Logan County is a regional hub for 70,000 people on the High Plains of Colorado. Our diversified economy brings in over a billion dollars a year in sales from agriculture, retail, health care and professional services.
Logan County’s 2015 Economic Base Analysis noted 25% payments came from agriculture, 20% from regional services and 19% from government. Other segments include retirees, manufacturing, mining and tourism.
2017 Logan County Demographic Profile
|Logan County Key Data||Demographics
|Logan County Population||22,306||Under 20 years||22.4%|
|City of Sterling Population||14,101||20 to 39 years||30.1%|
|Median Household Income||$43,300||40 to 59 years||25.6%|
|Natural Resources / Mining Weekly Wage||$1,037||60 to 79 years||17%|
|Manufacturing Weekly Wage||$ 786||80 years and over||4.9%|
|June 2018 Open Jobs||247||High school grad or more||89.3%|
|June 2018 Average Rental||$900||Bachelor’s degree or higher||16.7%|
|June 2018 Average Home Price||$166,916|
|Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, CO Demography Office, EMSI, CO Dept of Labor, IRIS, Trulia|