City of Bettendorf, Iowa

A premier city.

Scott County Census Information


 
SUBJECT

NUMBER

%

Total Population

158,668

100

Sex and Age

Male

77,627

48.9

Female

81,041

51.1

Under 5 years

10,989

6.9

5 to 9 years

11,538

7.3

10 to 14 years

12,147

7.7

15 to 19 years

11,698

7.4

20 to 24 years

10,363

6.5

25 to 34 years

21,785

13.7

35 to 44 years

24,930

15.7

45 to 54 years

22,754

14.3

55 to 59 years

7,786

4.9

60 to 64 years

6,001

3.8

65 to 74 years

9,611

6.1

75 to 84 years

6,698

4.2

85+ years

2,368

1.5

Median Age

35.4

(X)

18+ years

116,653

73.5

Male

56,069

35.5

Female

60,584

38.2

21+ years

110,275

69.5

62+ years

22,154

14.0

65+ years

18,677

11.8

Male

7,668

4.8

Female

11,009

6.9

SUBJECT

NUMBER

%

RACE

One Race

155,810

98.2

Caucasian

140,481

88.5

African Descent

9,689

6.1

Native American

500

0.3

Asian

2,502

1.6

Asian Indian

342

0.2

Chinese

259

0.2

Filipino

155

0.1

Japanese

113

0.1

Korean

282

0.2

Vietnamese

1,207

0.8

Other Asian

144

0.1

Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

32

-

Native Hawaiian

8

-

Guamanian or Chamorro

6

-

Samoan

9

-

Other Pacific Islander

9

-

Hispanic or Latino

6,445

4.1

Mexican

5,263

3.3

Puerto Rican

205

0.1

Cuban

59

-

Other Hispanic or Latino

918

0.6

Some other race

2,606

1.6

Two or more races

2,858

1.8

 


 
SUBJECT

NUMBER

%

RELATIONSHIP

Total Population

158,668

100

In Households

155,392

97.9

Householder

62,334

39.3

Spouse

32,580

20.5

Child

47,600

30.0

Own child under 18years

38,514

24.3

Other relatives

5,087

3.2

Under 18

2,400

1.5

Nonrelatives

7,791

4.9

Unmarried Partner

3,728

2.3

In group quarters

3,276

2.1

Institutionalized

1,702

1.1

Noninstitutionalized

1,574

1.0

HOUSEHOLD BY TYPE

Total Households

62,334

100

With Families

41,895

67.2

with own children under 18

20,679

33.2

Married Couples

32,580

52.3

with own children under 18

14,593

23.4

Female householder, no spouse

7,079

11.4

with own children under 18

4,795

7.7

SUBJECT

NUMBER

%

HOUSEHOLD (CONTINUED)

Nonfamily

20,439

32.8

Householder lives alone

16,757

26.9

Householder 65 years and up

5,585

9.0

Households with persons under 18

22,258

35.7

Households with persons 65 and up

12,997

20.9

Average household size

22,258

(X)

Average family size

12,997

(X)

HOUSING OCCUPANCY

Total housing units

65,649

100

Occupied units

62,334

95.0

Vacant units

3,315

5.0

for seasonal, recreational, occasional use

284

0.4

Homeowner vacancy rate (%)

1.5

(X)

Rental vacancy rate (%)

7.3

(X)

HOUSING TENURE

Owner-occupied units

43,979

70.6

Renter-occupied units

18,355

29.4

Average household size of owned units

2.63

(X)

Average household size of rented units

2.17

(X)

 


 
SUBJECT

NUMBER

%

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT

Population 3 and over in school 44,556 100
Nursery, Preschool 2,897 6.5
Kindergarten 1,934 4.3
Elementary (grades 1-8) 19,483 43.7
High school (grades 9-12) 9,418 21.1
College / Graduate school 10,824 24.3

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT

Population 25 and over 102,149 100
Less than 9th grade 4,440 4.3
9th to 12th, no diploma 9,539 9.3
High school graduates 31,372 30.7
College, no degree 23,780 23.3
Associate Degree 7,610 7.4
Bachelor's degree 17,069 16.7
Graduate / Professional degree 8,339 8.2
Graduated High School (percent) 86.3 (X)
Graduated College (percent) 24.9 (X)
SUBJECT

