Planning & Development Services collects and analyzes data related to long range and current planning projects, and responds to data requests from various City departments, public and private agencies, and citizens.
The United States Census Bureau recently released the 2010 Census data in its entirety. The summarized 2010 Demographic Profile provided by the Census Bureau is available here.
A 2012 Demographic Report was prepared by City staff based on the 2010 Census data. The Report summarizes the information for ease of access by residents, property owners, business owners, and policy makers.
(1990 - current) Yearly Population Estimates
Current Monthly Population Estimates
For more specific information, please contact Jennifer Prochazka, AICP, Principal Planner at CompPlan@cstx.gov or at 979.764.3570
Historic Demographic Data
Demographic Report 2002 (all sections)
2000 Census Profile -General Demographic Characteristics
Table DP-1. Profile of General Demographic Characteristics: 2000.
Table DP-2. Profile of Selected Social Characteristics: 2000.
Table DP-3. Profile of Selected Economic Characteristics: 2000
Table DP-4. Profile of Selected Housing Characteristics: 2000
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GENERAL CENSUS INFORMATION
Census Timeline / Census Form
Information collected by the Census is first used to determine congressional representation. The number of representatives a state has in the U.S. House of Representatives is based on population. Each congressional district represents about 650,000 people. It is important to have an accurate count to ensure that local areas have adequate representation at the federal level
States and cities receive federal funding, like the Community Development Block Grant, based on information collected by the Census. Different funds can be obtained for park development, sidewalk and utility repairs, and other municipal services that help us maintain College Station's high quality of life.
The City of College Station uses Census information to estimate future municipal service needs. Information from the Census provides baseline data to project future water needs, sewer capactiy, police and fire personel, and other essential services provided by the City.
Local Growth and Development
The information collected by the Census is also valuable to our local business community. It provides information that businesses and entrepreneurs use to decide how to best leverage themselves in the College Station market. Census information about population and income are used by businesses to make decisions about locating in the City of College Station.
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If you would like further information please contact Jennifer Prochazka, AICP, Principal Planner at 979.764.3570 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.