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DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION FOR THE GREATER CEDAR RAPIDS AREA 2007/2008

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Economic Development Division Cedar Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce 424 First Avenue NE Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52401 (319) 398-5317 Fax (319) 398-5228 infodesk@priority1.com http://www.priority1.com

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Jim Sullivan Manager Existing Business Services

Allen Merta Vice President Financial & Administrative Programs

Mark Seckman President Economic Development

Dennis Jordan Vice President Economic Development

Kathleen Cummings Manager Director Communications & Research Workforce Initiatives


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Population............................................................................................................................................... 6 Population of Cedar Rapids Metropolitan Area.........................................................................................................................................................6 Population of Iowa City Metropolitan Area..................................................................................................................................................................6 Cedar Rapids/Iowa City Technology Corridor Map and Population...............................................................................................................7 Population of Cedar Rapids and Surrounding Region.............................................................................................................................................7 Technology Corridor Population by Gender and Race ........................................................................................................................................8 Cedar Rapids MSA Population by Age Group and Gender................................................................................................................................9 Iowa City MSA Population by Age Group and Gender......................................................................................................................................10 Cedar Rapids MSA Total Population (graph).............................................................................................................................................................11 Iowa City MSA Total Population (graph)......................................................................................................................................................................11 Marital Status, 2000 (graph)................................................................................................................................................................................................12

Income....................................................................................................................................................13 Major Sources of Personal Income.................................................................................................................................................................................13 Distribution of Personal Income.......................................................................................................................................................................................13 Market Trade Area Information.........................................................................................................................................................................................14 Number of Households by Effective Buying Income Groups..........................................................................................................................14

Employment - Work Force.........................................................................................................15 Education Level of Current Work force......................................................................................................................................................................15 Employment by Place of Work..........................................................................................................................................................................................16 Place of Residence Employment Data..........................................................................................................................................................................16 Technology Corridor Civilian Labor Force.................................................................................................................................................................16 Linn County Resident Unemployment Rate (graph) ..........................................................................................................................................17 Linn County Resident Civilian Labor Force (graph)..............................................................................................................................................17 Cedar Rapids/Iowa City Laborshed Map.....................................................................................................................................................................18 Commuting Characteristics.................................................................................................................................................................................................18 Average Hourly Work Week in Manufacturing........................................................................................................................................................19 Average Hourly Wages in Manufacturing....................................................................................................................................................................19 Right-to-Work Law..................................................................................................................................................................................................................19 2000 Census Occupational Attachment of the Civilian Labor Force.........................................................................................................20 by Race, Gender and EEO-1 Category

Government & Taxes......................................................................................................................21 Individual Income Tax and Current Rates....................................................................................................................................................................21 Sales Tax and Municipal & County Government for Metro Area..................................................................................................................22 City of Cedar Rapids Property Tax Rates by Taxing Districts...........................................................................................................................22 Comparative Property Tax Rates for Iowa's Seven Largest Cities FY 2006............................................................................................22




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Industry...................................................................................................................................................23 Cedar Rapids Area Largest Employers (Service)....................................................................................................................................................23 Cedar Rapids Area Largest Employers (Manufacturing).....................................................................................................................................24 Technology Corridor's 25 Largest Employers (Service).....................................................................................................................................25 Technology Corridor's 25 Largest Employers (Manufacturing)......................................................................................................................26 Manufacturing Industries........................................................................................................................................................................................................27 Mining Industries........................................................................................................................................................................................................................28 Construction Industries..........................................................................................................................................................................................................28 Retail Trade....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................29 Wholesale Trade........................................................................................................................................................................................................................30 Services....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................31-32 Finance, Insurance & Real Estate.......................................................................................................................................................................................33 Transportation & Public Utilities.......................................................................................................................................................................................33 Forestry, Fishing, Hunting & Agricultural Support....................................................................................................................................................34 2004 Employment Composition (graph)....................................................................................................................................................................34 Retail Sales by Municipalities...............................................................................................................................................................................................35 Technology Corridor Retail Sales by Business Class ...........................................................................................................................................36 Building Permit Information.................................................................................................................................................................................................37 New Commercial Building Permits.................................................................................................................................................................................37 New Industrial Building Permits........................................................................................................................................................................................38

Housing..................................................................................................................................................39 New Single-Family Dwelling Building Permits...........................................................................................................................................................39 New Multi-Family Dwelling Building Permits.............................................................................................................................................................39 Technology Corridor Single-Family Home Sales by Size ..................................................................................................................................40 Technology Corridor Annual Residential Sales, 1998-2005..............................................................................................................................41

Transportation....................................................................................................................................42 Highways Serving Linn County (Map)...........................................................................................................................................................................42 Traffic Counts..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................42 Motor Freight Carriers...........................................................................................................................................................................................................42 Bus Service .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................42 Rail Transportation....................................................................................................................................................................................................................42 Delivery Time of Goods in Transit (graph).................................................................................................................................................................43 Technology Corridor Commuting Characteristics 2000....................................................................................................................................44 The Eastern Iowa Airport Facilities.................................................................................................................................................................................45 Airlines Serving The Eastern Iowa Airport and Air Cargo Carriers.............................................................................................................45 Destinations With Non-Stop Air Passenger Service (graph)...........................................................................................................................45 Air Service Activity Summary.............................................................................................................................................................................................46




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Communications...............................................................................................................................47 Newspapers, Business Publications.................................................................................................................................................................................47 Television Stations, Television Market Area and Cable Television...................................................................................................................47

Education...............................................................................................................................................48 School District Enrollment for Cedar Rapids Metro Area, 2005-06............................................................................................................48 Composite American College Testing (ACT) Scores............................................................................................................................................49 High School Graduation Rates and Post Secondary Education Attendance Rates............................................................................49 Post Secondary Enrollment, Fall 2005 .........................................................................................................................................................................50

Utilities....................................................................................................................................................51 Cabel Television..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................51 Telecommunications Service and Wireless Service...............................................................................................................................................51 The Iowa Communications Network (ICN).............................................................................................................................................................51 Electric Service and Natural Gas Service....................................................................................................................................................................51 Water Service and Waste Water Treatment ...........................................................................................................................................................52

Climate...................................................................................................................................................53 Average Monthly Temperature..........................................................................................................................................................................................53 Average Monthly Precipitation..........................................................................................................................................................................................53 Average Monthly Snowfall....................................................................................................................................................................................................54 Miscellaneous Statistics .........................................................................................................................................................................................................54

Other .....................................................................................................................................................55 Houses of Worship...................................................................................................................................................................................................................55 Recreation Facilities..................................................................................................................................................................................................................55

Social Services ...................................................................................................................................56 Linn County Day Care Facilities........................................................................................................................................................................................56 United Way of East Central Iowa....................................................................................................................................................................................56

Healthcare ...........................................................................................................................................57 Number of Practicing Physicians, by Specialty...........................................................................................................................................................57 Technology Corridor Number of Hospital Employees.......................................................................................................................................57

Crime.......................................................................................................................................................58 Crime Statistics for City of Cedar Rapids and Violent Crime in Linn County.......................................................................................58

Municipal Phone Directory..........................................................................................................59 City of Cedar Rapids Telephone List..............................................................................................................................................................................59 City of Marion Telephone List............................................................................................................................................................................................60 City of Hiawatha Telephone List.......................................................................................................................................................................................60 City of Robins Telephone List.............................................................................................................................................................................................60 Linn County Telephone List.................................................................................................................................................................................................61 


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Population of Cedar Rapids Metropolitan Area City 1990 2000

2005

City 1990 2000 2005

Alburnett 456 559 539 Bertram 201 681 268 Cedar Rapids 108,751 120,758 123,119 Downtown 1,924 2,392 NE Quadrant 37,211 39,913 NW Quadrant 28,262 25,130 SE Quadrant 25,064 24,776 SW Quadrant 23,685 32,016 Center Point 1,693 2,007 2,214 Central City 1,063 1,157 1,142 Coggon 645 745 701 Ely 517 1,149 1,452

Fairfax 780 889 1,512 Hiawatha 4,986 6,480 6,596 Lisbon 1,452 1,898 1,944 Marion 20,422 26,294 30,233 Mt. Vernon 3,657 3,390 4,051 Palo 514 614 826 Prairieburg 213 175 169 Robins 875 1,806 2,270 Springville 1,068 1,091 1,001 Walford 303 1,224 1,405 Walker 673 750 727

2006 Linn County Population 201,853 Note: The Cedar Rapids downtown and quadrant populations do not add up to the Cedar Rapids total population (108,772 for 1990 and 120,758 for 2000) due to census districts not coinciding with the quadrant boundaries. The Cedar Rapids MSA includes Linn County, Benton County and Jones County. Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1980, 1990 and 2000 Census of Population.

Population of Iowa City Metropolitan Area City

1990

Coralville 10,347 Hills 662 Iowa City 59,735 Lone Tree 979 North Liberty 2,926

2000

2005

15,123 17,811 679 617 62,220 62,887 1,151 1,081 5,367 8,808

City

1990

Oxford 663 705 Shueyville 223 250 Solon 1,050 1,177 Swisher 645 813 Tiffin 460 975

2006 Johnson County Population 118,038 The Iowa City MSA includes Johnson County and Washington County. Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1990 and 2000 Census of Population.



2000 2005

645 336 1,352 796 1,473


Demographics Cedar Rapids/Iowa City Technology Corridor Map

Technology Corridor Population 1990 2000 2006 264,886

302,707 423,353

Note: The Cedar Rapids/Iowa City Technology Corridor is currently made up of Linn County, Benton County, Jones County, Johnson County, Washington County, Cedar County and Iowa County. Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1990 and 2000 Census of Population.

Population of Cedar Rapids MSA and Surrounding Region Within 60 Minute Radius City

2006 Population

Cedar Rapids MSA 249,320 (Linn County, Benton County, Jones County) Waterloo MSA 162,263 (Black Hawk County, Bremer County, Grundy County) Dubuque MSA 92,384 (Dubuque County) Iowa City MSA 139,567 (Johnson County and Washington County) Quad Cities MSA 310,166 (Scott County and Rock Island County) Total People within 60 Minute Radius

953,700

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 2000 Census of Population.




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Population by Gender and Race

Cedar Rapids MSA1 - Thousands (% of total population)

1990 Sex Male 103.33 (48.9%) Female 107.87 (51.1%) Race Caucasian 203.97 (96.6%) African American 3.59 (1.7%) Native American 0.39 (0.2%) Asian/Pacific 1.45 (0.7%) Hispanic 1.79 (0.8%)

Total Population

211.20

2000

2004

2005

2006

2007

2010

117.50 (49.4%) 120.97 (49.5%) 122.03 (49.5%) 123.71 125.05 128.96 135.90 120.30 (50.6%) 123.34 (50.5%) 124.38 (50.5%) 126.08 127.51 131.87 139.35 225.23 (94.7%) 230.29 (94.3%) 231.89 (94.1%) 234.67 236.88 243.43 254.70 5.93 (2.4%)

6.63 (2.7%)

6.85 (2.8%)

7.11

7.37

8.17

9.63

0.53 (0.2%) 3.01 (1.2%) 3.11 (1.3%)

0.61 (0.2%) 3.34 (1.4%) 3.43 (1.4%)

0.61 (0.2%) 3.51 (1.4%) 3.54 (1.4%)

0.62 3.69 3.69

0.63 3.86 3.82

0.65 4.39 4.20

0.68 5.33 4.91

237.80

244.31

246.41

249.79

252.56 260.83 275.25

Population by Gender and Race

Iowa City MSA2 - Thousands (% of total population)

1990 2000 2004 2005 2006 2007 2010 2015 Sex Male 57.33 (49.3%) 65.37 (49.5%) 67.88 (49.3%) 68.38 (49.4%) 69.78 71.04 74.86 81.41 Female 58.88 (50.7%) 66.62 (50.5%) 69.68 (50.7%) 70.14 (50.6%) 71.56 72.77 76.32 82.39 Race Caucasian 108.42 (93.3%) 119.79 (90.8%) 123.33 (89.6%) 123.99 (89.5%) 126.33 128.37 134.39 144.57 African American 2.04 (1.8%) 3.56 (2.7%) 4.24 (3.1%) 4.34 (3.1%) 4.49 4.62 5.04 5.77 Native American 0.18 (0.2%) 0.36 (0.3%) 0.36 (0.3%) 0.36 (0.3%) 0.37 0.36 0.37 0.38 Asian/Pacific 3.93 (3.4%) 4.92 (3.7%) 5.48 (4.0%) 5.57 (4.0%) 5.75 5.89 6.34 7.13 Hispanic 1.65 (1.4%) 3.35 (2.5%) 4.15 (3.0%) 4.26 (3.1%) 4.41 4.57 5.04 5.94 Total Population 116.21

