I. Geography & Demographics VI.  County Government Finance
II. Income & Poverty VII.  Public Infrastructure Needs Inventory
III.  Health & Healthcare VIII.  Adult & Post-secondary Education
IV.  Employment IX.  Public School Systems
V.  Value of Farmland & Agricultural Products Sold
Coffee County, Tennessee
Selected Statistical Information
I.  Geography & Demographics
        Tennessee Coffee County County
Rank*
Percent of State Total
Total Land Area (sq. mi.) 41,217 429 54th  1.0%
Farmland (2007)            
Acres of Farmland (2007) 10,969,798 139,945  31st   1.3%
Acres of Farmland (1992) 11,169,086 132,388  36th   1.2%
Number of Farms (2007) 79,280 1,008  31st   1.3%
Average Size of Farms (Acres, 2007) 138 139  38th  
Population            
2011 American Community Survey 6,297,991 52,620 27th  0.8%
2000 Census 5,689,283 48,014 28th  0.8%
1990 Census 4,877,203 40,343 27th  0.8%
Population Change (2000 to 2011) 608,708 4,606 27th  0.8%
% Growth (2000 to 2011) 10.7% 9.6% 29th 
Population Density (per sq. mi.)     Tennessee Coffee County County
Rank
Comparison to State Figure
2011 American Community Survey 153              123 27th  80.3%
2000 Census 138              112 27th  81.1%
1990 Census 118                94 23rd  79.5%
Urban Population           Percent of State Total
2010 Census 4,213,245 27,829 23rd  0.7%
2000 Census 3,618,968 25,175 21st  0.7%
1990 Census 2,969,948 23,467 19th  0.8%
% Growth (2000 to 2010) 16.4% 10.5% 39th 
% Growth (1990 to 2000) 21.9% 7.3% 48th 
Percent of Population in Urban Areas           Percentage Point Difference
2010 Census 66.4% 52.7% 23rd  -13.7%
2000 Census 63.6% 52.4% 22nd  -11.2%
1990 Census 60.9% 58.2% 11th  -2.7%
Median Age            
2010 Census 38 40 60th 
2000 Census 36 38 45th 
Note: A rank of 1 indicates oldest.
Population Percentages by Age Bracket     Tennessee Coffee County County
Rank
Percentage Point Difference
2010 Census
under 18 23.6% 24.4% 21st  0.8%
18-24 9.6% 8.1% 37th  -1.5%
25-44 26.4% 24.4% 47th  -2.0%
45-64 27.0% 27.3% 73rd  0.3%
65 & over 13.4% 15.8% 53rd  2.4%
2000 Census
under 18 24.6% 25.1% 28th  0.5%
18-24 9.6% 8.3% 57th  -1.3%
25-44 30.2% 28.4% 53rd  -1.8%
45-64 23.2% 23.6% 67th  0.4%
65 & over 12.4% 14.6% 33rd  2.3%
Population Growth by Age Bracket, 2000 (Census) to 2010 (Census)        
Population Percentages by Race/Ethnicity (2010 Census)          
        Tennessee Coffee County County
Rank
Comparison to State Figure
Males per 100 Females (2011) 95.1 94.2 80th  99.1%
Marriages Recorded per 1,000 Population in 2011 9.0 7.6 38th  84.4%
Divorces Recorded per 1,000 Population in 2011 4.3 5.1 70th  118.6%
*Note: A rank of 1 indicates the best condition.
II. Income and Poverty
Per Capita Personal Income     Tennessee Coffee County County
Rank*
Comparison to State Figure
2011 $36,567 $33,998 19th  93.0%
2000 $26,689 $23,631 23rd  88.5%
Compound Annual Growth Rate 2.90% 3.36% 36th 
Median Household Income            
2011 $43,989 $39,268 39th  89.3%
2000 $35,760 $35,885 27th  100.3%
Compound Annual Growth Rate 1.90% 0.82% 80th 
2011 Poverty Rate           Percentage Point Difference
All Ages 18.4% 21.1% 60th  2.70%
Related Children Under 18 Years  26.5% 28.6% 41st  2.10%
2000 Poverty Rate            
All Ages  13.5% 14.3% 47th  0.84%
Related Children Under 18 Years 17.6% 17.8% 44th  0.18%
2012 Food Stamp Recipients (Monthly Average )          
Percent of Occupied Households 26.4% 25.3% 28th  -1.17%
Percent of Individuals 21.1% 22.1% 44th  0.98%
2012 Families First (Monthly Average)            
Percent of Occupied Households 2.5% 2.02% 60th  -0.52%
Percent of Individuals 2.6% 2.04% 69th  -0.51%
*Note: A rank of 1 indicates the best condition.
