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1 Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 2010 U.S. Census Information City of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Bureau of Planning and Zoning

2 Table of Contents Introduction 3 Map 4 Population Characteristics 5 Race and Ethnicity 6 Housing 7 Households 8 Income 9 Appendix Table A Population 11 Table B Race and Ethnicity 12 Table C Housing 14 Table D Households 16 Table E Density and Disabled Persons 18 Table F Income Year Trends 20 2

3 Introduction The following information has been obtained from the 2010 census. In the following pages you will find various information from the 2010 Census about the City of Bethlehem. The findings were broken down into four main categories: Population, Housing, Household, and Income. The population category focuses on the total population, number of males and females, number of persons under the age of 18, number of persons over the age of 65, and race and ethnicity characteristics. The housing category covers the number of housing units, the number of occupied units, the number of owner occupied units, the number of renter occupied units, the median rent, the median value, and mortgage status. The household category focuses on total households, persons per household, number of family households, number of married couple households, number of male and female households, number of non-family households whose occupants are above the age of 65, and number of persons living in group quarters. The income category focuses on household income, family income, per capita income, and the number of persons below the poverty level. Also included in the income category is density and number of disabled persons. The information for the City of Bethlehem was broken down into four main geographic areas. The first is the City of Bethlehem. This area covers the city as a whole. The next geographic area is the City of Bethlehem, Lehigh County. This area covers census information for only the part of Bethlehem that is located in Lehigh County. The next geographic area is the City of Bethlehem, Northampton County. This area covers census information for only the part of Bethlehem that is located in Northampton County. The last geographic area is the Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, MSA (metropolitan statistical area). This area covers all of the City of Bethlehem and combines that data with all of the data from the neighboring cities of Allentown and Easton. These three cities help to make up the region known as the Lehigh Valley. In this report you will also find the information broken down into four neighborhood areas. These four areas are Northeast Bethlehem, West Bethlehem, Central Bethlehem, and South Bethlehem. Each area has smaller sets of data know as census tracts. A census tract is defined as a small, relatively permanent statistical subdivision of a county delineated by a local committee of census data users for the purpose of presenting data. Census tract boundaries normally follow visible features, but may follow governmental unit boundaries and other non-visible features in some instances; they always nest within counties. Main Categories Geographic Areas Census Tract Areas Census Tracts Population City of Bethlehem West Bethlehem 91, 92, 93, 94, 95 Housing City of Bethlehem, Lehigh County Northeast Bethlehem 101, 102, 103, 104 Household City of Bethlehem, Northampton County Central Bethlehem 105, 106, 107, 108 Income Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, MSA South Bethlehem 109, 110, 111, 112, 113 3

4 City of Bethlehem 2010 Census Tracts and Neighborhoods 1. West Bethlehem: Neighborhood includes census tracts 91, 92, 93, 94, 95. All tracts are located within Lehigh County. Boundaries to the north include Avenue C, the Lehigh River to the south, Schoenersville Road to the east and Club Avenue to the west. 2. Northeast Bethlehem: Neighborhood includes census tracts 101, 102, 103, 104. The boundaries include Santee Road to the north, West Elizabeth Road to the south, Easton Avenue on the east, and the Monocacy Creek and Monocacy Park to the west. 3. Central Bethlehem: Neighborhood includes census tracts 105, 106, 107, 108. Boundaries to the north include West Elizabeth Road and Easton Avenue, the Lehigh River to the south, Pembroke Road to the east, and the Monocacy Creek on the west. 4. South Bethlehem: Neighborhood includes census tracts 109, 110, 111, 112, 113. All tracts are located within Northampton County. Includes all parts of the city south of the Lehigh River. Legend - Neighborhood - Census Tract 4

