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Employment (11)
IndicatorYears available
Discrete YearsACS-5 YearForecasts
Males Age 16 and Over in the Labor Force, Number (more)

Data Element

Males Age 16 and Over in the Labor Force, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of Males Age 16 and Over in the Labor Force

2006-2010
Females Age 16 and Over in the Labor Force, Number (more)

Data Element

Females Age 16 and Over in the Labor Force, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of females age 16 and over in the labor force.

2006-2010
Females Age 16 and Over in the Labor Force, Percent (more)

Data Element

Females Age 16 and Over in the Labor Force, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of females age 16 and over in the labor force. (Labor Force Participation Rate)

2006-2010
Population Age 16 and Over in the Labor Force, Number (more)

Data Element

Population Age 16 and Over in the Labor Force, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of persons age 16 and over in the labor force.

2006-2010
Total Employment, Number (more)

Data Element

Total Employment, Number

Source

MORPC

Description

Total employment number. Derived from Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW).

2010 2035
Office Employment, Number (more)

Data Element

Office Employment, Number

Source

MORPC

Description

Number of people with office employment. Derived from Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW).

2010 2035
Retail Service Employment, Number (more)

Data Element

Retail Service Employment, Number

Source

MORPC

Description

Number of people with retail service employment. Derived from Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW).

2010 2035
Retail Goods Employment, Number (more)

Data Element

Retail Goods Employment, Number

Source

MORPC

Description

Number of people with retail goods employment. Derived from Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW).

2010 2035
Industrial Employment, Number (more)

Data Element

Industrial Employment, Number

Source

MORPC

Description

Number of people with industrial employment. Derived from Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW).

2010 2035
Other Employment, Number (more)

Data Element

Other Employment, Number

Source

MORPC

Description

Number of people with other employment. Derived from Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW).

2010 2035
Unemployment Rate (more)

Data Element

Unemployment Rate

Source

Ohio Department of Job and Family Services

Description

Percent rate of unemployment

2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
Household Characteristics (18)
IndicatorYears available
Discrete YearsACS-5 YearForecasts
Families, Percent of Households (more)

Data Element

Families, Percent of Households

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of households that are families. Families are a subset of households in include a householder (spouse, parent, etc.) and at least one related dependent (other spouse, child, elderly mother, etc.).

2006-2010
Two-parent Households with Children, Number (more)

Data Element

Two-parent Households with Children, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of households that have two parents with children.

2006-2010
Two-parent Households with Children, Percent (more)

Data Element

Two-parent Households with Children, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of households that have two parents with children.

2006-2010
Male-headed Households with Children, Number (more)

Data Element

Male-headed Households with Children, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of households that are male-headed households with children.

2006-2010
Male-headed Households with Children, Percent (more)

Data Element

Male-headed Households with Children, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of households that are male-headed households with children.

2006-2010
Female-headed Households with Children, Number (more)

Data Element

Female-headed Households with Children, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of households that are female-headed households with children.

2006-2010
Female-headed Households with Children, Percent (more)

Data Element

Female-headed Households with Children, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of households that are female-headed households with children.

2006-2010
Nonfamily Households, Number (more)

Data Element

Nonfamily Households, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of households that are nonfamily households.

2006-2010
Nonfamily Households, Percent (more)

Data Element

Nonfamily Households, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of households that are nonfamily households.

2006-2010
Families, Percent of Households (more)

Data Element

Families, Percent of Households

Source

Census 2010

Description

Percent of households that are families. Families are a subset of households in include a householder (spouse, parent, etc.) and at least one related dependent (other spouse, child, elderly mother, etc.).

2010
Two-parent Households with Children, Number (more)

Data Element

Two-parent Households with Children, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of households that have two parents with children.

2010
Two-parent Households with Children, Percent (more)

Data Element

Two-parent Households with Children, Percent

Source

Census 2010

Description

Percent of households that have two parents with children.

2010
Male-headed Households with Children, Number (more)

Data Element

Male-headed Households with Children, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of households that are male-headed households with children.

2010
Male-headed Households with Children, Percent (more)

Data Element

Male-headed Households with Children, Percent

Source

Census 2010

Description

Percent of households that are male-headed households with children.

2010
Female-headed Households with Children, Number (more)

Data Element

Female-headed Households with Children, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of households that are female-headed households with children.

2010
Female-headed Households with Children, Percent (more)

Data Element

Female-headed Households with Children, Percent

Source

Census 2010

Description

Percent of households that are female-headed households with children.

2010
Nonfamily Households, Number (more)

Data Element

Nonfamily Households, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of households that are nonfamily households.

2010
Nonfamily Households, Percent (more)

Data Element

Nonfamily Households, Percent

Source

Census 2010

Description

Percent of households that are nonfamily households.

2010
Housing (28)
IndicatorYears available
Discrete YearsACS-5 YearForecasts
Housing Units, Number (more)

Data Element

Housing Units, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of housing units.

2006-2010
Occupied Housing Units, Number (more)

Data Element

Occupied Housing Units, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of occupied housing units.

2006-2010
Occupied Housing Units, Percent (more)

Data Element

Occupied Housing Units, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of housing units that are occupied.

2006-2010
Vacant Housing Units, Number (more)

Data Element

Vacant Housing Units, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of vacant housing units according to Census 2000. The data on vacancy status were obtained from Enumerator Questionnaire Item C. Vacancy status and other characteristics of vacant units were determined by census enumerators obtaining information from landlords, owners, neighbors, rental agents, and others.

2006-2010
Vacant Housing Units, Percent (more)

Data Element

Vacant Housing Units, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of housing units that are vacant according to Census 2000. The data on vacancy status were obtained from Enumerator Questionnaire Item C. Vacancy status and other characteristics of vacant units were determined by census enumerators obtaining information from landlords, owners, neighbors, rental agents, and others.

2006-2010
Owner-Occupied Housing Units, Number (more)

Data Element

Owner-Occupied Housing Units, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of owner-occupied housing units.

