Quincy

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


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Quincy Statistics

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  • Population (2000): 88,025
  • Land Area (2000): 43.472 square kilometers
  • Water Area (2000): 26.180 square kilometers
  • Average Daily / Average High Temperature In Fahrenheit (Celsius) In January (1961-1990): 27.4186 (-2.5) / (-17.8)
  • Average Daily / Average High Temperature In Fahrenheit (Celsius) In July (1961-1990): 71.5186 (22.0) / 81.5186 (27.5)
  • Average Annual Heating Degree Days (1961-1990): 6,072
  • Average Annual Cooling Degree Days (1961-1990): 450
  • Average Annual Precipitation (1961-1990): 48 inches
  • Local Time(s):
  • Area Code(s): 617, 781
  • Alias(es) (2003): HOUGHS NECK, MARINA BAY, N QUINCY, NO QUINCY, NORFOLK DOWNS, NORTH QUINCY, QUINCY, QUINCY CENTER, SOUTH QUINCY, SQUANTUM, WEST QUINCY, WOLLASTON

Quincy Population By Year


Year  Population Year  Population Year  Population
1999 86,146 2002 89,118 2005 89,661
2000 88,195 2003 89,265 2006 90,792
2001 88,442 2004 88,824 2007 91,382

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Houses (2000): 40,093
Very Low Income (VLI) Owner Households (2000): 3,321
Very Low Income (VLI) Renter Households (2000): 7,083
Quincy 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.


Quincy Employment Information

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Employment (2003): 195,879
Payroll (2003) / (1Q 2003): $7,642,798,000 / $1,942,351,000

Quincy Labor Force By Month


Year Labor Force  Employed Unemployment
 Total Percent Rate
1990 49,242 46,343 2,899 5.89% 59
1991 48,898 44,640 4,258 8.71% 87
1992 48,549 44,318 4,231 8.71% 87
1993 48,113 44,636 3,478 7.23% 72
1994 47,749 44,913 2,836 5.94% 60
1995 48,855 46,116 2,738 5.61% 56
1996 49,130 46,910 2,220 4.52% 45
1997 50,022 48,041 1,980 3.96% 40
1998 50,285 48,706 1,579 3.14% 31
1999 50,562 49,068 1,495 2.96% 30
2000 50,927 49,550 1,377 2.70% 27
2001 51,504 49,688 1,816 3.53% 35
2002 51,567 48,904 2,662 5.16% 52
2003 51,234 48,181 3,054 5.96% 60
2004 51,340 48,651 2,690 5.24% 52
2005 51,628 49,213 2,415 4.68% 47
2006 51,985 49,578 2,408 4.63% 46
2007 52,348 50,123 2,225 4.25% 43
2008 52,712 50,189 2,523 4.79% 48
Month Labor Force  Employed Unemployment
 Total Percent Rate
Jan 2008 52,476 50,057 2,419 4.61% 46
Feb 2008 52,250 49,952 2,298 4.40% 44
Mar 2008 52,430 50,145 2,285 4.36% 44
Apr 2008 52,209 50,246 1,963 3.76% 38
May 2008 52,138 49,645 2,493 4.78% 48
Jun 2008 53,316 50,408 2,908 5.45% 55
Jul 2008 53,519 50,834 2,685 5.02% 50
Aug 2008 53,409 50,692 2,717 5.09% 51
Sep 2008 52,659 49,723 2,936 5.58% 56
Oct, 2008 -- -- -- --% --
Nov, 2008 -- -- -- --% --
Dec, 2008 -- -- -- --% --

