Ozaukee County Data Profile

Population/Demographics
Population (1,6)
2000 2010 2013
Ozaukee County 82,317 86,395 87,054
         
Municipalities (ranked by population)



Mequon, city 21,823 23,132 23,334
Grafton, village 10,312 11,459 11,524
Cedarburg, ctiy 10,908 11,412 11,475
Port Washington, city 10,467 11,250 11,343
Saukville, village  4,068 4,451 4,501  
Thiensville, village  3,254 3,235 3,223  
Belgium, village  1,678 2,245 2,256  
Fredonia, village  1,934 2,160 2,168  





Population/Demographic Characteristics (1,6)
2000 2010 2013 % dist (13)
Population by age:



Total 82,317 86,395 87,054 100.0
14 & under 17,990 16,388 15,601 17.9
15 to 24 9,565 10,404 11,039 12.7
25 to 34 8,435 8,095 8,358 9.6
35 to 44 14,614 11,016 10,031 11.5
45 to 54 13,207 15,072 14,006 16.1
55 to 64 8,149 12,212 13,351 15.3
65 + 10,357 13,208 14,668 16.8
Median age 38.9 42.9 43.8





Population by sex:



Male 40,592 42,340 42,708 49.1
Female 41,725 44,055 44,346 50.9





Population by race:



White 79,967 82,529 82,723 95.0
Black/African American
774 1,186 1,296 1.5
American Indian 177 225 258 0.3
Asian 889 1,539 1,752 2.0
Native Hawaiian 14 26 28 0.0
Two or more 496 890 997 1.1





Hispanic/Latino (2) 1,073 1,956 2,278 2.6





Housing/Household Characteristics (1,6)
2000 2010 2013
Households 30,857 34,228 N.A.
Persons per household 2.61 2.47 N.A.





Housing Occupancy



All housing units 32,034 36,267 36,435
Occupied housing units 30,857 34,228 N.A.
Vacant housing units 1,177 2,039 N.A.





Housing Tenure



Occupied housing units 30,857 34,228 N.A.
Owner-occupied housing units 23,543 26,245 N.A.
Renter-occupied housing units 7,314 7,983 N.A.


Labor Force
Labor Market (3)
Labor Force Employment Unemployed % Unemployed
2003 47,567 45,329 2,238 4.7
2004 47,451 45,698 1,753 3.7
2005 47,895 46,099 1,796 3.7
2006
48,806
47,062
1,744
3.6
2007  48,001 46,208  1,793  3.7
2008
47,920
 46,019 1,829
 3.8
2009
47,834 44,191 3,643  7.6
2010
47,071 43,805 3,266 6.9
2011 47,069 44,203 2,866  6.1
2012 46,882 44,190 2,692  5.7
2013
47,006
44,432 2,574  5.5
         
Payroll Employment by Industry (4)
2000 2010 2013 % dist. (13)
Total 39,106 37,377 39,234 100.0





Goods Producing 14,191 9,481 10,345 26.4
Natural resource & mining 207 194 211 0.5
Construction 1,541 1,104 1,113 2.8
Manufacturing 12,443 8,184 9,021 23.0





Service providing 24,915 27,896 28,889 73.6
Trade, transportation & utilities 6,629 6,428 6,394 16.3
   Wholesale trade 1,572 1,489 1,435 3.7
   Retail trade 4,337 4,510 4,502 11.5
   Transp., warehousing
   & utilities
720 429 457 1.2
Information 270 304 282 0.7
Financial activities 1,973 2,114 2,006 5.1
   Finance & insurance 1,533 1,832 1,698 4.3
   Real estate, rental &
   leasing
440 281 308 0.8
Professional & business services 4,246 4,250 4,601 11.7
   Professional &
   technical services
1,580 2,041 2,331 5.9
   Management of
   companies
330 263 304 0.8
   Administrative &
   waste services
2,336 1,946 1,966 5.0
Educational & health services 3,472 5,628 6,434 16.4
   Educational services 565 1,063 1,282 3.3
   Health care & social  
   assistance
2,907 4,565 5,152 13.1
Leisure & hospitality 3,432 4,102 4,506 11.5
   Arts, entertainment &
   recreation
653 723 860 2.2
   Accommodation &
   food services
2,779 3,378 3,647 9.3
Other services, excluding public 1,201 1,255 1,166 3.0
Government 3,692 3,815 3,500 8.9





Employment by Occupation (5)
2009-2013 % dist.

