years : 434

60 and 61 years : 149

62 to 64 years : 278

65 and 66 years : 121

67 to 69 years : 211

70 to 74 years : 228

75 to 79 years : 226

80 to 84 years : 261

85 years and over : 123


(updated 2009)



Population By Ancestry
(Sevier County, Arkansas)

Ancestry specified:

Single ancestry : 11,108

Multiple ancestry : 3,543

Ancestry not specified:

Ancestry unclassified : 178

Ancestry not reported : 1,687


(updated 2009)



Population By Citizen Status In The United States
(Sevier County, Arkansas)

U.S. citizen, born in the United States : 13,611

U.S. citizen, born in Puerto Rico or U.S. Island Areas : 0

U.S. citizen, born abroad of American parent(s) : 35

U.S. citizen by naturalization : 364

Not a U.S. citizen : 2,506


(updated 2009)



Place Of Birth By Age
(Sevier County, Arkansas)

Total:

Under 5 years : 1,582

5 to 17 years : 3,306

18 to 24 years : 1,496

25 to 34 years : 2,119

35 to 44 years : 2,386

45 to 54 years : 1,943

55 to 59 years : 862

60 and 61 years : 325

62 to 64 years : 455

65 to 74 years : 1,038

75 years and over : 1,004

Born in state of residence:

Under 5 years : 917

5 to 17 years : 1,763

18 to 24 years : 557

25 to 34 years : 935

35 to 44 years : 697

45 to 54 years : 819

55 to 59 years : 433

60 and 61 years : 173

62 to 64 years : 198

65 to 74 years : 610

75 years and over : 576

Born in other state in the United States:

Under 5 years : 651

5 to 17 years : 1,023

18 to 24 years : 522

25 to 34 years : 551

35 to 44 years : 809

45 to 54 years : 858

55 to 59 years : 325

60 and 61 years : 136

62 to 64 years : 257

65 to 74 years : 422

75 years and over : 379

Native, born outside the United States:

Under 5 years : 0

5 to 17 years : 0

18 to 24 years : 13

25 to 34 years : 0

35 to 44 years : 0

45 to 54 years : 14

55 to 59 years : 8

60 and 61 years : 0

62 to 64 years : 0

65 to 74 years : 0

75 years and over : 0

Foreign born:

Under 5 years : 14

5 to 17 years : 520

18 to 24 years : 404

25 to 34 years : 633

35 to 44 years : 880

45 to 54 years : 252

55 to 59 years : 96

60 and 61 years : 16

62 to 64 years : 0

65 to 74 years : 6

75 years and over : 49


(updated 2009)



Place Of Birth By Sex
(Sevier County, Arkansas)

Born in state of residence:

Male : 3,869

Female : 3,809

Born in other state in the United States:

Male : 2,767

Female : 3,166

Native: born outside the United States:

Male : 4

Female : 31

Foreign born:

Male : 1,575

Female : 1,295


(updated 2009)



Place Of Birth By Race
(Sevier County, Arkansas)

Born in state of residence : 6,054

Born in other state in the United States : 4,825

Native: born outside the United States : 35

Foreign born : 735


(updated 2009)



Place Of Birth By Marital Status
(Sevier County, Arkansas)

Born in state of residence:

Never married : 1,084

Now married, except separated : 2,999

Divorced : 526

Separated : 168

Widowed : 476

Born in other state in the United States:

Never married : 1,011

Now married, except separated : 2,402

Divorced : 551

Separated : 152

Widowed : 437

Native: born outside the United States:

Never married : 0

Now married, except separated : 27

Divorced : 0

Separated : 0

Widowed : 8

Foreign born:

Never married : 781

Now married, except separated : 1,527

Divorced : 10

Separated : 115

Widowed : 73


(updated 2009)



Language Spoken At Home By Ability To Speak English (Population Of 5 Years and Older)
(Sevier County, Arkansas)

Speak only English : 10,797

Spanish or Spanish Creole:

Speak English "very well" : 1,419

Speak English less than "very well" : 2,576

French (incl. Patois, Cajun):

Speak English "very well" : 8

Speak English less than "very well" : 0

German:

Speak English "very well" : 29

Speak English less than "very well" : 0

Other Indo-European languages:

Speak English "very well" : 10

Speak English less than "very well" : 0

Tagalog:

Speak English "very well" : 29

Speak English less than "very well" : 66


(updated 2009)



Ancestries in Sevier County, Arkansas

  • Other Groups: 5,208   (44.2%)
  • United States Or American: 2,426   (20.6%)
  • Irish: 1,237   (10.5%)
  • English: 976   (8.3%)
  • German: 819   (6.9%)
  • French (except Basque): 195   (1.7%)
  • Dutch: 176   (1.5%)
  • Scotch-irish: 138   (1.2%)
  • Scottish: 91   (0.8%)
  • Italian: 74   (0.6%)
  • French Canadian: 73   (0.6%)
  • Swedish: 68   (0.6%)
  • Norwegian: 58   (0.5%)
  • European: 54   (0.5%)
  • Polish: 38   (0.3%)
  • West Indian (excluding Hispanic Groups): 30   (0.3%)
  • British: 19   (0.2%)
  • Canadian: 18   (0.2%)
  • Russian: 15   (0.1%)
  • Danish: 14   (0.1%)
  • Welsh: 12   (0.1%)
  • Subsaharan African: 12   (0.1%)
  • Czech: 11   (0.1%)
  • Hungarian: 9   (0.1%)
  • Swiss: 6   (0.1%)
  • Austrian: 5   (0.0%)
  • Celtic: 5   (0.0%)
  • Scandinavian: 4   (0.0%)
  • Greek: 4   (0.0%)
  • Armenian: 1   (0.0%)

(updated 2010)



Total Population In Sevier County, Arkansas is 16,516



(updated 2009)



Male Population in Sevier County, Arkansas: 8,215
Female Population in Sevier County, Arkansas: 8,301


(updated 2013)



Median Male Resident Age in Sevier County, Arkansas: 33.0
Median Female Resident Age in Sevier County, Arkansas: 35.0


(updated 2013)



Median Age in the State of Arkansas is 37


(updated 2010)



Median Age By Sex in Sevier County, Arkansas


White


Both sexes

39.2

Male

38.4

Female

40.1

Black or African American


Both sexes

38.6

Male

35.3

Female

42.7

American Indian and Alaska Native


Both sexes

26.9

Male

24.0

Female

28.5

Asian


Both sexes

31.8

Male

31.8

Female

32.5

Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander


Both sexes

49.5

Male

54.0

Female

41.5

Other


Both sexes

21.2

Male

22.2

Female

19.5

Two or More Races


Both sexes

17.6

Male

18.4

Female

17.2

Hispanic or Latino


Both sexes

20.4

Male

21.7

Female

18.8

White / Not Hispanic or Latino


Both sexes

42.8

Male

41.4

Female

43.9


(updated 2010)



Races in Sevier County, Arkansas


  • White: 11,649
  • African American: 619
  • American Indian: 297
  • Asian: 167
  • Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander: 0
  • Some Other Race: 3,485
  • Two or More Races: 299



(updated 2013)













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Education Analysis

The amount of education a person receives can deeply affect their lives. The amount of education Sevier County, Arkansas citizens receive, averaged as group, may also affect the community.