Quincy Employment By Industry


 Male, with percent of employed male population
1. Construction 2,580 10.45%
2. Accommodation and Food Services 2,530 10.24%
3. Finance and Insurance 2,480 10.04%
4. Professional / Scientific / Tech Services 2,266 9.17%
5. Public Administration 1,484 6.01%
6. Educational Services 1,448 5.86%
7. Health Care 1,004 4.07%
8. Admin, Support, and Waste Management 841 3.41%
9. Food and Beverage Stores 748 3.03%
10. Computer and Electronic Manufacturing 666 2.70%
11. Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 537 2.17%
12. Other Transportation 506 2.05%
13. Broadcasting and Telecommunications 490 1.98%
14. U.S. Postal Service 490 1.98%
15. Religious / Grantmaking / Civic / Similar Organizations 382 1.55%
16. Repair and Maintenance 315 1.28%
17. Publishing / Movie / Sound Recording Industries 309 1.25%
18. Motor Vehicle and Parts Dealers 308 1.25%
19. Arts / Entertainment / Recreation 296 1.20%
20. Printing and Related Manufacturing 293 1.19%
 Female, with percent of employed female population
1. Health Care 4,043 17.42%
2. Finance and Insurance 3,758 16.19%
3. Educational Services 2,379 10.25%
4. Professional / Scientific / Tech Services 1,734 7.47%
5. Accommodation and Food Services 1,620 6.98%
6. Public Administration 1,054 4.54%
7. Admin, Support, and Waste Management 703 3.03%
8. Food and Beverage Stores 653 2.81%
9. Social Assistance 591 2.55%
10. Department and Other General Stores 488 2.10%
11. Personal and Laundry Services 482 2.08%
12. Computer and Electronic Manufacturing 384 1.65%
13. Religious / Grantmaking / Civic / Similar Organizations 372 1.60%
14. Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 361 1.56%
15. Clothing and Apparel Including Shoes 338 1.46%
16. Publishing / Movie / Sound Recording Industries 336 1.45%
17. Broadcasting and Telecommunications 322 1.39%
18. Miscellaneous Manufacturing 253 1.09%
19. U.S. Postal Service 247 1.06%
20. Pharmacies and Drug Stores 239 1.03%

Quincy Employment By Job


 Male, with percent of employed male population
1. Computer Specialists 1,535 6.22%
2. Other Management Occupations 1,352 5.47%
3. Recording / Scheduling / Dispatching 1,013 4.10%
4. Other Sales and Related Occupations 979 3.96%
5. Sales Reps / Wholesale and Manufact 880 3.56%
6. Cooks and Food Preparation Workers 863 3.49%
7. Other Office and Admin Support 785 3.18%
8. Other Installation / Maintenance 763 3.09%
9. Engineers 716 2.90%
10. Accountants and Auditors 673 2.72%
11. Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance 649 2.63%
12. Driver / Sales Workers and Truckers 633 2.56%
13. Retail Sales, Not cashiers 614 2.49%
14. Law Enforcement Workers 560 2.27%
15. Other Food Preparation and Servers 556 2.25%
16. Business Operations Specialists 515 2.09%
17. Carpenters 465 1.88%
18. Laborers and Material Movers / Handlers 465 1.88%
19. Other Production Occupations 414 1.68%
20. Customer Service Representatives 383 1.55%
 Female, with percent of employed female population
1. Other Office and Admin Support 1,881 8.10%
2. Secretaries and Admins 1,712 7.38%
3. Registered Nurses 1,305 5.62%
4. Teachers, Pre/Primary School 951 4.10%
5. Other Management Occupations 845 3.64%
6. Business Operations Specialists 781 3.36%
7. Bookkeeping / Accounting / Auditing 728 3.14%
8. Informaion and Record Clerks, Not Customer Service 691 2.98%
9. Cashiers 678 2.92%
10. Other Sales and Related Occupations 650 2.80%
11. Accountants and Auditors 630 2.71%
12. Sales Reps / Wholesale and Manufact 609 2.62%
13. Computer Specialists 600 2.58%
14. Customer Service Representatives 589 2.54%
15. Retail Sales, Not cashiers 557 2.40%
16. Health Technologists and Technicians 536 2.31%
17. Waiters and Waitresses 535 2.30%
18. Recording / Scheduling / Dispatching 505 2.18%
19. Nursing / Psychiatric / Home Health 446 1.92%
20. Counselors / Social Workers / Etc. 392 1.69%

Quincy Hours Worked Per Week In 1999

Hours Per Week  Population Percent
35 or more hours 42,526 57.27%
15-35 hours 8,358 11.26%
1-14 hours 2,038 2.74%
No regular hours 21,336 28.73%