2006-2010
Owner-Occupied Housing Units, Percent (more)

Data Element

Owner-Occupied Housing Units, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of housing units that are owner-occupied. This is not the traditional "Homeownership Rate" as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau and Department of Housing and Urban Development. The Homeownership Rate is usually calculated by taking the number of owner-occupied housing units and dividing by the total number of OCCUPIED housing units. This percent uses the total housing units for this denominator.

2006-2010
Renter-Occupied Housing Units, Number (more)

Data Element

Renter-Occupied Housing Units, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of renter-occupied housing units.

2006-2010
Renter-Occupied Housing Units, Percent (more)

Data Element

Renter-Occupied Housing Units, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of housing units that are renter-occupied.

2006-2010
Median Monthly Rent (more)

Data Element

Median Monthly Rent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Median monthly rent.

2006-2010
Median Value (more)

Data Element

Median Value

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Median value of housing units.

2006-2010
Median Year Structure Built (more)

Data Element

Median Year Structure Built

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Median year structure built.

2006-2010
Housing Units Where Owner Costs are Greater than 35% of Household Income, Number (more)

Data Element

Housing Units Where Owner Costs are Greater than 35% of Household Income, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of housing units where owner housing cost is greater than 35% of household income.

2006-2010
Housing Units Where Owner Costs are Greater than 35% of Household Income, Percent (more)

Data Element

Housing Units Where Owner Costs are Greater than 35% of Household Income, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of housing units where owner housing cost is greater than 35% of household income.

2006-2010
Housing Units Where Renter Costs are Greater than 35% of Household Income, Number (more)

Data Element

Housing Units Where Renter Costs are Greater than 35% of Household Income, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of housing units where renter housing cost is greater than 35% of household income.

2006-2010
Housing Units Where Renter Costs are Greater than 35% of Household Income, Percent (more)

Data Element

Housing Units Where Renter Costs are Greater than 35% of Household Income, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of housing units where renter housing cost is greater than 35% of household income.

2006-2010
Housing Units, Number (more)

Data Element

Housing Units, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of housing units.

2010
Occupied Housing Units, Number (more)

Data Element

Occupied Housing Units, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of occupied housing units.

2010
Occupied Housing Units, Percent (more)

Data Element

Occupied Housing Units, Percent

Source

Census 2010

Description

Percent of housing units that are occupied.

2010
Vacant Housing Units, Number (more)

Data Element

Vacant Housing Units, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of vacant housing units according to Census 2000. The data on vacancy status were obtained from Enumerator Questionnaire Item C. Vacancy status and other characteristics of vacant units were determined by census enumerators obtaining information from landlords, owners, neighbors, rental agents, and others.

2010
Vacant Housing Units, Percent (more)

Data Element

Vacant Housing Units, Percent

Source

Census 2010

Description

Percent of housing units that are vacant according to Census 2000. The data on vacancy status were obtained from Enumerator Questionnaire Item C. Vacancy status and other characteristics of vacant units were determined by census enumerators obtaining information from landlords, owners, neighbors, rental agents, and others.

2010
Owner-Occupied Housing Units, Number (more)

Data Element

Owner-Occupied Housing Units, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of owner-occupied housing units.

2010
Owner-Occupied Housing Units, Percent (more)

Data Element

Owner-Occupied Housing Units, Percent

Source

Census 2010

Description

Percent of housing units that are owner-occupied. This is not the traditional "Homeownership Rate" as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau and Department of Housing and Urban Development. The Homeownership Rate is usually calculated by taking the number of owner-occupied housing units and dividing by the total number of OCCUPIED housing units. This percent uses the total housing units for this denominator.

2010
Renter-Occupied Housing Units, Number (more)

Data Element

Renter-Occupied Housing Units, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of renter-occupied housing units.

2010
Renter-Occupied Housing Units, Percent (more)

Data Element

Renter-Occupied Housing Units, Percent

Source

Census 2010

Description

Percent of housing units that are renter-occupied.

2010
Total Residential Permits, Number (more)

Data Element

Total Residential Permits, Number

Source

MORPC

Description

Total number of residential permits issued

2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
Single-Family Residential Permits, Number (more)

Data Element

Single-Family Residential Permits, Number

Source

MORPC

Description

Number of single-family residential permits issued

2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
Multi-Family Residential Permits, Number (more)

Data Element

Multi-Family Residential Permits, Number

Source

MORPC

Description

Number of multi-family residential permits issued

2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
Income (7)
IndicatorYears available
Discrete YearsACS-5 YearForecasts
Median Household Income (more)

Data Element

Median Household Income

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Median household income (in dollars).

2006-2010
Median Family Income (more)

Data Element

Median Family Income

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Median family income.

2006-2010
Per Capita Income (more)

Data Element

Per Capita Income

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Per capita income.

2006-2010
Persons in Poverty, Number (more)

Data Element

Persons in Poverty, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of persons living below the poverty level.

2006-2010
Persons in Poverty, Percent of Total Population (more)

Data Element

Persons in Poverty, Percent of Total Population

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of persons living below the poverty level. This is not the traditional Poverty Rate as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau. The Census definition of Poverty Rate figures the total number of people living below poverty divided by the total number of people for whom poverty status is determined, which is the total population MINUS those living in group quarters. So this rate is likely to be the same or less than the Census poverty rate.

2006-2010
Children in Poverty, Number (more)

Data Element

Children in Poverty, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of children (age 0-17) living below the poverty level.

2006-2010
Children in Poverty, Percent of Total Children (more)

Data Element

Children in Poverty, Percent of Total Children

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of children (age 0-17) living below the poverty level.

