Cascade, Colorado Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

What are the population and steets of Cascade City? Cascade City is located in the state of Idaho. The 2000 census recorded 8,410 households. Of these, 7,245 were family households, and the rest were nonfamily households. Approximately 917 households were nonfamily, and that represented nearly a quarter of all households. The population per household in Cascade City was 4.02, which was higher than the county average of 3.92.

Cascade County has a low poverty rate. Its per capita personal income is just over $37,500, which is lower than the national average. Despite this, Cascade has a comparatively high percentage of working-age households. About 37% of the population in Cascade County is employed in the educational services, health care, social assistance, and retail trade industries. In contrast, Cascade's unemployment rate was 6.4% in December, compared to 10% at the national level. Neither of these figures are significant.

According to the U.S. Census, the population of Cascade City is relatively young, with the oldest group being aged 85 years and over. The youngest age group is the 15-to-34 age group, with 17.2 percent of the city's population falling between this age range and the 65-and-oldest category. This is consistent with the county's age distribution, with the youngest group making up nearly a quarter of the population.