Who lives in Sauk Rapids?

Category Count Count margin-of-error Percent Percent margin-of-error
Under 5 years 1,275 9.4%
5-9 years 1,122 8.3%
10-14 years 820 6.1%
15-17 years 334 2.5%
18-24 years 1,019 7.5%
25-34 years 2,857 21.1%
35-44 years 1,642 12.1%
45-54 years 1,694 12.5%
55-64 years 1,198 8.9%
65-74 years 788 5.8%
75-84 years 391 2.9%
85 years and older 388 2.9%
Category Count Count margin-of-error Percent Percent margin-of-error
Male 6,719 49.7%
Female 6,809 50.3%
Category Count Count margin-of-error Percent Percent margin-of-error
White 12,669 93.7%
Of Color 859 6.3%
Black or African American suppressed
American Indian and Alaskan Native suppressed
Asian or Pacific Islander 304 2.2%
Other suppressed
Two or more races 350 2.6%
Hispanic or Latino 437 3.2%
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Language spoken (2014-2018)
Population (5 years and older) 12,253 100.0%
English only 11,678 95.3%
Language other than English 575 4.7%
Speaks English less than "very well" suppressed
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Total population for whom disability status is determined 13,293 100.0%
Population with a disability 2,125 16.0%
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Foreign-born residents 553 4.1%
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Residence one year ago (2014-2018)
Population (1 year and over in US) 13,163 100.0%
Same residence 11,054 84.0%
Different residence in the U.S. 2,102 16.0%
Different residence outside the U.S. suppressed

What's Sauk Rapids's quality of life?

