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Situation & Outlook Report

ZIP Code Area 10514
- Geographic-Demographic-Economic Characteristics
- access this document via http://proximityone.com/profiles/1/zip_1516_10514.htm
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- Updated: 02/15/18

Contents
This document is organized into these sections:
1.1. Overview & Updates
2.1. General Demographics
2.2. Social Characteristics
2.3. Economic Characteristics
2.4. Housing Characteristics
3.1. Business Establishments
  Situation & Outlook
  Terms of Use
  Statistical Release Dates
  Related Resources
  Using this Document
  Glossary


1.1. Overview

The following graphic shows ZIP code 10514 with a bold red boundary. Census tracts are shown with black boundaries with tract codes as white labels. See more about ZIP-Tract relationships. In some graphics, cities/places are shown with blue cross-hatch pattern.

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Selected Characteristics
  Item   Value
  Census 2010 Population 11,946
  Census 2010 Percent Urban Population 96.07
  Land area 13.0 square miles
  Census 2010 Population Density 932 persons per square mile
  Internal latitude-longitude point 41.172111, -73.769227
  Census 2010 state, county, tract, census block 36-119-013104-3021
  City/PlaceChappaqua
  County Westchester County, NY (36119)
  Metro/CBSA New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA MSA (35620)
  Housing Price Index 2014 (see HPI notes) 854.39 .. %change from 2013 ... 10.13
  .. HPI 2015 834.13 .. %change from 2014 ... -2.37
  .. HPI 2016 891.16 .. %change from 2015 ... 6.84
  Business Establishments 2015 (see ZBP notes) 329
  .. Business Establishments Employment, 2015 2,164
  .. Business Establishments Payroll, 2015 $93,329,000 .. annual pay per employee $43,128

Five Year Change
  Item2009 (ACS2011)2014 (ACS2016)Change% Change
Population 12,469 12,688 219 1.76
Housing Units 4,013 4,194 181 4.51
  Occupied Units 3,983 3,948 -35 -0.88
  Vacant Units 30 246 216 720.00
Gini Index of Income Inequality 0.4826 0.4583 -0.0243 -5.0352
Median Household Income $206,793 $244,527 $37,734 18.25
Median Housing Value $957,900 $977,100 $19,200 2.00
Median Rent $1,485 $2,178 $693 46.67

2.1. General Demographic Characteristics - goto top
- based on Census American Community Survey 5-year estimates; ACS 2015 and ACS 2016.
- view/compare this area to other areas using demographic characteristics interactive table.
  Item2013 (ACS2015)2014 (ACS2016)Change% Change
    
GENDER AND AGE     
 Total population 12,741 12,688 -53 -0.4
  Male 6,520 6,480 -40 -0.6
  Female 6,221 6,208 -13 -0.2
    
  Under 5 years 881 790 -91 -10.3
  5 to 9 years 1,194 1,198 4 0.3
  10 to 14 years 1,189 1,238 49 4.1
  15 to 19 years 1,100 1,145 45 4.1
  20 to 24 years 448 526 78 17.4
  25 to 34 years 562 526 -36 -6.4
  35 to 44 years 1,783 1,694 -89 -5.0
  45 to 54 years 2,214 2,338 124 5.6
  55 to 59 years 1,067 1,047 -20 -1.9
  60 to 64 years 940 842 -98 -10.4
  65 to 74 years 851 823 -28 -3.3
  75 to 84 years 400 426 26 6.5
  85 years and over 112 95 -17 -15.2
    
  Median age (years) 40.5 40.8 0.3 0.7
    
  18 years and over 8,717 8,669 -48 -0.6
  21 years and over 8,305 8,249 -56 -0.7
  62 years and over 2,058 1,899 -159 -7.7
  65 years and over 1,363 1,344 -19 -1.4
    
  18 years and over 8,717 8,669 -48 -0.6
   Male 4,246 4,172 -74 -1.7
   Female 4,471 4,497 26 0.6
    
  65 years and over 1,363 1,344 -19 -1.4
   Male 780 759 -21 -2.7
   Female 583 585 2 0.3
    
RACE     
 Total population 12,741 12,688 -53 -0.4
  One race 12,413 12,483 70 0.6
  Two or more races 328 205 -123 -37.5
    
 One race 12,413 12,483 70 0.6
  White 11,120 11,077 -43 -0.4
  Black or African American 225 224 -1 -0.4
  American Indian and Alaska Native 0 0 0...
   Cherokee tribal grouping 0 0 0...
   Chippewa tribal grouping 0 0 0...
   Navajo tribal grouping 0 0 0...
   Sioux tribal grouping 0 0 0...
  Asian 1,068 1,182 114 10.7
   Asian Indian 260 182 -78 -30.0
   Chinese 422 688 266 63.0
   Filipino 46 32 -14 -30.4
   Japanese 63 51 -12 -19.0
   Korean 160 158 -2 -1.3
   Vietnamese 11 0 -11 -100.0
   Other Asian 106 71 -35 -33.0
  Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 0 0 0...
   Native Hawaiian 0 0 0...
   Guamanian or Chamorro 0 0 0...
   Samoan 0 0 0...
   Other Pacific Islander 0 0 0...
  Some other race 0 0 0...
 Two or more races 328 205 -123 -37.5
  White and Black or African American 107 36 -71 -66.4
  White and American Indian and Alaska Native 0 0 0...
  White and Asian 221 169 -52 -23.5
  Black or African American and American Indian and Alaska Native 0 0 0...
    