2006-2010
Land Use (8)
IndicatorYears available
Discrete YearsACS-5 YearForecasts
Agricultural Land Use, Percent (more)

Data Element

Agricultural Land Use, Percent

Source

MORPC

Description

Percent of land devoted to agriculture

2010 2035
Commercial Land Use, Percent (more)

Data Element

Commercial Land Use, Percent

Source

MORPC

Description

Percent of land devoted to commercial use

2010 2035
Industrial and Warehouse Land Use, Percent (more)

Data Element

Industrial and Warehouse Land Use, Percent

Source

MORPC

Description

Percent of land devoted to industrial use and warehouses

2010 2035
Other Land Use, Percent (more)

Data Element

Other Land Use, Percent

Source

MORPC

Description

Percent of land devoted to other uses

2010 2035
Parks and Open Space Land Use, Percent (more)

Data Element

Parks and Open Space Land Use, Percent

Source

MORPC

Description

Percent of land devoted to parks and open space

2010 2035
Public Service Land Use, Percent (more)

Data Element

Public Service Land Use, Percent

Source

MORPC

Description

Percent of land devoted to public service

2010 2035
Quarry Land Use, Percent (more)

Data Element

Quarry Land Use, Percent

Source

MORPC

Description

Percent of land devoted to quarries

2010 2035
Residential Land Use, Percent (more)

Data Element

Residential Land Use, Percent

Source

MORPC

Description

Percent of land devoted to residential use

2010 2035
Population (92)
IndicatorYears available
Discrete YearsACS-5 YearForecasts
Total Population, Number (more)

Data Element

Total Population, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of persons.

2006-2010
White Alone, Number (more)

Data Element

White Alone, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of Whites alone (see general comments on Census Data on Race).

2006-2010
White Alone, Percent (more)

Data Element

White Alone, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of total persons who are White alone (see general comments about Census Data on Race).

2006-2010
Black or African American Alone, Number (more)

Data Element

Black or African American Alone, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of African Americans alone (see general comments on Census data on Race).

2006-2010
Black or African American Alone, Percent (more)

Data Element

Black or African American Alone, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of persons who are African American alone (see general comments on Census data on Race).

2006-2010
American Indian, Eskimo or Aleutian Alone, Number (more)

Data Element

American Indian, Eskimo or Aleutian Alone, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of American Indian, Eskimo or Aleutians alone (see general comments about Census Data on Race).

2006-2010
American Indian, Eskimo or Aleutian Alone, Percent (more)

Data Element

American Indian, Eskimo or Aleutian Alone, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of total persons who are American Indian, Eskimo or Aleutian alone (see general comments about Census Data on Race).

2006-2010
Asian Alone, Number (more)

Data Element

Asian Alone, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of Asians alone (see general comments about Census Data on Race).

2006-2010
Asian Alone, Percent (more)

Data Element

Asian Alone, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of total persons who are Asian alone (see general comments about Census Data on Race).

2006-2010
Hawaiian or Pacific Islander Alone, Number (more)

Data Element

Hawaiian or Pacific Islander Alone, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of Hawaiians or Pacific Islanders alone (see general comments about Census Data on Race).

2006-2010
Hawaiian or Pacific Islander Alone, Percent (more)

Data Element

Hawaiian or Pacific Islander Alone, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of total persons who are Hawaiian or Pacific Islander alone (see general comments about Census Data on Race).

2006-2010
Some Other Race Alone, Number (more)

Data Element

Some Other Race Alone, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of other races alone (see general comments about Census Data on Race).

2006-2010
Some Other Race Alone, Percent (more)

Data Element

Some Other Race Alone, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of total persons who are of other races alone (see general comments about Census Data on Race).

2006-2010
Hispanic or Latino, Number (more)

Data Element

Hispanic or Latino, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of Hispanics or Latinos (see general comments about Census Data on Hispanics/Latinos). (Hispanics and Latinos are not considered a race by the Census Bureau but, rather, an origin.)

2006-2010
Hispanic or Latino, Percent (more)

Data Element

Hispanic or Latino, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of total persons who are Hispanic or Latino. (See general comments about Census Data on Hispanics/Latinos) (Hispanics and Latinos are not considered a race by the Census Bureau but, rather, an origin.)

2006-2010
Population 0-4 Years Old, Number (more)

Data Element

Population 0-4 Years Old, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of persons 0-4 years old.

2006-2010
Population 0-4 Years Old, Percent (more)

Data Element

Population 0-4 Years Old, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of total population that is 0-4 years old.

2006-2010
Population Age 65 and Over, Number (more)

Data Element

Population Age 65 and Over, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of persons 65+ years old.

2006-2010
Population Age 65 and Over, Percent (more)

Data Element

Population Age 65 and Over, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of total population that is 65+ years old.

2006-2010
Population Age 25 and Over, Number (more)

Data Element

Population Age 25 and Over, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of persons age 25 and over. (This number is used as a denominator for the educational attainment rates.)

2006-2010
Median Age of the Population (more)

Data Element

Median Age of the Population

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Median age in years of the total population. The median refers to the age that represents the midpoint - half of the population is above the median, and half are below the median.

2006-2010
Males, Number (more)

Data Element

Males, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of males.

2006-2010
Males, Percent (more)

Data Element

Males, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of total persons who are male.

2006-2010
Females, Number (more)

Data Element

Females, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of females.

2006-2010
Females, Percent (more)

Data Element

Females, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of total persons who are female.

2006-2010
Households, Number (more)

Data Element

Households, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of households.

2006-2010
Families, Number (more)

Data Element

Families, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of families. Families are a subset of households in include a householder (spouse, parent, etc.) and at least one related dependent (other spouse, child, elderly mother, etc.).

2006-2010
Children (Ages 0-17), Number (more)

Data Element

Children (Ages 0-17), Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of children ages 0-17 years old.

2006-2010
Children (Ages 0-17), Percent (more)

Data Element

Children (Ages 0-17), Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of total persons who are children ages 0-17 years old.

2006-2010
School-aged Children (Ages 5-17), Number (more)

Data Element

School-aged Children (Ages 5-17), Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of children 5-17 years old. This number is the denominator for several school indicators.

2006-2010
School-aged Children (Ages 5-17), Percent of Total Children (more)

Data Element

School-aged Children (Ages 5-17), Percent of Total Children

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of children that are 5-17 years old.

2006-2010
Persons Living Alone, Number (more)

Data Element

Persons Living Alone, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of persons living alone.

