The Buckeye Hills Data Center is dedicating to housing the most up-to-date data, analytics, and collateral research about southeast Ohio. Data is housed by county as well as for the full region, and can be sifted through based on interest area or sector.


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An Opportunity Zone is a designation created by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 allowing for certain investments in lower income areas to have tax advantages.

A total of 12 opportunity zones exist in southeast Ohio, and the linked Story Map indicates those zones as well as access to broadband, water, and sewer. For additional reference, FEMA Flood Zone designations may also be seen in reference to Opportunity Zones.

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Rural Consultation is an opportunity for local elected officials to see what projects ODOT has planned for the next 4 years and provide input on timing or other aspects of the project.

This dashboard is an interactive look at the projects planned for each county in the Buckeye Hills Region. It allows the user to filter on a number of aspects of the projects.

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The purpose of this map is to display all of the Horizontal Well Activity in Ohio. It includes activity that was reported between June 2009 and the present month, from both the Marcellus and Utica Shale regions of eastern and southeastern Ohio. The data is used in this web map was collected from Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Oil and Gas Resources.

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This map depicts the presence or absence of sidewalks along road center lines in the Buckeye Hills region. Aerial photos flown in 2014 were used to determine whether there was sidewalk on one side, both sides, or neither side.

Crosswalks were also identified.

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The Road Classification map depicts the functional class of roads in the Buckeye Hills region. Functional Class is the grouping of roads, streets, and highways in a hierarchy based on the type of highway service they provide.

This map identifies roads as Interstate, Freeway and Expressway, Principal Arterial, Minor Arterial, Major Collector, Minor Collector, and Local.