Race alone or in combination with one or more other races     
 Total population 12,741 12,688 -53 -0.4
  White 11,448 11,282 -166 -1.5
  Black or African American 1,289 260 -1,029 -79.8
  American Indian and Alaska Native 0 0 0...
  Asian 0 1,351 1,351...
  Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 0 0 0...
  Some other race 0 0 0...
    
HISPANIC OR LATINO AND RACE     
 Total population 12,741 12,688 -53 -0.4
  Hispanic or Latino (of any race) 290 290 0 0.0
   Mexican 0 0 0...
   Puerto Rican 116 102 -14 -12.1
   Cuban 0 0 0...
   Other Hispanic or Latino 174 188 14 8.0
  Not Hispanic or Latino 12,451 12,398 -53 -0.4
   White alone 10,836 10,802 -34 -0.3
   Black or African American alone 225 224 -1 -0.4
   American Indian and Alaska Native alone 0 0 0...
   Asian alone 1,068 1,182 114 10.7
   Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone 0 0 0...
   Some other race alone 0 0 0...
   Two or more races 322 190 -132 -41.0
    Two races including Some other race 0 0 0...
    Two races excluding Some other race, and Three or more races 322 190 -132 -41.0
    
Total housing units 4,228 4,194 -34 -0.8
    
CITIZEN, VOTING AGE POPULATION     
Citizen, 18 and over population 8,177 8,186 9 0.1
 Male 4,013 3,945 -68 -1.7
 Female 4,164 4,241 77 1.8
    

 
2.2. Social Characteristics - goto top
- based on Census American Community Survey 5-year estimates; ACS 2015 and ACS 2016
- view/compare this area to other areas using social characteristics interactive table.
  Item2013 (ACS2015)2014 (ACS2016)Change% Change
HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE     
 Total households 4,019 3,948 -71 -1.8
  Family households (families) 3,520 3,485 -35 -1.0
   With own children of the householder under 18 years 2,021 2,005 -16 -0.8
  Married-couple family 3,276 3,166 -110 -3.4
   With own children of the householder under 18 years 1,908 1,837 -71 -3.7
  Male householder, no wife present, family 70 93 23 32.9
   With own children of the householder under 18 years 46 64 18 39.1
  Female householder, no husband present, family 174 226 52 29.9
   With own children of the householder under 18 years 67 104 37 55.2
  Nonfamily households 499 463 -36 -7.2
   Householder living alone 483 448 -35 -7.2
    65 years and over 268 204 -64 -23.9
    
  Households with one or more people under 18 years 2,039 2,041 2 0.1
  Households with one or more people 65 years and over 929 840 -89 -9.6
    
  Average household size 3.17 3.21 0.04 1.3
  Average family size 3.39 3.41 0.02 0.6
    
RELATIONSHIP     
 Population in households 12,726 12,672 -54 -0.4
  Householder 4,019 3,948 -71 -1.8
  Spouse 3,273 3,168 -105 -3.2
  Child 4,954 5,031 77 1.6
  Other relatives 177 213 36 20.3
  Nonrelatives 303 312 9 3.0
   Unmarried partner 53 63 10 18.9
    
MARITAL STATUS     
 Males 15 years and over 4,659 4,610 -49 -1.1
  Never married 1,085 1,033 -52 -4.8
  Now married, except separated 3,384 3,366 -18 -0.5
  Separated 0 0 0...
  Widowed 124 122 -2 -1.6
  Divorced 66 89 23 34.8
    
 Females 15 years and over 4,818 4,852 34 0.7
  Never married 987 1,115 128 13.0
  Now married, except separated 3,430 3,322 -108 -3.1
  Separated 22 19 -3 -13.6
  Widowed 111 113 2 1.8
  Divorced 268 283 15 5.6
    
FERTILITY     
  Number of women 15 to 50 years old who had a birth in the past 12 months 123 134 11 8.9
  Unmarried women (widowed, divorced, and never married) 3 3 0 0.0
   Per 1,000 unmarried women 3 3 0 0.0
  Per 1,000 women 15 to 50 years old 46 49 3 6.5
  Per 1,000 women 15 to 19 years old 6 6 0 0.0
  Per 1,000 women 20 to 34 years old 45 48 3 6.7
  Per 1,000 women 35 to 50 years old 57 62 5 8.8
    
GRANDPARENTS     
 Number of grandparents living with own grandchildren under 18 years 53 38 -15 -28.3
  Grandparents responsible for grandchildren 0 0 0...
Years responsible for grandchildren     
   Less than 1 year 0 0 0...
   1 or 2 years 0 0 0...
   3 or 4 years 0 0 0...
   5 or more years 0 0 0...
    
 Number of grandparents responsible for own grandchildren under 18 years 0 0 0...
  Who are female 0 0 0...
  Who are married 0 0 0...
    
