DEMOGRPAHICS

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Population and Households Overview Population
 by Age
Population by Race
 and Hispanic Origin
Population Age 25
 or Older by Education
Households
 by Type
Household
 Income
Housing
Tenure
Housing Units
 by Structure Type
Employment by
 Industrial Class
Land Use
 and Land Cover 
Residential Density
 (Units per Acre)
Summary of
Development Changes (in Acres)
 
 

Population and Households Overview

Component

1990 Census

2000 Census

Apr 2005

2030

 

Household Population

3,269

3,974

3,850

4,262

Group Quarters Population

1

23

23

23

Total Population

3,270

3,997

3,873

4,285

 

Households

1,536

1,842

1,818

2,174

Housing Units

1,603

1,931

1,945

n/a

Household Size

2.13

2.16

2.12

1.96

Population by Age

Age Groups

1990 Census

2000 Census

2030 Forecast

 

Age 0-4

209 (6%)

238 (6%)

279 (7%)

Age 5-17

452 (14%)

639 (16%)

669 (16%)

Age 18-34

926 (28%)

952 (24%)

825 (19%)

Age 35-64

1,145 (35%)

1,562 (39%)

1,305 (30%)

Age 65+

538 (16%)

606 (15%)

1,207 (28%)

Total Population

3,270

3,997

4,285

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Population by Race and Hispanic Origin

Race

1990 Census

2000 Census

2000 Census Combined

 

White

3,186 (97%)

3,499 (88%)

3,573 (88%)

Black

59 (2%)

315 (8%)

346 (8%)

American Indian

7 (0%)

16 (0%)

41 (1%)

Asian

8 (0%)

47 (1%)

60 (1%)

Pacific Islander

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

1 (0%)

Other Race

10 (0%)

38 (1%)

58 (1%)

Multi-Racial

n/a

82 (2%)

n/a

Total Population

3,270

3,997

4,079 1

 

Hispanic Origin

42 (1%)

101 (3%)

n/a

Not of Hispanic Origin

3,228 (99%)

3,896 (97%)

n/a

1 - 2000 total here will exceed total population as those persons marking more than one race are counted in each race category they marked.

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Population Age 25 or Older by Education

Highest Level of Educational Attainment

1990 Census

2000 Census

 

Did Not Graduate High School

512 (22%)

490 (17%)

Graduated High School

671 (29%)

935 (33%)

Some College, No Degree

716 (30%)

582 (21%)

Associate Degree

133 (6%)

146 (5%)

Bachelor's Degree

182 (8%)

403 (14%)

Graduate or Professional Degree

137 (6%)

283 (10%)

Total Population Age 25 or Older 2

2,301

2,847

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Households by Type

Households

1990 Forecast

2000 Forecast

2030 Forecast

 

With Children

371 (24%)

514 (28%)

627 (29%)

Without Children

1,170 (76%)

1,328 (72%)

1,547 (71%)

 

Income Quartile 1 - Low 3

399 (26%)

532 (29%)

757 (35%)

Income Quartile 2

475 (31%)

628 (34%)

793 (36%)

Income Quartile 3

400 (26%)

460 (25%)

485 (22%)

Income Quartile 4 - High

267 (17%)

222 (12%)

139 (6%)

Total Households

1,541

1,842

2,174

3 - Indicates the number of households in the community whose household income is within each household income quartile of Southeast Michigan.

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Household Income

Income Categories

1990 Census

2000 Census

 

Less than $10,000

184 (11%)

149 (8%)

$10,000 to $14,999

174 (11%)

120 (7%)

$15,000 to $24,999

248 (15%)

235 (13%)

$25,000 to $34,999

319 (20%)

244 (13%)

$35,000 to $49,999

356 (22%)

267 (15%)

$50,000 to $74,999

283 (17%)

351 (19%)

$75,000 to $99,999

40 (2%)

241 (13%)

$100,000 to $149,999

25 (2%)

151 (8%)

$150,000 or more

6 (0%)

82 (4%)

Total Households 4

1,536

1,842

 

Median Household Income (In 1999 Dollars)

$ 42,673

$ 44,196

Households in Poverty

117 (7%)

127 (7%)

Persons in Poverty

166 (5%)

238 (6%)

4 - The 100% count of total households shown here may not equal the sum of the sample data.