5 Population Characteristics The City of Bethlehem s total population was 74,982 in the year That is an increase of 3,653 persons or 5.1 from the year All four areas (West, Northwest, Central, and South Bethlehem) saw an increase in population. The area with the biggest population increase was Central Bethlehem with a population increase of 6.1. Northeast Bethlehem saw the smallest increase in population with a population increase of 0.6. The census tract with the biggest increase in population was census tract 113 in South Bethlehem with an increase of 27.9 in population. The census tract with the biggest decrease in population was census tract 95 in West Bethlehem which saw a decrease of 6.2. Females made up 50.8 of Bethlehem s population. The female population increased 4.6 from the year 2000 to the year The male population made up 49.2 of Bethlehem s population. The male population increased 5.7 from the year 2000 to The year Persons under the age of 18 in Bethlehem dropped by only 2 persons from the year 2000 to the year 2010, going from 14,949 to 14,947, a decrease of Persons over the age of 65 decreased by 4.9 in Bethlehem, falling from 12,781 in the year 2000 to 12,148 in the year Overall the Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) saw an increase of 28.7 in population from the year 2000 to the year 2010, gaining 183,215 persons. The male population in the MSA increased 29.3 from the year 2000 to the year In that same time period the Census tract- A small, relatively permanent statistical subdivision of a county delineated by a local committee of census data users for the purpose of presenting data. Census tract boundaries normally follow visible features, but may follow governmental unit boundaries and other non-visible features in some instances; they always nest within counties. Designed to be relatively homogeneous units with respect to population characteristics, economic status, and living conditions at the time of establishment, census tracts average about 4,000 inhabitants. They may be split by any sub-county geographic entity. Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA)- A geographic entity defined by the federal Office of Management and Budget for use by federal statistical agencies, based on the concept of a core area with a large population nucleus, plus adjacent communities having a high degree of economic and social integration with that core. Qualification of an MSA requires the presence of a city with 50,000 or more inhabitants, or the presence of an Urbanized Area (UA) and a total population of at least 100,000 (75,000 in New England). The county or counties containing the largest city and surrounding densely settled territory are central counties of the MSA. Additional outlying counties qualify to be included in the MSA by meeting certain other criteria of metropolitan character, such as a specified minimum population density or percentage of the population that is urban. MSAs in New England are defined in terms of minor civil divisions, following rules concerning commuting and population density. female population increased Population in the MSA under the age of 18 increased by 24.7 and over the age of 65 increased by The male population in the MSA saw an increase of 29.3 and the female population in the MSA saw an increase of 28.2 from the year 2000 to the year Area Population Land Area (Sq. Miles) Population Density City of Bethlehem 74, ,893.1 West Bethlehem 19, ,406.2 Northwest 15, ,057.8 Bethlehem Central Bethlehem 19, ,660.3 South Bethlehem 20, ,820.5 Allentown- Bethlehem-Easton MSA 821,173 1, Percentage Change in Population from 2000 to 2010 City of Bethlehem West Bethlehem Northeast Bethlehem Central Bethlehem South Bethlehem All Persons Male Female 5

6 Race and Ethnicity The City of Bethlehem s overall population became more racially diverse from 2000 to The Black or African American population grew by 2,603 persons or from the year The Hispanic or Latino population accounted for 24.4 of the population and grew 5,266 persons or 40.5 from the year The Asian population increased by 558 persons, or 35.2, from the year The number of people who identify themselves as two or more races grew by 733 persons, or 40.1, from the year The number of people who identified their race as other increased by 19 persons, or 0.2, from the year The only race or ethnicity to lose people over the ten year period was the white population. The white population lost 1,077 persons, change of West Bethlehem saw its largest decline in the white population, which dropped by 7.3 Between 2000 and The largest increase in this area was the in Black or African American population, which grew by Northeast Bethlehem saw the largest decline in those identifying their race as other with a decrease of The largest increase was for the population of Hispanic or Latino origin, which increased by Central Bethlehem saw its largest decline in people who described their race as other, with a decrease of 17.1 between 2000 and The largest growth in this area was in the Black or African American population, which grew by * Race- Race is a self-identification data item in which respondents choose the race or races with which they most closely identify. Hispanic or Latino origin- For Census 2000, American Community Survey: People who identify with the terms "Hispanic" or "Latino" are those who classify themselves in one of the specific Hispanic or Latino categories listed on the Census 2000 or ACS questionnaire - "Mexican," "Puerto Rican," or "Cuban" - as well as those who indicate that they are "other Spanish, Hispanic, or Latino." Origin can be viewed as the heritage, nationality group, lineage, or country of birth of the person or the person s parents or ancestors before their arrival in the United States. People who identify their origin as Spanish, Hispanic, or Latino may be of any race. *The drop in those defining their race as other from the 2000 census to the 2010 census could be due to the more options census takers had for race in South Bethlehem saw its largest decline in those identifying their race as other, with a drop of The largest increase in this area was in the Black or African American population, which grew by 94.4.* Race: City of Bethlehem 12 3 White Black or African American Other Race: City of Bethlehem 3 3 White Black or African American Other 81 2 or more races *Chart totals are rounded 77 2 or more races Asian 6