SCHOOL ENROLLMENT     
 Population 3 years and over enrolled in school 4,123 4,276 153 3.7
  Nursery school, preschool 402 371 -31 -7.7
  Kindergarten 277 305 28 10.1
  Elementary school (grades 1-8) 1,725 1,822 97 5.6
  High school (grades 9-12) 1,042 1,073 31 3.0
  College or graduate school 677 705 28 4.1
    
EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT     
 Population 25 years and over 7,929 7,791 -138 -1.7
  Less than 9th grade 3 34 31 1033.3
  9th to 12th grade, no diploma 85 36 -49 -57.6
  High school graduate (includes equivalency) 186 291 105 56.5
  Some college, no degree 456 459 3 0.7
  Associate's degree 150 165 15 10.0
  Bachelor's degree 2,986 3,050 64 2.1
  Graduate or professional degree 4,063 3,756 -307 -7.6
    
  Percent high school graduate or higher 98.9 99.1 0.2 0.2
  Percent bachelor's degree or higher 88.9 87.4 -1.5 -1.7
    
VETERAN STATUS     
 Civilian population 18 years and over 8,717 8,669 -48 -0.6
  Civilian veterans 311 376 65 20.9
    
DISABILITY STATUS OF THE CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED POPULATION     
 Total Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 12,741 12,688 -53 -0.4
  With a disability 622 623 1 0.2
    
 Under 18 years 4,024 4,019 -5 -0.1
  With a disability 117 132 15 12.8
    
 18 to 64 years 7,354 7,325 -29 -0.4
  With a disability 237 233 -4 -1.7
    
 65 years and over 1,363 1,344 -19 -1.4
  With a disability 268 258 -10 -3.7
    
RESIDENCE 1 YEAR AGO     
 Population 1 year and over 12,580 12,530 -50 -0.4
  Same house 11,265 11,015 -250 -2.2
  Different house in the U.S. 1,178 1,400 222 18.8
   Same county 775 848 73 9.4
   Different county 403 552 149 37.0
    Same state 326 448 122 37.4
    Different state 77 104 27 35.1
  Abroad 137 115 -22 -16.1
    
PLACE OF BIRTH     
 Total population 12,741 12,688 -53 -0.4
  Native 11,230 11,206 -24 -0.2
   Born in United States 11,109 11,101 -8 -0.1
    State of residence 8,740 8,681 -59 -0.7
    Different state 2,369 2,420 51 2.2
   Born in Puerto Rico, U.S. Island areas, or born abroad to American parent( 121 105 -16 -13.2
  Foreign born 1,511 1,482 -29 -1.9
    
U.S. CITIZENSHIP STATUS     
 Foreign-born population 1,511 1,482 -29 -1.9
  Naturalized U.S. citizen 952 937 -15 -1.6
  Not a U.S. citizen 559 545 -14 -2.5
    
YEAR OF ENTRY     
 Population born outside the United States 1,632 1,587 -45 -2.8
    
  Native 121 105 -16 -13.2
   Entered 2010 or later 13 11 -2 -15.4
   Entered before 2010 108 94 -14 -13.0
    
  Foreign born 1,511 1,482 -29 -1.9
   Entered 2010 or later 140 176 36 25.7
   Entered before 2010 1,371 1,306 -65 -4.7
    
WORLD REGION OF BIRTH OF FOREIGN BORN     
 Foreign-born population, excluding population born at sea 1,511 1,482 -29 -1.9
  Europe 270 283 13 4.8
  Asia 864 980 116 13.4
  Africa 150 37 -113 -75.3
  Oceania 0 0 0...
  Latin America 183 128 -55 -30.1
  Northern America 44 54 10 22.7
    
LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME     
 Population 5 years and over 11,860 11,898 38 0.3
  English only 10,250 10,364 114 1.1
  Language other than English 1,610 1,534 -76 -4.7
   Speak English less than "very well" 307 410 103 33.6
  Spanish 139 135 -4 -2.9
   Speak English less than "very well" 11 23 12 109.1
  Other Indo-European languages 658 506 -152 -23.1
   Speak English less than "very well" 37 0 -37 -100.0
  Asian and Pacific Islander languages 590 758 168 28.5
   Speak English less than "very well" 233 360 127 54.5
  Other languages 223 135 -88 -39.5
   Speak English less than "very well" 26 27 1 3.8
    
ANCESTRY     
 Total population 12,741 12,688 -53 -0.4
  American 1,005 974 -31 -3.1
  Arab 206 91 -115 -55.8
  Czech 52 35 -17 -32.7
  Danish 19 26 7 36.8
  Dutch 79 109 30 38.0
  English 925 954 29 3.1
  French (except Basque) 304 230 -74 -24.3
  French Canadian 91 125 34 37.4
  German 1,419 1,277 -142 -10.0
  Greek 166 235 69 41.6
  Hungarian 97 104 7 7.2
  Irish 1,498 1,383 -115 -7.7
  Italian 1,912 2,007 95 5.0
  Lithuanian 7 0 -7 -100.0
  Norwegian 42 37 -5 -11.9
  Polish 974 992 18 1.8
  Portuguese 121 126 5 4.1
  Russian 897 874 -23 -2.6
  Scotch-Irish 63 119 56 88.9
  Scottish 199 241 42 21.1
  Slovak 53 47 -6 -11.3
  Subsaharan African 42 10 -32 -76.2
  Swedish 47 60 13 27.7
  Swiss 62 42 -20 -32.3
  Ukrainian 198 190 -8 -4.0
  Welsh 72 72 0 0.0
  West Indian (excluding Hispanic origin groups) 175 86 -89 -50.9
    