131.99

137.56

138.52

141.34 143.81 151.18 163.80

The Cedar Rapids MSA is made up of Linn County, Benton County and Jones County. The Iowa City MSA is made up of Johnson County and Washington County. Source: Woods & Poole Economics, Inc., Copyright 2007, Woods & Poole Economics Inc., Washington, DC. 1 2



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Demographics Population by Age Group and Gender Cedar Rapids MSA1 (thousands)

Under 5 years

Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total 1990 1990 1990 2000 2000 2000 2005 2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2007 7.67 7.29 14.96 8.46 7.84 16.30 8.19 7.87

16.05 8.29 7.93

16.22 8.39 8.01 16.40

5-9 years

7.82 7.42 15.24 8.83 8.55 17.38 8.14 7.56

15.70 8.28 7.72

15.99 8.39 7.86 16.25

10-14 years

7.82 7.24 15.06 8.60 8.10 16.70 8.55 8.27

16.82 8.46 8.18

16.64 8.35 8.04 16.39

15-19 years

7.67 7.43 15.10 8.60 8.41 17.01 8.22 7.89

16.10 8.40 8.05

16.45 8.70 8.31 17.00

20-24 years

7.65 7.79 15.44 8.00 7.86 15.85 8.90 8.85

17.74 8.52 8.38

16.90 8.24 8.15 16.39

25-34 years

17.88 17.51 35.39 16.74 16.15 32.89 16.80 16.35 33.15 17.30 16.92 34.21 17.55 17.20 34.75

35-44 years

16.21 16.13 32.34 19.40 18.74 38.14 18.80 18.12 36.92 18.82 18.06 36.89 18.67 17.90 36.57

45-54 years

10.86 11.27 22.13 16.23 16.08 32.32 18.35 18.10 36.44 18.80 18.57 37.37 19.11 18.87 37.98

55-64 years

8.79 9.35 18.14 10.01 10.53 20.53 12.51 12.92 25.42 13.10 13.55 26.67 13.53 14.08 27.61

65-74 years

6.75 8.31 15.06 7.07 8.31 15.36 7.26 8.47

75+ years

4.20 8.12 12.32 5.59 9.72 15.32 6.32 10.01 16.33 6.39 10.12 16.51 6.43 10.25 16.68

Total

103.33 107.87 211.20 117.50 102.30 237.80 122.03 124.38 246.41 123.71126.08 249.79 125.05127.51 252.56

Median Age

33.42

35.74

15.73 7.36 8.59

37.21

15.95 7.69 8.84 16.53

37.43 37.60

The Cedar Rapids MSA is made up of Linn County, Benton County and Jones County. Note: Totals may not add up due to rounding.

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Population by Age Group and Gender Iowa City MSA1 (thousands) Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total 1990 1990 1990 2000 2000 2000 2005 2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2007 3.90 3.77

7.66 4.00 3.80 7.79 4.19 4.00

8.19 4.25 4.05 8.30 4.29 4.09

8.38

5-9 years

3.63 3.55

7.18 3.98 3.73 7.72 3.77 3.57

7.35 3.88 3.66 7.54 4.03 3.77

7.80

10-14 years

3.30 3.12

6.42 3.88 3.69 7.56 3.77 3.54

7.31 3.75 3.53 7.28 3.73 3.56

7.29

15-19 years

5.05 5.22

10.25 5.85 6.46

12.30 5.26 5.72

10.98 5.44 5.73 11.17 5.51 5.78

11.30

20-24 years

8.43 8.91

17.34 10.00 9.96

19.95 6.94 7.51

14.45 7.29 7.89 15.18 7.84 8.32

16.16

25-34 years

11.46 10.91

22.37 10.94 9.81

20.75 14.73 13.98

28.71 14.66 14.03 28.68 14.43 13.93

28.37

35-44 years

8.40 8.35

16.76 9.53 9.37

18.90 9.70 9.12

18.81 9.81 9.20 19.00 9.93 9.16

19.09

45-54 years

4.52 4.61

9.13 8.15 8.29

16.43 8.89 9.28

18.27 9.16 9.46

18.62 9.14 9.49

18.63

55-64 years

3.32 3.62

6.94 4.17 4.42 8.59 5.79 5.94

11.72 6.21 6.39 12.60 6.58 6.93

13.51

65-74 years

2.54 3.16

5.71 2.70 3.24 5.94 2.82 3.42

6.23 2.87 3.47 6.34 3.04 3.59

6.63

75+ years

1.68 3.40

5.09 2.19 3.87 6.05 2.42 4.09

6.51 2.49 4.16 6.62 2.50 4.19

6.68

Total

57.31 58.87 116.18 65.37 66.62 131.99 68.38 70.14 138.52 69.78 71.56 141.34 71.04 72.77 143.81

Under 5 years

Median Age

28.21

29.72

31.32

31.77

The Iowa City MSA is made up of Johnson County and Washington County. Note: Totals may not add up due to rounding. Source: Woods & Poole Economics, Inc., Copyright 2005, Woods & Poole Economics Inc., Washington, DC. 1

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Demographics Total Population-Cedar Rapids MSA1

Total Population-Iowa City MSA2

The Cedar Rapids MSA is made up of Linn County, Benton County and Jones County. The Iowa City MSA is made up of Johnson County and Washington County. Source: Woods & Poole Economics, Inc., Copyright 2006, Woods & Poole Economics Inc., Washington, DC.

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Marital Status, 2000

Percentage of Total Population 15 years & over

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 2000 Census of the Population. Note: Totals may not add up due to rounding.

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Demographics Major Sources of Personal Income

Cedar Rapids MSA1 - 1996 Dollars2 (Millions)

1990

2000

2004

2005

2006

2007

2010

Total Earnings3 $3,713.99 $5,522.20 $5,521.75 $5,643.05 $5,766.17 $5,893.87 $6,284.83 Wages and Salaries 2,778.82 4,282.61 4,094.86 4,187.56 4,281.73 4,379.39 4,678.95 Other Labor Income 562.41 835.16 961.49 980.30 999.33 1,019.06 1079.06 Proprietors Income 372.76 404.44 465.40 475.20 485.11 495.41 526.83 Dividends, Interest & Rent 934.87 1,218.60 1,151.08 1,171.45 1,194.18 1,217.11 1,291.76 Transfer Payments to Persons 521.17 727.98 883.56 904.45 928.47 953.20 1,031.54 Social Insurance Contribution (less) (439.82) (646.20) (658.22) (677.97) (698.42) (719.65) (786.95) 4 Residence Adjustment (less) (56.33) (169.60) (140.27) (146.32) (151.60) (157.20) (174.50) Personal Income

$4,673.88 $6,652.98 $6,757.90 $6,894.66 $7,038.80 $7,187.34 $7,646.69

The Cedar Rapids MSA is made up of Linn County, Benton County and Jones County. All earnings, personal income and retail sales data in the Woods & Poole database are presented in 1996 dollars, these are "constant dollars" and are used to measure the "real" change in earnings and income when inflation is taken into account. 3 Earnings (earned income) is defined as the sum of wages and salaries, other labor income and proprietor’s income. 4 Residence Adjustment is defined as the income of county residents working in another county less the income of workers from other areas working in the county. A negative residence adjustment (as in Linn County) implies that the county has a number of workers who commute into the county to work, but do not reside there. 1 2

Distribution of Personal Income

Cedar Rapids MSA1

Personal Income (millions '962 $) Total Population (000s) Income Per Capita (current $) Income Per Capita ('96 $)

1990

2000

2004

2005

2006

2007

2010

$4,673.88 $6,652.98 $6,757.90 $6,894.66 $7,038.80 $7,187.34 $7,646.69 211.20 237.80 244.31 246.41 249.79 252.56 260.83 19,043 29,907 32,008 33,294 34,487 35,827 40,224 22,130 27,977 27,662 27,980 28,179 28,457 29,316

Number of Households (000s) 81.07 Persons Per Household 2.53 Mean Household Income ('96 $) 56,539 Wealth Index3 (U.S.=100) 99.19

94.44 2.44 68,802

98.34 2.41 67,126

99.66 2.40 67,598

101.50 2.39 67,773

101.97

100.17

100.14

100.01

103.07 2.38 68,155

107.73 2.35 69,413

99.89 99.52

The Cedar Rapids MSA is made up of Linn County, Benton County and Jones County. All earnings, personal income and retail sales data in the Woods & Poole database are presented in 1996 dollars, these are "constant dollars" and are used to measure the "real" change in earnings and income when inflation is taken into account. 3 The Wealth Index is a measure of relative total personal income per capita weighted by the source of income. 1 2

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Market Trade Area Information Estimates 2005 Counties

Effective Buying Income (EBI)1

Population

Number of Households

Linn* 198,000 $3,878,478,000 80,100 Johnson** 117,400 2,292,999,000 55,700 Benton 26,600 448,403,000 10,300 Buchanan 20,900 322,780,000 7,900 Jones 20,400 339,643,000 7,700 Delaware 18,000 280,530,000 6,800 Cedar 18,400 308,320,000 7,300 Iowa 16,000 250,075,000 6,300 Total

435,700

$8,121,228,000

Median Household EBI $40,210 37,058 39,197 36,240 35,235 34,984 38,519 36,290

182,100

*Primary Market Area is defined as Linn County. This is widely accepted as the focus of many recent public-private surveys and studies. It includes incorporated Cedar Rapids, Marion, Hiawatha and Robins. **Secondary Market Area is defined as the seven county region surrounding Linn county. The counties are Benton, Buchanan, Cedar, Delaware, Iowa, Johnson and Jones. One major incorporated area, Iowa City is included in Johnson County. This ring of counties reflect the maximum reasonable commuting and shopping distance. Effective Buying Income - a term developed by Sales & Marketing Management. EBI is defined as money income less personal tax and non-tax payments--a number often referred to as "disposable" or "after-tax" income. Income and all income-related fields are benchmarked to the 2000 Census. An explanation of the specific income and deductions that are included or excluded will be provided upon request. Source: 2005 Survey of Buying Power, 2005, Sales and Marketing Management. 1

Number of Households by Effective Buying Income Groups Estimates January 1, 2005

City of Cedar Rapids

Income Range

umber of N Households

Percent

Linn County umber of N Households

Percent

Under $19,999 $20,000-$34,999 $35,000-$49,999 $50,000 & Over

10,089 12,472 11,864 16,275

19.9% 24.6% 23.4% 32.1%

14,098 18,503 18,423 29,076

17.6% 23.1% 23.0% 36.3%

Total

50,700

100.0%

80,100

100.0%

Note: Number of households may not add up to total due to rounding. Source: 2005 Survey of Buying Power, September 2005, Sales and Marketing Management.

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Education Level of Current Workforce (Base: adults 18+)

Linn County

High School Graduate Some College or Technical Training Graduate of 4-year College Some Post Graduate Study Completed Post Graduate Study

24.0% 34.8% 26.8% 4.1% 10.2%

Johnson County 19.6% 20.8% 28.6% 7.9% 23.1%

Education Level of Current Workforce in Technology Corridor by Industry Industry

Some Level Beyond High School

Undergraduate Degree

Postgraduate Degree

Agriculture 44.1% 13.6% 1.7% Construction 54.8% 20.5% 2.7% Education 83.2% 62.0% 33.6% Personal Services 58.6% 15.5% 6.9% Finance, Insurance & 81.5% 42.3% 6.2% Real Estate Public Administration / 72.1% 38.2% 8.8% Government Health Care & Social Services Manufacturing Professional Services Transportation, Communication & Utilities Entertainment & Recreation Wholesale/Retail Trade

78.9% 37.8%

11.8%

49.2% 17.7% 70.9% 34.9% 65.5% 26.2%

1.1% 11.4% 1.2%

52.6% 31.6% 49.2% 18.3%

10.5% 0.6%

Source: 2005 Cedar Rapids/Iowa City Technology Corridor Laborshed

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Linn County Place of Residence Employment Data1 Year

Resident Civilian Labor Force

1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

110,400 110,400 112,300 114,800 111,700 113,400 115,700 113,800 113,600 115,300 116,100

Resident Total Employment

Resident Unemployment Rate

State Unemployment Rate

107,100 2.9% 3.6% 107,600 2.6% 3.3% 110,200 1.9% 2.8% 112,700 1.8% 2.5% 109,000 2.4% 2.7% 109,900 3.1% 3.3% 110,600 4.4% 4.0% 108,400 4.8% 4.5% 108,100 4.9% 4.8% 110,000 4.6% 4.6% 111,600 3.8% 3.5%

Place of Residence Concept - A method which counts an individual, unemployed or employed, in the area where he/she lives regardless of the area where he/she works. Note: Detail may not add to totals due to rounding. Benchmark Month = March 2003 Source: Iowa Department of Employment Services, Labor Market Information unit, Internet http://www.iowaworkforce.org/index 1

Technology Corridor Civilian Labor Force County

1990 1995 Jones 9,300 9,720

10,500

10,800

Washington 10,400

11,290

11,400

12,900

Benton 11,410

11,890

13,800

14,800

Johnson 57,600 Linn 96,700

64,900

67,600

77,900

108,100

111,700

116,100

Total Civilian Labor Force

205,900

185,410

2000

215,000

2006

232,500

Note: The Cedar Rapids/Iowa City Technology Corridor is made up of Linn County, Johnson County, Benton County, Jones County and Washington County.

