Newton

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  1. Newton Legal Resources
  2. Newton Statistics
  3. Newton Property/Housing/Real Estate Information
  4. Newton Employment Information
  5. Newton Family Information
  6. Newton Education Information
  7. Newton Business Information
  8. Newton Public Benefits Information
  9. Newton Criminal Information
  10. Newton Immigration & Civil Rights Information
  11. Newton Zip Codes


Newton Legal Resources

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Newton Statistics

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  • Population (2000): 83,829
  • Land Area (2000): 46.756 square kilometers
  • Water Area (2000): 0.386 square kilometers
  • Average Daily / Average High Temperature In Fahrenheit (Celsius) In January (1961-1990): 28.6186 (-1.9) / (-17.8)
  • Average Daily / Average High Temperature In Fahrenheit (Celsius) In July (1961-1990): 73.5186 (23.1) / 81.8186 (27.7)
  • Average Annual Heating Degree Days (1961-1990): 5,641
  • Average Annual Cooling Degree Days (1961-1990): 678
  • Average Annual Precipitation (1961-1990): 42 inches
  • Local Time(s):
  • Area Code(s): 617
  • Alias(es) (2003): NEWTON, NEWTONVILLE, RIVERSIDE, BOSTON CLG, BOSTON COLLEGE, BROOKLINE, CHESTNUT HILL, NEW TOWN, NEWTON, NEWTON, NEWTON, NEWTON, NEWTON, NEWTON, NEWTON, NEWTON CENTER, NEWTON CENTRE, NEWTON CNTR, NEWTON CTR, NEWTON HIGHLANDS, NEWTON HLDS, NEWTON L F, NEWTON LOWER FALLS, NEWTON U F, NEWTON UPPER FALLS, NEWTONVILLE, NEWTONVILLE

Newton Population By Year


Year  Population Year  Population Year  Population
1999 80,711 2002 Not Available 2005 83,570
2000 82,400 2003 83,953 2006 83,658
2001 84,228 2004 84,101 2007 82,731

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Houses (2000): 32,112
Very Low Income (VLI) Owner Households (2000): 1,905
Very Low Income (VLI) Renter Households (2000): 2,336
Newton Real Estate Lawyers provide services for home buying/selling, commercial real estate, leases, landlord tenant, construction, land use and zoning laws. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.


Newton Employment Information

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Employment (2003): 13,062
Payroll (2003) / (1Q 2003): $663,948,000 / $148,740,000

Newton Labor Force By Month


Year Labor Force  Employed Unemployment
 Total Percent Rate
1990 47,892 46,233 1,659 3.46% 35
1991 47,254 45,051 2,203 4.66% 47
1992 47,491 45,104 2,386 5.02% 50
1993 47,619 45,766 1,853 3.89% 39
1994 48,453 46,858 1,596 3.29% 33
1995 45,972 44,470 1,501 3.27% 33
1996 46,266 45,204 1,062 2.30% 23
1997 47,398 46,301 1,096 2.31% 23
1998 47,636 46,812 824 1.73% 17
1999 47,905 47,091 813 1.70% 17
2000 47,343 46,486 857 1.81% 18
2001 47,506 46,216 1,290 2.71% 27
2002 47,141 45,283 1,859 3.94% 39
2003 46,835 44,923 1,912 4.08% 41
2004 46,353 44,732 1,621 3.50% 35
2005 46,299 44,741 1,558 3.36% 34
2006 46,018 44,490 1,529 3.32% 33
2007 46,343 44,979 1,364 2.94% 30
2008 46,511 45,039 1,472 3.16% 32
Month Labor Force  Employed Unemployment
 Total Percent Rate
Jan 2008 46,355 44,921 1,434 3.09% 31
Feb 2008 46,117 44,826 1,291 2.80% 28
Mar 2008 46,215 45,000 1,215 2.63% 26
Apr 2008 46,126 45,090 1,036 2.25% 22
May 2008 46,056 44,550 1,506 3.27% 33
Jun 2008 47,085 45,235 1,850 3.93% 39
Jul 2008 47,239 45,618 1,621 3.43% 34
Aug 2008 47,037 45,490 1,547 3.29% 33
Sep 2008 46,367 44,621 1,746 3.77% 38
Oct, 2008 -- -- -- --% --
Nov, 2008 -- -- -- --% --
Dec, 2008 -- -- -- --% --

