The GDP per capita of Idaho Falls Metro Area (ID) was $38,787 in 2016. The GDP per capita of Pueblo Metro Area (CO) was $26,031 in 2016.

GDP

Real (inflation adjusted) GDP per Capita over time.

Change in GDP

Annual change in real GDP.

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is a measure of the value of all goods and services produced in a region minus the value of the goods and services used up in production. Real GDP is adjusted for changes in the value of money (inflation and deflation) so that values can be compared between years. Data is available for U.S. states and metropolitan areas.

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Economy and Gross Domestic Product Datasets Involving Pueblo Metro Area (CO) or Idaho Falls Metro Area (ID)

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    Hours Worked by Employees in Colorado

    data.colorado.gov | Last Updated 2018-11-08T21:25:32.000Z

    Estimated employment counts by month and industry with hours worked by industry from Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE), since 1990.

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    Vacancies by Age of Building for Colorado 2016

    data.colorado.gov | Last Updated 2018-06-12T23:47:33.000Z

    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 (DOLA).

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    Rents by Type of Apartment in Colorado 2016

    data.colorado.gov | Last Updated 2018-06-12T23:59:22.000Z

    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 (DOLA).

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    Vacancies by Size of Building in Colorado 2016

    data.colorado.gov | Last Updated 2018-06-12T23:58:52.000Z

    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 (DOLA).

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    Vacancies by Type of Apartment in Colorado 2016

    data.colorado.gov | Last Updated 2018-06-13T00:11:48.000Z

    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 (DOLA).

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    Rents by Size of Building in Colorado 2016

    data.colorado.gov | Last Updated 2018-06-13T00:07:30.000Z

    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 (DOLA).

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    Rents by Age of Building in Colorado 2016

    data.colorado.gov | Last Updated 2018-06-13T00:05:15.000Z

    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 (DOLA).

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    Schedule A Part II: General Fund Revenues and Other Financing Sources

    data.mass.gov | Last Updated 2016-05-26T13:56:59.000Z

    The Annual City and Town Financial Report, Schedule A, is a year-end statement of revenues and other financing sources, expenditures and other financing uses, changes in fund balances, certain balance sheet and other information. Under state statute, the Director of Accounts is required to collect this information from all communities by October 31 each year. Part I is a report of all taxes, state aid and unrestricted local receipts, including all school related revenue, but exclusive of general and education offsets. All revenue is reported on a net basis, that is, after adjusting for refunds. Revenues are reported on a cash basis for all categories, with the exception of Real and Personal Property Taxes and Earnings on Investments.

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    Parking Permit Zones

    data.cityofchicago.org | Last Updated 2018-11-09T06:33:17.000Z

    This dataset contains all those street segments (individually uniquely identified by Record ID) that have been designated as belonging to a “Residential Parking Zone.” Residential Parking Zones are established by passage of legislation through the Chicago City Council; this data set is updated daily, but major update installments typically occur shortly after City Council Meetings (where/when legislation affecting zones – such as zone creation or zone modification – occurs). (See City Council Meeting schedule: https://chicago.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx.) The collection of street segments for a single zone (collectively identified by Zone number) are not required to constitute a seamless polygon; however, they must be contiguous; in this sense, “Zones” often closer resemble a collection of intersecting segments rather than an unbroken area. Segments are commonly categorized as being either “Standard” or “Buffer”: Standard means that signs exist on the street segment beginning at the low-point and ending at the high-point; Buffer means that physical signs do not exist for that zone on that physical street, but residents of addresses within that segment shall have the privilege to purchase zone products (daily permits and annual passes) for that zone, as if physical signs were installed. (In this way, segments designated as ‘Buffer’ can in fact overlap with either other buffers and/or standard segments.) Physical signs will display the zone number and the day/times when the zone restriction is in effect, e.g., “All Times” / “Anytime”; “Monday through Friday”; “6am – 6pm All Days.” During restricted days/times, any vehicle parked in the zone which does not display a valid unexpired zone product (either a daily permit or an annual pass printed on the City Vehicle Sticker) is subject to ticketing/enforcement. Read more about Residential Zone Parking and eligibility to purchase zoned products: http://chicityclerk.com/city-stickers-parking/about-residential-parking.

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    LinkNYC Locations

    data.cityofnewyork.us | Last Updated 2018-10-25T17:43:51.000Z

    LinkNYC is replacing the City’s outdated public telephones with a network of kiosks that provide free high-speed Wi-Fi, nationwide calling, a dedicated 911 button, charging ports for mobile devices, and access to selected websites. This dataset lists locations where a LinkNYC kiosk has been installed, including sites that have replaced public pay telephones (PPT) and new sites that have been reviewed by community and elected officials. The Project Status field indicates whether the Link is already active or is still in the process of being connected to electric power and telecommunications fiber.