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Demographics Linn County Resident Unemployment Rate Resident Unemployment Rate

Source: Iowa Department of Employment Services, Labor Market Information unit, Internet http://www.iowaworkforce.org/index

Linn County Resident Civilian Labor Force Resident Civilian Labor Force

Source: Iowa Department of Employment Services, Labor Market Information unit, Internet http://www.iowaworkforce.org/index

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Cedar Rapids Laborshed Map

Commuting Charactersistics The Cedar Rapids/Iowa City Technology Corridor Laborshed draws commuting workers from nine surrounding counties. Those who are willing to change employment in the Technology Corridor are willing to commute an average of 26 miles one way for employment opportunities. Note: Laborshed is defined as the area or region from which an employment center draws its commuting workers without regard to natural or political boundaries. The boundaries extend beyond the confines of city limits, county lines and state borders. Source: Iowa Workforce Development, February 2005.

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Demographics

Average Hourly Work Week in Manufacturing Linn County

1993 1994 1995

Total Manufacturing Durable Goods Non-Durable Goods

41.9 40.6 43.3

41.9 41.4 42.4

40.1 38.9 41.9

1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 42.2 42.0 42.4

43.6 43.1 44.1

41.5 40.8 42.3

41.1 40.1 42.2

45.3 46.7 43.6

42.9 41.6 44.1

43.3 40.8 45.1

Source: Iowa Department of Employment Services, Labor Force Summary, Internet http://www.state.ia.us/government Last year published 2002.

Average Hourly Wages in Manufacturing Linn County

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Total Manufacturing $16.06 $15.88 $16.55 $17.56 $17.21 $18.39 $19.19 $19.53 $17.70 $19.40 Durable Goods 16.01 15.13 15.92 16.87 17.15 17.88 18.29 17.39 24.10 26.50 Non-Durable Goods 16.13 16.66 17.22 18.36 17.27 19.05 20.04 20.88 N/A 20.40 Source: Iowa Department of Employment Services, Labor Force Summary. Data reformatted between 2003-2004.

Right-to-Work Law I owa is a "right-to-work" state. Under this statute, an employer may not refuse employment or dismiss a person if the only ground of refusal is that: •

The applicant is a member of a union.

The applicant is not a member of a union.

The applicant refuses to join a union in the future.

The applicant intends to resign from a union in the future.

The employer has contacted or agreed with another person, firm, association, corporation or labor organization to exclude persons from employment on the grounds listed above.

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2000 Census Occupational Attachment of the Civilian Labor Force for Linn County by Race, Gender and EEO-1 Category African American 2 or more/ EEO-1 Category Total Female White American Indian Asian Hispanic other Officials/Mgrs. 11,890

4,571 11,525 75 8 38.4% 96.9% 0.6% 0.0%

145 69 1.2% 0.6%

72 0.6%

Professionals 21,605 11,069 51.2% Technicians 2,545 1,412 55.5%

20,360 94.2%

270 1.2%

25 0.1%

595 2.8%

190 0.9%

168 0.7%

2,425 95.3%

35 1.4%

10 0.4%

30 1.2%

23 0.9%

14 0.6%

Sales Workers 12,555

6,069 48.3%

11,995 95.5%

155 1.2%

50 0.4%

95 0.8%

185 1.5%

64 0.5%

Administration 19,945 Support Wkrs.

15,034 75.9%

18,930 94.6%

510 2.6%

55 0.3%

175 0.9%

175 0.9%

103 0.5%

Craft Workers 9,300

682 7.3%

8,980 96.6%

95 1.0%

24 0.3%

30 0.3%

105 1.1%

58 0.6%

Operatives 12,465

3,537 28.4%

11,470 92.0%

520 4.2%

55 0.4%

190 1.5%

134 1.1%

88 0.7%

Laborers & 3,940 Helpers

618 15.7%

3,645 92.5%

110 2.8%

0 0.0%

25 0.6%

115 2.9%

47 1.2%

Service Workers 13,125

8,250 62.9%

12,150 92.6%

310 2.4%

80 0.6%

145 1.1%

280 2.1%

135 1.1%

51,242 43.6%

101,480 94.5%

2,080 1.9%

307 0.3%

1,430 1.2%

1,276 1.3%

749 0.7%

Labor Force

107,370

Source: Bureau of the Census, 2000 Special EEO File and Labor Market Information Bureau, Iowa Workforce Development

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Demographics State Personal Income Tax The basis for Iowa taxable income is the adjusted gross income as reported on your federal income tax return. Thus, for the most part Iowa has adopted the same exclusions from income like the IRA and Keogh contributions, “combat zone” military pay, and foreign-earned income as allowed for federal tax purposes. In certain cases, interest earned on state and/or municipal bonds is taxable, while interest earned on certain federal securities is exempt. To this base a number of adjustments are made, for example:  100% of federal income taxes paid are  100% of health insurance premiums (not other- deducted. Most other states do not allow this. wise excluded) are deducted;  interest

from most state and municipal obligations  special Iowa capital gains deduction for certain is added; qualifying capital gains; and

 interest

from federal securities is subtracted;

 certain

disability income may be excluded.

 certain

pension income up to $6,000 ($1,000 on a joint return) may be deducted;

There is an option of either taking a standard deduction or itemizing. With the exception of Iowa income tax, the itemized deductions allowed for federal tax purposes are allowable on the Iowa income tax return. For income earned in 2007, the standard deduction for taxpayers filing as unmarried head of household, qualifying widower and married filing jointly is $4,060. The standard deduction for single taxpayers and married taxpayers filing separately is not to exceed $1,650. There are also a number of special credits for taxpayers who itemize. Some of those include:

a personal exemption credit of $40 each for the

taxpayer and spouse;

credit for child and dependent care;

 an

 additional

$20 exemption credits for each who is over 65 years old and/or legally blind;  for

 a

each dependent, there is a $40 credit;

earned income credit;

 a 25% credit on the first $1,000 paid per child for text books and tuition expenses for grades kinder- garten through 12th grade.

Current Rates

% Tax Rate 0.36% 0.72% 2.43% 4.50% 6.12% 6.48% 6.80% 7.92% 8.98%

Taxable Income

on the first on the second on the next on the next on the next on the next on the next on the next on all over

$1,343 1,343 2,686 5,372 12,087 20,145 26,860 40,290 60,435

Note: For an example of how federal deductions are applied, please refer to www.state.ia.us/government/drf Source: www.state.ia.us/government/drf

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Sales Tax

Iowa sales tax is 5%. Currently, there is a 1% local option sales tax in Cedar Rapids, Marion, Hiawatha and all of Linn County.

City of Cedar Rapids Property Tax Rates* Per $1,000 Assessed Valuation

Government 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 City of Cedar Rapids $12.74 $13.04 $12.83 Linn County 5.31 5.25 5.25 Cedar Rapids Community 12.41 12.95 15.36 Schools Miscellaneous 0.98 1.02 1.06 Total $31.44 $32.25 $34.50

2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 $13.07 5.29 15.37

$13.12 5.51 15.75

$13.99 5.73 15.25

$14.39 5.69 14.90

$14.62 5.89 14.37

1.08

1.08

1.06

1.29

1.26

$34.81

$35.46

$36.03

$36.27

$36.14

* Property tax information is available upon request for the cities of Marion, Hiawatha and any taxing jurisdiction located in Linn County. Note: Detail may not add to totals due to rounding. Note: The Miscellaneous category includes levies for Kirkwood Community College, the City Assessor, and the Iowa State University Extension Services. Data based on Cedar Rapids Community Schools. Tax rates vary in other school districts. When calculating residential property taxes, you must include the residential rollback percentage as mandated by the Iowa Legislature. For FY-2005-06, the rollback is 51.3874%. Example: assume a home with a Fair Market Value of $100,000 $100,000 x 51.3874% = $51,387/1,000 = $51.39 $51.39 x $34.81 = $1,788.89 Therefore, the annual property taxes would be approximately $1,788.89. This does not include any Homestead Exemption or Veterans

Comparative Property Tax Rates for Iowa's Seven Largest Cities Fiscal Year 2008

Source: Iowa Department of Management, Local Budget Division. www.dom.state.ia.us/local/property_tax/city/index.html

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Demographics The Cedar Rapids Area Largest Employers

Service Organization

Number of

AEGON USA, Inc. (AEGON N.V.; The Hague, The Netherlands)......................................................................................................................................3,500 Cedar Rapids Community School District.........................................................................................................................................................................................2,900 St. Luke’s Hospital..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................2,800 Hy-Vee Food Stores (Hy-Vee Inc.; West Des Moines, IA)........................................................................................................................................................2,545 Mercy Medical Center....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................2,498 City of Cedar Rapids.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1,493 Kirkwood Community College..................................................................................................................................................................................................................1,410 Wal Mart Stores, Inc. (Wal Mart Stores, Inc.; Bentonville, AR)...............................................................................................................................................1,030 Alliant Energy-Interstate Power and Light (Alliant Energy; Madison, WI)............................................................................................................................920 Linn-Mar Community Schools.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................885 Linn County Offices.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................850 Yellowbook USA (Yell Group; Berkshire, United Kingdom)........................................................................................................................................................850 McLeodUSA Incorporated..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................800 Nordstrom Direct (Nordstrom; Seattle, WA).....................................................................................................................................................................................760 Verizon Business (Verizon Communications, Inc.; New York, NY)...........................................................................................................................................675 College Community Schools..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................620 Target Stores (Target Stores; Minneapolis, MN).................................................................................................................................................................................600 APAC Customer Services (APAC Customer Services; Deerfield, IL)...................................................................................................................................600 U.S. Cellular (U.S. Cellular; Chicago, IL).....................................................................................................................................................................................................549 CRST Inc.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................525 Toyota Financial Services Center (Toyota Motor Sales USA, Inc.; Torrance, CA)...........................................................................................................524 PRC................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................520 Grant Wood Area Education Agency........................................................................................................................................................................................................500 United States Postal Service (United States Postal Service; Washington, DC)................................................................................................................478 GE Capital Vendor Financial Services (GE Capital Corp.; Danbury, CT)..............................................................................................................................450 West Side Unlimited Corporation..............................................................................................................................................................................................................450 United Fire Group.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................425 Intermec Technologies Corporation/Norand Mobile Systems Division (A UNOVA Company; Woodland Hills, CA)..........................360 Coe College..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................360 Marion Independent School District..........................................................................................................................................................................................................351 Nordstrom Oil........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................350 St. Lukes Physicians and Clinics......................................................................................................................................................................................................................349 Mount Mercy College.........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................326 Principal Financial Group (Principal Financial Group; Des Moines, IA)..................................................................................................................................315 Cornell College.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................300 Physicians' Clinic of Iowa...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................280 Iowa Glass Depot..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................294 Four Oaks Inc...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................275 GreatAmerica Leasing Corp...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................270 Nash Finch Company (Nash Finch Co.; Minneapolis, MN)..........................................................................................................................................................256 Skogman Realty.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................224 Wells Fargo Bank Iowa NA (Wells Fargo Corp.; San Francisco, CA)....................................................................................................................................220 Cedar Rapids Marriott (John Q. Hammons Hotels; Springfield, MO)...................................................................................................................................200 Pearson (Pearson PLC; London, England)...............................................................................................................................................................................................175 Fiserv NDP & Freedom Group (Fiserv Inc.; Brookfield, WI).......................................................................................................................................................166 Note: The Cedar Rapids/Iowa City Technology Corridor is made up of Linn County, Johnson County, Benton County, Jones County and Washington County. * Includes those who work at companies in the surrounding communities of the Technology Corridor.

