Demographics

Current Population Trends
The July 1, 2008, population estimate was 5683 - a decline of 514 persons or 8.3% since April 1, 2000 (6,197 persons).

2000 United States Census
According to the 2000 U.S. Census:
  • Median Age of Population - 39.8 years
  • Total Households - 2670
  • Total population 16 years and over in labor force (by residence) - 2952
  • Employed Civilian Population (16 years and older) - 2940
    • Occupation
      • 21% Production, Transportation and Material Moving Occupations
      • 24.8% Sales and Office Occupations
      • 22.8% Management, Professional and Related Occupations
      • 17.7% Service Occupations
      • 9.9% Construction, Extraction and Maintenance Occupations
      • 3.7% Farming, Fishing and Forestry Occupations
    • Industry
      • 20.7% Manufacturing
      • 17.4% Educational, Health and Social Services
      • 17% Retail Trade
      • 4.4% Arts, Entertainment, Recreation, Accommodation and Food Services
      • 8.1% Construction
      • 2.9% Transportation and Warehousing and Utilities
      • 7.4% Other Services (except Public Administration)
      • 5.1% Finance, Insurance, Real Estate and Rental and Leasing
      • 3.3% Professional, Scientific, Management, Administrative, and Waste Management Services
      • 3.9% Public Administration
      • 4.2% Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting and mining
      • 3.3% Wholesale Trade
      • 2.2% Information
  • Per Capita Personal Income - $15,793
  • Median Household Income - $30,098
  • School Enrollment (population 3 years and over) - 1280
  • Educational Attainment (population 25 years and older) - 4,303
    • 79.8% high school diploma or more
    • 13.3% bachelor’s degree or more