III. Health & Healthcare
2011 Pregnancy & Birth Rates      Tennessee Coffee County County
Rank*
Comparison to State Figure
Live births per 1,000 Population 12.4             11.5 31st 92.7%
Percent of Live Births to Unmarried Parents 44.1% 47.1% 55th 106.8%
Percent Low Birth Weight 9.0% 7.8% 21st 86.7%
Pregnancies per 1,000 Females Aged 15-44               72.1             68.1 49th 94.5%
Pregnancies per 1,000 Females Aged 10-17                8.9               8.9 35th 100.0%
Pregnancies per 1,000 Females Aged 10-14                0.7               0.6  5th 85.7%
* Note: A rank of 1 indicates the best condition.
2011 Mortality Rates      Tennessee Coffee County County
Rank*
Comparison to State Figure
Number of Deaths per 1,000 Population                9.4             11.8  33rd  125.5%
Number of Deaths per 100,000 Population by Cause of Death
Diseases of the Heart             221.0            282.9 55th 128.0%
Cancer (Malignant Neoplasm)             210.2            248.9 54th 118.4%
Diabetes               27.1             35.8 55th 132.1%
* Note: A rank of 1 indicates the best condition.
22nd
  
Access to Healthcare     Tennessee Coffee County County
Rank
Comparison to State Figure
Medical Doctors per 1,000 (2010) 2.4 1.7 13th  71.9%
Medical Doctors per 1,000 (2007) 1.8 1.7 14th  92.8%
Hospital Beds per 1,000 Population (2010) 3.6 4.1 20th  115.5%
Hospital Beds per 1,000 Population (2008) 4.2 4.3 23rd  102.4%
Nursing Home Beds per 1,000 Pop. 65 & older (2011) 44.8 44.2 55th  98.8%
Nursing Home Beds per 1,000 Pop. 65 & older (2008) 46.0 42.5 68th  92.4%
              Percentage Point Difference
2010 Charity Care--Percent of All Hospital Care 10.4% 0.3% 72nd  -10.1%
2008 Charity Care--Percent of All Hospital Care  9.4% 0.5% 72nd  -8.9%
IV. Employment
Unemployment Rate     Tennessee Coffee County County
Rank*
Percentage Point Difference
2013 (June) 8.8% 8.7% 24th  -0.1%
2012 (June) 8.6% 8.0% 16th  -0.6%
2012 Youth Unemployment Rate (annual) 24.6% 21.0% 27th  -3.6%
2000 Youth Unemployment Rate (annual) 12.0% 8.9% 14th  -3.1%
* Note: A rank of 1 indicates the best condition.
2011 Employment Percentages by Major Industry   Tennessee Coffee County County
Rank
Percent of State Total
Total Employment Top Industries 2,602,604 22,723 21st  0.9%
Manufacturing 11.7% 17.3% 22nd  1.3%
Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services 4.2% 12.3% 8th  2.6%
Local Government 10.7% 11.8% 7th  1.0%
Retail Trade 11.9% 11.7% 21st  0.9%
Health Care and Social Assistance 12.7% 11.4% 18th  0.8%
Accommodation and Food Services 9.1% 7.6% 19th  0.7%
Construction 4.0% 3.0% 24th  0.7%
Finance and Insurance 3.9% 3.0% 20th  0.7%
Wholesale Trade 4.5% 2.7% 18th  0.5%
Federal Government 1.9% 2.2% 12th  1.0%
Other Services (except Public Administration) 2.7% 1.3% 23rd  0.4%
State Government 3.3% 0.9% 8th  0.2%
Information 1.7% 0.9% 21st  0.5%
Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 1.2% 0.9% 17th  0.6%
*Note: Percentages for counties may not total to 100%. 