Newton Employment By Industry


 Male, with percent of employed male population
1. Professional / Scientific / Tech Services 4,486 19.81%
2. Educational Services 2,720 12.01%
3. Health Care 2,676 11.82%
4. Finance and Insurance 1,684 7.44%
5. Construction 840 3.71%
6. Public Administration 793 3.50%
7. Computer and Electronic Manufacturing 774 3.42%
8. Accommodation and Food Services 682 3.01%
9. Admin, Support, and Waste Management 602 2.66%
10. Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 595 2.63%
11. Publishing / Movie / Sound Recording Industries 475 2.10%
12. Info Services and Data Processing 421 1.86%
13. Arts / Entertainment / Recreation 402 1.78%
14. Radio, Television, and Computer Stores 389 1.72%
15. Food and Beverage Stores 362 1.60%
16. Miscellaneous Manufacturing 337 1.49%
17. Broadcasting and Telecommunications 289 1.28%
18. Religious / Grantmaking / Civic / Similar Organizations 260 1.15%
19. Other Transportation 258 1.14%
20. Chemical Manufacturing 199 0.88%
 Female, with percent of employed female population
1. Educational Services 4,368 19.52%
2. Health Care 3,807 17.02%
3. Professional / Scientific / Tech Services 3,234 14.45%
4. Finance and Insurance 1,696 7.58%
5. Social Assistance 779 3.48%
6. Religious / Grantmaking / Civic / Similar Organizations 702 3.14%
7. Admin, Support, and Waste Management 624 2.79%
8. Public Administration 598 2.67%
9. Accommodation and Food Services 578 2.58%
10. Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 499 2.23%
11. Arts / Entertainment / Recreation 482 2.15%
12. Info Services and Data Processing 444 1.98%
13. Publishing / Movie / Sound Recording Industries 380 1.70%
14. Broadcasting and Telecommunications 266 1.19%
15. Clothing and Apparel Including Shoes 248 1.11%
16. Food and Beverage Stores 245 1.10%
17. Personal and Laundry Services 240 1.07%
18. Computer and Electronic Manufacturing 230 1.03%
19. Miscellaneous Manufacturing 202 0.90%
20. Construction 180 0.80%

Newton Employment By Job


 Male, with percent of employed male population
1. Computer Specialists 1,612 7.12%
2. Other Management Occupations 1,588 7.01%
3. Physicians and Surgeons 1,438 6.35%
4. Lawyers 1,340 5.92%
5. Other Sales and Related Occupations 1,083 4.78%
6. Sales Reps / Wholesale and Manufact 1,056 4.66%
7. Postsecondary Teachers 1,002 4.42%
8. Top Executives 891 3.93%
9. Business Operations Specialists 867 3.83%
10. Engineers 781 3.45%
11. Retail Sales, Not cashiers 568 2.51%
12. Accountants and Auditors 501 2.21%
13. Life and Physical Scientists 483 2.13%
14. Other Office and Admin Support 444 1.96%
15. Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance 405 1.79%
16. Other Financial Specialists 379 1.67%
17. Media and Communications Workers 373 1.65%
18. Advertising / Marketing / PR / Sales 371 1.64%
19. Financial Managers 350 1.55%
20. Operations Managers Non Finance 338 1.49%
 Female, with percent of employed female population
1. Other Management Occupations 1,364 6.10%
2. Business Operations Specialists 1,000 4.47%
3. Teachers, Pre/Primary School 956 4.27%
4. Other Sales and Related Occupations 948 4.24%
5. Secretaries and Admins 894 4.00%
6. Other Office and Admin Support 893 3.99%
7. Computer Specialists 839 3.75%
8. Registered Nurses 778 3.48%
9. Postsecondary Teachers 771 3.45%
10. Physicians and Surgeons 755 3.37%
11. Other Teachers / Instructors / Librarians 631 2.82%
12. Advertising / Marketing / PR / Sales 604 2.70%
13. Counselors / Social Workers / Etc. 593 2.65%
14. Lawyers 577 2.58%
15. Informaion and Record Clerks, Not Customer Service 565 2.53%
16. Accountants and Auditors 562 2.51%
17. Art and Design Workers 495 2.21%
18. Sales Reps / Wholesale and Manufact 493 2.20%
19. Media and Communications Workers 492 2.20%
20. Retail Sales, Not cashiers 443 1.98%

