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Demographics

The City of Jarrell and the school district continue to show signs of healthy population growth. In 2000, the Census count in the market area was 3,781. The rate of change since 2000 has been 8.09 percent annually.

Jarrell Area Population
9,300

Summary 2000 2010 Increase 2015 Increase
Population 3,781 8,392 122.0% 10,806 28.8%
Households 1,435 3,504 144.2% 4,560 30.1%
Families 1,139 2,764 142.7% 3,571 29.2%
Average Household Size 2.63 2.39 -9.1% 2.37 -0.8%
Owner Occupied Housing Units 1,244 3,061 146.1% 3,984 30.2%
Renter Occupied Housing Units 191 443 131.9% 576 30.0%
Median Age 39.0 48.3 23.8% 50.7 5.0%
Median Household Income $49,531 $68,419 38.1% $74,792 9.3%
Median Home Value $119,207 $253,917 113.0% $310,173 22.2%
Per Capita Income $21,891 $32,689 49.3% 36,380 11.3%

Source: ESRI Business Analyst Online using Jarrell ISD boundary.

The region's race/ethnic distribution

Race/Ethnicity 2000 2010 2015
White Alone 3,301 87.3% 7,232 86.2% 9,384 86.8%
Black Alone 44 1.2% 108 1.3% 139 1.3%
American Indian Alone 21 0.6% 45 0.5% 51 0.5%
Asian Alone 10 0.3% 49 0.6% 66 0.6%
Some Other Race Alone 369 9.8% 847 10.1% 1.027 9.5%
Two or More Races 36 1.0% 110 1.3% 139 1.3%
Hispanic Origin (Any Race) 716 18.9% 1,710 20.4% 2,231 20.6%
Source: ESRI BAO

Population Projections

The five-year projection for the population in the market area is 10,806, representing a change of 5.19 percent annually from 2010 to 2015. Currently, the population is 50.0 percent male and 50.0 percent female.

Race/Ethnicity Jarrell Texas National
Population 5.19% 1.65% 0.76%
Households 5.41% 1.63% 0.78%
Families 5.26% 1.48% 0.64%
Owner HHs 5.41% 1.72% 0.82%
Median Household Income 1.80% 2.54% 2.36%
Source: ESRI BAO

Jarrell is located within Williamson County which has been ranked by the U.S. Census Bureau as the 9th fastest growing county in the nation, with an estimated 2010 population of 422,679, a 69% increase from Census 2000 (Texas State Data Center Estimates).