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1 Grady Data & Information Economic Health/ Behavioral Education Traffic Crime Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Oklahoma Rural Health Policy Research Center Oklahoma Office of Rural Health Oklahoma University September 25

2 AE 515 Economic Data, Health/Behavioral Data, Education Data, Traffic Accident Data, and Crime Data for Grady and the of Oklahoma Data and Information Reports for all Oklahoma Counties available on Website: Cheryl F. St. Clair - Assistant Extension Specialist, OSU, Stillwater Fred C Eilrich - Assistant Extension Specialist, OSU, Stillwater David Shelton - Assistant Extension Specialist, OSU, Stillwater Gerald A. Doeksen - Extension Economist, OSU, Stillwater Stan Ralstin - Area Extension Rural Development Specialist, OSU, Enid Carl L. Venable - Grady Interim Extension Director, OSU, Chickasha Alexandria Hart Regional Health Consultant, Oklahoma Office of Rural Health, Oklahoma City Val Schott - Director, Oklahoma Office of Rural Health, Oklahoma City Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Oklahoma Rural Health Policy Research Center Oklahoma Office of Rural Health Oklahoma University October 25

3 A. ECONOMIC DATA

4 Section A, Table 1 Population - Historical Population and Percent Changes for Grady and the of Oklahoma Census Population Percent Change 1 Years 1 Years 1 Year 4 Years of Oklahoma 3,25,29 3,145,585 3,45,654 3,56,5 3,523, Grady 39,49 41,747 45,516 47,42 48, Alex town Amber town Blanchard city (pt.) Bradley town Bridge Creek town NA NA NA NA Chickasha city 15,828 14,988 15,885 16,3 16, Minco city 1,489 1,411 1,672 1,72 1, Ninnekah town 1,85 1, ,3 1, Norge town Pocasset town NA NA NA NA 4.17 Rush Springs town 1,451 1,229 1,278 1,29 1, Tuttle city 3,51 2,87 4,294 4,85 5, Verden town Balance of Grady 14,375 18,424 19,36 19,78 2, SOURCE: 25 Oklahoma Department of Commerce, Data Center, 198, 199, and 2 U.S. Census Population; 23 and 24 Estimated U. S. Census Population. NA = Not Available. A-1

5 Section A, Table 2 Population - Projected Population and Projected Percent Changes for Grady and the of Oklahoma Projected Census Population Projected Percent Change 5 Years 1 Years 15 Years 2 Years of Oklahoma 3,45,654 3,576,2 3,77, 3,838,4 3,963, Grady 45,516 47, 48,8 5,6 52, Alex town Amber town Blanchard city (pt.) Bradley town Chickasha city 15,885 16,37 16,99 17,62 18, Minco city 1,672 1,73 1,79 1,86 1, Ninnekah town 994 1,3 1,7 1,11 1, Norge town Pocasset town Rush Springs town 1,278 1,32 1,37 1,42 1, Tuttle city 4,294 4,43 4,6 4,77 4, Verden town Balance of Grady 19,36 19,78 2,53 21,29 22, SOURCE: 22 Oklahoma Department of Commerce, Data Center, 2 U.S. Census Population; 25, 21, 215, and 22 Projected U. S. Census Population. NA = Not Available. A-2

6 Section A, Table 3 24 Population by Age Groups and Sex for Grady Age Male Female Total -4 1,553 1,45 3, ,657 1,525 3, ,767 1,616 3, ,846 1,721 3, ,67 2,42 4, ,548 1,521 3, ,437 1,477 2, ,471 1,6 3, ,881 1,961 3, ,847 1,893 3, ,547 1,627 3, ,366 1,428 2, ,168 1,221 2, , , , Totals 23,682 24,494 48,176 SOURCE: 24 U.S. Census Population Estimate; 25 Oklahoma Department of Commerce, Data Center, A-3

7 Section A, Table 4 Persons < 18 Years of Age Population Numbers and Percent of Total Population for Grady and the of Oklahoma 198 Population < 18 Years Percent of Total Population 199 Population < 18 Years Percent of Total Population 2 Population < 18 Years Percent of Total Population 24 Population < 18 Years Percent of Total Population Grady 11, , , , Oklahoma 855, , , , SOURCE: 25 Woods & Poole Economics, Inc., " & Projections to 23." A-4

8 Section A, Table 5 Persons > 65 Years of Age Population Numbers and Percent of Total Population for Grady and the of Oklahoma 198 Population > 65 Years Percent of Total Population 199 Population > 65 Years Percent of Total Population 2 Population > 65 Years Percent of Total Population 24 Population > 65 Years Percent of Total Population Grady 5, , , , Oklahoma 379, , , , SOURCE: 25 Woods & Poole Economics, Inc., " & Projections to 23." A-5

9 Section A, Table 6 Race and Ethnic Groups 199 and 2 Population Numbers and Percent of Total Population for Grady and the of Oklahoma Grady of Oklahoma Race/Ethnic Group Number Percent Number Percent 199 Census White Black Native American Other 2 Two or more Races ,62 1,537 2, NA NA 2,583, ,81 252,42 75,852 NA NA Hispanic Origin , Census White Black Native American Other 2 Two or more Races ,742 1,391 2,26 1, ,628,434 26, ,23 155, , Hispanic Origin 4 1, , SOURCE: 199 and 2 U.S. Census Population. 1 Native American includes American Indians and Alaska Natives. 2 Other is defined as Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, Pacific Islanders and all others. 3 Two or more races indicates a person is included in more than one race group; it was introduced as a new category in the 2 Census. 4 Hispanic population is not a race but rather a description of ethnic origin; Hispanics are included in the five race groups. NA = Not Available. A-6