Newton Hours Worked Per Week In 1999

Hours Per Week  Population Percent
35 or more hours 39,025 57.34%
15-35 hours 9,174 13.48%
1-14 hours 2,973 4.37%
No regular hours 16,891 24.82%

Newton Time Left For Work

Time  Population Percent
Midnight-4:59 AM 373 0.90%
5 AM-5:29 AM 350 0.85%
5:30 AM-5:59 AM 662 1.60%
6 AM-6:29 AM 1,444 3.49%
6:30 AM-6:59 AM 2,439 5.90%
7 AM-7:29 AM 5,497 13.30%
7:30 AM-7:59 AM 8,394 20.31%
8 AM-8:29 AM 8,823 21.35%
8:30 AM-8:59 AM 4,453 10.78%
9:00 AM-9:59 AM 3,835 9.28%
10:00 AM-10:59 AM 1,469 3.55%
11:00 AM-11:59 AM 552 1.34%
Noon-3:59 PM 1,789 4.33%
4 PM-11:59 PM 1,243 3.01%

Newton Length Of Commute In Minutes

Minutes  Population Percent
Less than 5 851 2.06%
5-9 3,151 7.63%
10-14 4,659 11.27%
15-19 5,477 13.25%
20-24 6,889 16.67%
25-29 3,277 7.93%
30-34 7,167 17.34%
35-39 1,802 4.36%
40-44 2,138 5.17%
45-59 3,787 9.16%
60-89 1,595 3.86%
At least 90 530 1.28%

Newton Length Of Commute In Mintues - Public vs. Private Transportation


Minutes  Population (public) Percent  Population (private) Percent
Under 30 1,047 2.53% 23,257 56.28%
30-44 1,985 4.80% 9,122 22.07%
45-59 1,523 3.69% 2,264 5.48%
At least 60 890 2.15% 1,235 2.99%

Newton Type Of Commute

Type Population Percent
 Bicycle 158 0.36%
 Car / truck / van, carpool 3,046 6.89%
 Car / truck / van, solo 30,252 68.42%
 Motorcycle 10 0.02%
 Other 295 0.67%
 Public transportation 5,445 12.31%
 Walked 2,117 4.79%
 Worked at home 2,894 6.54%

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Newton Family Information

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Households (2000): 31,221 (78,276 people)
Families (2000): 20,626 (62,742 people)
Families where both partners work (2000): 10,412
People at same address in 1995: 47,588

Newton Household Income in 1999


Income Population Percent
Under $10,000 1,314 4.21%
$10,000-$14,999 1,105 3.54%
$15,000-$19,999 777 2.49%
$20,000-$24,999 812 2.60%
$25,000-$29,999 841 2.69%
$30,000-$34,999 1,017 3.26%
$35,000-$39,999 1,063 3.40%
$40,000-$44,999 934 2.99%
$45,000-$49,999 900 2.88%
$50,000-$59,999 2,052 6.57%
$60,000-$74,999 2,818 9.03%
$75,000-$99,999 4,226 13.54%
$100,000-$124,999 3,241 10.38%
$125,000-$149,999 2,419 7.75%
$150,000-$199,999 3,106 9.95%
$200,000 or more 4,596 14.72%

Newton Household Type

Type Population Percent
 Nonfamily, 1 person 7,958 25.51%
 Family, 2 people 8,515 27.29%
 Nonfamily, 2 people 1,924 6.17%
 Family, 3 people 4,834 15.49%
 Nonfamily, 3 people 555 1.78%
 Family, 4 people 4,711 15.10%
 Nonfamily, 4 people 179 0.57%
 Family, 5 people 1,761 5.64%
 Nonfamily, 5 people 60 0.19%
 Family, 6 people 495 1.59%
 Nonfamily, 6 people 21 0.07%
 Family, 7 or more people 169 0.54%
 Nonfamily, 7 or more people 19 0.06%

Newton Household Income Type

Type  Population Percent
Earnings 26,063 27.42%
Interest / Dividend / Rent 20,315 21.37%
Public Assistance 425 0.45%
Retirement 4,576 4.81%
Self Employment 6,898 7.26%
Social Security 8,091 8.51%
Supplemental Security 907 0.95%
Wage / Salary 24,705 25.99%
Other 3,072 3.23%

Newton Family Type

Type Population Percent
 No children under 18 9,156 51.55%
 With children under 18 8,606 48.45%

Newton Marital Status - Male (for those 15+ in 2000)

Type Population Percent
 Divorced 1,361 4.33%
 Married 19,187 60.99%
 Never Married 10,127 32.19%
 Widowed 784 2.49%

Newton Marital Status - Female (for those 15+ in 2000)

Type Population Percent
 Divorced 2,761 7.33%
 Married 19,614 52.07%
 Never Married 11,760 31.22%
 Widowed 3,533 9.38%

Newton Family Lawyers help clients with family law issues, such as marriage, divorce, domestic partnerships, adoptions, paternity, annulment, child support, custody, division of property, alimony, palimony, restraining orders, spousal support, uncontested divorce and visitation rights. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.