NUMBER

%

MARITAL STATUS

Population 15 and over 124,019 100
Never married 32,614 26.3
Married 69,250 55.8
Separated 1,467 1.2
Widowed 7,669 6.2
Female 6,250 5.0
Divorced 13,019 10.5
Female 7,275 5.9

GRANDPARENTS AS CAREGIVERS

Grandparent living in household with one or more grandchildren under 18 2,398 100
Grandparent responsible for grandchildren 1,143 47.7

VETERAN STATUS

Civilian population 18 and over 116,753 100
Civilian Veterans 16,575 14.2

 


 
SUBJECT

NUMBER

%

Disability Status of the Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population

Population 5 to 20 years

36,907

100

With a disability

2,585

7.0

Population 21 to 64 years

91,243

100

With a disability

14,361

15.7

Percent Employed

58.8

(X)

No disability

76,882

84.3

Percent employed

81.0

(X)

Population 65 and over

17,825

100

With a disability

6,827

38.3

RESIDENCE IN 1995

Population 5 years and up

147,593

100

Same house in 1995

79,696

54.0

Different house in the U.S. in 1995

66,128

44.8

Same county

41,086

27.8

Different County

25,042

17.0

Same state

7,867

5.3

Different state

17,175

11.6

Elsewhere in 1995

1,769

1.2

 

SUBJECT

NUMBER

%

NATIVITY / PLACE OF BIRTH

Total population

158,668

100

Native

153,812

96.9

Born in the U.S.

152,929

96.4

In state of residence

99,329

62.6

Different state

53,600

33.8

Born outside U.S.

883

0.6

Foreign born

4,856

3.1

Entered 1990 to March 2000

2,535

1.6

Naturalized Citizen

2,064

1.3

Not a citizen

2,792

1.8

REGION OF BIRTH-FOREIGN BORN

Total (not born at sea)

4,856

100

Europe

1,335

27.5

Asia

1,863

38.4

Africa

113

2.3

Oceania

22

0.5

Latin america

1,254

25.8

Northern america

269

5.5

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME

Population 5 and up

147,593

100

English

139,307

94.4

Other than english

8,286

5.6

Spanish

3,980

2.7

 


 
SUBJECT

NUMBER

%

Language (Continued)

Other Indo-European

2,291

1.6

Asian and Pacific Island

1,684

1.1

ANCESTRY

Total Population

158,668

100

Total ancestries reported

171,434

108.0

Arab

269

0.2

Czech

1,856

1.2

Danis

1,895

1.2

Dutch

3,587

2.3

English

14,083

8.9

French

4,027

2.5

French Canadian

560

0.4

German

56,834

35.8

Greek

491

0.3

Hungarian

395

0.2

Irish

24,602

15.5

SUBJECT

NUMBER

%

Ancestry (Continued)

Italian

3,396

2.1

Lithuanian

285

0.2

Norwegian

4,107

2.6

Polish

2,812

1.8

Portuguese

127

0.1

Russian

357

0.2

Scotch-Irish

2,394

1.5

Scottish

2,653

1.7

Slovak

108

0.1

Subsaharan African

485

0.3

Swedish

5,486

3.5

Swiss

707

0.4

Ukrainian

120

0.1

United States or American

9,709

6.1

Welsh

1,036

0.7

West Indian

52

-

Other ancestries

29,001

18.3

 


 
SUBJECT

NUMBER

%

EMPLOYMENT STATUS

Population 16 and up

121,570

100

In Labor Force

83,927

69.0

Civilian labor force

83,816

68.9

Employed

79,475

65.4

Unemployed

4,341

3.6

Percent of civilian force

5.2

(X)

