Data provided is derived from DVRPC 2045 Municipal-Level Population Forecasts in Five-Year Increments, adopted October 27, 2016.
As a part of DVRPC’s long-range planning activities, the Commission is required to maintain population and employment forecasts with at least a 20-year horizon, or to the horizon year of the long-range plan. DVRPC last adopted employment forecasts, through the year 2040, in September 2012. Working closely with its member county planning staffs, DVRPC has now prepared regional, county, and municipal-level population forecasts in five-year increments through 2045, using 2010 and 2013 National Establishments Time Series (NETS) data as the base. Employment in the nine-county region is forecast to increase by almost 12 percent between 2015 and 2045. Together with the 2045 population forecasts adopted by the DVRPC Board on July 28, 2016, these employment forecasts will serve as the basis for DVRPC’s planning and modeling activities, and support the region’s 2045 long-range plan, scheduled for adoption in July 2017.
- Click the map to identify and view county and municipal-level Employment Forecasts in Five-Year Increments from 2015 to 2045.
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