Education Level of Population 25 Years and Over in Sevier County, Arkansas

Male


  • No Schooling Completed: 183   (3.78%)
  • Nursery To 4th Grade: 105   (2.17%)
  • 5th And 6th Grade: 298   (6.16%)
  • 7th And 8th Grade: 329   (6.8%)
  • 9th Grade: 244   (5.05%)
  • 10th Grade: 179   (3.7%)
  • 11th Grade: 238   (4.92%)
  • 12th Grade, No Diploma: 238   (4.92%)
  • High School Graduate (includes Equivalency): 1,616   (33.42%)
  • Some College, Less Than 1 Year: 278   (5.75%)
  • Some College, 1 Or More Years, No Degree: 519   (10.73%)
  • Associate Degree: 179   (3.7%)
  • Bachelor's Degree: 285   (5.89%)
  • Master's Degree: 108   (2.23%)
  • Professional School Degree: 26   (0.54%)
  • Doctorate Degree: 10   (0.21%)

Female


  • No Schooling Completed: 82   (1.64%)
  • Nursery To 4th Grade: 73   (1.46%)
  • 5th And 6th Grade: 226   (4.53%)
  • 7th And 8th Grade: 367   (7.35%)
  • 9th Grade: 190   (3.81%)
  • 10th Grade: 258   (5.17%)
  • 11th Grade: 273   (5.47%)
  • 12th Grade, No Diploma: 196   (3.93%)
  • High School Graduate (includes Equivalency): 1,708   (34.21%)
  • Some College, Less Than 1 Year: 352   (7.05%)
  • Some College, 1 Or More Years, No Degree: 600   (12.02%)
  • Associate Degree: 190   (3.81%)
  • Bachelor's Degree: 342   (6.85%)
  • Master's Degree: 108   (2.16%)
  • Professional School Degree: 28   (0.56%)
  • Doctorate Degree: 0   (0%)


(updated 2010)





Largest School Agency's In Sevier County, Arkansas

  • Dequeen School District


    ( Grades: K-12, Location: Po Box 950, De Queen, AR 71832, Phone: (870) 584-4312, Students: 2,128 )

  • Horatio School District


    ( Grades: K-12, Location: 205 Isbell St, Horatio, AR 71842, Phone: (870) 832-2340, Students: 876 )

  • Lockesburg School District


    ( Grades: KG-12, Location: P.o. Box 88, Lockesburg, AR 71846, Phone: (870) 289-4041, Students: 357 )

  • Dequeen/mena Education Coop


    ( Location: 305 South Hornburg, Gillham, AR 71841, Phone: (870) 386-2251, )

Largest Elementary & Middle Schools (Public) In Sevier County, Arkansas

  • Dequeen Middle School


    ( Grades: 6-9, Location: 1803 W Coulter Drive, De Queen, AR 71832, Phone: (870) 642-2428, Students: 690 )

  • Dequeen Primary


    ( Grades: K-2, Location: 235 Treating Plant, De Queen, AR 71832, Phone: (870) 642-3100, Students: 608 )

  • Dequeen Elementary School


    ( Grades: 3-5, Location: 233 Treating Plant, De Queen, AR 71832, Phone: (870) 584-4311, Students: 488 )

  • Horatio Elementary School


    ( Grades: K-6, Location: 205 Isbell St, Horatio, AR 71842, Phone: (870) 832-2891, Students: 401 )

  • Lockesburg Elementary School


    ( Grades: KG-6, Location: P.o. Box 88, Lockesburg, AR 71846, Phone: (870) 289-4041, Students: 180 )

  • Dequeen/mena Technical Ed Center


    ( Location: P.o. Box 110, Gillham, AR 71841, Phone: (870) 386-2251, )

Largest High Schools (Public) In Sevier County, Arkansas

  • Horatio High School


    ( Grades: 7-12, Location: 205 Isbell St, Horatio, AR 71842, Phone: (870) 832-2341, Students: 372 )

  • Dequeen High School


    ( Grades: 10-12, Location: 1803 W Coulter Drive, De Queen, AR 71832, Phone: (870) 642-2426, Students: 342 )

  • Lockesburg High School


    ( Grades: 7-12, Location: P.o. Box 88, Lockesburg, AR 71846, Phone: (870) 289-2431, Students: 177 )

Largest Universities & Colleges In Sevier County, Arkansas

  • Cossatot Community College Of The University Of Arkansas


    ( 2-year, Public, Student Population: 1,115; Location: 83 Hwy 399, De Queen, AR 71832, Web: http://cccua.edu )

Largest Schools (Private) In Sevier County, Arkansas

  • Beacon Hill Adventist Elementary School


    ( Grades: K-11, Location: 1446 Red Bridge Road, De Queen, AR 71832, Phone: (870) 642-4876, Students: 22 )

Academic Libraries In Sevier County, Arkansas

  • Cossatot Community College Of The University Of Arkansas


    ( Location: 183 Hwy 399, De Queen, AR 71832, Web: http://cccua.edu )

(updated 2005)

Public Libraries (Branch) In Sevier County, Arkansas

  • Ben Lomond Branch Library


    400 Willow Road, Ben Lomond, AR 71823

  • Dequeen Branch Library


    200 West Stillwell, De Queen, AR 71832

  • Gillham Branch Library


    Hornsberg And North 2nd St., Gillham, AR 71841

  • Horatio Branch Library


    108 Main Street, Horatio, AR 71842

  • Lockesburg Branch Library


    112 East Main Street, Lockesburg, AR 71846

(updated 2012)



Museums Near Sevier County, Arkansas


(updated 2014)



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Geography Analysis

The actual land features relating to Sevier County, Arkansas affect how people live their lives. Natural features such as oceans, mountains, lakes, plains, and deserts all make a difference in the lives of individuals. The types of housing, heating fuels, and transportation infrastructure are largely influenced by the geography of Sevier County, Arkansas.

