Population Charts

Population

Five Year Projection (2022) 
Current Year (2017) 
US Census (2010)
Female/Male Ratio
51.75% : 48.25%
52.05% : 47.95%

Daytime Population

Total Daytime Population
Daytime population (Age 16+)
Retired population (Age 65+)
Population aged 16 and under (Children)
Civilian 16+, at Workplace
Homemakers (Age 16+)

Age

Median Age, Total
36.15

Age Demographics

78.04 % Age 18+
24.79 % Age 55+
12.39 % Age 65+

Population Mosaic (Current Year)

22.2 % Singles and Starters
19.71 % Blue Sky Boomers
12.92 % Young City Solos
9.87 % Thriving Boomers
7.17 % Pastoral Pride
5.72 % Significant Singles
Other
Economic Challenges 5.6
Golden Year Guardians 3.57
Suburban Style 0
Promising Families 0
Family Union 0
Booming with Confidence 5.37
Cultural Connections 2.27
Flourishing Families 0
Middle-class Melting Pot 0
Families in Motion 0
Aspirational Fusion 4.1
Autumn Years 1.49
Unclassified 0
Power Elite 0
Population Mosaic Segment Definitions:
  • Aspirational Fusion: Multi-cultural, low-income singles and single parents living in urban locations and striving to make a better life
  • Autumn Years: Established, ethnically-diverse and mature couples living gratified lifestyles in older homes
  • Blue Sky Boomers: Lower- and middle-class baby boomer-aged households living in small towns
  • Booming with Confidence: Prosperous, established couples in their peak earning years living in suburban homes
  • Cultural Connections: Diverse, mid- and low-income families in urban apartments and residences
  • Economic Challenges: Economically challenged mix of singles, divorced and widowed individuals in smaller cities and urban areas looking to make ends meet
  • Families in Motion: Younger, working-class families earning moderate incomes in smaller residential communities
  • Family Union: Mid-scale, middle-aged and somewhat ethnically-diverse families living in homes supported by solid blue-collar occupations
  • Flourishing Families: Affluent, middle-aged families and couples earning prosperous incomes and living very comfortable, active lifestyles
  • Golden Year Guardians: Retirees living in settled residences and communities
  • Middle-class Melting Pot: Mid-scale, middle-aged and established couples living in suburban and fringe homes
  • Pastoral Pride: Eclectic mix of lower middle-class widowed and divorced individuals and couples who have settled in country and small town areas
  • Power Elite: The wealthiest households in the US, living in the most exclusive neighborhoods, and enjoying all that life has to offer
  • Promising Families: Young couples with children in starter homes living child-centered lifestyles
  • Significant Singles: Middle-aged singles and some couples earning mid-scale incomes supporting active city styles of Living
  • Singles and Starters: Young singles starting out, and some starter families, in diverse urban communities
  • Suburban Style: Middle-aged, ethnically-mixed suburban families and couples earning upscale incomes
  • Thriving Boomers: Upper-middle-class baby boomer-age couples living comfortable lifestyles settled in town and exurban homes
  • Young City Solos: Younger and middle-aged singles living active and energetic lifestyles in metropolitan areas

Ethnicity (Not Hispanic/Latino)

2010 US Census (Not Hispanic/Latino)

68.65 % White
26.03 % Black/African American
0.41 % American Indian & Alaska Native
2.2 % Asian
0.06 % Native Hawaiian / Other Pacific Islander
0.16 % Some other race
2.49 % Two or more races

Current Year (Not Hispanic/Latino)

66.49 % White
27.55 % Black/African American
0.41 % American Indian & Alaska Native
2.51 % Asian
0.05 % Native Hawaiian / Other Pacific Islander
0.16 % Some other race
2.81 % Two or more races

Five Year Projection (Not Hispanic/Latino)

65.1 % White
28.38 % Black/African American
0.42 % American Indian & Alaska Native
2.65 % Asian
0.05 % Native Hawaiian / Other Pacific Islander
0.17 % Some other race
3.22 % Two or more races

Ethnicity (Hispanic/Latino)

2010 US Census (Hispanic/Latino)

53.91 % White
8.92 % Black/African American
0.73 % American Indian & Alaska Native
0.69 % Asian
0.53 % Native Hawaiian / Other Pacific Islander
24.56 % Some other race
10.65 % Two or more races

Current Year (Hispanic/Latino)

56.05 % White , Hispanic/Latino
8.11 % Black/African American
0.58 % American Indian & Alaska Native
0.54 % Asian
0.42 % Native Hawaiian / Other Pacific Islander
24.18 % Some other race
10.11 % Two or more races

Five Year Projection (Hispanic/Latino)

56.39 % White
7.61 % Black/African American
0.52 % American Indian & Alaska Native
0.49 % Asian
0.38 % Native Hawaiian / Other Pacific Islander
24.45 % Some other race
10.15 % Two or more races
 

Housing & Households

7
Land Area
14,942
Total Housing Units
13,200
Total Households
13,325
Total Households
5 Year Projections


4,448
Owner-Occupied: Owned with a mortgage or loan

2,160
Owner-Occupied: Owned free and clear

6,593
Renter-Occupied

Housing Value (Current Year)

6,608
Total Owner-occupied housing units (OOHU)

Income

Per Capita Income
Average Household Income
$60,365

Median Household Income
$37,683

Households by Income (Current Year)

 

Education (Current Year)

Education



1,501
College undergraduate


466
Graduate or prof school

Educational Attainment at Age 25+ (Current Year)

 

Employment and Occupation

Employment and Occupation

TOTAL CIVILIAN EMPLOYED POPULATION AGED 16+


13,234
2010 US Census


15,340
Current Year


15,029
Five Year Projection

Employment by Industry

2010 US Census
Current Year (2017)

Transportation to Work (Current Year)



15,340
Total Workers 16+



13,786
Car, truck, or van

345
Public transport

373
Worked at home

Travel Time to Work (Current Year)

TRAVEL TIME FOR WORKERS 16+
 

Consumer Expenditures (Current Year)

Consumer Expenditures

Business Summary by SIC Code

24 Agriculture, Forestry, & Fishing
112 Construction
107 Finance, Insurance, & Real Estate
32 Manufacturing
0 Mining
7 Public Administration
305 Retail Trade
694 Services
49 Transportation, Communications, Electric, Gas, & Sanitary Services
49 Wholesale Trade

Retail Sales Volume

2016/2017 Demographics provided by Experian through Alteryx