1 PORTSMOUTH, RI 1 Community Profile 2 PEOPLE AND PLACES Regional orientation The Town of Portsmouth (41.60º N, 71.25º W) (USGS 2008) is located in Southeastern Rhode Island in Newport County, and is one of three towns on Aquidneck Island. Portsmouth has 56 miles of shoreline (Town of Portsmouth nd). Portsmouth includes Prudence, Hope, and Patience Islands, located in Narragansett Bay, and is located in the middle of Narragansett Bay. Map 1. Location of Portsmouth, RI (US Census Bureau 2000a) Historical/Background Portsmouth was founded in 1638 by Anne Hutchinson, making it the first town in America to be founded by a woman. It calls itself the birthplace of American democracy, because some consider it the nation s first true democracy. All other towns founded in America prior to Portsmouth were under the Church of England. The Portsmouth Compact of 1638 is the first authentic guarantee of civil and religious freedom in the new world (Town of Portsmouth nd). The Navy also plays an important role in Portsmouth s history. In 1869, a torpedo testing station was established on Goat Island, off the coast of neighboring Middletown. The Naval War College was founded in Newport in The naval base here continued to 1 These community profiles have been created to serve as port descriptions in Environmental Impact Statements (EISs) for fisheries management actions. They also provide baseline information from which to begin research for Social Impact Assessments (SIAs). Further, they provide information relevant to general community impacts for National Standard 8 of the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act (MSA) and information on minorities and low income populations for Executive Order (E.O.) on Environmental Justice. 2 For purposes of citation please use the following template: Community Profile of Town, ST. Prepared under the auspices of the National Marine Fisheries Service, Northeast Fisheries Science Center. For further information contact
2 expand through World War II, becoming one of the Navy s most important bases of operation. The Navy continued to acquire land, and encompassed portions of Portsmouth, Middletown, and Newport. While the Navy s operations here have declined in subsequent years, today this area hosts the Naval War College, the Surface Warfare Officers School, and the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC 2008). In addition to having an extensive coastline, Portsmouth has numerous farms, resulting from a highly progressive farm preservation program (Town of Portsmouth nd). Prudence Island is a sparsely inhabited island of which the majority is a state park. Prudence and Hope Islands are uninhabited. Much of the land on these islands is part of the Narragansett Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve (NBNERR nd). Demographics 3 According to Census 2000 data, Portsmouth had a total population of 17,149, up 2.0% from the reported population of 16,817 in 1990 (US Census Bureau 1990). Of this 2000 total, 49.1% were males and 50.9% were females. The median age was 39.9 years and 72.4% of the population was 21 years or older while 15.7% was 62 or older. The most populous age group (Figure 1) for both men and women was the year old grouping, followed closely by both the and age groups. The age structure shows a dip in population for both men and women in the age bracket, indicating an out-migration of young people moving elsewhere for college and/or to seek jobs that is common in many fishing communities Population Structure PORTSMOUTH, RI to 69 Age 40 to to 29 Females Males 0 to Number of individuals Figure 1. Portsmouth s population structure by sex in 2000 (US Census Bureau 2000) The majority of the population was white (96.7%), with 1.2% of residents black or African American, 1.4% Asian, 0.2% Native American, and 0.03% Pacific Islander or Hawaiian (Figure 2). Only 1.5% of the population identified themselves as Hispanic/Latino (Figure 3). 3 While mid-term estimates are available for some larger communities, data from the 2000 Census are the only data universally available for the communities being profiled in the Northeast. Thus for cross-comparability we have used 2000 data even though these data may have changed significantly since 2000 for at least some communities.
3 Residents linked their backgrounds to a number of different ancestries including: Irish (24.9%), English (18.5%), Portuguese (14.3%), and German (12.4%), and Italian (10.9%). With regard to region of birth, 40.3% were born in Rhode Island, 54.6% were born in a different state and 4.0% were born outside of the U.S. (including 1.7% who were not United States citizens) Racial Structure Portsmouth, RI White 96.7% Black 1.2% Native 0.2% Pacific Islander 0.03% Asian 1.4% Other 0.4% Figure 2. Racial Structure in 2000 (US Census Bureau 2000) 2000 Ethnic Structure PORTSMOUTH, RI Non-hispanic 98.5% Hispanic 1.5% Figure 3. Ethnic Structure in 2000 (US Census Bureau 2000) For 94.3% of the population, only English was spoken in the home, leaving 5.7% in homes where a language other than English was spoken, and including 1.5% of the population who spoke English less than 'very well' according to the 2000 Census. Of the population 25 years and over, 90.9% were high school graduates or higher and 42.9% had a bachelor s degree or higher. Again of the population 25 years and over, 3.4% did not reach ninth grade, 5.7% attended some high school but did not graduate, 23.6% completed high school, 17.7% had some college with no degree, 6.7% received an associate degree, 25.9% earned a bachelor s degree, and 17.0% received either their graduate or professional degree.