Area Features of Sevier County, Arkansas


Airport


(1) Community Hospital Of De Queen Heliport   (2) De Queen Landing Strip Historical   (3) J Lynn Helms Sevier County Airport  

Bridge


(1) Johnson Bridge   (2) Ladds Bridge   (3) Little River Bridge  

Building


(1) Ben Lomond Volunteer Fire Department   (2) Central Volunteer Fire And Rescue   (3) Cossatot Fire Station   (4) De Queen Fire Station   (5) De Queen Manor Nursing Home   (6) De Queen Police Department   (7) Gillham Volunteer Fire Department   (8) Lifenet Incorporated - De Queen Ambulance Services   (9) Lockesburg Fire Department   (10) Provo Volunteer Fire Department   (11) Ridgeview Lodge Nursing Home   (12) Sevier County Courthouse   (13) Sevier County Sheriff Office   (14) South Central Arkansas Drug Task Force   (15) Southwest Emergency Medical Service Dequeen   (16) Southwest Transport Service Basic Life Support   (17) United States Fish And Wildlife Pond Creek National Wildlife Refuge Park Security  

Cemetery


(1) Avon Cemetery   (2) Bellville Cemetery   (3) Ben Lomond Cemetery   (4) Brownstown Cemetery   (5) Cane Creek Cemetery   (6) Chapel Hill Cemetery   (7) Clear Creek Cemetery   (8) Cossatot Cemetery   (9) Cross Trail Cemetery   (10) Fairview Cemetery   (11) Falls Chapel Cemetery   (12) Gillham Cemetery   (13) Herman Direk Memorial Park   (14) Hopson Cemetery   (15) Horatio Cemetery   (16) Kingree Chapel Cemetery   (17) Lockesburg Cemetery   (18) Mill Creek Cemetery   (19) Millwee Cemetery   (20) Mineral Cemetery   (21) Mount Ida Cemetery   (22) New Bethel Cemetery   (23) Norwoodville Cemetery   (24) Oak Grove Cemetery   (25) Old Union Cemetery   (26) Overturf Cemetery   (27) Piney Grove Cemetery   (28) Redman Cemetery   (29) Sand Field Cemetery   (30) Smyrna Cemetery   (31) Sunset Acres Cemetery   (32) Sweet Home Cemetery   (33) Ultima Thule Cemetery   (34) Valley Cemetery   (35) West Line Cemetery   (36) Woffords Chapel Cemetery   (37) Wrights Chapel Cemetery  

Church


(1) Almond Church   (2) Bradley Chapel   (3) Brownstown Community Church   (4) Carrun Church   (5) Chapel Hill Church   (6) Christian Home Church Historical   (7) Cossatot Church Historical   (8) Dilworth Church   (9) Fairview Church Historical   (10) Falls Chapel Cumberland Presbyterian Church   (11) Geneva Missionary Baptist Church   (12) Gravelly Hill Church   (13) Gravity Point Church   (14) Holly Springs Church   (15) Kingree Chapel   (16) Lone Oak Church   (17) Lyons United Methodist Church   (18) Midway Church   (19) Mount Carmel Church   (20) Mount Ida Church   (21) Mount Pleasant Church   (22) Old Bellville Church   (23) Old Central Church   (24) Old Union Church   (25) Overturf Church   (26) Piney Grove Methodist Church   (27) Pleasant Hill Church   (28) Pullman Methodist Church Historical   (29) Rosedale Baptist Church Historical   (30) Sanctified Church Historical   (31) Smyrna Church Of Christ   (32) Union Church   (33) Williamson Methodist Church   (34) Woofords Chapel Historical   (35) Wright Chapel   (36) Wrights Chapel  

Civil


(1) City Of De Queen   (2) City Of Horatio   (3) City Of Lockesburg   (4) Sevier County   (5) Town Of Ben Lomond   (6) Town Of Gillham   (7) Township Of Bear Creek   (8) Township Of Ben Lomond   (9) Township Of Clear Creek   (10) Township Of Jefferson   (11) Township Of Mill Creek   (12) Township Of Mineral   (13) Township Of Monroe   (14) Township Of Paraclifta   (15) Township Of Red Colony   (16) Township Of Saline   (17) Township Of Washington  

Crossing


(1) Battle Ford   (2) Clinton Ford   (3) Dalrymple Ford Historical   (4) Flanagan Ford   (5) Ladd Ford   (6) Mallon Ford Historical   (7) Mckinney Ford   (8) Moody Shoal Ford   (9) Murphy Ford   (10) Rolling Shoal Ford   (11) Saltworks Ford   (12) Steel Ford   (13) Three Shoot Ford  

Dam


(1) Coulter Lake Dam   (2) De Queen Dam   (3) Double K Lake Dam   (4) Fraser Pond Dam   (5) Gillham Dam   (6) Gillham Lake Dam   (7) Lake Hospitality Dam   (8) Process City Lake Dam   (9) Tobin Lake Dam  

Gut


(1) Borne Mill Slough   (2) Johnson Slough   (3) Mound Slough  

Hospital


(1) De Queen Regional Medical Center  

Lake


(1) Berks Slough   (2) Johnson Lake   (3) Russey Lake  

Locale


(1) Bear Creek Junction   (2) Central   (3) Falls Chapel   (4) Rock Hill   (5) Silver Ridge   (6) Town North Shopping Center   (7) West Line   (8) Yellow Banks Landing  

Park


(1) Paraclifta Monument  

Populated Place


(1) Antimony Historical   (2) Antioch Historical   (3) Antrey Historical   (4) Avon   (5) Bellville   (6) Ben Lomond   (7) Brownstown   (8) Chapel Hill   (9) Cheatham   (10) Cornhill Historical   (11) Cowlingsville   (12) Cross Trails Historical   (13) De Queen   (14) Dilworth   (15) Fairview   (16) Geneva   (17) Gillham   (18) Kellum   (19) King   (20) Lockesburg   (21) Milford   (22) Millers Crossing   (23) Milrose   (24) Mineral   (25) Norwoodville   (26) Oak Grove   (27) Paraclifta Historical   (28) Paraloma   (29) Pennys   (30) Process City   (31) Provo   (32) Pullman   (33) Red Hill Historical   (34) Red Wing   (35) Rosedale Historical   (36) Stringtown   (37) Union   (38) Valley Ridge Historical   (39) Wade   (40) Walnut Springs   (41) White Cliffs   (42) Williamson  

Post Office


(1) Ben Lomond Post Office   (2) De Queen Post Office  

Reservoir


(1) Coulter Lake   (2) De Queen Lake   (3) Double K Lake   (4) Fraser Pond   (5) Gillham Lake   (6) Lake Hospitality   (7) Process City Lake   (8) Tobin Lake  