Newton Education Information

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Newton Highest Degree Earned (18 or older)

Degree Population Percent
 Less than 9th grade 1,355 2.05%
 9th-12th grade, no diploma 2,356 3.57%
 High school diploma or equivalent 8,526 12.91%
 Some college, no degree 10,332 15.64%
 Associate degree 2,515 3.81%
 Bachelors degree 18,429 27.89%
 Graduate or professional degree 22,554 34.14%

Newton Population In School (3 or older)

School Level  In Public School Percent  In Private School Percent Total Percent
Nursery or preschool 512 0.61% 1,521 1.81% 2,033 2.43%
Kindergarten 670 0.80% 192 0.23% 862 1.03%
Grades 1-4 3,452 4.12% 586 0.70% 4,038 4.82%
Grades 5-8 3,564 4.25% 682 0.81% 4,246 5.07%
Grades 9-12 3,285 3.92% 803 0.96% 4,088 4.88%
Undergrad college 1,360 1.62% 5,630 6.72% 6,990 8.34%
Graduate or professional school 531 0.63% 1,846 2.20% 2,377 2.84%
Total 13,374 15.95% 11,260 13.43% 24,634 29.39%

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Newton Business Information

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Number of Businesses (2003): 1,323
Wholesale trade sales (2002): $1,437,432,000
Retail sales (2002): $1,150,231,000
Accommodation and foodservices sales (2002): $189,418,000
Newton Business Lawyers provide services for corporations, LLCs, partnerships, contracts, franchising and business litigation. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.


Newton Public Benefits Information

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Newton Above Or Below Poverty Level In 1999

Above/Below Population Percent
 At Or Above Poverty Level 75,021 95.69%
 Below Poverty Level 3,382 4.31%