10 Section A, Table 7 Per Capita Income and Transfer Payments for Grady and the of Oklahoma Year Per Capita Personal Income (Current $) Grady of Oklahoma Transfer Payments as a Percent of Personal Income Grady of Oklahoma 1995 $15,713 $18, $16,455 $19, $16,953 $2, $18,244 $21, $18,959 $22, $2,361 $24, $21,691 $25, $22,47 $25, $22,949 $26, $23,745 $27, SOURCE: 25 Woods & Poole Economics, Inc., " & Projections to 23." A-7

11 Section A, Table 8A Full-Time and Part-Time Employment by Type of Employment and Major Industry (SIC) (Number of Jobs) 1/ Grady * 22* 23* Total full- and part-time employment 2,44 2,527 Wage and salary employment 13,288 13,64 Proprietors' employment 6,756 6,887 Farm proprietors' employment 1,871 1,897 Nonfarm proprietors' employment 2/ 4,885 4,99 By Industry: Farm employment 2,255 2,353 Nonfarm employment 17,789 18,174 Private employment 14,915 15,261 Ag. Serv., forestry, fishing, and other 3/ Mining Construction 1,362 1,399 Manufacturing 3,58 3,37 Transportation and public utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade 3,19 3,141 Finance, insurance, and real estate 977 1,52 Services 4,367 4,5 Government and government enterprises 2,874 2,913 Federal, civilian Military and local 2,551 2,566 SOURCE: 25 Regional Economic Information System, Bureau of Economic Analysis. 1/ The estimates for are based on the 1987 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC). 2/ Excludes limited partners. 3/ "Other" consists of the number of jobs held by U.S. residents employed by international organizations and foreign embassies and consulates in the United s. (D) Not shown to avoid disclosure of confidential information, but the estimates for this item are included in the totals. (L) Less than 1 jobs, but the estimates for this item are included in the totals. (N) Data not available for this year. * Data in Table A-8B. Starting with 21 data, BEA changed to North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) to produce estimates. A-8A

12 Section A, Table 8B Full-Time and Part-Time Employment by Type of Employment and Major Industry (NAICS) (Number of Jobs) 1/ Grady 1999* 2* Total full- and part-time employment 21,163 21,693 21,287 Wage and salary employment 14,97 14,56 13,948 Proprietors employment 7,66 7,187 7,339 Farm proprietors employment 1,866 1,886 1,886 Nonfarm proprietors' employment 2/ 5,2 5,31 5,453 By Industry: Farm employment 2,413 2,362 2,44 Nonfarm employment 18,75 19,331 19,243 Private employment 15,842 16,397 16,39 Forestry, fishing, related activities, and other 3/ (D) Mining Utilities Construction 1,451 1,472 1,533 Manufacturing 3,49 3,18 3,42 Wholesale trade Retail Trade 2,179 2,244 2,23 Transportation and warehousing Information Finance and insurance Real estate and rental and leasing Professional and technical services (D) (D) (D) Management of companies and enterprises (D) (D) (D) Administrative and waste services Educational services Health care and social assistance 1,364 1,386 1,476 Arts, entertainment, and recreation Accommodation and food services 1,235 1,29 1,321 Other services, except public administration 1,58 1,69 1,756 Government and government enterprises 2,98 2,934 2,853 Federal, civilian Military and local 2,578 2,69 2,527 SOURCE: 25 Regional Economic Information System, Bureau of Economic Analysis. 1/ The estimates of employment are based on the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS). 2/ Excludes limited partners. 3/ "Other" consists of the number of jobs held by U.S. residents employed by international organizations and foreign embassies and consulates in the United s. E - The estimate shown here constitutes the major portion of the true estimate. (D) Not shown to avoid disclosure of confidential information, but the estimates are included in the totals. (L) Less than 1 jobs, but the estimates for this item are included in the totals. (N) Data not available for this year. N/A = Not Available. * Data in Table A-8A. A-8B

13 Section A, Table 9 Labor Force Data for Grady and the of Oklahoma Grady Grady of Oklahoma Year Labor Force Employment Unemployment Unemployment Rate Year United s ,599 19, ,427 19, ,386 19,284 1, ,362 18, ,975 21, ,854 19, ,776 19, ,41 2, ,318 2, Preliminary* 23,33 22,29 1,13 25 Preliminary* SOURCE: 25 Oklahoma Employment Security Commission, 25 Oklahoma Department of Commerce, Data Center, 25 Oklahoma Integrated Information Network, ORIGINS, 25 Bureau of Labor Statistics, *Preliminary through the month of May 25. A-9

