Neighborhood Profiles

Population # Used for Budget Allocations for DC's 40 ANC's

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Did You Know that based on the population numbers used to figure DC Budget Allocations for ANC's for FY 2020 out of the 40 ANC's in Washington DC  ANC3/4G has the 26th largest population count of all ANC's, 14,205. This is smaller than the ANC average of 15,043 and almost 40% smaller than the largest ANC, 1A, which has 23,835.  

Transportation to Work of Ward 3 Workers, 2017

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Did You Know that in Ward 3 the means of transportation to work of workers 16 years of age and over in 2017 was:
Drove alone       39%
Public transit      33%
Worked at home  9%
Carpool                7%*
Walked                 7%*
Bicycle                  2%*
Other                    2%*
* At least a 10% margin of error 

Two Highest Enrolled DC Schools By Level, 2018-19

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Did You Know that  Did You Know that in Washington DC the schools with the highest enrollment per level of school were: Elementary School - Lafayette 887 students (2nd was Janney with 739), Middle School - Deal 1,507 students (2nd was Kelly Miller with 482), and High School - Wilson 1,796 students (2nd was Eastern with 744). Yes, the highest enrolled schools by level are the neighborhood schools for students in ANC3/4G. 

Preferred Chevy Chase Community Center Facilities, 2018

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Did You Know  that the 6 facility types that received the most "Very Interested" or "Interested"  votes in the 2018 Survey (929 respondents) on the Current and Future Use of the Chevy Chase Community Center were:

  • Fitness Center w/equipment  528
  • Outdoor Open Space                 490
  • Environmentally Sustainable 486
  • Auditorium w/stage                    482
  • Meeting Room                               469
  • Gymnasium                                    443

Age Distribution for Zip Code 20015, 2017

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Did You Know that zip code 20015 had a population of 15,878 in 2017 with the following distribution:
19 and under      4,140     26.1%
20 - 44                    3,944     24.8%
45 - 64                    4,605     29.0%
65 and up             3,189     20.1% 

People Living Below Poverty Level By Adjacent Zip Codes to 20015

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Did You Know that based on the U.S. Census Bureau's 2013-17 American Community Survey the percent of people living below the poverty level in the Chevy Chase zip code (20015) and all zip codes that border it ranged from 4.9 to 12.8% (Note: for DC as a whole the poverty rate is 17.4%).

  • 20015 - 4.9%
  • 20008 - 6.4%
  • 20012 - 8.7% 
  • 20016 - 9.8%
  • 20011 - 12.8%

Consumer Expenditures: Chevy Chase/Friendship Heights (Published 2019)

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Did You Know that in the Chevy Chase/Friendship Heights area in the 0-1 mile radius (about 28,200 people) extending from Friendship Heights close to the area near Lafayette Elementary School, the 5 largest Consumer Expenditures are:

1. Health Care

2. Food at Home

3. Food Away from Home

4. Entertainment & Recreation

5. Home Improvement

The graph shows expenditures in the thousands (e.g. $158,000 = $158,100,000) 

Ward 3 Residents' Birthplace, 2014

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Did You Know that based on the U.S. Census Bureau's, 2010-2014 American Community Survey Estimates the place of birth for the Ward 3 population (82,795) was distributed as follows:

  •     Born in D.C.                               13,930
  •     Born elsewhere in the U.S. 50,637
  •     Born in Puerto Rico, U.S.
        Island areas, or born abroad
        to American parent(s)           2,144
  •     Foreign born                           16,084