micropolitan area

micropolitan area

A small city, i.e., one with a population of 10,000 to 49,999 people.
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The Batavia micropolitan area went from 60,079 residents in the 2010 census to 57,511 in last year's population estimates.
A Micropolitan area is defined by POLICOM as an urbanized area of at least 10,000 population but less than 50,000 population.
Stapleton described Sandpoint as the nation's "seventh fastest-growing micropolitan area," a ranking that attracts tourists and year-round residents to its employment opportunities, recreation amenities, festivals and special events.
Specifically, I combine the 358 metropolitan and 554 micropolitan areas delineated after the 2000 decennial census with the 1,346 remaining counties that are not part of a metropolitan or micropolitan area.
Other unique topics included: Managing in a Micropolitan Area; Creating Memorable Websites; The Essence of Leadership; Innovative Office Programs and Initiatives; and A Prosecutor's Guide to Social Media Survival: Proactive Strategies to Deal with Social Media.
In the 2012 EC, as in the 2007 EC, the Census Bureau will provide data by state, metropolitan and micropolitan area, county, selected places, and ZIP code.
metropolitan and micropolitan area, new information about industry efforts to reduce pollution through green chemistry and other pollution prevention practices, and a new feature about chemical use in consumer products.
For this benchmark, we use the racial composition of the larger metropolitan or micropolitan area, the Core Based Statistical Area (CBSA) as defined by the U.S.
A metropolitan area contains a core urban area of 50,000 or more population, and a micropolitan area contains an urban core area of at least 10,000 (but less than 50,000) population.
Urbanicity was measured in a rural-micro-metro spectrum from 1 o 5: a) "1" for home city of less than 10,000 population in rural area, '2" for home city of 10,000-49,999 in micropolitan area, "3" for home city of less than 10,000 in metropolitan area, "4" for home city of 10,000-49,999 in metropolitan area, and "5" for home city of 50,000 or more in metropolitan area.
Micropolitan area core: primary flow within an Urban Cluster of 10,000 to 49,999 (large UC) 0.5% 5.8% 5.
Centervilles are core cities in micropolitan areas. Robert Lang and Dawn Dhavale, in their 2004 study "Micropolitan America: A Brand New Geography," comment that the new micropolitan area, designation by the U.S.