Choteau Community Input
- Improve wages—food and housing costs are too high for the amount of money that can be made working here
Population pyramids show the number of males and females, by age groups, who live in a community at a given moment. These diagrams allow us to easily compare demographic differences between metropolitan areas, rural towns, and reservations. They illustrate the tendency of big cities to have many residents of working age, while rural small towns have growing populations of elderly residents, and reservations have relatively more young children and youth. Below are the pyramids for the U.S., Montana, and several towns in the region. You can also download a PDF of all pyramids here.
These word clouds were created by the information gathered at our community roundtable discussions. Raw data about each county is located here. The word clouds are a summary of the priorities of each area. A PDF of the word clouds is also available for download.
Below are all of the Pondera County data maps that were used in the Vibrant Futures Regional Plan. You can also download the PDF version of all maps.
These maps contain data for the entire regional, some broken out into counties or census tracts. You may find more detailed information on each county at the links below the maps. You can download the Distance to Services Maps and the Regional Data Maps in PDF.
Below are all of the Teton County data maps that were used in the Vibrant Futures Regional Plan. You can also download the PDF version of all maps. Housing Condition maps are also available below the data maps and the PDF version can be downloaded as well.