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Combined/Metro/Micro Statistical Areas

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													  Population  Population 

														 2000		2007		 Change   

Detroit-Warren-Flint, MI					 CombdSA  5,357,538   5,405,918   48,380	0.9%

  Ann Arbor, MI							  MetroSA	322,895	 350,003   27,108	8.4%

  Detroit-Warren-Livonia, MI				 MetroSA  4,452,557   4,467,592   15,035	0.3%

  Flint, MI								  MetroSA	436,141	 434,715   -1,426   -0.3%

  Monroe, MI								 MetroSA	145,945	 153,608	7,663	5.3%


Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland, MI			CombdSA  1,254,661   1,323,095   68,434	5.5%

  Allegan, MI								MicroSA	105,665	 112,761	7,096	6.7%

  Grand Rapids-Wyoming, MI				   MetroSA	740,482	 776,742   36,260	4.9%

  Holland-Grand Haven, MI					MetroSA	238,314	 259,206   20,892	8.8%

  Muskegon-Norton Shores, MI				 MetroSA	170,200	 174,386	4,186	2.5%


South Bend-Elkhart-Mishawaka, IN-MI		  CombdSA	544,582	 561,279   16,697	3.1%

  Elkhart-Goshen, IN						 MetroSA	182,791	 197,942   15,151	8.3%

  Plymouth, IN							   MicroSA	 45,128	  46,698	1,570	3.5%

  South Bend-Mishawaka, IN-MI				MetroSA	316,663	 316,639	  -24	0.0%


Lansing-East Lansing-Owosso, MI			  CombdSA	519,415	 528,193	8,778	1.7%

  Lansing-East Lansing, MI				   MetroSA	447,728	 456,440	8,712	1.9%

  Owosso, MI								 MicroSA	 71,687	  71,753	   66	0.1%


Kalamazoo-Portage, MI						MetroSA	314,866	 323,264	8,398	2.7%


Saginaw-Bay City-Saginaw Township North, MI  CombdSA	320,196	 309,785  -10,411   -3.3%

  Bay City, MI							   MetroSA	110,157	 107,517   -2,640   -2.4%

  Saginaw-Saginaw Township North, MI		 MetroSA	210,039	 202,268   -7,771   -3.7%


Jackson, MI								  MetroSA	158,422	 163,006	4,584	2.9%


Niles-Benton Harbor, MI					  MetroSA	162,453	 159,589   -2,864   -1.8%


Traverse City, MI							MicroSA	131,342	 142,075   10,733	8.2%


Battle Creek, MI							 MetroSA	137,985	 136,615   -1,370   -1.0%


Adrian, MI								   MicroSA	 98,890	 101,243	2,353	2.4%


Midland, MI								  MicroSA	 82,874	  82,818	  -56   -0.1%


Marquette, MI								MicroSA	 64,634	  65,216	  582	0.9%


Mount Pleasant, MI						   MicroSA	 63,351	  66,693	3,342	5.3%


Sturgis, MI								  MicroSA	 62,422	  62,449	   27	0.0%


Coldwater, MI								MicroSA	 45,787	  46,194	  407	0.9%


Cadillac, MI								 MicroSA	 44,962	  46,768	1,806	4.0%


Alma, MI									 MicroSA	 42,285	  42,141	 -144   -0.3%


Big Rapids, MI							   MicroSA	 40,553	  42,090	1,537	3.8%


Sault Ste. Marie, MI						 MicroSA	 38,543	  38,922	  379	1.0%


Escanaba, MI								 MicroSA	 38,520	  37,367   -1,153   -3.0%


Houghton, MI								 MicroSA	 38,317	  37,352	 -965   -2.5%


Iron Mountain, MI-WI						 MicroSA	 32,560	  31,705	 -855   -2.6%


Alpena, MI								   MicroSA	 31,314	  29,707   -1,607   -5.1%

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Wow, Traverse City Micro PA passed Battle Creek Metro by some 5,000 people. I wonder if we'll be made a metropolitan area next census. It is something that has been talked about for a while around here.

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Wow, Traverse City Micro PA passed Battle Creek Metro by some 5,000 people. I wonder if we'll be made a metropolitan area next census. It is something that has been talked about for a while around here.

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Well, I don't know. If were not, then we are getting very close at least. My guess is that the urban cluster includes Traverse City and Garfield Twp. and probebly some parts of Long Lake Twp., Blair Twp., East Bay Twp. and Peninsula Twp. The 2000 census showed 57,652 people in the whole of those townships and Traverse City and 61,519 for the 2006 estimate. Not much of a difference, so maybe not.

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Traverse City was the one that caught my eye, too. The other numbers are pretty self-explanatory and expected.

I was also surprised that Midland is still not in the Saginaw-Bay City CSA.

Lastly, Ann Arbor's numbers are very impressive considering that from anectodal and other more solid evidence (the sheer rate of growth in the small cities of Washtenaw County) it seems that the percentage of that growth that is sprawl is probably much lower than Michigan's other metropolitan growth. It'll also be interesting to see if the actual city of Ann Arbor bucks the current trends showing its population to have actually stagnated according both to the Census and SEMCOG (Southeast Michigan Council of Government) estimtates. I can't imagine Washtenaw County adding 27,000 persons, so far, and none of that growth having gone to Ann Arbor. BTW, next-door fast-growing Livingston County (16.7% since 2000) is just a mess in comparison.

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