14 Section A, Table 1A Personal Income by Major Source for Grady 1/ ($1,s) Grady Income by Place of Residence Total personal income ($1,) 858, ,23 1,5,664 1,38,66 1,88,146 Nonfarm personal income 841, , ,83 1,18,99 1,65,364 Farm income 2/ 16,569 13,875 16,581 19,76 22,782 Per capita personal income (dollars) 18,959 2,357 21,916 22,165 22,956 Earnings by Place of Work Total earnings by place of work 424, , , , ,425 Wage and salary disbursements 283, ,249 32, , ,846 Other labor income 64,81 69,238 75,482 88,623 11,796 Proprietors' income 3/ 77,16 75,276 98,589 9,449 13,783 Farm proprietors' income 7,871 5,486 7,196 1,18 17,14 Nonfarm proprietors' income 69,145 69,79 91,393 8,431 86,679 Earnings by Place of Work by Industry Farm earnings 16,569 13,875 16,581 19,76 22,782 Nonfarm earnings 48, , ,42 53,39 531,643 Private earnings 323,34 336, ,66 42, ,749 Government and government enterprises 85,11 92,14 94,382 1,671 16,894 SOURCE: 25 Regional Economic Information System, Bureau of Economic Analysis. 1/ The estimates for are based on the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) and the estimates for 21 and beyond are based on the North American Industry Classification System 2/ Farm income consists of proprietors' income; the cash wages, pay-in-kind, and other labor income of hired farm workers; and the salaries of officers of corporate farms. 3/ Proprietors' income includes the inventory valuation adjustment and capital consumption adjustment. (D) Not shown to avoid disclosure of confidential information, but the estimates are included in the totals. (L) Less than $5,, but the estimates for this item are included in the totals. (N) Data not available for this year. NA = Not Available. A-1A

15 Section A, Table 1B Personal Income by Major Industry (SIC) for Grady 1/ ($1,s) Grady * 22* 23* Earnings by Industry Total earnings by place of work 424, ,763 Farm earnings 16,569 13,875 Nonfarm earnings 48, ,888 Private earnings 323,34 336,784 Government and government enterprises 85,11 92,14 Federal, civilian 5,567 6,136 Military 3,116 3,353 and local 76,328 82,615 SOURCE: 25 Regional Economic Information System, Bureau of Economic Analysis. 1/ The estimates for are based on the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) and the estimates for 21 and beyond are based on the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS). 2/ "Other" consists of wage and salary disbursements to U.S. residents employed by international organizations and foreign embassies and consulates in the United s. E - The Estimate shown here constitutes the major portion of the true estimate. (D) Not shown to avoid disclosure of confidential information, but the estimates are included in the totals. (L) Less than $5,, but the estimates for this item are included in the totals. (N) Data not available for this year. NA = Not Available. *Data in Table 1C. A-1B

16 Section A, Table 1C Personal Income by Major Industry (NAICS) for Grady 1/ ($1,s) Grady 1999* 2* Earnings by Industry Total earnings by place of work 494, , ,425 Farm earnings 16,581 19,76 22,782 Nonfarm earnings 478,42 53,39 531,643 Private earnings 383,66 42, ,749 Government and government enterprises 94,382 1,671 16,894 Federal, civilian 5,895 5,933 5,956 Military 3,799 4,856 7,289 and local 84,688 89,882 93,649 SOURCE: 25 Regional Economic Information System, Bureau of Economic Analysis. 1/ The estimates for 21 and beyond are based on the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS). 2/ "Other" consists of wage and salary disbursements to U.S. residents employed by international organizations and foreign embassies and consulates in the United s. (D) Not shown to avoid disclosure of confidential information, but the estimates are included in the totals. (L) Less than $5,, but the estimates for this item are included in the totals. (N) Data not available for this year. NA = Not Available. * Data in Table A-1B. A-1C

17 Section A, Table 11A Transfer Payments for Grady, Oklahoma ($1,s) Grady Total transfer payments (thousands of dollars) 138, , , , ,713 Government payments to individuals 129, , , ,22 176,439 Ret. & disab. insurance benefit payments 65,375 68,641 73,53 77,343 8,751 Old-age, surv. & disability insur. Payments 62,316 65,527 69,425 73,365 76,546 Railroad retirement & disability payments Workers' comp. payments (Fed & ) 2,131 2,14 2,573 2,921 3,136 Other govt. disablity insur. & ret. Pay. 1/ 52 (L) Medical payments 38,874 41,117 45,16 59,48 61,372 Medicare 27,19 28,9 3,814 33,231 34,28 Public assistance medical care 2/ 11,2 12,45 13,252 24,932 26,291 Military medical insurance payments 3/ ,317 1,53 Income maintenance benefit payments 15,486 15,462 15,53 17,92 2,39 Suppl. security income (SSI) payments 4,33 4,415 4,56 5,129 5,211 Family Assistance 4/ 1,582 1,543 1,451 1,615 1,728 Food stamps 3,577 3,295 3,148 3,947 4,764 Other income maintenance 5/ 5,997 6,29 6,371 7,211 8,336 Unemployment insurance benefit payments 1,985 1,562 2,195 3,281 3,882 unemployment insurance compensation 1,939 1,518 2,143 3,234 3,829 Unemp. comp. for fed. civilian empl.(ucfe) (L) (L) (L) (L) (L) Unemp. compensation for railroad employees (L) (L) (L) (L) Unemp. compensation for veterans (UCX) (L) (L) (L) (L) (L) Other unemployment compensation 6/ Veterans benefit payments 6,11 6,295 6,773 7,39 7,835 Veterans pensions & compensation payments 5,437 5,773 6,188 6,869 7,393 Veterans readjustment rayments 7/ Veterans life insurance benefit payments Other assistance to veterans 8/ Fed educ. & trng. asst. pay. (excl. vets) 1,877 1,884 2,588 2,69 2,31 Other payments to individuals 1/ Payments to nonprofit institutions 4,771 5,99 5,552 5,861 6,268 Federal government payments 1,99 1,177 1,343 1,498 1,71 and local government payments 11/ 1,924 2,193 2,364 2,669 2,83 Business payments 1,748 1,729 1,845 1,694 1,737 Business payments to individuals 12/ 3,78 5,149 5,75 3,85 3,6 A-11A