7 Housing The City of Bethlehem saw a 5.4 increase in housing units from the year 2000 to the year The number of housing units in the city increased by 1,590, going from 29,631 units in the year 2000 to 31,221 units in the year With the increase in housing units the city of Bethlehem also saw a rise in occupied units. The number of occupied units grew 4.4, increasing by 1,249 units from the year 2000 to the year In the City of Bethlehem, each neighborhood saw an increase in the number of housing units. Northeast Bethlehem saw the smallest increase of 2.6, while South Bethlehem had the largest increase with a growth of 11.5 from the year 2000 to the year The number of owner occupied units in the City of Bethlehem declined from the year 2000 to the year 2010, a drop of 3.7. The number of renter occupied units in the City of Bethlehem in the same time period grew by All neighborhoods saw a decline in owner occupied units. South Bethlehem lost the most units with a decrease of 10.5 and West Bethlehem lost the least with a decrease of 1.3. All neighborhoods saw an increase in renter occupied units with South Bethlehem having the largest increase, increasing 25.6 and West Bethlehem seeing the smallest increase, increasing In the City of Bethlehem units with a mortgage went from 9,309 units in the year Housing unit- A house, an apartment, a mobile home or trailer, a group of rooms, or a single room occupied as separate living quarters, or if vacant, intended for occupancy as separate living quarters. Separate living quarters are those in which the occupants live separately from any other individuals in the building and which have direct access from outside the building or through a common hall. For vacant units, the criteria of separateness and direct access are applied to the intended occupants whenever possible. Occupied housing unit- A housing unit is classified as occupied if it is the usual place of residence of the person or group of people living in it at the time of enumeration. Owner-occupied housing unit- A housing unit is owner occupied if the owner or co-owner lives in the unit even if it is mortgaged or not fully paid for. Renter-occupied housing unit- All occupied units which are not owner occupied, whether they are rented for cash rent or occupied without payment of cash rent, are classified as renter-occupied. Living quarters- Any site where people live, stay, or could live. Living quarters are classified as housing units or group quarters. They are usually found in structures intended for residential use, but also may be found in structures intended for nonresidential use as well as tents, vans, shelters for people without housing, dormitories, barracks, and so forth, or they might not be associated with a structure at all. Mortgage status- "Mortgage" refers to all forms of debt where the property is pledged as security for repayment of the debt, including deeds of trust, trust deed, contracts to purchase, land contracts, junior mortgages, and home equity loans to 10,528 units in the year 2010 an increase of Units without a mortgage in the City of Bethlehem went from 6,145 in the year 2000 to 5,199 in the year 2010 a decrease of ,000 8,000 6,000 4,000 2, ,583 4,903 4,944 West Bethlehem 2010 Census : Hosuing 1,690 4,288 Northeast Bethlehem 3,823 Central Bethlehem 4,077 2,057 South Bethlehem Renter Occupied Owner Occupied 7