Employed population 16 years and over 44,704 100.0

Management occupations 6,114 13.7

Business & financial operations occupations 2,887 6.5

Computer & mathematical occupations 1,104 2.5

Architecture & engineering occupations 1,385 3.1

Life, physical & social science occupations 278 0.6

Community & social services occupations 764 1.7

Legal occupations 791 1.8

Education, training & library occupations 3,057 6.8

Arts, design, entertainment, sports, & media occ. 806 1.8

Healthcare Practitioner & technical occupations 3,111 7.0

Healthcare support occupations 842 1.9

Protective service occupations 515 1.2

Food preparation & serving related occupations 1,761 3.9

Building & grounds cleaning & maintenance occ. 1,192 2.7

Personal care & service occupations 1,817 4.1

Sales & related occupations 5,044 11.3

Office & administrative support occupations 5,623 12.6

Farming, fishing & forestry occupations 379 0.8

Construction & extractive occupations 1,399 3.1

Installation, maintenance & repair occupations 1,300 2.9

Production occupations 3,074 6.9

Transportation & material moving occupations 1,461 3.3






Worker Earnings by Industry - 2013 (4)
Employment Wages
(000)
Annual
average
earnings
Average
weekly
earnings
Total 39,234 $1,644,605 $41,918 $806





Goods Producing 10,345 552,031 53,361 1,026
Natural resource & mining 211 6,288 29,825 574
Construction 1,113 52,883 47,500 913
Manufacturing 9,021 492,860 54,635 1,051





Service providing 28,889 1,092,574 37,820 727
Trade, transportation & utilities 6,394 210,856 32,976 634
   Wholesale trade 1,435 90,518 63,064 1,213
   Retail trade 4,502 101,729 22,596 435
   Transp., warehousing
   & utilities
457 18,609 40,720 783
Information 282 14,743 52,372 1,007
Financial activities 2,006 138,363 68,975 1,326
   Finance & insurance 1,698 128,381 75,618 1,454
   Real estate, rental &
   leasing
308 9,982 32,383 623
Professional & business services 4,601 208,006 45,209 869
   Professional &
   technical services
2,331 130,629 56,032 1,078
   Management of
   companies
304 25,472 83,927 1,614
   Administrative &
   waste services
1,966 51,904 26,399 508
Educational & health services 6,434 281,647 43,775 842
   Educational services 1,282 37,617 29,347 564
   Health care & social
   assistance
5,152 244,030 47,364 911
Leisure & hospitality 4,506 60,778 13,488 259
   Arts, entertainment &
   recreation
860 14,803 17,221 331
   Accommodation &
   food services
3,647 45,975 12,608 242
Other services, excluding public 1,166 26,312 22,559 434
Government 3,500 151,870 43,391 834


Education
Educational Attainment (6)
2009-2013 % dist.



Population 25 years & over 59,796 100.0


Less than 9th grade 631 1.1


9th to 12th grade, no diploma 1,680 2.8


High school graduate (incl. equivalency) 13,463 22.5


Some college, no degree 12,168 20.3


Associates degree 5,025 8.4


Bachelor’s degree 17,117 28.6


Graduate or professional degree 9,712 16.2








% high school graduate or higher 96.1



% bachelor’s degree or higher 44.9









Primary & Secondary Education (7)
Private Public Total

Enrollment (13-14) 2,219 12,699 14,918

High School Graduates (12-13) 0 1,134 1,134







Public School Districts with High Schools (8)





District (grade span) Enrollment
13/14
Student teacher ratio 13/14
Current expenditure per student 12/13 Graduates 12/13 ACT composite score 13/14
Cedarburg (PK-12) 3,014 14.7 $10,101 273 25.3
Grafton (PK-12) 2,099 12.5 11,251 219 23.9
Mequon-Thiensville (PK-12) 3,576 14.0 10,886 352 26.0
Northern Ozaukee (PK-12) 1,323 16.7 11,197 81 22.2
Port Washington-Saukville (PK-12) 2,687 13.9 10,273 209 23.6


