All Archuleta County population data above are from the US Census Bureau except for the population projection data, which are from the Colorado Department of Local Affairs. Population Forecasts - years (2000 to 2040). Released October 2013. Downloaded March 2014.
With 12,244 people, Archuleta County is the 35th most populated county in the state of Colorado out of 64 counties. But watch out, Archuleta County, because Prowers County with 12,034 people and Rio Grande County with 11,607 people are right behind you.
The largest Archuleta County racial/ethnic groups are White (78.0%) followed by Hispanic (18.0%) and American Indian (2.1%).
In 2013, the median household income of Archuleta County residents was $48,933. Archuleta County households made slightly more than Mineral County households ($47,083) and Morgan County households ($46,793) . However, 9.7% of Archuleta County residents live in poverty.
The median age for Archuleta County residents is 47.8 years young.
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