8 Households The number of households in the City of Bethlehem increased by 4.4, or 1,249, from the year 2000 to the year All four neighborhoods saw an increase in households between 2000 and The greatest increase in households occurred in South Bethlehem, which saw a 10.6 household size- A measure obtained by dividing the number of people in households by the total number of households (or householders). increase. The smallest increase was 1.7 in Northeast Bethlehem. Family household (Family)- A family includes a householder and one or more people living in the same Persons per household in the City of Bethlehem did not change from 2000 household who are related to the householder by birth, marriage, or adoption. All people in a household who are to 2010, remaining a steady 2.34 persons per household. The neighborhood with related to the householder are regarded as members of his or her family. A family household may contain people the smallest household was West Bethlehem with 2.18 persons per household. not related to the householder, but those people are not included as part of the householder's family in census tabulations. Thus, the number of family households is equal to the number of families, but family households may The neighborhood with the largest household was South Bethlehem with 2.73 include more members than do families. A household can contain only one family for purposes of census persons per household. The persons per household in the MSA grew by 1.6 tabulations. Not all households contain families since a household may comprise a group of unrelated people or between 2000 and 2010, going from 2.49 persons per household to one person living alone. The number of family households in the City of Bethlehem rose by 12 between 2000 Group Quarters (GQ)-The Census Bureau classifies all people not living in households as living in group quarters. There are two types of group quarters: institutional (for example, correctional facilities, nursing homes, and 2010, an increase of and mental hospitals) and non-institutional (for example, college dormitories, military barracks, group homes, The City of Bethlehem saw a decrease in married couple households from the year missions, and shelters) to the year During this time period, married couple households dropped Institutionalized population- People under formally authorized, supervised care or custody in institutions at the by 9.3. All four Bethlehem neighborhoods saw decreases in married couple time of enumeration. Generally, restricted to the institution, under the care or supervision of trained staff, and classified as "patients" or "inmates." households. Both male and female households saw increases in the City of Bethlehem from the Noninstitutionalized population-includes all people who live in group quarters other than institutions. year 2000 to the year Male households in the City of Bethlehem went from Examples: college dormitories, rooming houses, religious group homes, communes, and halfway houses 3,380 in the 2000 to 5,473 in 2010, an increase of Female households in the City of Bethlehem went from 5,701 in the year 2000 to 6,790 in the year 2010, an increase of South Bethlehem Central Bethlehem Northeast Bethlehem West Bethlehem ,216 1,152 1,196 1,727 1,821 1,869 2, Bethlehem Households 3,490 3,451 Household- A household includes all the people who occupy a housing unit as their usual place of residence. Household type and relationship- Households are classified by type according to the sex of the householder and the presence of relatives. Examples include: married-couple family; male householder, no wife present; female householder, no husband present; spouse (husband/wife); child; and other relatives. Living quarters- Any site where people live, stay, or could live. Living quarters are classified as housing units or group quarters. They are usually found in structures intended for residential use, but also may be found in structures intended for nonresidential use as well as tents, vans, shelters for people without housing, dormitories, barracks, and so forth, or they might not be associated with a structure at all. 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000 8,000 9,000 6,134 6,634 8,111 8,486 Female Households Male Households Married Couple Households Households 8

9 Income Bethlehem s median household income was $35,815 in 2000 and rose to $42,232 in 2010, a 17.9 increase. Median family income in Bethlehem rose from $45,354 in 2000 to $49,501 in 2010, a 9.1 change. South Bethlehem had the most significant growth from $31,491 in 2000 to $44,582 in 2010, a 41.6 increase. Northeast Bethlehem had the highest median family income of $75,458 in Per capita income for the City of Bethlehem saw a 17.9 increase, growing from $18,987 in 2000 to $22,385 in South Bethlehem had a 32.9 increase in per capita income from 2000 to Still, at $14,269, the median per capita income for South Bethlehem was low compared to the rest of the city. The Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) had a 29.1 increase in household income and a 28.9 increase in family income from 2000 to Per capita income for the MSA rose from $21,243 in 2000 to $27,253 in 2010, a 28.3 change. Per Capita Income: obtained by dividing aggregate income by total population of an area. Family: A group of two or more people who reside together and who are related by birth, marriage, or adoption. Household: A household includes all the people who occupy a housing unit as their usual place of residence. Median Income: The median income divides the income distribution into two equal groups, one having incomes above the median, and the other having incomes below the median. Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA)- A geographic entity defined by the federal Office of Management and Budget for use by federal statistical agencies, based on the concept of a core area with a large population nucleus, plus adjacent communities having a high degree of economic and social integration with that core. Qualification of an MSA requires the presence of a city with 50,000 or more inhabitants, or the presence of an Urbanized Area (UA) and a total population of at least 100,000 (75,000 in New England). The county or counties containing the largest city and surrounding densely settled territory are central counties of the MSA. Additional outlying counties qualify to be included in the MSA by meeting certain other criteria of metropolitan character, such as a specified minimum population density or percentage of the population that is urban. MSAs in New England are defined in terms of minor civil divisions, following rules concerning commuting and population density st Qtr 2nd Qtr 3rd Qtr 4th Qtr East West North st Qtr 2nd Qtr 3rd Qtr 4th Qtr City of Bethlehem West Bethlehem Northeast Bethlehem Central Bethlehem South Bethlehem 9

10 The following pages include the complete tables that were used to summarize the census data. The data tables include characteristics of the census with their counts for the year 2000 and the year 2010, averages, and percent changes for the City of Bethlehem, the City of Bethlehem in Lehigh County, the City of Bethlehem in Northampton County, and the Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) which is made up of Allentown, Bethlehem, and Easton. The data was then broken down for the City of Bethlehem s four neighborhoods (West Bethlehem, Northeast Bethlehem, Central Bethlehem, and South Bethlehem). This data was listed in the census tracts for those four neighborhoods. The census data is listed in five main tables. These tables include population characteristics, race and ethnicity, housing, households, density and income. Last is a table that compares the major categories data for the City of Bethlehem from the 1990 census to the data for the 2010 census. The source of the information for this report was obtained through: Factfinder2.census.gov 10