Economy/Income
Personal Income (9)
Total (000)  Per Capita
 
2003 $4,136,849 $49,071  
2004 4,431,080 52,088  
2005
4,590,796 53,898  
2006 4,975,009 58,281  
2007
5,134,590 59,986  
2008
5,167,323 60,089  
2009
4,990,748 57,757  
2010
5,031,818
58,273
 
2011
5,453,063
62,901
 
2012 5,720,269
65,722  
2013
 5,759,806  66,164  
       
Private Nonfarm Establishments (10)
2000 2010
2012
Total 2,882 2,747 2,711


   
Goods Producing 588 484  464
Natural resource & mining 7 6  8
Construction 331 258  250
Manufacturing 250 220  206


   
Service providing 2,294 2,263  2,247
Trade, transportation & utilities 633 544  549
   Wholesale trade 225 195  196
   Retail trade 358 305  306
   Transp., warehousing & utilities 50 44  47
Information 36 30  31
Financial activities 275 305  289
   Finance & insurance 182 209  197
   Real estate, rental & leasing 93 96  92
Professional & business services 537 542  529
   Professional & technical services 347 341  338
   Management of companies 21 23  22
   Administrative & waste services 169 178 169
Educational & health services 280 332  340
   Educational services 36 44  50
   Health care & social assistance 244 288  290
Leisure & hospitality 222 252  266
   Arts, entertainment & recreation 42 56  60
   Accommodation & food services 180 196 206
Other services, excluding public 262 255  242
Unclassified & auxiliary 49 3 1
       
Private establishments 1,000+ employees
1
2
 2


   
Selected Economic Statistics
   
Median household income (2013) ($) (11)
70,899    
% of population in poverty (2013) (11)
6.3%    


   
Manufacturing shipments (2007) ($000) (12)
3,161,881    
Wholesalers, merchant, sales (2007) ($000) (12)
707,455    
Retail sales (2007) ($000) (12)
976,543    
Retail sales per capita (2007) ($) (12)
11,432    


Major Private Sector Employers (13)
Company Product or service Employment range
Columbia St. Mary's Group Health care services 500-999
Concordia University Wisconsin
University 500-999
Rockwell Automation
Relay & industrial controls
500-999
Aurora Advance Healthcare
Health care services
 500-999
Charter Mfg. Co. Inc. Steel wire drawing 500-999
Kleen Test Products Sanitary wiping cloths 250-499
Doral Dental USA
Dental insurance carrier
250-499
Pace Industries LLC
Aluminum die-casting
250-499
Allen Edmonds Shoe Corp.
Men's footwear
250-499
Telesmith Inc.
Construction machinery
 250-499
Notes & Sources
(1) U.S. Census Bureau, Population Estimates, www.census.gov/popest/estimates.php
(2) Persons of Hispanic/Latino origin may be of any race
(3) U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Local Area Unemployment Statistics (LAUS), www.bls.gov/lau/home.htm
(4) U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Quarterly Census of Employment & Wages (QCEW), www.bls.gov/cew/home.htm
(5) U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics (OES), www.bls.gov/oes/home.htm
(6) U.S. Census Bureau, 1990 & 2000 Decennial Census, factfinder.census.gov
(7) Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, dpi.wi.gov/sig/dm-demographics.html
(8) Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, data.dpi.state.wi.us/data/selschool.asp
(9) U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, Regional Economic Accounts, www.bea.gov/bea/regional/reis
(10) U.S. Census Bureau, County Business Patterns, www.census.gov/epcd/cbp/view/cbpview.html
(11) U.S. Census Bureau, Small Area Income & Poverty Estimates (SAIPE), www.census.gov/hhes/www/saipe
(12) U.S. Census Bureau, 2007 Economic Census, www.census.gov/econ/census07
(13) Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development, dwd.wisconsin.gov/oea/largest_employers