Newton Government Finances By Year


Year  Property Taxes  Other Taxes  Intergov. Revenue  Utility Revenue  Employee Retirement Revenue  Other Revenue Total Revenue Salaries & Wages Total Debt Total Cash & Securities
1951 $8,324 $141 $2,588 $514 $190 $412 $12,028 $5,156 $10,358 $0
1952 $10,559 $131 $2,658 $551 $190 $452 $14,410 $7,639 $13,739 $0
1953 $10,473 $159 $2,564 $588 $190 $714 $14,529 $9,363 $13,493 $0
1954 $10,759 $155 $2,678 $746 $301 $737 $15,221 $9,678 $15,822 $8,888
1955 $12,474 $145 $3,036 $823 $329 $728 $17,390 $9,029 $16,020 $8,772
1956 $13,171 $150 $3,009 $891 $364 $1,073 $18,508 $9,361 $16,947 $9,292
1957 $13,586 $152 $3,662 $977 $394 $742 $19,361 $10,712 $17,944 $10,248
1958 $15,360 $153 $3,039 $795 $468 $982 $20,644 $11,226 $17,360 $11,269
1959 $15,855 $160 $3,641 $808 $517 $1,665 $22,486 $12,492 $20,273 $14,479
1960 $17,159 $118 $3,687 $883 $580 $1,321 $23,630 $13,553 $19,639 $11,349
1961 $18,466 $123 $4,167 $833 $649 $1,373 $25,488 $14,730 $18,200 $10,951
1962 $20,850 $173 $4,137 $929 $680 $1,532 $28,128 $15,950 $17,250 $14,416
1963 $20,550 $139 $4,591 $1,115 $826 $1,908 $28,990 $17,150 $15,550 $14,765
1964 $20,550 $139 $4,591 $1,115 $826 $1,908 $28,990 $17,150 $15,550 $0
1965 $21,783 $117 $5,083 $1,129 $826 $1,710 $30,531 $18,376 $16,487 $0
1966 $23,940 $144 $4,616 $1,134 $826 $1,654 $32,170 $19,918 $15,694 $0
1967 $24,371 $84 $5,666 $1,041 $897 $1,640 $33,615 $20,822 $15,856 $18,058
1968 $26,207 $88 $8,341 $1,069 $897 $2,441 $38,955 $22,111 $16,969 $0
1969 $30,627 $91 $7,187 $1,152 $897 $2,207 $42,070 $26,469 $15,694 $0
1970 $33,354 $92 $6,160 $1,154 $897 $2,113 $43,678 $28,441 $15,284 $16,666
1971 $39,104 $95 $5,802 $1,183 $897 $2,210 $49,196 $33,014 $16,499 $16,649
1972 $41,992 $98 $5,343 $1,003 $1,624 $2,571 $52,533 $35,912 $27,000 $24,852
1973 $48,250 $132 $7,218 $1,332 $1,624 $2,791 $61,215 $39,184 $31,921 $29,239
1974 $48,221 $112 $7,008 $1,103 $1,624 $2,856 $60,812 $41,788 $28,312 $24,094
1975 $56,055 $145 $10,948 $1,704 $1,624 $2,787 $73,118 $48,279 $25,532 $28,899
1976 $58,965 $143 $15,145 $2,059 $1,624 $2,875 $80,668 $55,992 $21,489 $28,276
1977 $61,445 $152 $16,155 $2,198 $2,781 $2,620 $85,199 $53,432 $19,348 $42,488
1978 $64,581 $203 $27,445 $2,033 $3,385 $3,038 $100,482 $61,880 $16,239 $50,633
1979 $69,560 $258 $19,249 $2,117 $3,709 $3,311 $97,946 $57,131 $15,944 $52,060
1980 $72,576 $275 $24,889 $2,071 $4,048 $4,247 $107,831 $62,946 $14,406 $57,448
1981 $71,315 $376 $22,196 $2,395 $4,547 $5,223 $105,676 $65 $10,393 $60,000
1982 $68,602 $591 $19,352 $2,051 $5,113 $4,318 $99,436 $64,124 $9,845 $57,192
1983 $75,948 $833 $16,333 $2,882 $5,766 $6,021 $106,950 $63,140 $11,315 $64,787
1984 $77,759 $1,094 $17,710 $2,729 $6,467 $6,816 $111,481 $65,401 $9,095 $72,627
1985 $81,144 $1,403 $17,758 $2,988 $6,937 $6,330 $115,157 $67,220 $10,145 $81,151
1986 $85,541 $1,150 $20,392 $3,534 $8,678 $6,134 $124,279 $75,459 $9,345 $96,416
1987 $89,176 $2,354 $16,891 $3,284 $10,888 $8,375 $128,614 $80,930 $13,380 $112,625
1988 $91,479 $1,881 $21,411 $4,883 $10,134 $9,252 $137,159 $83,282 $15,735 $123,002
1989 $99,385 $2,200 $23,775 $5,473 $13,732 $12,386 $154,751 $90,414 $20,680 $130,489
1990 $108,227 $2,274 $22,257 $6,064 $7,568 $14,902 $159,018 $97,602 $16,566 $120,070
1991 $110,036 $2,308 $18,375 $6,909 $7,568 $19,387 $162,275 $98,515 $21,325 $123,004
1992 $118,711 $2,537 $13,190 $6,041 $14,374 $17,518 $169,834 $99,465 $20,120 $140,286
1993 $121,576 $2,352 $16,955 $6,077 $11,571 $19,067 $175,246 $77,240 $23,020 $164,920
1994 $126,864 $2,961 $18,226 $5,627 $11,571 $18,192 $180,480 $86,692 $22,663 $155,023
1995 $132,765 $2,931 $15,193 $7,530 $9,188 $20,849 $185,525 $92,793 $23,335 $159,594
1996 $136,769 $3,377 $21,890 $7,958 $9,188 $23,720 $199,525 $97,376 $24,948 $166,026
1997 $144,519 $3,436 $25,413 $7,820 $24,984 $23,616 $226,352 $106,753 $37,373 $237,267
1998 $147,376 $5,251 $23,834 $6,728 $24,984 $27,838 $230,760 $109,422 $29,657 $230,131
1999 $152,615 $4,567 $26,177 $8,219 $24,984 $26,448 $238,443 $112,704 $38,613 $230,480
2000 $159,624 $4,824 $34,434 $10,310 $24,984 $29,939 $259,291 $141,095 $36,371 $223,380
2001 $166,351 $4,909 $36,175 $9,414 $19,380 $28,495 $259,815 $132,876 $53,146 $236,120
2002 $171,869 $5,448 $36,367 $9,687 $16,585 $29,336 $263,844 $142,141 $71,550 $252,534
2003 $193,005 $5,460 $38,448 $9,687 $44,766 $29,092 $314,998 $147,306 $80,578 $254,956
2004 $198,285 $4,808 $37,983 $10,810 $161,765 $33,794 $442,637 $138,927 $92,984 $285,841
2005 $206,286 $5,720 $36,934 $12,650 $155,463 $30,618 $441,951 $157,185 $94,559 $324,134
2006 $211,810 $7,576 $40,888 $13,572 $155,463 $34,275 $456,008 $147,749 $80,350 $328,449