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The Cedar Rapids Area Largest Employers Manufacturing

Organization

Number of

Rockwell Collins, Inc....................................................................................................................................................................................................9,000 Whirlpool Corporation (Whirlpool Corp.; Benton Harbor, MI).....................................................................................................2,650 Quaker Foods & Beverages a division of Pepsico Inc. (Quaker Oats Co.; Chicago, IL).....................................................1,100 General Mills Inc. (General Mills Inc.; Minneapolis, MN)..........................................................................................................................700 Gazette Communications ..........................................................................................................................................................................................650 PMX Industries Inc. (Poongsan Metal Corp.; Seoul, Korea).....................................................................................................................497 Cargill Inc. (Cargill, Inc.; Minneapolis, MN)..........................................................................................................................................................410 Schneider Electric (Schneider Electric; Paris, France)..................................................................................................................................370 ADM-Corn Processing Division (Archer Daniels Midland Co.; Decatur, IL)................................................................................334 Cedarapids Inc. (Terex Corp.; Westport, CT).................................................................................................................................................307 Cryovac Division, Sealed Air Corporation (Sealed Air Corp.; Saddle Brook, NJ)................................................................................300 Penford Products Company (Penford Corporation; Denver, CO).....................................................................................................234 Cedar River Paper, A Weyerhaeuser Business (Weyerhaeuser Co.; Federal Way, WA) ......................................................225 H.J. Heinz Company (Heinz USA Foodservice, Pittsburgh, PA)..........................................................................................................210 Apache Hose & Belting Inc.........................................................................................................................................................................................185 Evergreen Packaging Equipment (International Paper Co.; Memphis, TN).....................................................................................178 Midland Forge (Columbus McKinnon Corp.; Amherst, NY)..................................................................................................................175 Norwood Souvenir (Norwood Promotional Products, Inc.; Indianapolis, IN).............................................................................160 Siemens VPO (Siemens AG; Munich, Germany)............................................................................................................................................160 Cedar Graphics, Inc.........................................................................................................................................................................................................157 Weyerhaeuser Paper Company (Weyerhaeuser Co.; Federal Way, WA)......................................................................................155 J & A Printing........................................................................................................................................................................................................................150 Highway Equipment Company.................................................................................................................................................................................147 The Fisher Group.............................................................................................................................................................................................................130 Ralston Foods (Ralcorp Holdings; St. Louis, MO)..........................................................................................................................................130 Longview Fibre Co. (Longview Fibre Co.; Longview, WA).......................................................................................................................126 Met-Coil Systems Corp. (Mestek Inc.; Westfield, MA)...............................................................................................................................120 H.S. Industries Inc..............................................................................................................................................................................................................116 Midwest Metal Products, Inc......................................................................................................................................................................................115 Note: The Cedar Rapids/Iowa City Technology Corridor is made up of Linn County, Johnson County, Benton County, Jones County and Washington County. *

Includes those who work at companies in the surrounding communities of the Technology Corridor.

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The Technology Corridor's 25 Largest Employers Service

Organization

Number of Employees*

University of Iowa....................................................................................................................................................................................................14,985 University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics.......................................................................................................................................................7,638 AEGON USA, Inc. (AEGON; The Hague, Netherlands)....................................................................................................................3,500 Hy-Vee Food Stores (Hy-Vee, Inc.; West Des Moines, IA)................................................................................................................2,971 Cedar Rapids Community School District..................................................................................................................................................2,900 St. Luke’s Hospital.......................................................................................................................................................................................................2,800 Mercy Medical Center - Cedar Rapids..........................................................................................................................................................2,498 Pearson...............................................................................................................................................................1,929 Iowa City Community School District...........................................................................................................................................................1,600 Wal Mart Stores, Inc. (Wal Mart Stores, Inc.; Bentonville, AR)........................................................................................................1,530 City of Cedar Rapids................................................................................................................................................................................................1,493 ACT, Inc.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................1,428 Kirkwood Community College...........................................................................................................................................................................1,410 Veteran's Administration Hospital (Department of Veterans Affairs; Washington, DC).................................................1,298 Mercy Hospital - Iowa City...................................................................................................................................................................................1,262 Alliant Energy-Interstate Power and Light (Alliant Energy; Madison, WI).....................................................................................920 Linn-Mar Community Schools................................................................................................................................................................................885 Linn County Offices......................................................................................................................................................................................................850 Yellowbook USA (Yell Group; Berkshire, United Kingdom).................................................................................................................850 McLeodUSA Incorporated.......................................................................................................................................................................................800 Lear Corporation (Lear Corp; Southfield, Michigan)...........................................................................................780 Target Stores (Target Stores; Minneapolis, MN)..........................................................................................................................................765 Nordstrom Direct (Nordstrom; Seattle, WA)..............................................................................................................................................760 Access Direct....................................................................................................................................................................................................................745 Verizon Business (Verizon Communications, Inc.; New York, NY)....................................................................................................675 Note: The Cedar Rapids/Iowa City Technology Corridor is made up of Linn County, Johnson County, Benton County, Jones County and Washington County. * Includes those who work at companies in the surrounding communities of the Technology Corridor.

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The Technology Corridor's 25 Largest Employers Manufacturing

Organization

Number of Employees*

Rockwell Collins, Inc....................................................................................................................................................................................................9,000 Whirlpool Corporation (Whirlpool Corp.; Benton Harbor, MI).....................................................................................................2,650 Quaker Oats Co. (Quaker Oats Co.; Chicago, IL)....................................................................................................................................1,100 Lear Corporation (Lear Corporation; Southfield, MI)................................................................................................................................780 General Mills Inc. (General Mills Inc.; Minneapolis, MN)..........................................................................................................................730 Gazette Communications ..........................................................................................................................................................................................650 Oral B Laboratories(The Gillette Company; Boston, MA)......................................................................................................................500 PMX Industries Inc. (Poongsan Metal Corp.; Seoul, Korea).....................................................................................................................497 Procter & Gamble (Procter & Gamble; Cincinnati, OH)..........................................................................................................................473 Cargill Inc. (Cargill, Inc.; Minneapolis, MN)..........................................................................................................................................................410 Centro.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................380 Schneider Electric (Schneider Electric; Paris, France)..................................................................................................................................370 ADM-Corn Processing Division (Archer Daniels Midland Co.; Decatur, IL)................................................................................334 Cedarapids Inc. (Terex Corp.; Westport, CT).................................................................................................................................................307 Cryovac Division, Sealed Air Corporation (Sealed Air Corp.; Saddle Brook, NJ)......................................................................300 Moore Business Forms, Inc. (RR Donnelly; Chicago, IL).............................................................................................................................255 Penford Products Company (Penford Corporation; Denver, CO).....................................................................................................242 Cedar River Paper, A Weyerhaeuser Business (Weyerhaeuser Co.; Federal Way, WA)........................................................225 H.J. Heinz Company (Heinz USA Foodservice, Pittsburgh, PA)..........................................................................................................210 North Liberty Plastics (Victor Plastics; Victor, IA)..........................................................................................................................................210 Loparex, Inc. (Member of UPM-Kymmene Group; Helsinki, Finland)...............................................................................................207 Apache Hose & Belting Inc.........................................................................................................................................................................................185 Evergreen Packaging Equipment (International Paper Co.; Memphis, TN).....................................................................................178 Midland Forge (Columbus McKinnon Corp.; Amherst, NY)..................................................................................................................175 Norwood Souvenir (Norwood Promotional Products, Inc.; Indianapolis, IN).............................................................................160

Note: The Cedar Rapids/Iowa City Technology Corridor is made up of Linn County, Johnson County, Benton County, Jones County and Washington County. * Includes those who work at companies in the surrounding communities of the Technology Corridor.

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Manufacturing Industries

Establishments, Employees and Payroll, Linn County, 2000

NAICS Total number Code Industry Description of establishments 31-- 311 3112 31123 311221 3118 314 315 321 322 323 323113 323112 325 326 327 32732 332 3323 3324 33271 333 3331 3332 3335 334 336 337 339 3391 33995

MANUFACTURING Food Manufacturing Grain and Oilseed Milling Breakfast Cereal Wet Corn Milling Bakeries and Tortilla Textile Product Mills Apparel Wood Products Paper Printing & Related Support Commercial Printing Lithographic Printing Chemical Plastic & Rubber Products Nonmetallic Metal Products Ready-Mix Concrete Fabricated Metal Products Architectural & Structural Metals Boiler, Tank & Shipping Container Machine Shops Machinery Ag, Construction & Mining Machinery Industrial Machinery Metalworking Machinery Computer & Electronic Products Transportation Equip. Furniture & Related Products Misc. Manufacturing Medical Equip. & Supplies Signs

241 25 8 3 3 7 4 4 5 5 35 9 12 3 9 12 5 39 7 3 18 32 7 8 9 9 6 12 25 10 7

Number of employees 19,735 3,306 2,806 1,914 (D) 94 32 (D) 87 667 1,132 411 504 145 645 154 63 1,142 363 80 213 2,295 767 655 275 (I) 154 154 559 109 178

Annual payroll ($1,000) $1,020,767 176,568 158,524 106,483 (D) 2,321 515 (D) 2,975 39,300 34,645 11,608 16,738 8,088 24,991 7,141 4,073 45,031 13,128 2,684 8,082 105,246 32,818 34,652 11,903 (D) 7,174 5,217 18,432 2,509 9,852

Note: Not all NAICS Codes are listed, therefore, industry descriptions may not add up to its total product category. Detailed information is available through the Cedar Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce - Priority One Division. Abbreviations and symbols: NAICS - North American Industry Classification System n.e.c. - Not elsewhere classified. Entries with the letter (D) represent data withheld to avoid disclosing information for individual companies; the data is included in broader industry totals. Employment size classification is indicated by specific letters: (A)=0-19, (B)=20-99, (C)=100-249, (E)=250-499, (F)=500-999, (I)=5,000-9.999 Source: 2000 County Business Patterns, Bureau of the Census, Survey Processing and Products Branch.

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Mining Industries

Establishments, Employees and Payroll, Linn County, 2000

NAICS Total number Number of Code Industry Description of establishments employees

21--

MINING

6

49

Annual payroll ($1,000) $2,314

Construction Industries

Establishments, Employees and Payroll, Linn County, 2000

NAICS Total number Number of Code Industry Description of establishments employees

23-- 233 2332 234 2349 235 2351 2352 2353 2354 23542 2355 23551 2356 2357 2359 23595 23599

CONSTRUCTION Bldg., Developing & General Residential Bldg. Heavy Construction Other Heavy Construction Special Trade Contractors Plumbing, Heating, AC Contractors Painting & Wall Covering Electrical Contractors Masonry, Drywall, & Insulation Drywall, Acoustical & Insulation Carpentry & Floor Contractors Carpentry Contractors Roofing, Siding & Sheet Metal Concrete Contractors Misc. Special Trade Bldg. Equip. & Other Machine Special Trade Contractors, n.e.c.

573 177 132 26 20 370 55 36 42 39 23 61 49 40 43 49 8 17

6,903 1,391 551 239 173 5,273 1,092 244 1,203 516 398 308 264 735 457 664 212 139

Annual payroll ($1,000) $272,298 46,741 18,267 13,679 7,630 211,878 50,357 7,219 58,547 17,663 13,835 8,637 6,515 27,073 16,003 24,411 8,436 5,442

Note: Not all NAICS Codes are listed, therefore, industry descriptions may not add up to its total product category. Detailed information is available through the Cedar Rapids Chamber of Commerce - Priority One division. Abbreviations and symbols: NAICS - North American Industry Classification System n.e.c. - Not elsewhere classified Source: 2000 County Business Patterns, Bureau of the Census, Survey Processing and Products Branch.