18 Section A, Table 11B Transfer Payments for Grady, Oklahoma ($1,s) SOURCE: 25 Regional Economic Information System, Bureau of Economic Analysis. Footnotes: 1/ Consists largely of temporary disability payments and black lung payments. 2/ Consists of medicaid and other medical vendor payments. 3/ Consists of payments made under the TriCare Management Program (formerly called CHAMPUS) for the medical care of dependents of active duty military personnel and of retired military personnel and their dependents at nonmilitary medical facilities. 4/ Consists of benefits-- generally known as temporary assistance for needy families -- provided under the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of / Consists largely of general assistance, refugee assistance, foster home care and adoption assistance, earned income tax credits, and energy assistance. 6/ Consists of trade readjustment allowance payments, Redwood Park benefit payments, public service employment benefit payments, and transitional benefit payments. 7/ Consists largely of veterans' readjustment benefit payments, educational assistance to spouses and children of disabled or deceased veterans, payments to paraplegics, and payments for autos and conveyances for disabled veterans. 8/ Consists of and local government payments to veterans. 9/ Consists largely of federal fellowship payments (National Science Foundation fellowships and traineeships, subsistence payments to maritime academy cadets, and other federal fellowships), interest subsidy on higher education loans, basic educational opportunity grants, and Job Corps payments. 1/ Consists largely of Bureau of Indian Affairs payments, education exchange payments, compensation of survivors of public safety officers, compensation of victims of crime, disaster relief payments, compensation for Japanese internment, and other special payments to individuals. 11/ Consists of and local government educational assistance payments to nonprofit institutions, and other and local government payments to nonprofit institutions. 12/ Consists largely of personal injury payments to individuals other than employees and other business transfer payments. (L) Less than $5,, but the estimates for this item are included in the totals. (N) Data not available for this year. A-11B

19 Section A, Table 12 Sales Tax Collections by City and by for Grady, 2-24 FY 2 FY 21 FY 22 FY 23 FY 24 Grady collections $174,3 $654,172 $734,264 $71,76 $792,511 Percent Alex town collections $51,917 $52,569 $52,624 $45,92 $61,177 Percent Amber town collections $33,135 $34,138 $42,246 $6,394 $76,624 Percent & 3 3. and Blanchard city (pt.) collections $784,572 $837,346 $867,173 $97,547 $1,121,147 Percent Bradley town collections NA NA $3,354 $6,374 $13,991 Percent NA NA Chickasha city collections $5,983,15 $6,385,246 $6,634,842 $6,582,256 $6,742,1 Percent Minco city collections $12,93 $121,868 $118,274 $115,728 $118,848 Percent Ninnekah town collections $67,45 $72,265 $88,484 $1,321 $11,872 Percent & Norge town collections $4,647 $19,27 $3,893 $3,145 $7,333 Percent Pocasset town collections $9,249 $15,69 $14,859 $11,346 $11,31 Percent Rush Springs town collections $153,558 $193,11 $188,175 $226,552 $259,364 Percent 2 & and Tuttle city collections $749,285 $87,767 $789,28 $727,514 $917,693 Percent Verden town collections $74,86 $75,384 $68,882 $58,374 $69,986 Percent & 3.75 SOURCE: Oklahoma Tax Commission Annual Reports, Oklahoma and Municipal Sales and Use Taxes, Fiscal Years Ending June 3, NA = Not Available. A-12