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Data for populations 60+

Age Groups (2012-2016)
Area Name Total 60-64 65-69 70-74 75-79 80-84 85 & Up
Ohio 2,530,824 734,487 586,289 418,383 309,775 230,783 251,107
Athens 10,552 3,160 2,838 1,623 1,245 794 892
Hocking 6,829 1,823 1,848 1,181 781 603 593
Meigs 5,875 1,737 1,328 1,063 794 529 424
Monroe 4,291 1,101 1,160 703 569 402 356
Morgan 4,025 1,165 830 780 613 354 283
Noble 4,628 1,231 1,083 1,043 581 291 399
Perry 7,841 2,433 2,025 1,293 713 712 665
Washington 15,850 4,138 3,734 2,788 2,482 1,414 1,294
Population 65+ by Residence Status (2012-2016)
Area Name Total Not Alone in Households Alone in Households In Group Quarters
Ohio 1,796,337 1,199,917 522,533 73,887
Athens 7,392 5,213 1,937 242
Hocking 5,006 3,336 1,307 363
Meigs 4,138 2,967 979 192*
Monroe 3,190 2,311 774 105*
Morgan 2,860 1,932 759 169*
Noble 3,397 2,485 814 98*
Perry 5,408 3,947 1,237 224*
Washington 11,712 8,178 3,062 472
Population for Whom Poverty Status Was Determined by Age Group (2012-2016)
60 & Up 60-74 75-84 84 & Up
Area Name Person for Whom Poverty StatusDetermined^^ Not Poor Poor Persons for Whom Poverty Status Determined^^ Not Poor Poor Person for Whom Poverty Status Determined^^ Not Poor Poor Persons for Whom Poverty Status Determined^^ Not Poor Poor
Ohio 2,243,976 210,324 1,717,123 1,571,764 145,359 518,329 473,612 44,717 218,848 198,600 20,248
Athens 10,332 8,986 1,346 7,565 6,697 868 1,988 1,673 315 779 616 163*
Hocking 6,355 5,701 654 4,517 4,015 502 1,319 1,191 128* 519 495 24**
Meigs 5,689 4,910 779 4,094 3,576 518 1,266 1,059 207* 329 275 54**
Monroe 4,174 3,848 326 2,928 2,736 192* 931 833 98* 315 279 36**
Morgan 3,856 3,452 404 2,751 2,543 208* 896 746 150* 209* 163* 46**
Noble 4,484 4,059 425 3,298 3,008 290 847 715 132* 339 336 3*
Perry 7,608 6,751 857 5,685 5,026 659 1,351 1,204 147* 572 521 51**
Washington 15,356 13,868 1,488 10,533 9,425 1,108 3,738 3,488 250 1,085 955 130*
Majority/Minorty Age Groups (2012-2016)
All Age Groups Majority Age Groups^ Minority Age Groups^
Area Name Total 65-74 75-84 85 & Up Subtotal 65-74 75-84 85 & Up Subtotal 65-74 75-84 85 & Up
Ohio 1,796,337 1,004,672 540,558 251,107 1,589,441 882,603 479,246 227,592 206,896 122,069 61,312 23,515
Athens 7,392 4,461 2,039 892 7,022 4,182 2,010 830 370 279 29** 62**
Hocking 5,006 3,029 1,384 593 4,842 2,910 1,339 593 164* 119* 45** 0**
Meigs 4,138 2,391 1,323 424 4,053 2,340 1,299 414 85* 51** 24** 10**
Monroe 3,190 1,863 971 356 3,111 1,784 971 356 79** 79** 0** 0**
Morgan 2,860 1,610 967 283 2,754 1,522 963 269 106* 88* 4** 14**
Noble 3,397 2,126 872 399 3,394 2,124 871 399 3** 2** 1** 0**
Perry 5,408 3,318 1,425 665 5,237 3,210 1,372 655 171* 108* 53** 10**
Washington 11,712 6,522 3,896 1,294 11,439 6,412 3,759 1,268 273 110* 137* 26**
Population Age 65+ by Ability to Speak English
First Language Not English & Ability to Speak English
Area Name Total Speak Only English Subtotal Very Well Well Not Well Not At All
Ohio 1,796,337 1,710,518 85,819 46,487 20,229 12,504 6,599
Athens 7,392 7,219 173* 135* 24** 14** 0**
Hocking 5,006 4,942 64** 14** 45** 5** 0**
Meigs 4,138 4,128 10** 10** 0** 0** 0**
Monroe 3,190 3,152 38** 6** 31** 1** 0**
Morgan 2,860 2,825 35** 29** 4** 0** 2**
Noble 3,397 3,272 125* 123* 2** 0** 0**
Perry 5,408 5,380 28** 28** 0** 0** 0**
Washington 11,712 11,499 213* 142* 60** 11 0**
Population with One or More Disability by Age Group
65 & Up 65-74 75 & Up
Area Name Civilian Non-Institutional Population^^^ No Yes Civilian Non-institutional Population^^^ No Yes Civilian Non-institutional Population^^^ No Yes
Ohio 1,726,927 1,120,826 606,101 989,750 740,694 249,056 737,177 380,132 357,045
Athens 7,178 4,375 2,803 4,411 3,057 1,354 2,767 1,318 1,449
Hocking 4,645 2,839 1,806 2,807 1,983 824 1,838 856 982
Meigs 3,952 2,402 1,550 2,357 1,666 691 1,595 736 859
Monroe 3,085 1,906 1,179 1,839 1,306 533 1,246 600 646
Morgan 2,691 1,554 1,137 1,586 1,063 523 1,105 491 614
Noble 3,302 2,415 887 2,116 1,586 530 1,186 829 357
Perry 5,199 3,183 2,016 3,276 2,120 1,156 1,923 1,063 860
Washington 11,274 6,925 4,349 6,451 4,512 1,939 4,823 2,413 2,410

Notes: All figures are estimates based on a sample and subject to sampling and non-sampling error. ^Majority in this case means non-Hispanic whites, Minority means Hispanics (regardless of race), black, Asian, Pacific islanders, American Indians, Alaskan Natives, and people of two or more races. A “*” means the estimate’s reliability is questionable. A **” means the estimate is unreliable. ^^Poverty Status is determined for all persons except those in group quarters. ^^^The civilian non-institutional population can include group quarters residents, depending on how much control people running the establishments have over the residents’ lives; disabilities usually are self-reported and refer to dressing, vision, hearing, cognition, ambulation, self-care, and /or independent living.

Source: 2012-2016 American Community Survey Summary Files (Ohio) [machine-readable data files] / prepared by the Census Bureau. Washington, D.C.: the Bureau [producer & distributor], 2017, Tables B01001, B01001H, B09020, B16004, B17020, & B18101

Prepared by: Office of Research, Ohio Development Services Agency. Telephone 614-466-2116 (DL, 7/18).