School


(1) Antimony School Historical   (2) Antioch School Historical   (3) Avon School Historical   (4) Baker School Historical   (5) Beacon Hill School   (6) Cane Creek School Historical   (7) Cedar Glade School Historical   (8) Center Grove School Historical   (9) Cooper School Historical   (10) Crooked Ridge School Historical   (11) Cross Trail School Historical   (12) De Queen Elementary School   (13) De Queen High School   (14) De Queen Middle School   (15) De Queen Primary School   (16) Fairview School Historical   (17) Gillham High School Historical   (18) Graves School   (19) Graves School Historical   (20) Holly Grove School Historical   (21) Horatio Elementary School   (22) Horatio High School   (23) Kellum School Historical   (24) King School Historical   (25) Lockesburg Elementary School   (26) Lockesburg High School   (27) Longview School Historical   (28) Maddux School Historical   (29) Melrose School Historical   (30) Mill Creek School Historical   (31) Morphew School Historical   (32) Mount Pleasant School Historical   (33) Nettle Hill School Historical   (34) Oak Grove School Historical   (35) Overturf School Historical   (36) Piney Grove School Historical   (37) Pleasant Hill School Historical   (38) Pullman School Historical   (39) Rosedale School Historical   (40) Sardis School Historical   (41) Shady Grove School Historical   (42) Spring Hill School Historical   (43) Union School Historical   (44) Valley School Historical   (45) Wallace Hill School Historical   (46) Walnut Springs School Historical  

Stream


(1) Almond Creek   (2) Bellah Creek   (3) Bellville Creek   (4) Blue Creek   (5) Browns Creek   (6) Brushy Creek   (7) Buck Creek   (8) Burke Creek   (9) Cane Creek   (10) Carters Creek   (11) Clear Creek   (12) Cold Branch   (13) Cool Easy Creek   (14) Coon Creek   (15) Cossatot River   (16) Davis Slough   (17) Dry Creek   (18) French Creek   (19) Hale Creek   (20) Hunters Creek   (21) Hurricane Creek   (22) Johns Branch   (23) Johnson Creek   (24) Lee Creek   (25) Lick Creek   (26) Little Bear Creek   (27) Little Bellville Creek   (28) Little Cossatot River   (29) Little Creek   (30) Messer Creek   (31) Mill Creek   (32) Mill Slough   (33) Millwee Creek   (34) Mud Creek   (35) Pepper Creek   (36) Pond Creek   (37) Prairie Creek   (38) Roberts Branch   (39) Rock Creek   (40) Russey Creek   (41) Sand Creek   (42) Sand Slough   (43) Sandy Slough   (44) Shepherd Creek   (45) Spring Creek   (46) Story Creek   (47) Striklin Creek   (48) Stringtown Creek   (49) Sulphur Slough   (50) Sycamore Creek   (51) Twomile Creek   (52) Walnut Springs Creek   (53) White Oak Slough   (54) Wilson Creek   (55) Winters Creek   (56) Woolsey Creek  

Summit


(1) Steele Hill  

Swamp


(1) Duck Pond  

Tower


(1) Bethel Lookout Tower   (2) Kdqn-am De Queen   (3) Kdqn-fm De Queen  

Valley


(1) Glen Canyon  


(updated 2014)



Zip Codes in Sevier County, Arkansas

71832 (pop. 9,858) 71846 (pop. 2,740) 71842 (pop. 2,194)
71841 (pop. 922) 71823 (pop. 108)  


Counties Nearby Sevier County, Arkansas

Howard County, AR  (pop. 14,253) 17.2 Miles
Little River County, AR  (pop. 12,921) 22.2 Miles
Polk County, AR  (pop. 20,479) 32.4 Miles
Pike County, AR  (pop. 10,763) 36.4 Miles
Hempstead County, AR  (pop. 22,454) 40.9 Miles
Miller County, AR  (pop. 43,588) 46.8 Miles



Area Code(s) in Sevier County, Arkansas

870



Elevation in Sevier County, Arkansas is 417.0 ft. (127.0 meters)





Latitude/Longitude of Sevier County, Arkansas

Lat: 34.016649 N        Long: -94.262899 W



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Economic Analysis

People and the communities they live in depend on money. The people of Sevier County, Arkansas need food, shelter, clothing, and medical care. Business formation and job creation are essential to this community. Money sustains infrastructure such as roads and airports as well as human resources including fire rescue and police protection.

Energy Costs In Arkansas

    Residential
(cents per
kilowatthour)
Commercial
(cents per
kilowatthour)
Industrial
(cents per
kilowatthour)
Other
(cents per
kilowatthour)
Transportation
(cents per
kilowatthour)
Total
(cents per
kilowatthour)
1990              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 8.07 6.95 5.10 7.08 0.00 6.70
  Total Electric Industry 8.07 6.95 5.10 7.08 0.00 6.70
1991              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 8.10 6.95 5.05 6.83 0.00 6.69
  Total Electric Industry 8.10 6.95 5.05 6.83 0.00 6.69
1992              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 8.28 7.11 5.02 6.77 0.00 6.71
  Total Electric Industry 8.28 7.11 5.02 6.77 0.00 6.71
1993              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 8.27 7.04 4.85 6.93 0.00 6.62
  Total Electric Industry 8.27 7.04 4.85 6.93 0.00 6.62
1994              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 8.07 6.88 4.60 6.46 0.00 6.35
  Total Electric Industry 8.07 6.88 4.60 6.46 0.00 6.35
1995              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 7.98 6.83 4.51 6.65 0.00 6.27
  Total Electric Industry 7.98 6.83 4.51 6.65 0.00 6.27
1996              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 7.77 6.74 4.47 6.58 0.00 6.15
  Total Electric Industry 7.77 6.74 4.47 6.58 0.00 6.15
1997              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 7.80 6.78 4.45 6.61 0.00 6.15
  Total Electric Industry 7.80 6.78 4.45 6.61 0.00 6.15
1998              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 7.51 5.90 4.16 5.98 0.00 5.78
  Total Electric Industry 7.51 5.90 4.16 5.98 0.00 5.78
1999              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 7.43 5.82 4.12 6.26 0.00 5.68
  Total Electric Industry 7.43 5.82 4.12 6.26 0.00 5.68
2000              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 7.45 5.93 4.20 6.39 0.00 5.77
  Total Electric Industry 7.45 5.93 4.20 6.39 0.00 5.77
2001              
  Full-Service Providers 7.72 6.19 4.43 6.91 0.00 6.05
  Total Electric Industry 7.72 6.19 4.43 6.91 0.00 6.05
2002              
  Full-Service Providers 7.25 5.68 4.01 6.52 0.00 5.61
  Total Electric Industry 7.25 5.68 4.01 6.52 0.00 5.61
2003              
  Full-Service Providers 7.24 5.54 4.04 0.00 0.00 5.57
  Total Electric Industry 7.24 5.54 4.04 0.00 0.00 5.57
2004              
  Full-Service Providers 7.36 5.64 4.16 0.00 0.00 5.67
  Total Electric Industry 7.36 5.64 4.16 0.00 0.00 5.67
2005              
  Full-Service Providers 8.00 6.18 4.74 0.00 0.00 6.30
  Total Electric Industry 8.00 6.18 4.74 0.00 0.00 6.30
2006              
  Full-Service Providers 8.85 6.96 5.24 0.00 0.00 6.99
  Total Electric Industry 8.85 6.96 5.24 0.00 0.00 6.99

