Long Island population density

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Using Census information from 2000, view population densities. Areas are divided by predetermined Census blocks. The map can break down population densities into the following age ranges and demographics:


-Low income households (less than $40,000/year)
-High income households (more than $100,000/year)
-Diversity (percent that is non-white)
-5 years or younger
-6-17 years old
-18-34 years old
-35-54 years old
-55 and older

*Note about map: Selecting a specific village from the drop-down menu at the top will zoom in on the area, providing specifics for the area in the menu to the left of the map.

Long Island education profile

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A breakdown of the Long Island education system from 2005-2006. The map can be used to identify the following information:

-Number of students per district
-District size (in square miles)
-Commercial takes per student
-What if: Tax levy increase per district for a $450,000 home if expenses raised $250/student
-Early childhood education (Capacity for all early childhood programs)
-Enrollment change from 1997-2007 (Elementary, primary and high schools)

*Note about map: Selecting a specific village from the drop-down menu at the top will zoom in on the area, showing the location of schools and borders for school districts in the area. Specific numbers about school districts will be on the menu to the left.

Long Island housing profile

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A review of housing types on Long Island from the 2000 Census. Areas are broken down into Census groups, and the map analyzes four areas:

-Multi-family housing
-Recent construction
-Housing cost burden (Percent of households that have costs more than 35% of total income)
-Renter-occupied units

Map with school districts outlined and locations of K-12 schools

*Note about map: Selecting a specific village from the drop-down menu at the top will zoom in on the area, showing the location of schools and borders for school districts in the area.

Long Island land use

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Survey of Long Island's land use, broken into the following categories:

-Agriculture
-Commercial
-Community services
-Industrial
-Recreation & open space
-Residential
-Transportation
-Utilities
-Vacant
-Waste handling & management
-Unknown

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*Note about map: Selecting a specific village from the drop-down menu at the top will zoom in on the area. Once an area is selected, use the "Compare" button under the pie charts on the left. Clicking this will compare the chosen area to its township and the rest of Long Island (as seen in the picture).

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