The Comparative Guide to American Suburbs, 4th Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1592373550
  • ISBN-13: 9781592373550
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
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  • Original Copyright 2008 | Published/Released May 2008
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Overview

This completely updated reference focuses on the individual and the suburban communities within each of the 50 largest U.S. metropolitan areas. You'll find profiles of over 1,800 Suburban Communities with a 10,000 + population. While there are a variety of sources that present statistics for metropolitan areas or for major cities, few have attempted to give comparative data on individual suburbs.

The Comparative Guide to American Suburbs is arranged alphabetically by metropolitan area. Each metropolitan area section begins with metro area statistics, a listing of the included counties and a listing of the Suburban Communities by county. Following the introduction for each metropolitan area, Suburban Community profiles are arranged alphabetically by community name.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Table of Contents.
Introduction.
User's Guide.
Information for Metropolitan Areas.
Information For Suburban Communities.
1: Albany, New York.
2: Albany Metro Area.
3: Albany Metro Area Suburbs.
4: Bethlehem, NY.
5: Brunswick, NY.
6: Clifton Park, NY.
7: Cohoes, NY.
8: Colonie, NY.
9: East Greenbush, NY.
10: Glenville, NY.
11: Guilderland, NY.
12: Halfmoon, NY.
13: Malta, NY.
14: Milton, NY.
15: Moreau, NY.
16: Niskayuna, NY.
17: North Greenbush, NY.
18: Rotterdam, NY (CDP).
19: Rotterdam, NY (town).
20: Saratoga Springs, NY.
21: Schodack, NY.
22: Wilton, NY.
23: Land Area.
24: Water Area.
25: Elevation.
26: Population.
27: Population Density.
28: Average Household Size.
29: Median Age.
30: Male/Female Ratio.
31: Single-Family Building Permits.
32: Multi-Family Building Permits.
33: Unemployment Rate.
34: Civilian Labor Force.
35: Per Capita Income.
36: Median Household Income.
37: Average Household Income.
38: Households with Income of $100,000 or More.
39: High School Graduates.
40: Bachelors Degree.
41: Masters Degree.
42: Home Ownership Rate.
43: Median Home Value.
44: Total Crime Rate.
45: Violent Crime Rate.
46: Property Crime Rate.
47: Cost-of-Living Index ($40,000 income level; July 2005).
48: Cost-of-Living Index ($80,000 income level; July 2005).
49: Atlanta, Georgia.
50: Atlanta Metro Area.
51: Atlanta Metro Area Suburbs.
52: Acworth, GA.
53: Alpharetta, GA.
54: Belvedere Park, GA.
55: Buford, GA.
56: Candler-Mcafee, GA.
57: Canton, GA.
58: Carrollton, GA.
59: Cartersville, GA.
60: College Park, GA.
61: Conyers, GA.
62: Covington, GA.
63: Decatur, GA.
64: Douglasville, GA.
65: Druid Hills, GA.
66: Duluth, GA.
67: Dunwoody, GA.
68: East Point, GA.
69: Fayetteville, GA.
70: Forest Park, GA.
71: Griffin, GA.
72: Kennesaw, GA.
73: Lawrenceville, GA.
74: Lilburn, GA.
75: Mableton, GA.
76: Mcdonough, GA.
77: Monroe, GA.
78: Mountain Park, GA.
79: Newnan, GA.
80: Norcross, GA.
81: North Atlanta, GA.
82: North Decatur, GA.
83: North Druid Hills, GA.
84: Panthersville, GA.
85: Peachtree City, GA.
86: Powder Springs, GA.
87: Redan, GA.
88: Riverdale, GA.
89: Roswell, GA.
90: Smyrna, GA.
91: Snellville, GA.
92: Stockbridge, GA.
93: Sugar Hill, GA.
94: Suwanee, GA.
95: Tucker, GA.
96: Union City, GA.
97: Winder, GA.
98: Woodstock, GA.
99: Land Area.
100: Water Area.
101: Elevation.
102: Population.
103: Population Density.
104: Average Household Size.
105: Median Age.
106: Male/Female Ratio.
107: Single-Family Building Permits.
108: Multi-Family Building Permits.
109: Unemployment Rate.
110: Civilian Labor Force.
111: Per Capita Income.
112: Median Household Income.
113: Average Household Income.
114: Households with Income of $100,000 or More.
115: High School Graduates.
116: Bachelors Degree.
117: Masters Degree.
118: Home Ownership Rate.
119: Median Home Value.
120: Total Crime Rate.
121: Violent Crime Rate.
122: Property Crime Rate.
123: Cost-of-Living Index ($40,000 income level; July 2005).
124: Cost-of-Living Index ($80,000 income level; July 2005).
125: Austin, Texas.
126: Austin Metro Area.
127: Austin Metro Area Suburbs.
128: Brushy Creek, TX.
129: Cedar Park, TX.
130: Georgetown, TX.
131: Jollyville, TX.
132: Kyle, TX.
133: Leander, TX.
134: Lockhart, TX.
135: Pflugerville, TX.
136: San Marcos, TX.
137: Taylor, TX.
138: Wells Branch, TX.
139: Land Area.
140: Water Area.
141: Elevation.
142: Population.
143: Population Density.
144: Average Household Size.
145: Median Age.
146: Male/Female Ratio.
147: Single-Family Building Permits.
148: Multi-Family Building Permits.
149: Unemployment Rate.
150: Civilian Labor Force.
151: Per Capita Income.
152: Median Household Income.
153: Average Household Income.
154: Households with Income of $100,000 or More.
155: High School Graduates.
156: Bachelors Degree.
157: Masters Degree.
158: Home Ownership Rate.
159: Median Home Value.
160: Total Crime Rate.
161: Violent Crime Rate.
162: Property Crime Rate.
163: Cost-of-Living Index ($40,000 income level; July 2005).
164: Cost-of-Living Index ($80,000 income level; July 2005).
165: Baltimore, Maryland.
166: Baltimore Metro Area.
167: Baltimore Metro Area Suburbs.
168: Aberdeen, MD.
169: Annapolis, MD.
170: Arbutus, MD.
171: Arnold, MD.
172: Bel Air North, MD.
173: Bel Air South, MD.
174: Bel Air, MD.
175: Brooklyn Park, MD.
176: Carney, MD.
177: Catonsville, MD.
178: Cockeysville, MD.
179: Columbia, MD.
180: Crofton, MD.
181: Dundalk, MD.
182: Edgewood, MD.
183: Eldersburg, MD.
184: Elkridge, MD.
185: Ellicott City, MD.
186: Essex, MD.
187: Ferndale, MD.
188: Glen Burnie, MD.
189: Green Haven, MD.
190: Havre Degrace, MD.
191: Joppatowne, MD.