We are sure you remember the 2020 US Census, that decennial count of Americans that, for the first time in recent memory if ever, took place in the midst of a pandemic.
Now that it’s 2021, you might expect the numbers to be released soon for Ohio, Delaware County, and the county’s cities and villages. You would be mostly right. Here’s what’s up.
Just before New Year’s, the Census Bureau shared the following:
“Data collection is just one part of producing a complete and accurate 2020 Census. Since mid-October, Census Bureau experts have been hard at work on processing the data. More…
By: 1808Delaware Staff
The numbers are heading in the right direction.
In the recently released 2019 estimates of population for America’s cities, towns, and incorporated areas, Delaware County communities saw some growth. These estimates come a year before release of the official 2020 census numbers.
According to the US Census Bureau, since 2010 populations in cities in the southern and western regions of the United States have experienced rapid growth. The South leads the way with 10 of the top 15 fastest-growing large U.S. cities, with a population of 50,000 or more. More…
Central Ohio is on track to become a region of 3 million people by 2050, according to the latest population estimates from the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC). The estimates are developed annually by MORPC to provide up-to-date insights into the patterns of growth in the 15-county region.More…