Category Count Count margin-of-error Percent Percent margin-of-error
Household income (2018 dollars) (2014-2018)
Total households 5,480 100.0%
Less than $35,000 1,802 32.9%
$35,000-$49,999 959 17.5%
$50,000-$74,999 930 17.0%
$75,000-$99,999 762 13.9%
$100,000 or more 1,027 18.7%
Median household income (2018 dollars) $49,725 100%
Category Count Count margin-of-error Percent Percent margin-of-error
All people for whom poverty status is determined 13,241 100.0%
Less than $35,000 1,802 32.9%
With income below poverty 2,279 17.2%
With income 100%-149% of poverty 885 6.7%
With income 150%-199% of poverty 1,359 10.3%
With income 200% of poverty or higher 8,718 65.8%
17 years and younger (percent of people under age 18) 3,171 23.9%
18-24 (percent of people age 18-24) 3,109 23.5%
25-34 (percent of people age 25-34) 2,211 16.7%
35-44 (percent of people age 35-44) 1,138 8.6%
45-54 (percent of people age 45-54) 1,361 10.3%
55-64 (percent of people age 55-64) 2,014 15.2%
18-64 (percent of people age 18-64) 1,911 14.4%
65 years and older (percent of people age 65+) 2,278 17.2%
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Health coverage (2014-2018)
Total population age 65 and under for whom health insurance coverage status is determined 13,293 100.0%
Population 65 and under without health insurance coverage 320 2.4%
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Total housing units (2014-2018)
Total housing units 5,555 100.0%
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Owned and Rental Housing (2014-2018)
Vacant housing units (seasonal units included) 75 1.4%
Occupied housing units 5,480 98.6%
Average household size 2.4
Owner-occupied 3,345 60.2%
Average household size 2.7
Renter-occupied 2,135 38.4%
Average household size 2.0
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Year built (2014-2018)
2000 or later 1,488 26.8%
1970-1999 2,825 50.9%
1940-1969 700 12.6%
1939 or earlier 542 9.8%
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Households (2014-2018)
Total households 5,480 100.0%
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Households by type (2014-2018)
Family households 3,418 62.4%
With children under 18 years 1,780 32.5%
Married-couple family households 2,435 44.4%
With children under 18 years 1,134 20.7%
Single-person family households 983 17.9%
With children under 18 years 646 11.8%
Nonfamily households 2,062 37.6%
Householder living alone 1,485 27.1%
65 years and over 457 8.3%
Households with one or more children under 18 years 1,817 33.2%
Households with one or more people 65 years and over 975 17.8%
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Year householder moved into unit (2014-2018)
Moved in 2010 or later 3,125 57.0%
Moved in 2000-2009 1,269 23.2%
Moved in 1990-1999 600 10.9%
Moved in 1989 or earlier 600 10.9%
Category Count Count margin-of-error Percent Percent margin-of-error
All households for which cost burden is calculated 5,396 100.0%
Cost-burdened households 1,819 33.7%
Owner households for which cost burden is calculated 3,316 100.0%
Cost-burdened owner households 866 26.1%
Renter households for which cost burden is calculated 2,080 100.0%
Cost-burdened renter households 953 45.8%
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Rent paid (2014-2018)
Households paying rent 2,086
Median rent paid (2018 dollars) $723
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Vehicles per household (2014-2018)
No vehicles 425 7.8%
1 vehicle available 1,758 32.1%
2 vehicles available 2,430 44.3%
3 or more vehicles available 867 15.8%
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Transportation to work (2014-2018)
Workers (16 years and older) 6,728 100.0%
Car, truck, or van (including passengers) 6,345 94.3%
Public transportation suppressed
Walked, biked, worked at home, or other 293 4.4%
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Travel time to work (2014-2018)
Total workers age 16+ (not home based) 6,531 100.0%
Less than 10 minutes 1,213 18.6%
10-19 minutes 2,972 45.5%
20-29 minutes 1,138 17.4%
30 minutes or longer 1,208 18.5%
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Educational attainment (2014-2018)
Population (25 years and older) 8,958 100.0%
Less than high school 452 5.0%
High school diploma or GED 2,307 25.8%
Some college or associate’s degree 3,858 43.1%
Bachelor’s Degree 1,759 19.6%
Graduate or professional Degree 582 6.5%
High school graduate or higher 8,506 95.0%
Bachelor’s degree or higher 2,341 26.1%
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Working Adults (2014-2018)
Total civilian non-institutionalized population, age 18-64 8,374 100.0%
Working age adults who are employed 6,604 78.9%
Civilian labor force 6,931 100.0%
Unemployed 327 4.7%
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Total employed workers (LEHD) (2017)
Total employed workers 13,324 100.0%
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Worker age (2017)
Age 29 or younger 3,874 29.1%
Age 30 to 54 6,974 52.3%
Age 55 or older 2,476 18.6%
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Workers by earnings (2017)
$15,000 per year or less 3,264 24.5%
$15,001 to $39,999 per year 4,648 34.9%
$40,000 or more per year 5,412 40.6%
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Workers by industry of employment (2017)
Accommodation and food services 974 7.3%
Administration & support, waste management, and remediation 21 0.2%
Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting 734 5.5%
Arts, entertainment, and recreation 114 0.9%
Construction 853 6.4%
Educational services 1,051 7.9%
Finance and insurance 446 3.3%
Health care and social assistance 2,712 20.4%
Information 187 1.4%
Management of companies and enterprises 127 1.0%
Manufacturing 1,709 12.8%
Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction 21 0.2%
Other services (excluding public administration) 389 2.9%
Professional, scientific, and technical services 475 3.6%
Public administration 512 3.8%
Real estate and rental and leasing 132 1.0%
Retail trade 1,670 12.5%
Transportation and warehousing 454 3.4%
Utilities 66 0.5%
Wholesale trade 642 4.8%
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Workers by race (2017)
White alone 12,206 91.6%
Black or African American alone 632 4.7%
American Indian or Alaska Native alone 58 0.4%
Asian alone 206 1.5%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander alone suppressed
Two or more race groups 215 1.6%
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Workers by educational attainment (2017)
Less than high school 742 5.6%
High school or equivalent, no college 2,769 20.8%
Some college or associate degree 3,481 26.1%
Bachelor’s degree or advanced degree 2,458 18.4%