2006-2010
Persons Living Alone, Percent (more)

Data Element

Persons Living Alone, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of total persons who are persons living alone.

2006-2010
Grandparents Responsible for Grandchildren, Number (more)

Data Element

Grandparents Responsible for Grandchildren, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of grandparents responsible for their own grandchildren under 18 years old.

2006-2010
Grandparents Responsible for Grandchildren, Percent (more)

Data Element

Grandparents Responsible for Grandchildren, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of total persons who are grandparents responsible for their own grandchildren under 18 years old.

2006-2010
Foreign-born Persons with Year of Entry from 1990 to March 2000, Number (more)

Data Element

Foreign-born Persons with Year of Entry from 1990 to March 2000, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of foreign-born persons that entered the U.S. from 1990 to March 2000. (March 2000 was the latest month before the Census was taken.)

2006-2010
Foreign-born Persons with Year of Entry from 1990 to March 2000, Percent (more)

Data Element

Foreign-born Persons with Year of Entry from 1990 to March 2000, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of total population who were foreign-born persons that entered the U.S. from 1990 to March 2000. (March 2000 was the latest month before the Census was taken.)

2006-2010
Foreign-born Persons with Year of Entry from 2000 to March 2010, Number (more)

Data Element

Foreign-born Persons with Year of Entry from 2000 to March 2010, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of foreign-born persons that entered the U.S. from 2000 to March 2010. (March 2010 was the latest month before the Census was taken.)

2006-2010
Foreign-born Persons with Year of Entry from 2000 to March 2010, Percent (more)

Data Element

Foreign-born Persons with Year of Entry from 2000 to March 2010, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of total population who were foreign-born persons that entered the U.S. from 2000 to March 2010. (March 2010 was the latest month before the Census was taken.)

2006-2010
Males Age 16 and Over, Number (more)

Data Element

Males Age 16 and Over, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of Males Age 16 and Over

2006-2010
Females Age 16 and Over, Number (more)

Data Element

Females Age 16 and Over, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of females age 16 and over.

2006-2010
Population Age 16 and Over, Number (more)

Data Element

Population Age 16 and Over, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of persons age 16 and over.

2006-2010
Total Population, Number (more)

Data Element

Total Population, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of persons.

2010
White Alone, Number (more)

Data Element

White Alone, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of Whites alone (see general comments on Census Data on Race).

2010
White Alone, Percent (more)

Data Element

White Alone, Percent

Source

Census 2010

Description

Percent of total persons who are White alone (see general comments about Census Data on Race).

2010
Black or African American Alone, Number (more)

Data Element

Black or African American Alone, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of African Americans alone (see general comments on Census data on Race).

2010
Black or African American Alone, Percent (more)

Data Element

Black or African American Alone, Percent

Source

Census 2010

Description

Percent of persons who are African American alone (see general comments on Census data on Race).

2010
American Indian, Eskimo or Aleutian Alone, Number (more)

Data Element

American Indian, Eskimo or Aleutian Alone, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of American Indian, Eskimo or Aleutians alone (see general comments about Census Data on Race).

2010
American Indian, Eskimo or Aleutian Alone, Percent (more)

Data Element

American Indian, Eskimo or Aleutian Alone, Percent

Source

Census 2010

Description

Percent of total persons who are American Indian, Eskimo or Aleutian alone (see general comments about Census Data on Race).

2010
Asian Alone, Number (more)

Data Element

Asian Alone, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of Asians alone (see general comments about Census Data on Race).

2010
Asian Alone, Percent (more)

Data Element

Asian Alone, Percent

Source

Census 2010

Description

Percent of total persons who are Asian alone (see general comments about Census Data on Race).

2010
Hawaiian or Pacific Islander Alone, Number (more)

Data Element

Hawaiian or Pacific Islander Alone, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of Hawaiians or Pacific Islanders alone (see general comments about Census Data on Race).

2010
Hawaiian or Pacific Islander Alone, Percent (more)

Data Element

Hawaiian or Pacific Islander Alone, Percent

Source

Census 2010

Description

Percent of total persons who are Hawaiian or Pacific Islander alone (see general comments about Census Data on Race).

2010
Some Other Race Alone, Number (more)

Data Element

Some Other Race Alone, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of other races alone (see general comments about Census Data on Race).

2010
Some Other Race Alone, Percent (more)

Data Element

Some Other Race Alone, Percent

Source

Census 2010

Description

Percent of total persons who are of other races alone (see general comments about Census Data on Race).

2010
Hispanic or Latino, Number (more)

Data Element

Hispanic or Latino, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of Hispanics or Latinos (see general comments about Census Data on Hispanics/Latinos). (Hispanics and Latinos are not considered a race by the Census Bureau but, rather, an origin.)

2010
Hispanic or Latino, Percent (more)

Data Element

Hispanic or Latino, Percent

Source

Census 2010

Description

Percent of total persons who are Hispanic or Latino. (See general comments about Census Data on Hispanics/Latinos) (Hispanics and Latinos are not considered a race by the Census Bureau but, rather, an origin.)

2010
Population 0-4 Years Old, Number (more)

Data Element

Population 0-4 Years Old, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of persons 0-4 years old.

2010
Population 0-4 Years Old, Percent (more)

Data Element

Population 0-4 Years Old, Percent

Source

Census 2010

Description

Percent of total population that is 0-4 years old.

2010
Population 5-11 Years Old, Number (more)

Data Element

Population 5-11 Years Old, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of persons 5-11 years old.

2010
Population 5-11 Years Old, Percent (more)

Data Element

Population 5-11 Years Old, Percent

Source

Census 2010

Description

Percent of total population that is 5-11 years old.

2010
Population 12-14 Years Old, Number (more)

Data Element

Population 12-14 Years Old, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of persons 12-14 years old.

2010
Population 12-14 Years Old, Percent (more)

Data Element

Population 12-14 Years Old, Percent

Source

Census 2010

Description

Percent of total population that is 12-14 years old.

