Cooper County, Missouri Basics:

Cooper County Missouri - Government Site

Population: 17,511
Area: 565 square miles
County seat: Boonville
Area code(s) in use: 660
Time zone: CST
High school graduate or higher: 85.0%
Bachelor's degree or higher: 18.2%
Median household income: $45,200
Persons in poverty: 17.8%
Home ownership rate: 72.7%
Mean travel time to work: 23.6 minutes

Adjacent counties:
Boone  Howard  Moniteau  Morgan  Pettis  Saline  

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Map of the Cooper County area

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

Places in Cooper County, Missouri

  Airports     show all on map

Jesse Viertel Memorial Airport

  Bends     show all on map

Boonville Bends, Diana Bends, Lamine River Bend, Robinson Bends, Rocheport Bends, Slaughterhouse Bend, Slaughterhouse Bend

  Bridges     show all on map

Bryant Bottom Bridge, Dicks Bridge, Roberts Bluff Bridge, Steelhouse Bridge

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Blackwater Rural Fire Department, Boonville Correctional Center, Boonville Fire Department, Boonville Fire Department Substation, Boonville Police Department, Bunceton City Fire Department, Bunceton Police Department, City of Pilot Grove Fire Department, Clifton City Fire Department, Cooper County Fire Protection District Station 1, Cooper County Fire Protection District Station 2, Cooper County Fire Protection District Station 3, Cooper County Fire Protection District Station 4, Cooper County Home, Cooper County Sheriff's Office, Otterville Fire Protection District, Pilot Grove Police Department, Pilot Grove Rural Fire Department, Prairie Home Rural Fire Association, Prairie Lick (historical), Soleville (historical), Vermont (historical)

  Cemeteries     show all on map

Antioch Cemetery, Big Lick Cemetery, Briscoe Cemetery, Chilton Cemetery, Clayton Cemetery, Concord Cemetery, Ellis Cemetery, Harris Cemetery, Herndon Cemetery, Hoke Cemetery, Hopewell Cemetery, Howard Cemetery, Jones Cemetery, Lamine Cemetery, Masonic Cemetery, McCullough Cemetery, Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Mount Vernon Cemetery, New Salem Cemetery, Old Lamine Cemetery, Pilot Grove Number 1 Cemetery, Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Providence Cemetery, Renshaw Cemetery, Robison Cemetery, Saint Joseph Cemetery, Saint Josephs Cemetery, Saint Martin Cemetery, Schmidt Cemetery, Shackleford Cemetery, Smiley Cemetery, Sowers Cemetery, Strickfaden Cemetery, Toler Cemetery, Walnut Grove Cemetery, Woods Cemetery

  Churches     show all on map

Berea Church, Evangelical Church, Gooch Mill Church, Highland Church, Lamine Church, Lamine Church, Mount Hermon Church, Mount Moriah Church, Mount Nebo Church, Mount Pleasant Church, New Zion Church, Peninsula Church, Pleasant Green Church, Pleasant Hill Church, River of Life Assembly of God Church, Saint Joseph Convent, Saint Pauls Church, Saint Peters Church, Splice Creek Church, Trinity Church, Walnut Grove Church, Walnut Grove Church, Wesley Chapel

  Dams     show all on map

Becker-Miller-Marcum Lake Dam, Fenical Lake Dam, Friedrich Lake Dam, Holtzclaw Lake Dam, Langkop Lake Dam, Lenz Lake Dam, Oswald Lake Dam, Phillips Lake Dam, Robinsons Dam, Rolfling Lake Section 36 Dam, Rolfling Lake Section 6 Dam, Schnuck Lake Dam, Schrader Lake Dam, Smith Lake Dam, Southwest Dam Number 1, Stoelting Dam, Trout Dam, Windmill Campground Dam, Windsor Place Number 1 Dam, Windsor Place Number 2 Dam

  Hospitals     show all on map

Cooper County Memorial Hospital

  Lakes     show all on map

Embry Lake, Goose Lake, Horseshoe Lake, Widel Lake, Wilson Lake

  Locales     show all on map

Bush, Cold Neck (historical), Conners Mill (historical), Cotton, De Bourgmont Access, Elliott (historical), Gooch Mill, Heaths Salt Lick, Hirst (historical), Kemper Golf Course, Lakota (historical), Lick, Mount Carmel, Old Round Hill (historical), Scotts Ford, Scotts Ford (historical), Sweeney (historical), Taylor's Landing Access

  Parks     show all on map

Overton Bottoms Conservation Area, Prairie Home State Wildlife Area

  Populated Places     show all on map

Bellair, Billingsville, Blackwater, Boonville, Bunceton, Byberry (historical), Chouteau Springs, Clarks Fork, Clifton City, Corioli (historical), Harriston, Hoffman, Joe Town (historical), Jollys Bottom (historical), Lamine, Lone Elm, Merna, Midway (historical), New Lebanon, Old Palestine (historical), Otterville, Overton, Petersburg (historical), Pilot Grove, Pisgah, Pleasant Green, Pleasant Grove, Prairie Home, Shackleford Crossing, Speed, Washington (historical), Windsor Place, Wooldridge