COMPUTERS AND INTERNET USE     
 Total households -9 -9 0 0.0
  With a computer -9 -9 0 0.0
  With a broadband Internet subscription -9 -9 0 0.0
    

 
2.3. Economic Characteristics - goto top
- based on Census American Community Survey 5-year estimates; ACS 2015 and ACS 2016
- view/compare this area to other areas using economic characteristics interactive table.
  Item2013 (ACS2015)2014 (ACS2016)Change% Change
EMPLOYMENT STATUS     
 Population 16 years and over 9,310 9,229 -81 -0.9
  In labor force 6,045 6,032 -13 -0.2
   Civilian labor force 6,045 6,032 -13 -0.2
    Employed 5,894 5,841 -53 -0.9
    Unemployed 151 191 40 26.5
   Armed Forces 0 0 0...
  Not in labor force 3,265 3,197 -68 -2.1
    
 Civilian labor force 6,045 6,032 -13 -0.2
  Unemployment Rate 2.5 3.2 0.7 28.0
    
 Females 16 years and over 4,734 4,746 12 0.3
  In labor force 2,603 2,648 45 1.7
   Civilian labor force 2,603 2,648 45 1.7
   Employed 2,515 2,523 8 0.3
    
Own children of the householder under 6 years 1,292 1,179 -113 -8.7
All parents in family in labor force 642 564 -78 -12.1
    
 Own children of the householder 6 to 17 years 2,640 2,713 73 2.8
  All parents in family in labor force 1,315 1,456 141 10.7
    
COMMUTING TO WORK     
 Workers 16 years and over 5,848 5,800 -48 -0.8
  Car, truck, or van -- drove alone 2,880 2,911 31 1.1
  Car, truck, or van -- carpooled 225 223 -2 -0.9
  Public transportation (excluding taxicab) 1,909 1,995 86 4.5
  Walked 144 72 -72 -50.0
  Other means 9 10 1 11.1
  Worked at home 681 589 -92 -13.5
    
  Mean travel time to work (minutes) 43.5 45.9 2.4 5.5
    
OCCUPATION     
 Civilian employed population 16 years and over 5,894 5,841 -53 -0.9
  Management, business, science, and arts occupations 4,286 4,373 87 2.0
  Service occupations 308 184 -124 -40.3
  Sales and office occupations 1,158 1,079 -79 -6.8
  Natural resources, construction, and maintenance occupations 29 31 2 6.9
  Production, transportation, and material moving occupations 113 174 61 54.0
    
INDUSTRY     
 Civilian employed population 16 years and over 5,894 5,841 -53 -0.9
  Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, and mining 30 30 0 0.0
  Construction 161 174 13 8.1
  Manufacturing 245 270 25 10.2
  Wholesale trade 194 133 -61 -31.4
  Retail trade 287 211 -76 -26.5
  Transportation and warehousing, and utilities 48 59 11 22.9
  Information 273 253 -20 -7.3
  Finance and insurance, and real estate and rental and leasing 1,227 1,213 -14 -1.1
  Professional, scientific, and management, and administrative and waste man 1,473 1,638 165 11.2
  Educational services, and health care and social assistance 1,275 1,251 -24 -1.9
  Arts, entertainment, and recreation, and accommodation and food services 316 271 -45 -14.2
  Other services, except public administration 287 253 -34 -11.8
  Public administration 78 85 7 9.0
    
CLASS OF WORKER     
 Civilian employed population 16 years and over 5,894 5,841 -53 -0.9
  Private wage and salary workers 4,940 4,827 -113 -2.3
  Government workers 466 468 2 0.4
  Self-employed in own not incorporated business workers 458 502 44 9.6
  Unpaid family workers 30 44 14 46.7
    
INCOME AND BENEFITS (IN 2015 INFLATION-ADJUSTED DOLLARS)     
 Total households 4,019 3,948 -71 -1.8
  Less than $10,000 59 88 29 49.2
  $10,000 to $14,999 13 13 0 0.0
  $15,000 to $24,999 76 74 -2 -2.6
  $25,000 to $34,999 141 120 -21 -14.9
  $35,000 to $49,999 83 43 -40 -48.2
  $50,000 to $74,999 227 170 -57 -25.1
  $75,000 to $99,999 168 175 7 4.2
  $100,000 to $149,999 529 485 -44 -8.3
  $150,000 to $199,999 521 453 -68 -13.1
  $200,000 or more 2,202 2,327 125 5.7
  Median household income (dollars) 212,528 244,527 31,999 15.1
  Mean household income (dollars) 312,693 334,662 21,969 7.0
    
  With earnings 3,545 3,542 -3 -0.1
   Mean earnings (dollars) 309,659 325,291 15,632 5.0
  With Social Security 809 778 -31 -3.8
   Mean Social Security income (dollars) 24,217 27,108 2,891 11.9
  With retirement income 422 459 37 8.8
   Mean retirement income (dollars) 49,558 63,764 14,206 28.7
    