2010
Population 15-18 Years Old, Number (more)

Data Element

Population 15-18 Years Old, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of persons 15-18 years old.

2010
Population 15-18 Years Old, Percent (more)

Data Element

Population 15-18 Years Old, Percent

Source

Census 2010

Description

Percent of total population that is 15-18 years old.

2010
Population 0-3 Years Old, Number (more)

Data Element

Population 0-3 Years Old, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of persons 0-3 years old.

2010
Population 0-3 Years Old, Percent (more)

Data Element

Population 0-3 Years Old, Percent

Source

Census 2010

Description

Percent of total population that is 0-3 years old.

2010
Population 4-11 Years Old, Number (more)

Data Element

Population 4-11 Years Old, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of persons 4-11 years old.

2010
Population 4-11 Years Old, Percent (more)

Data Element

Population 4-11 Years Old, Percent

Source

Census 2010

Description

Percent of total population that is 4-11 years old.

2010
Population Age 65 and Over, Number (more)

Data Element

Population Age 65 and Over, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of persons 65+ years old.

2010
Population Age 65 and Over, Percent (more)

Data Element

Population Age 65 and Over, Percent

Source

Census 2010

Description

Percent of total population that is 65+ years old.

2010
Median Age of the Population (more)

Data Element

Median Age of the Population

Source

Census 2010

Description

Median age in years of the total population. The median refers to the age that represents the midpoint - half of the population is above the median, and half are below the median.

2010
Population 0-1 Years Old, number (more)

Data Element

Population 0-1 Years Old, number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of persons 0-1 years old.

2010
Population 2-3 Years Old, number (more)

Data Element

Population 2-3 Years Old, number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of persons 2-3 years old.

2010
Population 4-5 Years Old, number (more)

Data Element

Population 4-5 Years Old, number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of persons 4-5 years old.

2010
Population 6-18 Years Old, number (more)

Data Element

Population 6-18 Years Old, number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of persons 6-18 years old.

2010
Males, Number (more)

Data Element

Males, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of males.

2010
Males, Percent (more)

Data Element

Males, Percent

Source

Census 2010

Description

Percent of total persons who are male.

2010
Females, Number (more)

Data Element

Females, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of females.

2010
Females, Percent (more)

Data Element

Females, Percent

Source

Census 2010

Description

Percent of total persons who are female.

2010
Households, Number (more)

Data Element

Households, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of households.

2010
Families, Number (more)

Data Element

Families, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of families. Families are a subset of households in include a householder (spouse, parent, etc.) and at least one related dependent (other spouse, child, elderly mother, etc.).

2010
Children (Ages 0-17), Number (more)

Data Element

Children (Ages 0-17), Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of children ages 0-17 years old.

2010
Children (Ages 0-17), Percent (more)

Data Element

Children (Ages 0-17), Percent

Source

Census 2010

Description

Percent of total persons who are children ages 0-17 years old.

2010
School-aged Children (Ages 5-17), Number (more)

Data Element

School-aged Children (Ages 5-17), Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of children 5-17 years old. This number is the denominator for several school indicators.

2010
School-aged Children (Ages 5-17), Percent of Total Children (more)

Data Element

School-aged Children (Ages 5-17), Percent of Total Children

Source

Census 2010

Description

Percent of children that are 5-17 years old.

2010
Persons Living Alone, Number (more)

Data Element

Persons Living Alone, Number

Source

Census 2010

Description

Number of persons living alone.

2010
Persons Living Alone, Percent (more)

Data Element

Persons Living Alone, Percent

Source

Census 2010

Description

Percent of total persons who are persons living alone.

2010
Total Population, Number (more)

Data Element

Total Population, Number

Source

MORPC

Description

Total population. Derived from Census 2010.

2010 2035
Population not in Group Living Quarters, Number (more)

Data Element

Population not in Group Living Quarters, Number

Source

MORPC

Description

Number of people not in group living situations. Derived from Census 2010.

2010 2035
Population in Group Living Quarters, Number (more)

Data Element

Population in Group Living Quarters, Number

Source

MORPC

Description

Number of people in group living situations. Derived from Census 2010.

2010 2035
Households, Number (more)

Data Element

Households, Number

Source

MORPC

Description

Number of households. Derived from Census 2010.

2010 2035
Public Assistance and Child Welfare (47)
IndicatorYears available
Discrete YearsACS-5 YearForecasts
Children on FCCS Open Cases at the End of the Year, Number (more)

Data Element

Children on FCCS Open Cases at the End of the Year, Number

Source

Franklin County Children Services

Description

Number of children in open Franklin County Children Services cases on the last date of the quarter. "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child).

2010, 2011
Children on FCCS Open Cases at the End of the Year, Percent of Total Children (more)

Data Element

Children on FCCS Open Cases at the End of the Year, Percent of Total Children

Source

Franklin County Children Services and Census 2000

Description

Percent of total children in open Franklin County Children Services cases on the last date of the quarter. "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child).

2010, 2011
Children on FCCS Open Cases with Dependency as Protective Reason for Opening, Number (more)

Data Element

Children on FCCS Open Cases with Dependency as Protective Reason for Opening, Number

Source

Franklin County Children Services

Description

Number of children at Franklin County Children Services on open cases for a protective reason because of dependency. "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child). A dependent child is one who is homeless, destitute or without adequate parental care and support through no fault of the parent or caregiver, or a child who lives in a home in which another child is abused, neglected or dependent.

2010, 2011
Children on FCCS Open Cases with Dependency as Protective Reason for Opening, Percent of Open Cases (more)

Data Element

Children on FCCS Open Cases with Dependency as Protective Reason for Opening, Percent of Open Cases

Source

Franklin County Children Services

Description

Percent of children on open cases at Franklin County Children Services who are dependent. "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child). A dependent child is one who is homeless, destitute or without adequate parental care and support through no fault of the parent or caregiver, or a child who lives in a home in which another child is abused, neglected or dependent.