This table shows the top industries in the county, not all industries.
2011 Average Annual Wage by Major Industry         County
Rank
6th 
19th 
2nd 
21st 
38th 
3rd 
51st 
18th 
22nd 
51st 
59th 
16th 
30th 
16th 
15th 
V.  Value of Farmland and Agricultural Products Sold
2007 Estimates     Tennessee Coffee County County
Rank
Comparison to State Figure
Market Value of Farmland & Buildings (Average Per Farm) $467,420 $486,522 29th  104.1%
Market Value of Farmland & Buildings (Average Per Acre) $3,378 $3,504 41st  103.7%
Total Market Value of Agricultural Products Sold  $2,617,394,000 $37,388,000 22nd  1.4%
Per Capita Value of Agricultural Products Sold $424 $723 43rd  170.4%
VI. County Government Finance (municipalities' revenue data not available)*
Fiscal Year 2011 Revenue by Source (in thousands)   Tennessee Percent of Tennessee Revenue Coffee County Percent of County Revenue
Grand Total  $      7,377,794 100.0%  $     84,023 100.0%
Total State Revenue  $      2,705,115 36.7%  $     24,105 28.7%
Public Schools**          2,360,751 32.0%  $     19,635 23.4%
All Other             344,365 4.7%           4,470 5.3%
Federal Revenue***  $         747,424 10.1%  $       5,795 6.9%
Total Local Revenue  $      3,925,254 53.2%  $     54,123 64.4%
Property Tax          1,820,442 24.7%         26,191 31.2%
Local Sales Tax††             859,716 11.7%         18,873 22.5%
Other Local           1,245,096 16.9%           9,059 10.8%
*Davidson, Gibson, Hamilton, Knox, McMinn, Shelby and Washington County Audits not available as of July 1, 2012
**State revenue for County School Districts Only
***Includes federal revenue through state and direct federal revenue.
Includes county property tax support for city and/or special school districts.
††Includes local option sales tax support for city and/or special school districts.
Includes all other local taxes, licenses and permits, fees and fines, and charges for current services.
 Tax Base      Tennessee Coffee County County
Rank
Percent of State Total
2011 Equalized Assessed Property Value (in thousands) $144,184,673 $973,970 32nd  0.7%
Tax Base Per Capita $22,894 $18,510 45th 
2011 County Property Tax Rate (per $100) $2.97 8th 
2011 Total Taxable Sales (in thousands) $66,377,563 $563,672 20th  0.8%
Tax Base Per Capita $10,539 $10,712 11th 
2011 County Sales Tax Rate 2.75% 1st 
VII.  Public Infrastructure Needs Inventory 
Estimated Costs, 2011 - 2016 (in thousands)     Tennessee Coffee County County
 Rank
Percent of State Total
Project  Type
Transportation  $ 20,029,354  $    107,606 53rd 0.54%
Law Enforcement       1,157,059          76,171 4th 6.58%
New Public Schools       1,604,136          57,000 8th 3.55%
Water and Wastewater       4,110,530          26,710 38th 0.65%
Existing School Improvements       1,990,971          24,293 15th 1.22%
Public Buildings         393,884            3,000 17th 0.76%
Recreation         942,863            1,995 54th 0.21%
Business District Development         971,261            1,200 16th 0.12%
Industrial Sites and Parks         247,230              380 56th 0.15%
Other Utilities         172,131              264 25th 0.15%
Post-secondary Education & Preschools       3,545,708                   - - -
Community Development         455,079                   - - -
Public Health Facilities         426,158                   - - -
Libraries, Museums, and Historic Sites         312,533                   - - -
Storm Water         285,963                   - - -
Fire Protection         170,402                   - - -
Other Facilities           95,026                   - - -
School System-wide           73,995                   - - -
Solid Waste           33,518                   - - -
Telecommunications           19,300                   - - -
Housing           14,800                   - - -
Property Acquisition                    -                   - - -
Grand Total  $ 37,051,902  $    298,619 28th 0.81%
VIII.  Adult & Post-secondary Education
Adult Educational Attainment (Persons 25 years and over)   Tennessee Coffee County County
 Rank
Percentage Point Difference
2007-2011 American Community Survey 
Percent w/ HS diploma (or equivalent) or better 83.2% 81.8% 25th  -1.4%
Percent w/ Bachelors Degree or better 23.0% 19.1% 18th  -3.9%
2000 Census
Percent w/ HS diploma (or equivalent) or better 75.9% 73.7% 25th  -2.2%
Percent w/ Bachelors Degree or better 19.6% 17.5% 16th  -2.1%
1990 Census
Percent w/ HS diploma (or equivalent) or better 67.1% 65.1% 19th  -2.0%
Percent w/ Bachelors Degree or better 16.0% 15.3% 14th  -0.6%
*Note: Percentages do not add to 100%
because categories are not mutually exclusive.
