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Old 03-01-2011, 05:02 PM
 
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Nebraska 1,711,263 1,826,341 +115,078 +6.7%
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Omaha MSA[A]
Omaha 2000 767,041
Omaha 2010 865,350
growth of +98,309
growth rate +12.8%
compared to national average rate[1] 133.5%
compared to state growth rate[3] 191.8%
A low, but noth slight underestimate from 2009 estimate as US Census had Omaha at 849,517.
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Omaha MSA[A] Nebraska side only
Omaha 2000 649,124
Omaha 2010 742,205
growth of +93,081 (Percent of state growth: 80.89%)
growth rate +14.4%
compared to the national averate rate[1] 149.4%
compared to the state growth rate[3] 215%
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Omaha cSA[b]
Omaha 2000 803,201
Omaha 2010 902,041
growth of +98,840
growth rate +12.3%
compared to national average rate[1] 128.2%
compared to state growth rate[3] 183.6%
A low, but not slight understimate from 2009 as the US Census had the Omaha CSA at 885,677.
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Omaha cSA[b] Nebraska side only
Omaha 2000 685,284
Omaha 2010 778,896
growth of +93,612 (Percent of state growth: 81.3%)
growth rate +13.7%
compared to national average rate[1] 142.3%
compared to state average rate[3] 204.5%


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Lincoln MSA[C]
Lincoln 2000 266,787
Lincoln 2010 302,157
growth of +35,370 (Percent of state growth: 30.7%)
growth rate +13.3%
compared to national average rate[1] 138.1%
compared to state growth rate[3] 198.5%
2009 estimate was 298,012
US Department of the census was very close to target for Lincoln.
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Lincoln CSA [D]
N/A

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Omaha/Lincoln Eventual MSA[E]
Combined 2000 1,069,988
Combined 2010 1,204,198
growth of +134,210
growth rate +12.6%
compared to national average rate[1] 130.7%
compared to state growth rate[3] 188.1%
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Omaha/Lincoln Eventual MSA[E] - Nebraska side only
Combined 2000 952,071
Combined 2010 1,081,053
growth of +128,982 (Percent of state growth: 112.1%)
growth rate +13.6%
compared to national average rate[1] 141.1%
compared to state growth rate[3] 203.0%



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County 2000 2010 Growth Rate 2009 Est
Douglas County 463,585 517,110 +53,525 +11.5% 510,199[Close]
Lancaster 250,291 285,407 +35,116 +14.0% 281,531[Close]
Sarpy County 122,595 158,840 +36,245 +29.6% 153,504[Low]
Hall County 53,534 58,607 + 5,073 +9.5% 57,487[Low]
Buffalo County 42,259 46 102 3,843 +9.1% 45,814[Close]
Scotts Bluff 36,951 36 970 19 +0.1% 36,865[Close]
Dodge County 36,160 36 691 531 +1.5% 35,640[Too Low]
Lincoln County 34,632 36 288 1,656 +4.8% 35,670[Low]
Madison County 35,226 34 876 - 350 -1.0% 34,505[Close]
Platte County 31,662 32 237 575 +1.8% 32,515[High]
Adams County 31,151 31 364 213 +0.7% 33,324[Too High]
Cass County 24,334 25 241 907 +3.7% 25,485[High]
Dawson County 24,365 24 326 - 39 -0.2% 25,076[High]
Gage County 22,993 22 311 - 682 -3.0% 22,653[High]
Dakota County 20,253 21 006 753 +3.7% 20,651[Low]
Saunders County 19,830 20 780 950 +4.8% 20,057[Low]
Washington 18,780 20 234 1,454 +7.7% 19,718[Low]
Seward County 16,496 16 750 254 +1.5% 16,481[Low]
Otoe County 15,396 15 740 344 +2.2% 15,214[Too Low]
Saline County 13,843 14 200 357 +2.6% 13,872[Too Low]
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Omaha city 390,007 408,958 18,951 +4.9% 454,731[Way, Way, Way, Way High][F]
Lincoln city 225,581 258,379 32,798 +14.5% 254,001[Close]
Bellevue city 44,382 50,137 5,755 +13.0% 51,044[Way too High][F]
Grand Island 42,940 48,520 5,580 +13.0% 46,861[Way too low]
Kearney city 27,431 30,787 3,356 +12.2% 30,744[Close]
Fremont city 25,174 26,397 1,223 +4.9% 25,007[Way too Low]
Hastings city 24,064 24,907 843 +3.5% 25,370[Way too High]
North Platte 23,878 24,733 855 +3.6% 24,137[Too Low]
Norfolk city 23,516 24,210 694 +3.0% 23,272[Way too Low]
Columbus city 20,971 22,111 1,140 +5.4% 21,914[Close]
Papillion city 16,363 18,894 2,531 +15.5% 24,280[Way, Way, Way, Way High][F]
La Vista city 11,699 15,758 4,059 +34.7% 16,887[Way too High][F]
Scottsbluff 14,732 15,039 307 +2.1% 14,886[Too Low]
South Sioux 11,925 13,353 1,428 +12.0% 12,213[Way too Low]
Beatrice city 12,496 12,459 - 37 -0.3% 12,564[Close]
Lexington city 10,011 10,230 219 +2.2% 10,275[Close]
Gering city 7,751 8,500 749 +9.7% 7,738[Way too Low]
Alliance city 8,959 8,491 - 468 -5.2% 8,002[Way too Low]
Blair city 7,512 7,990 478 +6.4% 7,700[Too Low]
York city 8,081 7,766 - 315 -3.9% 7,638[Low]

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[A]OMB has defined[2] the Omaha MSA as: Douglas, Ne; Sarpy, Ne; Washington, Ne; Saunders, Ne; Cass, Ne; Pottawattamie, IA; Mills, IA; Harrison, IA
[b]OMB has defined[2] the Omaha CSA as it's MSA plus Dodge County (Fremont). In 2013, this will be upgraded to an MSA as well more than 25% of Dodge County residents travel to Douglas County for work[3].
[C]OMB has defined[2] the Lincoln MSA as: Lancaster, NE; Seward, NE
[D]OMB did not define[2] the Lincoln MSA as a CSA with another county.
[E]OMB has NOT defined Omaha - Lincoln as a single MSA at this time. I am including the Omaha CSA as Dodge County will in-fact be included in 2013. There are strong arguments pointing to this happening in 2013 or 2023 because the worker commuter rates in two Omaha MSA counties (Saunders and Cass) have surpassed CSA and MSA levels with Lincoln.
[F]One of two things happened with the Omaha area cities being vastly over-estimated. Since the counties they reside in grew faster than expected, they either: Used the old boundaries from 2000 or these communities didn't annex the many new subdivisions in the area.
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[1]National average rate: 9.7%
[2]OMB (Office of Management and Budget) is a US level entity that defines the criteria for an MSA and CSA. For a county to be part of an MSA it must have 25% commuter rate of its work force travel to an adjacent county (that is part of an MSA). A CSA requires a 15% worker commuter rate. The definitions are updated every ten years with the last finished in 2003 and another coming soon in 2013.
[3]The Nebraska Department of Labor website had shown the commuter rate increased from 23% to 26% by 2006.
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Old 03-01-2011, 06:34 PM
 
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I might be wrong on this, but I believe the 2009 Estimates for Omaha and Papillion include their extraterritorial jurisdictions or SIDs within their zoning reach. Something like that.
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