4 Although religion percentages are not available through U.S. Census data, according to the Association of Religion Data Archives (ARDA) in 2000, the religion with the highest number of congregations in Newport County was Catholic with 13 congregations and 68,668 adherents. Other prominent congregations in the county were Episcopal (10 with 4,720), and American Baptist (15 with 3,022). The total number of adherents to any religion was up 57.3% from 1990 (ARDA 2000). Issues/Processes There are a number of future development plans for Portsmouth s underutilized waterfront, including a large marina and luxury condominiums (Portsmouth n.d.). Cultural attributes Portsmouth does not have any cultural attributes directly related to fishing. However, there are a number of cultural attributes in nearby Newport. With such a diverse background, the city of Newport makes every effort to embrace its heritage through the many festivals that the city holds. One of the major events for the city is The Tall Ships Rhode Island. The event includes tours of historic national and international Tall Ships, an international marketplace, and family entertainment. The Great Chowder Cook Off and the Taste of Rhode Island festivals both celebrate the region s past and present ties with the fishing industry, at least indirectly, through a celebration of the state s culinary heritage (NHC 2008). The annual Blessing of the Fleet takes place in early December as part of the Christmas in Newport festival, and includes a parade by both commercial and recreational vessels decorated for the holidays. The city also celebrates both Irish Heritage Month (RIHPHC 2008) and Oktoberfest (HPC 2008) to remember and embrace its roots. INFRASTRUCTURE Current Economy According to the U.S. Census , 68.7% ( individuals) of the total population 16 years of age and over were in the labor force (Figure 4), of which 2.4% were unemployed, 2.2% were in the Armed Forces, and 64.2% were employed. 4 Again, Census data from 2000 are used because they are universally available and offer cross-comparability among communities. Some statistics, particularly median home price, are likely to have changed significantly since 2000.
5 2000 Employment Structure PORTSMOUTH, RI Employed 64.2% Unemployed 2.4% Armed Forces 2.2% Not in labor force 31.3% Figure 4. Employment Structure in 2000 (US Census Bureau 2000a) Major industries on Aquidneck Island include: Oceanography, underwater systems development, navigational equipment, advanced thermoplastic composites, programmers, small boat, sailboat, luxury yacht and ship building, marinas, tourism, printing, awards, and 4,000 acres of farms. A wide variety of skills exists in Portsmouth and adjacent towns. An impressive community of management, engineers and scientists has grown around Naval Undersea Warfare Center and Raytheon, including many small consulting firms. About 70% of Rhode Island's software industry is on Aquidneck Island. While Portsmouth tends to be home to the more highly skilled, a substantial population with a full range of skills lives within a 10 mile radius. Portsmouth also has an Enterprise Zone created to attract businesses, providing them with tax incentives. Four out of five of Rhode Island s top boat dealers are located in Portsmouth, as are a number of yacht and small boat manufacturers. Marine-related businesses in Portsmouth include: Alden Yachts, Brewer Street Boatworks, North Sails, Vanguard Sailboats, and a number of other businesses providing electronic, rigging, marine engineering, and other services (Town of Portsmouth nd). According to Census 2000 data, jobs in the census grouping which includes agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, and mining accounted for 57 positions or 0.7% of all jobs. Self employed workers, a category where fishermen might be found, accounted for 506 positions or 5.9% of jobs. Education, health, and social services (26.5%), professional, scientific, management, administrative, and waste management services (14.4%), retail trade (10.0%), and manufacturing (9.8%) were the primary industries. Median household income in Portsmouth was $58,835, up 38.5% from $42,474 in 1990 (US Census Bureau 1990) and per capita income was $28,161. For full-time year round workers, males made approximately 45.8% more per year than females. The average family in Portsmouth consisted of 3.00 persons. With respect to poverty, 2.0% of families, down from 3.3% in 1990 (US Census Bureau 1990) and 3.4% of individuals earn below the official U.S. Census poverty threshold. This threshold is $8,794 for individuals and ranges from $11,239 through $35,060 for families, depending on number of persons (2-9) (US Census Bureau 2000b). In 2000, 13.6% of all families (of any size) earned less than $35,000 per year.
