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06 - FINAL Pueblo West Bench Marking Report ANDERSON ANALYTICS SUMMARY OF CANDIDATE MUNICIPALITIES FOR COMPARISON AND BENCHMARKING IN THE PUEBLO WEST INCORPORATION FEASIBILITY STUDY Prepared for: Pueblo West Metropolitan District, Colorado March 5, 2019 1516 N. Nevada Ave. Colorado Springs Colorado 80907 andersonanalyticsCO.com (719) 332-2125 GENERAL LIMITING CONDITIONS This report contains information believed to be reliable. No responsibility, however, is assumed for inaccuracies in reporting by any source. Market and economic conditions can change very rapidly. The data and conclusions con- tained in this report are valid for a short period of time following their publication. Caution should be used in relying on any information contained herein to make important decisions without verifying current market and economic conditions. The forecasts contained in this report represent a reasonable estimate of likely future activity. 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Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 3 Table of Contents Introduction ..................................................................................................................................... 4 Purpose and Structure of Report ................................................................................................................ 4 Process ....................................................................................................................................................... 5 Pueblo West Census Designated Place (CDP) versus Metropolitan District Boundaries ............................... 9 Part 1 – Comparison of Demographic Characteristics for Candidate Municipalities ......................... 11 Part 2 – Annual/Monthly Climate Normals ..................................................................................... 14 Part 3 – Tourism-Related Economic Sectors .................................................................................... 16 Part 4 – Crime Incidents Reported and Rates .................................................................................. 18 Part 5 – Proposed Candidate Municipalities for Benchmarking ....................................................... 20 Part 6 – Detailed ACS Data for Each Candidate Municipality ........................................................... 23 Population and Housing Counts and Density ............................................................................................ 23 Housing Characteristics ............................................................................................................................ 25 Household Characteristics ........................................................................................................................ 28 Vacation Homes and Vacancy Characteristics ........................................................................................... 30 Age .......................................................................................................................................................... 32 Race ......................................................................................................................................................... 34 Income and Earnings ................................................................................................................................ 37 Women .................................................................................................................................................... 39 LGBTQ ...................................................................................................................................................... 41 Retirees and Labor Force Participation ..................................................................................................... 42 Military and Veterans ............................................................................................................................... 43 Civilian Employment and Unemployment ................................................................................................ 45 Education ................................................................................................................................................. 46 Commute ................................................................................................................................................. 47 Poverty .................................................................................................................................................... 48 Disability .................................................................................................................................................. 49 Language .................................................................................................................................................. 50 Immigration and Place of Birth ................................................................................................................. 52 Residence One Year Prior ......................................................................................................................... 53 Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 4 Introduction Purpose and Structure of Report The ultimate purpose of this report is to help identify five incorporated municipalities in Colorado which are comparable to Pueblo West, as well as three incorporated mu- nicipalities outside of Colorado which are comparable to Pueblo West, as finalist candi- dates to utilize for benchmarking services and service costs for a possible incorporated Pueblo West. At least one of the incorporated municipalities identified is to have a similar peak season tourism economy, along with such associated revenue and service fluctuations, as Pueblo West. In addition to this Introduction, in which the process for identifying these finalist candi- date municipalities will be explained, this report will divided into the following parts: 1. 11 municipalities in Colorado and 11 municipalities outside of Colorado, which are candidates for benchmarking with Pueblo West, will be proposed. A matrix summarizing 20 various demographic characteristics for each community as “very comparable,” “somewhat comparable,” or “less comparable” to Pueblo West will be presented. These characteristics are derived from the 2013-2017 American Community Survey (ACS) 5-year estimates, and effectively summarize the results of the detailed date presented in Part 6 of this report. 2. Monthly/annual climate normals for 1981-2010 from the National Weather Ser- vice, including data on annual mean average temperature, annual precipitation, annual snowfall, mean July high temperature, mean December high tempera- ture, and mean December low temperature, will be presented in a table for all candidate municipalities and Pueblo West. 3. Estimates of number of establishments and number of employees in two tour- ism-related economic sectors – the Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation sector (NAICS code 71) and the Accommodation and Food Service Sector (NAICS code 72) – derived from the 2012 Economic Census, will be presented in a table for all candidate municipalities and Pueblo West. 4. Total annual reported crime incidents by type, as well as total annual violent and property crime rates, for 2017, derived from the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program, will be presented in a table for all candidate municipalities whose law enforcement agencies provide data to the UCR. Total annual re- ported crime incidents and rates will also be included, and denoted, for candi- Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 5 date municipalities whose law enforcement agencies report crime data via alter- native means. 5. Recommendations will be made on which five Colorado municipalities and which three out-of-state municipalities should be the finalist comparable community candidates, from which the benchmark communities for the incorporation feasi- bility study will be chosen. 6. Detailed socioeconomic, demographic, and urban form data for 2017, derived from the 2013-2017 American Community Survey (ACS) 5-year estimates, will be presented for each of the proposed municipalities and Pueblo West. Two full appendices – one appendix ranking all 146 Colorado municipalities above 1,000 population with Pueblo West, and one appendix ranking all 47 municipalities outside of Colorado with Pueblo West – of all of the detailed data categories presented in Part 2 will also accompany this report. Process The pool of possible candidate municipalities in Colorado was only limited to incorpo- rated towns and cities with an estimated population of at least 1,000 people in 2017 (per the 2013-2017 ACS). Such a broad pool of possible candidates was chosen primar- ily because there are no “obvious” comparable communities to Pueblo West in Colo- rado in terms of Pueblo West’s unique, semi-rural urban form for such a large total population. A total of 146 such Colorado municipalities were identified, and 2017 data on 83 different demographic topics was collected for each municipality, as well as for the Pueblo West Census Designated Place (CDP), from the 2013-2017 ACS. All commu- nities were then ranked from 1st to 147th place (e.g. largest population to smallest pop- ulation) for each of the 83 demographic topics. The following table lists the pool of possible candidate municipalities in Colorado, ranked in terms of estimated 2017 population. The population for the Pueblo West Metropolitan District is adjusted from the ACS population estimate for Pueblo West CDP, based on a count of residential structures located in the CDP but not in the Met- ropolitan District. The 11 proposed candidate municipalities for benchmarking are highlighted in green. Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 6 Narrowing the pool of possible out-of-state candidates out of the approximately 20,000 incorporated municipalities in the United States was a more involved process. First, all 383 metropolitan statistical areas (MSA’s) defined by the U.S. Office of Man- agement and Budget were examined on Google Earth satellite imagery mapping soft- ware. Every municipality outside of Colorado which is an exclusive or overwhelmingly primary suburb of an MSA’s major city, or which is a smaller “sister” city in double-city MSA’s, was then identified with the aid of political subdivision and CDP boundaries overlaid on Google Earth’s satellite imagery. Also, in the course of visually examining every MSA in the United States, any municipalities which appeared to be particularly 1 Denver city, Colorado 678,467 50 Rifle city, Colorado 9,526 99 Meeker town, Colorado 2,713 2 Colorado Springs city, Colorado 450,000 51 Craig city, Colorado 8,903 100 Platteville town, Colorado 2,664 3 Aurora city, Colorado 357,323 52 Delta city, Colorado 8,739 101 Palisade town, Colorado 2,663 4 Fort Collins city, Colorado 159,150 53 Cortez city, Colorado 8,579 102 Leadville city, Colorado 2,645 5 Lakewood city, Colorado 151,411 54 Trinidad city, Colorado 8,054 103 Palmer Lake town, Colorado 2,643 6 Thornton city, Colorado 132,310 55 Wellington town, Colorado 7,941 104 Bayfield town, Colorado 2,576 7 Arvada city, Colorado 115,320 56 Fort Lupton city, Colorado 7,829 105 Wray city, Colorado 2,488 8 Westminster city, Colorado 111,895 57 Lamar city, Colorado 7,627 106 Timnath town, Colorado 2,422 9 Pueblo city, Colorado 109,122 58 Woodland Park city, Colorado 7,287 107 Holyoke city, Colorado 2,316 10 Centennial city, Colorado 108,448 59 Aspen city, Colorado 7,097 108 Bennett town, Colorado 2,291 11 Boulder city, Colorado 106,271 60 Gypsum town, Colorado 6,926 109 Cedaredge town, Colorado 2,175 12 Greeley city, Colorado 100,760 61 La Junta city, Colorado 6,900 110 Rangely town, Colorado 2,169 13 Longmont city, Colorado 91,730 62 Monument town, Colorado 6,760 111 Akron town, Colorado 2,116 14 Loveland city, Colorado 74,125 63 Eagle town, Colorado 6,711 112 Lyons town, Colorado 2,085 15 Broomfield city, Colorado 64,283 64 Carbondale town, Colorado 6,632 113 Ault town, Colorado 2,054 16 Grand Junction city, Colorado 60,882 65 Cherry Hills Village city, Colorado 6,542 114 Las Animas city, Colorado 2,047 17 Castle Rock town, Colorado 57,274 66 Avon town, Colorado 6,503 115 Center town, Colorado 2,033 18 Commerce City city, Colorado 52,905 67 Milliken town, Colorado 6,362 116 Idaho Springs city, Colorado 1,970 19 Parker town, Colorado 51,125 68 Gunnison city, Colorado 6,250 117 Pagosa Springs town, Colorado 1,927 20 Littleton city, Colorado 45,848 69 Estes Park town, Colorado 6,248 118 Telluride town, Colorado 1,921 21 Northglenn city, Colorado 38,473 70 Berthoud town, Colorado 6,018 119 Kersey town, Colorado 1,825 22 Brighton city, Colorado 38,016 70 Sheridan city, Colorado 6,018 120 Granby town, Colorado 1,813 23 Englewood city, Colorado 33,155 72 Lochbuie town, Colorado 5,675 121 Olathe town, Colorado 1,798 24 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 31,162 73 Salida city, Colorado 5,565 122 Hayden town, Colorado 1,794 25 Pueblo West Metro District (est.)30,743*74 Vail town, Colorado 5,425 123 Mancos town, Colorado 1,714 26 Fountain city, Colorado 28,799 75 Brush city, Colorado 5,406 124 Hudson town, Colorado 1,709 27 Lafayette city, Colorado 27,440 76 Edgewater city, Colorado 5,299 125 Fraser town, Colorado 1,688 28 Windsor town, Colorado 23,386 77 Manitou Springs city, Colorado 5,263 126 Del Norte town, Colorado 1,621 29 Erie town, Colorado 22,019 78 Glendale city, Colorado 5,027 127 Nederland town, Colorado 1,496 30 Golden city, Colorado 20,365 79 Eaton town, Colorado 4,931 128 Kremmling town, Colorado 1,476 31 Louisville city, Colorado 20,319 80 Dacono city, Colorado 4,929 129 Springfield town, Colorado 1,474 32 Evans city, Colorado 19,967 81 Breckenridge town, Colorado 4,833 130 Keenesburg town, Colorado 1,394 33 Montrose city, Colorado 18,918 82 New Castle town, Colorado 4,663 131 Crested Butte town, Colorado 1,385 34 Durango city, Colorado 17,986 83 Silverthorne town, Colorado 4,364 132 Paonia town, Colorado 1,365 35 Cañon City city, Colorado 16,298 84 Mead town, Colorado 4,315 133 Julesburg town, Colorado 1,299 36 Greenwood Village city, Colorado 15,397 85 Monte Vista city, Colorado 4,236 134 Ordway town, Colorado 1,297 37 Johnstown town, Colorado 14,386 86 Basalt town, Colorado 3,849 135 Limon town, Colorado 1,256 38 Sterling city, Colorado 13,961 87 Florence city, Colorado 3,845 136 Fowler town, Colorado 1,233 39 Lone Tree city, Colorado 13,430 88 Burlington city, Colorado 3,834 136 Parachute town, Colorado 1,233 40 Fruita city, Colorado 13,039 89 Rocky Ford city, Colorado 3,831 138 Columbine Valley town, Colorado 1,165 41 Superior town, Colorado 12,879 90 Severance town, Colorado 3,816 139 Cripple Creek city, Colorado 1,145 42 Steamboat Springs city, Colorado 12,520 91 Yuma city, Colorado 3,526 140 Georgetown town, Colorado 1,141 43 Federal Heights city, Colorado 12,449 92 Orchard City town, Colorado 3,053 140 Minturn town, Colorado 1,141 44 Firestone town, Colorado 12,282 93 Silt town, Colorado 3,051 142 Elizabeth town, Colorado 1,075 45 Frederick town, Colorado 11,397 94 Frisco town, Colorado 2,977 143 Ridgway town, Colorado 1,064 46 Fort Morgan city, Colorado 11,251 95 Walsenburg city, Colorado 2,904 144 Dillon town, Colorado 1,062 47 Castle Pines city, Colorado 10,623 96 Snowmass Village town, Colorado 2,827 145 Pierce town, Colorado 1,049 48 Glenwood Springs city, Colorado 9,850 97 La Salle town, Colorado 2,754 146 Dolores town, Colorado 1,005 49 Alamosa city, Colorado 9,675 98 Buena Vista town, Colorado 2,720 146 Manassa town, Colorado 1,005 Total Population - Colorado Municipalities and Pueblo West (2017) * 158 fewer people estimated in Pueblo West Metro District than in Pueblo West CDP, based on count of structures. Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017; Pueblo County Assessor; Pueblo West Metropolitan District. Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 7 similar to Pueblo West’s unique low-density, semi-rural urban form were also identi- fied. Finally, the other two incorporated municipalities founded by McCulloch Proper- ties, Inc. in the 1960’s and early 1970’s, and master planned by its president C. V. Wood – Lake Havasu City, AZ, and Fountain Hills, AZ – were included. The table below summarizes the 40 municipalities identified as either an exclusive or overwhelmingly primary suburb of an MSA’s major city, or as a smaller “sister” city in double-city MSA – similar to the relationship between Pueblo West and the City of Pueblo. The total MSA population is also listed in order to provide comparative per- spective. Three proposed candidate municipalities for benchmarking are highlighted in green. Candidate City Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) MSA Population Chubbuck, ID Pocatello, ID 84,113 Jackson, MO Cape Girardeau–Jackson, MO-IL 96,226 1/ North Mankato, MN Mankato-North Mankato, MN 99,244 East Grand Forks, MN Grand Forks, ND-MN 101,694 Auburn, ME Lewiston-Auburn, ME 107,317 Denison, TX Sherman-Denison, TX 126,146 Mandan, ND Bismarck, ND 128,673 Texarkana, AR Texarkana, TX-AR 149,889 Post Falls, ID Coeur d'Alene, ID 150,128 Lemoore, CA Hanford-Corcoran, CA 150,183 Brewer, ME Bangor, ME 152,284 Washington, UT St. George, UT 155,577 Opelika, AL Auburn-Opelika, AL 156,597 Millville, NJ Vineland-Millville-Bridgeton, NJ 156,864 1/ Pueblo West CDP, CO Pueblo, CO 163,368 Coralville, IA Iowa City, IA 166,520 Normal, IL Bloomington–Normal, IL 169,689 1/ Cedar Falls, IA Waterloo-Cedar Falls, IA 170,055 Imperial, CA El Centro, CA 179,957 Christiansburg, VA Blacksburg-Christiansburg-Radford, VA 181,863 Goshen, IN Elkhart-Goshen, IN 202,924 Prescott Valley, AZ Prescott, AZ 220,972 Urbana, IL Champaign–Urbana, IL 237,849 Bryan, TX College Station-Bryan, TX 248,554 Superior, WI Duluth, MN-WI 279,205 Van Buren, AR Fort Smith, AR-OK 280,705 Portage, MI Kalamazoo-Portage, MI 335,020 Springfield, OR Eugene-Springfield, OR 351,794 1/ Prattville, AL Montgomery, AL 373,507 Sparks, NV Reno–Sparks, NV 426,020 1/ Bossier-City, AL Shreveport-Bossier City, LA 443,974 Tulare, CA Visalia-Porterville, CA 458,809 West Lafayette, IN Lafayette-West Lafayette, IN 514,760 South Portland, ME Portland–South Portland–Biddeford, ME 515,398 1/ Spokane Valley, WA Spokane-Spokane Valley, WA 547,688 Lodi, CA Stockton-Lodi, CA 724,153 North Little Rock, AR Little Rock-North Little Rock-Conway, AR 730,346 North Charleston, SC Charleston–North Charleston, SC 744,195 Rio Rancho, NM Albuquerque, NM 905,049 Council Bluffs, IA Omaha-Council Bluffs, NE-IA 914,190 Clovis, CA Fresno, CA 971,616 1/ 2012 5-Year American Community Survey. Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2008-2017 Candidate Cities - Major/Exclusive Adjacency to a City Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 8 Furthermore, the table below summarizes the eight municipalities identified in the course of visually examining every MSA in the United States as appearing particularly similar to Pueblo West’s unique low-density, semi-rural urban form. All eight of these municipalities are highlighted in green as proposed candidates for benchmarking. After identifying the pool of possible candidate municipalities in and outside of Colo- rado, the challenge was to narrow the list down to the candidate municipalities for benchmarking. At first, the possibility of performing an overall ranking calculation for all 146 Colorado and 48 out-of-state municipalities – somewhat similar to the college football Bowl Championship Series computer average algorithm – was explored. Sev- eral types of calculations were tried, like assigning a point scale based on the number of places each city ranked away from Pueblo West and summing those points, or aver- aging the number of places each city ranked away from Pueblo West. It was quickly discovered that without weighting the relative importance of each metric’s ranking and/or deviation score, then any overall ranking calculation would yield intuitively meaningless results. Although some metrics are more important than others, trying to apply a numerical weight to each metric based on importance without skewing the re- sults heavily in favor of one demographic aspect proved to be nearly impossible. Furthermore, there was a lot of statistical “noise” in these attempts to calculate an overall ranking, particularly for the Colorado municipalities and for the out-of-state city-adjacent candidates in regions outside of the Mountain West and Southwest. Many of those municipalities are just simply not good candidates for comparison with Pueblo West, even if they are similar in one or several demographic categories. In par- ticular, dissimilarity from Pueblo West in terms of population size and density dimin- ishes the comparative value of similarity in other demographic categories. Nonethe- less, none of these municipalities were removed from the ranking process in order to provide a full and unbiased picture of just exactly where Pueblo West ranks in compari- Candidate City City Population Metropolitan/Micropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) or County Subdivision (CCD) MSA Population Fountain Hills, AZ 24,047 Phoenix, AZ (CCD)3,229,931 Carlsbad, NM 28,393 Carlsbad-Artesia, NM 56,793 Pueblo West CDP, CO 30,901 Pueblo, CO 163,368 Prescott, AZ 41,468 Prescott, AZ 220,972 Poway, CA 49,874 San Diego, CA (CCD)2,405,695 Yucca Valley, CA 51,483 Twentynine Palms-Yucca Valley (CCD)70,746 Lake Havasu City, AZ 53,463 Lake Havasu City-Kingman, AZ 204,691 Apple Valley, CA 71,916 Victorville-Hesperia, CA (CCD)382,977 Hesperia, CA 93,190 Victorville-Hesperia, CA (CCD)382,977 Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Other Candidate Cities - Thematic / Urban Form Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 9 son to other Colorado municipalities and other regional types of American cities. Sev- eral of the candidate municipalities were also barely considered before the ranking process was completed, and only identified afterwards as “surprise” discoveries. Ultimately, it was decided to use a holistic judgment approach to narrow the list to a much smaller number of municipalities – 11 in Colorado and 11 out-of-state – to then examine and compare in greater depth. The complete Colorado and out-of-state mu- nicipality rankings for the 83 ACS data topics, which were used to inform and guide this judgment, is included in the appendices accompanying this report. The 11 Colorado and 11 out-of-state municipalities represent a rather wide variety of strengths and weaknesses as a comparison to Pueblo West. The following six sections of this report sketch the analytical process for narrowing that list to five candidates for benchmark- ing in Colorado and three candidates outside Colorado. Pueblo West Census Designated Place (CDP) versus Metropolitan District Boundaries As mentioned before, the geographic bounda- ries utilized by the Census Bureau for Pueblo West – the Pueblo West CDP – are different from the geographic boundaries of the Pueblo West Metropolitan District. The differences in area, as well as the estimated differences be- tween the 2017 ACS counts for the CDP and the counts for the Metropolitan District, are summarized in the table to the right. The housing unit count difference is based on a count of structures in the CDP but not in the Metro District (or vice versa) performed via the Pueblo County Assessor’s GIS property database, and the population difference is calculated using the 2017 average house- hold size and residential vacancy rates for Pueblo West CDP from the 2013-2017 ACS. On the following page are aerial maps of the Pueblo West CDP and the Pueblo West Metropolitan District boundaries. The main areas included in the CDP but not the Met- ropolitan District are the interior in-parcels, Swallows Road approaching Pueblo Reser- voir to the southwest of the District, part of Mountain View Estates south of Highway 50 and east of Swallows Road, and the unincorporated Wild Horse area to the east of the District. Pueblo West CDP Pueblo West Metro District Area (square miles)70.43 49.10 Population 30,901 30,743 Population Density (people per sq. mile)439 626 Housing Units 11,653 11,593 Housing Density (units per sq. mile)165 236 Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017; Pueblo County Assessor; Pueblo West Metropolitan District. Pueblo West CDP vs. Metro District Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 10 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American FactFinder Pueblo West CDP Source: Pueblo County GIS Pueblo West Metropolitan District Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 11 Part 1 – Comparison of Demographic Characteristics for Candidate Municipalities The following table summarizes the comparability to Pueblo West of the 11 out-of- state candidate municipalities in 20 demographic categories, based on the ACS data. Residence One Year Prior Density Civilian Labor Force Population Size Education Age Housing Characteristics Commute Race Poverty Military Household Characteristics Disability Income & Earnings Language Retirees Vacation Homes & Vacancy Women Immigration / Place of Birth Veterans Unemployment Population Size Immigration / Place of Birth Density Housing Characteristics Education Household Characteristics Residence One Year Prior Vacation Homes & Vacancy Race Commute Income & Earnings Age Women Poverty Military Unemployment Retirees Language Disability Civilian Labor Force Veterans Disability Population Size Density Military Language Women Housing Characteristics Veterans Unemployment Retirees Household Characteristics Civilian Labor Force Commute Vacation Homes & Vacancy Education Poverty Age Immigration / Place of Birth Race Residence One Year Prior Income & Earnings Vacation Homes & Vacancy Housing Characteristics Population Size Veterans Disability Women Density Unemployment Residence One Year Prior Civilian Labor Force Household Characteristics Education Age Commute Race Poverty Income & Earnings Language Retirees Immigration / Place of Birth Military Veterans Housing Characteristics Population Size Civilian Labor Force Unemployment Race Density Education Women Household Characteristics Commute Retirees Vacation Homes & Vacancy Disability Poverty Age Immigration / Place of Birth Language Income & Earnings Residence One Year Prior Military Vacation Homes & Vacancy Household Characteristics Commute Population Size Education Age Race Poverty Density Language Women Retirees Disability Housing Characteristics Immigration / Place of Birth Unemployment Military Residence One Year Prior Income & Earnings Civilian Labor Force Veterans Race Population Size Age Commute Retirees Density Income & Earnings Poverty Veterans Housing Characteristics Women Disability Household Characteristics Military Language Vacation Homes & Vacancy Civilian Labor Force Immigration / Place of Birth Unemployment Education Residence One Year Prior Military Population Size Housing Characteristics Retirees Veterans Density Household Characteristics Civilian Labor Force Unemployment Education Vacation Homes & Vacancy Commute Language Poverty Age Disability Race Immigration / Place of Birth Income & Earnings Residence One Year Prior Women Household Characteristics Unemployment Density Residence One Year Prior Population Size Vacation Homes & Vacancy Civilian Labor Force Housing Characteristics Race Age Education Women Language Income & Earnings Commute Retirees Military Disability Poverty Veterans Immigration / Place of Birth Density Population Size Military Housing Characteristics Veterans Retirees Household Characteristics Unemployment Vacation Homes & Vacancy Commute Education Age Language Race Poverty Immigration / Place of Birth Income & Earnings Women Disability Civilian Labor Force Residence One Year Prior Density Population Size Retirees Vacation Homes & Vacancy Education Veterans Housing Characteristics Civilian Labor Force Income & Earnings Poverty Household Characteristics Commute Women Disability Age Language Military Immigration / Place of Birth Race Unemployment Residence One Year Prior Washington, Utah Yucca Valley, California Comparison of Demographic Characteristics - Out-of-State Candidates Hesperia, California Lake Havasu City, Arizona Poway, California Prescott Valley, Arizona Prescott, Arizona Rio Rancho, New Mexico Very Comparable Somewhat Comparable Less Comparable Apple Valley, California Carlsbad, New Mexico Fountain Hills, Arizona Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 12 Similarly, the following table summarizes the comparability to Pueblo West of the 11 Colorado candidate municipalities, based on the ACS data. The 20 categories are representative of all 83 demographic topics for which data was collected, with the exception of data on unmarried same-sex partner households (as that data point is no longer a particularly accurate representation of the size of the LGBTQ population in many communities). Again, the comparative importance of each Vacation Homes & Vacancy Language Household Characteristics Unemployment Population Size Women Age Immigration / Place of Birth Race Education Density Veterans Commute Retirees Poverty Housing Characteristics Civilian Labor Force Disability Military Residence One Year Prior Income & Earnings Vacation Homes & Vacancy Population Size Density Retirees Income & Earnings Military Housing Characteristics Veterans Commute Unemployment Household Characteristics Civilian Labor Force Poverty Disability Age Education Residence One Year Prior Race Language Women Immigration / Place of Birth Language Vacation Homes & Vacancy Population Size Veterans Age Density Unemployment Women Housing Characteristics Civilian Labor Force Commute Household Characteristics Education Race Poverty Income & Earnings Disability Retirees Immigration / Place of Birth Military Residence One Year Prior Military Vacation Homes & Vacancy Population Size Retirees Commute Income & Earnings Density Veterans Residence One Year Prior Unemployment Housing Characteristics Civilian Labor Force Poverty Household Characteristics Education Age Disability Race Language Women Immigration / Place of Birth Vacation Homes & Vacancy Population Size Density Unemployment Age Housing Characteristics Civilian Labor Force Race Household Characteristics Education Commute Income & Earnings Poverty Language Women Disability Retirees Immigration / Place of Birth Military Residence One Year Prior Veterans Population Size Housing Characteristics Commute Density Military Income & Earnings Women Disability Household Characteristics Veterans Unemployment Retirees Vacation Homes & Vacancy Language Poverty Civilian Labor Force Age Immigration / Place of Birth Education Race Residence One Year Prior Household Characteristics Density Commute Population Size Unemployment Age Immigration / Place of Birth Housing Characteristics Civilian Labor Force Race Vacation Homes & Vacancy Poverty Women Income & Earnings Disability Retirees Military Language Education Veterans Residence One Year Prior Population Size Household Characteristics Commute Density Civilian Labor Force Age Vacation Homes & Vacancy Disability Housing Characteristics Education Military Race Residence One Year Prior Income & Earnings Language Poverty Women Retirees Immigration / Place of Birth Unemployment Veterans Density Housing Characteristics Immigration / Place of Birth Population Size Military Race Household Characteristics Vacation Homes & Vacancy Unemployment Commute Income & Earnings Age Civilian Labor Force Language Veterans Women Education Residence One Year Prior Poverty Retirees Disability Population Size Vacation Homes & Vacancy Commute Density Military Race Income & Earnings Poverty Housing Characteristics Veterans Disability Retirees Language Household Characteristics Civilian Labor Force Unemployment Immigration / Place of Birth Age Residence One Year Prior Education Women Household Characteristics Population Size Commute Housing Characteristics Veterans Age Density Poverty Race Unemployment Language Vacation Homes & Vacancy Residence One Year Prior Income & Earnings Education Military Women Disability Civilian Labor Force Retirees Immigration / Place of Birth Milliken, Colorado Wheat Ridge, Colorado Windsor, Colorado Castle Pines, Colorado Commerce City, Colorado Erie, Colorado Fountain, Colorado Johnstown, Colorado Lafayette, Colorado Comparison of Demographic Characteristics - Colorado Candidates Very Comparable Somewhat Comparable Less Comparable Arvada, Colorado Brighton, Colorado Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 13 of the 20 categories is not equal – but putting a numerical weight to each category’s importance is difficult to do without adding undue bias to the judgment process. Part 5 of this report will discuss the final proposed candidate cities based on the infor- mation in the two tables above, as well as on the data in the following three sections. Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 14 Part 2 – Annual/Monthly Climate Normals In addition to the demographic and socioeconomic characteristics of a community, which are reflected in the ACS data, the weather climate of a municipality is an integral feature of its identity and everyday life. Climate, weather events, and the availability of water via precipitation and snowfall all help shape the form of the built environment in a community, along with the challenges and priorities of that community’s govern- ment. The following table summarizes the climate normals annually, as well as at the peaks of summer and winter, of the 11 Colorado and 11 out-of-state candidate munici- palities along with Pueblo West. This data was collected from the National Weather Service Forecast Offices covering each municipality, and is from the closest weather station in or near each municipality for which these climate normals have been pre- pared. In comparison to all of the candidate Colorado municipalities, Pueblo West is a couple of degrees Fahrenheit warmer in both the summer and the winter, and it receives about two to five inches less precipitation annually than the other municipalities. The Mean Average Temperature (°F) Mean Max Temperature - July (°F) Mean Max Temperature - December (°F) Mean Min Temperature - December (°F) Total Annual Precipitation (inches) Total Annual Snowfall (inches) Pueblo West, Colorado 53.7°93.1°47.1°19.0°13.02''19.3'' Apple Valley, California 60.4°97.4°55.4°30.1°5.51''1.1'' Carlsbad, New Mexico 62.4°94.6°57.5°28.0°13.41''2.4'' Fountain Hills, Arizona 71.5°104.0°63.3°42.0°11.64''0.0'' Hesperia, California 60.4°97.4°55.4°30.1°5.51''1.1'' Lake Havasu City, Arizona 74.5°109.2°62.9°43.0°3.84''0.0'' Poway, California 80.4°90.5°71.5°37.9°13.55''0.0'' Prescott Valley, Arizona 54.8°88.9°51.5°23.4°17.95''12.7'' Prescott, Arizona 54.8°88.9°51.5°23.4°17.95''12.7'' Rio Rancho, New Mexico 57.4°94.7°49.4°24.2°11.60''9.6'' Washington, Utah 63.9°101.4°51.9°30.6°8.80''1.4'' Yucca Valley, California 69.1°102.7°60.1°39.7°4.46''0.0'' Arvada, Colorado 49.8°88.0°45.9°15.8°18.20''81'' Brighton, Colorado 50.0°89.6°43.4°14.1°14.73''37.7'' Castle Pines, Colorado 49.2°85.2°44.7°17.6°18.79''61.8'' Commerce City, Colorado 50.2°88.2°43.3°16.7°15.58''53.8'' Erie, Colorado 52.3°91.8°46.9°18.2°14.34''41.5'' Fountain, Colorado 48.9°84.8°42.1°17.5°16.54''37.7'' Johnstown, Colorado 48.0°87.5°42.7°12.0°15.76''41.0'' Lafayette, Colorado 52.3°91.8°46.9°18.2°14.34''41.5'' Milliken, Colorado 48.0°87.5°42.7°12.0°15.76''41.0'' Wheat Ridge, Colorado 49.8°88.0°45.9°15.8°18.20''81.0'' Windsor, Colorado 48.0°87.5°42.7°12.0°15.76''41.0'' Annual/Monthly Climate Normals (1981-2010) Source: NOWData - NOAA Online Weather Data; National Weather Service Forecast Offices in Pueblo, Denver/Boulder, Albuquerque, Flagstaff, Phoenix, San Diego, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, and Midland/Odessa. Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 15 major climatic difference in Colorado, though, is that Pueblo West receives about one- half to one-quarter the snowfall annually than the other candidate Colorado municipal- ities. Apple Valley, CA, Hesperia, CA, Fountain Hills, AZ, Washington, UT, and Yucca Valley, CA, all have desert climates with very hot and dry summers, and negligible or no snow- fall – although Fountain Hills receives almost as much precipitation as Pueblo West. Carlsbad, NM, and Rio Rancho, NM, are warmer than Pueblo West in both the summer and the winter, but receive as much or more precipitation – with Rio Rancho receiving about half as much snowfall as Pueblo West. Poway, CA, has a hot but temperate Southern California climate with high temperatures above 70 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter. Prescott, AZ, and Prescott Valley, AZ, are located amongst the Bradshaw Mountains and have slightly cooler summers, receive more precipitation, and experi- ence almost as much snow as Pueblo West – although their winters are a bit milder than Pueblo West’s. Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 16 Part 3 – Tourism-Related Economic Sectors The following table below summarizes the number of establishments and number of employees in the Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation economic sector, as well as in the Accommodation and Food Service economic sector, for each of the candidate mu- nicipalities, derived from the 2012 Economic Census. This is the most recent data available, as the next Economic Census will be published in September of 2019. This table is only a very rough and cursory look at economic data related, in part, to the tourism economies in each of the Colorado and out-of-state candidate municipalities. Nonetheless, this section is hopefully another data point to help identify other commu- nities with a peak season tourism economy similar to Pueblo West’s. Carlsbad, Hesperia, Washington, and Yucca Valley appear to have somewhat similar Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation sectors to Pueblo West in terms of employment, but all out-of-state candidate municipalities have significantly larger Accommodation and Food Service sectors than Pueblo West. Number of Establishments Number of Employees Number of Establishments Number of Employees Pueblo West, Colorado 7 20 - 99 37 368 Apple Valley, California 8 100 - 249 85 1,000 - 2,499 Carlsbad, New Mexico 6 37 69 1,320 Fountain Hills, Arizona 20 178 51 500 - 999 Hesperia, California 6 20 - 99 104 1,773 Lake Havasu City, Arizona 12 100 - 249 134 2,333 Poway, California 25 374 105 1,280 Prescott Valley, Arizona 11 241 75 1,112 Prescott, Arizona 25 223 154 2,390 Rio Rancho, New Mexico 15 100 - 249 91 2,066 Washington, Utah 8 20 20 250 - 499 Yucca Valley, California 3 20 - 99 42 772 Arvada, Colorado 26 250 - 499 186 3,172 Brighton, Colorado 8 24 83 1,338 Castle Pines, Colorado 2 0 - 19 17 234 Commerce City, Colorado 2 20 - 99 58 926 Erie, Colorado 5 20 - 99 20 100 - 249 Fountain, Colorado 1 0 - 19 45 967 Johnstown, Colorado 3 20 - 99 16 250 - 499 Lafayette, Colorado 8 248 56 674 Milliken, Colorado 1 0 - 19 5 46 Wheat Ridge, Colorado 19 89 91 1,347 Windsor, Colorado 11 149 43 500 - 999 Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation Sector (NAICS Code 71) Accommodation and Food Service Sector (NAICS Code 72) 2012 Economic Census Data for Tourism-Related Sectors Source: U.S. Census Bureau - 2012 Economic Census. Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 17 Castle Pines, CO, and Erie, CO, appear to have similar, albeit somewhat smaller, Ac- commodation and Food Service as well as Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation sectors in terms of employment. Commerce City, CO, Johnstown, CO, and Wheat Ridge, CO appear to have somewhat similar Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation sectors to Pueblo West in terms of employment, but have significantly larger Accommodation and Food Service sectors. Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 18 Part 4 – Crime Incidents Reported and Rates The following table summarizes the total reported crime incidents by type in 2017, as well as total annual violent and property crime rates, derived from the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program, for Pueblo West and each candidate municipality. Fountain Hills and Castle Pines have not reported their crime data via the UCR pro- gram, and so their total reported crime incidents by type in 2017 were collected from data which they have reported via the LexisNexis Community Crime Map database. It should be noted that the FBI, many criminologists, and the U.S. Conference of Mayors strongly discourage and condemn the practice of ranking communities based on the FBI’s UCR crime statistics. This report respects the FBI’s warnings on this prac- tice, and is neither trying to judge the effectiveness of any law enforcement agency nor Total Violent Crimes Total Property Crimes Homicide Rape Robbery Assault Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Auto Theft Pueblo West, Colorado 29 2,322 1 2 2 4 0 88 560 66 Apple Valley, California 321 2,186 4 19 63 145 7 299 986 280 Carlsbad, New Mexico 493 4,311 4 18 14 104 14 180 912 118 Fountain Hills, Arizona 1/133 873 0 6 3 23 1 65 137 7 Hesperia, California 408 2,299 2 38 97 243 25 452 1,230 435 Lake Havasu City, Arizona 224 2,220 0 21 6 93 23 245 848 71 Poway, California 116 1,161 0 8 13 37 3 136 389 51 Prescott Valley, Arizona 205 2,255 0 20 8 58 6 99 824 18 Prescott, Arizona 379 2,182 0 11 15 131 2 121 757 25 Rio Rancho, New Mexico 179 2,148 1 16 33 117 14 302 1,464 224 Washington, Utah 128 1,940 0 9 0 22 2 67 380 21 Yucca Valley, California 303 2,076 0 9 18 38 2 148 244 52 Arvada, Colorado 167 2,880 0 39 44 110 19 337 2,521 444 Brighton, Colorado 495 3,459 0 38 24 126 8 145 956 206 Castle Pines, Colorado 1/207 1,403 0 0 2 20 0 20 121 8 Commerce City, Colorado 594 3,531 4 54 39 217 25 240 1,287 316 Erie, Colorado 54 922 2 0 3 7 3 27 160 13 Fountain, Colorado 517 2,729 0 29 14 106 5 115 566 100 Johnstown, Colorado 21 1,189 0 2 0 1 0 18 131 22 Lafayette, Colorado 241 2,602 0 24 7 35 3 65 607 39 Milliken, Colorado 251 660 0 2 0 14 0 7 34 1 Wheat Ridge, Colorado 430 4,980 0 30 14 90 11 153 1,105 283 Windsor, Colorado 21 1,172 0 1 1 3 5 27 226 16 1/ Not reported via the FBI Uniform Crime Reporting Program. Rate (reported offenses per 100,000 people)Violent Crimes (total reported offenses)Property Crimes (total reported offenses) Summary of Crime Incidents Reported - 2017 Source: Pueblo County Sheriff's Office; Federal Bureau of Investigation, Crime Date Explorer - FBI Uniform Crime Reporting Program reported by Apple Valley Police Department, Carlsbad Police Department, Hesperia Police Department, Lake Havasu City Police Department, Poway Police Department, Prescott Valley Police Department, Prescott Police Department, Rio Rancho Police Department, Washington Police Department, Yucca Valley Police Department, Arvada Police Department, Commerce City Police Department, Erie Police Department, Fountain Police Department, Johnstown Police Department, Lafayette Police Department, Milliken Police Department, Wheat Ridge Police Department, Windsor Police Department; LexisNexis Community Crime Map reported by Maricopa County Sheriff's Office, Douglas County Sheriff's Office; U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017; Pueblo West Metropolitan District. Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 19 trying to assess which communities are “safer” than others. Rather, the purpose of in- cluding these crime statistics is primarily to compare the demands on law enforcement resources in these municipalities via data collected in a uniform reporting method. Crime also does fundamentally affect the socioeconomic fabric of any community, and the proliferation or relative absence of reported crime incidents in a community can be objectively compared in order to gain a better understanding of that community. Although Fountain Hills has both a lower violent crime rate and a lower property crime rate than Pueblo West, it is unclear how complete the reported offense data is for Fountain Hills since it was not reported via the FBI’s UCR. All other out-of-state candi- date municipalities, except for Carlsbad and Poway, have fairly similar rates of re- ported property crime offenses as Pueblo West, but they also all have higher rates of reported violent crime offenses. Carlsbad has a significantly higher rate of reported property crime offenses than Pueblo West, while Poway has a somewhat lower rate. Erie, Johnstown, CO, and Windsor, CO, all have comparably low rates of reported vio- lent crime offenses as Pueblo West, but those communities also have significantly lower rates of reported property crime offenses than Pueblo West. Lafayette, CO, and Arvada, CO, have similar rates of reported property crime offenses as Pueblo West, but also have higher rates of reported violent crime offenses than Pueblo West. Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 20 Part 5 – Proposed Candidate Municipalities for Benchmarking This section recommends which five Colorado municipalities and which three out-of- state municipalities should be the finalist comparable community candidates, from which the benchmark communities for the incorporation feasibility study will be cho- sen. Each of these municipalities’ strengths and weaknesses as a comparison to Pueblo West is briefly discussed. In addition to the data contained in the other sec- tions of this report, some other qualitative observations of these municipalities – par- ticularly regarding urban form, as well as political climate and other details – have in- formed these recommendations. These qualitative observations are also included be- low in the strengths and weaknesses. Out-of-State Municipalities: Rio Rancho, NM • Strengths: Probably the most similar demographic characteristics of any municipal- ity examined; fairly large amount of residential dirt roads; more than a few low den- sity, semi-rural residential areas; similar political climate; somewhat similar density. • Weaknesses: Much larger total population; much larger MSA in terms of popula- tion; higher violent crime rate; majority of new residential development has been occurring in traditional density subdivisions; low density partly attributable to large undeveloped areas. Lake Havasu City, AZ, and/or Fountain Hills, AZ • Strengths: Their unique urban form most closely matches Pueblo West’s planned buildout; some similar demographic characteristics, like language, poverty rate, and unemployment; similar veteran population (Lake Havasu City only); their tourism economies are perhaps what Pueblo West aspires to achieve; somewhat similar po- litical climates. • Weaknesses: Very dissimilar demographic characteristics overall; somewhat larger populations; larger proportion of new residents; much older populations; large pro- portion of vacation homes; higher densities; harsher desert climates; higher violent crime rates; Lake Havasu is a standalone city and Fountain Hills is part of the much larger Phoenix, AZ, MSA. Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 21 Yucca Valley, CA • Strengths: Similar density; fairly large amount of low density, semi-rural, infilling residential areas with dirt roads; few traditional suburban residential subdivisions; similar proportion of veterans; somewhat similar age and race demographics; com- munity connected to Twentynine Palms Marine Corps Base. • Weaknesses: Somewhat dissimilar demographic characteristics overall; harsher de- sert climate; higher crime rates; significantly lower incomes and slightly lower hous- ing costs; significantly larger active duty military community. Colorado Municipalities: Windsor, CO • Strengths: Similar population size; somewhat similar density; growing community which has retained some of its rural roots; similar political climate; similar age, lan- guage, and household demographics; similarly low violent crime rate. • Weaknesses: Traditional town-center and suburban residential subdivision develop- ment; higher incomes and higher housing costs; its relatively low density is partly attributable to annexed undeveloped green-field/agricultural land; lower propor- tion of retirees and of veterans. Fountain, CO • Strengths: Similar population size; similar incomes, unemployment rate, and pov- erty levels; economically and culturally connected to Fort Carson and Colorado Springs; part of the same larger Colorado Springs/Pueblo/Cañon City region; some parts of the community retain a rural feel. • Weaknesses: Higher population density; traditional town-center and suburban resi- dential subdivision development; much larger active duty military community; much higher violent crime rate; enigmatic political climate. Arvada, CO • Strengths: Some of the most categories of “somewhat” or “very comparable” de- mographic characteristics of any Colorado municipality, including age, language, military, race, immigration / place of birth, education, and retirees. • Weaknesses: Much larger population; much higher density; part of the much larger Denver/Boulder, CO, MSA; larger and more diverse economy; somewhat different political climate; higher incomes and housing costs. Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 22 Brighton, CO • Strengths: Similar incomes and poverty level; located somewhat more “in the coun- try” and detached from the Denver metropolitan area; similar commute; somewhat similar population size, military population, and unemployment rate. • Weaknesses: Traditional suburban residential subdivision development; a high pop- ulation density even with large areas of undeveloped green-field/agricultural; high violent and property crime rates; somewhat different political climate; most of the semi-rural large acreage homes on dirt roads are not in incorporated areas. Lafayette, CO • Strengths: Similar population size; similar age and military population de- mographics; somewhat similar household characteristics, commute, and race de- mographics; extensive trail and easement system. • Weaknesses: Higher incomes and housing costs; dissimilar education demographics; fewer retirees and veterans; a lot of older traditional neighborhoods; its compara- tively low density neighborhoods are traditional suburban small-lot homes sur- rounded primarily by manmade greenways; somewhat different political climate; has not retained much of its rural character. Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 23 Part 6 – Detailed ACS Data for Each Candidate Municipality Population and Housing Counts and Density Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 31,162 7 Arvada city, Colorado 115,320 4 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 93,317 18 Commerce City city, Colorado 52,905 5 Hesperia city, California 93,190 22 Brighton city, Colorado 38,016 7 Apple Valley town, California 71,916 Post Falls city, Idaho 30,886 24 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 31,162 15 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 53,463 25 Pueblo West Metro District 30,743*16 Poway city, California 49,874 26 Fountain city, Colorado 28,799 20 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 41,995 27 Lafayette city, Colorado 27,440 21 Prescott city, Arizona 41,468 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 31,162 28 Windsor town, Colorado 23,386 26 Pueblo West Metro District 30,743* Fountain city, Colorado 28,799 29 Erie town, Colorado 22,019 29 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 28,393 37 Johnstown town, Colorado 14,386 34 Washington city, Utah 24,231 47 Castle Pines city, Colorado 10,623 35 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 24,047 67 Milliken town, Colorado 6,362 40 Yucca Valley town, California 21,483 Closest Colorado Municipality: Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Total Population - Metro District Boundaries Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017; Pueblo West Metropolitan District * 158 fewer people estimated in Pueblo West Metro District than in Pueblo West CDP, based on count of structures. Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking (out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Greeley city, Colorado 47.86 6 Pueblo West Metro District 49.10 1 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 103.42 10 Arvada city, Colorado 38.71 2 Apple Valley town, California 74.44 12 Commerce City city, Colorado 35.46 4 Hesperia city, California 73.10 North Little Rock city, Arkansas 51.96 21 Windsor town, Colorado 24.45 8 Pueblo West Metro District 49.10 22 Fountain city, Colorado 22.45 9 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 46.18 24 Brighton city, Colorado 21.29 11 Prescott city, Arizona 44.93 25 Erie town, Colorado 19.29 16 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 40.80 Greeley city, Colorado 47.86 30 Johnstown town, Colorado 13.67 17 Yucca Valley town, California 40.02 Pueblo city, Colorado 53.73 34 Milliken town, Colorado 12.56 18 Poway city, California 39.08 44 Castle Pines city, Colorado 9.59 22 Washington city, Utah 32.31 45 Lafayette city, Colorado 9.42 24 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 29.20 46 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 9.37 29 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 20.28 Closest Colorado Municipality: Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Total Area (Square Miles) - Metro District Boundaries Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017; Pueblo West Metropolitan District Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking (out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 24 Population and Housing Counts and Density Dacono city, Colorado 606 14 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 3,327 28 Poway city, California 1,276 17 Arvada city, Colorado 2,979 29 Hesperia city, California 1,275 18 Lafayette city, Colorado 2,912 31 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 1,186 Brewer city, Maine 602 51 Brighton city, Colorado 1,786 32 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 1,158 69 Commerce City city, Colorado 1,492 34 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 1,029 81 Fountain city, Colorado 1,283 35 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 972 88 Erie town, Colorado 1,141 36 Apple Valley town, California 966 Frederick town, Colorado 806 93 Castle Pines city, Colorado 1,107 37 Prescott city, Arizona 923 Firestone town, Colorado 879 98 Johnstown town, Colorado 1,052 38 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 902 104 Windsor town, Colorado 957 40 Washington city, Utah 750 128 Pueblo West Metro District 626 44 Pueblo West Metro District 626 135 Milliken town, Colorado 506 46 Yucca Valley town, California 537 Closest Colorado Municipality: Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Population Density (People per Square Mile) - Metro District Boundaries Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017; Pueblo West Metropolitan District Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking (out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Lafayette city, Colorado 11,659 7 Arvada city, Colorado 47,305 4 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 36,027 21 Commerce City city, Colorado 15,724 6 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 32,222 22 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 14,906 9 Hesperia city, California 27,833 South Portland city, Maine 11,346 24 Brighton city, Colorado 12,215 11 Apple Valley town, California 26,047 25 Lafayette city, Colorado 11,659 14 Prescott city, Arizona 21,951 26 Pueblo West Metro District 11,593*18 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 19,072 27 Fountain city, Colorado 10,268 20 Poway city, California 16,418 Lafayette city, Colorado 11,659 29 Windsor town, Colorado 8,742 23 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 14,715 Brighton city, Colorado 12,215 35 Erie town, Colorado 7,616 31 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 11,980 44 Johnstown town, Colorado 5,095 32 Pueblo West Metro District 11,593* 59 Castle Pines city, Colorado 3,699 37 Washington city, Utah 10,120 76 Milliken town, Colorado 2,339 39 Yucca Valley town, California 9,896 Closest Colorado Municipality: Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Total Housing Units - Metro District Boundaries Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017; Pueblo West Metropolitan District * 60 fewer housing units estimated in Pueblo West Metro District than in Pueblo West CDP, based on count of structures. Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking (out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Dacono city, Colorado 240 12 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 1,592 17 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 726 20 Lafayette city, Colorado 1,237 20 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 698 22 Arvada city, Colorado 1,222 31 Prescott city, Arizona 489 Yucca Valley town, California 247 83 Brighton city, Colorado 574 32 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 467 102 Fountain city, Colorado 457 34 Poway city, California 420 105 Commerce City city, Colorado 443 35 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 410 111 Erie town, Colorado 395 36 Hesperia city, California 381 Frederick town, Colorado 277 113 Castle Pines city, Colorado 386 38 Apple Valley town, California 350 Firestone town, Colorado 294 116 Johnstown town, Colorado 373 39 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 348 119 Windsor town, Colorado 358 42 Washington city, Utah 313 133 Pueblo West Metro District 236 45 Yucca Valley town, California 247 139 Milliken town, Colorado 186 46 Pueblo West Metro District 236 Closest Colorado Municipality: Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Housing Density (Housing Units per Square Mile) - Metro District Boundaries Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017; Pueblo West Metropolitan District Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking (out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 25 Housing Characteristics Hudson town, Colorado $188,000 12 Castle Pines city, Colorado $549,700 1 Poway city, California $620,500 27 Erie town, Colorado $400,900 2 Fountain Hills town, Arizona $387,800 36 Windsor town, Colorado $348,400 3 Prescott city, Arizona $301,600 Prescott Valley town, Arizona $192,400 39 Lafayette city, Colorado $343,000 7 Washington city, Utah $240,700 44 Arvada city, Colorado $312,500 9 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona $216,800 47 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado $306,900 10 Apple Valley town, California $215,800 55 Johnstown town, Colorado $283,400 13 Hesperia city, California $199,200 Montrose city, Colorado $188,500 64 Commerce City city, Colorado $258,500 17 Prescott Valley town, Arizona $192,400 Greeley city, Colorado $201,700 67 Brighton city, Colorado $240,400 18 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado $188,400 81 Milliken town, Colorado $207,200 21 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico $178,000 83 Fountain city, Colorado $204,900 29 Yucca Valley town, California $160,500 93 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado $188,400 40 Carlsbad city, New Mexico $133,000 Closest Colorado Municipality: Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Median Value of Owner-Occupied Housing Units Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking (out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Dacono city, Colorado $967 3 Castle Pines city, Colorado $1,752 1 Poway city, California $1,487 5 Erie town, Colorado $1,711 3 Fountain Hills town, Arizona $1,184 8 Johnstown town, Colorado $1,646 4 Washington city, Utah $1,141 Tulare city, California $975 18 Milliken town, Colorado $1,423 7 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico $1,118 31 Fountain city, Colorado $1,292 8 Hesperia city, California $1,102 33 Lafayette city, Colorado $1,283 10 Apple Valley town, California $1,006 38 Windsor town, Colorado $1,232 13 Yucca Valley town, California $984 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado $974 43 Arvada city, Colorado $1,208 15 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado $968 Colorado Springs city, Colorado $1,013 53 Commerce City city, Colorado $1,146 18 Prescott Valley town, Arizona $919 54 Brighton city, Colorado $1,145 21 Carlsbad city, New Mexico $908 82 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado $974 23 Prescott city, Arizona $867 83 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado $968 28 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona $859 Closest Colorado Municipality: Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Median Monthly Rent Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking (out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Superior town, Colorado 6.3 1 Castle Pines city, Colorado 9.0+2 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 6.3 7 Erie town, Colorado 7.4 3 Poway city, California 6.1 9 Windsor town, Colorado 7.2 4 Hesperia city, California 6.0 Chubbuck city, Idaho 6.4 12 Johnstown town, Colorado 6.9 9 Apple Valley town, California 5.9 17 Arvada city, Colorado 6.6 9 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 5.9 22 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 6.3 12 Washington city, Utah 5.8 29 Fountain city, Colorado 6.0 21 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 5.6 Superior town, Colorado 6.3 34 Brighton city, Colorado 5.9 22 Prescott city, Arizona 5.5 Louisville city, Colorado 6.4 34 Commerce City city, Colorado 5.9 25 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 5.4 34 Lafayette city, Colorado 5.9 30 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 5.3 34 Milliken town, Colorado 5.9 38 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 5.1 83 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 5.2 38 Yucca Valley town, California 5.1 Closest Colorado Municipality: Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Median Number of Rooms per Housing Unit Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking (out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 26 Housing Characteristics Federal Heights city, Colorado $1,367 4 Castle Pines city, Colorado $2,703 1 Poway city, California $2,762 13 Erie town, Colorado $2,124 3 Fountain Hills town, Arizona $1,822 33 Windsor town, Colorado $1,802 10 Apple Valley town, California $1,455 Portage city, Michigan $1,368 39 Commerce City city, Colorado $1,764 11 Washington city, Utah $1,449 44 Arvada city, Colorado $1,683 13 Prescott city, Arizona $1,443 48 Lafayette city, Colorado $1,646 17 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado $1,369 49 Johnstown town, Colorado $1,639 20 Hesperia city, California $1,354 Federal Heights city, Colorado $1,367 59 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado $1,577 24 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico $1,341 Fountain city, Colorado $1,377 60 Brighton city, Colorado $1,568 29 Yucca Valley town, California $1,289 77 Fountain city, Colorado $1,377 33 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona $1,219 78 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado $1,369 34 Prescott Valley town, Arizona $1,212 80 Milliken town, Colorado $1,347 43 Carlsbad city, New Mexico $1,102 Closest Colorado Municipality: Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Median Selected Monthly Ownership Costs - With Mortgage Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking (out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Eagle town, Colorado $449 7 Castle Pines city, Colorado $767 1 Poway city, California $707 19 Erie town, Colorado $582 13 Fountain Hills town, Arizona $494 37 Windsor town, Colorado $485 15 Apple Valley town, California $478 Christiansburg town, Virginia $442 43 Lafayette city, Colorado $465 22 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado $449 44 Arvada city, Colorado $463 29 Prescott city, Arizona $417 47 Commerce City city, Colorado $456 33 Yucca Valley town, California $394 53 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado $449 36 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico $383 Brighton city, Colorado $445 55 Brighton city, Colorado $445 38 Hesperia city, California $378 Fort Collins city, Colorado $445 58 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado $442 41 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona $362 Denver city, Colorado $453 63 Milliken town, Colorado $434 46 Washington city, Utah $339 74 Johnstown town, Colorado $399 47 Prescott Valley town, Arizona $332 109 Fountain city, Colorado $349 48 Carlsbad city, New Mexico $317 Closest Colorado Municipality: Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 3 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Median Selected Monthly Ownership Costs - Without Mortgage Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking (out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 3.4%7 Erie town, Colorado 2.4%2 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 3.3% 10 Johnstown town, Colorado 2.7%4 Poway city, California 4.0% 12 Arvada city, Colorado 2.8%17 Hesperia city, California 6.3% Post Falls city, Idaho 3.7%14 Brighton city, Colorado 2.9%22 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 7.4% 16 Windsor town, Colorado 3.0%26 Apple Valley town, California 8.2% 19 Commerce City city, Colorado 3.1%32 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 10.6% 21 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 3.3%34 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 10.8% Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 3.4%22 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 3.4%39 Yucca Valley town, California 11.9% Commerce City city, Colorado 3.1%34 Lafayette city, Colorado 3.9%43 Prescott city, Arizona 14.3% 45 Milliken town, Colorado 4.7%46 Washington city, Utah 17.4% 52 Castle Pines city, Colorado 5.8%47 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 20.6% 55 Fountain city, Colorado 6.1%48 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 27.5% Closest Colorado Municipality: Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Housing Vacancy Rate (% of Total Housing Units) Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking (out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 27 Housing Characteristics Monument town, Colorado 80.5%7 Milliken town, Colorado 90.0%1 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 80.6% 8 Johnstown town, Colorado 88.3%2 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 79.0% 9 Castle Pines city, Colorado 87.0%3 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 78.4% Fountain Hills town, Arizona 79.0%10 Erie town, Colorado 86.7%4 Poway city, California 74.4% 13 Windsor town, Colorado 83.4%5 Washington city, Utah 73.7% 17 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 80.6%11 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 68.8% 31 Arvada city, Colorado 73.4%12 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 68.2% Centennial city, Colorado 81.9%35 Lafayette city, Colorado 72.2%16 Prescott city, Arizona 65.8% Windsor town, Colorado 83.4%41 Commerce City city, Colorado 70.1%18 Apple Valley town, California 64.8% 67 Fountain city, Colorado 64.9%19 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 64.3% 71 Brighton city, Colorado 63.0%21 Hesperia city, California 63.0% 114 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 54.1%23 Yucca Valley town, California 62.5% Closest Colorado Municipality: Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Owner-Occupation Rate (% of All Occupied Housing Units) Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking (out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Arvada city, Colorado 73.5%7 Castle Pines city, Colorado 86.5%2 Poway city, California 78.3% 9 Fountain city, Colorado 85.6%3 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 77.3% 11 Milliken town, Colorado 85.1%8 Hesperia city, California 74.7% Chubbuck city, Idaho 73.8%14 Erie town, Colorado 84.3%10 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 73.4% 16 Commerce City city, Colorado 82.3%12 Apple Valley town, California 72.0% 22 Johnstown town, Colorado 80.7%28 Yucca Valley town, California 65.8% 23 Windsor town, Colorado 80.6%30 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 65.1% Arvada city, Colorado 73.5%30 Brighton city, Colorado 79.3%32 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 64.6% Englewood city, Colorado 73.3%39 Lafayette city, Colorado 76.8%37 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 61.9% 58 Arvada city, Colorado 73.5%42 Washington city, Utah 59.5% 59 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 73.4%45 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 54.8% 95 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 65.1%46 Prescott city, Arizona 52.2% Closest Colorado Municipality: Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: % of Owner-Occupied Housing Units With a Mortgage Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking (out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Ordway town, Colorado 7.2%55 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 6.8%1 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 14.4% 56 Lafayette city, Colorado 6.2%4 Washington city, Utah 13.4% 78 Fountain city, Colorado 4.1%6 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 9.8% Christiansburg town, Virginia 6.7%82 Brighton city, Colorado 3.5%7 Yucca Valley town, California 9.7% 90 Commerce City city, Colorado 2.9%10 Prescott city, Arizona 8.0% 118 Erie town, Colorado 0.6%13 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 6.8% 120 Johnstown town, Colorado 0.5%17 Apple Valley town, California 5.1% Lafayette city, Colorado 6.2%125 Windsor town, Colorado 0.4%20 Poway city, California 4.2% Thornton city, Colorado 6.0%125 Castle Pines city, Colorado 0.4%21 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 3.8% 132 Arvada city, Colorado 0.1%23 Hesperia city, California 3.7% 132 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 0.1%34 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 2.4% 135 Milliken town, Colorado 0.0%47 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 0.2% Closest Colorado Municipality: Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Mobile Homes (% of Total Housing Units) Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking (out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 28 Household Characteristics Lafayette city, Colorado 11,210 6 Arvada city, Colorado 45,967 4 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 33,372 20 Commerce City city, Colorado 15,240 7 Hesperia city, California 26,066 22 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 14,398 11 Apple Valley town, California 23,911 Superior city, Wisconsin 11,583 24 Brighton city, Colorado 11,865 12 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 23,345 25 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 11,266 16 Prescott city, Arizona 18,808 26 Lafayette city, Colorado 11,210 18 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 17,011 27 Fountain city, Colorado 9,643 20 Poway city, California 15,769 Lafayette city, Colorado 11,210 28 Windsor town, Colorado 8,482 28 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 11,677 Brighton city, Colorado 11,865 31 Erie town, Colorado 7,436 30 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 11,266 40 Johnstown town, Colorado 4,955 31 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 10,708 53 Castle Pines city, Colorado 3,483 38 Yucca Valley town, California 8,721 70 Milliken town, Colorado 2,229 41 Washington city, Utah 8,358 Closest Colorado Municipality: Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Total Households Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking (out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Parachute town, Colorado 2.72 1 Commerce City city, Colorado 3.45 2 Hesperia city, California 3.57 15 Brighton city, Colorado 3.06 4 Poway city, California 3.12 16 Castle Pines city, Colorado 3.05 5 Apple Valley town, California 2.99 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 2.78 23 Fountain city, Colorado 2.99 8 Washington city, Utah 2.90 28 Erie town, Colorado 2.96 11 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 2.78 36 Johnstown town, Colorado 2.90 12 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 2.73 41 Milliken town, Colorado 2.85 18 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 2.60 Windsor town, Colorado 2.75 50 Windsor town, Colorado 2.75 29 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 2.45 Centennial city, Colorado 2.70 52 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 2.73 32 Yucca Valley town, California 2.44 Greeley city, Colorado 2.70 74 Arvada city, Colorado 2.50 41 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 2.28 85 Lafayette city, Colorado 2.45 47 Prescott city, Arizona 2.08 133 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 2.12 48 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 2.05 Closest Colorado Municipality: Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 3 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Average Household Size Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking (out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Milliken town, Colorado 3.13 4 Commerce City city, Colorado 3.86 2 Hesperia city, California 3.91 14 Brighton city, Colorado 3.57 5 Poway city, California 3.44 31 Fountain city, Colorado 3.34 8 Apple Valley town, California 3.42 Yucca Valley town, California 3.13 34 Castle Pines city, Colorado 3.30 12 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 3.29 39 Erie town, Colorado 3.27 14 Washington city, Utah 3.25 48 Johnstown town, Colorado 3.22 20 Yucca Valley town, California 3.13 61 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 3.13 20 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 3.13 Superior town, Colorado 3.14 61 Milliken town, Colorado 3.13 32 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 3.05 Windsor town, Colorado 3.12 65 Windsor town, Colorado 3.12 38 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 2.93 79 Lafayette city, Colorado 3.04 46 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 2.72 84 Arvada city, Colorado 3.02 47 Prescott city, Arizona 2.62 130 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 2.76 48 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 2.56 Closest Colorado Municipality: Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Average Family Size Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking (out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 29 Household Characteristics Fort Lupton city, Colorado 76.1%5 Castle Pines city, Colorado 86.0%2 Hesperia city, California 81.3% 9 Milliken town, Colorado 82.5%3 Poway city, California 80.5% 11 Johnstown town, Colorado 82.3%4 Washington city, Utah 79.1% Apple Valley town, California 75.9%15 Erie town, Colorado 81.1%6 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 76.1% 17 Fountain city, Colorado 80.3%7 Apple Valley town, California 75.9% 18 Commerce City city, Colorado 80.1%10 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 71.1% 21 Windsor town, Colorado 78.9%17 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 67.4% Centennial city, Colorado 75.4%29 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 76.1%19 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 66.5% Superior town, Colorado 77.7%37 Brighton city, Colorado 73.7%22 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 64.5% 58 Arvada city, Colorado 66.6%29 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 63.4% 73 Lafayette city, Colorado 64.7%34 Yucca Valley town, California 58.9% 121 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 53.0%36 Prescott city, Arizona 58.7% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Family Households as a Percent of Total Households Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Centennial city, Colorado 35.2%3 Commerce City city, Colorado 53.8%3 Hesperia city, California 47.2% 4 Fountain city, Colorado 53.1%6 Poway city, California 41.0% 5 Castle Pines city, Colorado 52.8%7 Washington city, Utah 39.4% Carlsbad city, New Mexico 34.8%11 Erie town, Colorado 48.7%12 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 36.7% 37 Milliken town, Colorado 41.9%13 Apple Valley town, California 36.6% 38 Brighton city, Colorado 41.8%16 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 34.9% 39 Windsor town, Colorado 41.5%17 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 34.8% Centennial city, Colorado 35.2%41 Johnstown town, Colorado 39.8%35 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 29.2% Louisville city, Colorado 34.1%57 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 34.9%36 Yucca Valley town, California 29.1% 84 Lafayette city, Colorado 30.7%44 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 20.1% 87 Arvada city, Colorado 30.1%47 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 16.5% 134 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 21.1%48 Prescott city, Arizona 14.2% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Percent of Total Households with One or More People Under 18 Years Old Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Fruita city, Colorado 27.6%34 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 30.3%1 Prescott city, Arizona 52.0% 42 Arvada city, Colorado 28.8%2 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 48.7% 47 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 27.9%3 