11 Table A: Population Sex and Age All Persons Male Female Under 18 Over 65 Area Change Change Change Change Change Bethlehem City Bethlehem City, Lehigh County Bethlehem City, Northampton County Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, PA 71,329 74, ,029 19, ,300 55, , , ,091 36, ,864 9, ,227 26, , , ,238 38, ,165 10, ,073 28, , , ,949 14, ,650 3, ,299 11, , , ,781 12, ,410 4, ,371 8, , , MSA West Census Tract 91 Bethlehem Census Tract 92 Census Tract 93 Census Tract 94 Census Tract 95 3,242 3, ,700 3, ,213 3, ,929 3, ,945 4, ,029 19, ,806 3, ,357 1, ,767 1, ,487 1, ,727 1, ,526 2, ,864 9, ,773 1, ,885 2, ,933 1, ,726 1, ,202 2, ,419 2, ,165 10, ,033 2, ,061 1, ,650 3, ,395 1, ,410 4, Northeast Census Tract 101 Bethlehem Census Tract 102 Census Tract 103 Census Tract 104 3,659 3, ,929 3, ,297 3, ,894 5, ,779 15, ,945 3, ,755 1, ,809 1, ,561 1, ,311 2, ,436 7, ,859 1, ,904 1, ,120 2, ,736 1, ,583 2, ,343 8, ,086 2, , ,192 3, ,091 1, ,184 1, ,597 3, Central Census Tract 105 Bethlehem Census Tract 106 Census Tract 107 Census Tract 108 4,428 4, ,672 7, ,824 4, ,632 2, ,556 19, ,639 4, ,956 1, ,165 3, ,229 2, ,112 1, ,462 9, ,116 2, ,472 2, ,507 4, ,595 2, ,520 1, ,094 10, ,524 2, ,598 1, ,272 1, ,086 4, ,022 1, ,419 1, ,235 3, South Census Tract 109 Bethlehem Census Tract 110* Census Tract 111* Census Tract 112 Census Tract 113 3,334 3, ,633 3, , ,395 5, ,176 4, ,965 20, ,583 1, ,233 1, , ,702 2, ,569 1, ,329 10, ,751 1, ,400 1, , ,693 2, ,607 2, ,636 9, ,492 1, ,065 1, ,021 4, ,530 1, ,593 4, ,866 2, ,727 1, *Census Tract 110 and 111 population and race statistics are listed as they were reported by the U.S. Census. The figures for the population in the year 2000 in these two areas may have discrepancies. Therefore these numbers will remain listed but were not taken into account for the summary of the data. 11

12 Table B: Population - Race and Ethnicity Area Bethlehem City Bethlehem City, Lehigh County Bethlehem City, Northampton County Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, PA MSA West Census Tract 91 Bethlehem Census Tract 92 Census Tract 93 Census Tract 94 Census Tract 95 Northeast Census Tract 101 Bethlehem Census Tract 102 Census Tract 103 Census Tract 104 Central Census Tract 105 Bethlehem Census Tract 106 Census Tract 107 Census Tract 108 South Census Tract 109 Bethlehem Census Tract 110* Census Tract 111* Census Tract 112 Census Tract 113 All Persons White Black or African American Hispanic or Latino Origin Change Change Change Change 71,329 74, ,382 57, ,596 5, ,002 18, ,029 19, ,267 16, ,684 2, ,300 55, ,115 41, ,119 4, ,318 15, , , , , ,850 41, , , ,242 3, ,700 3, ,213 3, ,929 3, ,945 4, ,029 19, ,806 3, ,659 3, ,929 3, ,297 3, ,894 5, ,779 15, ,945 3, ,428 4, ,672 7, ,824 4, ,632 2, ,556 19, ,639 4, ,334 3, ,633 3, , ,395 5, ,176 4, ,965 20, ,593 4, , ,428 3, ,029 2, ,323 3, ,387 3, ,267 16, ,453 3, ,195 2, ,693 3, ,109 2, ,499 4, ,496 13, ,624 3, ,092 2, ,056 6, ,222 3, ,351 2, ,721 15, ,680 3, ,169 1, ,458 2, , ,163 3, ,768 2, ,898 12, ,380 2, , ,027 1, , ,684 2, , ,631 2, , ,927 5, , ,263 1, , ,766 3, ,711 2, ,672 8, ,334 1, *Census Tract 110 and 111 population and race statistics are listed as they were reported by the U.S. Census. The figures for the population in the year 2000 in these two areas may have discrepancies. Therefore these numbers will remain listed but were not taken into account for the summary of the data. 12