(updated 2006)



Time Leaving to Work in Sevier County, Arkansas

12:00 A.M. TO 4:59 A.M.   : 503   (7.7%)
5:00 A.M. TO 5:29 A.M.   : 345   (5.3%)
5:30 A.M. TO 5:59 A.M.   : 598   (9.2%)
6:00 A.M. TO 6:29 A.M.   : 793   (12.2%)
6:30 A.M. TO 6:59 A.M.   : 636   (9.8%)
7:00 A.M. TO 7:29 A.M.   : 811   (12.5%)
7:30 A.M. TO 7:59 A.M.   : 1,068   (16.4%)
8:00 A.M. TO 8:29 A.M.   : 326   (5.0%)
8:30 A.M. TO 8:59 A.M.   : 126   (1.9%)
9:00 A.M. TO 9:59 A.M.   : 231   (3.6%)
10:00 A.M. TO 10:59 A.M.   : 89   (1.4%)
11:00 A.M. TO 11:59 A.M.   : 20   (0.3%)
12:00 P.M. TO 3:59 P.M.   : 561   (8.6%)
4:00 P.M. TO 11:59 P.M.   : 394   (6.1%)


(updated 2010)



Means Of Transportation
(Sevier County, Arkansas)

Car, truck, or van:

Drove alone : 4,947

Carpooled:

In 2-person carpool : 964

In 3-person carpool : 115

In 4-person carpool : 49

In 5- or 6-person carpool : 94

In 7-or-more-person carpool : 41

Public transportation (excluding taxicab):

Bus or trolley bus : 18

Streetcar or trolley car (carro publico in Puerto Rico) : 0

Subway or elevated : 0

Railroad : 0

Ferryboat : 0

Taxicab : 0

Motorcycle : 0

Bicycle : 0

Walked : 168

Other means : 62

Worked at home : 178


(updated 2009)



Travel Time To Work
(Sevier County, Arkansas)

Less than 5 minutes : 318

5 to 9 minutes : 1,269

10 to 14 minutes : 1,496

15 to 19 minutes : 1,274

20 to 24 minutes : 747

25 to 29 minutes : 144

30 to 34 minutes : 482

35 to 39 minutes : 64

40 to 44 minutes : 71

45 to 59 minutes : 277

60 to 89 minutes : 185

90 or more minutes : 131


(updated 2009)



Social Security Income In The Past 12 Months For Households
(Sevier County, Arkansas)

With Social Security income : 1,917

No Social Security income : 3,857


(updated 2009)



Retirement Income In The Past 12 Months For Households
(Sevier County, Arkansas)

With retirement income : 984

No retirement income : 4,790


(updated 2009)



Family Income (Annual)
(Sevier County, Arkansas)

Less than $10,000 : 173

$10,000 to $14,999 : 113

$15,000 to $19,999 : 612

$20,000 to $24,999 : 215

$25,000 to $29,999 : 287

$30,000 to $34,999 : 387

$35,000 to $39,999 : 322

$40,000 to $44,999 : 290

$45,000 to $49,999 : 169

$50,000 to $59,999 : 471

$60,000 to $74,999 : 408

$75,000 to $99,999 : 327

$100,000 to $124,999 : 214

$125,000 to $149,999 : 28

$150,000 to $199,999 : 118

$200,000 or more : 33


(updated 2009)



Median Family Income (Annual)
(Sevier County, Arkansas)

Median family income in the past 12 months (in 2009 inflation-adjusted dollars) : $39,703


(updated 2009)



Occupations in Sevier County, Arkansas

Male:


  • Management, Professional, And Related Occupations: 672  (17.0%)
  • Service Occupations: 425  (10.7%)
  • Sales And Office Occupations: 380  (9.6%)
  • Farming, Fishing, And Forestry Occupations 275  (6.9%)
  • Construction, Extraction, And Maintenance Occupations: 719  (18.2%)

Female:


  • Management, Professional, And Related Occupations: 744  (26.4%)
  • Service Occupations: 509  (18.1%)
  • Sales And Office Occupations: 855  (30.4%)
  • Farming, Fishing, And Forestry Occupations 54  (1.9%)
  • Construction, Extraction, And Maintenance Occupations: 41  (1.5%)


(updated 2010)





Employment Rate In Sevier County, Arkansas

Employed: 7,380
Unemployed: 324



Minority Owned Firms of 100 or More in
Sevier County, Arkansas

  • Total Black-owned firms of 100 or more, percent 2002: 0.0%
  • Total American Indian-and Alaska Native-owned firms of 100 or more, percent 2002: 0.0%
  • Total Asian-owned firms of 100 or more, percent 2002: 0.0%
  • Total Hispanic-owned firms of 100 or more, percent 2002: 0.0%
  • Total Native Hawaiian-and Other Pacific Islander-owned firms of 100 or more, percent 2002: 0.0%
  • Total women-owned firms of 100 or more, percent 2002: 22.3%
  • Other: 77.7%



Water Usage In Sevier County, Arkansas

Ground Water

 
Fresh 1.91 Mgal/d
Saline 0.00 Mgal/d

Total 1.91 Mgal/d
 

Surface Water

 
Fresh 2.66 Mgal/d
Saline 0.00 Mgal/d

Total 2.66 Mgal/d





There are 579 Farms In Sevier County, Arkansas


(updated 2008)



Banks In Sevier County, Arkansas

First State Bank Of Dequeen - 3 Branches


    Bank Assets: $605.6k
    Industry Specialization: Agricultural
    Total Offices: 6

Diamond Bank - 1 Branches


    Bank Assets: $452.9k
    Industry Specialization: Agricultural
    Total Offices: 12

Horatio State Bank - 1 Branches


    Bank Assets: $144.2k
    Industry Specialization: Consumer Lending
    Total Offices: 1

First National Bank - 1 Branches


    Bank Assets: $607k
    Industry Specialization: Commercial Lending
    Total Offices: 191

Arkansas County Bank - 1 Branches


    Bank Assets: $175.8k
    Industry Specialization: Agricultural
    Total Offices: 3

Bancorpsouth Bank - 1 Branches


    Bank Assets: $12.9m
    Industry Specialization: Commercial Lending
    Total Offices: 259

(updated 2014)







