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DEMOGRAPHICS | POPULATION BY ZIP CODE Official census data shows that over the decade between 2000 and 2010, the city’s population increased by nearly 50 percent. Between the time the two most recent census surveys were taken, an average of nearly 900 new residents a month chose to call Henderson home. Even though the percentage growth has varied because of the growing population base, the actual number of new residents per year during that period had been relatively stable, slowing only as signs of an economic downturn were beginning to manifest. Today, Henderson 14 continues to attract new residents and enjoys positive growth even though that rate has slowed significantly. The Population Projections Table below are trends and projections for upcoming census and mid-census year data compiled by the City of Henderson Community Development Department, and may offer a more timely representation of currentpopulation trends. Historical Population Trends and Future Growth Projections Year Total # of New Residents Percent Change 1998 157,376 12,818 8.9% 1999 171,076 13,700 8.7% 2000 185,673 14,597 8.5% 2001 198,226 12,553 6.8% 2002 210,206 11,980 6.0% 2003 220,236 10,030 4.8% 2004 233,506 13,270 6.0% 2005 243,897 10,391 4.4% 2006 256,128 12,231 5.0% 2007 265,790 9,662 3.8% 2008 272,063 6,273 2.4% 2009 275,134 3,071 1.1% 2010 276,428 1,294 0.5% 2015 284,968 8,540 3.1% 2020 309,314 24,346 8.5% 2025 333,336 24,022 7.8% 2030 358,280 24,943 7.5% 2035 382,659 24,379 6.8% 2040 405,889 23,230 6.1% Build-Out* 483,267 77,379 19.1% Source: City of Henderson Community Development Department, January 2015.


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