North Slope County Information

North Slope in Alaska occupies 94,763 square miles and has a 2006 population of 6,608, a change from a 2000 population of 7,385 and 5,986 in 1990. 18% percent of the population is between the ages of 15 and 24, 8.7% percent is 25-35, and 13.8% percent of the population is 35 to 44.

There were 55 acts of violent crime reported in North Slope in 2004, a change from 54 reports of violent crime in 2000.

The unemployed population in 2006 was 289 people: 7% percent. This was a change from the unemployment rate in 2000 of 8.2%.

Read more about North Slope, Alaska in the Wikipedia entry.

General Information
CountyNorth Slope 
StateAlaska 
Land Area94,763 sq. milesRanked 2 of 3,140
Population 20066,608Ranked 2,718 of 3,140
Population 20056,790 
Population 20007,385Ranked 2,650 of 3,140
Population 19905,986Ranked 2,760 of 3,140
Race BreakdownPercentage
Caucasion15.7% 
African American1.1% 
Asian American6.4% 
Native American72% 
Pacific Islander.8% 
Age BreakdownPercentage
Population Under 512.4% 
Population 5 to 1418.7% 
Population 15 to 2418% 
Population 25 to 348.7% 
Population 35 to 4413.8% 
Population 45 to 5414.7% 
Population 55 to 648.5% 
Population 65 to 742.9% 
Population 75 and up2.2% 
Crime Counts20042000
Total Violent Crimes5554
Murders / Manslaughters1 
Forcible Rapes11 
Robberies4 
Aggravated Assaults39 
Total Property Crimes195216
Burglaries94 
Larceny Thefts75 
Motor Vehicle Thefts26 
Employment Data20062000
Labor Population4,1243,396
Unemployed Population289278
Unemployment Rate7%8.2%

North Slope County Cities