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Demographics
Total population 22,752 Population Estimates, 2019 [1]
Population by race and ethnicity American Community Survey, 2015-2019
White non-Hispanic19,478 ±133 87.3% ±0.6%
Of Color2,823 ±136 12.7% ±0.6%
American Indian880 ±294 3.9% ±1.3%
Asiansuppressed
Black306 ±143 1.4% ±0.6%
Hispanic (any race)892 ±124 4.0% ±0.6%
Some other racesuppressed
Two or more races554 ±261 2.5% ±1.2%
Population by age American Community Survey, 2015-2019
Under 51,330 ±168 6.0% ±0.8%
5 to 173,514 ±261 15.8% ±1.2%
18 to 6414,173 ±281 63.6% ±1.2%
65+3,284 ±199 14.7% ±0.9%
Median age36.6 ±0.9 American Community Survey, 2015-2019
Population by gender American Community Survey, 2015-2019
Female11,123 ±275 49.9% ±1.2%
Male11,178 ±275 50.1% ±1.2%
Aging
Total civilian, non-institutionalized population (65+)3,037 ±202 American Community Survey, 2015-2019
Individuals with one or more disabilities (65+)767 ±219 25.3% ±7.0%
Economy
Median household income$69,014 ±$4,597 American Community Survey, 2015-2019
Population for whom poverty status is determined21,827 ±200 American Community Survey, 2015-2019 [2]
In poverty1,782 ±382 8.2% ±1.7% American Community Survey, 2015-2019
Under 5 (percent of people under age 5)suppressed
5 to 17 (percent of people age 5 to 17)331 ±177 9.7% ±5.1%
18 to 64 (percent of people age 18 to 64)1,101 ±288 7.8% ±2.0%
65+ (percent of people age 65+)302 ±122 9.9% ±3.9%
Health
Total civilian, non-institutionalized population21,866 ±173 American Community Survey, 2015-2019
Individuals with one or more disabilities1,798 ±361 8.2% ±1.6%
Total civilian, non-institutionalized population (under age 65)18,829 ±345 American Community Survey, 2015-2019
Individuals without health insurance1,218 ±301 6.5% ±1.6%
Housing
Cost burdened households2,016 ±407 20.8% ±4.0% American Community Survey, 2015-2019 [3]
Cost burdened owners (percent of homeowners)713 ±196 11.2% ±3.0%
Cost burdened renters (percent of renters)1,303 ±356 39.1% ±9.4%
Homeownership, number and rate6,398 ±436 64.9% ±3.8% American Community Survey, 2015-2019
White non-Hispanic6,141 ±381 69.9% ±3.6%
Of Colorsuppressed
Vacant housing units784 ±322 7.4% ±3.0% American Community Survey, 2015-2019
Immigration
Foreign born421 ±123 1.9% ±0.6% American Community Survey, 2015-2019
Speaks language other than English954 ±317 4.5% ±1.5% American Community Survey, 2015-2019
Transportation
Commute time 30 minutes or longer (workers age 16+)1,553 ±387 12.2% ±3.0% American Community Survey, 2015-2019
Workforce
Percentage of adults working (age 16 to 64) 86.1% ±2.3% American Community Survey, 2015-2019
Adult population by educational attainment American Community Survey, 2015-2019
Total adult population (age 25+)15,619 ±244
Less than high school1,283 ±239 8.2% ±1.5%
High school or equivalent4,112 ±433 26.3% ±2.7%
Some college or associate's degree5,706 ±500 36.5% ±3.1%
Bachelor's degree or higher4,518 ±468 28.9% ±3.0%

"Suppressed" indicates that data are unavailable, an estimate is unreliable, or data are suppressed because too few cases were recorded in the time period.

[1] Note that the total population number and the sum of population breakdowns under Demographics in the city profiles may be different. The population estimate from the U.S. Census Bureau’s Population Estimates program provides the most current snapshot of population for cities of this size and is recommended to be used for population counts. This estimate, however, does not provide breakdowns by different population characteristics. For population breakdowns by race and ethnicity, age, and gender, the American Community Survey (ACS) population counts are used instead.

[2] The American Community Survey uses a subset of the population for whom household income is known to calculate poverty figures. Any individual whose poverty status or income is unknown is excluded from poverty tabulations. For this reason, the population for whom poverty status is determined is slightly smaller than the total population. See more information here: https://www.census.gov/topics/income-poverty/poverty/guidance/poverty-measures.html.

[3] Households paying 30% or more of their gross income for housing are considered to be cost burdened.

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