*Note: 2011 educational attainment data not yet available. 
 Number of Post-secondary Institutions (Fall 2011)     Tennessee Coffee County    
Four-year Colleges and Universities 55 0
Public 10 0
Private 45 0
Other Institutions 508 6
Two-Year Public (Community Colleges) 13 0
Two-Year Private Institutions 4 0
Technology Centers 26 0
Off-Campus Centers 41 0
Off-Campus Sites 424 6
Enrollment at Post-secondary Institutions (Fall 2011)            
Four-year Colleges and Universities         217,861 189
Public         138,811 189
Private           79,050 0
Other Institutions         139,347 282  
Two-Year Public (Community Colleges)           74,548 0  
Two-Year Private Institutions             1,684 0  
Technology Centers           10,710 0  
Off-Campus Centers           25,174 0  
Off-Campus Sites           27,231 282
IX.  Public School Systems (Total number of school systems in Tennessee is 136)
        Statewide Coffee County Manchester City Tullahoma City      
Number of Students
2011-2012 950,547 4,351 1,373 3,258
System Rank for Students 51st  108th  72nd 
Percent of Statewide 0.5% 0.1% 0.3%      
2000-2001 896,556 4,163 1,180 3,606
System Rank for Students 52nd  116th  63rd 
Percent of Statewide 0.5% 0.1% 0.4%      
Increase/(Decrease) 53,991               188               193           (348)            
Percent Change 6.0% 4.5% 16.4% -9.6%      
2011-2012    
Free or Reduced-price Meals 60.9% 61.2% 64.0% 51.1%
Federal Title 1 58.0% 61.8% 97.4% 29.2%
Special Education 11.4% 14.5% 23.4% 19.7%
English Language Learners 3.8% N/A 0.2% 0.0%
        Statewide Coffee County Manchester City Tullahoma City      
2011 Accreditation by Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
Elementary Schools 57.0% 100.0% 100.0% NA
Secondary Schools 90.7% 100.0% 100.0% NA
                     
Students per Classroom Teacher*
2011-12 14.7 14.0               13.7            14.1         
System Rank for Students/Classroom Teacher 52nd   41st    61st           
2000-2001 15.8 15.0               15.8            16.0         
System Rank for Students/Classroom Teacher 42nd   88th    99th           
Increase/(Decrease)             (1)                  (1)                  (2)               (2)            
*Note: Classroom teachers include art, music and physical education teachers.  Because these auxiliary teachers are
included, ratios of students to classroom teachers do not represent and tend to be lower than actual class sizes.
