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Jefferson City, Missouri Community & Region
-- 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 (more information). This document is focused on Jefferson City, Missouri and provides access to these resources to analyze and better understand characteristics of the community and regional environment.

The most detailed attributes about Jefferson City shown in this document are the monthly updating Integrated Data Profile (#5) and the school district Comparative Analysis Profile (#6). Use the neighborhood patterns GIS (about GIS) resources (#7) to zoom-in to intersection level, add your own data, view other types of patterns.

1. Jefferson City in Context of Area
The following view shows Jefferson City in relation to the area and other geography.

Click graphic for larger view. Counties shown with bold gray boundary (white solid label). Cities appear with green fill pattern (white label). The primary school district is shown with bold blue boundary (yellow label); other school districts have lighter blue boundary. Schools appear as red markers.

2. Jefferson City Metropolitan Area
Jefferson City is a principal city of the Jefferson City Metropolitan Statistical Area.
View Jefferson City metro structure/county components
More about metropolitan areas

3. City Patterns
-- Jefferson City, MO demographic-economic characteristics; compare with other cities
Main cities/places page
Interactive city/place demographic-economic tables; include all cities/places
General Demographics | Social Characteristics | Economic Characteristics | Housing Characteristics

4. County-Metro Patterns
-- Cole County, MO; Jefferson City, MO MSA demographic-economic characteristics; compare with areas
Main counties page
Interactive counties/metros demographic-economic tables; includes all counties/cities
General Demographics | Social Characteristics | Economic Characteristics | Housing Characteristics

4.a. County/Regional Personal Income Trends
Per Capita Income Trends

4.b. Demographic-Economic Projections
View the interactive table showing U.S. by county projections to 2060. See how Cole County population is projected to change and compare to adjacent and other counties of interest.

5. Cole County Integrated Data Profile -- updates monthly
Cole County, MO Integrated Data Profile
    - Longitudinal trends/patterns; decennial census; American Community Survey
    - Monthly and quarterly workforce trends
-- See related CV APIGateway IDP

6. Jefferson City School District Comparative Analysis
-- Jefferson City, MO - Missouri - U.S.; see related school district comparative profiles
Main school districts page
Interactive school districts demographic-economic tables - includes all school districts
General Demographics | Social Characteristics | Economic Characteristics | Housing Characteristics

6.a. Jefferson City School Characteristics
View/examine individual school characteristics (XLS). See related schools interactive table and details.

7. Jefferson City Neighborhood Patterns
The following graphic shows patterns of economic prosperity for the Jefferson City area based on median household income (MHI) by census tract. Colors associated with MHI intervals are shown in legend at left of map. Jefferson City city shown with bold brown boundary. Use GIS resources to view other attributes/patterns. See more about using the Missouri by neighborhood GIS resources.

7.a. Census Tract Patterns
The above view shows attributes for census tracts in this community area. Learn more about these census tracts. Click on links to interactive tables listed below. Find tracts based on ZIP codes.
Interactive census tracts demographic-economic tables; include all tracts
General Demographics | Social Characteristics | Economic Characteristics | Housing Characteristics

Census Tract Drill-down: Affordable Housing; Low & Moderate Income (LMI) Areas
Zoom-in view using neighborhoods GIS project; this view uses the LMI Tracts layer; see map legend

Side-by-side demographic-economic comparison of tracts 29051010500, 29051010600, 29051020700 in above view (XLS):
General Demographics | Social Characteristics | Economic Characteristics | Housing Characteristics

7.b. Block Group Patterns
Examining census tract subdivisions to block group level. Using BG data.

7.c. Census Block Characteristics
Examining census block characteristics. Use APIGateway to extract Census 2010 Summary File 1 with the SF1 extract operation.

7.b. Augmenting Geographic Layers & Geospatial Analysis
Add other types of geography to the GIS project using Digital Map Database (DMD) shapefiles (point, line and area features). Associate virtually any type of subject matter data to the geographic infrastructure down to the address and intersection level. See details.

8. ZIP Code Patterns
-- Jefferson City area ZIP Code areas
Main ZIP Code section
Interactive counties/metros demographic-economic tables; includes all counties/cities
General Demographics | Social Characteristics | Economic Characteristics | Housing Characteristics

9. Congressional Districts
Jefferson City area -- MO03 -- patterns of economic prosperity by neighborhood & congressional district
Main 113th Congressional Districts section
Interactive 113th Congressional Districts demographic-economic tables; includes all congressional cistricts
General Demographics | Social Characteristics | Economic Characteristics | Housing Characteristics

10. State Legislative Districts
Jefferson City area state legislative district characteristics
Main 2013 State Legislative Districts

11. Public Use Microdata Areas
Jefferson City is located in Public Use Microdata Area (PUMA) 2900500 (Cole, Callaway, Moniteau & Osage Counties PUMA). Develop custom demographic estimates (e.g., educational attainment by custom defined categories) using the ACS Public Use Microdata Samples for PUMAs (areas of 100,000 or more population). View map of Missouri PUMAs. Use the interactive table to view the geographic composition of this PUMA.
Interactive PUMA demographic-economic tables; includes all PUMAs
General Demographics | Social Characteristics | Economic Characteristics | Housing Characteristics

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