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  ( ; households rounded to nearest 10).


Median Age


Population by Age Group



Population Growth

Annual Percent Growth in Population from 2001 to 2018


Race and Ethnicity


*"Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander" is included in "Multiple/Other"

Education and Income in  


Median Household Income


Household Income for  


Educational Attainment in  


Poverty Rate



Employment in  


Total Businesses


Total Jobs

Top 10 Private Employers

Excludes Government and Education.

Top Occupation Categories by Median Earnings

Note: Total jobs/workers rounded to nearest 10. Total businesses are by employer name, not location.
Sources: Employment and employer data from the   Arizona COG/MPO Employer database and only include business locations with 5+ employees); Median earnings data from the  

Housing in  


Total Housing Units


Vacant Units
( )


Occupied Units
( )

Median Value
of Owner-occupied Housing Units

Median Gross Rent*
Renter-occupied housing units paying cash rent

*Gross rent is the contract rent plus the estimated average monthly cost of utilities.

Rent Burden

Gross rent as a percent of household income

Universe: Renter-occupied housing units

If a household is spending 30% or more of their income on rent, they are rent burdened.
If a household is spending 50% or more of their income on rent, they have a severe rent burden.


Transportation in  

Vehicles Available

Universe: Total Occupied Housing Units

Means of Transportation to Work

Universe: Total Workers, Age 16+

*"Other" includes Taxicab and Motorcycle


Dashboard last updated July 5, 2019.

Regional Overview

The Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale Metropolitan Statistical Area (Phoenix MSA) includes all of Maricopa County and Pinal County and is 14,587 square miles (Maricopa County, 9,223 square miles and Pinal County, 5,364 square miles). For additional information about the Phoenix MSA, check out the Regional Overview page.