20 Section A, Table 13 Farm Income and Expenses for Grady, Grady Total cash receipts from marketings ($) 95,516 99,194 13,619 97,693 15,677 Cash receipts: livestock and products 82,89 83,968 87,913 79,134 87,3 Cash receipts: crops 12,626 15,226 15,76 18,559 18,647 Other income 13,543 11,148 1,844 11,344 11,3 Government payments 8,37 6,826 6,73 5,941 4,969 Imputed and miscellaneous income received 1/ 5,236 4,322 4,771 5,43 6,61 Total production expenses 1,315 99,16 15,91 95,841 84,186 Feed purchased 15,47 14,749 14,62 9,87 6,938 Livestock purchased 12,17 11,33 12,428 12,27 11,264 Seed purchased 1,567 1,515 1,662 1, Fertilizer & lime (incl. ag. chem. 78-fwd.) 4,924 4,7 5,382 4,585 4,114 Petroleum products purchased 3,88 3,89 4,99 3,854 2,945 Hired farm labor expenses 2/ 1,715 1,579 11,155 1,612 7,82 All other production expenses 3/ 52,867 52,397 56,582 53,632 51,15 Total value of inventory change (L) -3,394 1,28 3,445-4,25 Value of inventory change: livestock -1,119-2,154 2,436 2,985-4,885 Value of inventory change: crops 1,663-1, Value of inventory change: materials and supplies Total cash receipts and other income 19,59 11, ,463 19,37 116,77 less: Total production expenses 1,315 99,16 15,91 95,841 84,186 Realized net income 8,744 11,182 8,553 13,196 32,521 plus: Value of inventory change (L) -3,394 1,28 3,445-4,25 Total net income including corporate farms 8,757 7,788 9,761 16,641 28,316 less: Net income of corporate farms 886 2,32 2,566 6,623 11,212 plus: Statistical adjustment (L) Total net farm proprietors' income 7,871 5,486 7,196 1,18 17,14 plus: Farm wages and perquisites 7,839 7,49 8,422 8,28 5,32 plus: Farm other labor income Total farm labor and proprietors' income 16,569 13,875 16,581 19,76 22,782 SOURCE: 25 Regional Economic Information System, Bureau of Economic Analysis. 1/ Consists of imputed income, such as gross rental value of dwellings and value of home consumption, and other farm related income components, such as machine hire and cusom work income, and income from forest products (1978 to present). 2/ Consists of hired workers' cash pay and perquisites, employers' contributions for social security and medicare, and payments for contract labor, machine hire, and custom work. 3/ Consists of repair and operation of machinery; depreciation, interest, rent and taxes; and other miscellaneous expenses including agricultural chemicals ( ) (L) Less than $5,, but the estimates for this item are included in the totals. (N) Data not available for this year. NA = Not Available. A-13

21 Section A, Table 14 Household by Type, Occupancy, and Tenure for Grady, 2 Grady of Oklahoma Number Percent Number Percent Population Household by Type Total Households Family Households (Families) With Own Children <18 Yrs Married Couple Family With Own Children <18 Yrs Female Householder (No Husband) With Own Children <18 Yrs 45,516 17,341 12,799 6,14 1,49 4,589 1,68 1, ,45,654 1,342, ,75 434, , , ,575 94, Nonfamily Households Householder Living Alone Householder 65 Yrs+ Households with Children <18 Yrs Households with Individuals 65 Yrs+ Average Household Size Average Family Size 4,542 3,975 1,823 6,616 4, , ,56 135, , , Housing Occupancy Total Housing Units Occupied Housing Units Vacant Housing Units For Seasonal, Recreational, or Occasional Use Homeowner Vacancy Rate () Rental Vacancy Rate () Housing Tenure Occupied Housing Units Owner-Occupied Housing Units Renter-Occupied Housing Units SOURCE: U. S. Bureau of Census, 2 19,444 17,341 2, ,341 13,123 4, ,514,4 1,342, ,17 32, ,342, , , A-14

22 Section A, Table 15 Household Numbers by Income Groups and by Type of Income Median Household Income, and Mean Income by Type of Income for Grady, 1999 Income Households Less than $1, $1, to $14,999 $15, to $24,999 $25, to $34,999 $35, to $49,999 $5, to $74,999 $75, to $99,999 $1, to $149,999 $15, to $199,999 $2, or more Median Household Income Grady of Oklahoma Number Percent Number Percent 17,31 2,144 1,314 3,47 2,662 3,142 2,976 1, $32, ,343,56 163, , ,392 21,133 23, ,452 97,394 58,18 14,6 16,71 $33, By Type of Income With Earnings Mean Earnings With Social Security Income Mean Social Security Income With Supplemental Security Income Mean Supplemental Security Income With Public Assistance Income Mean Public Assistance Income With Retirement Income Mean Retirement Income 13,493 $41,8 4,874 $1, $6,5 1,152 $1,32 2,713 $16, ,55,528 $44,7 365,12 $1,741 59,85 $5,924 67,866 $1,54 219,742 $16, SOURCE: U. S. Bureau of Census, 1999 A-15

23 B. HEALTH/BEHAVIORAL DATA

24 Section B, Table 1 Economic Distress Indicators for Grady and the of Oklahoma Grady of Oklahoma Persons in Poverty Number 6,184 5,958 5,868 5,83 469, ,81 487, ,685 Percent of People in Poverty* Ranking (1 = Best) Children <18 in Poverty Number 2,259 2,1 2,23 2, , , ,68 177,714 Percent of Children in Poverty* Ranking (1 = Best) SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau. * Poverty is measured by using 48 thresholds that vary by family size and number of children within the family and age of householder. To determine whether a person is poor, one compares the total income of that person's family with the threshold appropriate for that family. If the total income is less then the threshold, then the person is considered poor, together with every member of his or her family. Institutionalized people, people in military quarters, people living in college dormatories, and unrelated individuals under 15 years old are excluded from the calculation of poverty rates. NA = Not Available. B-1