Quincy Time Left For Work

Time  Population Percent
Midnight-4:59 AM 890 1.92%
5 AM-5:29 AM 801 1.73%
5:30 AM-5:59 AM 1,787 3.86%
6 AM-6:29 AM 4,239 9.15%
6:30 AM-6:59 AM 3,678 7.94%
7 AM-7:29 AM 7,457 16.10%
7:30 AM-7:59 AM 7,893 17.04%
8 AM-8:29 AM 6,998 15.11%
8:30 AM-8:59 AM 2,493 5.38%
9:00 AM-9:59 AM 3,214 6.94%
10:00 AM-10:59 AM 1,293 2.79%
11:00 AM-11:59 AM 470 1.01%
Noon-3:59 PM 2,595 5.60%
4 PM-11:59 PM 2,503 5.40%

Quincy Length Of Commute In Minutes

Minutes  Population Percent
Less than 5 793 1.71%
5-9 3,404 7.35%
10-14 5,138 11.09%
15-19 5,405 11.67%
20-24 5,318 11.48%
25-29 2,036 4.40%
30-34 7,979 17.23%
35-39 1,494 3.23%
40-44 2,907 6.28%
45-59 6,545 14.13%
60-89 4,076 8.80%
At least 90 1,216 2.63%

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


Minutes  Population (public) Percent  Population (private) Percent
Under 30 1,143 2.47% 20,951 45.24%
30-44 3,748 8.09% 8,632 18.64%
45-59 2,901 6.26% 3,644 7.87%
At least 60 2,208 4.77% 3,084 6.66%

Quincy Type Of Commute

Type Population Percent
 Bicycle 18 0.04%
 Car / truck / van, carpool 4,898 10.42%
 Car / truck / van, solo 29,646 63.09%
 Motorcycle 47 0.10%
 Other 205 0.44%
 Public transportation 10,000 21.28%
 Walked 1,497 3.19%
 Worked at home 680 1.45%

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Quincy Family Information

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Households (2000): 38,893 (86,435 people)
Families (2000): 20,688 (62,845 people)
Families where both partners work (2000): 7,998
People at same address in 1995: 46,789

Quincy Household Income in 1999


Income Population Percent
Under $10,000 2,888 7.43%
$10,000-$14,999 1,989 5.11%
$15,000-$19,999 2,095 5.39%
$20,000-$24,999 2,138 5.50%
$25,000-$29,999 2,247 5.78%
$30,000-$34,999 2,288 5.88%
$35,000-$39,999 2,401 6.17%
$40,000-$44,999 2,306 5.93%
$45,000-$49,999 2,122 5.46%
$50,000-$59,999 3,693 9.50%
$60,000-$74,999 4,474 11.50%
$75,000-$99,999 4,933 12.68%
$100,000-$124,999 2,478 6.37%
$125,000-$149,999 1,305 3.36%
$150,000-$199,999 914 2.35%
$200,000 or more 622 1.60%

Quincy Household Type

Type Population Percent
 Nonfamily, 1 person 14,618 37.59%
 Family, 2 people 9,125 23.47%
 Nonfamily, 2 people 3,109 8.00%
 Family, 3 people 4,922 12.66%
 Nonfamily, 3 people 453 1.17%
 Family, 4 people 3,732 9.60%
 Nonfamily, 4 people 122 0.31%
 Family, 5 people 1,716 4.41%
 Nonfamily, 5 people 23 0.06%
 Family, 6 people 676 1.74%
 Nonfamily, 6 people 12 0.03%
 Family, 7 or more people 363 0.93%
 Nonfamily, 7 or more people 12 0.03%

Quincy Household Income Type

Type  Population Percent
Earnings 30,458 28.94%
Interest / Dividend / Rent 16,148 15.34%
Public Assistance 812 0.77%
Retirement 7,501 7.13%
Self Employment 3,055 2.90%
Social Security 11,146 10.59%
Supplemental Security 1,684 1.60%
Wage / Salary 29,819 28.33%
Other 4,617 4.39%

Quincy Family Type

Type Population Percent
 No children under 18 9,098 59.19%
 With children under 18 6,273 40.81%

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

Type Population Percent
 Divorced 2,970 8.41%
 Married 17,764 50.27%
 Never Married 13,441 38.04%
 Widowed 1,161 3.29%

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

Type Population Percent
 Divorced 3,522 8.87%
 Married 17,796 44.81%
 Never Married 13,444 33.85%
 Widowed 4,952 12.47%

Quincy 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.


