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Census 2000
Data Tables:
People & Household Characteristics

Housing & Housing Costs

Income & Poverty



Educational Attainment

Immigration & Language


Neighborhood Characteristics


Mid-City Neighborhood

“Mid-City, so-called because its location at one time was in the middle of the city, has a character and spirit that most of its residents enjoy. Mid-City has a comfortable balance of various land uses, with a mixture of restaurants, shops, schools, churches, walking tours and its most noted cemeteries. The neighborhood is near City Park, the largest green space in the city. ” [Read more in the Neighborhood Snapshot]

Street map with links to nearby neighborhoods:
  [ Census tract and zip code boundary maps ]

Census 2000 Data Tables: People & Household CharacteristicsHousing & Housing Costs, Income & Poverty, Transportation, Employment, Educational Attainment, Immigration & Language, Disabilities, Neighborhood Characteristics

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