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|Title||Trends : data, statistics, and projections for the Sapulpa metropolitan area|
|Alternative title||Sapulpa trends|
Indian Nations Council of Governments.
Creek County (Okla.)
|Publisher||Indian Nations Council of Government|
Sapulpa (Okla.)--Economic conditions.
Creek County (Okla.)--Population.
Creek County (Okla.)--Economic conditions.
|Purpose||Sapulpa Trends is a compilation and analysis of the population and demographic characteristics of Sapulpa, placed in the setting of the Sapulpa incorporated area, Creek County, the Tulsa Metropolitan Statistical Area, the State of Oklahoma and the INCOG Transportation Management Area (TMA). The Planning Area for Plan Sapulpa includes the City’s incorporated area and the unincorporated area in Creek County located within the annexation fenceline. The data included in Sapulpa Trends dates back to 1940 and includes projections of population and employment for the Planning Area to the year 2035. According to the INCOG Transportation Analysis Zones data, the 2005 Sapulpa population of 22,167 is projected to increase to 28,948 in 2035 – an increase of 30.39%. The 2009 estimate of population by the Oklahoma Department of Commerce is 21,150 for Sapulpa and 67,566 for Creek County. According to the INCOG Transportation Analysis Zones data, the 2005 Sapulpa employment of 12,017 is projected to increase to 15,902 in 2035 – an increase of 32.18%.;|
|OkDocs Class#||I800.3 T794s 2010|
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|Title||1 4Sapulpa Trends Document-1 1|
|Full text||October 2010 Trends Data, Statistics, and Projections for the Sapulpa Metropolitan Area|
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