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Henderson Nevada Economic and Demographic Overview 2013

DEMOGRAPHICS Population by Zip Code Census data shows that over the past 10 years, the City’s popu- beginning to manifest themselves. Today, Henderson continues lation has increased by nearly 50 percent. From 2000 to 2010, to attract new residents and enjoys positive growth even though an average of nearly 900 new residents a month chose to call that rate has slowed significantly. Henderson home. Even though the percentage growth has varied because of the growing population base, the actual number of The tables below are trends and projections compiled by the City new residents per year during that period, had been relatively of Henderson Community Development department and may offer stable, slowing only as signs of an economic downturn were a more timely representation of current population trends. Population Trends and estimates 1998-2030 Population Trends and Projections 16,000 300,000 14,000 250,000 Number of New Residents 12,000 Number of New Residents 200,000 10,000 Total Population Total Population 8,000 150,000 6,000 100,000 4,000 50,000 2,000 0 0 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Total Population New Residents # of New Percen Year 89002 89011 89012 89014 89015 89044 89052 89074 Total Residents Change 1998 - 92 16,013 79,255 62,016 - - - 157,376 12,818 8.9% 1999 - 256 24,943 82,102 63,775 - - - 171,076 13,700 8.7% 2000 - 356 18,307 83,513 65,442 - 18,055 - 185,673 14,597 8.5% 2001 - 504 21,015 38,573 67,105 - 24,398 46,631 198,226 12,553 6.8% 2002 - 621 24,217 39,063 68,780 - 30,287 47,238 210,206 11,980 6.0% 2003 - 654 25,672 38,892 71,332 - 36,566 47,120 220,236 10,030 4.8% 2004 - 847 26,438 39,363 74,468 1,589 42,357 48,444 233,506 13,270 6.0% 2005 - 967 27,510 39,529 78,145 4,586 44,573 48,587 243,897 10,391 4.4% 2006 29,345 13,816 28,510 39,943 41,018 8,307 46,256 48,933 256,128 12,231 5.0% 2007 31,525 16,165 28,567 40,120 41,138 12,202 48,207 47,866 265,790 9,662 3.8% 2008 32,355 17,320 29,376 40,818 41,339 14,535 48,139 48,181 272,063 6,273 2.4% 2009 32,843 18,670 28,713 40,170 41,523 15,858 49,315 48,042 275,134 3,071 1.1% 2010 32,165 19,187 28,829 40,423 40,876 16,486 49,987 48,475 276,428 1,294 0.5% 2015* 32,165 21,122 31,983 40,895 44,406 25,545 51,547 49,285 296,948 20,520 7.4% 2020* 32,205 37,544 34,606 41,520 44,408 40,390 55,643 49,715 336,031 39,083 13.2% 2025* 37,422 62,476 44,476 41,720 46,196 40,390 57,333 50,134 380,147 44,116 13.1% 2030* 39,952 67,414 46,816 42,023 56,947 53,927 59,063 50,599 416,741 36,594 9.6% 2035* 45,085 67,414 48,055 42,023 64,809 64,037 59,063 50,599 441,085 24,343 5.8% Build-Out** 56,974 67,414 48,055 42,023 95,515 71,838 59,063 50,599 491,481 50,396 11.4% Source: City of Henderson Community Development Department, July 2012 *Estimates **Build-Out reflects the capacity within the existing corporate limits Note: The small portion of 89122 that lies within Henderson did not have any population until 2012 and will be included in the next projections Note: In 2006. zip code 89002 was created from a portion of 89015 and zip code 89011 was expanded by taking a portion of zip code 89015 16 16 cityofhenderson.com


Henderson Nevada Economic and Demographic Overview 2013
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