25 TANF (Monthly Averages) Total Cases Total Persons Receiving TANF Rate per 1, Population Section B, Table 2 Assistance Programs for Grady and the of Oklahoma Grady of Oklahoma ,648 35, ,755 35, ,21 34, Total Children Receiving TANF ,279 27,531 26,449 Rate per 1, Children Food Stamps (Monthly Averages) Total Unduplicated Cases 3,14 3,57 3,695 23, , ,974 No. of Persons 4,71 5,19 5, ,24 367,993 46,4 Rate per 1, Population Medicaid (Monthly Averages) Total Medicaid Cases 3,664 3,715 3, , ,91 37,25 Total Persons Receiving Medicaid 5,88 6,9 6,368 46, ,46 517,289 Rate per 1, Population Total Children Receiving Medicaid 3,656 3,641 3, ,867 31,54 317,813 Rate per 1, Children Age 5 and Under 1,517 1,543 1,65 123,53 128, ,74 Rate per 1, Children Age ,376 1,325 1,375 16,673 11, ,56 Rate per 1, Children Age ,664 62,386 68,17 Rate per 1, Children SOURCE: Oklahoma Department of Human Services Facts and Figures, FY 22, FY 23, and FY 24 Annual Reports; 25 Woods & Poole Economics, Inc., " & Projections to 23." B-2

26 Section B, Table 3 Elderly Support Services for Grady and the of Oklahoma Grady of Oklahoma Medicaid > 65 Total Persons Receiving Medicaid> ,26 48,838 48,335 Percent of Population Age> Medicare Total Persons Receiving Medicare 6,249 6,278 NA 514, ,286 NA Percent of Total Population NA NA Food Services Congregate Meals 27,679 27,723 22,179 2,569,753 2,511,437 2,42,423 Meals Served at Home 9,618 11,418 6,753 1,994,13 1,915,687 1,873,255 Total Meals Served 37,297 39,141 28,932 4,563,883 4,427,124 4,293,678 Rate Per Person >65 Years Geriatric Day Care Total Persons Served New Referrals Number Licensed NA 1,283 NA 25 Estimated Persons >65 in Need of Day Care (1.25 of >65 Pop.) ,74 5,764 5,797 SOURCE: Oklahoma Department of Human Services Facts and Figures, FY 22, FY 23, and FY 24 Annual Reports; 24 Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Oklahoma Department of Health, 22, 23, and 24; 25 Woods & Poole Economics, Inc., " & Projections to 23." NA = Not Available. B-3

27 Section B, Table 4 Child Abuse and Child Deaths for Grady and the of Oklahoma Grady of Oklahoma Child Abuse and Neglect No. of Confirmed Cases ,394 13,93 12,971 Rate / 1, Children Ranking (1= Most Favorable) Child Deaths Ages Ages Ages Total Ages Child Death Rate Ages Ranking (1= Most Favorable) SOURCE: Oklahoma Department of Human Services Facts and Figures, FY 21, FY 22, and FY 23 Annual Reports; MCH Planning and Evaluation, Maternal and Child Health Services, Oklahoma Department of Health, 21, 22, and 23; 25 Woods & Poole Economics, Inc., " & Projections to 23." NA = Not Available. B-4

28 Section B, Table 5 Infant Mortality for Grady and the of Oklahoma Grady of Oklahoma Total Infant Mortality Total Number of Infants Rate / 1, Live Births Ranking (1= Most Favorable) ,991 1,974 2,19 1, Neonatal Mortality Total Number of Neonatal Rate / 1, Live Births , , , , Post-Neonatal Mortality Total Number of Post-Neonatal Rate / 1, Live Births SOURCE: MCH Planning and Evaluation, Maternal and Child Health Services, Oklahoma Department of Health, 2, 21, 22, and 23; 25 Woods & Poole Economics, Inc., " & Projections to 23." NA = Not Available. B-5

29 Births by Age of Mother Ages 1-14 Ages Ages Total Births under age 2 Ages 2-24 Ages Ages Years and Older Unknown Section B, Table 6 Births and Birth Weights for Grady and the of Oklahoma, 23 Grady of Oklahoma No. No. No. No. No. No ,322 5,145 7,572 16,652 13,251 8,563 3, ,216 5,86 7,415 17,38 13,324 8,487 4, ,118 4,855 7,883 17,191 13,711 8,865 4, Total Births ,29 1 5,31 1 5,874 1 Birth Rate per 1, Population Low Weight Births* Low Birth Weight , , , Very Low Birth Weight of Births to Single Women SOURCE: MCH Planning and Evaluation, Maternal and Child Health Services, Oklahoma Department of Health, 21, 22, and 23. *Low birth weight is <2,5 grams or 5.5 lbs; very low birth weight is < 1,5 grams or 3.3 lbs. B-6

30 Section B, Table 7 Resident Live Births by Mother's Race and Level of Education for Grady and the of Oklahoma Mother's Race White Black Native American Other 2 Unknown Total Births 1 Grady of Oklahoma No. No. No. No. No. No ,996 4,66 5,265 1, ,245 4,693 5,156 1, ,656 4,589 5,297 1, ,29 1 5,31 1 5,874 1 Hispanic , , , Maternal Level of Education <12 Grades 12 Grades Unknown , , , , , , Total Births ,29 1 5,31 1 5,874 1 SOURCE: MCH Planning and Evaluation, Maternal and Child Health Services, Oklahoma Department of Health, 21, 22, and Native American includes American Indians and Alaska Natives. Other is defined as Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, Pacific Islanders and all others. 3 Hispanic population is not a race group but rather a description of ethnic origin; Hispanics are included in all other race groups. NA = Not Available. B-7

