General Demographic Characteristics by Neighborhood 1990 and 2000 Census

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The release of the 2000 Census Summary file 1 (SF1) provides the opportunity to look at the statistical demographic characteristics composition of Minneapolis. The Minneapolis Planning Department, Research and Strategic Planning Division created this comparison of 1990 and 2000 selected census information. The tabulation illustrates the 1990-2000 change and composition, by neighborhood, for each defined category. The city of Minneapolis has been divided into 11 communities, consisting of 80 neighborhoods and 3 industrial areas.

The purpose of this report is to provide the general demographic characteristic information for possible preliminary use in analyzing your geographic sub-areas in the city. The subjects are:

Neighborhood kenny armatage linden-hills lynhurst fulton west-calhoun cedar-isles-dean east-isles ecco sumner-glenwood loring-park lowry-hill kenwood harrison bryn-mayor bryant bancroft whittier carag tangletown east-harriet field hale windom morris-park page keewaydin minnehaha regina northrop central lyndale king-field phillips elliot-park stevenssquare-loringhts lowryhill-east cedar-riverside powderhorn-park longfellow corcoran standish hiawatha howe prospectpark-eastriverroad stanthony-east beltrami marcy-holmes seward uofmn ericsson wenonah cooper diamond-lake stanthony-west downtown-west downtown-east mid-city-industrial como nicollet-island near-north north-loop logan-park bottineau sheridan windom-park northeast-park audubon-park holland camden-industrial mckinley marshall-terrace columbia-park humboldt webber-camden hawthorne willard-hay jordan folwell cleveland victory lind-bohanan shinglecreek waite-park

Note: The 2000 Census data has not yet been reviewed for accuracy or completeness by the City of Minneapolis.

Last updated Nov 17, 2011