Missouri Communities Program
-- City & Regional Demographic Economic Characteristics & Patterns
The Missouri Communities Program (MOCP) provides organized, multi-sourced data and tools to facilitate planning and community development by individual communities. The MOCP is one of several state by community programs. The MOCP includes approximately 230 cities throughout the state (generally 2,500 population or more). Others can be added upon request.
Stakeholder Benefits from MOCP Participation
MOCP participants gain data-driven insights into the where and how of improvement. What is our city relatively good at ... or not so good? What might be our net advantages? Are we basing decisions on what we think or what the data are telling us? What is trending in our city we might take advantage of it? How might good trends be augmented? What might have changed over the past several years that could work to our advantage or disadvantage? Do we really know patterns of low and moderate income households by neighborhood? What areas might be most likely to improve based on better knowledge of patterns? Are we able to use GIS and data resources that might improve our chances at grant awards and funding? What data and information might we provide to prospective businesses locating here? Are we conveying those data in the right ways? How might population, employment and income change between now and 2030, patterns proceeding as they have? What tools and resources do we have that could change this?
Interacting for Analysis, Strategy & Planning
Community profiles Web sections, available to MOCP participants, are updated frequently. Join us in weekly decision-making information (DMI) sessions where we cover selected topics as well as Q&A relating to Community Profiles (more information).
See MOCP sample for Jefferson City, Missouri.
The MOCP is a membership program. Only MOCP participants have access to Web-based community-focused sections. The MOCP Web pages provide members only access to tools and demographic-economic data focused on specific cities and regions. Any Missouri city or county may participate in the program at no fee. Others may subscribe to the program for a nominal fee. See signup details.
ProximityOne User Group
A supplementary and different set of data, software and analytical resources are provided as a part of the ProximityOne User Group. MOCP participants are automatically enrolled in the User Group. Members may download and use selected resources on their own computers. Join now ... there is no fee to participate.
Missouri City-Place Interactive Demographic Table
Click ShowAll button between Find/Queries. See all U.S. cities demographic economic interactive tables
Use mouseover on column header to view column description. Data based on ACS 2012 5-year estimates.
See ranking table usage notes below ranking table. See related interactive tables; wide ranging geography & subject matter.
Click the PrincipalCities button to view only "principal cities."
-- see more about principal cities here: http://proximityone.com/principalcities.htm
All items are estimates centric to mid-2010.
Click ShowAll button between specific area queries.
Cells with -1 value could not be estimated (for this geography and this time frame).
Demographic Items in Table
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