Quincy Education Information

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Quincy Highest Degree Earned (18 or older)

Degree Population Percent
 Less than 9th grade 3,564 4.91%
 9th-12th grade, no diploma 7,143 9.83%
 High school diploma or equivalent 20,672 28.46%
 Some college, no degree 13,364 18.40%
 Associate degree 5,362 7.38%
 Bachelors degree 15,841 21.81%
 Graduate or professional degree 6,687 9.21%

Quincy Population In School (3 or older)

School Level  In Public School Percent  In Private School Percent Total Percent
Nursery or preschool 564 0.64% 617 0.70% 1,181 1.34%
Kindergarten 647 0.74% 146 0.17% 793 0.90%
Grades 1-4 2,859 3.25% 644 0.73% 3,503 3.98%
Grades 5-8 2,760 3.14% 668 0.76% 3,428 3.89%
Grades 9-12 3,162 3.59% 644 0.73% 3,806 4.32%
Undergrad college 2,204 2.50% 2,301 2.61% 4,505 5.12%
Graduate or professional school 672 0.76% 1,177 1.34% 1,849 2.10%
Total 12,868 14.62% 6,197 7.04% 19,065 21.66%

Quincy Education Lawyers represent colleges, school districts, other educational institutions, and students in the practice of education law. They handle issues related to No Child Left Behind, special education, and disability rights. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.


Quincy Business Information

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Number of Businesses (2003): 10,417
Wholesale trade sales (2002): $590,839,000
Retail sales (2002): $976,447,000
Accommodation and foodservices sales (2002): $161,241,000
Quincy Business Lawyers provide services for corporations, LLCs, partnerships, contracts, franchising and business litigation. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.


Quincy Public Benefits Information

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Quincy Above Or Below Poverty Level In 1999

Above/Below Population Percent
 At Or Above Poverty Level 80,389 92.75%
 Below Poverty Level 6,286 7.25%

