Yuma County, Colorado Basics:

Yuma County Colorado - Government Site

Population: 10,113
Area: 2364 square miles
County seat: Wray
Area code(s) in use: 970
Time zone: MST
High school graduate or higher: 86.3%
Bachelor's degree or higher: 17.4%
Median household income: $45,033
Persons in poverty: 10.7%
Home ownership rate: 66.7%
Mean travel time to work: 14.9 minutes

Adjacent counties:
Chase (NE)  Cheyenne (KS)  Dundy (NE)  Kit Carson  Logan  Phillips  Sherman (KS)  Washington  

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Map of the Yuma County area

Our detail map of Yuma County shows the Yuma County, Colorado boundary lines and other interesting items.

Places in Yuma County, Colorado

  Airports     show all on map

Bonny Dam Landing Strip, Dickson Landing Strip, Hill Airport, Idler Bro's Airport, Idlers Field Airport, Jackson Airfield, Koenig Airport, Lundvall Brothers Landing Field, M A and K A Dickson Airport, Stultz Landing Field, Whomble Airport, Wray Municipal Airport, Yuma Municipal Airport

  Buildings     show all on map

Eckley Volunteer Fire Department, Hale Volunteer Fire Department, Heartstrong Community Hall, Idalia Ambulance Service, Idalia Volunteer Fire Department, Joes Volunteer Fire Department, Kirk Volunteer Fire Department, South Y - W Ambulance, Vernon Volunteer Fire Department, Wages Volunteer Fire Department, Wauneta Volunteer Fire Department, Wray Ambulance Service, Wray Fire Department, Yuma Ambulance Service, Yuma County Sheriff's Office, Yuma Volunteer Fire Department

  Canals     show all on map

Haigler Canal, Hale Ditch, Hale Ditch Aqueduct, Laird Canal

  Cemeteries     show all on map

Armel Cemetery, Delto Cemetery, Downey Cemetery, Eckley Cemetery, Gilstrap Cemetery, Glendale Cemetery, Grandview Cemetery, Grave of Buffalo Hunter, Hanshaw Cemetery, Idler Family Cemetery, Joes Mennonite Church Cemetery, Jones Family Cemetery, Kirk Cemetery, Lansing Valley Cemetery, Long Family Cemetery, Lucas Memorial Cemetery, Mildred Cemetery, Olivet Cemetery, Pleasant Valley Methodist Church Cemetery, Saint Johns Evangelical Cemetery, Schlake Cemetery, Spring Valley Cemetery, Triangle Cemetery, Yuma Municipal Cemetery

  Census     show all on map

Idalia Census Designated Place, Joes Census Designated Place, Kirk Census Designated Place, Laird Census Designated Place, Vernon Census Designated Place

  Churches     show all on map

Armel Church, Buffalo Grass Church, Ford Church, Mennonite Brethren Church, Pleasant Valley Church, Saint John Church, Wages Church

  Dams     show all on map

Bonny Dam, Chester Wieser Erosion Control Dam Number 1, Chief Creek Number 4 Dam, Duck Dam, Kleweno Dam, O'Brien Number 1 Dam, Wray Watershed District Number 1 Dam, Wray Watershed District Number 3 Dam, Wray Watershed District Number 4 Dam, Wray Watershed District Number 5 Dam, Wray Watershed District Number 6 Dam

  Flats     show all on map

Whombles Meadow

  Gaps     show all on map

Antelope Gap

  Hospitals     show all on map

Wray Community District Hospital, Yuma District Hospital

  Locales     show all on map

Anderson Ranch, B 7 Ranch, Bethel Community Hall, Beverly Grove, Blach Brothers Ranch, Bowman Ranch, Buffalo Grass Hog Farm, Burr Ranch, Dunning Ranch, Fifty-Five Farms, Flattops Ranch, Hillside Ranch, Hines Ranch, Lansing Valley Ranch, M K Ranch, McCoy Ranch, McCoy Ranch, McCoy Ranch, Moellenberg Ranch, Mullin Ranch, Newbanks Farms, Noble Ranch, R L S Ranch, Red Willow Community Center, Royce Darling Memorial Golf Course, Schramm Feed Lot, Sharp Ranch, Thompson Ranch, Triple R Farms, Unger Feedyard, Willow Creek Ranch, Winger Ranch, Wingfield Ranch, Yuma County Landfill, Yuma Feedlot, Yuma Siding

  Parks     show all on map

Beecher Island Battlefield Monument, Bonny State Recreation Area, South Republican Management Area

  Populated Places     show all on map

Abarr, Alvin, Armel, Beecher Island, Clarkville, Eckley, Hale, Heartstrong, Idalia, Joes, Kirk, Laird, Robb, Schramm, Vernon, Wauneta, Wray, Yuma

  Post Offices     show all on map

Idalia Post Office, Joes Post Office, Wray Post Office

  Reservoirs     show all on map

Bonny Reservoir, Chester Wieser Erosion Control Number 1 Reservoir, Duck Reservoir, Hale Ponds, Kleweno Reservoir, Lake Yuma, O'Brien Reservoir Number 1, Olive Lake, Stalker Lake, Wray Watershed District Reservoir Number 1, Wray Watershed District Reservoir Number 3, Wray Watershed District Reservoir Number 4, Wray Watershed District Reservoir Number 5, Wray Watershed District Reservoir Number 6

  Schools     show all on map

Armel School, Liberty Elementary School

  Streams     show all on map

Adler Creek, Armknecht Creek, Beaver Creek, Black Wolf Creek, Bloom Creek, Chief Creek, Copperkettle Creek, Cowpe Creek, Coyote Creek, Dry Willow Creek, Hayes Creek, Holy Joe Creek, Horse Creek, North Fork Black Wolf Creek, North Fork Dry Willow Creek, North Sand Creek, Olive Creek, Rush Creek, Sand Creek, Sand Creek, South Fork Black Wolf Creek, South Fork Dry Willow Creek

  Summits     show all on map

Mount Yuma, Old Baldy, Peate Hill, Squaw Hill

  Towers     show all on map

KATR-FM (Wray), KJCO-FM (Yuma), KRDZ-AM (Wray)

  Valleys     show all on map

Hay Gulch, Jacks Gulch, Lansing Valley, North Fork Spring Canyon, South Fork Spring Canyon, Spring Canyon, Wildcat Canyon,

Yuma County, Colorado Population By Race (2012 estimate)

WhiteYuma County White population 9,8609,860  
MixedYuma County Mixed population 8180
AsianYuma County Asian population 4040
BlackYuma County Black population 3030
Hawaiian & Pacific IslanderYuma County Hawaiian & Pacific Islander population 2020

Additional population tables :
State population table
Colorado population by county