31 Section B, Table 8 High Parity Births and Entry into Care for Grady and the of Oklahoma Grady of Oklahoma High Parity Births * Age <2 with 2+ Deliveries Percent of Births to Teens Age 2+ with 4+ Deliveries ,81 2,1 2,82 Percent of Births to Adults Entry into Care No Care No Care Percent First Trimester Care ,752 37,4 38,25 First Trimester Care Percent SOURCE: MCH Planning and Evaluation, Maternal and Child Health Services, Oklahoma Department of Health, 21, 22, and 23. * High Parity includes teens, under age 2, with 2 or more previous births, and adults, age 2 and over, with 4 or more previous births. NA = Not Available. B-8

32 Section B, Table 9 Injury Incidence for Grady and the of Oklahoma Grady of Oklahoma Submersion Average Rate/ Spinal Cord Injuries Average Rate/ Suicide Average Rate/ Burn Average Rate/ Motor Vehicle Deaths Average Rate/ Homicide Average Rate/ Brain Injuries ,672 3,761 3,852 Average Rate/ SOURCE: of the 's Health, Oklahoma Department of Health, 21, 22, and 23; 25 Woods & Poole Economics, Inc., " & Projections to 23." NA = Not Available. B-9

33 Section B, Table 1 Leading Causes of Death by of Residence for Grady and the of Oklahoma, 23 Grady of Oklahoma United s Leading Causes No. of Deaths Rate Per 1, Rank No. of Deaths Rate Per 1, Rank No. of Deaths Rate Per 1, Rank Diseases of heart Cancer (Malignant) Chronic lower respiratory disease Cerebrovascular diseases Accidents (unintentional injuries) Diabetes mellitus Atherosclerosis Influenza / pneumonia Septicemia Pneumonitis , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , SOURCE: and Data, Oklahoma Department of Health, Mortality Statistics, 23; National Data, National Vital Statistics Report, Center for Disease Control and Prevention, DHHS, 23; 25 Woods & Poole Economics, Inc., " & Projections to 23." NA = Not Available. B-1

34 C. EDUCATION DATA

35 Section C, Table 1a Education Statistics for School Districts in Grady Average HS Curriculum (Units Offered in Selected Subject Areas) Language Arts Science Math Social Studies Fine Arts Languages (Non-Engl.) Total of Oklahoma ALEX AMBER-POCASSET BRIDGE CREEK CHICKASHA SOURCE: OK Office of Accountablility, "Profiles 2 - District Reports," "Profiles 21 - District Reports," "Profiles 22 - District Reports," "Profiles 23 - District Reports," and "Profiles 24 - District Reports." * No High School in district; therefore, no statistics are available. C-1a

36 Section C, Table 1b Education Statistics for School Districts in Grady Average HS Curriculum (Units Offered in Selected Subject Areas) Language Arts Science Math Social Studies Fine Arts Languages (Non-Engl.) Total of Oklahoma FRIEND * * * * * * * 2-21 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * MIDDLEBERG * * * * * * * 2-21 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * MINCO NINNEKAH SOURCE: OK Office of Accountablility, "Profiles 2 - District Reports," "Profiles 21 - District Reports," "Profiles 22 - District Reports," "Profiles 23 - District Reports," and "Profiles 24 - District Reports." * No High School in district; therefore, no statistics are available. C-1b

37 Section C, Table 1c Education Statistics for School Districts in Grady Average HS Curriculum (Units Offered in Selected Subject Areas) Language Arts Science Math Social Studies Fine Arts Languages (Non-Engl.) Total of Oklahoma PIONEER * * * * * * * 2-21 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * RUSH SPRINGS TUTTLE VERDEN SOURCE: OK Office of Accountablility, "Profiles 2 - District Reports," "Profiles 21 - District Reports," "Profiles 22 - District Reports," "Profiles 23 - District Reports," and "Profiles 24 - District Reports." * No High School in district; therefore, no statistics are available. C-1c

38 Section C, Table 2 Education Statistics for School Districts in Grady American College Test (ACT) Scores School Year: National of Oklahoma ALEX AMBER-POCASSET BRIDGE CREEK CHICKASHA FRIEND * * * * * MIDDLEBERG * * * * * MINCO NINNEKAH PIONEER * * * * * RUSH SPRINGS TUTTLE VERDEN SOURCE: OK Office of Accountablility, "Profiles 2 - District Reports," "Profiles 21 - District Reports," "Profiles 22 - District Reports," "Profiles 23 - District Reports," and "Profiles 24 - District Reports." * No High School in district; therefore, no statistics are available. ** Data not reported to protect the privacy laws (small number of students). C-2

39 of Oklahoma Section C, Table 3 Education Statistics for School Districts in Grady High School Dropout Rates and Graduation Rates High School Dropout Rates High School Graduation Rates** ALEX AMBER-POCASSET BRIDGE CREEK CHICKASHA FRIEND * * * * * * * * * * MIDDLEBERG * * * * * * * * * * MINCO NINNEKAH PIONEER * * * * * * * * * * RUSH SPRINGS TUTTLE VERDEN SOURCE: OK Office of Accountablility, "Profiles 2 - District Reports," "Profiles 21 - District Reports," "Profiles 22 - District Reports," "Profiles 23 - District Reports," and "Profiles 24 - District Reports." * No High School in district; therefore, no statistics are available. ** High school graduation rate is based on the 9th grade enrollment in order to track class growth, and thus can exceed C-3

