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Decennial Census data
      1880-1890  |   1950-1960  |   1970-1990  |   2000-2010         More Census Bureau data here
                 
  Census 2000   Census 2010   2006-2010 ACS*
TOTAL POPULATION 20,718 100.0%   21,532 100.0%   21,007 100.0%
In households 20,386 98.4%   21,217 98.5%      
In group quarters 332 1.6%   315 1.5%      
           
RACE          
White 13,061 63.0%   10,177 47.3%      
Black or African American 165 0.8%   179 0.8%      
American Indian and Alaska Native 47 0.2%   33 0.2%      
Asian 5,651 27.3%   9,205 42.8%      
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 238 1.1%   214 1.0%      
Some other race 745 3.6%   776 3.6%      
Two or more races 811 3.9%   948 4.4%      
           
HISPANIC OR LATINO AND RACE          
Hispanic or Latino (of any race) 2,376 11.5%   2,555 11.9%      
Not Hispanic or Latino 18,342 88.5%   18,977 88.1%      
White 11,674 56.3%   8,736 40.6%      
Black or African American 154 0.7%   158 0.7%      
American Indian and Alaska Native 24 0.1%   11 0.1%      
Asian 5,614 27.1%   9,155 42.5%      
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 227 1.1%   197 0.9%      
Some other race 61 0.3%   46 0.2%      
Two or more races 588 2.8%   674 3.1%      
           
SEX          
Male 9,801 47.3%   10,201 47.4%      
Female 10,917 52.7%   11,331 52.6%      
           
AGE          
Under 5 years 955 4.6%   1,075 5.0%      
5 to 17 years 3,307 16.0%   3,262 15.1%      
18 to 64 years 12,143 58.6%   12,959 60.2%      
65 years and over 4,313 20.8%   4,236 19.7%      
Median age 42.3 X   44.8 X      
           
HOUSEHOLDS          
Total households 7,956 100.0%   7,994 100.0%      
Family households 5,511 69.3%   5,726 71.6%      
Families with children under 18 2,248 28.3%   2,388 29.9%      
Average household size 2.56 X   2.65 X      
Average family size 3.08 X   3.15 X      
           
HOUSING OCCUPANCY          
Total housing units 8,113 100.0%   8,372 100.0%   8,537 100.0%
Occupied housing units 7,956 98.1%   7,994 95.5%   8,111 95.0%
Owner-occupied housing units 5,092 64.0%   5,076 63.5%   5,165 63.7%
Renter-occupied housing units 2,864 36.0%   2,918 36.5%   2,946 36.3%
Vacant housing units 157 1.9%   378 4.5%   426 5.0%
1 unit, detached housing 5,317 65.5%   5,432 63.6%
Median value owner occupied unit (dollars) 552,500 X         925,300 X
Median gross rent (dollars) 1,161 X         1,433 X
       
PLACE OF BIRTH BY CITIZENSHIP STATUS      
Native 13,639 65.8%         13,169 62.7%
Foreign born 7,088 34.2%         7,838 37.3%
Naturalized citizen 4,514 21.8%         5,399 25.7%
Not a citizen 2,574 12.4%         2,439 11.6%
       
INCOME AND POVERTY IN 1999        
Median household income (dollars) 68,404 X         80,763 X
Median family income (dollars) 82,061 X         100,619 X
Per capita income (dollars) 33,193 X         40,556 X
Individuals in poverty 693 3.4%         1,223 5.9%
       
EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT      
Population 25 and over 15,273 100.0%         15,334 100.0%
High school graduate 3,614 23.7%           19.8%
Bachelor's degree 3,501 22.9%           26.9%
Graduate or professional degree 1,659 10.9%           13.6%
       
COMMUTING TO WORK      
Mean travel time to work (minutes) 25.3 X         27.3 X
       
MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK FOR WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER      
Total 9,448 100.0%         9,569 100.0%
Car, truck, or van: 8,272 87.6%         7,843 82.0%
Drove alone 7,297 77.2%         6,499 67.9%
Carpooled 975 10.3%         1,344 14.0%
Public transportation (Census 2000 includes taxicabs, ACS excludes them) 502 5.3%         847 8.9%
Bus or trolley bus 142 1.5%         279 2.9%
Streetcar or trolley car 5 0.1%         10 0.1%
Subway or elevated 143 1.5%         432 4.5%
Railroad 196 2.1%         126 1.3%
Ferryboat 0 0.0%         0 0.0%
Taxicab 16 0.2%         0 0.0%
Motorcycle 12 0.1%         41 0.4%
Bicycle 45 0.5%         22 0.2%
Walked 188 2.0%         288 3.0%
Other means 69 0.7%         199 2.1%
Worked at home 360 3.8%         329 3.4%
         
LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT BY OCCUPATION        
Employed civilian population 16 years and over 9,651 100.0%         10,064 100.0%
Management, professional and related 3,991 41.1%         4,386 43.6%
Service 1,126 11.7%         1,269 12.6%
Sales and office 2,969 30.8%         2,650 26.3%
Farming, fishing & forestry 8 0.1%         Included in following category  
Construction, extraction, and maintenance 779 8.1%         982 9.8%
Production, transportation, and material moving 778 8.1%         777 7.7%
       
CLASS OF WORKER          
Self-employed workers 956 9.9%         1,057 10.5%
 
 
                Source: Census 2000 SF1, SF3, DP1-DP4, CTPP, Census 2010 DP-1, American Community Survey 2006-2010
 
                      * Go to tables in American Factfinder to view information on methodology and margins of error
 

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