Airports Near Sevier County, Arkansas

  • Mena Intermountain Municipal


    (about 36.7 miles in Mena, Arkansas; Airport Code: XXX)

  • Intermountain Regional


    (about 36.9 miles in Mena, Arkansas; Airport Code: XXX)

  • Texarkana Muni/Webb Field


    (about 41.8 miles in Texarkana, Arkansas; Airport Code: TXK)

  • Texarkana Regional-Webb Field


    (about 41.8 miles in Texarkana, Arkansas; Airport Code: TXK)

  • Robert S Kerr


    (about 72.4 miles in Poteau, Oklahoma; Airport Code: RKR)

  • Cox Field


    (about 73.0 miles in Paris, Texas; Airport Code: PRX)

  • Mount Pleasant Municipal


    (about 73.8 miles in Mount Pleasant, Texas; Airport Code: MPS)

  • Memorial Field


    (about 73.9 miles in Hot Springs, Arkansas; Airport Code: HOT)

  • Antlers Municipal


    (about 80.3 miles in Antlers, Oklahoma; Airport Code: ATE)

  • Harrell Field


    (about 90.4 miles in Camden, Arkansas; Airport Code: CDH)

  • Fort Smith Regional


    (about 91.4 miles in Fort Smith, Arkansas; Airport Code: FSM)

  • Sulphur Springs Municipal


    (about 98.1 miles in Sulphur Springs, Texas; Airport Code: SLR)

  • El Dorado Airport


    (about 99.8 miles in Smackover, Arkansas; Airport Code: ELD)

  • Goodwin Field


    (about 99.8 miles in Smackover, Arkansas; Airport Code: ELD)

  • South Arkansas Regional at Goodwin Field


    (about 99.9 miles in Smackover, Arkansas; Airport Code: ELD)


(updated 2015)



Modes of Transportation in Sevier County, Arkansas

Car, Truck, Or Van:

 

Drove Alone

73.05%

Carpooled

21.06%

Public Transportation:

 

Bus Or Trolley Bus

0.13%

Streetcar Or Trolley Car

0.0%

Subway Or Elevated

0.0%

Railroad

0.0%

Ferryboat

0.0%

Taxicab

0.0%

Motorcycle

0.22%

Bicycle

0.0%

Walked

1.36%

Other Means

1.33%

Worked At Home

2.84%



(updated 2010)





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Housing Analysis

Everyone needs shelter in rented housing or individually owned homes. Each community, including Sevier County, Arkansas, is different from the rest based on overall architecture, appearance, occupancy, average housing square footage, average home value, and average home age.



(updated 2010)



Household Type
(Sevier County, Arkansas)

Family households:

Married-couple family : 3,145

Other family:

Male householder, no wife present : 442

Female householder, no husband present : 580

Nonfamily households:

Householder living alone : 1,447

Householder not living alone : 160


(updated 2009)



Unmarried-Partner Households By Sex Of Partner
(Sevier County, Arkansas)

Unmarried-partner households:

Male householder and male partner : 0

Male householder and female partner : 222

Female householder and female partner : 10

Female householder and male partner : 47

All other households : 5,495


(updated 2009)



Household Type By Tenure
(Sevier County, Arkansas)

Family households:

Married-couple family:

Owner-occupied housing units : 2,781

Renter-occupied housing units : 364

Other family:

Male householder, no wife present:

Owner-occupied housing units : 255

Renter-occupied housing units : 187

Female householder, no husband present:

Owner-occupied housing units : 349

Renter-occupied housing units : 231

Nonfamily households:

Owner-occupied housing units : 1,034

Renter-occupied housing units : 573


(updated 2009)



Household Income (Annual)
(Sevier County, Arkansas)

Less than $10,000 : 572

$10,000 to $14,999 : 379

$15,000 to $19,999 : 726

$20,000 to $24,999 : 402

$25,000 to $29,999 : 405

$30,000 to $34,999 : 502

$35,000 to $39,999 : 433

$40,000 to $44,999 : 414

$45,000 to $49,999 : 201

$50,000 to $59,999 : 515

$60,000 to $74,999 : 486

$75,000 to $99,999 : 335

$100,000 to $124,999 : 214

$125,000 to $149,999 : 29

$150,000 to $199,999 : 118

$200,000 or more : 43


(updated 2009)



Housing Units
(Sevier County, Arkansas)

Total : 6,692


(updated 2009)



Occupancy Status
(Sevier County, Arkansas)

Occupied : 5,774

Vacant : 918


(updated 2009)



Median Number Of Rooms
(Sevier County, Arkansas)

Median number of rooms : 5


(updated 2009)



Year Structure Built
(Sevier County, Arkansas)

Built 2005 or later : 109

Built 2000 to 2004 : 467

Built 1990 to 1999 : 1,141

Built 1980 to 1989 : 1,246

Built 1970 to 1979 : 1,376

Built 1960 to 1969 : 1,018

Built 1950 to 1959 : 538

Built 1940 to 1949 : 357

Built 1939 or earlier : 440


(updated 2009)



House Heating Fuel
(Sevier County, Arkansas)

Utility gas : 1,642

Bottled, tank, or LP gas : 413

Electricity : 3,486

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. : 8

Coal or coke : 0

Wood : 217

Solar energy : 0

Other fuel : 8

No fuel used : 0


(updated 2009)



House Value
(Sevier County, Arkansas)

Less than $10,000 : 201

$10,000 to $14,999 : 127

$15,000 to $19,999 : 92

$20,000 to $24,999 : 185

$25,000 to $29,999 : 112

$30,000 to $34,999 : 187

$35,000 to $39,999 : 196

$40,000 to $49,999 : 346

$50,000 to $59,999 : 247

$60,000 to $69,999 : 429

$70,000 to $79,999 : 453

$80,000 to $89,999 : 272

$90,000 to $99,999 : 306

$100,000 to $124,999 : 396

$125,000 to $149,999 : 291

$150,000 to $174,999 : 181

$175,000 to $199,999 : 140

$200,000 to $249,999 : 37

$250,000 to $299,999 : 85

$300,000 to $399,999 : 62

$400,000 to $499,999 : 6

$500,000 to $749,999 : 27

$750,000 to $999,999 : 27

$1,000,000 or more : 14


(updated 2009)



Mortgage Status
(Sevier County, Arkansas)

Housing units with a mortgage, contract to purchase, or similar debt:

With either a second mortgage or home equity loan, but not both:

Second mortgage only : 63

Home equity loan only : 113

Both second mortgage and home equity loan : 0

No second mortgage and no home equity loan : 2,412

Housing units without a mortgage : 1,831


(updated 2009)



Median Value By Year Structure Built
(Sevier County, Arkansas)

Built 2005 or later : $98,900

Built 2000 to 2004 : $100,000

Built 1990 to 1999 : $65,500

Built 1980 to 1989 : $78,700

Built 1970 to 1979 : $81,000

Built 1960 to 1969 : $73,800

Built 1950 to 1959 : $40,200

Built 1940 to 1949 : $71,600

Built 1939 or earlier : $61,100


(updated 2009)







Percentage of Family Households in Sevier County, Arkansas: 73.6%

Percentage of Family Households in Arkansas: 67.6%


(updated 2010)



Building Permits in Sevier County, Arkansas

* Units are useful in showing how many separate living spaces
were built. e.g. apartments, townhomes, condos, etc.