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 47.9% Sparks city, Nevada 27.9%68 Windsor town, Colorado 24.5%4 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 39.3% 70 Johnstown town, Colorado 24.4%5 Apple Valley town, California 35.9% 79 Brighton city, Colorado 23.2%6 Yucca Valley town, California 35.0% 82 Castle Pines city, Colorado 23.0%7 Washington city, Utah 34.7% Fruita city, Colorado 27.6%96 Lafayette city, Colorado 20.5%10 Poway city, California 29.7% Littleton city, Colorado 28.3%118 Erie town, Colorado 18.0%13 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 27.9% 123 Milliken town, Colorado 17.5%20 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 26.7% 126 Commerce City city, Colorado 16.4%23 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 26.3% 145 Fountain city, Colorado 10.9%33 Hesperia city, California 24.1% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Percent of Total Households with One or More People 65+ Years Old Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 30 Vacation Homes and Vacancy Characteristics Del Norte town, Colorado 68 28 Arvada city, Colorado 223 1 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 7,026 2 others 66 39 Windsor town, Colorado 136 2 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 2,343 56 Castle Pines city, Colorado 69 3 Prescott city, Arizona 1,852 Cedar Falls city, Iowa 64 58 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 67 4 Washington city, Utah 1,212 59 Brighton city, Colorado 66 5 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 748 71 Erie town, Colorado 43 6 Yucca Valley town, California 629 87 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 25 8 Hesperia city, California 492 Brighton city, Colorado 66 97 Lafayette city, Colorado 16 10 Apple Valley town, California 394 Castle Pines city, Colorado 69 103 Commerce City city, Colorado 12 13 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 243 115 Fountain city, Colorado 0 17 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 204 115 Johnstown town, Colorado 0 30 Poway city, California 94 115 Milliken town, Colorado 0 32 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 67 Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Total Vacant Housing Units for Seasonal, Recreational, or Occasional Use Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Erie town, Colorado 0.6%56 Castle Pines city, Colorado 1.9%1 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 21.8% 65 Windsor town, Colorado 1.6%2 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 15.9% 89 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 0.6%3 Washington city, Utah 12.0% Poway city, California 0.6%90 Erie town, Colorado 0.6%4 Prescott city, Arizona 8.4% 92 Brighton city, Colorado 0.5%5 Yucca Valley town, California 6.4% 97 Arvada city, Colorado 0.5%6 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 3.9% 110 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 0.2%10 Hesperia city, California 1.8% Erie town, Colorado 0.6%111 Lafayette city, Colorado 0.1%11 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 1.7% Fort Collins city, Colorado 0.6%113 Commerce City city, Colorado 0.1%15 Apple Valley town, California 1.5% 115 Fountain city, Colorado 0.0%29 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 0.7% 115 Johnstown town, Colorado 0.0%31 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 0.6% 115 Milliken town, Colorado 0.0%32 Poway city, California 0.6% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Percent of Total Housing Units which are Vacant and for Seasonal, Recreational, or Occasional Use Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Arvada city, Colorado 0.5%48 Milliken town, Colorado 2.5%10 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 3.2% 62 Lafayette city, Colorado 2.0%18 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 2.4% 93 Brighton city, Colorado 1.1%23 Apple Valley town, California 2.1% Imperial city, California 0.4%96 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 1.1%24 Prescott city, Arizona 1.9% 107 Commerce City city, Colorado 0.6%31 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 1.5% 109 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 0.5%35 Yucca Valley town, California 1.3% 110 Arvada city, Colorado 0.5%37 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 1.3% Arvada city, Colorado 0.5%111 Fountain city, Colorado 0.5%38 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 1.2% Fountain city, Colorado 0.5%113 Windsor town, Colorado 0.4%42 Hesperia city, California 0.7% 116 Erie town, Colorado 0.2%43 Poway city, California 0.7% 117 Castle Pines city, Colorado 0.0%44 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 0.5% 117 Johnstown town, Colorado 0.0%48 Washington city, Utah 0.0% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Percent of Total Housing Units which are Vacant and for Rent Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 31 Vacation Homes and Vacancy Characteristics Pueblo city, Colorado 1.0%25 Castle Pines city, Colorado 2.0%1 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 2.3% 55 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 1.0%4 Washington city, Utah 1.7% 58 Johnstown town, Colorado 0.9%7 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 1.6% Post Falls city, Idaho 1.0%89 Lafayette city, Colorado 0.4%11 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 1.3% 92 Arvada city, Colorado 0.4%15 Yucca Valley town, California 1.2% 99 Erie town, Colorado 0.3%17 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 1.0% 100 Commerce City city, Colorado 0.3%20 Apple Valley town, California 1.0% Pueblo city, Colorado 1.0%105 Brighton city, Colorado 0.2%21 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 0.9% Johnstown town, Colorado 0.9%108 Fountain city, Colorado 0.0%26 Hesperia city, California 0.7% 108 Milliken town, Colorado 0.0%30 Prescott city, Arizona 0.7% 108 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 0.0%42 Poway city, California 0.3% 108 Windsor town, Colorado 0.0%45 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 0.1% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Percent of Total Housing Units which are Vacant and for Sale Only Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 32 Age Leadville city, Colorado 39.3 6 Fountain city, Colorado 29.6 8 Hesperia city, California 30.4 14 Commerce City city, Colorado 30.7 16 Washington city, Utah 34.1 29 Milliken town, Colorado 32.7 23 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 35.8 Auburn city, Maine 39.0 30 Brighton city, Colorado 32.8 28 Apple Valley town, California 37.2 43 Johnstown town, Colorado 34.0 36 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 38.1 76 Erie town, Colorado 37.1 39 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 39.3 94 Lafayette city, Colorado 38.8 40 Poway city, California 40.0 Windsor town, Colorado 39.1 95 Windsor town, Colorado 39.1 44 Yucca Valley town, California 42.4 Lafayette city, Colorado 38.8 97 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 39.3 45 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 44.4 101 Arvada city, Colorado 40.1 46 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 53.1 112 Castle Pines city, Colorado 41.8 47 Prescott city, Arizona 56.6 118 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 42.4 48 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 57.5 Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Median Age (Years) Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Holyoke city, Colorado 25.1%2 Commerce City city, Colorado 34.0%4 Hesperia city, California 31.2% 5 Fountain city, Colorado 32.5%5 Washington city, Utah 30.1% 12 Castle Pines city, Colorado 31.0%12 Apple Valley town, California 26.4% Bossier City city, Louisiana 25.1%27 Erie town, Colorado 29.9%14 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 25.3% 35 Windsor town, Colorado 28.8%17 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 25.1% 43 Brighton city, Colorado 27.4%19 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 25.0% 44 Johnstown town, Colorado 27.2%21 Poway city, California 24.7% Northglenn city, Colorado 25.3%47 Milliken town, Colorado 26.9%32 Yucca Valley town, California 22.9% Longmont city, Colorado 24.8%63 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 25.1%33 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 22.8% 79 Lafayette city, Colorado 23.1%44 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 15.8% 93 Arvada city, Colorado 21.7%45 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 13.1% 129 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 17.0%46 Prescott city, Arizona 12.5% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Under 18 Years Old as Percent of Total Population Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Severance town, Colorado 16.9%21 Fountain city, Colorado 27.1%22 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 21.3% 23 Milliken town, Colorado 27.0%25 Hesperia city, California 21.1% 48 Brighton city, Colorado 22.6%30 Washington city, Utah 20.0% Yucca Valley town, California 16.8%51 Johnstown town, Colorado 22.2%36 Apple Valley town, California 19.1% 52 Commerce City city, Colorado 22.0%39 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 18.7% 60 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 21.6%42 Poway city, California 16.9% 74 Lafayette city, Colorado 19.9%43 Yucca Valley town, California 16.8% Fruita city, Colorado 16.5%88 Arvada city, Colorado 18.8%43 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 16.8% Centennial city, Colorado 16.3%111 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 16.8%45 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 15.9% 128 Erie town, Colorado 14.3%46 Prescott city, Arizona 14.4% 136 Windsor town, Colorado 13.1%47 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 13.9% 142 Castle Pines city, Colorado 9.4%48 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 5.8% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 20 to 34 Years Old as Percent of Total Population Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 33 Age Meeker town, Colorado 15.3%19 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 19.8%1 Prescott city, Arizona 35.5% 48 Arvada city, Colorado 16.1%2 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 34.7% 58 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 15.0%3 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 31.5% Opelika city, Alabama 14.8%65 Windsor town, Colorado 13.8%4 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 23.1% 80 Johnstown town, Colorado 12.4%5 Yucca Valley town, California 19.3% 84 Castle Pines city, Colorado 12.0%7 Washington city, Utah 17.8% 90 Lafayette city, Colorado 11.4%8 Apple Valley town, California 17.2% Greenwood Village city, Colorado 15.4%104 Brighton city, Colorado 10.0%20 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 15.0% Centennial city, Colorado 14.6%117 Erie town, Colorado 8.6%21 Poway city, California 14.8% 117 Milliken town, Colorado 8.6%28 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 13.8% 135 Commerce City city, Colorado 6.8%30 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 13.5% 143 Fountain city, Colorado 5.1%42 Hesperia city, California 9.4% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 65+ Years Old as Percent of Total Population Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Denver city, Colorado 4.7%14 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 10.3%1 Prescott city, Arizona 16.1% 45 Arvada city, Colorado 6.9%2 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 13.6% 77 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 4.8%3 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 12.8% Bryan city, Texas 4.6%88 Lafayette city, Colorado 4.1%5 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 9.2% 88 Windsor town, Colorado 4.1%8 Yucca Valley town, California 8.3% 88 Castle Pines city, Colorado 4.1%10 Washington city, Utah 7.3% 103 Brighton city, Colorado 3.3%13 Apple Valley town, California 7.2% Denver city, Colorado 4.7%103 Johnstown town, Colorado 3.3%27 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 6.0% Broomfield city, Colorado 4.9%112 Erie town, Colorado 2.9%30 Poway city, California 5.7% Golden city, Colorado 4.9%121 Commerce City city, Colorado 2.4%32 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 5.3% 125 Fountain city, Colorado 2.2%37 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 4.8% 127 Milliken town, Colorado 2.1%45 Hesperia city, California 3.3% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 3 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 75+ Years Old as Percent of Total Population Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 34 Race Palmer Lake town, Colorado 87.8%42 Windsor town, Colorado 93.6%2 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 95.6% 56 Johnstown town, Colorado 92.1%5 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 94.4% 61 Arvada city, Colorado 91.8%7 Prescott city, Arizona 93.0% Springfield city, Oregon 87.5%67 Erie town, Colorado 91.2%8 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 92.4% 70 Castle Pines city, Colorado 91.0%12 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 91.7% 88 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 89.0%18 Washington city, Utah 89.7% 97 Milliken town, Colorado 88.3%21 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 87.8% Boulder city, Colorado 87.9%98 Lafayette city, Colorado 88.2%25 Hesperia city, California 82.5% Durango city, Colorado 87.6%100 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 87.8%28 Apple Valley town, California 80.3% 105 Brighton city, Colorado 87.2%29 Yucca Valley town, California 80.0% 131 Commerce City city, Colorado 83.0%30 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 79.9% 143 Fountain city, Colorado 73.5%33 Poway city, California 76.1% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 White, as Percent of Total Population Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Lakewood city, Colorado 23.0%18 Commerce City city, Colorado 46.4%3 Hesperia city, California 56.6% 27 Brighton city, Colorado 38.4%4 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 47.2% 58 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 22.2%6 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 40.7% Prescott Valley town, Arizona 20.2%62 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 20.9%9 Apple Valley town, California 35.1% 64 Milliken town, Colorado 20.6%13 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 22.2% 65 Fountain city, Colorado 20.5%14 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 20.2% 80 Johnstown town, Colorado 16.2%15 Yucca Valley town, California 18.8% Lakewood city, Colorado 23.0%85 Lafayette city, Colorado 15.4%16 Poway city, California 18.5% Westminster city, Colorado 22.0%90 Arvada city, Colorado 14.5%18 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 15.1% 111 Erie town, Colorado 10.0%26 Washington city, Utah 8.6% 124 Windsor town, Colorado 7.1%27 Prescott city, Arizona 7.9% 128 Castle Pines city, Colorado 6.7%34 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 4.6% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Hispanic or Latino, of Any Race, as Percent of Total Population Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Sterling city, Colorado 73.1%22 Windsor town, Colorado 87.4%4 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 92.0% 27 Castle Pines city, Colorado 86.3%11 Washington city, Utah 87.5% 43 Erie town, Colorado 82.3%13 Prescott city, Arizona 87.3% Prattville city, Alabama 73.2%57 Arvada city, Colorado 80.4%18 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 81.8% 60 Johnstown town, Colorado 80.0%22 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 75.9% 70 Milliken town, Colorado 77.6%24 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 73.2% 79 Lafayette city, Colorado 76.1%27 Yucca Valley town, California 67.4% Sterling city, Colorado 73.1%82 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 74.5%29 Poway city, California 63.7% Montrose city, Colorado 73.0%84 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 73.2%37 Apple Valley town, California 51.4% 119 Fountain city, Colorado 57.8%38 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 50.3% 123 Brighton city, Colorado 54.3%41 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 48.8% 135 Commerce City city, Colorado 44.6%46 Hesperia city, California 34.8% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 White, Not Hispanic, as Percent of Total Population Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 35 Race Longmont city, Colorado 0.9%3 Fountain city, Colorado 9.0%13 Apple Valley town, California 7.9% 13 Commerce City city, Colorado 4.1%15 Yucca Valley town, California 6.3% 39 Brighton city, Colorado 1.6%19 Hesperia city, California 4.9% South Portland city, Maine 0.9%57 Arvada city, Colorado 1.0%27 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 2.7% 64 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 0.9%31 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 2.1% 66 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 0.8%35 Poway city, California 1.2% 78 Johnstown town, Colorado 0.6%37 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 0.9% Longmont city, Colorado 0.9%78 Lafayette city, Colorado 0.6%40 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 0.7% Arvada city, Colorado 1.0%78 Windsor town, Colorado 0.6%41 Prescott city, Arizona 0.6% Superior town, Colorado 1.0%78 Castle Pines city, Colorado 0.6%41 Washington city, Utah 0.6% 87 Erie town, Colorado 0.5%44 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 0.5% 111 Milliken town, Colorado 0.1%46 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 0.4% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 3 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Black or African American, as Percent of Total Population Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) 3 municipalities 0.7%9 Erie town, Colorado 5.3%3 Poway city, California 13.1% 14 Lafayette city, Colorado 4.3%11 Apple Valley town, California 3.4% 15 Castle Pines city, Colorado 4.2%15 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 2.4% Washington city, Utah 0.7%16 Fountain city, Colorado 3.9%23 Hesperia city, California 1.7% 30 Brighton city, Colorado 2.6%24 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 1.6% 36 Arvada city, Colorado 2.0%27 Prescott city, Arizona 1.4% 36 Commerce City city, Colorado 2.0%27 Yucca Valley town, California 1.4% Montrose city, Colorado 0.7%41 Windsor town, Colorado 1.8%33 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 1.3% Pueblo city, Colorado 0.8%45 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 1.7%37 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 1.1% 56 Johnstown town, Colorado 1.3%40 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 0.7% 80 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 0.7%40 Washington city, Utah 0.7% 109 Milliken town, Colorado 0.0%44 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 0.3% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Asian, as Percent of Total Population Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Bennett town, Colorado 2.0%16 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 2.0%2 Yucca Valley town, California 2.9% 36 Arvada city, Colorado 1.0%4 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 