Cimarron County, OK

Population 2,451

Cimarron County, OK Neighborhood Report


School Rating is Above average
  • No High School Diploma: 15.5%
  • High School Graduate or Higher: 64.7%
  • Bachelor's Degree or Higher: 19.8%

Registered Offenders

29.74% Lower than national avg.

Environmental Hazards

48 Found nearby


Low 1.4%

Property Values

Median Property Value $0

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7 Public Schools view public schools

There are 7 K-12 public schools in Cimarron County, OK and 0 private schools. Homefacts rates Cimarron County's schools as Above average, with an overall B- rating.

0 Colleges & Universities view all colleges & universities

  • We're sorry! No colleges & universities found in our database

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Crime view details

2 Registered Offenders search the registered offender database

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Crime Index

0 Former Drug Labs view all

  • Good news! No Drug lab found in Cimarron County, OK

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Property Report Overview

Average Listing Price
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Median Sales Price
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Median Home Value

Housing Inventory

Property Type
  • Vacant
  • Rented
  • Owned

Fair Market Rents

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  • Property Type Rent
  • Studio: $574
  • 1 Bedroom: $578
  • 2 Bedrooms: $740
  • 3 Bedrooms: $1,051
  • 4 Bedrooms: $1,185

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Environmental Hazards

48 Environmental Hazards

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  • Tanks & Spills
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Health Hazards

  • Air Quality HAZARDOUS (0/0)
    Cimarron County, OK has 0% good air quality.
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  • Radon ZONE 2 COUNTY
    Cimarron County, OK is a yellow zone.
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  • UV Index HIGH 6.4 Average
    Cimarron County, OK is a high risk area for ultra-violet rays.
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Average Monthly Temperature

  • January 33.2°
  • February 34.68°
  • March 44.77°
  • April 51.7°
  • May 61.6°
  • June 73.86°
  • July 78.33°
  • August 76.92°
  • September 67.56°
  • October 54.03°
  • November 44.25°
  • December 32.76°

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Natural Disasters

Probability of Natural Disasters for Cimarron County, OK

Cimarron County, OK has a very low risk of earthquakes.
Cimarron County, OK has no risk of hurricanes.
Cimarron County, OK has a moderate risk of hail storms.
Cimarron County, OK has a low risk of tornadoes.

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Median Household Income

Median Household Income in Cimarron County, OK: $44,550


Unemployment in Cimarron County is 1.4%. It is lower than the state and national averages, 3.4% and 7.7% respectively

Workforce Breakdown

Blue Collar - 45.91%
White Collar - 54.09%


State Representatives

  • Gov. Mary Fallin
  • Sen. James M. Inhofe
  • Sen. James Lankford

Neighborhood Info

1 Airport view all

Nearest Major Airports

18 FCC Towers view all

1 Hospital view all

1 Library view all

3 Police Stations view all

0 Retirement Homes view all

  • No retirement homes found in Cimarron County, OK
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