2010, 2011
Children on FCCS Open Cases with Dependency as Protective Reason for Opening, Percent of Total Children (more)

Data Element

Children on FCCS Open Cases with Dependency as Protective Reason for Opening, Percent of Total Children

Source

Franklin County Children Services and Census 2000

Description

Percent of total children on open cases for a protective reason at Franklin County Children Services because of dependency. "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child).

2010, 2011
Children on FCCS Open Cases Living with Family Member (Parent or Relative), Number (more)

Data Element

Children on FCCS Open Cases Living with Family Member (Parent or Relative), Number

Source

Franklin County Children Services

Description

Number of children on open cases at Franklin County Children Services who are living with a family member (parent or relative). "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child).

2010, 2011
Children on FCCS Open Cases Living with Family Member (Parent or Relative), Percent of Children on Open Cases (more)

Data Element

Children on FCCS Open Cases Living with Family Member (Parent or Relative), Percent of Children on Open Cases

Source

Franklin County Children Services

Description

Percent of children on open cases at Franklin County Children Services who are living with a family member (parent or relative). "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child). Children who are living with a family member have been removed from their primary caregiver for a protective reason and placed with a new caregiver.

2010, 2011
Children on FCCS Open Cases Living with Family Member (Parent or Relative), Percent of Total Children (more)

Data Element

Children on FCCS Open Cases Living with Family Member (Parent or Relative), Percent of Total Children

Source

Franklin County Children Services and Census 2000

Description

Percent of children who are on open cases at Franklin County Children Services and living with a family member (parent or relative). "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child). Children who are living with a family member have been removed from their primary caregiver for a protective reason and placed with a new caregiver.

2010, 2011
Children 0-4 Years Old on FCCS Open Cases, Number (more)

Data Element

Children 0-4 Years Old on FCCS Open Cases, Number

Source

Franklin County Children Services

Description

Number of children 0-4 years old on open cases at Franklin County Children Services. "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child).

2010, 2011
Children 0-4 Years Old on FCCS Open Cases, Percent of Open Cases (more)

Data Element

Children 0-4 Years Old on FCCS Open Cases, Percent of Open Cases

Source

Franklin County Children Services

Description

Percent of children on open cases at Franklin County Children Services who are 0-4 years old. "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child).

2010, 2011
Children 0-4 Years Old on FCCS Open Cases, Percent of Total Children 0-4 (more)

Data Element

Children 0-4 Years Old on FCCS Open Cases, Percent of Total Children 0-4

Source

Franklin County Children Services and Census 2000

Description

Percent of total children 0-4 years old on open cases at Franklin County Children Services. "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child).

2010, 2011
Children 5-11 Years Old on FCCS Open Cases, Number (more)

Data Element

Children 5-11 Years Old on FCCS Open Cases, Number

Source

Franklin County Children Services

Description

Number of children 5-11 years old on open cases at Franklin County Children Services. "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child).

2010, 2011
Children 5-11 Years Old on FCCS Open Cases, Percent of Open Cases (more)

Data Element

Children 5-11 Years Old on FCCS Open Cases, Percent of Open Cases

Source

Franklin County Children Services

Description

Percent of children on open cases at Franklin County Children Services who are 5-11 years old. "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child).

2010, 2011
Children 5-11 Years Old on FCCS Open Cases, Percent of Total Children 5-11 (more)

Data Element

Children 5-11 Years Old on FCCS Open Cases, Percent of Total Children 5-11

Source

Franklin County Children Services and Census 2000

Description

Percent of total children 5-11 years old on open cases at Franklin County Children Services. "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child).

2010, 2011
Children 12-14 Years Old on FCCS Open Cases, Number (more)

Data Element

Children 12-14 Years Old on FCCS Open Cases, Number

Source

Franklin County Children Services

Description

Number of children 12-14 years old on open cases at Franklin County Children Services. "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child).

2010, 2011
Children 12-14 Years Old on FCCS Open Cases, Percent of Open Cases (more)

Data Element

Children 12-14 Years Old on FCCS Open Cases, Percent of Open Cases

Source

Franklin County Children Services

Description

Percent of children on open cases at Franklin County Children Services who are 12-14 years old. "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child).

2010, 2011
Children 12-14 Years Old on FCCS Open Cases, Percent of Total Children 12-14 (more)

Data Element

Children 12-14 Years Old on FCCS Open Cases, Percent of Total Children 12-14

Source

Franklin County Children Services and Census 2000

Description

Percent of total children 12-14 years old on open cases at Franklin County Children Services. "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child).

2010, 2011
Children 15-18+ Years Old on FCCS Open Cases, Number (more)

Data Element

Children 15-18+ Years Old on FCCS Open Cases, Number

Source

Franklin County Children Services

Description

Number of children 15-18+ years old on open cases at Franklin County Children Services. (There are a very small number of 19 year olds on open cases.) "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child).

2010, 2011
Children 15-18+ Years Old on FCCS Open Cases, Percent of Open Cases (more)

Data Element

Children 15-18+ Years Old on FCCS Open Cases, Percent of Open Cases

Source

Franklin County Children Services

Description

Percent of children on open cases at Franklin County Children Services who are 15-18+ years old. (There are a very small number of 19 year olds on open cases.) "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child).

2010, 2011
Children 15-18+ Years Old on FCCS Open Cases, Percent of Total Children 15-18 (more)

Data Element

Children 15-18+ Years Old on FCCS Open Cases, Percent of Total Children 15-18

Source

Franklin County Children Services and Census 2000

Description

Percent of total children 15-18 years old on open cases at Franklin County Children Services. (There are a very small number of 19 year olds on open cases. Under 18 is the definition of "children" used by Census 2000.) "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child).

2010, 2011
Children on FCCS Open Cases Living in Paid Care, Number (more)

Data Element

Children on FCCS Open Cases Living in Paid Care, Number

Source

Franklin County Children Services

Description

Number of children on open cases at Franklin County Children Services living in paid care. (Note: Placements outside of Franklin County are not represented.) "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child). Paid care refers to any of several FCCS service providers that offer protective care of children who have been maltreated by their primary caregivers.