2.2% 36 Commerce City city, Colorado 1.0%5 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 2.0% Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 2.2%36 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 1.0%6 Washington city, Utah 1.8% 43 Fountain city, Colorado 0.9%12 Hesperia city, California 1.5% 43 Milliken town, Colorado 0.9%14 Prescott city, Arizona 1.1% 51 Brighton city, Colorado 0.8%15 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 1.0% Fruita city, Colorado 2.4%83 Windsor town, Colorado 0.4%17 Poway city, California 0.9% Montrose city, Colorado 1.3%92 Johnstown town, Colorado 0.3%21 Apple Valley town, California 0.7% 100 Lafayette city, Colorado 0.2%23 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 0.6% 113 Castle Pines city, Colorado 0.1%25 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 0.5% 119 Erie town, Colorado 0.0%31 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 0.3% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 American Indian and Alaska Native, as Percent of Total Population Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 36 Race 105 municipalities 0.0%2 Fountain city, Colorado 3.0%2 Washington city, Utah 0.4% 11 Brighton city, Colorado 0.4%8 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 0.2% 15 Commerce City city, Colorado 0.3%14 Prescott city, Arizona 0.1% 25 municipalities 0.0%24 Lafayette city, Colorado 0.1%14 Hesperia city, California 0.1% 43 Arvada city, Colorado 0.0%14 Yucca Valley town, California 0.1% 43 Castle Pines city, Colorado 0.0%24 Apple Valley town, California 0.0% 43 Erie town, Colorado 0.0%24 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 0.0% 22 municipalities 0.0%43 Johnstown town, Colorado 0.0%24 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 0.0% 43 Milliken town, Colorado 0.0%24 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 0.0% 43 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 0.0%24 Poway city, California 0.0% 43 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 0.0%24 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 0.0% 43 Windsor town, Colorado 0.0%24 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 0.0% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander, as Percent of Total Population Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Ordway town, Colorado 4.8%10 Milliken town, Colorado 8.8%7 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 8.2% 24 Commerce City city, Colorado 5.9%9 Hesperia city, California 6.3% 41 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 4.7%11 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 4.7% Van Buren city, Arkansas 4.9%52 Brighton city, Colorado 3.8%12 Yucca Valley town, California 4.3% 62 Lafayette city, Colorado 3.0%13 Washington city, Utah 3.8% 64 Johnstown town, Colorado 2.9%15 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 3.5% 64 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 2.9%15 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 3.5% Longmont city, Colorado 5.1%80 Fountain city, Colorado 1.9%17 Poway city, California 3.4% Lone Tree city, Colorado 4.1%88 Arvada city, Colorado 1.7%18 Apple Valley town, California 3.0% 105 Castle Pines city, Colorado 1.0%22 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 1.9% 110 Windsor town, Colorado 0.8%27 Prescott city, Arizona 1.4% 118 Erie town, Colorado 0.5%44 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 0.2% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Some Other Race, as Percent of Total Population Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Hayden town, Colorado 3.9%6 Fountain city, Colorado 7.8%6 Poway city, California 5.2% 18 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 4.6%6 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 5.2% 27 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 3.9%8 Yucca Valley town, California 5.0% Van Buren city, Arkansas 3.9%35 Commerce City city, Colorado 3.7%9 Apple Valley town, California 4.7% 35 Lafayette city, Colorado 3.7%14 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 3.9% 37 Brighton city, Colorado 3.6%25 Washington city, Utah 3.1% 55 Castle Pines city, Colorado 3.1%28 Hesperia city, California 2.9% Frederick town, Colorado 3.9%70 Windsor town, Colorado 2.8%33 Prescott city, Arizona 2.5% Englewood city, Colorado 3.8%76 Johnstown town, Colorado 2.6%39 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 1.8% Golden city, Colorado 3.8%79 Erie town, Colorado 2.5%41 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 1.6% Parker town, Colorado 3.8%86 Arvada city, Colorado 2.3%43 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 1.2% 94 Milliken town, Colorado 2.0%47 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 0.9% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 4 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Two or More Races, as Percent of Total Population Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 37 Income and Earnings Telluride town, Colorado $65,313 2 Castle Pines city, Colorado $157,550 1 Poway city, California $102,338 9 Erie town, Colorado $113,304 3 Fountain Hills town, Arizona $76,729 20 Windsor town, Colorado $90,699 5 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado $65,090 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico $63,180 25 Johnstown town, Colorado $85,339 6 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico $63,180 27 Milliken town, Colorado $77,840 7 Carlsbad city, New Mexico $62,932 29 Lafayette city, Colorado $76,059 19 Washington city, Utah $56,697 30 Arvada city, Colorado $75,640 25 Apple Valley town, California $50,907 Northglenn city, Colorado $64,237 39 Commerce City city, Colorado $69,268 26 Prescott city, Arizona $50,812 Boulder city, Colorado $64,183 44 Brighton city, Colorado $67,024 30 Hesperia city, California $49,726 49 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado $65,090 34 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona $47,424 61 Fountain city, Colorado $61,534 36 Prescott Valley town, Arizona $45,684 90 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado $52,747 38 Yucca Valley town, California $44,428 Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Median Household Income Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Bennett town, Colorado $75,400 4 Castle Pines city, Colorado $185,282 1 Poway city, California $129,944 9 Erie town, Colorado $125,231 2 Fountain Hills town, Arizona $111,710 20 Windsor town, Colorado $110,341 10 Washington city, Utah $79,500 Prattville city, Alabama $75,792 24 Johnstown town, Colorado $101,971 14 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado $75,620 25 Lafayette city, Colorado $101,720 15 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico $74,947 33 Arvada city, Colorado $94,216 19 Apple Valley town, California $72,052 50 Brighton city, Colorado $83,682 21 Carlsbad city, New Mexico $70,845 Loveland city, Colorado $74,761 52 Milliken town, Colorado $80,850 23 Prescott city, Arizona $67,826 Colorado Springs city, Colorado $77,814 55 Commerce City city, Colorado $80,455 29 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona $63,026 66 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado $75,620 33 Hesperia city, California $61,780 72 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado $72,438 41 Yucca Valley town, California $57,669 80 Fountain city, Colorado $70,551 45 Prescott Valley town, Arizona $54,474 Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Mean Household Income Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Paonia town, Colorado $28,268 6 Castle Pines city, Colorado $61,798 1 Fountain Hills town, Arizona $54,936 17 Erie town, Colorado $42,831 2 Poway city, California $42,462 19 Lafayette city, Colorado $41,978 9 Prescott city, Arizona $31,649 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona $28,175 23 Windsor town, Colorado $40,308 16 Washington city, Utah $28,465 28 Arvada city, Colorado $38,185 17 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona $28,175 40 Johnstown town, Colorado $35,691 18 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado $28,093 47 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado $34,209 20 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico $27,769 Grand Junction city, Colorado $27,475 69 Brighton city, Colorado $29,263 21 Carlsbad city, New Mexico $27,625 Northglenn city, Colorado $27,263 72 Milliken town, Colorado $28,702 31 Apple Valley town, California $24,631 77 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado $28,093 35 Yucca Valley town, California $23,966 101 Commerce City city, Colorado $24,076 39 Prescott Valley town, Arizona $22,626 102 Fountain city, Colorado $24,072 48 Hesperia city, California $17,944 Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Per Capita Income Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 38 Income and Earnings Rifle city, Colorado $35,115 2 Castle Pines city, Colorado $74,076 1 Fountain Hills town, Arizona $42,765 7 Erie town, Colorado $52,153 2 Poway city, California $41,983 13 Windsor town, Colorado $47,863 7 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado $35,131 Coralville city, Iowa $35,111 24 Johnstown town, Colorado $42,069 11 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico $34,645 29 Arvada city, Colorado $40,806 13 Carlsbad city, New Mexico $33,551 33 Lafayette city, Colorado $39,720 19 Yucca Valley town, California $31,805 37 Fountain city, Colorado $36,775 24 Apple Valley town, California $29,735 Brighton city, Colorado $35,387 39 Milliken town, Colorado $36,452 32 Hesperia city, California $27,211 Lakewood city, Colorado $35,421 42 Commerce City city, Colorado $36,128 33 Washington city, Utah $27,191 47 Brighton city, Colorado $35,387 37 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona $26,701 49 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado $35,131 38 Prescott Valley town, Arizona $26,496 63 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado $33,974 44 Prescott city, Arizona $23,541 Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Median Earnings for Workers Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 39 Women Erie town, Colorado 50.7%12 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 52.5%1 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 53.9% 32 Arvada city, Colorado 51.5%5 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 52.7% 41 Fountain city, Colorado 51.2%11 Yucca Valley town, California 52.0% Texarkana city, Arkansas 50.8%44 Lafayette city, Colorado 51.1%13 Apple Valley town, California 51.8% 53 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 50.7%13 Washington city, Utah 51.8% 53 Erie town, Colorado 50.7%20 Poway city, California 51.4% 60 Windsor town, Colorado 50.4%22 Prescott city, Arizona 51.3% Erie town, Colorado 50.7%69 Commerce City city, Colorado 50.1%22 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 51.3% Greeley city, Colorado 50.8%84 Milliken town, Colorado 49.6%24 Hesperia city, California 51.2% Pueblo city, Colorado 50.8%98 Castle Pines city, Colorado 49.3%32 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 50.7% Westminster city, Colorado 50.8%108 Brighton city, Colorado 48.4%34 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 50.4% 120 Johnstown town, Colorado 47.4%46 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 49.0% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 4 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Females as Percent of Total Population Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Cripple Creek city, Colorado 58.0%17 Milliken town, Colorado 72.7%24 Poway city, California 58.9% 25 Erie town, Colorado 69.5%26 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 58.3% 31 Lafayette city, Colorado 68.3%28 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 58.2% Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 58.3%33 Johnstown town, Colorado 68.2%29 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 58.1% 53 Arvada city, Colorado 65.2%39 Hesperia city, California 49.9% 64 Commerce City city, Colorado 64.1%40 Yucca Valley town, California 49.7% 67 Windsor town, Colorado 63.6%42 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 49.1% Fountain city, Colorado 58.5%77 Brighton city, Colorado 61.5%43 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 48.1% Loveland city, Colorado 59.0%80 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 61.1%45 Washington city, Utah 47.6% 81 Castle Pines city, Colorado 61.0%46 Apple Valley town, California 46.2% 94 Fountain city, Colorado 58.5%47 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 44.3% 95 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 58.2%48 Prescott city, Arizona 41.6% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Percent of Females, 16 and older, in the Labor Force Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Louisville city, Colorado 69.8%31 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 90.9%4 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 89.7% 34 Commerce City city, Colorado 90.0%5 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 89.2% 76 Milliken town, Colorado 78.4%8 Prescott city, Arizona 86.7% Millville city, New Jersey 70.5%79 Arvada city, Colorado 77.6%23 Yucca Valley town, California 80.8% 80 Fountain city, Colorado 77.4%27 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 78.2% 88 Erie town, Colorado 75.1%31 Hesperia city, California 76.2% 100 Lafayette city, Colorado 73.7%37 Apple Valley town, California 70.9% Louisville city, Colorado 69.8%102 Windsor town, Colorado 73.1%38 Poway city, California 70.9% Superior town, Colorado 69.6%105 Brighton city, Colorado 72.8%40 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 70.1% 108 Johnstown town, Colorado 71.8%45 Washington city, Utah 64.6% 115 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 70.1%47 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 59.4% 124 Castle Pines city, Colorado 68.4%48 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 58.0% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Women's-to-Men's Earnings Ratio Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 40 Women Firestone town, Colorado 192 10 Arvada city, Colorado 1,378 3 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 1,383 13 Commerce City city, Colorado 1,080 8 Hesperia city, California 1,113 19 Brighton city, Colorado 621 11 Apple Valley town, California 870 Christiansburg town, Virginia 196 22 Fountain city, Colorado 471 13 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 796 25 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 399 20 Poway city, California 512 28 Windsor town, Colorado 346 21 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 487 30 Erie town, Colorado 320 23 Washington city, Utah 476 Firestone town, Colorado 192 33 Lafayette city, Colorado 278 38 Yucca Valley town, California 259 Cañon City city, Colorado 209 39 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 192 39 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 232 42 Milliken town, Colorado 180 41 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 192 47 Johnstown town, Colorado 151 43 Prescott city, Arizona 158 100 Castle Pines city, Colorado 28 47 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 102 Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Number of Women, 15 to 50 Years Old, Who Had a Birth in the Past 12 Months Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Leadville city, Colorado 27 10 Milliken town, Colorado 104 1 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 129 Limon town, Colorado 27 27 Commerce City city, Colorado 79 3 Washington city, Utah 88 36 Windsor town, Colorado 67 18 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 62 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 27 42 Brighton city, Colorado 65 23 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 57 49 Fountain city, Colorado 61 24 Yucca Valley town, California 55 51 Erie town, Colorado 60 25 Apple Valley town, California 53 61 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 55 33 Hesperia city, California 48 Golden city, Colorado 23 68 Arvada city, Colorado 52 35 Poway city, California 46 Boulder city, Colorado 21 82 Johnstown town, Colorado 46 42 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 27 91 Lafayette city, Colorado 41 42 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 27 115 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 27 44 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 26 129 Castle Pines city, Colorado 11 46 Prescott city, Arizona 23 Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Births in Past 12 Months per 1,000 Women, 15 to 50 Years Old Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 41 LGBTQ 8 municipalities 0.2%17 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 0.7%1 Yucca Valley town, California 1.1% 33 Arvada city, Colorado 0.4%4 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 0.8% 34 Erie town, Colorado 0.4%14 Prescott city, Arizona 0.4% 9 municipalities 0.2%43 Lafayette city, Colorado 0.4%16 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 0.4% 45 Windsor town, Colorado 0.4%19 Apple Valley town, California 0.3% 49 Castle Pines city, Colorado 0.3%25 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 0.3% 52 Commerce City city, Colorado 0.3%26 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 0.3% 6 municipalities 0.2%61 Fountain city, Colorado 0.2%29 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 0.2% 64 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 0.2%30 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 0.2% 65 Brighton city, Colorado 0.2%32 Poway city, California 0.2% 71 Johnstown town, Colorado 0.0%35 Hesperia city, California 0.2% 71 Milliken town, Colorado 0.0%41 Washington city, Utah 0.0% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Unmarried Same-Sex Partner Households as Percent of Total Households Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Westminster city, Colorado 4.7%17 Castle Pines city, Colorado 12.6%1 Yucca Valley town, California 19.0% 22 Erie town, Colorado 11.2%6 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 9.3% 23 Windsor town, Colorado 10.1%13 Prescott city, Arizona 6.7% Apple Valley town, California 4.9%26 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 9.2%16 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 6.3% 28 Lafayette city, Colorado 8.9%17 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 5.6% 37 Arvada city, Colorado 7.2%22 Apple Valley town, California 4.9% 52 Fountain city, Colorado 5.5%23 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 4.7% Westminster city, Colorado 4.7%57 Commerce City city, Colorado 4.9%25 Poway city, California 4.0% Evans city, Colorado 4.9%58 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 4.7%29 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 3.3% Commerce City city, Colorado 4.9%63 Brighton city, Colorado 3.7%35 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 1.9% 71 Johnstown town, Colorado 0.0%36 Hesperia city, California 1.7% 71 Milliken town, Colorado 0.0%41 Washington city, Utah 0.0% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 3 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Same-Sex Partners as Percent of Total Unmarried Partner Households Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 42 Retirees and Labor Force Participation Bennett