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CONTEXT

Focus Area Map

showing Census Block Groups

2.99

Less than H.S. education

Bachelor's degree

28.2%

5.4%

2017 American Community Survey 5-Year Data

based on the area for the 24 block groups displayed above

Population

19,445

Square miles

Median age

33.8 years

Occupied housing units

6,667

White population

13,138  |  67.6%

Owner-occupied units

2,462  |  36.9%

Black population

4,097  |  21.1%

Renter-occupied units

4,205  |  63.1%

Hispanic or Latino

1,796  |  9.2%

Drive alone to work

77.5%

Population for Whom Poverty Status Is Determined:

Under 1.00 (Doing Poorly)

1.00 to 1.99 (Struggling)

Under 2.00 (Poor or Struggling)

2.00 and Over (Doing Ok)

19,411 

8,135      |    41.9%

5,120      |    26.4%

13,255    |    68.3%

6,156      |    31.7%

Hilltop Area Timeline — Major Events

Hilltop Today

Previous Plans & Studies

The Early Hilltop

Public Lands

Historically Working Class

Segregated Housing Market

Declining Employment

Post-Industrial

Hilltop: By the Numbers

Lost Population, Lost Energy

What is a Community Plan?

Conflicting Boundaries

People & Perception