        Statewide Coffee County Manchester City Tullahoma City      
Progress Through School
Promotion Rate
2011-2012 98.4% 99.6% n/a 99.4%
1999-2000 96.8% 98.8% 98.7% 99.6%
Dropout Rate
2011-2012 6.9% 5.0% n/a 7.2%
1999-2000 14.4% 12.1% n/a 9.2%
*Note: DOE did not update the Cohort Drop Out Rate
        Statewide Coffee County Manchester City Tullahoma City      
Expenditures per Student
2011-2012 $8,551 $8,385 $9,835 $9,643
System Rank for Expenditures per Student 49th  6th  8th 
Percent of Statewide 98.1% 115.0% 112.8%      
2001-2002 $5,678 $5,415 $6,449 $6,057
System Rank for Expenditures per Student 82nd  19th  33rd 
Percent of Statewide 95.4% 113.6% 106.7%      
Increase/Decrease $2,873 $2,970 $3,386 $3,586      
Percent Change 50.6% 54.9% 52.5% 59.2%      
                     
Classroom Teachers' Average Salary
2011-2012 $47,082 $43,400 $47,016 $46,824
System Rank for Ave. Teacher Salary 53rd  17th  19th 
Percent of Statewide 92.2% 99.9% 99.5%      
2000-2001 $37,431 $35,216 $38,204 $38,566
System Rank for Ave. Teacher Salary 46th  24th  21st 
Percent of Statewide 94.1% 102.1% 103.0%      
Increase/(Decrease) $9,650 $8,184 $8,812 $8,258
Percent Change 25.8% 23.2% 23.1% 21.4%      
        Statewide Coffee County Manchester City Tullahoma City       
Revenue by Source (percent of total)
2011-2012
Federal 14.5% 13.0% 10.5% 11.9%  
State 46.3% 52.5% 46.6% 40.3%
Local 39.2% 34.5% 42.9% 47.8%      
System Rank for Percent Local 38th  19th  14th       
2000-2001
Federal 9.5% 9.2% 8.7% 7.5%
State 46.9% 53.5% 45.5% 41.1%
Local 43.7% 37.3% 45.8% 51.3%
System Rank for Percent Local 43rd  21st  17th       
        Statewide Coffee County County
Rank
       
FY 2014 County Area Fiscal Capacity
Per Pupil Fiscal Capacity $3,079 $2,691 20th 
Percent of Statewide Figure 87.4%
Sources of Information for County Profiles
I. Geography & Demographics
U.S. Bureau of the Census–all data except for marriage and divorce rates.
  www.census.gov
  U.S. Department of Agriculture–farmland data
  http://www.usda.gov/wps/portal/usdahome
  http://www.agcensus.usda.gov
  TN Dept. of Health - marriage and divorce rates.
  http://health.tn.gov
II. Income & Poverty
U.S. Bureau of the Census–median household income data & poverty rates.
www.census.gov
TN Dept. of Human Services–Food Stamp data and Families First data.
http://www.tn.gov/foodstamps
http://tn.gov/humanserv/adfam/afs_tanf.html
U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis–per capita income data
www.bea.gov
III. Health & Healthcare
TN Dept.of Health, Health Statistics & Research–pregnancy, births, mortality & healthcare access data.
http://health.tn.gov/statistics/healthdata.htm
IV. Employment
TN Dept. Of Labor and Workforce Development–unemployment data. 
http://www.tn.gov/labor-wfd/
U.S. Department of Labor–employment data.
www.bls.gov/lau/home.htm
V. Value of Farmland and Agricultural Product Sold
U.S. Department of Agriculture–farmland data
http://www.usda.gov/wps/portal/usdahome
VI. County Government Finance (municipalities' revenue data not available)
TN County Technical Advisory Service (CTAS), Resource Center–county revenue data.
www.ctas.utk.edu
TN Comptroller of the Treasury, Division of Property Assessment–equalized assessed property values.
http://www.comptroller.tn.gov/pa/taxaggr.asp
TN Dept. of Revenue–total taxable sales.
http://www.tn.gov/revenue/statistics/index.shtml
VII. Public Infrastructure Needs Inventory
TN Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations–all data. 
http://tn.gov/tacir/infrastructure.html
VIII. Adult & Post-secondary Education
U.S. Bureau of the Census–educational attainment.
www.census.gov/population/www/socdemo/educ-attn.html
TN Higher Education Commission–post-secondary institution and enrollment data.
www.tn.gov/thec
IX. Public School Systems (Total number of school systems is 136)
TN Department of Education–all data except fiscal capacity.
http://www.tn.gov/education/reports_data.shtml
TN Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations–education fiscal capacity.
http://tn.gov/tacir/fiscalcapacity.html
Prepared by TACIR