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Cully Neighborhood Survey Results - 2006

The Cully Association of Neighbors handed a survey out at the annual clean-up event in May of 2006. At this event, 134 surveys were completed. In June, 1,000 surveys were mailed by the City to a random selection of single-family and apartment units in the Cully neighborhood. The cover letter and surveys were in both Spanish and English. The mailing included a business-reply, postage-paid envelope that went to PSU’s Center for Urban Studies. As of the end of July, 208 surveys were completed from the random sample mailing, including three in Spanish. This is 22% of the surveys that were delivered (subtracting 60 surveys that were returned as undeliverable). This is a good response rate for a general, mail-out survey with no follow-up. There was a lower response rate from surveys sent to apartments. The mail-out survey was a collaborative effort between the City and PSU, with the City copying and mailing the survey and PSU paying for the return postage and doing the data entry and analysis. To read these survey results, click here...

Cully Demographics - 1990

Area (in Acres) 1752
Population: 11,272
Population Density (people per acre) 6.43
Families: 2,867
Households: 4,409

Population by Race
White 81%
Black 9%
American Indian, Eskimo & Aleut 2%
Asian & Pacific Islander 7%
Other Race 0%
Hispanic Origin 4%

Population By Age
Less Than 5 Years 8%
5-17 Years 18%
18-34 Years 27%
35-64 Years 32%
65 Years And Over 14%

Number Of People Per Household
2.56

Household Type (Presence and Age of Children)
Married couple with own Children under 18 23%
Married couple with no own children under 18 24%
Male Householder with no spouse with own Children under 18 2%
Male Householder with no own children under 18 2%
Female Household with no spouse With own Children under 18 8%
Female Household with no spouse No own children under 18 6%
Nonfamily Households 35%

Population Place Of Birth
Born In State Of Residence 48%
Born In Other State In U.S.
Northeast 2%
Midwest 12%
South 6%
West 19%
Outside United States/USA Citizen 1%
Foreign Born 11%

People In Same House In 1985
41%

Transportation to Work for Workers 16+
Drove Alone 69%
Carpooled 16%
Public Transportation 8%
Motorcycle 1%
Bicycle 1%
Walked 1%
Other Means 1%
Worked At Home 4%

Educational Attainment Age 25+
Less Than 9th Grade 9%
9th To 12th Grade, No Diploma 15%
High School Graduate/equivalency 32%
Some College, No Degree 25%
Associates Degree 7%
Bachelor's Degree 8%
Graduate Or Professional Degree 4%

Occupation Age 16+
Managerial & Professional Specialty 19%
Technical, Sales, & Admin. Support 28%
Service Occupations 15%
Farming, Forestry, & Fishing 2%
Precision Production, Craft, & Repair 13%
Operators, Fabricators, Laborers 22%

Class Of Worker Age 16+
Private For Profit Wage & Salary 75%
Private Not-for-profit Wage & Salary 5%
Local Government 5%
State Government 3%
Federal Government 3%
Self-employed 9%
Unpaid Family 0%

Median Income
$21,776

Household Income In 1989:
Less Than $5,000 7%
$5,000 To $9,999 11%
$10,000 To $14,999 14%
$15,000 To $24,999 23%
$25,000 To $49,999 35%
$50,000 To $74,999 8%
$75,000 To $99,999 1%
$100,000 Or More 0%

Household Earnings In 1989
Earning Nonfarm Self Employment Income 13%
Earning Farm Income 0%
With Income From Interest/div/rental 37%
With Social Security Income 27%
With Public Assistance Income 10%
With Retirement Income 15%
With Other Type Of Income 12%

Total Percent Below Poverty Level
20%

Housing Units
4754

Housing Units/Per Acre
3

Median House Value
$57,800

Median Gross Rent
$383

Occupancy Status: Housing Units
Occupied 4452
Vacant 302
Occupied, percent 94%
Vacant, percent 6%

Tenure Of Housing Units
Owner Occupied 55%
Renter Occupied 38%

Rooms Per Housing Unit
5

Number Of People Per Occupied Owner Occupied Unit
3

Number Of People Per Renter Occupied Unit
2

Units In Structure: Percents
Percents 1, Detached 68%
Percents 1, Attached 1%
Percents 2, 4%
Percents 3 To 9, 9%
Percents 10 To 49, 7%
Percents 50 Or More 3%
Percents Mobile Home Or Trailer 9%
Percents Other 0%

Year Structure Built
1989 To March 1990 1%
1985 To 1988 2%
1980 To 1984 4%
1970 To 1979 10%
1960 To 1969 16%
1950 To 1959 19%
1940 To 1949 25%
1939 And Earlier 23%

Vehicles Per Occupied Housing Unit
1.44

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