13 Table B: Continued Area Bethlehem City Bethlehem City, Lehigh County Bethlehem City, Northampton County Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, PA MSA Asian Two or More Races Other Change Change Changes 1,585 2, ,827 2, ,524 7, , ,432 1, ,516 2, ,550 6, ,392 20, ,858 19, ,501 50, West Census Tract 91 Bethlehem Census Tract 92 Census Tract 93 Census Tract 94 Census Tract 95 Northeast Census Tract 101 Bethlehem Census Tract 102 Census Tract 103 Census Tract 104 Central Census Tract 105 Bethlehem Census Tract 106 Census Tract 107 Census Tract 108 South Census Tract 109 Bethlehem Census Tract 110* Census Tract 111* Census Tract 112 Census Tract , , , , ,718 1, ,604 2, ,599 1, , ,270 3, *Census Tract 110 and 111 population and race statistics are listed as they were reported by the U.S. Census. The figures for the population in the year 2000 in these two areas may have discrepancies. Therefore these numbers will remain listed but were not taken into account for the summary of the data.

14 Table C: Housing Area Bethlehem City Bethlehem City, Lehigh County Bethlehem City, Northampton County Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, PA MSA West Census Tract 91 Bethlehem Census Tract 92 Census Tract 93 Census Tract 94 Census Tract 95 Northeast Census Tract 101 Bethlehem Census Tract 102 Census Tract 103 Census Tract 104 Central Census Tract 105 Bethlehem Census Tract 106 Census Tract 107 Census Tract 108 South Census Tract 109 Bethlehem Census Tract 110 Census Tract 111 Census Tract 112 Census Tract 113 Housing Units Occupied Units Owner Occupied Renter Occupied Change Change Change Change 29,631 31, ,116 29, ,335 15, ,781 13, ,542 8, ,188 8, ,968 4, ,220 3, ,089 22, ,928 20, ,363 10, ,565 10, , , , , , , ,276 90, ,474 1, ,855 1, ,385 1, ,630 1, ,198 2, ,542 8, ,708 1, ,572 1, ,485 1, ,532 1, ,161 2, ,750 6, ,688 1, ,778 1, ,069 3, ,814 1, ,577 1, ,238 8, ,060 2, ,396 1, ,326 1, ,115 2, ,177 1, ,101 6, ,220 1, ,435 1, ,798 1, ,346 1, ,545 1, ,064 2, ,188 8, ,638 1, ,515 1, ,445 1, ,460 1, ,105 2, ,525 6, ,631 1, ,725 1, ,940 3, ,700 1, ,493 1, ,858 8, ,965 2, ,263 1, ,183 1, ,919 1, ,094 1, ,545 6, ,109 1, , ,151 1, ,138 1, ,968 4, ,314 1, ,150 1, ,683 1, ,046 4, ,262 1, ,295 2, ,022 3, , ,299 2, ,220 3, ,479 1, ,324 1, ,132 1, ,836 4, , , ,002 1, ,246 4,

15 Table C: Continued Area Bethlehem City Bethlehem City, Lehigh County Bethlehem City, Northampton County Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, PA MSA West Census Tract 91 Bethlehem Census Tract 92 Census Tract 93 Census Tract 94 Census Tract 95 Northeast Census Tract 101 Bethlehem Census Tract 102 Census Tract 103 Census Tract 104 Central Census Tract 105 Bethlehem Census Tract 106 Census Tract 107 Census Tract 108 South Census Tract 109 Bethlehem Census Tract 110 Census Tract 111 Census Tract 112 Census Tract 113 Median Value Median Rent Units with a Mortgage Units without a Mortgage Change Change Change Change 97, , ,309 10, ,145 5, , ,700* * ,933 3, ,805 1, , ,100* * ,376 7, ,340 3, , , , ,893* ,682 73,447* , ,300* , ,600* , ,500* , ,000* , ,900* , ,660* , ,800* , ,400* , ,100* , ,100* , ,880* , ,800* , ,300* , ,000* , ,100* , ,050* , ,300* , ,800* , ,600* , ,500* , ,100* * ,013* * * * * * ,625 ** ** ** 908* ** * * * * * * * * ,152* * * ,933 3, , ,831 3, ,296 1, ,298 2, ,247 1, ,805 1, ,954 1, ,528 1, , ,660* * *The exact data from the 2010 Census was unavailable for these categories. The listed figures are estimates from the American Community Survey. Please note that the percentage changes listed have been calculated using the data from the 2000 Census and the 2010 American Community Survey.