Armed Forces

111

0.1

Not in a labor force

37,643

31.0

Female 16 years and up

62,846

100

In labor force

39,975

63.6

Civilian work force

39,951

63.6

Employed

38,054

60.6

Own children under 6

12,700

100

All parents in labor force

8,797

69.3

COMMUTING TO WORK

Workers 16 and up

78,460

100

Drove alone

66,538

84.8

carpooled

6,821

8.7

Public transit / taxi

587

0.7

Walked

1,471

1.9

Other means

592

0.8

Worked at home

2,451

3.1

Mean travel time to work (minutes)

18.4

(X)

SUBJECT

NUMBER

%

OCCUPATION

Employed Civilians 16 and up

79,475

100

Management, professional, and related occupation

25,167

31.7

Service occupation

12,270

15.4

Sales and office occupation

22,004

27.7

Farming, fishing, and forestry occupations

200

0.3

Construction, extraction, and maintenance

6,435

8.1

Production, transportation, and material moving occupations

13,399

16.9

INDUSTRY

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, hunting, mining

726

0.9

Construction

4,848

6.1

Manufacturing

13,529

17.0

Wholesale trade

3,460

4.4

Retail trade

10,481

13.2

Transportation, warehousing, utilities

4,380

5.5

Finance, insurance, real estate, and rental-leasing

4,645

5.8

 


 
SUBJECT

NUMBER

%

INDUSTRY (CONT.)

Information

1,794

2.3

Professional, scientific, management, administrative, waste management

5,563

7.0

Education, health, social service

15,945

20.1

Arts, entertainment, recreation, accommodation, food service

7,252

9.1

Public administraion

3,395

4.3

Other services

3,457

4.3

CLASS OF WORKER

Private wage and salary workers

65,669

82.6

Government

9,151

11.5

Self-employed

4,506

5.7

Unpaid family workers

149

0.2

INCOME IN 1999

Households

62,367

100

Less than $10,000

5,141

8.2

$10,000 - $14,999

3,765

6.0

$15,000 - $24,999

8.354

13.4

$25,000 - $34,999

8,177

13.1

SUBJECT

NUMBER

%

$35,000 - $49,999

10,527

16.9

$50,000 - $74,999

13,594

21.8

$75,000 - $99,999

6,874

11.0

$100,000 - $149,999

4,096

6.6

$150,000 - $199,999

934

1.5

$200,000 or more

905

1.5

Median Household Income ($)

42,701

(X)

With earnings

51,306

82.3

Mean earnings ($)

51,956

With social security income

14,584

23.4

mean social security income ($)

11,703

(X)

With supplemental security income

2,285

3.7

Mean supplemental security income ($)

6,370

(X)

With public assistance income

2,258

3.6

Mean public assistance income

2,851

(X)

With retirement income

11,014

17.7

Mean retirement income ($)

17,405

(X)

 


 
SUBJECT

NUMBER

%

FAMILY INCOME IN 1999

Families

42,117

100

Less than $10,000

2,005

4.8

$10,000 to $14,999

1,569

3.7

$15,000 to $24,999

4,022

9.5

$25,000 to $34,999

4,960

11.8

$35,000 to $49,999

7,212

17.1

$50,000 to $74,999

10,985

26.1

$75,000 to $99,999

5,981

14.2

$100,000 to $149,999

3,725

8.8

$150,000 - $199,999

835

2.0

$200,000 or more

823

2.0

Median family income ($)

52,045

(X)

Per Capita Income ($)

21,310

(X)

MEDIAN EARNINGS ($)

Male full time, year round workers

38,985

(X)

Female, full time, year round workers

25,456

(X)

SUBJECT

NUMBER

%

POVERTY STATUS IN 1999

Families below poverty level

3,222

7.7

With children under 18

2,680

12.1

With children under 5

1,609

18.6

Families with female householder, no husband

1,922

29.8

With children under 18

1,798

36.9

With children under 5

1,055

55.8

Individuals

16,329

10.5

18 years and over

10,546

9.2

65 years and over

1,040

5.8

Related children under 18

5,615

13.7

Related children 5 to 17

3,553

11.9

Unrelated individuals 15 and over

5,822

21.0

UNITS IN STRUCTURE

Total housing units

65,649

100

1 unit, detached

45,450

69.2

1 unit, attached

2,176

3.3

2 units

3,248

4.9

 


 
SUBJECT

NUMBER

%

UNITS (CONT.)