    Buildings Units Cost
1999        
  Single Family 9 9 $358,000
  Two Family 0 0 $0
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

9 9 $358,000
2000        
  Single Family 7 7 $530,500
  Two Family 0 0 $0
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

7 7 $530,500
2001        
  Single Family 3 3 $155,000
  Two Family 0 0 $0
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

3 3 $155,000
2002        
  Single Family 5 5 $333,243
  Two Family 0 0 $0
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

5 5 $333,243
2003        
  Single Family 2 2 $199,842
  Two Family 0 0 $0
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

2 2 $199,842
2004        
  Single Family 0 0 $0
  Two Family 0 0 $0
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

0 0 $0
2005        
  Single Family 10 10 $750,000
  Two Family 0 0 $0
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

10 10 $750,000
2006        
  Single Family 13 13 $904,000
  Two Family 0 0 $0
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

13 13 $904,000


(updated 2007)



Median Household Income In 2000 (Sevier County, AR): $30,144
Median Household Income In 2000 (Arkansas): $32,182


(updated 2010)



Median House/Condo Value in 2000 (Sevier County): $50,400
Median House/Condo Value in 2000 (Arkansas): $67,400


(updated 2010)



Most Commonly Used Heating Fuel in Sevier County, Arkansas

Utility Gas: 32.0%
Bottled, Tank, Or Lp Gas: 14.4%
Electricity: 44.4%
Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Etc.: 0.0%
Coal Or Coke: 0.0%
Wood: 8.7%
Solar Energy: 0.0%
Other Fuel: 0.1%
No Fuel Used: 0.4%


(updated 2010)





(updated 2010)





Population in Group Quarters in Sevier County, Arkansas

Institutionalized population


  • Correctional facilities for adults : 16.76%
  • Nursing facilities/Skilled-nursing facilities : 83.24%


(updated 2010)







Median Gross Rent in 2000 (Sevier County): $398
Median Gross Rent in 2000 (Arkansas): $453
Fair Market Rent in 2007 (Sevier County): $538


(updated 2010)



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Government Analysis

People run the government through election of representatives and officials. Local governments are important to provide cohesion between individuals who must share public places. Worthwhile laws need to be debated, passed, and then enforced for a community to remain viable. Communities such as Sevier County, Arkansas are often affected in positive and negative ways by government performance.



Health Care Centers Close To Sevier County, Arkansas

De Queen Hha, Inc


     Address: 109 Town North Professional Building, De Queen, Arkansas 71832
     Ownership: Proprietary
     Certified Date: 11/17/1982

Sevier County Health Unit


     Address: 304 North Fourth Street, De Queen, Arkansas 71832
     Ownership: Government - State/county
     Certified Date: 7/1/1972

Hmh Home Health Service


     Address: 900 West Leslie, Suite 4, Nashville, Arkansas 71852
     Ownership: Voluntary Non Profit - Private
     Certified Date: 10/8/1992

Howard County Health Unit


     Address: 201 East Hempstead Suite 2, Nashville, Arkansas 71852
     Ownership: Government - State/county
     Certified Date: 7/1/1966

Little River Co Health Unit


     Address: 150 Keller, Ashdown, Arkansas 71822
     Ownership: Government - State/county
     Certified Date: 4/3/1974

Hospitals Close To Sevier County, Arkansas

"de Queen Medical Center, Inc"


     Address: 1306 West Collin Raye Drive, De Queen, Arkansas 71832
     Hospital Type: Critical Access Hospitals
     Ownership: Voluntary Non-profit - Private

Howard Memorial Hospital


     Address: 800 West Leslie, Nashville, Arkansas 71852
     Hospital Type: Critical Access Hospitals
     Ownership: Voluntary Non-profit - Other

Mccurtain Memorial Hospital


     Address: 1301 Lincoln Road, Idabel, Oklahoma 74745
     Hospital Type: Acute Care Hospitals
     Ownership: Proprietary

Mena Medical Center


     Address: 311 North Morrow Street, Mena, Arkansas 71953
     Hospital Type: Acute Care Hospitals
     Ownership: Government - Local

Pike County Memorial Hospital


     Address: "315 E 13th St, Po Box F", Murfreesboro, Arkansas 71958
     Hospital Type: Acute Care Hospitals
     Ownership: Government - Local

Nursing Homes Close To Sevier County, Arkansas

Brookewood Nursing And Rehab


     Address: 322 West Collin Raye Drive, De Queen, Arkansas 71832
     Ownership: For Profit - Partnership
     Number of Residents: 70
     Percent Occupied: 67%

Crystal Falls Healthcare, Llc


     Address: 1206 West Collin Raye Drive, De Queen, Arkansas 71832
     Ownership: For Profit - Partnership
     Number of Residents: 59
     Percent Occupied: 56%

Mine Creek Healthcare Center


     Address: 1407 North Main Street, Nashville, Arkansas 71852
     Ownership: For Profit - Corporation
     Number of Residents: 51
     Percent Occupied: 65%

Nashville Nursing And Rehab, Inc


     Address: 810 North 8th St, Nashville, Arkansas 71852
     Ownership: For Profit - Corporation
     Number of Residents: 64
     Percent Occupied: 91%

Dierks Health & Rehab Center


     Address: 402 S Arkansas Avenue, Dierks, Arkansas 71833
     Ownership: For Profit - Corporation
     Number of Residents: 41
     Percent Occupied: 59%



Closest Nuclear Power Plant To
Sevier County, Arkansas

Name: Arkansas Nuclear
Address: 1448 SR 333; Russellville, AR 72801
Distance: 108 Miles


(updated 2007)



Social Security Users in Sevier County, Arkansas

    Retired Workers: 1,625
    Disabled Workers: 490
    Widowers Workers: 335
    Spouses Workers: 155
    Children Workers: 270


(updated 2007)



Sevier County, Arkansas Presidential Election

  • Kerry & Edwards 44.23%
  • Bush & Cheney 54.68%
  • Other 1.08%



(updated 2004)



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Taxes Analysis

Using tax dollars, government officials keep public places in repair, protect citizens, and provide for important services for the benefit of Sevier County, Arkansas citizens.

