Morton County, Kansas Basics:

Morton County Kansas - Government Site

Population: 3,141
Area: 730 square miles
County seat: Elkhart
Area code(s) in use: 620
Time zone: CST
High school graduate or higher: 81.8%
Bachelor's degree or higher: 19.0%
Median household income: $44,198
Persons in poverty: 10.0%
Home ownership rate: 72.4%
Mean travel time to work: 13.0 minutes

Adjacent counties:
Baca (CO)  Cimarron (OK)  Grant  Stanton  Stevens  Texas (OK)  

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Map of the Morton County area

Our detail map of Morton County shows the Morton County, Kansas boundary lines and other interesting items.

Places in Morton County, Kansas

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Elkhart-Morton County Airport

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Elkhart City Hall, Elkhart Police Department, Elkhart Senior Citizens Center, Elkhart Volunteer Fire Department, Morton County Civic Center, Morton County Courthouse, Morton County Elkhart Fire Department, Morton County Emergency Medical Services, Morton County Health Department, Morton County Historical Society, Morton County Library, Morton County Richfield Fire Department, Morton County Rolla Fire Department, Morton County Sheriff's Department, Morton County Sheriff's Department Jail, Richfield Senior Center, Rolla City Hall, Rolla Civic Center, Rolla Emergency Medical Services, Rolla Police Department, Rolla Public Library, Rolla Senior Center, United States Department of Agriculture National Forest Services - Elkhart

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Happy Ditch

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Elkhart Cemetery, Prairie Flower Cemetery, Richfield Cemetery, Rolla Cemetery

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Bible Baptist Church, Christ Lutheran Church, Church of Christ, Church of God, Elkhart Church of the Nazarene, Elkhart United Methodist Church, Emmanuel Baptist Church, First Baptist Church, First Baptist Church, First Christian Church, Hillcrest Southern Baptist Church, Penecostal Holiness Church, Richfield United Methodist Church, Rolla United Methodist Church, Saint Joan of Arc Catholic Church

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Point of Rocks

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Artesian Pasture, Bridge Pasture, Coen Pasture, College Green Pasture, County Line Pasture, East Headquarters Pasture, Eightyone Pasture, Greenwood Pasture, Highway Pasture, Mills Pasture, Moore Pasture, New Pasture Number Thirteen, North Fork Pasture, North Lowe Pasture, Pasture Number Eight, Pasture Number Eighteen, Pasture Number Eleven, Pasture Number Five, Pasture Number Fortyeight, Pasture Number Fortynine, Pasture Number Fortyone, Pasture Number Fortyseven, Pasture Number Fortythree, Pasture Number Four, Pasture Number Nine, Pasture Number Nineteen, Pasture Number Seven, Pasture Number Seventeen, Pasture Number Six, Pasture Number Sixteen, Pasture Number Ten, Pasture Number Thirty, Pasture Number Thirtyeight, Pasture Number Thirtyfive, Pasture Number Thirtyfour, Pasture Number Thirtynine, Pasture Number Thirtyone, Pasture Number Thirtyseven, Pasture Number Thirtysix, Pasture Number Thirtythree, Pasture Number Three, Pasture Number Twelve, Pasture Number Twenty, Pasture Number Twentyeight, Pasture Number Twentyfive, Pasture Number Twentyfour, Pasture Number Twentynine, Pasture Number Twentyone, Pasture Number Twentysix, Pasture Number Twentythree, Pasture Number Twentytwo, Point Pasture, Rollo Pasture, Sandhills Pasture, South East Rollo Pasture, South East Wilberton Pasture, South Lowe Pasture, South Pasture, Stateline Pasture, Steer Pasture, Tucker Pasture, Unit One Pasture, Unit One Pasture, Watson Pasture, West Headquarters Pasture, Yoder Pasture

  Forests     show all on map

Cimarron National Grassland

  Hospitals     show all on map

Morton County Hospital

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Mallard Ponds, Wilburton Pond

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Cimarron River Campground, Clinesmith, Dermot Hall, Elkhart City Recreational Vehicle Park, Elkhart Forest Service Station, Elkhart Wastewater Plant, Frisco (historical), George Alwood Recreation Area, Glen Randle Memorial Arena, Kyle (historical), Mand (historical), Morton County Fairgrounds, Morton County Pumping Station, Point Rock Golf Club, Purdy (historical), Rolla Wastewater Plant, Taloga (historical), Westola (historical)

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Caliche Pit

  Oilfields     show all on map

Taloga Oil and Gas Field, Wilburton Oil and Gas Field

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Cimarron River Picnic Ground, Morton Wildlife Area

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Elkhart, Richfield, Rolla, Wilburton

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Elkhart Post Office, Richfield Post Office, Rolla Post Office

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Dermot Elementary School (historical), Elkhart Elementary School, Elkhart High School, Elkhart Middle School, Pleasant Plains School, Point Rock Alternative School, Rolla Elementary School, Rolla Junior High / High School, Taloga School

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Spring Creek,

Morton County, Kansas Population By Race (2012 estimate)

WhiteMorton County White population 2,9372,936  
MixedMorton County Mixed population 6665
American IndianMorton County American Indian population 4140
BlackMorton County Black population 2221
Hawaiian & Pacific IslanderMorton County Hawaiian & Pacific Islander population 99

Additional population tables :
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