Quincy 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 $6,519 $768 $2,964 $456 $181 $1,590 $11,710 $6,594 $5,228 $0
1952 $8,260 $266 $2,958 $467 $222 $1,854 $13,761 $7,311 $7,189 $0
1953 $8,236 $277 $3,026 $588 $251 $2,089 $14,190 $7,655 $9,067 $0
1954 $8,708 $289 $3,066 $818 $264 $2,179 $15,035 $8,076 $8,663 $5,528
1955 $10,203 $290 $3,215 $683 $275 $2,350 $16,726 $8,615 $8,815 $6,061
1956 $10,242 $311 $3,302 $702 $294 $2,458 $16,998 $9,039 $9,782 $6,368
1957 $11,247 $301 $3,769 $730 $306 $2,710 $18,762 $10,145 $12,016 $7,535
1958 $12,362 $301 $3,573 $720 $360 $3,035 $20,050 $10,912 $13,270 $8,040
1959 $13,597 $185 $4,078 $772 $383 $3,588 $22,418 $11,636 $12,829 $7,290
1960 $13,776 $155 $4,209 $786 $420 $3,923 $23,114 $12,295 $11,808 $7,119
1961 $14,222 $161 $4,559 $831 $492 $4,803 $24,907 $13,694 $11,212 $7,881
1962 $14,850 $154 $4,712 $828 $503 $4,949 $25,842 $13,950 $11,650 $9,254
1963 $15,250 $137 $5,030 $980 $543 $5,224 $27,027 $13,950 $11,150 $9,257
1964 $15,250 $137 $5,030 $980 $543 $5,224 $27,027 $13,950 $11,150 $0
1965 $15,833 $120 $5,296 $954 $543 $5,902 $28,528 $15,451 $10,329 $0
1966 $17,099 $110 $6,573 $1,009 $543 $6,248 $31,472 $16,533 $14,366 $0
1967 $17,233 $122 $7,834 $1,057 $678 $6,742 $33,544 $17,185 $13,238 $12,913
1968 $18,327 $124 $9,655 $1,041 $678 $7,949 $37,650 $20,072 $15,710 $0
1969 $19,768 $150 $8,042 $1,062 $678 $8,721 $38,271 $22,069 $14,975 $0
1970 $23,601 $166 $7,060 $1,089 $678 $9,982 $42,410 $25,310 $16,295 $11,746
1971 $27,761 $157 $7,710 $1,018 $678 $11,632 $48,799 $28,085 $19,790 $14,846
1972 $30,296 $152 $8,083 $1,216 $1,375 $13,456 $54,426 $31,198 $25,615 $23,947
1973 $35,630 $153 $10,037 $1,401 $1,375 $14,308 $62,751 $36,354 $24,419 $19,295
1974 $41,067 $141 $12,472 $1,349 $1,375 $16,305 $72,568 $41,355 $30,885 $21,889
1975 $39,580 $137 $16,157 $1,777 $1,375 $18,633 $77,522 $43,320 $26,575 $20,890
1976 $39,580 $137 $16,157 $1,777 $1,375 $18,633 $77,522 $43,320 $26,575 $20,890
1977 $49,753 $196 $19,596 $2,125 $2,575 $23,109 $97,158 $49,715 $23,660 $36,179
1978 $50,513 $203 $27,021 $2,298 $3,015 $25,040 $107,887 $61,027 $41,425 $27,798
1979 $52,779 $195 $25,988 $2,346 $3,405 $27,516 $112,034 $70,349 $41,868 $28,939
1980 $59,373 $244 $27,341 $2,519 $3,900 $28,434 $121,567 $73,894 $40,390 $26,444
1981 $63,340 $313 $28,390 $3,141 $4,286 $30,330 $129,487 $76,000 $43,185 $28,888
1982 $55,200 $388 $22,790 $3,275 $4,758 $39,467 $125,490 $79,684 $38,100 $32,402
1983 $47,744 $179 $34,416 $3,357 $5,607 $47,168 $138,292 $83,668 $27,665 $30,528
1984 $44,354 $241 $38,742 $3,540 $5,693 $49,632 $141,961 $73,148 $40,494 $43,844
1985 $47,470 $591 $44,786 $4,102 $6,411 $55,634 $158,403 $75,146 $38,301 $45,878
1986 $50,337 $713 $44,922 $4,095 $7,471 $58,681 $165,506 $79,103 $36,267 $79,590
1987 $54,018 $1,129 $49,804 $4,104 $8,688 $57,394 $174,008 $82,296 $96,675 $143,374
1988 $57,474 $1,474 $51,153 $4,471 $6,085 $68,593 $187,776 $87,398 $91,798 $119,916
1989 $60,599 $1,115 $51,094 $4,673 $4,659 $74,469 $195,494 $95,914 $91,114 $107,639
1990 $65,838 $960 $51,125 $4,919 $10,829 $67,968 $200,679 $99,407 $92,251 $74,800
1991 $71,258 $702 $46,370 $5,312 $10,546 $78,151 $211,637 $103,457 $93,700 $103,034
1992 $72,922 $958 $43,420 $5,478 $11,774 $90,903 $224,497 $96,450 $84,388 $111,648
1993 $77,475 $791 $51,320 $5,648 $11,938 $91,993 $238,374 $102,454 $85,257 $129,318
1994 $80,538 $925 $51,505 $5,787 $14,379 $90,016 $242,225 $110,807 $90,205 $148,892
1995 $82,032 $1,105 $67,489 $6,254 $11,017 $99,741 $266,533 $115,909 $97,494 $148,716
1996 $83,295 $1,422 $57,419 $6,497 $16,887 $98,002 $262,100 $121,029 $101,192 $187,620
1997 $87,399 $1,498 $53,712 $6,548 $34,306 $99,120 $281,085 $125,908 $109,273 $187,355
1998 $90,229 $1,774 $85,156 $7,084 $40,297 $105,879 $328,645 $138,145 $125,545 $255,087
1999 $93,412 $1,837 $97,906 $7,646 $44,183 $111,333 $354,480 $147,678 $118,935 $288,633
2000 $106,204 $1,872 $95,353 $7,563 $17,083 $114,553 $340,756 $146,709 $123,815 $288,810
2001 $111,433 $3,729 $76,592 $7,477 $13,318 $98,965 $307,785 $147,613 $132,007 $290,735
2002 $120,864 $3,188 $69,551 $8,162 $0 $19,943 $218,520 $117,290 $71,859 $30,527
2003 $128,113 $3,310 $63,781 $8,931 $0 $36,639 $237,464 $119,282 $69,937 $36,068
2004 $140,010 $4,308 $62,933 $9,335 $0 $42,728 $255,006 $117,223 $75,802 $53,591
2005 $140,341 $5,180 $56,035 $10,459 $0 $45,833 $252,668 $120,414 $69,272 $68,077
2006 $142,359 $3,626 $58,709 $10,869 $0 $51,465 $263,402 $126,413 $93,443 $51,402


