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Beyond the Census: Danville Population Factors

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This is an analysis of additional factors impacting the population and retail trade area of Danville/Boyle County, Kentucky, that are critical to commercial development.

This is an analysis of additional factors impacting the population and retail trade area of Danville/Boyle County, Kentucky, that are critical to commercial development.

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  • 1. A CLOSER LOOK BEYOND THE CENSUS Key Factors Impacting Danville’s Population & Trade AreaThe 2010 United States Census calculates a Danville city population of 16,218 as part of a BoyleCounty total population of 28,432. This is a densely-populated area within a county measuring only180 square miles, Kentucky’s ninth smallest county in geographic area. However, these baseresident population counts overlook key measurements.  Micropolitan Statistical Area: The Danville Micropolitan Statistical Area comprises both Boyle and Lincoln Counties, Kentucky. The total 2010 population of the Danville Micro is 53,174. By definition of the U.S. Census Bureau, a micro area contains an urban core of at least 10,000 (but less than 50,000) population. Each micro area consists of one or more counties and includes the counties containing the core urban area, as well as any adjacent counties that have a high degree of social and economic integration (as measured by commuting to work) with the urban core. Lincoln County is the #1 source for commuting workforce to Boyle County via US 150 South and US 127 South.  Students: The student population of Centre College numbers 1300 students. Centre College is primarily a residential campus, where all students are encouraged to reside on campus. Further, in addition to Centre, there are three (3) other non-residential college campuses in Danville: Eastern Kentucky University, Bluegrass Community & Technical College, and National College. These campuses together have approximately 2500 students—most of which commute from Boyle or six (6) surrounding counties. Therefore, there are approximately 3800 students not accounted for in Census data.  Employees: Per U.S. Census figures, approximately 50% of Boyle County’s workforce commutes from outside Boyle County to work every day; however, only 27% of Boyle County residents commute out of the county to work. As a result, Boyle County experiences a daily 23% increase in population from our in-bound commuting workforce. All of the county’s largest employers employ a high proportion of out-of-county residents among their total number of employees: 18 largest industries, 3057 employees; Ephraim McDowell Health, 1269 employees; Centre College, 412 employees; Walmart SuperCenter, 384 employees; Northpoint Training Center, 265 employees; Norfolk Southern Railroad, 200 employees; Kentucky School for the Deaf, 135 employees; and Farmers National Bank, 119 employees.  Retail Trade Area: Per Neilsen Claritas SiteReports, Danville’s retail trade area in 2011 reaches a population of 106,690 within a minimum 20-mile radius which is inclusive of portions of six neighboring counties to Boyle. Danville’s retail trade area actually extends further south into Casey and Lincoln Counties (over 25 miles) while splitting the distance difference for consumers residing between Danville and its competitor cities of Campbellsville, Bardstown, Frankfort, Nicholasville, Richmond, and Somerset.