16 **The estimates for these categories are currently unavailable. Therefore, they were not taken into account in calculating the average median rent and percent change in median rent for Northeast Bethlehem. Table D: Households Area Bethlehem City Bethlehem City, Lehigh County Bethlehem City, Northampton County Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, PA MSA West Census Tract 91 Bethlehem Census Tract 92 Census Tract 93 Census Tract 94 Census Tract 95 Northeast Census Tract 101 Bethlehem Census Tract 102 Census Tract 103 Census Tract 104 Central Census Tract 105 Bethlehem Census Tract 106 Census Tract 107 Census Tract 108 South Census Tract 109 Bethlehem Census Tract 110 Census Tract 111 Census Tract 112 Census Tract 113 Households Persons per Household Family Households Change Change Change 28,116 29, ,090 17, ,542 8, ,856 4, ,928 20, ,234 12, , , , , ,435 1, ,798 1, ,346 1, ,545 1, ,064 2, ,188 8, ,638 1, ,515 1, ,445 1, ,460 1, ,105 2, ,525 6, ,631 1, ,725 1, ,940 3, ,700 1, ,493 1, ,858 8, ,965 2, ,263 1, ,183 1, ,926 1, ,094 1, ,545 6, ,109 1, ,066 1, ,151 1, ,856 4, ,033 1, ,121 1, ,458 1, ,554 4, ,139 1, ,215 1, ,809 1, ,429 4, ,107 1, ,221 1, , ,251 3, Married Couple Households Change 12,410 11, ,767 3, ,643 7, , , ,767 3, , ,210 1, ,824 3, ,414 1, ,886 2, ,933 1,

17 Table D: Continued Area Bethlehem City Bethlehem City, Lehigh County Bethlehem City, Northampton County Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, PA MSA West Census Tract 91 Bethlehem Census Tract 92 Census Tract 93 Census Tract 94 Census Tract 95 Northeast Census Tract 101 Bethlehem Census Tract 102 Census Tract 103 Census Tract 104 Central Census Tract 105 Bethlehem Census Tract 106 Census Tract 107 Census Tract 108 South Census Tract 109 Bethlehem Census Tract 110 Census Tract 111 Census Tract 112 Census Tract 113 Male Households Change 3,380 4, ,016 1, , ,385 34, ,016 1, ,016 1, Female Households Change 5,701 5, ,820 1, ,780 3, ,886 46, ,820 1, ,136 1, ,900 1, Non-Family Households Households Change 3,895 4, ,241 1, ,897 2, ,300 34, ,241 1, , , Persons Living in Group Quarters Change 5,652 6, , ,609 5, ,706 22, , / ,158 1, , ,961 1, ,086 3,

18 Table E: Density and Disabled Persons Disabled Persons, Institutionalized, and Non- Institutionalized in Group Quarters Area Population Area (Sq. Miles) Land Area Population Density Disabled of Population Institutionalized Non- Institutionalized In group quarters Bethlehem City Bethlehem City, Lehigh County Bethlehem City, Northampton County Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, PA MSA West Census Tract 91 Bethlehem Census Tract 92 Census Tract 93 Census Tract 94 Census Tract 95 Northeast Census Tract 101 Bethlehem Census Tract 102 Census Tract 103 Census Tract 104 Central Census Tract 105 Bethlehem Census Tract 106 Census Tract 107 Census Tract , , , , ,377 5,310 19, , , , , , ,263 5, ,173 1, , ,163 11,543 3,717 3,768 3,246 3,972 4,64 19,343 3,739 3,777 3,290 5,064 15,870 4,208 7,823 4,780 2,876 19, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,142 1,088 1, , , South Census Tract 109 Bethlehem Census Tract 110 Census Tract 111 Census Tract 112 Census Tract 113 3,515 3,530 3,208 5,768 4,061 20, , , , , ,820.5 Please note that the numbers of disabled persons have not yet been released in the 2010 Census , , , , ,086 3,496 18