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Establishments, Employees and Payroll, Linn County, 2000 NAICS Total number Number of Code Industry Description of establishments employees 44-- 441 44111 44112 442 4421 4422 443 44312 444 44413 44419 44421 445 4451 44512 4453 446 44611 44613 447 448 44812 44814 4482 4483 451 45111 452 4521 453 4531 4532 4533 45322 454 4541

RETAIL TRADE Motor Vehicle & Parts Dealers New Car Dealers Used Car Dealers Furniture & Home Furnishings Furniture Stores Home Furnishings Electronics & Appliance Stores Computer & Software Stores Bldg. Material & Garden Equip. Hardware Stores Other Building Material Dealers Lawn & Garden Equip. Food & Beverage Stores Grocery Stores Convenience Stores Beer, Wine & Liquor Stores Health & Personal Care Stores Pharmacies & Drug Stores Optical Goods Stores Gasoline Stations Clothing & Clothing Accessories Women's Clothing Stores Family Clothing Stores Shoe Stores Jewelry & Luggage Stores Sporting Goods, Hobby & Musical Sporting Goods Stores General Merchandise Stores Department Stores Misc. Store Retailers Florists Office Supplies & Stationery Stores Used Merchandise Stores Gift, Novelty & Souvenir Stores Nonstore Retailers Electronic Shopping and Mail Order

829 115 22 31 54 19 35 43 8 71 8 35 14 68 39 5 8 72 33 16 90 93 23 16 16 19 64 24 26 14 101 9 31 26 25 32 8

13,883 1,786 962 194 599 348 251 395 67 1,230 62 472 164 2,587 2,427 40 60 958 756 63 794 959 174 434 94 127 637 154 2,740 2,430 901 93 361 200 185 297 297

Annual payroll ($1,000) $261,078 57,860 37,898 4,920 14,288 9,019 5,269 7,329 1,095 30,841 1,316 16,029 3,221 35,633 34,012 478 667 18,567 15,626 1,340 12,445 13,694 2,353 5,793 1,138 2,668 8,111 2,847 40,153 34,025 13,490 1,061 5,845 1,901 1,506 8,667 8,667

Note: Not all NAICS Codes are listed, therefore, industry descriptions may not add up to its total product category. Detailed information available through the Cedar Rapids Chamber of Commerce - Priority One division. Abbreviations and symbols: NAICS - North American Industry Classification System n.e.c.-Not Elsewhere Classified Source: 2000 County Business Patterns, Bureau of the Census, Survey Processing and Products Branch.

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Wholesale Trade

Establishments, Employees and Payroll, Linn County, 2000 NAICS Total number Number of payroll Code Industry Description of establishments employees

($1,000)

42-- 421 4211 42111 42112 4212 4213 4214 42142 42143 4215 42151 4216 4217 4218 42181 42182 42183 42184 4219 422 4221 4223 4224 4225 4226 4228 42281 42291 42299

$214,672 149,942 15,708 11,711 3,014 2,413 2,326 23,229 5,886 11,401 5,798 5,798 32,148 8,560 52,060 12,580 1,165 22,983 12,057 7,700 64,730 3,150 2,452 24,512 9,671 2554 6,704 6,704 12,222 885

WHOLESALE TRADE Wholesale Trade, Durable Goods Motor Vehicles and Parts Automotive & Other Vehicle Motor Vehicle Supplies and Parts Furniture & Home Furnishings Lumber & Other Construction Professional & Commercial Equip. Office Equip. Computer & Peripheral Equip. Metal & Mineral Metal Service Centers & Offices Electrical Goods Hardware, Plumbing & Heating Equip. Machinery Equip. & Supplies Construction & Mining Equip. Farm & Garden Machinery Industrial Machinery & Equip. Industrial Supplies Misc. Durable Goods Wholesale Trade & Durable Goods Paper & Paper Products Apparel, Piece Goods & Notions Grocery & Related Products Farm Product Raw Material Chemical & Allied Products Beer, Wine & Distilled Alcoholic Beverage Beer & Ale Farm Supplies Other Misc. Nondurable Goods

367 273 18 6 5 6 5 36 8 17 10 10 66 16 96 10 7 39 25 20 94 90 7 14 19 11 5 5 10 5

5,479 3,803 494 350 116 60 69 591 150 270 137 137 689 188 1,290 225 42 582 350 285 1,676 78 51 723 179 88 167 167 283 36

Annual

Note: Not all NAICS Codes are listed, therefore, industry descriptions may not add up to its total product category. Detailed information is available through the Cedar Rapids Chamber of Commerce - Priority One division. Abbreviations and symbols: NAICS - North American Industry Classification System n.e.c. - Not elsewhere classified. Entries with the letter (D) represent data withheld to avoid disclosing information for individual companies; the data is included in broader industry totals. Employment size classification is indicated by specific letters: (A)=0-19, (B)=20-99, (C)=100-249, (E)=250-499, (F)=500-999, (I)=5,000-9.999 Source: 2000 County Business Patterns, Bureau of the Census, Survey Processing and Products Branch.

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Establishments, Employees and Payroll, Linn County, 2000 NAICS Total number Code Industry Description of establishments 51-- 511 5112 512 513 514 5142 541 5411 5412 5413 54133 54138 5415 541511 541519 5416 5418 54181 54192 54194 561 5613 56131 5614 56142 5615 5616 56161 5617 56172 5619 611 6111 6113 6116 620 6211 6212 6213 62131 62139 6214 6216 623 6231 6233 624 6241 62411 6244

SERVICES Publishing Industries Software Publishers Motion Picture & Sound Publishing Broadcasting & Telecommunications Information & Data Processing Data Processing Professional & Scientific & Technical Legal Services Accounting, Tax Preparation & Bookkeeping Engineering & Architectural Services Engineering Services Testing Laboratories Computer Systems Design & Related Computer Programming Other Computer Related Services, n.e.c. Management & Tech Consulting Advertising & Related Services Advertising Agencies Photographic Services Veterinary Services Administration & Support Services Employment Services Employment Agencies Business Support Services Telephone Call Centers Travel Arrangement Services Investigation & Security Services Investigation & Armored Car Services Services to Buildings & Dwellings Janitorial Services Other Support Services Educational Services Elementary & Secondary Colleges & Universities Other Schools & Instruction Health Care & Social Assistance Offices of Physicians Offices of Dentists Offices of Other Health Practitioners Offices of Chiropractors Offices of Other Health Practitioners, n.e.c. Outpatient Care Centers Home Health Care Services Nursing & Residential Care Facilities Nursing Care Facilities Community Care Facilities for Elderly Social Services Individual & Family Services Child & Youth Services Child Day Care Services

2,503 34 17 14 50 25 15 430 101 58 53 30 3 71 31 11 51 17 12 19 21 288 21 9 35 16 22 22 14 136 65 20 45 14 3 17 485 90 83 82 40 9 12 14 70 12 17 117 37 7 71

Number of employees

Annual payroll ($1,000)

54,095 1,105 518 159 4,976 693 662 4,358 637 526 601 449 (A) 1,448 552 29 211 319 229 102 194 9,832 2,655 (B) 3,114 2,906 135 494 476 2,456 1,954 436 2,465 789 1,308 240 11,437 1,515 604 443 105 41 188 415 2,304 859 527 (C) 641 35 636

$1,444,279 47,625 23,114 2,203 205,242 24,888 23,596 168,591 25,402 14,520 26,234 21,185 (D) 63,107 29,499 2,292 8,812 11,058 8,694 1,951 3,282 210,118 46,354 (D) 72,777 68,231 3,266 7,670 7,127 38,098 29,207 9,185 37,893 10,849 21,978 2,434 337,907 100,747 21,791 11,857 2,493 1,747 5,011 7,318 46,340 17,197 9,009 (D) 13,300 603 6,446

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Services Cont.

Establishments, Employees and Payroll, Linn County, 2000 NAICS Total number Number of Code Industry Description of establishments employees 711 7111 7112 712 713 7139 71394 71395 721 72111 722 72232 7224 811 8111 811111 81112 811192 811198 8113 8114 812 8121 812112 81219 8139

Performing Arts, Spectator Sports & Related Performing Arts Companies Spectator Sports Museums, Historical Sites & Related Amusement, Gambling & Recreation Misc. Amusement, Recreation Services Fitness & Recreational Sports Centers Bowling Centers Accommodation Hotels & Motels Food Services & Drinking Places Caterers Drinking Places Repair & Maintenance Automotive Repair & Maintenance General Automotive Repair Automotive Body, Paint & Glass Repair Carwashes Automotive Services, n.e.c. Commercial Equipment Personal & Household Goods R & M Personal Services & Laundry Personal Care Services Beauty Shops Miscellaneous Personal Services, n.e.c. Business Organizations

13 7 4 7 46 41 19 5 35 32 376 5 77 198 142 54 31 25 4 22 21 151 95 76 16 63

271 (C) (A) 81 867 817 342 (C) 1,285 1,276 7,127 70 430 1,095 859 284 201 167 27 92 67 1,196 602 480 115 362

Annual payroll ($1,000) 1,484 (D) (D) 1,716 10,241 9,999 3,087 (D) 17,795 17,551 67,465 675 3,499 26,830 20,433 7,281 6,982 1,631 670 2,406 1,173 20,560 8,680 7,518 1,012 6,212

Note: Not all NAICS Codes are listed, therefore, industry descriptions may not add up to its total product category. Detailed information is available through the Cedar Rapids Chamber of Commerce - Priority One division. Abbreviations and symbols: NAICS - North American Industry Classification System n.e.c. - Not elsewhere classified. Entries with the letter (D) represent data withheld to avoid disclosing information for individual companies; the data is included in broader industry totals. Employment size classification is indicated by specific letters: (A)=0-19, (B)=20-99, (C)=100-249, (E)=250-499, (F)=500-999, (I)=5,000-9.999 Source: 2000 County Business Patterns, Bureau of the Census, Survey Processing and Products Branch.

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Demographics Finance, Insurance and Real Estate

Establishments, Employees and Payroll, Linn County, 2000 NAICS Code Industry Description 52-- 522 5221 52211 52212 52213 5222 523 52312 524 52411 52421 531 5311 5322

Total number of establishments

FINANCE, INSURANCE & REAL ESTATE Credit Intermediation & Related Depository Credit Intermediation Commercial Banking Savings Institutions Credit Unions Nondepository Credit Intermediation Security, Commodity Contracts Securities Brokerage Insurance Carriers & Related Direct Life, Health & Medical Carriers Insurance Agencies & Brokerages Real Estate Lessors of Real Estate Consumer Goods Rental

566 131 88 55 12 21 36 64 29 177 25 118 144 70 22

Number of employees 7,802 2,409 1,289 930 73 286 1,108 431 258 3,610 2,430 506 959 374 164

Annual payroll ($1,000) $326,970 76,248 37,581 28,439 1,742 7,400 38,266 29,718 20,476 181,174 134,502 18,360 32,830 9,587 2,370

Transportation and Public Utilities

Establishments, Employees and Payroll, Linn County, 2000 NAICS Total number Number of Code Industry Description of establishments employees 48-- 481 484 4841 4842 485 488 492 493

TRANSPORTATION & WAREHOUSING Air Transport Truck Transport General Freight Trucking Specialized Freight Trucking Transit & Ground Passenger Transport Transportation Support Activities Couriers & Messengers Warehousing & Storage

158 9 100 62 38 (A) 20 18 5

5,269 174 3,836 3,098 738 (D) 706 347 (C)

Annual payroll ($1,000) $147,535 4,494 106,060 78,841 27,219 22,138 8,630 (D)

Note: Not all NAICS Codes are listed, therefore, industry descriptions may not add up to its total product category. Detailed information is available through the Cedar Rapids Chamber of Commerce - Priority One division. Abbreviations and symbols: NAICS - North American Industry Classification System n.e.c. - Not elsewhere classified. Source: 2000 County Business Patterns, Bureau of the Census, Survey Processing and Products Branch.

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Forestry, Fishing, Hunting & Agricultural Support Establishments, Employees and Payroll, Linn County, 2000

NAICS Total number Number of Code Industry Description of establishments employees

11-- 115 1151 1153

FORESTRY , FISHING , HUNTING & AGRICULTURAL SUPPORT Agricultural & Forestry Services Crop Production Support Forestry Support Activities

7 7 5 1

28 28 (B) (A)

Annual payroll ($1,000) $1,024 1,024 (D) (D)

Note: Not all NAICS Codes are listed, therefore, industry descriptions may not add up to its total product category. Detailed information is available through the Cedar Rapids Chamber of Commerce - Priority One division. Abbreviations and symbols: NAICS - North American Industry Classification System n.e.c. - Not elsewhere classified. Entries with the letter (D) represent data withheld to avoid disclosing information for individual companies; the data is included in broader industry totals. Employment size classification is indicated by specific letters: (A)=0-19, (B)=20-99, (C)=100-249, (E)=250-499, (F)=500-999, (I)=5,000-9.999 Source: 2000 County Business Patterns, Bureau of the Census, Survey Processing and Products Branch.

