|Report Area||Total Occupied Housing Units||Occupied Housing Units with One or More Substandard Conditions||Percent Occupied Housing Units with One or More Substandard Conditions|
|Franklin County, PA||58,570||15,487||27.06%|
Substandard Housing: Number of Substandard Conditions Present
|Report Area||No Conditions||One Condition||Two or Three Conditions||Four Conditions|
|Franklin County, PA||72.94%||26.12%||0.94%||0%|
Substandard Housing: Households Lacking Complete Plumbing Facilities
|Report Area||Total Occupied Housing Units||Housing Units Lacking Complete Plumbing Facilities||Housing Units Lacking Complete Plumbing Facilities, Percent|
|Franklin County, PA||58,570||224||0.38%|
Substandard Housing: Households Lacking Complete Kitchen Facilities
|Report Area||Total Occupied Housing Units||Housing Units Lacking Complete Kitchen Facilities||Housing Units Lacking Complete Kitchen Facilities, Percent|
|Franklin County, PA||63,947||1,467||2.29%|
Substandard Housing: Households Lacking Telephone Service
|Report Area||Total Housing Units Lacking Telephone Service||Total Housing Units Lacking Telephone Service||Owner-Occupied Units Lacking Telephone Service||Owner-Occupied Units Lacking Telephone Service||Renter-Occupied Units Lacking Telephone Service||Renter-Occupied Units Lacking Telephone Service|
|Franklin County, PA||987||1.69%||451||1.07%||536||3.24%|
Housing Environment - Substandard Housing
The American Community Survey (ACS) is a nationwide, continuous survey designed to provide communities with reliable and timely demographic, housing, social, and economic data. The ACS samples nearly 3 million addresses each year, resulting in nearly 2 million final interviews. The ACS replaces the long-form decennial census; however, the number of household surveys reported annually for the ACS is significantly less than the number reported in the long-form decennial census. As a result, the ACS combines detailed population and housing data from multiple years to produce reliable estimates for small counties, neighborhoods, and other local areas. Negotiating between timeliness and accuracy, the ACS annually releases current, one-year estimates for geographic areas with large populations; three-year and five-year estimates are also released each year for additional areas based on minimum population thresholds.
For more information about this source, including data collection methodology and definitions, refer to the American Community Survey website.
Counts of housing units by age and condition are acquired from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey. Data represent estimates for the 5 year period 2008-2012. Mapped data are summarized to 2010 census tract boundaries. Area estimates are developed at the U.S. Census Bureau, and given as a value for each geographic area. Raw counts are not provided, inhibiting the ability to produce median ages for report areas.
For more information on the data reported in the American Community Survey, please see the complete American Community Survey 2012 Subject Definitions.
Courtesy: Community Commons, <www.communitycommons.org>, December 2017