6 In 2000, Portsmouth had a total of 7,386 housing units of which 91.5% were occupied and 75.3% were detached one unit homes. Close to fifteen percent (14.8%) of these homes were built before Mobile homes, boats, RVs, vans, etc. accounted for 4.9% of the total housing units; 91.2% of detached units have between 2 and 9 rooms. In 2000, the median cost for a home in this area was $167,800. Of vacant housing units, 5.2% were used for seasonal, recreational, or occasional use. Of occupied units, 26.1% were renter occupied. Government The town of Portsmouth operates under a Council-Administrator form of government, with a seven-member council elected to two-year terms (Town of Portsmouth nd). Fishery involvement in government Portsmouth s Community Comprehensive Plan (as updated through 2002) includes a focus on enhancing marine-related activities in the town and maintaining public access to the waterfront (Town of Portsmouth nd). The town also has a harbormaster. Institutional Fishing associations The Rhode Island Saltwater Anglers Association is dedicated to conservation of the marine environment and of fisheries, and to protecting the rights of saltwater recreational fishermen in Rhode Island. Rhode Island has several other fishery associations to which fishermen in Portsmouth might belong, including: the Ocean State Fishermen s Association, the Rhode Island Shellfishermen s Association, the Rhode Island Inshore Fishermen s Association, the Rhode Island Lobstermen s Association, and the Rhode Island Commercial Fishermen s Association (URI 2005). Fishing assistance centers Information on fishery assistance centers in Portsmouth is unavailable through secondary data collection. Other fishing related organizations The Commercial Fisheries Center of Rhode Island was founded in 2004 and is home to nonprofit commercial fishing organizations, and serves as a headquarters for bringing fishermen, scientists, managers, and elected officials together to discuss issues. The goals of the center are to improve fisheries and understanding of the marine environment through education, collaborative research, and cooperation (CFCRI nd). Save the Bay is a non-profit organization dedicated to restoring and protecting the environmental quality of Narragansett Bay. The organization works towards this goal by monitoring the health of the Bay, initiating action to clean up the Bay, and through advocacy and education programs. Physical Portsmouth is accessible by the Sakonnet River and Mount Hope Bridges, and by the Newport Pell Bridge via Newport. The Newport State Airport is two miles away, and T.F. Green State Airport is 36 miles away in Warwick. Route 24 ends in Portsmouth, providing easy access to Providence and Boston. Newport is 9 miles, New Bedford, MA is 22 miles away, and
7 Providence is 29 miles from Portsmouth. The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority runs a bus between Newport and Providence which stops in Portsmouth (RIPTA nd). According to the 2002 update of the Portsmouth Comprehensive Community Plan, the Prudence Ferry runs to Prudence Island from Bristol (Town of Portsmouth nd). Portsmouth has six marinas, a public boat launch, and 1,000 private moorings. The marinas include Brewer s Sakonnet Marina, East Passage Yachting Center, Pirate Cove Marina, Stone Bridge Marina, Little Harbor Marine (Town of Portsmouth nd), and a small, private marina with limited public access at the end of Willow Lane. 5 Brewer s Sakonnet Marina 320 slips, service facilities, and a fuel dock. The East Passage Yachting Center has 360 deep-water berths and a full service marina with winter storage. New England Boatworks, a boatbuilding company, is also located here. There are public boat ramps in Portsmouth located at Weaver Cove, Cedar Cove, and Stone Bridge (Town of Portsmouth nd). INVOLVEMENT IN NORTHEAST FISHERIES 6 Commercial Almost all landings in Portsmouth in 2006 were from the other species grouping; red crab, which had the most valuable landings on average from , had no landings in 2006 (see Table 1). The highest landings in Portsmouth were in 2000, followed by 2001, with a low level of landings in most other years. Home ported vessels in Portsmouth declined, from a high of six in 1997 and 1998, down to just one in 2004 and There are considerably more vessels with owners living in Portsmouth than there are vessels home ported here. There were a maximum of 19 vessels with owners in Portsmouth in 1997, down to nine in (see Table 2). Many of these vessel owners may keep their boats in Newport. 5 Profile review comment, Gary Crosby, Assistant Planner, 2200 E. Main Rd. Portsmouth, RI 02871, August 29, In reviewing the commercial landings data several factors need to be kept in mind. 1) While both federal and state landings are included, some states provide more detailed data to NMFS than others. For example, shellfish may not be included or data may be reported only by county and not by port. 2) Some communities did not have individual port codes until more recently. Before individual port codes were assigned, landings from those ports were coded at the county level or as an aggregate of two geographically close small ports. Where landings were coded at the county level they cannot be sorted to individual ports for those earlier years, e.g., prior to ) Where aggregated codes were used, those aggregate codes may still exist and be in use alongside the new individual codes. Here the landings which are still assigned to the aggregate port code cannot be sorted into the individual ports, so port level data are only those which used the individual port code. 4) Even when individual port codes exist, especially for small ports, landings may be coded at the county level. Here again it is impossible to disaggregate these to a port level, making the port level landings incomplete. 5) In all these cases, the per port data in this profile may under report the total level of landings to the port, though all landings are accounted for in the overall NMFS database.
