Andrew County, Missouri Basics:

Andrew County Missouri - Government Site

Population: 17,439
Area: 433 square miles
County seat: Savannah
Area code(s) in use: 816
Time zone: CST
High school graduate or higher: 90.2%
Bachelor's degree or higher: 20.5%
Median household income: $57,406
Persons in poverty: 7.5%
Home ownership rate: 78.8%
Mean travel time to work: 24.0 minutes

Adjacent counties:
Buchanan  DeKalb  Doniphan (KS)  Gentry  Holt  Nodaway  

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Map of the Andrew County area

Our detail map of Andrew County shows the Andrew County, Missouri boundary lines and other interesting items.

Places in Andrew County, Missouri

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Cole Landing Strip, Fairbanks Airport, Furst Landing Strip, Hannah Airport, Lazy W Farms Airport, Worth Airport

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Lanowa Park

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Van Meter Bridge (historical), Wire Bridge

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Andrew County Sheriff's Office, Bolckow Fire Protection District, Cosby - Helena Fire District, Fillmore Fire Protection District, Rosendale Fire Protection District Station 1, Rosendale Fire Protection District Station 2, Savannah Fire Department, Savannah Rural Fire District, Savannah Rural Fire Protection

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Bedford Chapel Cemetery, Bennett Lane Cemetery, Bethel Cemetery, Bolckow Cemetery, Brown Cemetery, Clizer Cemetery, Coffman Cemetery, Concord Cemetery, Earls Cemetery, Fairview Cemetery, Fillmore Cemetery, Gillispie Cemetery, Green Cemetery, Greenwick Cemetery, Hackberry Cemetery, High Prairie Cemetery, Jackson Cemetery, Kellogg Cemetery, Ladd Cemetery, Oak Ridge Cemetery, Old Union Cemetery, Savannah Cemetery, Vanschoiack Cemetery

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Nodaway Census Designated Place

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Antioch Church, Bedford Chapel (historical), Bedford Chapel (historical), Bethel Church, Cumberland Ridge Church, Fairview Church, Fairview Church (historical), Green Valley Church (historical), High Prairie Church (historical), Jimtown Church (historical), Living Hope Church, Long Branch Church, Platte Chapel (historical), Prairie Temple Church (historical), Vernon Church (historical), Zion Church

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Andrew County Lake Dam, Cole Lake Dam, Culver Lake Dam, Dysart Lake Dam, Ford Lake Dam, Keller Lake Dam, Kelley Lake Dam, Lake La Verne Dam, Lakeland Estates Lake Dam, Mononame 278 Dam, Paradise Lake Dam, Peterson Lake Dam, Savannah City Reservoir Dam, Schweizer Lake Dam, Smith Lake Dam, Sybert Lake Dam - Lower, Sybert Lake Dam - Upper, Thompson Lake Dam

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Rochester Falls

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Eva Neely Davis Memorial State Forest

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Garlich Lake (historical), Lillabridge Lake (historical), Middle Lake (historical), Sollars Lake (historical), Taylor Lake (historical)

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Bennett Lane, Bonteun, Camp Geiger, County Farm, Elrod Mill State Access Area, Hadorn Bridge Access Area, Parker (historical), Schuster (historical)

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Davis Roadside Park

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Amazonia, Avenue City, Bolckow, Cawood, Cosby, Country Club Village, Dean, Empire Prairie, Fillmore, Flag Springs, Fountainbleau, Glendale, Helena, Jimtown, Kodiak, Lone Corner, Midway, Nida (historical), Nodaway, Rankin, Rea, Rochester, Rosendale, Savannah, White Hall, Whitesville, Wyeth

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Castle Post Office, Elrod Post Office, Parker Post Office

  Reservoirs     show all on map

Andrew County Lake, City Reservoir, Cole Lake, Culver Lake, Dysart Lake, Ford Lake, Keller Lake, Kelley Lake, Lake La Verne, Lakeland Estates Lake, Paradise Lake, Peterson Lake, Schweizer Lake, Smith Lake, Sybert Lake - Lower, Sybert Lake - Upper, Thompson Lake

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Amazonia Elementary School, Arapahoe School (historical), Avenue City Elementary School, Barr School, Beauchamp School, Beauchamp School (historical), Beeler School, Beeler School, Bennett Lane School (historical), Bennywood School, Bethel School (historical), Black Oak School, Blue School (historical), Bonham School, Brand School (historical), Breckenridge School, Breckenridge School, Callen School (historical), Carr School (historical), Castle School, Cherry Grove School, Chestnut Grove School (historical), Clanton School (historical), Clay Center School, Coffman School, Cosby School (historical), Dakin School (historical), Dale School (historical), Deacon School, Dewitt School (historical), Elm Grove School (historical), Eminence School, Empire School (historical), Eureka School, Eureka School, Flag Springs School (historical), Fleming School, Fountain Blue School (historical), Franklin School (historical), Frog Pond School, Garfield School (historical), Gee School, Gee School (historical), Glenwood School (historical), Goodloe School, Gravel Wall School (historical), Helena Elementary School, Hickory Creek School, Hickory Point School (historical), High Bank School, High Prairie School (historical), Housman School, Housman School (historical), Howard School, Hummon School (historical), Jackson School, John Glenn Elementary School, Liberty School, Liggett School, Lone Corner School, Long Center School (historical), Long Corner School, Lower Neely School (historical), Miller School (historical), Minnie Cline Elementary School, Montgomery School (historical), Mount Calvary School, Mount Pleasant School (historical), Mount Pleasant School (historical), Murphy School, New Hope School, Nodaway Island School (historical), North Andrew Elementary School, North Andrew High School, North Andrew Middle School, North Star School (historical), Oak Grove School (historical), Oak Ridge School, Parker School, Pepperbox School, Pleasant Prairie School (historical), Prairie Valley School, Radical School (historical), Republican School (historical), Riverview School (historical), Rochester School (historical), Salem School (historical), Savannah High School, Savannah Middle School, Stone Church School (historical), Todd School (historical), Union School, Upper Neely School (historical), Wade School (historical), Washington School, West Star School (historical), Whiteoak School, Woodlawn School, Zimmerman School

  Streams     show all on map

Agee Creek, Arapahoe Creek, Caples Creek, Clear Creek, Crooked Creek, Crowley Creek, Dillon Creek, Hickory Creek, Honey Creek, Hopkins Creek, Kellog Branch, Lincoln Creek, Long Branch, Lower Neely Branch, Mace Creek, Mill Creek, Neely Grove Branch, Newland Creek, Niagara Creek, Nodaway River, Owl Creek, Pedlar Creek, Riggin Branch, Upper Neely Branch, White Cloud Creek

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KFEQ-AM (St Joseph),

Andrew County, Missouri Population By Race (2012 estimate)

WhiteAndrew County White population 16,96816,968  
MixedAndrew County Mixed population 227226
BlackAndrew County Black population 105104
AsianAndrew County Asian population 8787
American IndianAndrew County American Indian population 5252
Hawaiian & Pacific IslanderAndrew County Hawaiian & Pacific Islander population 00

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