Year  Education  Financial Control  Public Buildings  Public Health  Transportation  Parks & Recreation Total Expenses
 Protective Services  Welfare  Interest On General Debt  Utilities  Employee Retirement  Other
1951 $4,698 $248 $188 $180 $2,252 $452 $12,778
$1,389 $1,292 $172 $555 $41 $1,311
1952 $5,736 $370 $226 $245 $1,992 $358 $14,700
$1,761 $1,375 $180 $613 $41 $1,803
1953 $5,910 $256 $119 $274 $2,343 $465 $15,397
$1,848 $1,345 $219 $621 $41 $1,956
1954 $5,767 $423 $48 $262 $1,728 $529 $16,181
$2,208 $1,388 $224 $662 $149 $2,793
1955 $7,146 $540 $100 $259 $1,950 $553 $17,635
$1,924 $1,398 $282 $849 $173 $2,461
1956 $6,385 $412 $169 $292 $2,948 $455 $18,511
$2,077 $1,363 $310 $995 $248 $2,857
1957 $7,113 $377 $251 $485 $2,735 $546 $19,421
$2,264 $1,293 $305 $768 $248 $3,036
1958 $8,138 $440 $133 $601 $3,057 $484 $20,186
$2,332 $1,112 $357 $495 $266 $2,771
1959 $11,152 $715 $0 $322 $3,000 $393 $23,635
$2,179 $1,383 $378 $578 $285 $3,250
1960 $11,414 $489 $0 $350 $2,933 $399 $24,805
$2,373 $1,371 $518 $429 $340 $4,189
1961 $10,966 $433 $0 $395 $3,030 $519 $24,747
$2,412 $1,492 $485 $414 $374 $4,227
1962 $11,534 $480 $107 $391 $2,968 $553 $25,808
$2,547 $1,528 $642 $461 $439 $4,158
1963 $11,721 $478 $0 $407 $3,047 $769 $26,830
$2,798 $1,615 $484 $507 $474 $4,530
1964 $11,721 $478 $174 $407 $3,047 $769 $26,830
$2,798 $1,615 $484 $507 $474 $4,356
1965 $13,153 $509 $256 $287 $3,440 $800 $29,061
$3,355 $1,508 $462 $523 $474 $4,294
1966 $13,934 $522 $183 $314 $3,271 $1,025 $30,669
$3,144 $1,614 $532 $512 $474 $5,144
1967 $16,519 $673 $198 $343 $3,492 $1,169 $35,602
$3,503 $1,789 $564 $519 $625 $6,208
1968 $18,025 $774 $201 $367 $3,709 $1,024 $37,229
$3,946 $1,958 $628 $491 $625 $5,481
1969 $20,565 $783 $235 $387 $4,540 $1,032 $42,300
$4,570 $1,473 $713 $657 $625 $6,720
1970 $21,436 $781 $244 $489 $4,773 $1,334 $43,687
$5,085 $269 $473 $623 $625 $7,555
1971 $25,556 $823 $256 $664 $4,569 $1,263 $48,406
$5,676 $206 $425 $716 $625 $7,627
1972 $34,702 $1,062 $440 $684 $5,339 $1,300 $61,512
$6,637 $170 $1,274 $1,213 $1,308 $7,383
1973 $32,056 $1,216 $458 $753 $4,848 $1,688 $60,782
$7,226 $188 $1,665 $1,239 $1,308 $8,137
1974 $31,853 $1,670 $486 $786 $4,697 $1,498 $62,155
$7,683 $190 $1,661 $1,229 $1,308 $9,094
1975 $32,866 $1,883 $419 $794 $5,418 $2,018 $65,131
$8,442 $132 $1,459 $1,924 $1,308 $8,468
1976 $34,991 $1,951 $457 $657 $6,203 $2,449 $73,379
$10,142 $123 $1,314 $1,998 $1,308 $11,786
1977 $37,135 $3,819 $654 $652 $6,389 $2,487 $85,960
$9,994 $134 $970 $2,022 $2,903 $18,801
1978 $35,843 $4,032 $533 $834 $7,355 $1,006 $88,124
$11,903 $118 $806 $945 $3,670 $21,079
1979 $43,156 $5,332 $1,002 $759 $9,634 $2,641 $100,434
$10,996 $104 $725 $1,010 $4,096 $20,979
