Pinal County – At a Glance

Stats about Pinal County:

Population

  • 445,125
  • 2010 Census 375,768
  • INCREASE of over 15% since 2010
  • Pinal County is experiencing a current growth rate of 3.0%, HIGHEST in the State and one of the highest in the nation. Gaining about 13,500 new residents or more each year.

Poverty Level

  • Arizona 14.9%
  • Pinal County 12.6% 
  • THE LOWEST IN THE STATE!

Income and Education

  • Median Household Income: $51,190
  • High School Graduate or Higher: 84.9%
  • Both Lucid Motors and Attesa announced construction start dates for 2019 – Lucid in the April timeframe and Attesa in September timeframe
  • In 2017, Pinal County realized nearly $700 million in tourism dollars spent
  • In 2017, Pinal County realized nearly $2.6 Billion in agricultural related sales and business
  • In 2017, Pinal County was in the Top 2% of all US counties and county equivalents in agriculture related sales

Other

  • Mean Commute Time: 31 Minutes
  • Land Area: 5,635 square miles (Connecticut is 5,543 square miles)

Employment by Sector – August 2018

Total Nonfarm 59,450

Total Private 39,550

Goods Producing 7,275

  • Mining and Construction 3,425
  • Manufacturing 3,850

Service-Providing 52,175

  • Trade, Transportation and Utilities 10,475
  • Information 525
  • Financial Activities 1,425
  • Professional and Business Services 6,125
  • Education and Health Services 6,075
  • Leisure and Hospitality 5,925
  • Other Services 1,725

Government 19,900

  • Federal Government 1,575
  • State and Local Government 18,325

Sources: Arizona Department of Administration (ADOA), December 21, 2018, US Census,  Arizona Regional MLS, laborstats.az.gov