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Shelby County, Indiana
Named after the first governor of Kentucky, Isaac Shelby, and organized in 1821
County Seat:     Shelbyville
Largest City:     Shelbyville (pop in 2002: 17,870)
Population per Sq. Mile:     105.9     Sq. Miles:     412.6
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Population Over Time Number Rank in State Percent of State Indiana
Yesterday(1990) 40,307 30 0.7% 5,544,156
Today(2002) 43,674 33 0.7% 6,159,068
Tomorrow(2010 proj.) 43,934 33 0.7% 6,417,198
Percent Change 1990 to 2000 7.8% 45   9.7%

Sources: US Census Bureau; Indiana Business Research Center

Components of Population Change in 2002 Number Rank in State Percent of State Indiana
Net Domestic Migration 2001 to 2002 -352 74   -8,672
Net International Migration 2001 to 2002 74 27   12,520
Natural Increase (births minus deaths) 145 37 0.5% 28,781

Source: US Census Bureau

 
Population by Age in 2000 Number Rank in State Pct Dist.
in County
Pct Dist.
in State
Preschool (0 to 4) 2,949 35 6.8% 7.0%
School Age (5 to 17) 8,634 32 19.9% 18.9%
Adult (18 to 64) 26,583 32 61.2% 61.7%
Older (65 plus) 5,279 36 12.2% 12.4%
Median Age 36.2     Median Age = 35.2

Sources: US Census Bureau; Indiana Business Research Center

 
Population by Race and Ethnicity in 2000 Number Rank in State Pct Dist.
in County
Pct Dist.
in State
Reporting One Race Only 43,151 33 99.3% 98.8%
     African American or Black 330 35 0.8% 8.4%
     American Indian or Alaska Native 84 42 0.2% 0.3%
     Asian 256 26 0.6% 1.0%
     White 42,254 33 97.3% 87.5%
     Other 227 38 0.5% 1.6%
Reporting More Than One Race 294 35 0.7% 1.2%
Hispanic (can be of any race)
 
% change 1990 to 2000
497
321.2%
42
11
1.1%
--
3.5%
--

Source: US Census Bureau

 
Household Types Number Rank in State Pct Dist.
in County
Pct Dist.
in State
Households in 2000 (Includes detail not shown below) 16,561 32 100.0% 100.0%
   Married With Children 4,326 34 26.1% 23.8%
   Married Without Children 5,474 31 33.1% 29.8%
   Single Parents 1,421 26 8.6% 9.1%
   Living Alone 3,753 31 22.7% 25.9%

Source: US Census Bureau

 
Housing Number Rank in State Pct Dist.
in County
Pct Dist.
in State
Total Housing Units in 2002 (estimate) 17,901 34 100.0% 100.0%
Total Housing Units in 2000 (includes vacant units) 17,633 33 100.0% 100.0%
   Owner Occupied (Pct. distribution based on all housing units)
   Median Value (2000)
12,157
$98,600
34
20
68.9%
--
65.9%
--
   Renter Occupied (Pct. distribution based on all housing units)
   Median Rent (2000)
4,404
$528
27
16
25.0%
--
26.3%
--

Source: US Census Bureau

 
Education Number Rank in State Percent of State Indiana
K to 12 School Enrollment (2001/2002 Total Reported) 7,881 31 0.7% 1,116,367
   Public 7,813 30 0.8% 996,081
   Private 68 48 0.1% 120,286
High School Graduates (2000/2001) 453 33 0.8% 55,752
   Going on to Higher Education 295 37 0.7% 42,423
   4-year 242 32 0.8% 31,954
   2-year 29 60 0.5% 5,873
   Voc/tech. 24 48 0.5% 4,596
Adults (25+ in 2000 Census) 28,369 33 0.7% 3,891,368
   with High School diploma or higher 79.8% 60 97.2% 82.1%
   with B.A. or higher degree 12.7% 48 65.5% 19.4%

Sources: Indiana Department of Education; US Census Bureau

 
Income and Poverty Number Rank in State Percent of State Indiana
Per Capita Personal Income (annual) in 2001 $26,344 24 95.7% $27,522
Median Household Income in 2000 $43,649 22 105.0% $41,567
Poverty Rate in 2000 7.6% 57 80.0% 9.5%
   Children under 18 9.7% 52 82.9% 11.7%
Welfare Monthly Average (TANF) Families in 2001 118 39 0.3% 39,395
Food stamp Recipients in 2001 1,608 34 0.5% 331,206
Free and Reduced Fee Lunch Recipients in 2002 1,640 40 0.5% 316,786