2010, 2011
Children on FCCS Open Cases Living in Paid Care, Percent of Open Cases (more)

Data Element

Children on FCCS Open Cases Living in Paid Care, Percent of Open Cases

Source

Franklin County Children Services

Description

Percent of children on open cases at Franklin County Children Services living in paid care. (Note: Placements outside of Franklin County are not represented.) "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child). Paid care refers to any of several FCCS service providers that offer protective care of children who have been maltreated by their primary caregivers.

2010, 2011
Children on FCCS Open Cases Living in Paid Care, Percent of Total Children (more)

Data Element

Children on FCCS Open Cases Living in Paid Care, Percent of Total Children

Source

Franklin County Children Services and Census 2000

Description

Percent of total children living in paid care through Franklin County Chidlren Services. (Note: Placements outside of Franklin County are not represented.) "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child). Paid care refers to any of several FCCS service providers that offer protective care of children who have been maltreated by their primary caregivers.

2010, 2011
Children on FCCS Open Cases with Abuse or Neglect as Reason for Opening, Number (more)

Data Element

Children on FCCS Open Cases with Abuse or Neglect as Reason for Opening, Number

Source

Franklin County Children Services

Description

Number of children on open cases at Franklin County Children Services with abuse or neglect as the reason for opening. "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child). Abuse refers to a child with bruises, marks or injuries inflicted by other than accidental means (physical abuse), or any sexual activity between an adult and a child (sexual abuse), or a child who is belittled, ignored or subject to mental or psychological maltreatment (emotional abuse). Neglect occurs when a parent or caregiver fails to act on behalf of a child to provide adequate food, shelter, clothing, medical care, supervision or education.

2010, 2011
Children on FCCS Open Cases with Abuse or Neglect as Reason for Opening, Percent of Children on Open Cases (more)

Data Element

Children on FCCS Open Cases with Abuse or Neglect as Reason for Opening, Percent of Children on Open Cases

Source

Franklin County Children Services

Description

Percent of children on open cases at Franklin County Children Services with abuse or neglect as a reason for opening. "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child). Abuse refers to a child with bruises, marks or injuries inflicted by other than accidental means (physical abuse), or any sexual activity between an adult and a child (sexual abuse), or a child who is belittled, ignored or subject to mental or psychological maltreatment (emotional abuse). Neglect occurs when a parent or caregiver fails to act on behalf of a child to provide adequate food, shelter, clothing, medical care, supervision or education.

2010, 2011
Children on FCCS Open Cases with Abuse or Neglect as Reason for Opening, Percent of Total Children (more)

Data Element

Children on FCCS Open Cases with Abuse or Neglect as Reason for Opening, Percent of Total Children

Source

Franklin County Children Services and Census 2000

Description

Percent of total children with abuse or neglect as a reason for opening case at Franklin County Children Services. "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child). Abuse refers to a child with bruises, marks or injuries inflicted by other than accidental means (physical abuse), or any sexual activity between an adult and a child (sexual abuse), or a child who is belittled, ignored or subject to mental or psychological maltreatment (emotional abuse). Neglect occurs when a parent or caregiver fails to act on behalf of a child to provide adequate food, shelter, clothing, medical care, supervision or education.

2010, 2011
Children on FCCS Open Cases with Unruly/Delinquent as Reason for Opening, Number (more)

Data Element

Children on FCCS Open Cases with Unruly/Delinquent as Reason for Opening, Number

Source

Franklin County Children Services

Description

Number of children on open cases at Franklin County Children Services with unruly or delinquent as the reason for opening. "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child). An unruly child does not subject himself to parental control or authority. A delinquent child is one who violates the law or court order, including being habitually truant after being determined unruly for truancy.

2010, 2011
Children on FCCS Open Cases with Unruly/Delinquent as Reason for Opening, Percent of Children on Open Cases (more)

Data Element

Children on FCCS Open Cases with Unruly/Delinquent as Reason for Opening, Percent of Children on Open Cases

Source

Franklin County Children Services

Description

Percent of children on open cases at Franklin County Children Services with unruly or delinquent as a reason for opening. "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child). An unruly child does not subject himself to parental control or authority. A delinquent child is one who violates the law or court order, including being habitually truant after being determined unruly for truancy.

2010, 2011
Children on FCCS Open Cases with Unruly/Delinquent as Reason for Opening, Percent of Total Children (more)

Data Element

Children on FCCS Open Cases with Unruly/Delinquent as Reason for Opening, Percent of Total Children

Source

Franklin County Children Services and Census 2000

Description

Percent of total children with unruly or delinquent as a reason for opening case at Franklin County Children Services. "Open" cases are those where FCCS has opened a case file because of an investigation or the results of an investigation (i.e., substantiated abuse or neglect, alternative placement, or some other action has been taken in the best interest of the child). An unruly child does not subject himself to parental control or authority. A delinquent child is one who violates the law or court order, including being habitually truant after being determined unruly for truancy.

2010, 2011
Persons Receiving Food Stamps, Number (more)

Data Element

Persons Receiving Food Stamps, Number

Source

Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services

Description

Number of persons receiving food stamps from the Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services.

2010, 2011
Persons Receiving Food Stamps, Percent (more)

Data Element

Persons Receiving Food Stamps, Percent

Source

Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services and Census 2000

Description

Percent of total population receiving food stamps from the Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services.

2010, 2011
Persons Receiving Disability Assistance, Number (more)

Data Element

Persons Receiving Disability Assistance, Number

Source

Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services

Description

Number of persons receiving disability assistance (cash) from the Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services.

2010, 2011
Persons Receiving Disability Assistance, Percent (more)

Data Element

Persons Receiving Disability Assistance, Percent

Source

Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services and Census 2000

Description

Percent of total population receiving disability assistance (cash) from the Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services.

2010, 2011
Persons Receiving Medicaid Assistance, Number (more)

Data Element

Persons Receiving Medicaid Assistance, Number

Source

Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services

Description

Number of persons receiving Medicaid assistance from the Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services.

