Demographics

Rogers and Lowell are two of the fastest growing parts of Arkansas and have experienced tremendous growth over the past 20 years. Rogers is the 8th largest city in Arkansas and Lowell has nearly doubled in size in the last 10 years. Here is a look at some of the demographic information for Rogers, Lowell, and the Northwest Arkansas Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA).


2010 Census Households Family Non-Family Avg per household
Rogers 19,675 14,000 5,675 2.82
  100% 71.20% 28.80%  
Lowell 2,677 1,869 808 2.74
  100% 69.80% 30.20%  
2010 Census Total
Housing Units
Occupied
Housing
Owner
Occupied
Renter
Occupied
Vacant
Housing Units
Rogers 22,022 19,675 11,655 8,020 2,347
  100% 89.30% 59.20% 40.80% 10.70%
Lowell 2,867 2,677 1,745 932 190
  100% 93.40% 65.20% 34.80% 6.60%
% population by age
2010 Census Population 18-24 25-34 35-49 50+
MSA 463,204 10.90% 15.00% 19.90% 27.30%
Rogers 55,964 9.40% 15.20% 21.50% 23.70%
Fayetteville 73,580 23% 18.60% 16% 20.80%
Springdale 69,797 9.90% 16.50% 19.40% 21.90%
Arkansas 2,915,918 9.60% 12.90% 19.60% 33.40%