Plymouth facts from SEMCOG


Southeast Michigan Council of Governments
From 2010 Census (latest) 
unless otherwise stated


People

  • Population: 9,132
  • Peak population was in 1970 at 11,758
  • Area: 2.2 square miles
  • Households (Occupied Units) 4,314 out of 4,652 
  • Peak population age at 11% was the 35 to 39 group
  • 52% of those over 25 had a BS degree or greater
  • 65 and older was 14% of population
  • By 2040: Projects a 50% increase in 65 and older age group


 Jobs/Economy

  • 10.4% of Plymouth (employment age) residents worked in Plymouth
  • 24% of those employed in Plymouth lived in Canton and Plymouth Townships
  • 3.2% were listed as being in poverty


Housing

  • Issued building permits (single family) from 2012 until current 2017 was 118
  • Issued building permits (single family) from 2000 thru 2011 was 46
  • Single family total demolitions (tear downs) permits issued

                    From 2012 thru June 2017: 103 demolitions (over 5 years)

                    From 2000 thru 2011:  25 demolitions (over 12 years)

  • Single-family detached units/housings existing in 2010 were 2,580
  • Multi-unit Apartments existing in 2010 were 1,334
  • Owner occupied housing was 2,748 units
  • Renter occupied housing was 1,566 units
  • 36% of occupied housing were renters. (1,566 out of 4,314)


Transportation

  • Pavement conditions in 2014 - Good to Fair 78%
  • 86% drove alone to work
  • 5% carpooled or van pooled to work
  • 3% walked to work
  • Major roads: 8.97 miles
  • Local roads: 23.32 miles


 These data were extracted during July 2017 from public documents/reports available at the "Community Profiles" link on the SEMCOG.org website.  Ed Krol  

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