As part of the Comprehensive Plan's growth management strategy, the City of Seattle designated geographic areas to accommodate future population and job growth. These areas were defined as Residential Urban Villages, Hub Urban Villages, and Urban Centers. (View urban centers and villages list and overview map.)
Below you will find the following maps and reports:
- Map of all urban centers and villages.
- Race/ethnicity reports for all Urban Centers & Villages
- Subject reports for all Urban Centers & Villages
- Individual reports and maps for all Urban Centers & Villages
Race/Ethnicity Reports for All Urban Centers & Villages
This report provides census 2000 findings for different race categories and Hispanic/Latino ethnicity (SF1). Please be aware that total population counts may not match the subject reports which are derived from a different census data set (SF3). - Coming Soon
Subject Reports for All Urban Centers & Villages
Subject reports provide Census 2000 findings for urban villages created by the City of Seattle. Each 45-page report contains tables for all of Seattle's urban villages. Medians presented were estimated by the City.
- Age - Tables showing age distribution of Seattle population (by sex for all ages, ages of children by family type, and more).
- Commuting ("Journey to Work") - Tables of workers mode of transportation to work; travel time to work; timing of commute; place of work; the number of vehicles available to households; & more.
- Disabilty - Table of people's disability status by age, sex, and employment status.
- Education - Tables of adults' educational attainment by sex; school enrollment by level for the population age 3 and older; and more.
- Employment - Tables of employment status by sex; employment status of parents; armed forces status and education for population 16 to 19; employment in families; and more.
- Housing - Tables of vacancy status, tenure, persons per household, number of units in structure, year built, value, and rent.
- Income - Tables of earnings for men and women; median earnings; household and family income; median household income; and more.
- Language - Tables of language spoken at home; ability to speak English; households with limited use of English; and more.
- Poverty - Tables of poverty status by age; households and families in poverty; ratio of income to poverty; and more.
- Residency ("Migration") - Tables of place of birth (Washington, other area of U.S., & abroad); and year of entry to the U.S. for the foreign-born population.
Reports & Maps for Individual Urban Centers & Villages
The maps of the individual urban centers and villages available below show the Census 2000 geographies for which data is reported. The reports for each individual urban center and village include data on demographic characteristics--total population, age, family type, education levels, employment, housing and income.
|- Denny Triangle|
|- Commercial Core|
|- Pioneer Square|
|- Chinatown-International District|
|First Hill-Capitol Hill|
|- Capitol Hill|
|- First Hill|
|- 12th Avenue|
|South Lake Union|
|- University District Northwest|
|- University Campus|
HUB URBAN VILLAGES
|Bitter Lake Village|
|Lake City of Seattle|
|RESIDENTIAL URBAN VILLAGES|
|23rd & Union-Jackson|
|MLK at Holly Street|
|North Beacon Hill|
|MANUFACTURING AND INDUSTRIAL CENTERS|
List of all urban centers and villages reports - complete list of all individual urban centers and villages reports from table above.
Other Locally-Defined Areas with Census Data Currently Available