  With Supplemental Security Income 19 0 -19 -100.0
   Mean Supplemental Security Income (dollars) -8 -1 7 -87.5
  With cash public assistance income 57 70 13 22.8
   Mean cash public assistance income (dollars) 1,765 2,126 361 20.5
  With Food Stamp/SNAP benefits in the past 12 months 25 26 1 4.0
    
 Families 3,520 3,485 -35 -1.0
  Less than $10,000 59 88 29 49.2
  $10,000 to $14,999 0 0 0...
  $15,000 to $24,999 11 8 -3 -27.3
  $25,000 to $34,999 101 90 -11 -10.9
  $35,000 to $49,999 42 17 -25 -59.5
  $50,000 to $74,999 190 139 -51 -26.8
  $75,000 to $99,999 119 131 12 10.1
  $100,000 to $149,999 399 416 17 4.3
  $150,000 to $199,999 489 361 -128 -26.2
  $200,000 or more 2,110 2,235 125 5.9
  Median family income (dollars) 243,523 250,000 6,477 2.7
  Mean family income (dollars) 335,355 358,256 22,901 6.8
    
  Per capita income (dollars) 99,981 105,327 5,346 5.3
    
 Nonfamily households 499 463 -36 -7.2
  Median nonfamily income (dollars) 96,635 103,257 6,622 6.9
  Mean nonfamily income (dollars) 141,725 144,268 2,543 1.8
    
 Median earnings for workers (dollars) 96,555 97,390 835 0.9
 Median earnings for male full-time, year-round workers (dollars) 201,210 202,401 1,191 0.6
 Median earnings for female full-time, year-round workers (dollars) 85,000 94,850 9,850 11.6
    
HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE     
 Civilian noninstitutionalized population 12,741 12,688 -53 -0.4
  With health insurance coverage 12,363 12,415 52 0.4
   With private health insurance 12,043 12,027 -16 -0.1
   With public coverage 1,382 1,430 48 3.5
  No health insurance coverage 378 273 -105 -27.8
    
 Civilian noninstitutionalized population under 18 years 4,024 4,019 -5 -0.1
  No health insurance coverage 32 16 -16 -50.0
    
 Civilian noninstitutionalized population 18 to 64 years 7,354 7,325 -29 -0.4
  In labor force: 5,508 5,493 -15 -0.3
   Employed: 5,357 5,302 -55 -1.0
    With health insurance coverage 5,127 5,196 69 1.3
     With private health insurance 5,115 5,183 68 1.3
     With public coverage 87 90 3 3.4
    No health insurance coverage 230 106 -124 -53.9
   Unemployed: 151 191 40 26.5
    With health insurance coverage 139 177 38 27.3
     With private health insurance 139 177 38 27.3
     With public coverage 7 6 -1 -14.3
    No health insurance coverage 12 14 2 16.7
  Not in labor force: 1,846 1,832 -14 -0.8
   With health insurance coverage 1,792 1,767 -25 -1.4
    With private health insurance 1,735 1,726 -9 -0.5
    With public coverage 88 84 -4 -4.5
   No health insurance coverage 54 65 11 20.4
    
Percent Families & People with Income in Past 12 Months Below Poverty Leve    
 All families 1.7 2.5 0.8 47.1
  With related children of the householder under 18 years 2.9 4.4 1.5 51.7
   With related children of the householder under 5 years only 0.0 0.0 0.0...
 Married couple families 0.0 0.3 0.3...
  With related children of the householder under 18 years 0.0 0.5 0.5...
   With related children of the householder under 5 years only 0.0 0.0 0.0...
 Families with female householder, no husband present 25.9 28.3 2.4 9.3
  With related children of the householder under 18 years 67.2 53.3 -13.9 -20.7
   With related children of the householder under 5 years only -1.0 -1.0 0.0 0.0
    
 All people 2.5 3.2 0.7 28.0
 Under 18 years 4.5 5.9 1.4 31.1
  Related children of the householder under 18 years 3.9 5.2 1.3 33.3
   Related children of the householder under 5 years 0.0 0.0 0.0...
   Related children of the householder 5 to 17 years 5.1 6.5 1.4 27.5
 18 years and over 1.6 2.0 0.4 25.0
 18 to 64 years 1.8 2.2 0.4 22.2
 65 years and over 0.7 0.6 -0.1 -14.3
 People in families 1.8 2.5 0.7 38.9
 Unrelated individuals 15 years and over 13.9 14.4 0.5 3.6
    

 
2.4. Housing Characteristics - goto top
- based on Census American Community Survey 5-year estimates; ACS 2015 and ACS 2016
- view/compare this area to other areas using housing characteristics interactive table.
  Item2013 (ACS2015)2014 (ACS2016)Change% Change
HOUSING OCCUPANCY     
 Total housing units 4,228 4,194 -34 -0.8
  Occupied housing units 4,019 3,948 -71 -1.8
  Vacant housing units 209 246 37 17.7
    
  Homeowner vacancy rate 1.5 1.2 -0.3 -20.0
  Rental vacancy rate 0.0 0.0 0.0...
    