40 of Oklahoma 99- Section C, Table 4 Education Statistics for School Districts in Grady School Enrollment Year Change from 99- to Year Change from 2-3 to 3-4 1,145 1,14 1,138 1,143 1, ALEX AMBER-POCASSET BRIDGE CREEK 1,49 1,44 1,7 1,63 1, CHICKASHA 2,773 2,71 2,82 2,785 2, FRIEND MIDDLEBERG MINCO NINNEKAH PIONEER RUSH SPRINGS TUTTLE 1,218 1,29 1,254 1,272 1, VERDEN SOURCE: OK Office of Accountablility, "Profiles 2 - District Reports," "Profiles 21 - District Reports," "Profiles 22 - District Reports," "Profiles 23 - District Reports," and "Profiles 24 - District Reports." C-4

41 Section C, Table 5 Education Statistics for School Districts in Grady Percent of Students Eligible for Free/Reduced Lunches* of Oklahoma ALEX AMBER-POCASSET BRIDGE CREEK CHICKASHA FRIEND MIDDLEBERG MINCO NINNEKAH PIONEER RUSH SPRINGS TUTTLE VERDEN SOURCE: OK Office of Accountablility, "Profiles 2 - District Reports," "Profiles 21 - District Reports," "Profiles 22 - District Reports," "Profiles 23 - District Reports," and "Profiles 24 - District Reports." * Total number of students eligible for free or reduced pay lunch program in each district divided by total enrollment in each district. This number could exceed 1. C-5

42 Section C, Table 6a Education Statistics for School Districts in Grady Juvenile Offenders, Average Number of Offenses, and Gang Activity of Oklahoma One out of every _ students was charged. Of those charged, each averaged _ offenses. Of those charged, _ were alleged gang members ALEX One out of every _ students was charged. Of those charged, each averaged _ offenses. Of those charged, _ were alleged gang members. AMBER-POCASSET One out of every _ students was charged. Of those charged, each averaged _ offenses. Of those charged, _ were alleged gang members. BRIDGE CREEK One out of every _ students was charged. Of those charged, each averaged _ offenses. Of those charged, _ were alleged gang members. CHICKASHA One out of every _ students was charged. Of those charged, each averaged _ offenses. Of those charged, _ were alleged gang members. FRIEND One out of every _ students was charged. Of those charged, each averaged _ offenses. Of those charged, _ were alleged gang members. MIDDLEBERG One out of every _ students was charged. Of those charged, each averaged _ offenses. Of those charged, _ were alleged gang members. MINCO One out of every _ students was charged. Of those charged, each averaged _ offenses. Of those charged, _ were alleged gang members SOURCE: OK Office of Accountablility, "Profiles 2 - District Reports," "Profiles 21 - District Reports," "Profiles 22 - District Reports," "Profiles 23 - District Reports," and "Profiles 24 - District Reports." C-6a

43 Section C, Table 6b Education Statistics for School Districts in Grady Juvenile Offenders, Average Number of Offenses, and Gang Activity of Oklahoma One out of every _ students was charged. Of those charged, each averaged _ offenses. Of those charged, _ were alleged gang members NINNEKAH One out of every _ students was charged. Of those charged, each averaged _ offenses. Of those charged, _ were alleged gang members. PIONEER One out of every _ students was charged. Of those charged, each averaged _ offenses. Of those charged, _ were alleged gang members. RUSH SPRINGS One out of every _ students was charged. Of those charged, each averaged _ offenses. Of those charged, _ were alleged gang members. TUTTLE One out of every _ students was charged. Of those charged, each averaged _ offenses. Of those charged, _ were alleged gang members. VERDEN One out of every _ students was charged. Of those charged, each averaged _ offenses. Of those charged, _ were alleged gang members SOURCE: OK Office of Accountablility, "Profiles 2 - District Reports," "Profiles 21 - District Reports," "Profiles 22 - District Reports," "Profiles 23 - District Reports," and "Profiles 24 - District Reports." C-6b

44 D. TRAFFIC DATA

45 Section D, Table 1 Traffic Accident Facts for Grady and the of Oklahoma Traffic Fatalities (Deaths) Year Number Grady Rate Per 1, Population Number of Oklahoma Rate Per 1, Population SOURCE: Oklahoma Department of Public Safety, "Oklahoma Crash Facts," 1999, 2, 21, 22, and 23; 25 Woods & Poole Economics, Inc., " & Projections to 23." D-1

46 Section D, Table 2 Traffic Accident Facts for Grady and the of Oklahoma Number of Crashes by Highway Class Nos. Nos. Nos. Nos. US Highways Interstate Highways Turnpikes Highways Roads City Streets US Hwy. & City Streets Hwy. & City Streets Total SOURCE: Oklahoma Department of Public Safety, "Oklahoma Crash Facts," 2, 21, 22, and 23. Total percentages may not add up to 1 due to rounding errors. D-2

47 Collision (Crashes) by Injury Severity Section D, Table 3 Traffic Accident Facts for Grady and the of Oklahoma Nos. Nos. Nos. Nos. Total Fatalities Injuries Incapacitating Non-Incapacitating Possible Non-Injury Unknown Total Injuries GRAND TOTAL SOURCE: Oklahoma Department of Public Safety, "Oklahoma Crash Facts," 2, 21, 22, and 23. Total percentages may not add up to 1 due to rounding errors. D-3

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