Relocation to Sevier County, AR

5.35 % of Sevier County tax filers migrated from different counties or other nations outside the United States between 2005 and 2006. Their adjusted gross income average was $27,298

Arkansas Average 7.98 %

10 or fewer residents relocated from other nations

Lead counties where tax filers migrated to Sevier County, AR (2005 / 2006) from a different county are as follows:

  • Mccurtain County , OK 0.54 % ($22,840 AGI )
  • Howard County , AR 0.47 % ($25,364 AGI )
  • Polk County , AR 0.45 % ($22,000 AGI )
  • Miller County , AR 0.37 % ($69,882 AGI )
  • Little River County , AR 0.34 % ($19,563 AGI )

Relocation away from Sevier County, AR

6.99 % of Sevier County tax filers migrated to different counties or other nations outside the United States between 2005 and 2006. This group's adjusted gross income averaged $30,658

Arkansas Average 7.29 %

10 or fewer residents relocated to other nations

Lead counties where tax filers moved from Sevier County, AR (2005 / 2006) to a different county are as follows:

  • Little River County , AR 0.57 % ($18,148 AGI )
  • Howard County , AR 0.53 % ($23,960 AGI )
  • Polk County , AR 0.53 % ($22,440 AGI )
  • Miller County , AR 0.49 % ($23,522 AGI )
  • Mccurtain County , OK 0.49 % ($20,696 AGI )
  • Bowie County , TX 0.34 % ($17,813 AGI )
  • Faulkner County , AR 0.21 % ($38,300 AGI )
  • Washington County , AR 0.21 % ($30,500 AGI )


(updated 2006)



Income Tax Rates in Arkansas

Low Bracket: $3,699 (1.00%)
High Bracket: $31,000 (7.00%)


(updated 2008)



Sales Tax Rates in Arkansas

6.00%


(updated 2008)



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Weather Analysis

The enjoyment of the area in which you live is often affected by the weather. Each individual has a different view on what weather patterns will make them most happy. Some people love the seasons, others enjoy warm temperatures throughout the year while others may love the snow. The weather provided for Sevier County, Arkansas is based on over 50 years of data.

Tornado Information For Sevier County, Arkansas


On 05/20/1990, a tornado touched down 3.95 miles from the center of Sevier County, Arkansas. The tornado was rated a category 0 . There were 0 injuries and 0 fatalities.

On 11/20/1973, a tornado touched down 5.07 miles from the center of Sevier County, Arkansas. The tornado was rated a category 2 . There were 6 injuries and 0 fatalities. Damages ranged from $50,000-$500,000.

On 04/02/1982, a tornado touched down 6.07 miles from the center of Sevier County, Arkansas. The tornado was rated a category 4 . There were 23 injuries and 3 fatalities. Damages ranged from $500,000 to $5,000,000.

On 04/11/1980, a tornado touched down 6.22 miles from the center of Sevier County, Arkansas. The tornado was rated a category 0 . There were 0 injuries and 0 fatalities.

On 03/09/2006, a tornado touched down 6.62 miles from the center of Sevier County, Arkansas. The tornado was rated a category 0 . There were 0 injuries and 0 fatalities.



Storms In Sevier County, Arkansas

  Fatalities Injuries Property
Damage
Crop
Damage
Flooding        
10/09/1993, 12:30 am 0 0 $5K --
10/08/1993, 10:30 pm 0 0 $5K --
10/08/1993, 10:25 pm 0 0 $50K --
01/04/1993, 09:25 am 0 0 $50K --
01/01/1902, 12:00 am 0 0 $5K --
         
Hail        
05/27/2001, 08:55 pm 0 0 $1K --
         
Lightning        
04/05/2005, 08:38 pm 0 0 $125K --
04/14/1996, 12:50 am 0 0 $5K --
10/21/1994, 06:30 am 0 0 $5K --
01/23/1993, 08:30 pm 0 0 $50K --
         
Thunderstorm Wind        
05/30/2007, 10:00 am 0 0 $22K --
11/01/2004, 04:45 am 0 0 $90K --
09/02/2000, 02:30 pm 0 0 $2M --
11/05/1994, 02:00 am 0 0 $5K --
07/14/1994, 05:30 pm 0 0 $5K --
06/10/1994, 06:43 am 0 0 $50K --
06/09/1994, 09:20 am 0 0 $5K --
05/14/1994, 10:45 pm 0 0 $5K --
05/07/1994, 09:40 am 0 0 $5K --
04/25/1994, 09:20 pm 0 0 $50K --
10/08/1993, 09:27 pm 0 0 $5K --
08/21/1993, 03:20 pm 0 0 $50K --
08/21/1993, 03:00 pm 0 0 $5K --
08/03/1993, 04:30 pm 0 0 $5K --
08/03/1993, 04:25 pm 0 0 $5K --
08/02/1993, 01:45 pm 0 0 $50K --
05/09/1993, 06:12 pm 0 0 $5K --
01/23/1993, 08:40 pm 0 0 $50K --
01/01/1919, 12:00 am 0 0 $5K --
         
Wind        
04/14/1993, 09:40 am 0 0 $50K --
         



Tornados In Sevier County, Arkansas

    Length Width F-Scale Fatalities Injuries Property
Damage
Crop
Damage

Tornado

  2006-09-21 2 40 1 0 0 -- --
  1999-03-05 8 200 2 0 0 -- --
  1998-06-04 21 250 1 0 0 -- --
  1990-05-20 1 50 -- 0 0 -- --
  1984-10-31 -- 3 1 0 0 $25K --
  1982-05-14 -- 17 -- 0 0 -- --
  1980-04-11 -- 27 -- 0 0 -- --
  1979-04-11 20 440 2 0 17 $3M --
  1979-04-11 10 440 2 0 0 $250K --
  1979-04-11 12 440 2 0 3 $250K --
  1973-11-20 6 100 2 0 6 $250K --
  1971-02-04 1 220 1 0 0 $3K --
  1957-04-02 11 880 1 0 0 $25K --
  1953-04-23 1 17 2 1 14 -- --



Hurricanes And Storms In Sevier County, Arkansas

  • Tropical Depression: BONNIE - June 1986 - Wind Speed: 20 Knots



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Crime Analysis

Everyone wants to feel safe. Individuals and families want to remain protected from violent or property crime. The crime data should not be totally relied upon when making a decision on where to live. If you are concerned, visit Sevier County, Arkansas directly or research local government web sites.

Number of Sex Offenders In Arkansas

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
5,864 6,426 7,612 8,099 9,219 10,151 8,996 11,474 12,919 13,813


(updated 2014)



Jails in Sevier County, Arkansas


  • Sevier County Jail


    Courthouse, De Queen, AR 71832
    Confined: 22
    Avg. Population: 21


(updated 2006)



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