UNITS IN STRUCTURE     
 Total housing units 4,228 4,194 -34 -0.8
 1-unit, detached 3,831 3,768 -63 -1.6
 1-unit, attached 210 222 12 5.7
 2 units 14 50 36 257.1
 3 or 4 units 54 70 16 29.6
 5 to 9 units 81 46 -35 -43.2
 10 to 19 units 38 38 0 0.0
 20 or more units 0 0 0...
 Mobile home 0 0 0...
 Boat, RV, van, etc. 0 0 0...
    
YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT     
 Total housing units 4,228 4,194 -34 -0.8
 Built 2014 or later 0 8 8...
 Built 2010 to 2013 13 31 18 138.5
 Built 2000 to 2009 178 172 -6 -3.4
 Built 1990 to 1999 351 352 1 0.3
 Built 1980 to 1989 499 508 9 1.8
 Built 1970 to 1979 643 498 -145 -22.6
 Built 1960 to 1969 625 609 -16 -2.6
 Built 1950 to 1959 731 737 6 0.8
 Built 1940 to 1949 273 286 13 4.8
 Built 1939 or earlier 915 993 78 8.5
    
ROOMS     
 Total housing units 4,228 4,194 -34 -0.8
 1 room 0 0 0...
 2 rooms 0 12 12...
 3 rooms 0 28 28...
 4 rooms 230 215 -15 -6.5
 5 rooms 216 237 21 9.7
 6 rooms 342 423 81 23.7
 7 rooms 559 490 -69 -12.3
 8 rooms 805 736 -69 -8.6
 9 rooms or more 2,076 2,053 -23 -1.1
 Median rooms 8.5 8.4 -0.1 -1.2
    
BEDROOMS     
 Total housing units 4,228 4,194 -34 -0.8
 No bedroom 0 0 0...
 1 bedroom 65 91 26 40.0
 2 bedrooms 401 440 39 9.7
 3 bedrooms 1,037 1,069 32 3.1
 4 bedrooms 1,839 1,761 -78 -4.2
 5 or more bedrooms 886 833 -53 -6.0
    
HOUSING TENURE     
 Occupied housing units 4,019 3,948 -71 -1.8
  Owner-occupied 3,762 3,725 -37 -1.0
  Renter-occupied 257 223 -34 -13.2
    
  Average household size of owner-occupied unit 3.18 3.22 0.04 1.3
  Average household size of renter-occupied unit 2.93 3.07 0.14 4.8
    
YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT     
 Occupied housing units 4,019 3,948 -71 -1.8
  Moved in 2015 or later 21 126 105 500.0
  Moved in 2010 to 2014 583 748 165 28.3
  Moved in 2000 to 2009 1,427 1,221 -206 -14.4
  Moved in 1990 to 1999 1,069 1,089 20 1.9
  Moved in 1980 to 1989 444 365 -79 -17.8
  Moved in 1979 and earlier 475 399 -76 -16.0
    
VEHICLES AVAILABLE     
 Occupied housing units 4,019 3,948 -71 -1.8
  No vehicles available 25 22 -3 -12.0
  1 vehicle available 588 641 53 9.0
  2 vehicles available 2,202 2,018 -184 -8.4
  3 or more vehicles available 1,204 1,267 63 5.2
    
HOUSE HEATING FUEL     
 Occupied housing units 4,019 3,948 -71 -1.8
  Utility gas 1,097 1,094 -3 -0.3
  Bottled, tank, or LP gas 103 130 27 26.2
  Electricity 280 167 -113 -40.4
  Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 2,491 2,536 45 1.8
  Coal or coke 0 0 0...
  Wood 48 21 -27 -56.3
  Solar energy 0 0 0...
  Other fuel 0 0 0...
  No fuel used 0 0 0...
    
SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS     
 Occupied housing units 4,019 3,948 -71 -1.8
  Lacking complete plumbing facilities 14 12 -2 -14.3
  Lacking complete kitchen facilities 27 12 -15 -55.6
  No telephone service available 26 28 2 7.7
    
OCCUPANTS PER ROOM     
 Occupied housing units 4,019 3,948 -71 -1.8
  1.00 or less 4,019 3,938 -81 -2.0
  1.01 to 1.50 0 10 10...
  1.51 or more 0 0 0...
    
VALUE     
 Owner-occupied units 3,762 3,725 -37 -1.0
  Less than $50,000 28 12 -16 -57.1
  $50,000 to $99,999 0 11 11...
  $100,000 to $149,999 0 0 0...
  $150,000 to $199,999 0 0 0...
  $200,000 to $299,999 43 61 18 41.9
  $300,000 to $499,999 216 257 41 19.0
  $500,000 to $999,999 1,783 1,611 -172 -9.6
  $1,000,000 or more 1,692 1,773 81 4.8
  Median (dollars) 952,100 977,100 25,000 2.6
    
MORTGAGE STATUS     
 Owner-occupied units 3,762 3,725 -37 -1.0
  Housing units with a mortgage 2,649 2,656 7 0.3
  Housing units without a mortgage 1,113 1,069 -44 -4.0
    
SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS (SMOC)     
 Housing units with a mortgage 2,649 2,656 7 0.3
  Less than $500 0 0 0...
  $500 to $999 48 21 -27 -56.3
  $1,000 to $1,499 0 23 23...
  $1,500 to $1,999 35 36 1 2.9
  $2,000 to $2,499 135 111 -24 -17.8
  $2,500 to $2,999 122 161 39 32.0
  $3,000 or more 2,309 2,304 -5 -0.2
  Median (dollars) 4,000 4,000 0 0.0
    