1980 $41,985 $5,426 $1,842 $783 $10,364 $2,924 $105,704
$12,670 $80 $629 $1,293 $4,583 $23,125
1981 $44,701 $5,735 $1,531 $804 $12,013 $3,017 $109,289
$13,282 $96 $632 $1,268 $5,157 $21,053
1982 $43,624 $4,452 $1,967 $757 $11,934 $2,938 $108,499
$16,192 $87 $861 $2,612 $6,090 $16,985
1983 $46,518 $3,624 $1,678 $810 $10,827 $3,656 $107,885
$14,040 $86 $981 $1,609 $6,537 $17,519
1984 $46,132 $3,692 $1,214 $839 $10,832 $3,868 $109,024
$16,024 $76 $893 $1,186 $6,802 $17,466
1985 $46,790 $3,920 $1,778 $820 $12,829 $4,294 $108,827
$14,772 $206 $578 $1,415 $8,021 $13,404
1986 $50,553 $3,699 $1,276 $922 $14,967 $2,864 $119,452
$15,606 $76 $476 $2,289 $8,680 $18,044
1987 $53,210 $3,479 $2,810 $764 $13,761 $2,797 $130,411
$17,564 $78 $495 $3,032 $10,495 $21,926
1988 $55,413 $4,259 $3,216 $794 $16,106 $3,590 $140,732
$17,605 $84 $701 $4,781 $10,475 $23,708
1989 $61,087 $4,360 $2,454 $856 $17,058 $3,423 $154,883
$18,310 $85 $871 $3,189 $11,025 $32,165
1990 $65,741 $4,045 $2,791 $901 $16,182 $3,541 $169,483
$19,340 $118 $1,156 $3,357 $12,099 $40,212
1991 $68,704 $4,127 $2,199 $832 $14,181 $3,027 $171,401
$18,419 $105 $1,125 $4,435 $12,099 $42,148
1992 $70,219 $4,120 $2,605 $900 $14,118 $3,096 $165,381
$18,084 $114 $1,164 $5,086 $12,690 $33,185
1993 $74,873 $4,855 $1,634 $1,131 $13,741 $3,505 $171,229
$19,175 $122 $1,181 $6,523 $14,008 $30,481
1994 $78,220 $4,962 $1,718 $976 $15,851 $4,189 $176,846
$21,907 $105 $1,215 $3,312 $14,008 $30,383
1995 $76,724 $4,821 $1,683 $1,042 $13,012 $3,097 $176,078
$20,821 $96 $1,158 $3,488 $14,586 $35,550
1996 $78,300 $4,992 $2,928 $1,221 $16,321 $3,543 $180,789
$18,973 $100 $1,198 $2,652 $14,586 $35,975
1997 $110,560 $5,192 $2,483 $1,264 $14,953 $4,617 $215,483
$19,064 $105 $1,225 $2,977 $14,448 $38,595
1998 $106,075 $5,673 $3,744 $1,327 $13,352 $3,776 $220,517
$23,035 $115 $1,589 $3,533 $14,448 $43,850
1999 $119,598 $5,934 $2,923 $1,447 $13,520 $3,386 $233,813
$22,251 $121 $1,434 $3,335 $14,448 $45,416
2000 $124,107 $6,119 $1,943 $1,547 $16,742 $3,775 $245,751
$23,689 $123 $1,566 $3,281 $14,448 $48,411
2001 $133,316 $5,789 $1,922 $1,489 $15,873 $4,057 $279,071
$23,034 $144 $1,441 $4,144 $14,448 $73,414
2002 $147,132 $5,866 $2,906 $1,387 $14,166 $3,907 $283,070
$25,454 $180 $1,706 $4,677 $21,369 $54,320
2003 $165,867 $5,371 $2,715 $1,594 $13,473 $4,657 $323,022
$25,858 $193 $1,908 $5,675 $23,217 $72,494
2004 $168,147 $7,548 $2,388 $1,659 $13,661 $4,482 $332,305
$25,915 $169 $2,242 $3,828 $24,776 $77,490
2005 $165,090 $5,823 $2,280 $1,643 $17,558 $4,510 $317,326
$25,837 $159 $2,109 $3,319 $26,605 $62,393
2006 $162,300 $6,026 $2,468 $2,219 $13,087 $4,764 $314,036
$25,776 $172 $2,792 $5,350 $22,139 $66,943