3 or 4 units

2,580

3.9

5 to 9 units

3,752

5.7

10 to 19 units

2,943

4.5

20 or more units

3,196

4.9

Mobile Home

2,284

3.5

Boat, RV, Van

20

-

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT

1999 to 3 / 2000

1,057

1.6

1995 to 1998

3,194

4.9

1990 to 1994

3,038

4.6

1980 to 1989

5,305

8.1

1970 to 1979

14,705

22.4

1960 to 1969

10,604

16.2

1940 to 1959

13,065

19.9

1939 or earlier

14,681

22.4

ROOMS

1 room

601

0.9

2 rooms

1,950

3.0

3 rooms

5,131

7.8

4 rooms

10,002

15.2

5 rooms

13,651

20.8

6 rooms

12,049

18.4

7 rooms

8,604

13.1

8 rooms

7,061

10.8

9 or more rooms

6,600

10.1

Median rooms

5.6

(X)

Occupied units

62,334

100

SUBJECT

NUMBER

%

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT

1999 to 3/ 2000

12,276

19.7

1995 to 1998

17,702

28.4

1990 to 1994

10,469

16.8

1980 to 1989

9,194

14.7

1970 to 1979

6,356

10.2

1969 or earlier

6,337

10.2

VEHICLES AVAILABLE

None

4,623

7.4

1

20,362

32.7

2

25,103

40.3

3 or more

12,246

19.6

HOUSE HEATING FUEL

Natural Gas

53,021

85.1

LP, bottled

2,708

4.3

Electricity

5,784

9.3

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc.

175

0.3

Coal

-

-

Wood

145

0.2

Solar energy

2

-

Other fuel

391

0.6

No fuel used

108

0.2

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS

Lacks plumbing

164

0.3

Lacks kitchen

289

0.5

No telephone

1,028

1.6

 


 
SUBJECT

NUMBER

%

OCCUPANTS PER ROOM

Occupied units

62,334

100

1 or less

61,221

98.2

1.01 to 1.5

783

1.3

1.51 or more

330

0.5

Specified owner occupied units

38,874

100

VALUE

Less than $50,000

3,890

10.0

$50,000 - $99,999

18,409

47.4

$100,000-$149,999

8,476

21.8

$150,000-$199.999

4,352

11.2

$200,000-$299,999

2,797

7.2

$300,000-$499,999

814

2.1

$500,000-$999,999

84

0.2

$1 Million or more

52

0.1

Median ($)

92,400

(X)

MORTGAGE STATUS AND MONTHLY OWNER COST

With a mortgage

27,963

71.9

Less than $300

115

0.3

$300 to $499

2,227

5.7

$500 to $699

5,753

14.8

$700 to $999

8,546

22.0

$1,000 to $1,499

7,415

19.1

$1,500 to $1,999

2,597

6.7

$2,000 or more

1,310

3.4

Median ($)

898

(X)

Not mortgage

10,911

28.1

Median ($)

282

(X)

SUBJECT

NUMBER

%

MONTHLY OWNER COST AS A PERCENTAGE OF INCOME IN 1999

Less than 15%

16,149

41.5

15% to 19.9%

8,052

20.7

20% to 24.9 %

5,263

13.5

25% to 29.9%

3,268

8.4

30% to 34.9%

1,735

4.5

35% or more

4,202

10.8

Not computed

205

0.5

GROSS RENT

Rented Units

18,132

100

Less than $200

1,044

5.8

$200 to $299

1,141

6.3

$300 to $499

6,787

37.4

$500 to $749

6,729

37.1

$750 to $999

1,399

7.7

$1,000 to $1,499

311

1.7

$1,500 or more

177

1.0

No cash rent

544

3.0

Median ($)

496

(X)

GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTGE OF INCOME IN 1999

Less than 15%

3,813

21.0

15% to 19.9%

2,627

14.5

20% to 24.9%

2,355

13.0

25% to 29.9%

1,818

10.0

30% to 34.9%

1,287

7.1

35% or more

5,247

28.9

Not computed

985

5.4