19 Table F : 2000 and 2010 Income Area Bethlehem City Bethlehem City, Lehigh County Bethlehem City, Northampton County Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, PA MSA West Census Tract 91 Bethlehem Census Tract 92 Census Tract 93 Census Tract 94 Census Tract 95 Northeast Census Tract 101 Bethlehem Census Tract 102 Census Tract 103 Census Tract 104 Central Census Tract 105 Bethlehem Census Tract 106 Census Tract 107 Census Tract 108 Household Income Family Income Per Capita Income # Below Poverty Level Change Change Change Change 35,815 42, ,354 49, ,987 22, ,970 12,597** ,265 46,981* ,447 56,850* ,697 25,367* ,499 1,683** ,317 42,743* ,427 53,152* ,141 22,232* ,471 11,016** ,098 55, ,114 67, ,243 27, ,008 82,117** ,959 41,883* ,645 53,987* ,018 61,513* ,357 40,118* ,152 43,379* ,826 48,176* ,750 54,688* ,774 92,356* ,033 54,813* ,161 63,902* ,680 66,440* ,500 20,766* ,934 51,076* ,962 45,517* ,179 25,744* ,394 35,776* ,477 56,922* ,750 65,179* ,591 77,727* ,586 42,813* ,328 47,102* ,346 57,949* ,838 65,238* ,252 98,229* ,199 69,573* ,458 68,791* ,687 75,458* ,942 25,417* ,215 57,329* ,400 50,993* ,068 47,159* ,656 45,224* ,698 24,118* ,132 29,248* ,100 30,604* ,721 21,076* ,797 22,939* ,890 25,597* ,990 27,764* ,816 48,357* ,066 28,544* ,299 31,126* ,043 33,948* ,516 11,789* ,762 24,976* ,489 18,026* ,605 34,515* ,843 22,326* ** ** ** ** ** ,499 1,692** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** 6.7 1,977 2,011** ** ** ** ,024 4,007** ,002** 32.5 South Census Tract 109 Bethlehem Census Tract 110 Census Tract 111 Census Tract 112 Census Tract ,200 34,602* ,813 25,133* ,063 56,061* ,677 29,223* ,393 35,357* ,468 33,009* ,968 35,000* ,643 93,125* ,849 33,313* ,529 28,464* ,429 36,075* ,491 44,582* ,736 14,269* ,324** 43.6 *The exact data from the 2010 U.S. Census was unavailable for these categories in Table F. Please note that the listed figures are estimates from the American Community Survey (ACS). The percent changes between 2000 and 2010 were calculated using the exact data from the 2000 Census and the 2010 estimates from the ACS ,199 15,541* 2.3 7,683 15,455* ,255 4,032* ,823 13,361* ,800 22,956* ** ,341 1,680** ,093** 3,315 1,696 1,828** ,238** ,612 6,619** 43.5

20 **The exact data from the 2010 Census was unavailable for these categories. The listed numbers of people living below the poverty level in 2010 have been derived from percentages given by the 2010 Census in each population. 20 Year Trends Year Change Change over 20 years Population 71,428 71,329 74,982 3, Male Population 34,280 34,091 36,032 1, Female Population 37,148 37,238 38,950 1, Persons Under 18 14,812 14,949 14, Persons Over 65 12,309 12,781 12, Race (White) 62,540 58,382 57,305-5, Race (Black or African 2,080 2,596 5,199 3, American) Race (Asian) 1,204 1,585 2, Hispanic or Latino 9,300 13,002 18,268 8, Other (Race) 6,808 8,524 8,543 1, Housing Units 28,486 29,631 31,221 2, Occupied Housing Units 27,241 28,116 29,365 2, Owner Occupied Units 16,636 16,335 15, Renter Occupied Units 10,632 11,781 13,638 3, Median Value (Home) 89,800 97, ,500 94, Median Rent Households 27,268 28,116 29,365 2, Persons Per Household Family Households 18,035 17,090 17, Male Households 852 3,380 5,473 4, Female Households 3,281 5,701 6,790 3, Non-Family 65+ Households 3,624 3,895 3, Persons Living In Group Quarters 4,922 5,652 6,265 1, Household Income 29,946 35,815 42,232 12, Family Income 33,709 45,354 49,501 15, Per Capita Income 14,174 18,987 22,385 8, # Below Poverty Level 8,626 9,970 12,597* 3,

21 *Please recall that this figure has been derived from percentages given by the 2010 Census in each population, as noted in Table F. The 20 year change and the percent change over 20 years were calculated using this derivation. 21

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