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1 Demographics and Health Data Information for Local Planners City of Puyallup, WA Demographic Characteristics Environmental Health Division 3629 South D Street, Tacoma, WA (253) Table 1 presents selected data for City of Puyallup, in comparison with the State of (WA) and Pierce County (PC), WA. Representing about 5% (36,974) of the Pierce County population, Puyallup is a community with: More seniors aged 75 and older (6.1%) than Pierce County (4.9%) and WA State (5.5%). A less ethnically-diverse population with more Whites (86%) than Pierce County (76%) and WA State (79%). A higher median household income ($61K) than Pierce County ($59K) and WA State ($59K). Fewer individuals living below 100% of the Federal Poverty Level (9%) than Pierce County (12%) and WA State (13%). Selected Characteristics TABLE 1: SELECTED DEMOGRAPHICS Pierce County, Puyallup, Percent Total Percent Total Percent Total TOTAL POPULATION 6,652, ,528 36,974 AGE Under 5 years 6.5% 433, % 54, % 2,333 5 to 17 years 17.1% 1,136, % 142, % 6, years and over 5.5% 367, % 38, % 2,256 SEX Male 49.8% 3,314, % 392, % 17,701 Female 50.2% 3,338, % 399, % 19,273 RACE AND HISPANIC OR LATINO ORIGIN One race 95.6% 6,359, % 740, % 34,611 White 79.0% 5,256, % 601, % 31,699 Black or African American 3.5% 233, % 53, % 838 American Indian and Alaska Native 1.4% 94, % 9, % 344 Asian 7.1% 470, % 46, % 1,156 Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 0.6% 37, % 9, % 51 Some other race 4.0% 268, % 19, % 523 Two or more races 4.4% 292, % 50, % 2,363 Hispanic or Latino origin (of any race) 10.9% 725, % 70, % 3,117 POVERTY STATUS Median household income (dollars) $58,890 $58,824 $61,099 Population in poverty (below 100 percent of the federal poverty level) 12.5% 816, % 89, % 3,295 Single household families with related children under 18 years living in poverty ~4.5% 75,494 ~4.7% 9,475 ~4.2% 399 Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey. Note: Findings above and below both the WA and the Pierce County averages are in red and blue, respectively. February 2014 Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department Built Environment page 1 of 5

2 Health Outcome Data: Behavioral Risks and Mortality Table 2 shows Puyallup, as compared to State and Pierce County, experienced during 2006 to 2010: Higher prevalence of coronary heart disease (4.6%) and poor mental health days (11.4%) among adults. Lower prevalence of asthma (11.8%) among adults. Lower motor vehicle mortality (4.7 incidents/100,000 population). TABLE 2: PREVALENCE OF HEALTH RISKS (PERCENT) WA PC Puyallup Obesity (Adults) Coronary heart disease (Adults) Asthma (Adults) Diabetes (Adults) Poor mental health days (Adults) Motor vehicle mortality (x100,000) 7.6 $ 6.8 $ 4.7 Based on the seven leading causes of mortality shown in Table 3 compared to State and Pierce County at the end of 2011, Puyallup reported: Higher rates of death caused by major cardiovascular diseases (320.3 incidents/100,000 population), cancer (185.0) and chronic lower respiratory diseases (55.8). Lower rates of mortality due to Alzheimer s disease (41.5), diabetes (21.8) and intentional self-harm (suicide) (13.5). TABLE 3: MORTALITY RATES PER 100,000 POPULATION (AGE-ADJUSTED) BASED ON THE SEVEN LEADING CAUSES WA $ PC $ Puyallup Major cardiovascular diseases Malignant neoplasm (cancer) Chronic lower respiratory diseases Alzheimer's disease Accidents Diabetes Intentional self-harm (suicide) Data Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): The Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS). Reported figures are averaged over Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): The Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS). Reported figures are averaged over , based on Zip Code (see zip code map). $ WA State Department of Health (DOH): Community Health Assessment Tool (CHAT). Figures are reported for DOH: CHAT. Reported figures are averaged over the period , based on Census Tracts 71206; 71207; 71209; 71210; 73404; 73405; 73406; 73407; 73408; (see census tract map). Note: 1. Estimated figures used in Table 2 are not exact measures; they are a sample of the population. For example, even when the reported estimate for City of Puyallup is noticeably different from the corresponding estimate for Pierce County or State, in most cases we cannot conclude that the difference is statistically meaningful. 2. Findings above and below both the WA and the Pierce County averages are in red and blue, respectively. February 2014 Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department Built Environment page 2 of 5

3 Definitions Used in the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) Obesity: an excessively high amount of body fat or adipose tissue in relation to lean body mass. Coronary heart disease (CHD): a number of diseases that affect the heart itself or the blood vessel system. In Table 1, the figure for CHD represents the percentage who responded YES to the question, Has a doctor, nurse, or other health professional ever told you that you had a heart attack, also called a myocardial infarction? Asthma: percentage who responded YES to the question, Have you ever been told by a doctor, nurse, or other health professional that you had asthma? Diabetes: percentage who responded YES to the question, Have you ever been told by a doctor that you have diabetes? Poor mental health days: percentage who reported their mental health was not good 14+ days in the past month. Resource and Contact Information Access tools to address health priorities specific to your population groups: Find out more about how Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department can assist your jurisdiction in the comprehensive plan update process: Amy Pow, MCIP Principal Planner Built Environment Program Phone (253) This report is jointly prepared by Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department s Office of Assessment, Planning and Improvement and the Environmental Health Division, Built Environment Program. February 2014 Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department Built Environment page 3 of 5

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