Scroll to the map below to see upscale community areas and top upscale mission sites.
Use the location selector table to find upscale locations.
Check out the upscale learning resources at the bottom of the page.
For Instructions See Community Data Dictionary
|56037000170||Green River||Sweetwater||WY||82935||5601||South Region||3758||1144||IPA06|
|56037000520||Green River||Sweetwater||WY||82935||5601||South Region||3649||1437||IPA05|
|56037001250||Green River||Sweetwater||WY||82935||5601||South Region||6400||2419||IPB03|
|56037001230||Rock Springs||Sweetwater||WY||82901||5601||South Region||4598||1639||IPA05|
|56037000770||Rock Springs||Sweetwater||WY||82901||5601||South Region||3259||1467||IPA06|
|56037000110||Rock Springs||Sweetwater||WY||82901||5601||South Region||2554||1004||IPA06|
SEARCH: In the upper right hand corner above the table is a global search
VIEW ENTRIES: In the upper left hand corner above the table is a place to change how many rows you would like to view.
SORT: Use the up or down arrows to the right of each column title in the header to sort by that column
FILTER: At the bottom of the table is a space for each column to use to filter. You can filter by one or any combination of columns and information that you enter.
BROWSE: In the bottom right hand corner below the table are links to view information about more locations.
A data dictionary describes each column of data and row of data along with a listing of all of the possible entries for each column variable.
You can access the data dictionary here.
In hardcover together for the first time, New York Times columnist David Brooks's acclaimed bestsellers, Bobos in Paradise and On Paradise Drive, with a new introduction by the author David Brooks's insightful, engaging, and hilarious observations on the nature of America and Americans have drawn comparisons to those of Malcolm Gladwell and Jerry Seinfeld. Christopher Buckley applauds him as "the smart, fun-to-read social critic of his generation." In Bobos in Paradise, Brooks coined a term as h…
For a decade, Suburban Nation has given voice to a growing movement in North America to put an end to suburban sprawl and replace the last century's automobile-based settlement patterns with a return to more traditional planning. Founders of the Congress for the New Urbanism, Andres Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk are at the forefront of the movement, and even their critics, such as Fred Barnes in The Weekly Standard, recognized that "Suburban Nation is likely to become this movement's bible."…
How corporate greed and mismanagement ate the American dream. In the 1990s, before the bubble of the "miracle economy" burst, corporate America grew fat on the miseries of the American worker. Media attention has focused on dot-com disasters, massive layoffs, and explosions of corporate violence. But for those millions of Americans who have neither been laid off nor "gone postal," life at the office has become a nightmare: seven-day-a-week workloads; reduced salaries, pensions, and benefits; vi…
A great number of seekers find themselves in the seemingly unreal world of the suburbs. They read spirituality books but find themselves in carpools and coaching soccer, not in monasteries. Dave Goetz, a former pastor, shows that the suburbs are a real world, but a spiritually corrosive one. The land of SUVs and soccer leagues can truly be toxic to the soul. Suburbanites need to understand how the environment affects them and what spiritual disciplines are needed for their faith to survive and t…
This book provides an in-depth analysis of consumerism that draws from a wide range of theoretical, clinical and methodological approaches. Contributors demonstrate that consumerism and the culture that surrounds it exert profound and often undesirable effects on both people's individual lives and on society as a whole. Far from being distant influences, advertising, consumption, materialism and the capitalistic economic system affect personal, social and ecological well-being on many levels. Co…
Several people have asked what motivated us to write a book about commut ing, something that we all do but over which we have very little control. As a matter of fact, the general reaction from professional colleagues and friends alike was first a sort of knowing smile followed by some story. Everyone has a story about a personal commuting experience. Whether it was a problem with a delayed bus, a late arrival, broken-down automobiles, hot trains or subways, during the past year we have heard it…