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Old 04-24-2010, 02:09 PM
 
Location: Lancaster, TX
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The North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) released its annual population estimates for the area yesterday. Based on that data, here's how many people each city has gained or lost since the last census in 2000. The list only includes cities that had an estimated population of 5,000 or more.

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Numerical Population Increase 2000-2010
201,506 Fort Worth.........7,543 Royse City........1,569 White Settlement
127,770 Dallas.............7,253 Prosper...........1,400 Azle
73,336 Frisco..............7,126 Saginaw...........1,134 Lake Dallas
72,531 McKinney............7,075 Anna................973 Bridgeport
42,970 Plano...............6,456 Fairview............749 Decatur
40,646 Allen...............5,937 Fate................700 Kennedale
37,681 Arlington...........5,891 Grapevine...........582 Haltom City
29,763 Denton..............5,799 Red Oak.............572 Joshua
28,869 Mansfield...........5,381 Southlake...........510 Kaufman
23,868 Wylie...............5,083 Crowley.............315 River Oaks
22,085 Irving..............5,026 Glenn Heights.......218 Richland Hills
20,354 Little Elm..........4,690 Roanoke.............176 University Park
18,713 Lewisville..........4,395 Cleburne............-36 Everman
17,074 Rockwall............3,975 Balch Springs......-116 Addison
15,027 Mesquite............3,792 Benbrook...........-192 Highland Park
14,207 Cedar Hill..........3,792 Farmers Branch.....-999 Forest Hill
14,074 Burleson............3,792 Coppell
13,832 Garland.............3,577 Seagoville
13,569 The Colony..........3,339 Celina
13,105 Keller..............3,314 Colleyville
12,524 Carrollton..........3,169 Duncanville
12,248 Flower Mound........3,105 Ennis
11,954 DeSoto..............3,083 Greenville
10,765 N. Richland Hills...3,077 Highland Village
10,706 Lancaster...........2,923 Princeton
10,601 Murphy..............2,901 Heath
9,997 Rowlett..............2,598 Bedford
9,674 Waxahachie...........2,516 Sanger
9,398 Richardson...........2,510 Lucas
9,370 Midlothian...........2,442 Watauga
9,349 Sachse...............2,327 Hurst
8,695 Euless...............2,008 Commerce
8,425 Corinth..............1,944 Terrell
8,050 Weatherford..........1,797 Keene
7,862 Forney...............1,650 Trophy Club


Population Growth Rate 2000-2010
1,282.3% Fate..............37.0% Denton..............10.5% Coppell
573.5% Anna................35.9% Keene...............10.3% Dallas
558.3% Little Elm..........33.0% Seagoville..........10.2% Richardson
345.9% Prosper.............31.8% DeSoto...............8.8% Duncanville
344.2% Fairview............26.0% Trophy Club..........7.9% Kaufman
342.1% Murphy..............25.9% Commerce.............6.4% Garland
255.1% Royse City..........25.3% Highland Village.....6.4% Hurst
217.5% Frisco..............25.0% Southlake............5.5% Bedford
179.4% Celina..............24.2% Flower Mound.........4.5% River Oaks
166.9% Roanoke.............24.1% Lewisville...........2.7% Richland Hills
157.7% Wylie...............22.5% Rowlett..............1.5% Haltom City
140.7% Forney..............20.5% Balch Springs........0.8% University Park
134.8% Red Oak.............20.2% Bridgeport..........-0.6% Everman
133.4% McKinney............19.4% Ennis...............-0.8% Addison
125.3% Midlothian..........19.4% Plano...............-2.2% Highland Park
103.0% Mansfield...........19.3% N. Richland Hills...-7.7% Forest Hill
95.9% Sachse...............18.9% Euless
95.0% Rockwall.............18.8% Benbrook
93.3% Allen................18.4% Lake Dallas
86.9% Lucas................16.9% Cleburne
84.1% Princeton............16.9% Colleyville
74.4% Corinth..............14.6% Azle
69.9% Heath................14.4% Decatur
69.6% Glenn Heights........14.3% Terrell
68.1% Crowley..............14.0% Grapevine
67.1% Burleson.............13.8% Farmers Branch
57.6% Saginaw..............12.8% Greenville
55.5% Sanger...............12.6% Joshua
51.1% The Colony...........12.1% Mesquite
47.9% Keller...............12.0% Kennedale
45.2% Waxahachie...........11.5% Irving
44.3% Cedar Hill...........11.4% Carrollton
42.4% Weatherford..........11.3% Arlington
41.3% Lancaster............11.1% Watauga
37.7% Fort Worth...........10.6% White Settlement


Link to last year's thread: NCTCOG 2009 Population Growth Statistics
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Old 04-24-2010, 02:50 PM
 
Location: North Richland Hills, TX
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Fort Worth gained alot due to people moving in, building houses, and also the large amount of annexations that they have undertaken.
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