Kay County, Oklahoma

Kay County: County in Oklahoma, United States

About

Kay County is a county located in the U.S. state of Oklahoma. As of the 2010 census, the population was 46,562 and a population density of 19 people per km². After 10 years in 2020 county had an estimated population of 43,274 inhabitants. Its county seat is Newkirk. The county was created 127 years ago in 1894.

Quick Facts about Kay County

Population : 43,274 (2020)
Country : United States of America
State : Oklahoma (United States)
Area : 2448 km2
Water as percent of area : 2.7%
Land as percent of area : 97.3%
Named for : K
Altitude : 1,079 feet / 329 meters
Capital : Newkirk
Establishment : January 01, 1895
Time Zone : America/Chicago
Local time : 06:46:32 (30th November 2022)
Density : 18 Pop. per km² as of 2020
Population growth : -7.6% (2010-2020)
Kay County locator map
Location of Kay County on Oklahoma map.
Kay County Oklahoma Courthouse by Smallchief image
Kay County Oklahoma Courthouse by Smallchief
Kay County Oklahoma Courthouse by Smallchief image

Geography

Kay County is located at 36°49'5"N 97°8'38"W (36.8180100, -97.1439200). It has 4 neighbors: Cowley County, Grant County, Noble County and Osage County.

Kay County map

The largest city of Kay County is Ponca City with a population of 23,660. Other cities include, Blackwell population 6,526, Tonkawa population 2,958 and Kaw City population 367. See all Kay County cities & populated places.

Kay County Populated Places

Cities, Towns, Neighborhoods & Other Populated Places in Kay County.

City Name Population Title
Ponca City 23,660 City in Oklahoma, United States
Blackwell 6,526 City in Kay County, Oklahoma, United States
Tonkawa 2,958 City in Kay County, Oklahoma, United States of America
Newkirk 2,162 Town in Oklahoma
Kaw City 367 Human settlement in Kay County, Oklahoma, United States of America
Braman 202 Town in Kay County, Oklahoma, United States
Kildare 94 Town in Kay County, Oklahoma, United States

Kay County has 4 neighbours.

  • Newkirk

Demographics

According to census records, the population of Kay County decreased by 7.6% in 10 years.

Year Population % Change Method
2010 46,562 - census
2011 45,847 -1.56% estimation process
2012 45,684 -0.36% estimation process
2013 45,541 -0.31% estimation process
2014 45,451 -0.2% estimation process
2015 45,226 -0.5% estimation process
2016 44,901 -0.72% estimation process
2017 44,403 -1.12% estimation process
2018 43,944 -1.04% estimation process
2019 43,538 -0.93% estimation process
2020 43,274 -0.61% estimation process

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People born in Kay County (2)

People born in Kay County, including Olympic wrestler Ross Flood, politician Jim Reese, .

List

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Oklahoma County 804,041 County in Oklahoma, United States
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Tulsa 403,166 County seat of Tulsa County, Oklahoma, United States
Cleveland County 287,066 County in North Carolina, United States
Canadian County 153,192 County in Oklahoma, United States
Norman 125,762 City in Oklahoma, United States of America
Comanche County 121,099 County in Oklahoma, United States
Broken Arrow 111,648 City in Oklahoma, United States of America
Edmond 95,346 City in Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, United States
Lawton 93,164 City in Oklahoma
Rogers County 93,155 County in Oklahoma, United States
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Payne County 81,755 County in Oklahoma, United States
Pottawatomie County 72,998 County in Oklahoma, United States
Creek County 71,485 County in Oklahoma, United States