Source: Iowa Workforce Development, Internet http://www.iowaworkforce.org/lmi/

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Demographics

Retail Sales by Municipalities Millions of Dollars

Fiscal Cedar Year Rapids Marion Hiawatha 1990 1,287.9 1991 1,362.9 1992 1,417.6 1993 1,514.5 1994 1,652.8 1995 1,780.2 1996 1,901.6 1997 1,899.7 1998 2,059.5 1999 2,168.0 2000 2,219.7 2001 2,229.5 2002 2,292.9 2003 2,328.2 2004 2,391.9 2005 2,398.2 2006 2,389.9

Linn County

Iowa City

137.1 16.7 1,509.8 464.9 143.9 15.4 1,595.3 480.9 149.9 16.8 1,657.7 505.2 157.8 19.5 1,679.1 536.9 175.4 20.5 1,928.5 578.8 190.2 23.9 2,078.5 615.5 201.4 30.2 2,213.2 657.7 213.9 40.5 2,239.3 677.7 222.7 48.9 2,415.8 701.1 234.1 54.1 2,548.4 733.4 242.5 59.7 2,619.3 756.1 237.9 65.8 2,623.4 780.6 253.6 78.3 2,721.1 766.9 252.2 72.9 2,751.3 776.7 259.1 76.3 2,832.7 854.2 287.1 83.5 2,872.5 878.0 337.1 95.5 2,925.7 901.4

Johnson Coralville County 107.4 613.2 116.2 642.1 123.1 673.4 138.3 717.9 146.5 772.4 159.3 823.5 155.3 861.7 173.2 906.8 171.2 931.8 314.6 1,109.5 381.4 1,202.3 415.5 1,266.1 437.2 1,275.8 461.5 1,307.6 513.3 1,445.7 525.9 1,486.2 549.7 1,547.8

Retail sales as measured by taxable sales by fiscal year (i.e. FY 2005= April 1, 2004- March 31, 2005). Source: Iowa Retail Sales & Use Tax Report, Iowa Department of Revenue and Finance, Information & Management Services Division.

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Retail Sales by Business Class

Linn County - Millions of Dollars 1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

Utilities 428.5 Building Materials 127.3 General Merchandise 318.2 Food Stores 93.3 Motor Vehicle 87.1 Apparel and Accessories 57.3 Home Furnishing, Furniture 114.1 Eating & Drinking Places 187.8 Specialty Stores 236.2 Services 351.6 Wholesale 287.7 Miscellaneous 257.9

446.2 142.4 339.4 91.1 81.8 48.5 118.2 190.1 239.6 356.2 282.1 285.2

404.8 138.7 350.8 76.1 89.2 57.1 126.1 217.8 237.8 342.0 298.8 282.3

423.8 127.3 315.5 74.5 82.5 43.0 104.6 170.2 184.0 299.3 211.2 241.2

497.2 143.4 376.4 68.3 76.7 48.8 66.6 171.1 182.7 313.2 175.1 209.3

540.3 188.5 392.0 88.4 98.5 52.8 122.7 209.7 221.8 367.7 203.3 345.2

522.9 204.4 400.6 92.0 111.6 55.3 122.5 224.7 224.3 384.6 205.0 323.5

497.0 204.7 404.0 95.7 117.7 56.8 115.2 243.7 230.3 425.6 204.2 330.2

2,547.4 2,621.3 2,622.0 2,277.0

2,328.7

2,832.7

Total

2,872.5 2,925.7

Retail sales as measured by taxable sales by fiscal year (i.e. FY 2005 = April 1, 2005 - March 31, 2006). Source: Iowa Retail Sales & Use Tax Report, Iowa Department of Revenue and Finance, Information & Management Services Division.

Johnson County - Millions of Dollars 1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

Utilities 91.8 Building Materials 78.5 General Merchandise 172.6 Food Stores 69.6 Motor Vehicle 36.1 Apparel and Accessories 48.2 Home Furnishing, Furniture 113.4 Eating & Drinking Places 136.6 Specialty Stores 111.5 Services 138.2 Wholesale 51.9 Miscellaneous 60.7

106.9 80.3 196.0 68.1 38.3 59.3 119.8 136.5 124.2 141.4 58.6 72.6

142.3 78.9 208.8 67.2 40.6 60.5 130.6 145.1 120.5 149.7 58.8 62.8

111.9 84.8 219.5 71.5 40.6 53.8 139.1 155.7 127.8 160.5 50.1 67.7

102.2 90.8 238.1 73.4 43.7 55.3 136.8 162.7 120.1 171.1 50.6 62.9

95.7 122.2 242.5 74.5 49.2 56.5 213.5 171.3 120.2 179.0 51.7 68.2

87.2 126.3 241.6 79.0 48.0 52.2 245.3 179.2 120.4 187.2 50.3 69.0

87.5 132.2 233.4 84.5 53.9 54.1 249.3 186.3 141.5 198.2 53.2 73.0

1,109.2 1,202.1 1,265.5 1,282.8

1,307.6

1,444.5

Total

Retail sales as measured by taxable sales by fiscal year (i.e. FY 2005 = April 1, 2005- March 31, 2006)..

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Demographics Building Permit Information City of Cedar Rapids

Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

New Construction # of Permits Valuation 1,521 1,501 1,628 1,557 1,831 1,867 1,786 1,872 2,027 2,071 1,925 1,768 1,737 1,822 1,805 1,680

$45,481,109 $57,146,397 $61,362,159 $57,227,544 $89,287,049 $99,839,182 $80,102,523 $88,107,677 $97,362,915 $103,200,806 $139,578,485 $100,134,810 $94,177,319 $79,818,471 $104,111,873 $130,147,946

Repairs, Remodeling & Additions All Construction # of Permits Valuation # of Permits Valuation 3,623 4,010 4,495 4,830 6,516 5,471 5,021 5,136 5,453 5,554 4,737 5,067 6,334 5,282 4,436 4,457

$28,599,780 $31,672,619 $32,701,327 $29,158,179 $37,628,465 $57,493,861 $51,369,102 $39,934,741 $69,081,303 $49,849,016 $62,278,422 $55,969,400 $58,603,022 $58,408,213 $54,825,072 $69,472,789

5,144 5,511 6,123 6,387 8,347 7,307 6,807 7,008 7,480 7,625 6,662 6,835 8,071 7,104 6,241 6,137

$74,080,889 $88,819,017 $94,063,487 $86,385,723 $126,915,514 $157,333,042 $131,471,664 $128,042,418 $166,444,219 $153,049,821 $201,856,908 $156,104,210 $152,780,341 $138,226,684 $158,936,944 $199,620,736

Source: City of Cedar Rapids Building Department.

New Commercial Building Permits Cedar Rapids 1 Year # of Permits Valuation

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

36 47 39 34 48 56 52 53 46 37 56 45 41 43 47 52

$10,864,016 $17,226,857 $15,432,447 $13,472,652 $17,950,768 $24,512,498 $25,249,976 $25,751,798 $33,084,726 $22,946,051 $42,126,701 $24,095,638 $17,987,403 $15,849,336 $16,796,266 $54,653,299

Marion # of Permits Valuation 6 10 6 8 9 10 16 11 5 15 12 2 7 9 9 11

$2,463,365 $1,169,036 $545,233 $1,376,605 $5,757,413 $3,555,771 $2,134,914 $1,354,963 $1,701,162 $5,790,886 $3,360,064 $317,117 $1,198,331 $1,888,957 $1,292,890 $15,823,935

Hiawatha # of Permits Valuation 10 6 5 12 11 25 11 9 6 8 24 21 7 7 13 4

$2,103,800 $2,038,000 $2,141,735 $3,745,486 $4,660,863 $9,692,576 $9,836,951 $1,597,301 $4,170,312 $6,304,460 $9,515,064 $5,296,195 $2,462,339 $2,317,071 $8,049,036 $1,937,718

Figures for Marion are for fiscal years except from 1992-1997, during which times the figures are for calendar years. Figures for Hiawatha are for calendar years. Source: City of Cedar Rapids Building Department, City of Marion and City of Hiawatha. 1

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New Industrial Building Permits

Year1

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Cedar Rapids Marion # of Permits Valuation # of Permits Valuation 19 $5,575,157 2 $28,500 14 $7,482,670 8 $1,111,416 16 $4,588,239 3 $454,556 14 $1,488,800 4 $153,620 17 $15,260,100 10 $2,198,883 29 $30,561,535 5 $1,630,608 8 $413,860 0 $0 4 $914,702 0 $0 12 $4,225,110 1 $322,560 6 $1,683,505 0 $0 6 $450,454 0 $0 1 $45,000 0 $0 1 $225,000 1 $1,877,468 3 $170,000 1 $114,840 4 $2,989,448 1 $277,095 3 $764,800 1 $130,000

Figures for Marion are for fiscal years except from 1992-1999, during which times the figures are for calendar years. Note: Hiawatha building permits are categorized as "commercial/industrial", therefore data relating to new commercial and new industrial permits for Hiawatha are provided for under 'New Commercial Building Permits'. Source: City of Cedar Rapids Building Department, City of Marion and City of Hiawatha. 1

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Demographics New Single-Family Dwelling Building Permits

Year1

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Cedar Rapids # of Permits Valuation

276 $17,885,620 225 $15,884,453 311 $25,486,783 307 $27,693,362 354 $30,326,126 271 $21,536,003 322 $28,638,757 331 $32,804,827 390 $37,218,609 358 $34,952,684 327 $40,942,580 374 $35,989,687 370 $37,741,513 378 $37,635,431 338 $34,725,819 348 $37,783,146

Marion # of Permits Valuation 65 $4,800,294 104 $6,860,196 146 $10,097,737 170 $13,694,460 165 $13,364,984 119 $9,106,890 160 $12,988,080 128 $11,303,799 184 $15,802,574 205 $17,690,985 180 $14,832,690 189 $18,701,530 227 $23,370,869 253 $26,452,966 289 $29,467,226 312 $36,446,164

Hiawatha # of Permits Valuation 13 $1,239,500 21 $1,702,419 44 $3,906,152 43 $4,247,145 48 $6,922,167 41 $7,292,511 39 $4,024,782 28 $2,849,770 36 $3,629,065 42 $4,007,119 40 $4,132,689 39 $4,165,056 64 $7,259,791 50 $6,207,374 56 $7,136,885 27 $3,586,067

Figures for Marion are for fiscal years except from 1992-1999, during which times the figures are for calendar years. Figures for Hiawatha are for calendar years. Source: City of Cedar Rapids Building Department, City of Marion and City of Hiawatha. 1

New Multi-Family Dwelling Building Permits1

Year2

Cedar Rapids # of Permits Valuation

1990 26 (124) 1991 44 (n/a) 1992 47 (n/a) 1993 44 (256) 1994 48 (343) 1995 78 (n/a) 1996 33 (n/a) 1997 25 (n/a) 1998 37 (153) 1999 82 (n/a) 2000 75 (n/a) 2001 19 (n/a) 2002 19 (n/a) 2003 37 (n/a) 2004 18(108) 2005 75(n/a)

$5,440,418 $9,104,063 $11,952,556 $9,548,394 $12,638,742 $13,713,252 $9,128,052 $12,372,567 $8,058,898 $19,991,106 $23,970,471 $5,674,602 $15,644,822 $7,650,440 $33,595,118 $24,769,755

Marion # of Permits Valuation 8 (n/a) 9 (n/a) 18 (124) 13 (99) 13 (56) 12 (53) 27 (82) 19 (n/a) 35 (n/a) 56 (n/a) 42 (n/a) 34 (n/a) 47 (n/a) 39 (n/a) 14(n/a) 44(n/a)

$1,717,388 $2,012,633 $3,402,259 $4,841,186 $2,928,149 $2,754,826 $4,664,402 $4,249,933 $11,109,526 $12,857,973 $8,931,257 $8,279,526 $17,875,071 $17,736,558 $3,245,040 $19,879,621

Hiawatha # of Permits Valuation 7 (38) 1 (4) 0 (0) 0 (0) 3 (47) 4 (16) 1 (6) 10(n/a) 6 (54) 4 (52) 3 (34) 1 (24) 0(0) 0(0) 0(0) 0(0)

$891,000 $140,000 $000 $000 $1,937,599 $1,962,121 $223,781 $3,213,311 $2,675,377 $2,766,823 $3,408,797 $1,550,200 $000 $000 $000 $000

Multi-family dwelling building permits include: condos, duplexes, apartments (multiple) and townhouses. Figures for Marion are for fiscal years except from 1992-1999, during which times the figures are for calendar years. Figures for Hiawatha are for calendar years. Note: Figures in parenthesis represent the number of new housing units; n/a - information not available Source: City of Cedar Rapids Building Department, City of Marion and City of Hiawatha. 1 2

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Single-Family Home Sales by Size Cedar Rapids Area

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2 bedrooms or less Total # sold Average price

486 $76,897

494 $78,684

563 $81,707

812 $93,357

396 $82,480

3 bedrooms Total # sold Average price 4 or more bedrooms Total # sold Average price

2006

1,118 $101,950

1,880 1,934 2,019 1,626 1,593 $123,876 $128,847 $132,144 $138,147 $139,733

2,267 $143,222

888 877 1,028 801 789 $182,123 $188,700 $187,002 $217,006 $218,257

1,183 $214,743

Iowa City Area 2 bedrooms or less Total # sold Average price

2001

2002

2003

2004

521 584 648 226 178 $97,193 $100,629 $104,922 $111,704 $116,764

3 bedrooms Total # sold Average price

881 954 920 967 813 $138,376 $143,661 $160,435 $162,144 $167,699

967 $170,077

4 or more bedrooms Total # sold Average price

477 528 530 646 635 $203,276 $210,433 $251,800 $255,111 $264,083

725 $258,397

Source: Iowa City Area Association of REALTORS速 and Cedar Rapids Area Association of REALTORS速

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2005

2006 224 $121,117


Demographics

Annual Residential Sales1

Cedar Rapids Area, 2000-2006 Number of Sales Average Sale Price

2000 3,709

2001 3,756

2002 3,763

2003

2004

2005

2006

4,101

4,289

3,391

4,568

$127,294 $130,309 $134,662 $136,924 $146,065 $148,934 $151,643

Iowa City Area, 2000-2006 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Number of Sales 1,756 1,904 2,091 2,098 2,470 2,644 2,637 Average Sale Price $137,991 $142,691 $147,654 $166,370 $173,057 $176,610 $179,617

Residential data includes residential, condominium, and acreage information.

