Bristol Bay Borough, Alaska
Bristol Bay Borough is a borough (district) in the state of Alaska to the United States of America. Administrative headquarters of the borough is Naknek on the eponymous Bristol Bay. At the census in 2010 997 inhabitants were counted.
- 2.1 Data from the 2005
- 2.2 Data from the 2000
The Borough has an area of 2,299 square kilometers; which are square miles of land and 991 square miles ( 43.12 percent) of water.
Bristol Bay Borough has only one neighboring Borough Lake and Peninsula Borough.
Currently (February 2007 ) is only a small part of the data of the 2005 census available. It is therefore resorted to the data from the year 2000.
Data from the 2005
According to the Census 2005 (2000) were 1.112 ( 1.258 ) and 969 persons (979) housing units counted.
Broken down by race, there is a breakdown of 57.6 percent ( 52.54 percent) whites, 41.4 percent ( 43.72 percent) Native American and 1 percent ( 4.74 percent ) others.
30.9 percent ( 38.2 percent ) of the population was over 65 years old under 18 and 5.9 percent (3.8 percent).
Data from the 2000
Of the 490 households 38.2 percent had children under the age of 18, 49.2 percent were married ( and living together ). The average household size was 2.57 and the average family size is 3.33. The average age was 36 years in 2000. In 100 women (over 18) 125.6 males.
Cities and towns
- King Salmon
- South Naknek