Latest Population Estimates in the West Piedmont Planning District

Most of us are familiar with the Decennial Census – that full count of persons which takes place every ten years to determine how each state is represented via the U.S. House of Representatives, as well as to guide the disbursement of federal funding to localities, as noted on the Census Bureau’s website (https://www.census.gov/programs-surveys/decennial-census/2020-census/about.html).

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Commuting Patterns To and From the West Piedmont Planning District

An interesting analysis, especially for those employed within the economic development, human resources, and planning professions, would be where employees who are employed in a jurisdiction or region, such as the West Piedmont Planning District, reside.

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How Does West Piedmont Get to Work?

Each locality is home to individuals who travel to work, and each person has his or her own way of commuting to their place of employment.  The West Piedmont Planning District (WPPD) is very similar to the State as well as to the U.S. with regard to the modes of transportation residents utilize to get to work, but with some differences.

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