 Housing units without a mortgage 1,113 1,069 -44 -4.0
  Less than $250 0 0 0...
  $250 to $399 0 0 0...
  $400 to $599 0 0 0...
  $600 to $799 21 0 -21 -100.0
  $800 to $999 50 43 -7 -14.0
  $1,000 or more 1,042 1,026 -16 -1.5
  Median (dollars) 1,500 1,500 0 0.0
    
Monthly Owner Costs as Percent of Household Income (SMOCAPI)     
 Housing units with a mortgage (excluding units where SMOCAPI cannot be com 2,649 2,647 -2 -0.1
  Less than 20.0 percent 1,018 1,110 92 9.0
  20.0 to 24.9 percent 415 400 -15 -3.6
  25.0 to 29.9 percent 278 226 -52 -18.7
  30.0 to 34.9 percent 174 172 -2 -1.1
  35.0 percent or more 764 739 -25 -3.3
    
  Not computed 0 9 9...
    
 Housing unit without a mortgage (excl units where SMOCAPI cannot be comput 1,068 1,021 -47 -4.4
  Less than 10.0 percent 308 362 54 17.5
  10.0 to 14.9 percent 202 162 -40 -19.8
  15.0 to 19.9 percent 179 136 -43 -24.0
  20.0 to 24.9 percent 28 77 49 175.0
  25.0 to 29.9 percent 87 48 -39 -44.8
  30.0 to 34.9 percent 41 39 -2 -4.9
  35.0 percent or more 223 197 -26 -11.7
    
  Not computed 45 48 3 6.7
    
GROSS RENT     
 Occupied units paying rent 257 223 -34 -13.2
  Less than $500 16 16 0 0.0
  $500 to $999 14 15 1 7.1
  $1,000 to $1,499 69 33 -36 -52.2
  $1,500 to $1,999 31 24 -7 -22.6
  $2,000 to $2,499 59 66 7 11.9
  $2,500 to $2,999 17 7 -10 -58.8
  $3,000 or more 51 62 11 21.6
  Median (dollars) 1,976 2,178 202 10.2
    
  No rent paid 0 0 0...
    
Gross Rent as Percent of Household Income (GRAPI)     
 Occupied units paying rent (excluding units where GRAPI cannot be computed 257 223 -34 -13.2
  Less than 15.0 percent 54 59 5 9.3
  15.0 to 19.9 percent 53 55 2 3.8
  20.0 to 24.9 percent 17 19 2 11.8
  25.0 to 29.9 percent 14 15 1 7.1
  30.0 to 34.9 percent 49 13 -36 -73.5
  35.0 percent or more 70 62 -8 -11.4
    
  Not computed 0 0 0...