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 $3,453 $429 $72 $2,185 $1,289 $109 $13,483
$1,488 $1,928 $92 $424 $72 $1,942
1952 $4,179 $282 $74 $2,513 $1,451 $106 $14,132
$1,587 $1,430 $100 $587 $100 $1,723
1953 $3,706 $280 $90 $2,613 $1,500 $113 $14,016
$1,742 $1,361 $135 $414 $96 $1,966
1954 $3,996 $294 $97 $2,395 $1,329 $183 $14,730
$1,779 $1,448 $158 $429 $118 $2,504
1955 $4,599 $297 $67 $2,522 $1,436 $329 $15,497
$1,823 $1,576 $181 $429 $172 $2,066
1956 $5,137 $315 $87 $2,614 $1,617 $389 $16,733
$1,892 $1,387 $209 $483 $194 $2,409
1957 $6,361 $404 $112 $2,907 $1,805 $424 $18,816
$2,077 $1,437 $240 $581 $189 $2,279
1958 $6,428 $361 $99 $3,848 $1,834 $431 $20,222
$2,193 $1,598 $319 $510 $203 $2,398
1959 $6,044 $353 $0 $4,676 $1,903 $426 $21,501
$2,390 $1,550 $358 $415 $225 $3,161
1960 $5,892 $398 $0 $4,036 $1,804 $487 $21,187
$2,516 $2,191 $350 $434 $304 $2,775
1961 $6,378 $424 $0 $4,603 $1,744 $522 $22,853
$2,726 $2,689 $311 $448 $303 $2,705
1962 $6,989 $433 $125 $4,726 $1,907 $564 $24,195
$2,834 $2,726 $315 $486 $379 $2,711
1963 $7,718 $480 $0 $5,203 $1,882 $571 $26,383
$3,093 $2,714 $334 $487 $408 $3,493
1964 $7,718 $480 $99 $5,203 $1,882 $571 $26,383
$3,093 $2,714 $334 $487 $408 $3,394
1965 $8,268 $454 $126 $5,523 $1,687 $592 $27,388
$3,070 $3,033 $338 $459 $408 $3,430
1966 $9,694 $539 $132 $5,778 $1,215 $649 $29,850
$3,266 $3,378 $341 $479 $408 $3,971
1967 $11,711 $701 $145 $5,897 $1,574 $709 $33,726
$3,343 $3,771 $490 $458 $702 $4,225
1968 $13,086 $645 $161 $6,830 $1,651 $842 $38,597
$3,922 $4,516 $607 $534 $702 $5,101
1969 $12,799 $584 $198 $7,224 $1,812 $864 $38,274
$4,192 $3,980 $596 $559 $702 $4,764
1970 $14,548 $1,698 $172 $8,336 $3,492 $1,007 $43,720
$4,788 $1,094 $694 $661 $702 $6,528
1971 $16,127 $1,819 $215 $9,592 $3,505 $983 $48,092
$5,688 $699 $832 $818 $702 $7,112
1972 $18,278 $2,099 $211 $10,721 $3,350 $1,058 $55,838
$6,315 $671 $877 $844 $1,480 $9,934
1973 $23,165 $1,184 $277 $11,787 $5,359 $1,285 $66,306
$7,851 $665 $1,199 $1,187 $1,480 $10,867
1974 $26,733 $1,333 $377 $13,463 $3,006 $1,445 $71,796
$9,216 $750 $1,938 $1,227 $1,480 $10,828
1975 $24,480 $1,109 $394 $14,880 $2,580 $1,114 $68,723
$9,783 $325 $1,203 $1,258 $1,480 $10,117
1976 $24,480 $1,109 $394 $14,880 $2,580 $1,114 $68,723
$9,783 $325 $1,203 $1,258 $1,480 $10,117
1977 $34,001 $1,179 $416 $18,231 $4,393 $1,527 $90,734
$10,639 $340 $1,292 $1,030 $2,904 $14,782
1978 $36,913 $2,267 $460 $22,595 $4,939 $1,671 $119,156
$12,810 $0 $1,597 $2,487 $3,361 $30,056
1979 $43,056 $2,531 $479 $22,417 $7,108 $1,004 $119,433
$13,477 $159 $2,195 $1,275 $4,056 $21,676
1980 $38,153 $1,673 $773 $22,814 $3,762 $1,531 $122,519