2010, 2011
Persons Receiving Medicaid Assistance, Percent (more)

Data Element

Persons Receiving Medicaid Assistance, Percent

Source

Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services and Census 2000

Description

Percent of total population receiving Medicaid assistance from the Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services.

2010, 2011
Persons Receiving Ohio Works First Assistance and/or Temporary Assistance to Needy Families, Number (more)

Data Element

Persons Receiving Ohio Works First Assistance and/or Temporary Assistance to Needy Families, Number

Source

Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services

Description

Number of persons receiving Ohio Works First and/or Temporary Assistance to Needy Families assistance from the Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services.

2010, 2011
Persons Receiving Ohio Works First Assistance and/or Temporary Assistance to Needy Families, Percent (more)

Data Element

Persons Receiving Ohio Works First Assistance and/or Temporary Assistance to Needy Families, Percent

Source

Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services and Census 2000

Description

Percent of total population receiving Ohio Works First and/or Temporary Assistance to Needy Families assistance from the Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services.

2010, 2011
Subsidized Child Care Recipients Age 0-1, Number (more)

Data Element

Subsidized Child Care Recipients Age 0-1, Number

Source

Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services

Description

Number of children age 0-1 in child care subsidized by the Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services.

2010, 2011
Subsidized Child Care Recipients Age 0-1, Percent (more)

Data Element

Subsidized Child Care Recipients Age 0-1, Percent

Source

Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services and Census 2000

Description

Percent of children age 0-1 receiving child care from providers subsidized by the Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services.

2010, 2011
Subsidized Child Care Recipients Age 2-3, Number (more)

Data Element

Subsidized Child Care Recipients Age 2-3, Number

Source

Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services

Description

Number of children age 2-3 in child care subsidized by the Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services.

2010, 2011
Subsidized Child Care Recipients Age 2-3, Percent (more)

Data Element

Subsidized Child Care Recipients Age 2-3, Percent

Source

Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services and Census 2000

Description

Percent of children age 2-3 receiving child care from providers subsidized by the Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services.

2010, 2011
Subsidized Child Care Recipients Age 4-5, Number (more)

Data Element

Subsidized Child Care Recipients Age 4-5, Number

Source

Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services

Description

Number of children age 4-5 in child care subsidized by the Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services.

2010, 2011
Subsidized Child Care Recipients Age 4-5, Percent (more)

Data Element

Subsidized Child Care Recipients Age 4-5, Percent

Source

Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services and Census 2000

Description

Percent of children age 4-5 receiving child care from providers subsidized by the Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services.

2010, 2011
Subsidized Child Care Recipients Age 6-18, Number (more)

Data Element

Subsidized Child Care Recipients Age 6-18, Number

Source

Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services

Description

Number of children age 6-18 in child care subsidized by the Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services.

2010, 2011
Subsidized Child Care Recipients Age 6-18, Percent (more)

Data Element

Subsidized Child Care Recipients Age 6-18, Percent

Source

Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services and Census 2000

Description

Percent of children age 6-18 receiving child care from providers subsidized by the Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services.

2010, 2011
Subsidized Child Care Recipients, Number (more)

Data Element

Subsidized Child Care Recipients, Number

Source

Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services

Description

Number of Subsidized Child Care Recipients

2010, 2011
Subsidized Child Care Recipients, Percent (more)

Data Element

Subsidized Child Care Recipients, Percent

Source

Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services and Census 2000

Description

Percent of Subsidized Child Care Recipients

2010, 2011
Student Characteristics (6)
IndicatorYears available
Discrete YearsACS-5 YearForecasts
Not a High School Graduate, Number (more)

Data Element

Not a High School Graduate, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of persons age 25 and over who have not attained a high school diploma.

2006-2010
Not a High School Graduate, Percent (more)

Data Element

Not a High School Graduate, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of persons age 25 and over who have not attained a high school diploma.

2006-2010
Attained a High School Diploma or Higher, Number (more)

Data Element

Attained a High School Diploma or Higher, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of persons age 25 and over who attained a high school diploma or better.

2006-2010
Attained a High School Diploma or Higher, Percent (more)

Data Element

Attained a High School Diploma or Higher, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of persons age 25 and over who attained a high school diploma or better.

2006-2010
Attained a Bachelor's Degree or Higher, Number (more)

Data Element

Attained a Bachelor's Degree or Higher, Number

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Number of persons age 25 and over who attained a Bachelor's Degree or better.

2006-2010
Attained a Bachelor's Degree or Higher, Percent (more)

Data Element

Attained a Bachelor's Degree or Higher, Percent

Source

American Community Survey 5-Year 2010

Description

Percent of persons age 25 and over who attained a Bachelor's Degree or better.

2006-2010
Transportation (7)
IndicatorYears available
Discrete YearsACS-5 YearForecasts
Total Alternative Fuel Stations, Number (more)

Data Element

Total Alternative Fuel Stations, Number

Source

U.S. Department of Energy

Description

Total number of alternative fueling stations

2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
Biodiesel Fueling Stations, Number (more)

Data Element

Biodiesel Fueling Stations, Number

Source

U.S. Department of Energy

Description

Number of biodiesel fueling stations

2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
Natural Gas Fueling Stations, Number (more)

Data Element

Natural Gas Fueling Stations, Number

Source

U.S. Department of Energy

Description

Number of natural gas fueling stations

2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
Ethanol Fueling Stations, Number (more)

Data Element

Ethanol Fueling Stations, Number

Source

U.S. Department of Energy

Description

Number of ethanol fueling stations

2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
Propane Fueling Stations, Number (more)

Data Element

Propane Fueling Stations, Number

Source

U.S. Department of Energy

Description

Number of propane fueling stations

2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
Electric Charging Stations, Number (more)

Data Element

Electric Charging Stations, Number

Source

U.S. Department of Energy

Description

Number of electric charging stations

2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
CNG Fueling Stations, Number (more)

Data Element

CNG Fueling Stations, Number

Source

U.S. Department of Energy

Description

Number of CNG fueling stations

2009, 2010, 2011, 2012