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Table 20 DEMOGRAPHICS Building Permits Occupational Composition 2010 Number Value millions Managerial and Professional 48.30 932 32.6 Technical Sales and Administrative 18.90 880 19.2 Production and Transportation 10.50 836 11.6 Service Occupations 7.70 767 28.1 801 14.1 747 227.7 1024 53.8 1016 45.0 937 20.1 730 16.5 Employment Trends Ozaukee County Water Wastewater Employment Unemployment Active Accounts Serviced 4899 Rate Water Treated and Distributed 3.90 millions of gallons 364 44726 4.5 Sanitary Sewers miles 54.66 44249 5.7 Water Main miles 69.78 2011 44425 5.2 2010 43703 5.4 Elections 2015 2009 43817 7.4 Registered Voters Turn-out Percent 2008 46117 4.7 2007 47050 3.3 Spring General 7901 1874 23.7 2006 46467 3.5 Parks Infrastructure Developed Parks Acres Maintained Miles of State Highway System 2.54 17 120 Miles of County Highway System 3.28 17 120 Miles of Local Roads and Streets 53.02 17 120 Miles of Sidewalks 82.64 17 120 Number of Street Lights 1659 17 120 17 120 School Registration 2013-2014 17 120 Elementary Schools Grades K-5 947 17 120 John Long Middle School Grades 6-8 489 17 120 Grafton High School Grades 9-12 746 Public Safety Number of Sworn Police Officers Number of Police Stations 1 2014 22 Number of Fire Stations 1 2013 22 ISO Rating 3 2012 22 2011 22 2010 22 2009 22 2008 22 2007 21 2006 21 Source Wisconsin Department of Revenue Wisconsin Department of Administration Village of Grafton Annual Financial Reports and Village of Grafton Comprehensive Master Plan 2012 2013 2014 2014 Year 2008 2007 2006 2006 2010 2009 2008 2007 2013 2012 2012 2011 2014 2013 2011 2005 2010 2009 150