Lake and Peninsula County Information

Lake and Peninsula in Alaska occupies 30,907 square miles and has a 2006 population of 1,548, a change from a 2000 population of 1,823 and 1,666 in 1990. 20.4% percent of the population is between the ages of 15 and 24, 6.2% percent is 25-35, and 13.5% percent of the population is 35 to 44.

There were acts of violent crime reported in Lake and Peninsula in 2004, a change from reports of violent crime in 2000.

The unemployed population in 2006 was 66 people: 6.2% percent. This was a change from the unemployment rate in 2000 of 5.1%.

Read more about Lake and Peninsula, Alaska in the Wikipedia entry.

General Information
CountyLake and Peninsula 
StateAlaska 
Land Area30,907 sq. milesRanked 6 of 3,140
Population 20061,548Ranked 3,082 of 3,140
Population 20051,578 
Population 20001,823Ranked 3,078 of 3,140
Population 19901,666Ranked 3,088 of 3,140
Race BreakdownPercentage
Caucasion23.4% 
African American% 
Asian American.2% 
Native American71.5% 
Pacific Islander.6% 
Age BreakdownPercentage
Population Under 56.5% 
Population 5 to 1418.7% 
Population 15 to 2420.4% 
Population 25 to 346.2% 
Population 35 to 4413.5% 
Population 45 to 5418.1% 
Population 55 to 649.7% 
Population 65 to 744.5% 
Population 75 and up2.4% 
Crime Counts20042000
Total Violent Crimes  
Murders / Manslaughters  
Forcible Rapes  
Robberies  
Aggravated Assaults  
Total Property Crimes  
Burglaries  
Larceny Thefts  
Motor Vehicle Thefts  
Employment Data20062000
Labor Population1,0731,034
Unemployed Population6653
Unemployment Rate6.2%5.1%

Lake and Peninsula County Cities