8 Landings by Species Table 1. Rank Value of Landings for Federally Managed Groups Species Rank Value of Average Landings from Red Crab 1 Other 7 2 Squid, Mackerel, Butterfish 3 Herring 4 Surf Clams, Ocean Quahog 5 Lobster 6 Monkfish 7 Summer Flounder, Scup, Black Sea Bass 8 Skate 9 Largemesh Groundfish 8 10 Scallop 11 Bluefish 12 Dogfish 13 Smallmesh Groundfish 9 14 (Note: Only rank value is provided because value information is confidential in ports with fewer than three vessels or fewer than three dealers, or where one dealer predominates in a particular species and would therefore be identifiable.) Vessels by Year 10 Table 2. Federal Vessel Permits Between Year # Vessels (home ported) # Vessels (owner's city) (Note: # Vessels home ported = No. of permitted vessels with location as homeport, # Vessels (owner's city) = No. of permitted vessels with location as owner residence 11 ) 7 Other species includes any species not accounted for in a federally managed group 8 Largemesh groundfish: cod, winter flounder, yellowtail flounder, American plaice, sand-dab flounder, haddock, white hake, redfish, and pollock 9 Smallmesh multi-species: red hake, ocean pout, mixed hake, black whiting, silver hake (whiting) 10 Numbers of vessels by owner s city and homeport are as reported by the permit holder on permit application forms. These may not correspond to the port where a vessel lands or even spends the majority of its time when docked.
9 Recreational There is a large recreational fishing sector in Rhode Island. In Rhode Island, nearly 362,000 recreational marine anglers - more than half from out-of-state - made over 1.5 million trips, catching 4.3 million pounds of sport fish and releasing about 55 percent in 2004 (RIDEM 2004). Subsistence Information on subsistence fishing in Portsmouth is either unavailable through secondary data collection or the practice does not exist. FUTURE There a number of areas of land in Portsmouth which were formerly part of Naval Station Newport and which are no longer in use; many of these properties have water views and are likely to be developed in some capacity in the future. In particular, the town wishes to increase the development of marine-related industries, enhancing its position within the industry. One plan includes the development of a marina village at Weaver Cove which would include a marina, housing, restaurant and retail uses (Town of Portsmouth nd). It would be the largest single marina in New England, with 1,495 slips, and a number of condominiums with waterfront access (ProJo 2006). References Association of Religion Data Archive (ARDA) Interactive Maps and Reports, Counties within one state [cited October 2005]. Available from: Commercial Fisheries Center of Rhode Island (CFCRI). nd. Web site [cited Jul 2007]. Available at: Hall-Arber M, Dyer C, Poggie J, McNally J, Gagne R New England s Fishing Communities. Cambridge (MA): MIT Sea Grant Available at: Narragansett Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve (NBNERR). nd. Web site [cited Feb 2007]. Available at: Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Naval History in Rhode Island [cited Sept 2008]. Available at: Newport Harbor Corporation (NHC) Newport waterfront festivals at the Newport Yachting Club [cited Feb 2007]. Available at: Providence Journal (ProJo) A sea change for zoning in Portsmouth Marina plan floats town s boat. Providence Journal, 2006 May 26. Rhode Island Public Transportation Authority (RIPTA). nd. Web site [cited Sept 2008]. Available at: Rhode Island. Department of Environmental Management (RIDEM) Annual Report [cited Sept 2008]. Available at: Rhode Island Historical Preservation and Heritage Commission (RIHPHC) Web site [cited Sept 2008]. Available at: 11 The Owner-City from the permit files is technically the address at which the owner receives mail concerning their permitted vessels, which could reflect the actual location of residence, the mailing address as distinct from residence, owner business location, or the address at which a subsidiary receives mail about the permits.
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Demographics PROFILE OF THE MILITARY COMMUNITY ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This report is published by the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Military Community and Family Policy), under contract