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Housing Tenure

Tenure

1990 Census

2000 Census

 

Owner Occupied Units

           972 (61%)

     1,319 (68%)

Median Housing Value (In 2000 dollars)

           $89,384

     $160,600

Renter Occupied Units

           564 (35%)

     523 (27%)

Median Contract Rent (In 2000 Dollars)

           $553

     $464

Vacant Units

           67 (4%)

     89 (5%)

Total Housing Units

             1,603

       1,931

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Housing Units by Structure Type

Structure Type

1990 Census

2000 Census

 

One-Family Detached

513 (32%)

899 (47%)

One-Family Attached

57 (4%)

77 (4%)

Two-Family / Duplex

61 (4%)

62 (3%)

Multi-Unit Apartments

478 (30%)

443 (23%)

Mobile Homes

471 (29%)

445 (23%)

Other Units

23 (1%)

0 (0%)

Total Housing Units

1,603

1,931 5

5 - The 100% count of 2000 total housing units shown here may not equal the sum of the 2000 sample data.

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Employment by Industrial Class 7

Industrial Class

1990

2000

2030 Forecast

 

Agriculture, Mining, and Natural Resources

104 (3%)

71 (2%)

135 (3%)

Manufacturing

n/a

n/a

n/a

Transportation, Communication, and Utility

153 (4%)

360 (9%)

412 (8%)

Wholesale Trade

252 (7%)

387 (10%)

428 (8%)

Retail Trade

744 (21%)

359 (9%)

630 (12%)

Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate

185 (5%)

152 (4%)

281 (5%)

Services

1,551 (44%)

1,994 (50%)

2,612 (51%)

Public Administration

n/a

n/a

n/a

Total Employment

3,498

3,989

5,129

7 - The data represents all (covered and non-covered) employment.
 "n/a" indicates data blocked due to confidentiality concerns of ES-202 files.

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Land Use / Land Cover 

Land Use Type

1990 Acres

2000 Acres

 

Single-Family 9

294 (38%)

388 (51%)

Multiple-Family

27 (4%)

25 (3%)

Commercial and Office

67 (9%)

58 (8%)

Institutional

92 (12%)

99 (13%)

Industrial

38 (5%)

53 (7%)

Transportation, Communication, and Utility

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

Cultural, Outdoor Recreation, and Cemetery

8 (1%)

25 (3%)

Active Agriculture

87 (11%)

1 (0%)

Grassland and Shrub

65 (9%)

33 (4%)

Woodland and Wetland

40 (5%)

31 (4%)

Extractive and Barren

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

Water

46 (6%)

49 (6%)

Under Development 10

0 (0%)

0 (0%)

Total Acres 11

763

763

9 - Single-Family land use: areas of single-family houses, and also includes manufactured housing, farmsteads, and portions of developing single-family residential.
10 - Under Development: includes two types of areas, 1. The acreage not built on in areas where new residential construction is partially completed, and 2. Areas where ground breaking has occurred and no land use type could be determined.
11 - 1990 and 2000 total acres may not be the same due to rounding errors and precision differences between 1990 and 2000 GIS layers.

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Residential Density (Units per Acre)

Density Type

1990

2000

1990-2000 Increment1 2

 

Single-Family Land Use

3.63

3.61

3.56

Gross Residential Density

4.99

4.65

3.47

12 - 1990-2000 Increment: The density of housing units built 1990-2000, that is, the number of housing units built divided by the area of residential land added 1990-2000. Increment values are not shown for categories in which acreage and/or units decreased, or in which acreage changed by less than 10 acres.

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Summary of Development Changes (in Acres)

Development Status

1990

2000

1990-2000 Change

 

Undeveloped

237

115

-122 (-51.5%)

Developed

527

648

121 (23.0%)

 Residential

321

413

92 (28.7%)

 Nonresidential

206

235

29 (14.1%)

Percent Developed

68.9

84.9

16.0 (23.2%)