With a total 2,091.82 sq. km of land and water area, Pulaski County, Arkansas is the 1156th largest county equivalent area in the United States. Home to 392,702 people, Pulaski County has a total 179845 households earning 46013 on average per year.
Pulaski County, Arkansas offers the following attractions to visitors: Old State House (Little Rock), Bill Clinton Library Museum, Little Rock Central High School NHS
Pulaski County, Arkansas - Quick Facts
|Major Cities||Little Rock (population: 218,015), North Little Rock (population: 70,493), Jacksonville (population: 38,612), Sherwood (population: 32,146), Maumelle (population: 21,617), Roland (population: 2,665), Scott (population: 2,546), Wrightsville (population: 839), Little Rock AFB (population: 625), College Station (population: 352)|
|Land Area||151,623 sq miles|
|Water Area||759 sq miles|
|Median Home Value||$140,500|
|High School Grads||89% of population|
|Holders of Bachelors Degrees||31% of population|
|Retail Spending||$16,435 per capita|
|Food & Accomodation Sales||$809,950 per capita|
|Universities and Colleges||University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Arkansas Baptist College|
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