$13,599 $351 $2,377 $1,676 $4,771 $31,039
1981 $43,614 $2,201 $1,307 $26,607 $5,735 $1,740 $131,373
$15,988 $351 $3,807 $1,501 $5,661 $22,861
1982 $38,259 $1,968 $628 $31,191 $5,179 $1,583 $129,631
$16,978 $352 $2,979 $1,804 $6,789 $21,921
1983 $38,008 $3,151 $571 $39,122 $5,088 $1,684 $142,117
$16,667 $221 $2,821 $1,919 $7,382 $25,483
1984 $38,783 $2,333 $546 $42,555 $5,277 $1,564 $147,189
$17,057 $365 $2,328 $2,105 $7,825 $26,451
1985 $40,627 $2,192 $543 $43,968 $5,681 $1,826 $150,412
$16,238 $230 $3,334 $2,305 $9,007 $24,461
1986 $43,702 $2,258 $558 $39,986 $6,558 $1,136 $150,130
$18,203 $264 $2,921 $2,639 $9,743 $22,162
1987 $43,123 $2,932 $592 $55,949 $7,819 $1,095 $177,146
$19,480 $321 $5,331 $2,909 $11,258 $26,337
1988 $50,589 $2,994 $716 $83,811 $6,874 $1,344 $219,821
$19,415 $279 $7,030 $2,690 $10,343 $33,736
1989 $57,071 $3,179 $788 $78,434 $7,502 $1,261 $226,442
$20,940 $327 $6,845 $2,795 $12,131 $35,169
1990 $60,113 $3,308 $847 $58,325 $7,499 $1,144 $212,430
$23,893 $309 $4,421 $2,346 $12,778 $37,447
1991 $54,863 $2,942 $778 $63,618 $6,356 $1,131 $216,466
$21,688 $404 $6,639 $2,422 $13,715 $41,910
1992 $61,796 $3,056 $816 $62,223 $7,159 $1,126 $226,651
$20,954 $298 $6,419 $3,375 $14,382 $45,047
1993 $57,461 $3,106 $855 $68,685 $9,100 $1,171 $234,285
$21,049 $311 $5,222 $3,131 $15,051 $49,143
1994 $65,074 $3,130 $940 $65,871 $9,789 $1,163 $244,661
$22,426 $324 $4,690 $3,611 $15,757 $51,886
1995 $65,883 $3,427 $968 $73,869 $9,232 $1,298 $256,814
$23,747 $296 $4,264 $3,539 $15,924 $54,367
1996 $63,462 $3,528 $1,016 $73,256 $11,995 $1,719 $261,251
$26,648 $263 $4,777 $3,706 $16,815 $54,066
1997 $74,020 $3,638 $1,046 $76,735 $10,534 $2,038 $276,406
$27,909 $315 $5,173 $4,275 $15,694 $55,029
1998 $81,963 $3,592 $1,098 $80,716 $14,712 $1,917 $326,146
$29,042 $341 $4,707 $4,337 $18,867 $84,854
1999 $83,676 $3,966 $1,177 $86,550 $16,151 $2,155 $339,647
$31,131 $368 $5,584 $4,690 $20,548 $83,651
2000 $89,646 $3,933 $1,177 $81,824 $10,344 $2,270 $366,196
$31,947 $349 $5,506 $6,882 $24,533 $107,785
2001 $84,469 $3,079 $4,705 $78,366 $10,415 $3,623 $343,887
$33,406 $468 $6,617 $2,220 $30,963 $85,556
2002 $86,461 $3,568 $6,566 $1,272 $9,265 $3,212 $227,581
$35,797 $526 $3,200 $1,471 $0 $76,243
2003 $99,721 $3,130 $9,505 $1,245 $8,270 $2,589 $235,936
$34,611 $470 $2,392 $742 $0 $73,261
2004 $106,179 $3,409 $15,094 $1,337 $8,236 $2,231 $253,202
$34,054 $531 $2,249 $532 $0 $79,350
2005 $112,461 $3,126 $11,656 $1,343 $9,571 $2,231 $259,204
$34,761 $561 $2,228 $331 $0 $80,935
2006 $112,327 $3,454 $12,138 $1,717 $8,299 $2,579 $269,813
$34,165 $629 $2,950 $2,145 $0 $89,410

