Know Your Ward: Summary

As a part of an ongoing blog series, I will be digging into some of the socio-economic data for the 10 Wards in Windsor. I would note that Census data doesn’t not exactly align with the Windsor Ward map as some census dissemination areas straddle ward boundaries there is some minor variation in the data posted here and the actual for the Ward.

Windsor Wards
DemographicsWard 1Ward 2Ward 3Ward 4Ward 5
Total Population 201622,39523,59019,76623,75719,291
Total Population 201121,97022,67419,14123,39219,149
Average Population Density (Per Square KM)2100.673462.6574937652730
% Pop under 1922.98%13.99%17.80%21.80%19.20%
% Pop over 6522.13%20.10%18.01%14.40%18.33%
Total Single Parent Families9701700129517601525
% of Female Led Single Parent Families75%84.40%82.60%82.10%80.3%
DemographicsWard 6Ward 7Ward 8Ward 9Ward 10
Total Population 201622,28826,58417,82120,73920,956
Total Population 201122,23724,99617,53119,99119,809
Average Population Density (Per Square KM)55122871311822172315
% Pop under 1917.9822.97%24.74%27.90%27.80%
% Pop over 6522.92%20.40%18.37%12.20%15.23%
Total Single Parent Families138512841593865925
% of Female Led Single Parent Families78.70%80.40%83.37%79.1982.50%
IncomeWard 1Ward 2Ward 3Ward 4Ward 5
After Tax Median Income$35,365$19,37920523$26,990$28,235
After Tax Average Income$43,818$23,40125182$31,242$31,408
Low Income Rate (LIM)8.90%44.65%44.9428.78%19.95%
% of population in the bottom income decile7.50%35.87%33.50%19.40%13.01%
% of population in the top income decile17.90%1.67%2.50%5.14%2.60%
IncomeWard 6Ward 7Ward 8Ward 9Ward 10
After Tax Median Income$32,922$31,721$26,608$31,843$27,569
After Tax Average Income$38,685$35,904$29,271$38,930$33,683
Low Income Rate (LIM)13.85%12.04%28.74%11.85%21.12%
% of population in the bottom income decile9.40%6.20%21.28%7.60%13.70%
% of population in the top income decile7.20%8.05%2.00%8.70%8.30%
Total Occupied DwellingsWard 1Ward 2Ward 3Ward 4Ward 5Ward 6Ward 7Ward 8Ward 9Ward 10
% of Public Transit Users to reach Employment1.10%12.70%10.30%7.20%6.08%4.10%2.02%5.70%1.60%2.60%
Total – Occupied private dwellings by number of bedroomsWard 1Ward 2Ward 3Ward 4Ward 5
  No bedrooms0%1%3%0%0%
  1 bedroom2%25%42%15%14%
  2 bedrooms16%29%29%31%34%
  3 bedrooms49%31%17%38%38%
  4 or more bedrooms33%15%8%16%13%
Total – Occupied private dwellings by number of bedroomsWard 6Ward 7Ward 8Ward 9Ward 10
  No bedrooms1%0%0%0%1%
  1 bedroom20%3%14%2%2%
  2 bedrooms27%22%26%13%17%
  3 bedrooms39%45%48%46%47%
  4 or more bedrooms14%29%11%39%33%
Household WealthWard 1Ward 2Ward 3Ward 4Ward 5Ward 6Ward 7Ward 8Ward 9Ward 10
Number of Households with and income greater than $150,0001005 (12.5% of total households)70 (0.7%)150 (1.44%)345 (3.24%)170 (1.8%)495 (4.6%)700 (7.01%)165 (2.3%)]650 (9.5%)575 (8.4%)
Standard Deviation of AT Median Income
Ward 1Ward 2Ward 3Ward 4Ward 5Ward 6Ward 7Ward 8Ward 9Ward 10
3527.495898.64254.47449.823987.785000.083567.875560.674932.815596.17
Top 5 Industries of Employment
Ward 1Ward 2Ward 3
31-33 Manufacturing1825 (17.5%)31-33 Manufacturing1,795 (19%)31-33 Manufacturing1250 (16%)
62 Health care and social assistance1355 (13%)72 Accommodation and food services1,075 (11%)44-45 Retail trade960 (12%)
61 Educational services1160 (11.1%)44-45 Retail trade980 (10.2%)72 Accommodation and food services930 (12%)
44-45 Retail trade1045 (10%)62 Health care and social assistance970 (10%)62 Health care and social assistance850 (11%)
72 Accommodation and food services820 (7.8%)56 Administrative and support, waste management and remediation services890 (9.2%)56 Administrative and support, waste management and remediation services665 (9%)
Ward 4Ward 5Ward 6
31-33 Manufacturing2120 (18%)31-33 Manufacturing2130 (23%)31-33 Manufacturing2320 (22%)
62 Health care and social assistance1440 (13%)44-45 Retail trade1085 (12%)62 Health care and social assistance1415 (13%)
72 Accommodation and food services1210 (11%)62 Health care and social assistance1005 (11%)44-45 Retail trade1060 (10%)
44-45 Retail trade1140 (10%)72 Accommodation and food services855 (9%)61 Educational services820 (8%)
56 Administrative and support, waste management and remediation services810 (7%)56 Administrative and support, waste management and remediation services655 (7%)72 Accommodation and food services680 (6%)
Ward 7Ward 8Ward 9
31-33 Manufacturing2655 (21%)31-33 Manufacturing1680 (23%)31-33 Manufacturing2280 (22%)
62 Health care and social assistance1780 (14%)44-45 Retail trade965 (13%)62 Health care and social assistance1240 (12%)
44-45 Retail trade1280 (10%)62 Health care and social assistance790 (11%)44-45 Retail trade1025 (10%)
72 Accommodation and food services930 (7.5%)72 Accommodation and food services685 (9.4%)72 Accommodation and food services855 (8.4%)
61 Educational services915 (7.4%)56 Administrative and support, waste management and remediation services470 (6.5%)61 Educational services710 (7%)
Ward 10
31-33 Manufacturing1645 (18%)
62 Health care and social assistance1180 (12.7%)
44-45 Retail trade1115 (12.3%)
72 Accommodation and food services755 (8.3%)
61 Educational services745 (8.2%)

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