The population count of Colorado was 5,197,580 in 2014.

Population

Population Change

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Demographics and Population Datasets Involving Colorado

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    Colorado Population Projections

    data.colorado.gov | Last Updated 2016-02-08T22:20:20.000Z

    This dataset contains data on the actual and projected population by gender and age from 1990-2040.

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    Annual Census Population Estimates for Colorado Counties

    data.colorado.gov | Last Updated 2016-07-05T17:59:36.000Z

    Annual population estimates every year from 1900-2014 from the US Census Bureau for Colorado Counties.

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    Income Data for Colorado Counties

    data.colorado.gov | Last Updated 2017-03-30T16:27:43.000Z

    Income data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis and Census for the State of Colorado and counties, including FIPS codes. Updated monthly, and and extending back to 1929. Data is aggregated and updated by Median Household Income from the United States Census and by Total Personal Income and from the Per Capita Personal Income by the Bureau of Economic Analysis. Both income and population are aggregated and reported.

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    Colorado County Seats

    data.colorado.gov | Last Updated 2014-12-17T21:40:19.000Z

    Colorado's counties and their county seat along with EPA FIPS codes.

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    Professional and Occupational Licenses for Colorado

    data.colorado.gov | Last Updated 2017-03-30T08:11:24.000Z

    This data is updated nightly and is intended for research purposes only. The Division of Professions and Occupations makes no guarantee as to the accuracy or completeness of the information. If you are looking for consumer protection information, the primary source for this data, updated in real time, is available at: • Individual search information: www.colorado.gov/dora/licensing/Lookup/GenerateRoster.aspx • Group Download information: www.colorado.gov/dora/licensing/Lookup/LicenseLookup.aspx License types include Accountancy, Architects, Landscape Architects, Private Investigators, Professional Engineers, Professional Land Surveyors, Acupuncture, Addiction Counselors, Chiropractors, Dental, Direct-Entry, Midwives, Hearing Aid Providers, Marriage & Family Therapists, Massage Therapists, Medical, Naturopathic Medicine, Nursing, Nursing Home Administrators, Occupational Therapy, Optometry, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Podiatry, Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP), Professional Counselors, Psychologists, Registered Psychotherapy, Respiratory Therapy, Social Work, Speech-Language Pathology, Surgical Assistant & Surgical Technologist, Athletic Trainers, Audiologists, Barbers, Cosmetologists, Estheticians, Hairstylists, Nail Technicians, Electrical, Funeral Home & Crematory, Outfitters, Passenger Tramway, Plumbing, Boxing, Veterinary.

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    District Student Mobility/Stability Statistics for 2011-2012 by Gender & Race/Ethnicity

    data.colorado.gov | Last Updated 2014-12-19T21:36:25.000Z

    The 2011-12 school year marked the sixth year in which the Colorado Department of Education calculated and reported student mobility rates. In addition, this year the state began reporting stability rates. The stability rate represents the number and percent of students who remained at a school/district without interruption throughout the school year.

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    Chicago Microlending Institute (CMI) Microloans - Summary by Ethnicity and Gender

    data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2016-02-26T15:24:04.000Z

    To improve access to capital, the City of Chicago seeded a $2MM revolving loan fund and partnered with Accion to create the Chicago Microlending Institute (CMI). There is a full list of loans in the https://data.cityofchicago.org/id/dpkg-upyz dataset. Certain data elements could not be included for privacy reasons but are summarized in this dataset. Loans without a date are not included in the summary.

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    Rents by Type of Apartment for Colorado

    data.colorado.gov | Last Updated 2016-03-31T06:54:44.000Z

    Average rents and vacancies distributed by type of apartment for regions across Colorado dating back to 2006 as defined by the Colorado Department of Local Affairs Housing Division. Building size is defined by number of bedrooms, and regions are defined as: Alamosa, Aspen, Buena Vista, Canon City, Central Mountains, Colorado Springs, Durango, Eagle County, Fort Collins/Loveland, Fort Morgan/Brush, Glenwood Springs, Grand Junction, Greeley, Gunnison, Lake County, Montrose, Pueblo, Salida, Southeastern Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Sterling, Central and Metro Average. Counties include: Summit, Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder/Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, Jefferson.

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    Vacancies by Age of Building for Colorado

    data.colorado.gov | Last Updated 2016-03-31T06:53:26.000Z

    Average rents and vacancies distributed by age of building structure for regions across Colorado dating back to 2006 as defined by the Colorado Department of Local Affairs Housing Division. Building Age grouped by decade, and regions are defined as: Alamosa, Aspen, Buena Vista, Canon City, Central Mountains, Colorado Springs, Durango, Eagle County, Fort Collins/Loveland, Fort Morgan/Brush, Glenwood Springs, Grand Junction, Greeley, Gunnison, Lake County, Montrose, Pueblo, Salida, Southeastern Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Sterling, Central and Metro Average. Counties include: Summit, Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder/Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, Jefferson.

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    Vacancies by Size of Building for Colorado

    data.colorado.gov | Last Updated 2016-03-31T06:54:24.000Z

    Average rents and vacancies distributed by size of building structure for regions across Colorado dating back to 2006 as defined by the Colorado Department of Local Affairs Housing Division. Building size is defined by number of units, and regions are defined as: Alamosa, Aspen, Buena Vista, Canon City, Central Mountains, Colorado Springs, Durango, Eagle County, Fort Collins/Loveland, Fort Morgan/Brush, Glenwood Springs, Grand Junction, Greeley, Gunnison, Lake County, Montrose, Pueblo, Salida, Southeastern Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Sterling, Central and Metro Average. Counties include: Summit, Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder/Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, Jefferson.