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Newton Crimes Per 1,000 People By Type And Year



Year  Aggravated Assault  Forcible Rape  Murder / Manslaughter  Robbery Total Violent Crimes  Arson  Burglary  Larceny / Theft  Motor Vehicle Theft Total Property Crimes
1999 0.706 0.074 0.012 0.112 0.904 0.000 3.060 12.576 0.694 16.330
2000 0.498 0.061 0.000 0.194 0.752 0.000 2.160 9.600 0.716 12.476
2001 0.522 0.131 0.000 0.249 0.902 0.000 1.840 9.854 0.594 12.288
2002 Not Available Not Available Not Available Not Available Not Available Not Available Not Available Not Available Not Available Not Available
2003 0.846 0.060 0.000 0.274 1.179 0.000 1.727 8.803 0.381 10.911
2004 0.499 0.036 0.000 0.059 0.595 0.012 1.748 8.050 0.380 10.178
2005 1.101 0.072 0.012 0.179 1.364 0.036 3.219 9.369 0.550 13.139
2006 1.327 0.096 0.012 0.275 1.709 0.120 2.259 9.909 0.442 12.611
2007 0.689 0.097 0.000 0.157 0.943 0.012 2.224 13.042 0.520 15.786

Newton Law Enforcement Employeess

Year  Officers  Civilian
2004 30 150
2005 27 149
2006 43 152
2007 43 152

Newton Crime Index

Year  Index
1999 1,391
2000 1,090
2001 1,111

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Newton Immigration & Civil Rights Information

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Newton Population By Age

Age Population Percent
0-9 Years 9,415 11.23%
10-19 Years 11,920 14.22%
20-29 Years 10,351 12.35%
30-39 Years 11,936 14.24%
40-49 Years 13,195 15.74%
50-59 Years 11,091 13.23%
60-69 Years 6,169 7.36%
70-79 Years 5,789 6.91%
80-89 Years 3,211 3.83%
90+ Years 752 0.90%

Newton Population - Male/Female

Male/Female Population Percent
 Male 38,951 46.46%
 Female 44,878 53.54%

Newton Population By Ethnicity

Ethnicity Population Percent
 Caucasian 72,388 86.35%
 Asian 6,415 7.65%
 Hispanic/Latino 2,111 2.52%
 African-American 1,584 1.89%
 Multiracial 1,057 1.26%
 Other Race 213 0.25%
 Amerindian 43 0.05%
 Pacific Islander 18 0.02%

Newton Top Specified Ancestries

Rank Ancestry  Population Percent Of Specified Ancestries
1. Irish 13,949 17.97%
2. Italian 10,256 13.21%
3. Russian 8,055 10.37%
4. English 7,441 9.58%
5. German 6,276 8.08%
6. United States Or American 4,060 5.23%
7. Polish 3,821 4.92%
8. French Non-Basque 2,300 2.96%
9. Eastern European 1,817 2.34%
10. Scottish 1,650 2.13%

Newton Top Languages Spoken At Home

Rank Language  Population Percent Of Reported Languages
1. Only English 62,464 78.88%
2. Chinese 3,102 3.92%
3. Russian 2,936 3.71%
4. Spanish Or Spanish Creole 1,843 2.33%
5. Italian 1,762 2.23%
6. Hebrew 979 1.24%
7. French 713 0.90%
8. Greek 589 0.74%
9. German 529 0.67%
10. Korean 508 0.64%

Newton Citizen Type

Type Population Percent
 Citizen by birth 68,713 81.97%
 Naturalized immigrant 8,615 10.28%
 Not a citizen 6,501 7.76%

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