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Only San Mateo County, California has both such a high median household income ($93,623) and such a high natural amenities index (8.19).

So, any other county with as high a median household income also has lower natural amenities index. Likewise, any other county with as high a natural amenities index also has lower median household income.

San Mateo County, California has these related standings among all 3,142 counties:

  • median household income = $93,623 (20th-highest)

  • homicides per 100,000 population = 3.490 (873rd-fewest, tied)

  • violent crimes per 100,000 population = 235.49 (1,272nd-most)

  • natural amenities index = 8.19 (17th-highest)

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Peers

closest are Santa Clara County, California ($96,310, 5.95), Douglas County, Colorado ($102,964, 5.15), Los Alamos County, New Mexico ($101,934, 3.04), and Morris County, New Jersey ($100,214, 1.30), ending with Putnam County, New York ($96,148, 0.37).

11 counties were ruled out due to missing, unknown, or not-applicable values for natural amenities index.

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References

  1. median household income. Higher values are better. Source is the 2015 Census.
  2. natural amenities index. Higher values are better. The natural amenities index, similar to a score, measures natural, physical, environmental qualities that most people prefer, like warm winter, winter sun, temperate summer, low summer humidity, topographic variation, and water area. The index/score ranges from -6 to +12, where higher is better. Source is Department of Agriculture, 1999.

Profile

San Mateo County, California is in California, is in the Western states, and is urban high-performing.

 

     Numeric values:
  • median household income ($93,623)
  • public-school spending per student ($14,683)
  • average weekly wage ($2,065)
  • per-capita spending on police and fire protection ($702.69)
  • youth who live within 5 miles of a public school (99.91%)
  • households with internet access (97.48%)
  • households with utility gas or electric for home heating (96.32%)
  • population living close to emergency facilities (75.97%)
  • labor-force participation (68.67%)
  • adults who don't eat enough daily fruits & vegetables (67.40%)
  • pre-school enrollment (64.45%)
  • homeownership rate (59.1%)
  • 4th-grade students who are proficient in English Language Arts (53.71%)
  • population age 25+ with an Associate Degree or higher (53.13%)
  • households where housing costs (mortgage or rent and utilities) exceed 30% of household income (40.40%)
  • racial integration (29.00%)
  • adult obesity (20.70%)
  • heart disease among older adults (18.65%)
  • land area covered by tree canopy, weighted by population (17.02%)
  • adults who did NOT take part in leisure-time physical activity or exercise in the past month (15.60%)
  • new-business growth rate (11.04%)
  • adults who self-report fair or poor general health within the last 30 days (10.88%)
  • older adults (Medicare beneficiaries) who are diagnosed with depression (10.35%)
  • population without nearby access to a large grocery store (9.86%)
  • population without health insurance (8.77%)
  • adults of age 18+ who smoke tobacco (8.66%)
  • cancer among older adults (8.55%)
  • workers who commute 60 minutes or more (8.02%)
  • poverty rate (7.97%)
  • adult diabetes (7.6%)
  • overcrowded households (7.40%)
  • newborns with low birth weight (6.70%)
  • change in median household value (+5.75%)
  • households in a FEMA-designated flood hazard area (5.72%)
  • households with no vehicle (5.49%)
  • tax returns that claim adult education tax credits (4.76%)
  • civilian labor-force unemployment (3.0%)
  • households that receive public-assistance income (1.56%)
  • teenage birth rate (1.20%)
  • youth of ages 16-19 who are neither working nor enrolled in school (1.13%)
  • relative disparity in unemployment rates among the disabled, compared to the total population (0.70%)
  • vacant houses (0.52%)
  • unsafe drinking water exposure (0.02%)
  • affordable housing relative to low-income population (-76.53)
  • food environment index (8.7)
  • jobs within a 45-minute commute by car (214,680)
  • local food outlets per 100,000 in population (3.5)
  • natural amenities index (8.19)
  • nonprofits per 100,000 population (42.0)
  • variety of industries among available jobs (0.77)
  • walkability index (10.16)
  • airborne cancer risk per million in population (55.24)
  • car crash fatalities per 100,000 population (5.44)
  • chronic health risk from exposure to toxic chemicals (246.8)
  • days per month that adults self-report 'not good' mental health (2.99)
  • deaths due to drug overdose, alcohol, or suicide per 100,000 population (23.87)
  • homicides per 100,000 population (3.490)
  • preventable hospital admissions per 100,000 population (1,957)
  • property crimes per 100,000 population (1,999)
  • relative disparity in Bachelor's degree among blacks and hispanics, compared to whites (0.48)
  • relative disparity in income among blacks and hispanics, compared to whites (0.49)
  • relative disparity in pollution exposure among blacks, hispanics, and other, compared to whites (7.99)
  • relative disparity in poverty rates among blacks and hispanics, compared to whites (0.26)
  • relative disparity in premature death among blacks and hispanics, compared to whites (0.07)
  • risk of developing serious respiratory complications per 10,000 in population (4.98)
  • very-hot days per year (0)
  • violent crimes per 100,000 population (235.49)
  • CMS-certified beds within active hospitals per 1,000 population (1.74)
  • first responders per 1,000 population (0.700)
  • population (771,410)
  • primary-care doctors per 100,000 population (105.99)

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