Sources: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; US Census Bureau; Indiana Family Social Services Administration;
Indiana Department of Education

 
Health and Vital Statistics in 2001 Number Rank in State Percent of State Indiana
Births 597 33 0.7% 86,122
   Births to Teens 76 31 0.2% 35,049
Deaths 379 36 0.7% 54,944

Source: Indiana State Department of Health

 
Labor Force in 2002 Number Rank in State Percent of State Indiana
Total Resident Labor Force 23,360 32 0.7% 3,174,763
Employed 22,200 33 0.7% 3,011,785
Unemployed 1,160 34 0.7% 162,978
Unemployment Rate 5.0 53 98.0% 5.1
September 2003 Unemployment Rate 4.2 59 87.5% 4.8

Source: Indiana Department of Workforce Development

 
Employment and Earnings by Industry in 2001 Employment Pct Dist.
in County
Earnings ($000) Pct Dist.
In County
Avg. Earnings Per Job
Total by place of work 22,537 100.0% $648,787 100.0% $28,788
Wage and Salary 18,583 82.5% $535,097 82.5% $28,795
Farm Proprietors 700 3.1% $8,187 1.3% $11,696
Non farm Proprietors 3,254 14.4% $38,717 6.0% $11,898
Farm 880 3.9% $12,150 1.9% $13,807
Non farm 21,657 96.1% $636,637 98.1% $29,396
Private 19,010 84.4% $540,159 83.3% $28,414
  Accommodation, Food Serv. 1,689 7.5% $20,109 3.1% $11,906
  Arts, Ent., Recreation 155 0.7% $806 0.1% $5,200
  Construction 1,461 6.5% $44,245 6.8% $30,284
  Health Care, Social Serv. 1,246 5.5% $31,442 4.8% $25,234
  Information 105 0.5% $3,638 0.6% $34,648
  Manufacturing 6,496 28.8% $265,794 41.0% $40,917
  Professional, Tech. Serv. Data not available due to BEA non-disclosure requirements.
  Retail Trade 2,111 9.4% $36,198 5.6% $17,147
  Trans., Warehousing 1,074 4.8% $36,932 5.7% $34,387
  Wholesale Trade 713 3.2% $25,487 3.9% $35,746
  Other Private (not above) 3,356* 14.9%* $59,087* 9.1%* $17,606*
Government 2,647 11.7% $96,478 14.9% $36,448

Source: US Bureau of Economic Analysis
* These totals do not include county data that are not available due to BEA non-disclosure requirements.

 
Assessed Property Value in 1999 (for taxes payable in 2000) Value Rank in State Pct Dist.
in County
Pct Dist.
in State
Assessed Value by Property Class $448,760,060 32 100.0% 100.0%
   Commercial & Industrial $180,156,580 30 40.1% 43.2%
   Residential $162,201,550 31 36.1% 41.5%
   Agricultural $85,743,000 10 19.1% 9.6%
   Utilities $20,658,920 41 4.6% 5.6%
Total Assessed Value Per Capita $10,357 27    

Source: The State Board of Tax Commissioners

 
Residential Building Permits in 2002 Units Pct Dist.
in County
Pct Dist.
in State
Cost ($000) State Cost ($000)
Total Permits Filed 171 100.0% 100.0% $22,189 $4,979,507
   Single Family 143 83.6% 77.8% $20,478 $4,480,439
   Two Family 4 2.3% 3.2% $360 $109,885
   Three & Four Family 24 14.0% 1.6% $1,352 $47,670
   Five Families and More 0 0.0% 17.5% $0 $341,513

Source: US Census Bureau (Greene County totals are not included as it does not currently issue building permits.)

 
Commuting Patterns - Top 5 in 2002
Into Shelby FROM Number Percent Out of Shelby TO Number Percent
All Areas 4,581 19.8% All Areas 8,015 30.1%
Rush County 1,218 5.3% Marion County 5,207 19.6%
Marion County 603 2.6% Johnson County 842 3.2%
Hancock County 500 2.2% Hancock County 525 2.0%
Johnson County 441 1.9% Bartholomew County 433 1.6%
Decatur County 435 1.9% Decatur County 269 1.0%

Source: Indiana Department of Revenue

  Cities and Towns in Shelby County
 

  Population
in 2002
% of County
Edinburgh 31 0.1%*
Morristown 1,152 2.6%
St. Paul 490 1.1%*
Shelbyville 17,870 40.9%
  * Population in this county is shown, this city or town crosses county lines.
  Order by Size
Shelbyville
Morristown
St. Paul*
Edinburgh*

 

 

 

                                                                                                             

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