Douglas, Arizona



This asset inventory is a project of Cochise County Economic Development

Douglas is a city in Cochise County, Arizona

Douglas, Arizona

ASSET INVENTORY

Population Estimates and Projections

2018: 16,400

2020: 17,066

2030: 17,632

2040: 18,138

2050: 18,784

Source: Arizona Office of Economic Opportunity


Age Groups

Under 5:  7.5%

5 to 9:  7.9%

10 to 14:  7.5%

15 to 19:  8.5%

20 to 24:  7.2%

25 to 29:  7.9%

30 to 34:  7.0%

35 to 39:  7.1%

40 to 44:  6.2%

45 to 49:  6.3%

50 to 54:  6.2%

55 to 59:  5.0%

60 to 64:  4.2%

65 to 69:  3.2%

70 to 74:  2.7%

75 to 79:  2.2%

80 to 84:  1.8%

85 and over:  1.6%

Median age (years):  32.2

16 years and over:  75.3%

18 years and over:  71.8%

21 years and over:  67.0%

62 and over:  14.0%

65 and over:  11.5%

Source: US Census Bureau (Census 2010)


Race & Ethnicity

White:  68.2%

Black or African American:  2.8%

American Indian & Alaska Native:  1.7%

Asian:  0.5%

Native Hawaiian & Other Pacific Islander:  ​0.1%

Some other race (including 2 or more races): 26.8%

Hispanic or Latino (of any race):  82.6%

Source: US Census Bureau (Census 2010)


Educational Attainment

Less than 9th grade:  12.3%

9th to 12th grade (no diploma):  16.8%

High school graduate (includes equivalency):  27.2%

Some college (no degree):  28.0%

Associate’s degree:  6.6%

Bachelor’s degree:  6.5%

Graduate or professional degree:  2.6%

High school graduate or higher:  70.9%

Bachelor’s degree or higher:  9.1%

Note. Population 25 years old and over. Source: US Census Bureau (American Community Survey, 2013-2017)


Income

Median Household Income: $30,986

Per Capita Income: $15,294

Source: US Census Bureau (American Community Survey, 2013-2017)


Poverty

Individuals:  31.9%

Families:  29.8%

Children: 35.8%

Seniors:  23.3%

Source: US Census Bureau (American Community Survey, 2013-2017)

Douglas, Arizona

Labor Force & Unemployment

Civilian Labor Force (2017):  3,318

Unemployment Rate (2017):  7.2%

Source: Arizona Office of Economic Opportunity


Workforce (by occupation)

Management, business, science & arts:  24.1%

Service:  38.2%

Sales & office:  22.3%

Natural resources, construction & maintenance:  6.2%

Production, transportation & material moving:  9.1%

Source: US Census Bureau (American Community Survey, 2013-2017)


Workforce (by industry)

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, hunting & mining:  1.5%

Construction:  5.2%

Manufacturing:  3.9%

Wholesale trade:  1.2%

Retail trade:  ​13.6%

Transportation, warehousing & utilities:  3.9%

Information:  0.9%

Finance, insurance, real estate, rental & leasing:  2.0%

Professional, scientific, management, administrative & waste management services: 9.7%

Educational services, health care & social assistance:  27.7%

Arts, entertainment, recreation, accommodation & food services:  8.8%

Other services (except public administration):  3.2%

Public Administration:  18.3%

Source: US Census Bureau (American Community Survey, 2013-2017)


Average Travel Time to Work

15.6 min

Source: US Census Bureau (American Community Survey, 2013-2017)


Housing Units

Total housing units:  4,383

Occupied housing units:  78.1%

Vacant housing units:  21.9%

Owner-occupied:  62.0%

Renter-occupied:  ​38.0%

Homeowner vacancy rate:  4.8%

Rental vacancy rate: 10.0%

Median home value:  $88,200

Median monthly homeowner cost:  $870

Homeowners paying 30% or more of income for housing:  30.5%

Median gross monthly rent:  $574

Renters paying 30% or more of income for housing:  58.9%

Source: US Census Bureau (American Community Survey, 2013-2017)

Douglas, Arizona

Real Estate and Development

Available Commercial Property

Homes for Sale

Land for Sale

City of Douglas Subdivision Code

Downtown Douglas Revitalization Plan

Planning and Zoning


Quality of Life

Weather and Climate

Attractions and Events

Library

Parks

Aquatic Center

Golf


Health Care

Copper Queen Medical Associates (Douglas Medical Complex)

Chiricahua Community Health Centers, Inc.

Physicians

Dentists


Education

K-12

Douglas Unified District

Charter Schools

Center for Academic Success

Liberty Traditional Schools

Omega Alpha Academy

PPEP TEC- Raul H. Castro Learning Center

Higher Education

Cochise College

University of Arizona South


Hospitality

Hotels

Restaurants

Douglas, Arizona

Transportation and Shipping

Major Metro Markets

Tucson (118 mi)

Phoenix (232 mi)

Commercial Airports

Tucson International Airport (114 mi)

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (228 mi)

General Aviation Airports

Douglas Municipal Airport

Bisbee-Douglas International Airport

Cochise College Airport

Shipping

Trucking Companies

Shipping Services (Parcel)


Utilities andTelecommunications

Electricity

Arizona Public Service (APS)

Natural Gas

Southwest Gas

Water, Wastewater, Sanitation

Douglas Municipal

Telecommunications

CenturyLink

Cox

Internet Service Providers


Financial Services

Washington Federal

Wells Fargo

American Southwest Credit Union

Southeastern Arizona Federal Credit Union


Incentives, Taxes & Regulation

Arizona Incentives

Business Taxes

Individual Income Tax

Withholding Tax

Worker’s Compensation

Unemployment Insurance

Sales Tax (TPT)

Property Tax

Minimum Wage

This asset inventory is a project of Cochise County Economic Development


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