WHERE DO YOU LIVE? Map shows more than 38,000 Frisco children and young people live within Exide lead deposition report area
The Frisco’s Legacy of Lead Map – based on the lead deposition study by Frisco Unleaded – showed schools, residential areas, parks, entertainment and shopping areas, municipal assets, etc. located within the lead deposition plume.
Ever wonder how many people of what age live within that same area? We did, too!
The interactive Google map below shows the breakdown of the census tracts inside the plume outlined by the Frisco Unleaded study, as well as the total number of people in each tract and how many people in age groups ranging from 5 and Under to 80+.Â All of the data was taken from the 2012 U.S. Census.
There are 31 census tracts inside the lead deposition plume, representing a population of 111,731, or 96% of Frisco’s total population of 116,989, reported at July 2010.
There are 38,112 children and young people – 19 and under – living in the area of the lead deposition study plume, and below is a breakdown by age group:
5 and Under – 9.3% (10,449)
9 and Under – 20% (22,188)
10 to 19 -Â 14% (15,924)
19 and Under – 34% (38,112)
Below is the percentage of Frisco’s total population that children and young people – 19 and under – living in the area of the lead deposition study plume represent:
5 and Under – 9%
9 and Under – 19%
19 and Under – 33%
Each red marker on the map represents a census tract. To get more information about each tract, just click on the red marker.