3.1. Business Establishment Characteristics - goto top
- based on Census ZIP Business Patterns ZBP ... see usage notes below
- view/compare this area to other areas using business establishments interactive table.
- this section expands to include 2016 data in May 2018.
  Industry2015
Establishments
2016
Establishments
Change% Change
  ------ Total for all sectors 329 ... ... ...
  23----   Construction 9 ... ... ...
  236///    Construction of Buildings 6 ... ... ...
  238///    Specialty Trade Contractors 3 ... ... ...
  31----   Manufacturing 4 ... ... ...
  336///    Transportation Equipment Manufacturing 1 ... ... ...
  337///    Furniture and Related Product Manufacturing 1 ... ... ...
  339///    Miscellaneous Manufacturing 2 ... ... ...
  42----   Wholesale Trade 15 ... ... ...
  423///    Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods 4 ... ... ...
  424///    Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods 6 ... ... ...
  425///    Wholesale Electronic Markets and Agents and Brokers 5 ... ... ...
  44----   Retail Trade 31 ... ... ...
  442///    Furniture and Home Furnishings Stores 2 ... ... ...
  444///    Building Material and Garden Equipment and Supplies Dealers 1 ... ... ...
  445///    Food and Beverage Stores 3 ... ... ...
  446///    Health and Personal Care Stores 3 ... ... ...
  447///    Gasoline Stations 2 ... ... ...
  448///    Clothing and Clothing Accessories Stores 8 ... ... ...
  451///    Sporting Goods, Hobby, Musical Instrument, and Book Stores 3 ... ... ...
  453///    Miscellaneous Store Retailers 3 ... ... ...
  454///    Nonstore Retailers 6 ... ... ...
  48----   Transportation and Warehousing 4 ... ... ...
  485///    Transit and Ground Passenger Transportation 2 ... ... ...
  488///    Support Activities for Transportation 2 ... ... ...
  51----   Information 7 ... ... ...
  511///    Publishing Industries (except Internet) 1 ... ... ...
  512///    Motion Picture and Sound Recording Industries 4 ... ... ...
  517///    Telecommunications 2 ... ... ...
  52----   Finance and Insurance 21 ... ... ...
  522///    Credit Intermediation and Related Activities 5 ... ... ...
  523///    Securities, Commodity Contracts, and Other Financial Investm 13 ... ... ...
  524///    Insurance Carriers and Related Activities 3 ... ... ...
  53----   Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 17 ... ... ...
  531///    Real Estate 17 ... ... ...
  54----   Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services 73 ... ... ...
  541///    Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services 73 ... ... ...
  55----   Management of Companies and Enterprises 1 ... ... ...
  551///    Management of Companies and Enterprises 1 ... ... ...
  56----   Administrative and Support and Waste Management and Remediat 13 ... ... ...
  561///    Administrative and Support Services 10 ... ... ...
  562///    Waste Management and Remediation Services 3 ... ... ...
  61----   Educational Services 10 ... ... ...
  611///    Educational Services 10 ... ... ...
  62----   Health Care and Social Assistance 42 ... ... ...
  621///    Ambulatory Health Care Services 33 ... ... ...
  6211//     Offices of Physicians 14 ... ... ...
  62111/      Offices of Physicians 14 ... ... ...
  621111       Offices of Physicians (except Mental Health Specialists) 13 ... ... ...
  621112       Offices of Physicians, Mental Health Specialists 1 ... ... ...
  6212//     Offices of Dentists 8 ... ... ...
  62121/      Offices of Dentists 8 ... ... ...
  6213//     Offices of Other Health Practitioners 9 ... ... ...
  62132/      Offices of Optometrists 2 ... ... ...
  62133/      Offices of Mental Health Practitioners (except Physicians) 4 ... ... ...
  62134/      Offices of Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapists, and 1 ... ... ...
  62139/      Offices of All Other Health Practitioners 2 ... ... ...
  621391       Offices of Podiatrists 1 ... ... ...
  621399       Offices of All Other Miscellaneous Health Practitioners 1 ... ... ...
  6215//     Medical and Diagnostic Laboratories 2 ... ... ...
  62151/      Medical and Diagnostic Laboratories 2 ... ... ...
  621512       Diagnostic Imaging Centers 2 ... ... ...
  624///    Social Assistance 9 ... ... ...
  6241//     Individual and Family Services 2 ... ... ...
  62419/      Other Individual and Family Services 2 ... ... ...
  6244//     Child Day Care Services 7 ... ... ...
  62441/      Child Day Care Services 7 ... ... ...
  71----   Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation 17 ... ... ...
  711///    Performing Arts, Spectator Sports, and Related Industries 8 ... ... ...
  712///    Museums, Historical Sites, and Similar Institutions 2 ... ... ...
  713///    Amusement, Gambling, and Recreation Industries 7 ... ... ...
  72----   Accommodation and Food Services 22 ... ... ...
  721///    Accommodation 1 ... ... ...
  722///    Food Services and Drinking Places 21 ... ... ...
  81----   Other Services (except Public Administration) 42 ... ... ...
  811///    Repair and Maintenance 3 ... ... ...
  812///    Personal and Laundry Services 27 ... ... ...
  813///    Religious, Grantmaking, Civic, Professional, and Similar Org 12 ... ... ...
  99----   Industries not classified 1 ... ... ...

Source: ProximityOne and Census Bureau.
Notes:
  negative values in 2015, 2016 data columns indicate data not available.

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Accessing and Consuming the Data. The HTML document is designed for use with any browser using a tablet, laptop or desktop. The nature of the material is not intended for optimal use via cellphone.

ACS Survey-based Estimates. All ACS estimates are subject to errors of estimation and other sources of error. The 2015 and 2016 data are based on 5-year estimates. The ACS 2015 data are centric to mid 2013. The ACS 2016 data are centric to mid 2014. Change columns, 2015-16 are not recommended for use to measure annual change.

ACS Data Values & Top-coding.
- ACS 2015 median housing value is top-coded at $1,000,000
- ACS 2016 median housing value is top-coded at $2,000,000

Negative values appearing in the data columns 2015 and 2016 indicate data not available. Note that a value of zero appearing in the data columns 2015 and 2016 may not in actuality be zero; as described above, these are estimates based on survey respondent data.

Housing Price Index Notes. The Housing Price Index (HPI) is shown as an index with a base year of 2010. This HPI shows housing value appreciation since 2010. The HPI 2010 base year index is not available for all ZIP codes. Where tabulated, the HPI corresponds to a ZIP code area geography which may differ from the Census ZIP code area geography used elsewhere in this report. See the HPI by ZIP Code section for more information.

ZIP Business Patterns Notes. The ZIP Business Patterns (ZBP) provide data on the number of establishments, employment and earnings. The ZBP data corresponds to a ZIP code area geography which may differ from the Census ZIP code area geography used elsewhere in this report. ZBP data reflect place of employment whereas ACS data reflect place of residence. See the ZBP section for more information.

Detailed industry detail shown in section 3.1. use NAICS type of business codes. While the underlying database can be used to show all 6-digit detail, this profile is limited to 3-digit level, except for the Health Services sector (62) for which all types of business are shown.

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Related Resources ... goto top
  • ZIP Code Data Analytics
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  • ZIP Business Patterns - business establishments
  • Health Care & Social Assistance Establishments by ZIP Code
  • ZIP Code-County-Metro Equivalencing
  • ZIP Code-City/Place Equivalencing
  • Housing Price Index by ZIP Code
  • ZIP Code Urban/Rural Interactive Table
  • ZIP Code-Census Tract Equivalence Table

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