Community Profiles

Bigfork in an edge of the wilderness community and Itasca County’s northern hub. This small town is home to a world-class hospital and a focal point for the county’s forestry industry. Countless acres of state and national forest surround the community, and Scenic State Park is just a few miles away.

Bigfork

Population

Total Population

445

Population
Growth Rate

-0.12%

Median Age

55

Diversity Index

7.500

Housing & Income

Households

194

Total Housing Units

243


Owner Occupied

159

Renter Occupied

35

Vacant

49

Median Home Value

$184,375


Average Home Value

$204,245

Income
Growth Rate

Median
Household Income

-0.11%


Per Capita Income

2.93%

Income Projection

Median Household

$42,055 $49,615


Average Household

$61,412 $71,696


Per Capita

$26,395 $30,498

Workforce

Total Businesses

51

Total Employed

704

Workers 16+

112

HealthCare/Social Assist

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Businesses

14

Employed

459

Retail Trade Businesses

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Businesses

10

Employed

59

Educational Services - Businesses

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Businesses

1

Employed

45

Accommodation/Food Service

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Businesses

5

Employed

31

Wholesale Trade Businesses

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Businesses

1

Employed

30

Food Service/Drinking Estab

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Businesses

3

Employed

21

Some
High School

23

Graduated
High School

98

Associates
Degree

37

Bachelor's
Degree

44

Graduate
Degree

24

Average Commute Time

0 min.



Resident Commuters

105

Non-Resident Commuters

7

Drive Alone

73

Carpooled

14

Public

5

Work At Home

12


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