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Kevin J. Hawley

Chief, Cartographic Products and Services Branch, Geography Division

Census Bureau

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4700 Silver Hill Road Room G307

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20233

United States

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The Census Bureau develops county, metro area and micro area population estimates by measuring population change since the most recent census. The Census Bureau uses births, deaths, administrative records and survey data to develop estimates of population. For...more

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Oregon Cities Grow More, Expand Less than National Average | 1000 Friends of Oregon

www.friends.org [cached]

"The suburbs are just growing outward," says Kevin Hawley, a geographer at the Census Bureau in the Atlantic Cities article.


www.eveningsun.com

"It's that commercial development in between that has gotten the two together," Census Bureau geographer Kevin Hawley said.
Hawley said the urban designation includes only portions of some municipalities. "We don't really bring city boundaries into this," Hawley said. "It doesn't correspond to the boundaries of any municipalities." The "urbanized" listing, however, could have its benefits with grants and municipal funding, according to Copella and Hawley. "A lot of other agencies will use this for funding formulas," said Hawley, noting that the health and transportation sectors in particular use the information.


www.friends.org

"The suburbs are just growing outward," says Kevin Hawley, a geographer at the Census Bureau in the Atlantic Cities article.


www.planetizen.com

Kevin Hawley, a geographer at the Census Bureau, looks to the continued outward growth of suburbs.
"These growing urban areas aren't just cities extending their borders, according to Hawley, but rather clusters of urban development on the fringes of cities that are growing towards each other. As two areas spread out and get closer together, the space in between 'gets sort of swallowed as growth between the two areas happens,' Hawley says."


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