  Reservoirs     show all on map

Friedrich Lake, McCoy Number 1 Reservoir, Number 226 Reservoir, Robinsons Lake, Rolfling Lake, Stoelting Lake, Trout Lake

  Schools     show all on map

Baxter School (historical), Becker School (historical), Bellair School (historical), Bethlehem School (historical), Billingsville School (historical), Blackwater Elementary School, Bluffton School, Blufton School (historical), Boonslick Technical Education Center, Boonville High School, Buffalo Prairie School (historical), Bunceton Elementary School, Bunceton High School, Byberry School (historical), Central Elementary School (historical), Chouteau School (historical), Clear Spring School (historical), Clifton City School, Concord School (historical), Cotton Patch School (historical), Cotton Wood School (historical), Crab Orchard School (historical), Cross Lane School (historical), David Barton Elementary School, Davis School (historical), Dicks Mill School (historical), East Oakland School (historical), Ellis School (historical), Excelsior School (historical), Fairview School (historical), Felder School (historical), Franklin School (historical), Franklin School (historical), Gill School (historical), Gilroy School (historical), Glendale School (historical), Greenwood School (historical), Hail Ridge School, Hail Ridge School (historical), Hannah Cole Primary School, Harrison School (historical), Harriston School (historical), Hickory Grove School (historical), Highland School (historical), Highland School (historical), Independence School (historical), Jefferson School (historical), Keener School (historical), Klein School (historical), Lamine School (historical), Laura Speed Elliott Middle School, Lebanon School (historical), Lee School (historical), Liberty School (historical), Liberty School (historical), Locust Grove School (historical), Lone Elm School (historical), Lone Elm School (historical), Lone Grove School (historical), Lowland School (historical), Martin School (historical), Mount Nebo School (historical), Mount Pleasant School (historical), Mount Sinai School (historical), Mount Sinia School, Mount Zion School (historical), Nelson School (historical), Oak Grove School (historical), Oak Hill School (historical), Oakland School (historical), Oakland School Number 2 (historical), Oakwood School Number One (historical), Oakwood School Number Two (historical), Otterville Elementary School, Otterville High School, Overton School (historical), Palestine School (historical), Peninsula School (historical), Pilot Grove Elementary School, Pilot Grove High School, Pilot Grove Middle School, Pisgah School (historical), Pleasant Green School (historical), Pleasant Grove School (historical), Pleasant Valley School (historical), Prairie Home Elementary School, Prairie Home High School, Prairie View School (historical), Providence School (historical), Reinharot School (historical), Robison School (historical), Rockland School (historical), Saint Johns School (historical), Saint Martin School (historical), Saints Peter and Paul Catholic School, Salemen School (historical), Shackleford School (historical), Simmons School (historical), State Boys School (historical), Stony Point School (historical), Sumner School (historical), Sumner School (historical), Vollmer School (historical), Washington School (historical), West Fork School (historical), West Oakland School (historical), Westwood School (historical), Whithinger School (historical), Willow Grove School (historical), Willow Grove School (historical), Woodland School, Woodland School (historical), Wooldridge School (historical)

  Streams     show all on map

Alexanders Branch, Anderson Branch, Baslee Branch, Blackwater River, Brush Branch, Brush Creek, Burge Branch, Cave Creek, Chouteau Branch, Chouteau Creek, Clark Fork, Clear Branch, Clear Creek, Coalbank Creek, Coon Creek, Culley Creek, Draffen Branch, Flat Creek, Fritz Branch, Gartners Branch, Grassy Branch, Gump Branch, Hadley Branch, Harlan Branch, Heaths Creek, Hickory Branch, Honey Creek, Howard Creek, Hutchison Branch, Johnson Branch, Kelley Branch, Lamine River, Lick Branch, Lilly Branch, Long Branch, Martin Branch, Martin Branch, Maxie Branch, Moon Creek, Mount Vernon Branch, Murphy Creek, Otter Creek, Panther Branch, Panther Creek, Pipkin Branch, Pisgah Creek, Ream Branch, Rupe Branch, Salt Branch, Skull Creek, Slough Creek, Smiley Creek, Stephens Branch, Sulphur Spring Branch, Taylor Branch, Thomas Branch, Turley Branch, Tutt Branch, West Branch Clark Fork, West Brush Creek, West Fork Petite Saline Creek, Wolf Creek

  Towers     show all on map

KDBX-FM (Boonville), KWRT-AM (Boonville),

Cooper County, Missouri Population By Race (2012 estimate)

WhiteCooper County White population 15,77715,777  
BlackCooper County Black population 1,2431,243
MixedCooper County Mixed population 298297
American IndianCooper County American Indian population 8887
Hawaiian & Pacific IslanderCooper County Hawaiian & Pacific Islander population 1817

Additional population tables :
State population table
Missouri population by county