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Source: Iowa City Area Association of REALTORS速 and Cedar Rapids Area Association of REALTORS速

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Highways Serving Linn County:

Federal:

30, 151, 218

State:

1, 13, 94, 100

Interstate:

I-380

Traffic Counts:

For traffic counts contact the following: Cedar Rapids: Traffic Engineering Dept. 1201 6th St. SW Cedar Rapids, IA 52404 Tel: 319-286-5176

Marion: Engineer's Office 195 35th St. Marion, IA 52302 Tel: 319-373-9422

Linn County: County Engineer 1888 County Home Rd. Marion, IA 52302 Tel: 319-892-6400

IA Dept/Transportation: District Engineer 430 16th Ave. SW Cedar Rapids, IA 52404 Tel: 319-364-0235

Hiawatha: District Engineer 430 16th Ave. SW Cedar Rapids,IA. 52404 Tel: 319-364-0235

Motor Freight Carriers:

With Local Terminals Central Transport ABF Freight System Inc. Black Hawk Freight Serv. Inc. CRST Inc. GSTC Hill & Williams Bros. Landstar/Inway Malone Freight Lines Inc. Midland Transportation Co. AW Schmidt Transfer Inc. RFK Transportation Roadway Express Inc. West Side Transport Yellow Freight System Inc. Cedar Valley Transport Iowa Express Freightways Inc.

Bus Service National:

ADM Trucking ConWay Central Express Lakeville Motor Express Nelson Trucking Midwest Motor Express RH Hummer Jr. Inc. Wynne Transport Service Inc. Heartland Express

Trailways, Greyhound and Jefferson

Local: Five Seasons Transportation (City of Cedar Rapids), Cedar Rapids Senior Citizens Service, Neighborhood Transportation Service, Linn Transit and LIFTS (Linn Intra-county Facilitation Transportation System, for all disabled and senior citizens.)

Rail Transportation

Cedar Rapids MSA Cedar Rapids & Iowa City Railway Co. aka CRANDIC Illinois Central Gulf Railroad/Canadian National Iowa Interstate Railroad Piggy Back & Container Services Hawkeye Land Co.

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Iowa Northern Railway Union Pacific Railroad


Demographics Delivery Time of Goods in Transit From Cedar Rapids City

Atlanta Chicago Cleveland Denver Detroit Houston Kansas City Los Angeles Milwaukee Minneapolis New Orleans New York Omaha St. Louis

Miles (Highway)

Days by Railroad (Carload)

Days by Motor Freight (Truckload)

816 223 551 787 482 1,022 312 1,845 242 265 953 1,018 251 291

4 1 3 3 3 4 2 4 2 3 4 4 2 2

2 1 1 2 1 2 1 3 1 1 2 2 1 1

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Selected Commuting Characteristics Cedar Commuting to Work Workers 16 years and over Percent drove alone Percent in carpools

U.S.

128,279,228

Iowa

1,469,763

Rapids

Hiawatha

Iowa North Marion City Liberty Coralville

63,692

3,635

14,768

35,668

3,258

8,861

75.7

78.6

82.3

81.1

84.9

61.0

83.0

74.5

12.2

10.8

10.7

13.6

9.0

10.2

13.9

13.7

4.7

1.0

1.3

2.1

1.4

7.7

0.3

6.2

0.7

0.5

0.4

0.0

0.5

0.4

0.0

0.9

6.2

8.7

4.8

2.9

3.9

18.0

2.8

4.4

25.5

18.5

16.6

14.7

19.0

19.0

19.2

18.4

Vehicles Available Occupied housing units 105,480,101 1,149,276 None 10,861,067 73,684 1 36,123,613 350,894 2 40,461,920 464,402 3 or more 18,033,501 260,292

49,810 3,750 17,365 20,623 8,072

2,854 98 1,092 1,249 415

10,464 518 3,154 4,631 2,161

25,195 2,588 10,211 8,861 3,535

2,222 66 779 1,012 365

6,448 372 2,828 2,550 698

Percent using public transportation Percent using other means Percent walking or worked at home Mean travel time to work (minutes)

Note: The Cedar Rapids/Iowa City Technology Corridor is made up of Linn and Johnson Counties. Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 2000 Census of the Population.

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Demographics The Eastern Iowa Airport (Cedar Rapids) Facilities Airfield: Distance to Downtown: Equipment:

Runway 09/27 - 8,600' X 150' Runway 13/31 - 6,200' X 150' 7 miles ILS, VOR, RVR, DME, NDB,GPS, terminal area radar and secondary surveillance radar

Commercial Airlines Serving The Eastern Iowa Airport (Cedar Rapids) American Eagle and AmericanConnection Delta Connection Northwest Airlines and Northwest Airlink United Express Allegiant Air

Air Cargo Carriers

DHL Federal Express

United Parcel Service

And, all of the commercial airlines serving The Eastern Iowa Airport.

Air Cargo Pounds Fiscal year 2006- 26,157 tons= 52,314,000 pounds.

Destinations With Non-Stop Air Passenger Service (# Flights/day) Atlanta (2) Chicago (14) Cincinnati (3) Dallas (5) Denver (4) Detroit (3) Minneapolis (6) New York (2) Orlando (2 flights per week) St. Louis (2) Las Vegas (5 flights per week) Phoenix-Mesa (2 flights per week) Fixed Base Operations: PS Air, Inc. Landmark Aviation Source: The Eastern Iowa Airport

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Air Service Activity Summary

Year 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Air Cargo (lbs) 77,254,590 79,673,766 75,017,827 74,980,100 69,217,235 62,792,632 54,527,610 57,015,882 55,190,523 47,706,000 48,051,224 52,314,000

Passengers 788,712 796,961 878,673 923,145 913,703 983,736 878,650 877,215 921,986 938,555 1,004,265 1,023,872

Source: The Eastern Iowa Airport

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Demographics Newspapers Cedar Rapids Gazette* Circulation Daily................................... 64,906 Circulation Sunday.............................. 79,010 Marion Times** Circulation Weekly......................3,026 Daily Iowan*** Circulation Daily Fall/Spring Semester................ 19,500 Summer Semester................... 13,000 *Circulation numbers are from July 2006 **Circulation numbers are from July 2006 ***Circulation numbers are from August through May 2006, Circulation numbers are from June and July 2006.

Business Publications The Edge Corridor Business Journal

Circulation Monthly....................9,800 Circulation Weekly.....................5,000

Circulation numbers are from June 2006.

Television Stations Power Station Network Channel Kilowatts1

KGAN KWWL KCRG KFXA KRIN KPXR KWKB

CBS NBC ABC FOX PBS PAX WB

2 7 9 28 12 48 20

100 316 316 5,000 5,000 2,000 5,000

Tower Height 1,350 ft 2,000 ft 2,000 ft 1,500 ft 2,000 ft 1,000 ft 1,460 ft

Radius (Tower Location)

Owner

100 miles (Walker, IA) Sinclair Broadcasting 75 miles (Rowley, IA) Raycom Media 70 miles (Walker, IA) Gazette Communications 75 miles (Vinton, IA) Second Generation, Ltd. 70 miles (Waterloo, IA) State of Iowa 75 miles (Walker, IA) Paxson Communications 65 miles (West Branch, IA) KM Communications

KGAN is a low band VHS station while KWWL & KCRG are high band VHF stations. KGAN, KWWL, KCRG and KRIN are maximum facility stations.

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Television Market Area

ADI1 - 21 County Market Area

(Allamakee, Benton, Black Hawk, Bremer, Buchanan, Butler, Cedar, Chickasaw, Clayton, Delaware, Dubuque, Fayette, Grundy, Iowa, Johnson, Jones, Keokuk, Linn, Tama, Washington, and Winneshiek.) Number of Households Effective Buying Income

345,100 $14,741,506

Population Retail Sales

841,400 $12,293,804

ADI - Area of Dominant Influence Source: 2004 Survey of Buying Power, September 30, 2005, Sales and Marketing Management. 1

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School District Enrollment for the Cedar Rapids Area 2007-2008 Cedar Rapids Community School District Schools Grades Number of Schools Number of Teachers Elementary K-5 24 667 Middle Schools 6-8 6 334 High School 9-12 4 377 Special Education - - - Total 34 1,378

Enrollment 7,856 3,777 5,668 2,755 20,056

College Community School District Schools Grades Number of Schools Number of Teachers Enrollment Elementary K-5 4 148 2,017 Middle Schools 6-8 1 67 963 High School 9-12 1 78 1,281 Special Education - - - 537** Total 6 293 4,261* Linn Mar Community School District Schools Grades Number of Schools Number of Teachers Elementary K-5 6 203 Middle School 6-8 1 98 High School 9-12 1 105 Special Education - - - Total 8 406

Enrollment 2,739 1,255 1,645 632** 5,639

Marion Independent School District Schools Grades Number of Schools Number of Teachers Elementary K-3 2 51 Intermediate 4-5 1 27 Middle School 6-8 1 41 High School 8-12 1 53 Special Education - - - Total 5 172

Enrollment 615 312 424 653 n/a 2,708

Parochial Schools Schools Elementary/Middle High School Total

Grades K-8 9-12

Number of Schools Number of Teachers Enrollment 8 166 2,163 1 51 778 9 217 2,941

Total Cedar Rapids Metro Area Student Enrollment - 35,605 *Total for the Marion Independent School District includes home schooled children. ** Special Education enrollment has already been counted in the elementary, middle school and high school enrollment numbers so was not included in computing the total. Source: Each school district and The Catholic Education Office

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Demographics Composite American College Testing (ACT) Scores

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

C.R. Community School District College Community School District Linn Mar Community School District Marion Independent School District State of Iowa United States

23.0 23.5 23.1 23.4 23.4 23.7 21.9 22.1 22.7 21.8 21.6 22.5 23.4 23.1 23.3 23.1 23.7 24.2 21.7 21.8 21.8 22.5 21.1 22.6 22.0 22.0 22.0 22.0 22.0 22.1 21.0 20.8 20.8 20.9 20.9 21.1

Source: Each School District

High School Graduation Rates & Post Secondary Education Attendance Rates Cedar College Linn Rapids Community Mar Percent of High School sSeniors Who Graduate 93 Percent of High School Graduates who Attend a Post Secondary Institution 86

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Marion

Parochial Schools

Iowa

97 99 95 100 91

92

82

99

83

Source: Each School District; The Iowa State Dept. of Education

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Post Secondary Enrollment - 2007 Fall Enrollment

Coe College Four-year private, coed liberal arts college

Cornell College Four-year private, coed liberal arts college

Cedar Rapids

Enrollment 1,316

Mt. Vernon 1,092

Kaplan University Four-year private university

Cedar Rapids

Kirkwood Community College Two-year public, community college & vocational & technical training school

Cedar Rapids 15,091

Mount Mercy College Four-year private, coed liberal arts college

Cedar Rapids

University of Iowa Four-year public university and research institution

Iowa City

30,409

University of Northern Iowa Four-year public university

Cedar Falls

12,609

Iowa State University Four-year public university

Ames

26,160

Source: Each college and university, November 2007.

