Base Economy - All Businesses
|Income and Benefits||Estimate|
|Less than $24,999||228|
|$200,000 or more||471|
|Median household income (dollars)||$103,648|
|Mean household income (dollars)||$107,199|
|Health Insurance Coverage||Estimate|
|Civilian noninstitutionalized population||3,659|
|With health insurance coverage||3,604|
|With private health insurance||3,334|
|With public coverage||777|
|No health insurance coverage||55|
|Civilian noninstitutionalized population under 18 years||739|
|Civilian noninstitutionalized population under 18 years with no health insurance coverage||6|
|Sex and Age||Estimate|
|Median age (years)||38.8|
|18 years and over||2,202|
|65 years and over||897|
|Hispanic or Latino||236|
|Black or African American||87|
|American Indian and Alaska Native||11|
|Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander||0|
|Some other race||31|
|Two or more races||94|
|Place of Birth||Estimate|
|Born in United States||2,160|
|State of residence||997|
|Born in Puerto Rico, U.S. Island areas and born abroad to American parent(s)||51|
|Civilian population 18 years and over||3,099|
|Total civilian noninstitutionalized population||3,659|
|With a disability||371|
|Total housing units||2,001|
|Occupied housing units||1,843|
|Vacant housing units||158|
|Sold, but vacant||0|
|Rented, but vacant||22|
|Occupied housing units||1,843|
|Average household size of owner-occupied unit||1.92|
|Average household size of renter-occupied unit||1.99|
|Occupied units paying rent||1,531|
|Population 3 years and over enrolled in school||989|
|Nursery school, preschool||98|
|Elementary school (grades 1-4)||206|
|Middle school (grades 5-8)||117|
|High school (grades 9-12)||53|
|College undergrate and graduate school||452|
|Population 25 years and over||2,830|
|Less than high school graduate||72|
|High school graduate (includes equivalency)||175|
|Some college or Associate degree||286|
|Graduate or professional degree||1,550|
Locus Grid of Businesses by Business Count
Top 10 Business Types
General Medical Services; Private Insurance
These companies operate general hospitals that offer acute care services, operating and recovery rooms, radiology services, respiratory therapy services, clinical laboratories and pharmacies, paid for through private health insurance.
Psychiatric Care; Private Insurance
These companies provide psychiatric care to clients. Consumers use a variety of payer programs, from Medicare to commercial insurance, to subsidize the cost of these services. For these companies, the majority of revenue is derived from private insurance companies.
In-store Clothing Retail
These companies sell clothing, including shoes and clothing, in-stores.
These companies provide legal counseling to consumers and businesses.
Rehabilitation; Private Insurance
These companies provide rehabilitation services to consumers paid for by private sponsored insurance.
These companies provide social services and assistance.
Dental Services; Private Insurance
These companies provide dental services to consumers paid for by private insurance.
These companies produce meals and serve them to consumers in their establishments.
These companies make software.
These companies carry out general research in various fields including the social sciences, physical sciences, and the humanities.