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City of Longmont Census Information

2010 Census

The Census counts every resident in the United States every 10 years. The last Census took place in April of 2010. Data is released as it becomes available. For more information and quick facts on Longmont or other cities and states, visit the

United States Census Bureau

2010 Census information for Longmont (updated April 2011)

Subject
Total
18 years and over
 
Number
Percent
Number
Percent
POPULATION      
 
Total Population

86,270

100.0

63,673

100.0

 
RACE
 
 
 
 
One race

83,784

97.1

62,481

98.1

White

71,877

83.3

54,635

85.8

Black or African American

815

0.9

562

0.9

American Indian and Alaska Native

859

1.0

605

1.0

Asian

2,758

3.2

1,990

3.1

Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander

44

0.1

31

0.0

Some Other Race

7,431

8.6

4,658

7.3

Two or More Races

2,486

2.9

1,192

1.9

 

HISPANIC OR LATINO AND RACE

Hispanic or Latino (of any race)

21,191

24.6

12,951

20.3

Not Hispanic or Latino

65,079

75.4

50,722

79.7

One race

63,690

73.8

50,071

78.6

White

59,772

69.3

47,235

74.2

Black or African American

661

0.8

474

0.7

American Indian and Alaska Native

413

0.5

321

0.5

Asian

2,696

3.1

1,949

3.1

Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander

40

0.0

27

0.0

Some Other Race

108

0.1

65

0.1

Two or More Races

1,389

1.6

651

1.0

 

HOUSING UNITS

Total Housing Units

35,008

100.0

 

OCCUPANCY STATUS

Occupied housing units

33,252

95.0

Vacant housing units

1,756

5.0

 

2000 Census

The 2000 United States Census Bureau long form gathered key household information on topics such as school enrollment and education levels, marital status, previous residency, employment and income, poverty status, journey to work, mortgage and rental costs.

Additional Census 2000 information can be found be accessing the following sites:

The following documentation is available in PDF file format. For help in downloading Adobe Acrobat *.Pdf files, see our support page.

Profile of Long mont's General Demographic Characteristics

(U. S. Census Bureau)
Profile of Boulder County's General Demographic Characteristics

(U. S. Census Bureau)

Below are tables (PDF file format) that the Planning and Development Services Division has extracted from the release of the long form based on information from the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) and the U.S. Census Bureau. The tables are compiled by the Planning Division for comparison by City (Long mont's), County (Boulder) and State (Colorado).

Map Disclaimer: The City of Long mont's strives to provide the public with accurate information. With this good faith effort, the City of Long mont's makes no warrants, express or implied, regarding the accuracy, completeness, reliability, or suitability of this data. Furthermore, the City of Long mont's disclaims any liability associated with the use or misuse of this data. In accessing and/or relying on this data, the user fully assumes any and all risk associated with this information.

Category
Information (PDF file format)
Maps (PDF file format)
Employment
Male Employment Status (429KB)
Income
 
 
 
Poverty
 
 
 
Housing
 
Mortgage Costs (444KB)
 
Renter Costs (444KB)
Rent as Percent of Income (450KB)
 
Transportation
 
 
School and education
School Enrollment (458KB)
 
Language
Language (440KB)
Marital Status
Marital Status (440KB)
Grandparents as caregivers
 
Disability status
 
Residence
 
2000 and 1990 Populations - Long mont's
Race Distribution (445KB)
2000 and 1990 Populations - Boulder County
 
2000 and 1990 Regional Employment
 
Census Tract
Census Tract Map
(376 KB)
Census Tract
 
Census Tract
 
Census Tract
 

 

 

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