town, Colorado 26.7%7 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 26.5%1 Prescott city, Arizona 36.2% Columbine Valley town, Colorado 26.7%12 Johnstown town, Colorado 23.7%2 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 32.2% 21 Fountain city, Colorado 20.8%3 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 31.1% Prattville city, Alabama 25.3%24 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 20.4%4 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 26.5% Prescott Valley town, Arizona 25.3%27 Arvada city, Colorado 20.0%5 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 25.3% 28 Windsor town, Colorado 19.9%7 Apple Valley town, California 25.0% 56 Castle Pines city, Colorado 16.5%8 Yucca Valley town, California 24.8% Cañon City city, Colorado 24.5%59 Erie town, Colorado 16.4%9 Washington city, Utah 24.7% Johnstown town, Colorado 23.7%67 Brighton city, Colorado 15.7%10 Poway city, California 23.1% 79 Lafayette city, Colorado 14.7%15 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 20.8% 113 Commerce City city, Colorado 10.4%33 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 16.6% 132 Milliken town, Colorado 7.6%39 Hesperia city, California 15.1% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipalities: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Percent of Households with Retirement Income Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Parachute town, Colorado 63.1%26 Milliken town, Colorado 76.1%23 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 64.9% Grand Junction city, Colorado 62.9%34 Erie town, Colorado 73.8%25 Poway city, California 64.7% 37 Lafayette city, Colorado 73.5%27 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 63.2% Prattville city, Alabama 62.9%43 Commerce City city, Colorado 72.4%28 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 63.0% 47 Johnstown town, Colorado 71.9%38 Washington city, Utah 57.3% 59 Arvada city, Colorado 70.3%40 Hesperia city, California 56.4% 61 Windsor town, Colorado 70.1%42 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 53.2% Grand Junction city, Colorado 62.9%72 Fountain city, Colorado 68.5%42 Yucca Valley town, California 53.2% Fruita city, Colorado 63.5%76 Castle Pines city, Colorado 68.3%44 Apple Valley town, California 52.2% 84 Brighton city, Colorado 66.5%45 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 51.7% 88 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 66.0%47 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 47.4% 106 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 63.0%48 Prescott city, Arizona 43.0% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Percent of Population, 16 and older, in the Labor Force Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 43 Military and Veterans Steamboat Springs city, Colorado 43 2 Fountain city, Colorado 1,887 7 Yucca Valley town, California 284 9 Brighton city, Colorado 136 8 Poway city, California 244 11 Commerce City city, Colorado 74 9 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 223 Tulare city, California 42 16 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 43 14 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 43 22 Arvada city, Colorado 33 17 Apple Valley town, California 37 22 Lafayette city, Colorado 33 22 Prescott city, Arizona 29 35 Windsor town, Colorado 18 26 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 14 Steamboat Springs city, Colorado 43 46 Castle Pines city, Colorado 0 26 Washington city, Utah 14 Lone Tree city, Colorado 44 46 Erie town, Colorado 0 29 Hesperia city, California 11 46 Johnstown town, Colorado 0 30 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 10 46 Milliken town, Colorado 0 33 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 0 46 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 0 33 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 0 Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Total Population Employed in the Armed Forces Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) 8 municipalities 0.2%1 Fountain city, Colorado 9.2%5 Yucca Valley town, California 1.7% 12 Brighton city, Colorado 0.5%7 Poway city, California 0.6% 18 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 0.2%10 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 0.3% Post Falls city, Idaho 0.2%18 Commerce City city, Colorado 0.2%12 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 0.2% West Lafayette city, Indiana 0.2%18 Lafayette city, Colorado 0.2%15 Prescott city, Arizona 0.1% 27 Windsor town, Colorado 0.1%15 Apple Valley town, California 0.1% 38 Arvada city, Colorado 0.0%15 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 0.1% 7 municipalities 0.2%38 Castle Pines city, Colorado 0.0%15 Washington city, Utah 0.1% 38 Erie town, Colorado 0.0%28 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 0.0% 38 Johnstown town, Colorado 0.0%28 Hesperia city, California 0.0% 38 Milliken town, Colorado 0.0%28 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 0.0% 38 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 0.0%28 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 0.0% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Percent of Labor Force in the Armed Forces Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Boulder city, Colorado 3,416 6 Arvada city, Colorado 8,117 2 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 8,794 14 Fountain city, Colorado 4,691 5 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 6,516 19 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 3,378 6 Prescott city, Arizona 6,231 Lodi city, California 3,517 23 Commerce City city, Colorado 2,477 7 Apple Valley town, California 6,043 24 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 2,432 12 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 4,030 25 Brighton city, Colorado 2,099 14 Hesperia city, California 3,753 29 Lafayette city, Colorado 1,480 16 Poway city, California 3,643 Boulder city, Colorado 3,416 30 Windsor town, Colorado 1,406 18 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 3,378 Parker town, Colorado 3,084 32 Johnstown town, Colorado 1,020 21 Yucca Valley town, California 2,461 33 Erie town, Colorado 1,016 23 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 2,186 48 Castle Pines city, Colorado 606 26 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 2,055 55 Milliken town, Colorado 482 31 Washington city, Utah 1,787 Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Civilian Veterans Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 44 Military and Veterans Cañon City city, Colorado 14.7%1 Fountain city, Colorado 26.7%1 Prescott city, Arizona 17.2% 8 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 14.6%3 Yucca Valley town, California 15.1% 30 Milliken town, Colorado 10.4%5 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 14.6% Prattville city, Alabama 14.7%42 Johnstown town, Colorado 9.7%6 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 14.5% Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 14.5%48 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 9.4%8 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 12.6% 54 Arvada city, Colorado 9.0%10 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 12.4% 65 Windsor town, Colorado 8.5%11 Apple Valley town, California 11.4% Cañon City city, Colorado 14.7%69 Castle Pines city, Colorado 8.3%14 Washington city, Utah 10.6% Colorado Springs city, Colorado 15.5%85 Brighton city, Colorado 7.6%15 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 10.5% 93 Commerce City city, Colorado 7.1%21 Poway city, California 9.8% 95 Lafayette city, Colorado 7.0%22 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 9.7% 98 Erie town, Colorado 6.6%42 Hesperia city, California 5.9% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Civilian Veterans, as a Percent of Total Population 18+ Years Old Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 45 Civilian Employment and Unemployment Longmont city, Colorado 6.7%4 Milliken town, Colorado 0.6%9 Washington city, Utah 4.3% 26 Castle Pines city, Colorado 2.6%11 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 4.7% 38 Johnstown town, Colorado 3.5%20 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 5.8% Poway city, California 6.5%46 Erie town, Colorado 3.8%26 Poway city, California 6.5% 46 Windsor town, Colorado 3.8%27 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 6.6% 49 Lafayette city, Colorado 4.0%29 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 7.0% 56 Arvada city, Colorado 4.2%32 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 7.2% Longmont city, Colorado 6.7%58 Commerce City city, Colorado 4.3%36 Prescott city, Arizona 7.7% Englewood city, Colorado 6.8%70 Brighton city, Colorado 4.7%37 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 8.3% 76 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 4.8%46 Apple Valley town, California 11.9% 102 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 6.6%47 Hesperia city, California 13.0% 116 Fountain city, Colorado 7.8%48 Yucca Valley town, California 13.1% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Unemployment Rate (Civilian Labor Force) Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Wray city, Colorado 22.6%10 Fountain city, Colorado 27.3%7 Yucca Valley town, California 24.6% 18 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 22.9%9 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 22.9% 42 Windsor town, Colorado 17.7%13 Apple Valley town, California 19.6% Clovis city, California 23.0%69 Erie town, Colorado 14.9%14 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 19.1% 73 Commerce City city, Colorado 14.7%19 Prescott city, Arizona 17.3% 85 Arvada city, Colorado 13.2%21 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 17.1% 99 Brighton city, Colorado 12.3%26 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 16.0% Sterling city, Colorado 21.8%109 Johnstown town, Colorado 11.4%28 Hesperia city, California 15.6% Fountain city, Colorado 27.3%111 Lafayette city, Colorado 11.3%33 Washington city, Utah 13.6% 120 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 10.5%38 Poway city, California 12.6% 139 Castle Pines city, Colorado 7.4%39 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 11.9% 144 Milliken town, Colorado 5.0%42 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 11.7% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Government Workers, as a Percent of Civilian Employed Population, 16 and older Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Lakewood city, Colorado 6.5%12 Milliken town, Colorado 12.7%1 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 11.4% Superior town, Colorado 6.5%31 Lafayette city, Colorado 8.8%2 Prescott city, Arizona 10.0% 35 Johnstown town, Colorado 8.4%3 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 9.0% Brewer city, Maine 6.5%55 Castle Pines city, Colorado 7.0%4 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 8.2% 63 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 6.6%8 Apple Valley town, California 7.6% 66 Windsor town, Colorado 6.4%8 Poway city, California 7.6% 72 Erie town, Colorado 6.0%10 Hesperia city, California 7.5% Lakewood city, Colorado 6.5%81 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 5.8%16 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 6.6% Superior town, Colorado 6.5%92 Arvada city, Colorado 5.3%19 Washington city, Utah 6.1% 98 Brighton city, Colorado 5.0%21 Yucca Valley town, California 5.6% 106 Commerce City city, Colorado 4.7%25 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 5.2% 106 Fountain city, Colorado 4.7%30 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 4.5% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Self-Employed, as a Percent of Civilian Employed Population, 16 and older Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 46 Education Fountain city, Colorado 9,158 12 Arvada city, Colorado 26,700 3 Hesperia city, California 28,575 19 Commerce City city, Colorado 15,985 5 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 26,558 20 Brighton city, Colorado 10,602 10 Apple Valley town, California 19,409 Goshen city, Indiana 8,641 23 Fountain city, Colorado 9,158 17 Poway city, California 14,379 24 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 8,595 20 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 9,914 26 Lafayette city, Colorado 6,730 21 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 9,538 28 Erie town, Colorado 6,481 22 Prescott city, Arizona 8,951 Fountain city, Colorado 9,158 29 Windsor town, Colorado 6,413 25 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 8,595 Northglenn city, Colorado 9,528 30 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 5,973 30 Washington city, Utah 6,865 37 Castle Pines city, Colorado 3,681 31 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 6,813 38 Johnstown town, Colorado 3,663 40 Yucca Valley town, California 5,082 67 Milliken town, Colorado 1,466 45 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 3,338 Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Population, 3 Years and Over, Enrolled in School Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Broomfield city, Colorado 95.8%7 Castle Pines city, Colorado 98.8%1 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 97.3% Frederick town, Colorado 95.8%18 Windsor town, Colorado 97.5%5 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 95.8% 21 Erie town, Colorado 97.4%12 Prescott city, Arizona 94.3% North Mankato city, Minnesota 95.8%36 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 95.8%15 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 92.7% 39 Johnstown town, Colorado 95.7%18 Poway city, California 92.1% 46 Lafayette city, Colorado 94.9%21 Washington city, Utah 90.9% 47 Fountain city, Colorado 94.8%23 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 90.0% Broomfield city, Colorado 95.8%50 Arvada city, Colorado 94.3%29 Yucca Valley town, California 88.1% Frederick town, Colorado 95.8%76 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 90.3%32 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 87.2% 85 Milliken town, Colorado 89.0%32 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 87.2% 115 Brighton city, Colorado 84.7%37 Apple Valley town, California 86.4% 130 Commerce City city, Colorado 80.6%47 Hesperia city, California 76.4% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 High School Graduate or Higher, as a Percent of Total Population 25+ Years Old Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Berthoud town, Colorado 28.9%8 Castle Pines city, Colorado 69.9%5 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 48.7% 13 Erie town, Colorado 60.3%6 Poway city, California 47.4% 20 Lafayette city, Colorado 55.9%11 Prescott city, Arizona 38.1% Brewer city, Maine 29.9%41 Windsor town, Colorado 43.8%14 Washington city, Utah 30.9% 51 Arvada city, Colorado 38.7%17 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 30.2% 64 Johnstown town, Colorado 34.9%19 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 28.9% 65 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 34.8%33 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 19.8% Aurora city, Colorado 28.5%74 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 28.9%37 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 17.9% Thornton city, Colorado 27.4%91 Commerce City city, Colorado 22.7%44 Apple Valley town, California 16.6% 93 Fountain city, Colorado 22.4%45 Yucca Valley town, California 15.8% 96 Brighton city, Colorado 21.4%46 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 14.7% 119 Milliken town, Colorado 16.7%48 Hesperia city, California 10.0% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Bachelor's Degree or Higher, as a Percent of Total Population 25+ Years Old Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 47 Commute 3 municipalities 28.1 11 Johnstown town, Colorado 32.0 1 Hesperia city, California 37.2 19 Brighton city, Colorado 29.6 2 Apple Valley town, California 32.7 20 Milliken town, Colorado 29.5 3 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 28.4 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 28.4 25 Commerce City city, Colorado 29.1 4 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 28.1 29 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 28.1 5 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 26.0 35 Erie town, Colorado 27.5 6 Poway city, California 25.1 36 Arvada city, Colorado 27.3 7 Yucca Valley town, California 24.9 Broomfield city, Colorado 27.9 42 Castle Pines city, Colorado 26.9 18 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 20.8 Federal Heights city, Colorado 28.5 62 Windsor town, Colorado 24.8 20 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 20.7 63 Fountain city, Colorado 24.6 22 Washington city, Utah 20.3 63 Lafayette city, Colorado 24.6 32 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 18.3 73 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 23.7 35 Prescott city, Arizona 18.0 Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Mean Travel Time to Work (Minutes) Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Cañon City city, Colorado 4.3%3 Castle Pines city, Colorado 20.3%1 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 11.0% 21 Erie town, Colorado 11.4%2 Prescott city, Arizona 7.8% 21 Lafayette city, Colorado 11.4%3 Poway city, California 7.2% Lodi city, California 4.3%47 Windsor town, Colorado 7.3%4 Hesperia city, California 6.8% Denison city, Texas 4.3%50 Arvada city, Colorado 7.0%6 Washington city, Utah 5.8% 52 Brighton city, Colorado 6.8%7 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 5.4% 55 Johnstown town, Colorado 6.6%8 Apple Valley town, California 5.2% Cañon City city, Colorado 4.3%73 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 5.3%9 Yucca Valley town, California 4.8% Northglenn city, Colorado 4.2%81 Commerce City city, Colorado 4.6%11 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 4.3% 82 Fountain city, Colorado 4.5%15 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 4.1% 84 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 4.3%17 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 4.0% 112 Milliken town, Colorado 2.6%45 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 1.5% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Percent of Workers, 16 and older, who Worked at Home Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 48 Poverty Lafayette city, Colorado 8.3%66 Commerce City city, Colorado 12.2%8 Hesperia city, California 22.5% 72 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 11.4%10 Yucca Valley town, California 21.2% 78 Brighton city, Colorado 10.9%17 Apple Valley town, California 18.1% North Mankato city, Minnesota 8.0%99 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 8.3%23 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 15.0% 99 Lafayette city, Colorado 8.3%23 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 15.0% 102 Fountain city, Colorado 7.9%27 Washington city, Utah 14.0% 109 Arvada city, Colorado 6.9%29 Prescott city, Arizona 13.9% Lafayette city, Colorado 8.3%124 Windsor town, Colorado 5.1%35 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 12.3% Thornton city, Colorado 8.5%127 Erie town, Colorado 4.8%38 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 11.4% 128 Milliken town, Colorado 4.7%43 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 8.3% 145 Castle Pines city, Colorado 