Quincy Public Benefits Lawyers assess the range of local, state and federal government benefits to which their clients may be entitled and help them apply for such programs, as well as appeal decisions denying such benefits to their clients. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.


Quincy Criminal Information

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Quincy 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 1.915 0.232 0.000 0.522 2.670 0.000 7.789 18.016 3.320 29.125
2000 1.848 0.420 0.000 0.397 2.665 0.000 5.658 15.556 2.200 23.414
2001 1.719 0.351 0.000 0.678 2.748 0.000 5.020 16.734 2.996 24.751
2002 1.750 0.191 0.056 0.965 2.962 0.000 4.870 17.034 2.682 24.585
2003 2.274 0.168 0.011 1.087 3.540 0.000 3.742 11.662 1.736 17.140
2004 2.938 0.191 0.034 1.126 4.289 0.068 5.809 10.290 2.848 18.948
2005 2.443 0.290 0.022 1.026 3.781 0.067 4.316 9.848 1.695 15.860
2006 2.060 0.253 0.033 1.013 3.359 0.176 5.210 11.653 1.685 18.548
2007 1.806 0.175 0.022 0.766 2.769 0.131 6.445 12.552 1.543 20.540

Quincy Law Enforcement Employeess

Year  Officers  Civilian
2004 32 190
2005 29 203
2006 30 200
2007 28 198

Quincy Crime Index

Year  Index
1999 2,739
2000 2,300
2001 2,432
2002 2,455

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Quincy Immigration & Civil Rights Information

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Quincy Population By Age

Age Population Percent
0-9 Years 8,722 9.91%
10-19 Years 8,272 9.40%
20-29 Years 14,400 16.36%
30-39 Years 16,128 18.32%
40-49 Years 12,739 14.47%
50-59 Years 9,826 11.16%
60-69 Years 7,154 8.13%
70-79 Years 6,560 7.45%
80-89 Years 3,514 3.99%
90+ Years 710 0.81%

Quincy Population - Male/Female

Male/Female Population Percent
 Male 41,944 47.65%
 Female 46,081 52.35%

Quincy Population By Ethnicity

Ethnicity Population Percent
 Caucasian 68,980 78.36%
 Asian 13,519 15.36%
 African-American 1,846 2.10%
 Hispanic/Latino 1,835 2.08%
 Multiracial 1,407 1.60%
 Other Race 290 0.33%
 Amerindian 129 0.15%
 Pacific Islander 19 0.02%

Quincy Top Specified Ancestries

Rank Ancestry  Population Percent Of Specified Ancestries
1. Irish 30,036 37.75%
2. Italian 11,919 14.98%
3. English 6,604 8.30%
4. German 4,202 5.28%
5. French Non-Basque 2,924 3.68%
6. Polish 2,581 3.24%
7. United States Or American 2,437 3.06%
8. French Canadian 2,264 2.85%
9. Scottish 1,947 2.45%
10. Scotch Irish 1,865 2.34%

Quincy Top Languages Spoken At Home

Rank Language  Population Percent Of Reported Languages
1. Only English 63,724 76.32%
2. Chinese 8,790 10.53%
3. Spanish Or Spanish Creole 1,551 1.86%
4. Vietnamese 1,283 1.54%
5. Italian 1,038 1.24%
6. Tagalog 674 0.81%
7. Arabic 669 0.80%
8. French 619 0.74%
9. Other Indo European 575 0.69%
10. Other Asian 571 0.68%

Quincy Citizen Type

Type Population Percent
 Citizen by birth 70,383 79.96%
 Naturalized immigrant 9,271 10.53%
 Not a citizen 8,371 9.51%

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Quincy Zip Codes

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Alphabetical | By Population

02169 02171  
02170 02269