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Skagit County's estimated population was 124,100 in 2017?
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There was over 106,000 acres of farmland in Skagit County?
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The per capita personal income of Skagit County during 2016 was $46,565?
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During the 2016-2017 school year, the on-time graduation rate was 73.3%?
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Skagit County is a good representation of what Western Washington has to offer. We are located on the doorstep of the breathtaking San Juan Islands with vast mountains, pristine lakes, rivers and lush lowlands. With 1,000,000 acres of land, Skagit County provides a high quality place for people to… Read More

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Throughout the year, each of the approximately 170 indicators on the Trends website are updated within a few weeks of new data becoming available. But, which ones and when? Our blog webpage provides the answers with a list of recently updated indicators - check it out Our Blog

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Skagit County Trends is a project of the Population Health Trust Advisory Committee. The Trust seeks to enrich local, private, and public decision-making to improve health and wellbeing by providing current and relevant data in an easy to navigate website. The data provided on this site is offered as neutral information for the consumer to utilize as they see fit. More specifically, the goals are:

  • Be a community repository for accurate and reliable data
  • Strengthen public awareness about the status of our community
  • Provide a current and unbiased perspective on the health and vitality of Skagit County
  • Stimulate thinking about how to work together to improve quality of life
  • Serve as a catalyst for people and organizations to develop shared goals and outcomes
Featured Trend

0.1.1 Total Population and Annual Growth Rate: Population growth reveals much about a community. Popular communities experience high rates of growth, bringing wanted economic benefits. In many cases, however, growth can also lead to concerns over traffic, the environment and essential services such as education. Locations experiencing slow rates of population growth, or even depopulation, may face fiscal difficulties and a downward spiral of further...