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Cable Television • •

Mediacom McLeodUSA ATS

Telecommunications Service

Local Service: • QWEST Communications • McLeodUSA • South Slope Cooperative Telephone Company

Long Distance Service: • AT&T • McLeodUSA • Verizon • Sprint • LCI International • South Slope Cooperative

• CTI Long Distance • Impulse

There is a fiber optic loop around the metro area and Cedar Rapids is located on one of the three main East-West backbone routes of a digital fiber optic network. There is a major digital switching facility in downtown Cedar Rapids that serves the Midwest. Also, there are several points-of-presence within the community.

Wireless Service • •

Verizon Wireless U.S. Cellular

• i Wireless/T-Mobile • Nextel

• Cingular • Sprint PCS

The Iowa Communications Network (ICN)

An advanced fiber optic telecommunications network linking educational and medical sites across the state. Iowa community colleges are among the leading users of the system offering seminars and workshops for business, industry and the professions. The ICN provides for interactive video and audio communicating among all parties at all participating sites.

Electric Service • •

Natural Gas Service

Alliant Energy-Interstate Power and Light Linn County REC

MidAmerican Energy Company

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Water Service

City of Cedar Rapids

Water Source: Alluvial Wells

Capacity of Plant: 65 million gallons per day Average Daily Consumption: 37.8 million gallons per day Peak Consumption: 52.4 million gallons per day Total Distribution Storage Capacity: 25 million gallons

Waste Water Treatment City of Cedar Rapids

Waste Water Treatment: Tertiary Plant

Design Capacity Daily Usage Hydraulic Capacity: 56 million gallons per day 38.4 million gallons per day BOD: 406,000 lbs. per day 241,000 lbs per day TKN: 19,300 lbs. per day 12,000 lbs per day TSS: 168,000 lbs per day 119,000 lbs. per day

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Cedar Rapids Average Monthly Temperature

JAN

FEB

MAR APR

MAY JUN

JUL

AUG SEP

OCT NOV DEC

HIGH LOW

26.5 13.7

38.8 23.0

47.7 24.8

69.3 46.3

84.8 62.1

83.1 59.8

63.6 40.7

Source: Internet http://www.crh.noaa.gov/

65.5 41.4

83.9 62.3

79.6 54.4

49.2 28.7

24.5 10.8

Cedar Rapids Average Monthly Precipitation

JAN

INCHES 1.96

FEB

MAR APR

MAY JUN JUL

AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC

1.33 0.98 2.33 4.23 3.25 2.13 2.81 3.73 0.67 2.68

Source: Internet http://www.crh.noaa.gov/

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Average Monthly Snowfall - Cedar Rapids, 2005

JAN

FEB

MAR APR

INCHES 15.4

4.4

1.2

MAY JUN

JUL

AUG SEP

0.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.0

Source: Internet http://www.crh.noaa.gov/

Miscellaneous Statistics Land Area.....................Iowa....................................................................56,276 square miles .................................................Linn County...................................................720 square miles Cedar Rapids................................................69.4 square miles Marion..............................................................15.06 square miles Hiawatha.........................................................5.0 square miles Source: Local City/County Offices

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Demographics Houses of Worship

Cedar Rapids Metro Area

Apostolic 4 Christian (Reformed) Assemblies of God 4 Christian Science Korean Church 1 Church of Christ Baha’i 1 Church of God Baptist 10 Church of God in Christ Baptist (American) 4 Church of Jesus Christ of Baptist (Independent) 10 Latter-day Saints Baptist (Missionary) 2 Community Baptist (Southern) 4 Episcopal Baptist (Conservative) 3 Evangelical Free Bible 9 Foursquare Gospel Brethren 3 Full Gospel Buddhist 1 Jehovah’s Witnesses Catholic 18 Lutheran Hispanic Ministry 1 Lutheran (ELCA) Charismatic 2 Lutheran (Missouri Synod) Christian 7 Methodist (African Episcopal) Christian (Disciples of Christ) 4 Methodist (Free) Christian & Missionary Alliance 2 Methodist (United)

1 1 5 7 3 4 2 2 2 1 3 2 20 8 5 1 2 21

Mosques 2 Nazarene 2 Non-Denominational 14 Open Bible Standard 1 Orthodox Eastern 3 Pentecostal 2 Presbyterian 16 Presbyterian Church in America 1 Reformed Church In America 1 Religious Society of Friends 1 Community of Christ 1 Salvation Army 1 Seventh Day Adventist 2 Synagogues 1 Unitarian Universalist 1 United Church of Christ 4 Unity 1 Vineyard Christian Fellowship 1 Wesleyan 2

Source: Churches United and McLeodUSA Telephone Directory.

Recreation Facilities

Number of Facilities in Cedar Rapids Metro Area

Public Golf Courses 7 Country Clubs 3 Ball Fields 50+ Soccer Fields (outdoor) 36 Soccer Fields (indoor) 3 Volleyball Courts (indoor) 12 Volleyball Courts (sand) 23 Public Tennis Courts 50+ Ice Skating Rinks (outdoor) 3 Ice Skating Rinks (indoor) 2 Walking Trails 6

Toboggan Run 1 Public Parks 75+ Public Aquatic Centers (outdoor) 5 Public Swimming Pool (indoor) 1 Bowling Centers 5 Auto Race Track 1 YMCA 3 locations Movie Theaters 37 IMAX Theater 1 Skate Park 1 Libraries 4 Public

*Included in museum total. Source: Cedar Rapids Area Convention & Visitors Bureau.

Area Museums 16 Art Museums 2* Children's Museum 1* History Museums 7* Historic Sites 4* Historic Village 1* Science Station 1* Art Centers 2 Community Theatre 1 Symphony 1 Public Libraries 4

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Linn County Licensed Day Care Facilities*

Centers 103 Preschools 36 In-home providers 307 TOTAL 446

*There are also an estimated 623 unlicensed day care facilities located in Linn County.

Source: Iowa Department of Human Services.

United Way of East Central Iowa 1030 5th Avenue SE. Suite 100 Cedar Rapids, IA 52403 Phone: 319-398-5372 http://www.uweci.org

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Demographics Number of Practicing Physicians, by Specialty Linn County

Allergy Anesthesiology Cardiology Cardiovascular Surgery Dermatology Family Practice Family Practice Residents General Surgery Internal Medicine Neonatology Neurology Neurosurgery Occupational Health OBGYN Oncology

4 31 19 2 5 86 19 8 32 4 8 3 1 16 10

Ophthalmology Orthopedic Otolaryngology Pathology Pediatrics Plastic Surgery Psychiatry Radiation Oncology Radiology Rehabilitation Rheumatology Trauma Urology Urgent Care

15 16 4 9 28 3 16 3 25 2 3 16 7 6

Total Practicing Physicians: 401

Source: Linn County Medical Society

Number of Hospital Employees Cedar Rapids St. Luke's Mercy Medical Hospital Center Doctors 405 381 Professional Nurses 780 670 Staff (full and part-time) 2,790 2,113 Iowa City Mercy University of Iowa Veterans Affairs Iowa City Health Care Medical Center Doctors 170 1,428 123 Professional Nurses 460 1,567 242 Staff (full and part-time) 1,250 7,638 1,641 Note: The Cedar Rapids/Iowa City Technology Corridor is made up of Linn and Johnson Counties Source: St. Lukes Hospital, Mercy Medical Center and Internet www.icgov.org/documents/demoinfo.pdf

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Crime Statistics for Cedar Rapids 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Murder 3 2 4 0 1 5 Robbery 74 92 91 84 124 140 Assault (aggravated/simple) 1,263 1,223 1,260 1,131 1,129 1,109 Forcible Rape 39 39 50 52 44 43 Theft/Larceny 3,317 5,596 5,216 4,293 5,017 4,902 Domestic Abuse 870 803 669 608 626 659 Burglary 1,172 1,053 1,128 1,365 1,077 1,055 Vehicle Theft 343 264 340 261 235 233 Financial Crimes* 356 184 174 273 273 277 * Includes forgery, embezzlement, counterfeiting, ATM fraud Source: The Cedar Rapids Police Department

Violent Crime in Linn County

2003

2004

Murder

1

3

3

4

1

2

Forcible Rape

35

59

65

56

55

59

Robbery

97

102

109

106

84

124

Aggravated Assault

262

275

312

313

354

330

Violent Crime Total

395

439

489

479

494

515

Source: http://www.infoiowa.state.ia.us/DPS/2003/iacrime

2002

2001

58

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City of Cedar Rapids Telephone List

For all extensions use the prefix 286 unless noted differently. Information - City Departments 5012 Phone: Airport 362-8336 Animal Shelter/Control 848-7373 Assessor 5888 Building, Housing & Zoning 5831 Building Inspections 5837 Electrical Inspections 5834 Mechanical Inspections 5833 Plats/Conditions 5835 Plumbing Inspections 5832 Zoning and Sign Inspections 5166 City Attorney 5025 City Bus Service 5573 City Clerk 5060 Controller - Auditor 5006 Development 5041 Emergency Management 363-2671 Engineering Department 5802 Fire Department 5200 U.S. Cellular Center Administration Office 398-5211 Ticketmaster 363-1888 Box Office Information 362-1729 Five Seasons Transportation 5567 Bus Schedules & Information 5573 Forestry Department 5747 Golf Courses Ellis 5589 Jones 5581 Gardner 5586 Twin Pines 5583 Golf Dept. 5588 Housing Inspection 5872 Human Resources Department 5000 Safety & Health Services 5034 JTPA & Promise Jobs 398-5105 Landfill 398-5163 Licenses, City 5060 Library (Main) 398-5123 West Side Branch 390-7806 Mayor's Office 5051 Paramount Theater 398-5211

Parks & Recreation Parks Department 5760 Recreation Department 5731 Police Department Emergency only 911 Routine Business 5491 Crime Prevention 5440 Headquarters (Information) 5378 Narcotics 5420 Traffic 5356 Youth Services 5414 C.R. Crime Stoppers 800-272-7463 Regional Planning Commission 5067 Renaissance Group 398-0449 Sewer Maintenance Department 5815 Solid Waste Management 5897 Street Maintenance Department 5826 Traffic Engineering 5176 Ushers Ferry Historic Village 5763 Veterans Memorial Coliseum 5038 Stadium 363-3887 Water Department 5900 Water Pollution Control Facilities 5286

Internet http://www.cedar-rapids.org

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City of Marion Telephone List

For all extensions use the prefix 377 unless noted differently. Phone: Building Inspection 743-6330 City Manager 743-6301 City Clerk 743-6350 Engineering Department 743-6340 Fire Department Headquarters 8237 Library - Marion Public 3412 Parks and Recreation Department 4846 Marion Community Center 4846 Congregate Meal Program 4846 Oak Shade Cemetary 4846 Marion Arts Council 4846 Marion Municipal Pool 1654 Planning and Zoning 743-6320

Police Department Emergency Only 911 Police Services 373-1511 Chief's Office 4006 Narcotics 373-3258 Records 7889 Post Office 2818 Public Service Department Solid Waste/Recycling Collection 6367 Sewer Maintenance 6367 Street Maintenance 6367 Water Department 743-6310 Pumping Station 1381 Well No 3 2176

Internet http://www.cityofmarion.org

City of Hiawatha Telephone List

For all extensions use the prefix 393 unless noted differently. Phone: Building/Zoning Inspectors 294-2929 Parks and Recreation Department 1515 City Hall 1515 Police Department Community Center 9348 Emergency 911 Fire Emergency 911 Non Emergency 1212 Business/Information 1515 Post Office 2383 Fire Station Non-Emergency 4180 Water Department 5556 Library 1414 Internet http://www.hiawatha-iowa.com

City of Robins Telephone List City Hall 393-0588 Fire Emergency 911 Non Emergency 366-5055 Police Emergency 911 Non Emergency 366-5055

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Linn County Telephone List

For all extensions use the prefix 892 unless noted differently. Information 5005 Assessor 5220 Attorneys 6340 Auditor 5300 Board of Supervisors 5000 Community Services, Core 5600 Conservation Department Camping & Outdoor Recreation 6450 Lodge & Shelter Reservations 6450 District Court 398-3920 Clerk of Court 398-3411 Court Administrator 398-3920 Drivers License 152 Collins Road NE 377-6461 Employee Relations 5120 Engineer 6400

Finance and Budget 5010 Humane Society-Cedar Valley 362-6288 Jail 6300 Juvenile Detention Center 5736 Landfill 377-5290 Public Health Department 6000 Mental Health Department 5620 Motor Vehicle Department 5500 Planning & Zoning 5130 Recorder 5420 Secondary Roads (Engineering) 6400 Sheriff 6100 Treasurer 5500 Voter Registration 5300

Internet http://www.co.linn.ia.us

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