1.8%46 Poway city, California 6.7% 146 Johnstown town, Colorado 1.5%48 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 4.9% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Percent of Total Population Below the Poverty Line in the Past 12 Months Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Brighton city, Colorado 8.1%56 Fountain city, Colorado 10.9%3 Hesperia city, California 21.9% 57 Commerce City city, Colorado 10.7%9 Apple Valley town, California 17.8% 75 Brighton city, Colorado 8.1%14 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 16.5% Imperial city, California 7.9%76 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 7.9%18 Yucca Valley town, California 13.2% 80 Milliken town, Colorado 7.0%23 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 12.3% 80 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 7.0%31 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 10.3% 94 Lafayette city, Colorado 5.8%34 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 9.7% Brighton city, Colorado 8.1%100 Arvada city, Colorado 4.8%35 Washington city, Utah 9.5% Loveland city, Colorado 7.4%100 Windsor town, Colorado 4.8%40 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 7.9% 125 Erie town, Colorado 2.8%42 Prescott city, Arizona 7.3% 128 Johnstown town, Colorado 2.7%46 Poway city, California 4.0% 142 Castle Pines city, Colorado 0.8%47 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 2.1% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Percent of Households with Food Stamps / SNAP Benefits in the Past 12 Months Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 49 Disability Akron town, Colorado 12.9%42 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 14.7%3 Yucca Valley town, California 19.4% Dolores town, Colorado 12.9%49 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 12.9%5 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 18.5% 73 Arvada city, Colorado 10.8%7 Prescott city, Arizona 18.1% Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 13.2%79 Fountain city, Colorado 10.1%8 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 17.4% 82 Brighton city, Colorado 9.6%12 Apple Valley town, California 16.0% 82 Lafayette city, Colorado 9.6%18 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 14.1% 98 Commerce City city, Colorado 8.1%20 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 13.8% Colorado Springs city, Colorado 12.8%108 Johnstown town, Colorado 7.4%26 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 13.2% Englewood city, Colorado 13.3%114 Milliken town, Colorado 7.0%27 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 12.9% 120 Windsor town, Colorado 6.8%38 Hesperia city, California 10.6% 132 Erie town, Colorado 5.3%40 Poway city, California 10.0% 135 Castle Pines city, Colorado 5.0%42 Washington city, Utah 8.9% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Percent of Population with a Disability (Total Civilian Noninstitutionalized) Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 50 Language Crested Butte town, Colorado 92.7%19 Windsor town, Colorado 94.0%14 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 92.9% 27 Milliken town, Colorado 93.3%17 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 92.7% 33 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 92.7%18 Prescott city, Arizona 92.6% Prescott city, Arizona 92.6%41 Arvada city, Colorado 91.7%24 Washington city, Utah 90.7% Bossier City city, Louisiana 92.8%48 Castle Pines city, Colorado 90.6%26 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 90.0% 60 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 88.7%28 Yucca Valley town, California 88.5% 64 Erie town, Colorado 88.4%32 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 85.3% Grand Junction city, Colorado 92.2%79 Johnstown town, Colorado 86.5%34 Apple Valley town, California 81.9% Sterling city, Colorado 92.1%81 Fountain city, Colorado 84.8%35 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 81.7% 91 Lafayette city, Colorado 83.2%36 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 79.4% 123 Brighton city, Colorado 73.8%39 Poway city, California 74.0% 138 Commerce City city, Colorado 67.2%45 Hesperia city, California 68.6% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 English Only Spoken at Home, as a Percent of Total Population 5 Years Old and Older Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) 2 municipalities 1.1%19 Commerce City city, Colorado 12.0%6 Hesperia city, California 11.5% 2 municipalities 0.9%24 Brighton city, Colorado 9.8%8 Poway city, California 10.5% 51 Lafayette city, Colorado 5.3%15 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 6.1% Post Falls city, Idaho 1.0%52 Johnstown town, Colorado 5.2%16 Apple Valley town, California 5.3% 61 Fountain city, Colorado 4.5%18 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 4.1% 81 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 3.4%18 Washington city, Utah 4.1% 90 Erie town, Colorado 3.0%20 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 3.9% Durango city, Colorado 1.1%96 Arvada city, Colorado 2.8%22 Yucca Valley town, California 3.7% Cañon City city, Colorado 1.3%106 Milliken town, Colorado 2.0%26 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 3.1% 110 Castle Pines city, Colorado 1.9%38 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 1.8% 121 Windsor town, Colorado 1.4%41 Prescott city, Arizona 1.3% 128 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 1.0%43 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 1.0% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Language Other than English Spoken at Home, and Speak English Less Than "Very Well," as a Percent of Total Population 5 Years Old and Older Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Rangely town, Colorado 5.3%10 Commerce City city, Colorado 29.3%3 Hesperia city, California 29.5% 24 Brighton city, Colorado 23.7%9 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 19.6% 58 Lafayette city, Colorado 11.8%10 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 15.5% Bossier City city, Louisiana 4.9%62 Johnstown town, Colorado 11.2%11 Apple Valley town, California 14.2% 70 Fountain city, Colorado 9.6%12 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 12.1% 77 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 8.4%14 Poway city, California 11.5% 91 Milliken town, Colorado 6.4%17 Yucca Valley town, California 8.8% Broomfield city, Colorado 5.2%97 Erie town, Colorado 5.8%19 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 8.2% Fort Collins city, Colorado 5.4%105 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 5.3%21 Washington city, Utah 7.3% Lone Tree city, Colorado 5.4%117 Arvada city, Colorado 4.2%24 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 5.3% 121 Castle Pines city, Colorado 3.8%28 Prescott city, Arizona 4.0% 131 Windsor town, Colorado 2.6%33 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 3.0% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Spanish Spoken at Home, as a Percent of Total Population 5 Years Old and Older Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 51 Language 6 municipalities 0.8%18 Commerce City city, Colorado 10.7%6 Hesperia city, California 10.3% 23 Brighton city, Colorado 8.9%9 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 5.0% 55 Johnstown town, Colorado 4.0%11 Poway city, California 4.6% Prescott city, Arizona 0.7%65 Lafayette city, Colorado 3.4%13 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 3.7% Mandan city, North Dakota 0.9%81 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 2.8%14 Apple Valley town, California 3.5% 85 Fountain city, Colorado 2.4%15 Washington city, Utah 3.4% 94 Milliken town, Colorado 1.8%16 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 3.3% Centennial city, Colorado 0.8%99 Erie town, Colorado 1.4%21 Yucca Valley town, California 2.6% Windsor town, Colorado 0.9%103 Castle Pines city, Colorado 1.3%21 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 2.6% Frederick town, Colorado 0.9%106 Arvada city, Colorado 1.1%32 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 0.8% 113 Windsor town, Colorado 0.9%33 Prescott city, Arizona 0.7% 117 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 0.8%35 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 0.5% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 3 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Spanish Spoken at Home, and Speak English Less Than "Very Well," as a Percent of Total Population 5 Years Old and Older Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 52 Immigration and Place of Birth Glendale city, Colorado 1,085 12 Commerce City city, Colorado 7,407 1 Hesperia city, California 15,147 14 Arvada city, Colorado 6,049 8 Poway city, California 10,017 16 Brighton city, Colorado 4,594 11 Apple Valley town, California 6,683 Christiansburg town, Virginia 1,029 24 Lafayette city, Colorado 2,654 12 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 5,873 31 Fountain city, Colorado 2,111 14 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 3,762 33 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 1,869 17 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 3,520 35 Erie town, Colorado 1,792 25 Prescott city, Arizona 2,098 Steamboat Springs city, Colorado 1,101 45 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 1,075 28 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 1,908 Montrose city, Colorado 1,228 49 Johnstown town, Colorado 906 29 Yucca Valley town, California 1,631 51 Windsor town, Colorado 889 31 Washington city, Utah 1,397 56 Castle Pines city, Colorado 613 33 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 1,292 101 Milliken town, Colorado 164 35 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 1,075 Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Foreign-Born Population Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) 3 municipalities 3.5%23 Commerce City city, Colorado 14.0%4 Poway city, California 20.1% 33 Brighton city, Colorado 12.1%7 Hesperia city, California 16.3% 47 Lafayette city, Colorado 9.7%14 Apple Valley town, California 9.3% East Grand Forks city, Minnesota 3.5%61 Erie town, Colorado 8.1%16 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 8.4% 69 Fountain city, Colorado 7.3%17 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 7.9% 77 Johnstown town, Colorado 6.3%19 Yucca Valley town, California 7.6% 81 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 6.0%20 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 7.0% Windsor town, Colorado 3.8%84 Castle Pines city, Colorado 5.8%22 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 6.3% Loveland city, Colorado 4.0%91 Arvada city, Colorado 5.2%25 Washington city, Utah 5.8% Frederick town, Colorado 4.0%115 Windsor town, Colorado 3.8%31 Prescott city, Arizona 5.1% 123 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 3.5%35 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 4.6% 131 Milliken town, Colorado 2.6%38 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 3.5% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 3 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Percent of Total Population Born in a Foreign Country Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Lakewood city, Colorado 41.6%19 Castle Pines city, Colorado 59.0%1 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 76.0% Arvada city, Colorado 41.4%23 Fountain city, Colorado 57.3%2 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 74.4% 32 Lafayette city, Colorado 53.5%3 Prescott city, Arizona 70.0% Council Bluffs city, Iowa 43.1%42 Windsor town, Colorado 51.9%7 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 60.4% 53 Erie town, Colorado 49.9%10 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 47.7% 64 Milliken town, Colorado 48.0%12 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 41.5% 80 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 44.2%14 Washington city, Utah 39.3% Lakewood city, Colorado 41.6%82 Johnstown town, Colorado 44.0%15 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 38.7% Arvada city, Colorado 41.4%92 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 41.5%24 Poway city, California 29.0% 93 Arvada city, Colorado 41.4%26 Yucca Valley town, California 28.3% 118 Brighton city, Colorado 31.6%35 Apple Valley town, California 21.0% 134 Commerce City city, Colorado 27.2%46 Hesperia city, California 12.7% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Percent of Total Population Born in a Different U.S. State Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 53 Residence One Year Prior Mead town, Colorado 86.7%25 Commerce City city, Colorado 87.4%2 Hesperia city, California 88.4% 32 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 86.7%3 Poway city, California 88.1% 34 Johnstown town, Colorado 86.6%4 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 87.5% East Grand Forks city, Minnesota 86.7%39 Milliken town, Colorado 86.2%5 Apple Valley town, California 87.4% 40 Lafayette city, Colorado 86.1%7 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 86.7% 41 Windsor town, Colorado 85.8%15 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 84.2% 56 Brighton city, Colorado 83.7%26 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 82.1% Frederick town, Colorado 86.6%58 Arvada city, Colorado 83.6%30 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 81.6% Johnstown town, Colorado 86.6%59 Castle Pines city, Colorado 83.5%31 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 81.2% 84 Erie town, Colorado 81.6%33 Washington city, Utah 80.7% 87 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 81.4%35 Prescott city, Arizona 80.2% 115 Fountain city, Colorado 79.0%43 Yucca Valley town, California 74.9% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Lived in Same Home 1 Year Ago, as a Percent of Total Population 1+ Years Old Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Englewood city, Colorado 8.4%45 Milliken town, Colorado 9.7%5 Yucca Valley town, California 16.0% 3 municipalities 8.2%52 Brighton city, Colorado 9.3%21 Washington city, Utah 10.7% 56 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 9.0%25 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 9.9% Chubbuck city, Idaho 8.4%59 Fountain city, Colorado 8.7%29 Apple Valley town, California 9.6% 65 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 8.3%30 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 9.5% 72 Arvada city, Colorado 7.9%31 Poway city, California 9.3% 93 Castle Pines city, Colorado 6.6%34 Prescott city, Arizona 9.2% Englewood city, Colorado 8.4%99 Commerce City city, Colorado 6.4%37 Hesperia city, California 8.9% Thornton city, Colorado 8.5%106 Windsor town, Colorado 5.8%37 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 8.9% 111 Erie town, Colorado 5.3%39 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 8.8% 114 Lafayette city, Colorado 5.2%42 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 8.3% 120 Johnstown town, Colorado 4.5%46 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 5.1% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Lived in Different Home in Same County 1 Year Ago, as a Percent of Total Population 1+ Years Old Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) 5 municipalities 2.9%21 Johnstown town, Colorado 8.5%9 Yucca Valley town, California 6.0% 22 Erie town, Colorado 8.4%15 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 4.3% 37 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 6.6%18 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 4.2% East Grand Forks city, Minnesota 2.9%64 Arvada city, Colorado 5.4%19 Prescott city, Arizona 4.1% 68 Windsor town, Colorado 5.1%23 Washington city, Utah 3.4% 72 Brighton city, Colorado 5.0%26 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 2.9% 83 Castle Pines city, Colorado 4.4%35 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 2.2% Louisville city, Colorado 2.9%91 Commerce City city, Colorado 4.1%38 Hesperia city, California 1.8% Loveland city, Colorado 2.9%91 Lafayette city, Colorado 4.1%39 Apple Valley town, California 1.6% Cañon City city, Colorado 2.9%107 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 2.9%44 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 1.1% 133 Milliken town, Colorado 1.9%45 Poway city, California 0.7% 140 Fountain city, Colorado 1.4%48 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 0.3% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 3 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Lived in Different County in Same State 1 Year Ago, as a Percent of Total Population 1+ Years Old Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) Candidate Municipalities for Comparison and Benchmarking with Pueblo West ANDERSON ANALYTICS Page 54 Residence One Year Prior Ault town, Colorado 1.8%4 Fountain city, Colorado 9.3%2 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 7.8% Bennett town, Colorado 1.8%39 Castle Pines city, Colorado 5.0%3 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 7.5% 49 Lafayette city, Colorado 4.4%6 Prescott city, Arizona 6.2% Auburn city, Maine 1.8%66 Erie town, Colorado 3.7%12 Washington city, Utah 4.6% 82 Windsor town, Colorado 3.1%13 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 4.4% 90 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 2.8%15 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 4.2% 93 Arvada city, Colorado 2.7%23 Yucca Valley town, California 3.0% Brighton city, Colorado 1.7%115 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 1.8%23 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 3.0% Commerce City city, Colorado 1.6%118 Brighton city, Colorado 1.7%35 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 1.8% 121 Commerce City city, Colorado 1.6%38 Poway city, California 1.6% 124 Milliken town, Colorado 1.5%43 Apple Valley town, California 1.1% 145 Johnstown town, Colorado 0.3%45 Hesperia city, California 0.7% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest 2 Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Lived in Different U.S. State 1 Year Ago, as a Percent of Total Population 1+ Years Old Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities) 18 municipalities 0.3%12 Fountain city, Colorado 1.6%5 Fountain Hills town, Arizona 0.8% 17 Erie town, Colorado 1.1%11 Washington city, Utah 0.6% 23 Milliken town, Colorado 0.8%14 Carlsbad city, New Mexico 0.5% 6 municipalities 0.3%35 Castle Pines city, Colorado 0.5%22 Lake Havasu City city, Arizona 0.4% 44 Arvada city, Colorado 0.4%27 Prescott city, Arizona 0.3% 44 Commerce City city, Colorado 0.4%27 Apple Valley town, California 0.3% 50 Brighton city, Colorado 0.3%27 Poway city, California 0.3% 7 municipalities 0.3%50 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 0.3%27 Pueblo West CDP, Colorado 0.3% 69 Lafayette city, Colorado 0.2%34 Prescott Valley town, Arizona 0.2% 69 Wheat Ridge city, Colorado 0.2%34 Hesperia city, California 0.2% 69 Windsor town, Colorado 0.2%34 Rio Rancho city, New Mexico 0.2% 86 Johnstown town, Colorado 0.1%40 Yucca Valley town, California 0.1% Closest Outside-Colorado Municipality: Closest Colorado Municipalities with Population over 10,000: Source: U.S. Census Bureau - American Community Survey, 2013-2017 Lived Abroad 1 Year Ago, as a Percent of Total Population 1+ Years Old Colorado Municipality Ranking Outside-Colorado Municipality Ranking Closest Colorado Municipality:(out of 147 municipalities)(out of 48 municipalities)