Population

Page Contents

 
  • High Point Planning and Development Department
  • High Point Information and Technology Department - GIS Division
  • Piedmont Triad Regional Council
  • N.C. State Data Center
  • N.C. Center for Health Statistics
  • U.S. Census Bureau
High Point Planning & Development Department
The High Point Planning & Development Department can provide information about:
  • Age
  • Density
  • Educational Attainment
  • Growth Rate
  • Language Spoken
  • Persons With Disabilities
  • Place of Birth
  • Population Estimates
  • Population Projections
  • Race/Ethnicity
  • Sex
  • Total Population
The Planning and Development Department obtains and analyzes a variety of demographic and socioeconomic data, including population figures, every ten years as part of its Decennial Census Analysis (PDF). It was most recently completed in 2012 using information from the 2010 Census and 2006-2010 American Community Survey.

The department also provides a variety of other population related information, including the following:
  • Density - The population density of the city can be calculated using the area of the city and population figures.
  • Estimates - The Planning and Development Department calculates the City’s official population estimate (PDF) every year. This information is also summarized in the department’s annual report.
  • Growth Rates - Population growth since the last census and from year to year based on Census population figures and the City’s annual estimates is available in the Planning and Development Department’s annual report.
  • Projections - The Planning and Development Department prepares periodic population projections (PDF) for the city, currently to the year 2035.
High Point Information & Technology Services Department
The High Point Information & Technology Services Department can provide information about:
  • Age
  • Educational Attainment
  • Language Spoken
  • Place of Birth
  • Race/Ethnicity
  • Sex
  • Total Population
The GIS Division has the following decennial Census data available in their GIS database:
  • Age and Sex - 1990, 2000, and 2010
  • Educational Attainment - 2000
  • Nativity and Language - 2000
  • Race and Ethnicity - 1990, 2000, and 2010
  • Total Population - 1990, 2000, and 2010
Piedmont Triad Regional Council
The Piedmont Triad Regional Council can provide information about:
  • Age
  • Educational Attainment
  • Language Spoken
  • Persons With Disabilities
  • Place of Birth
  • Population Estimates
  • Population Projections
  • Race/Ethnicity
  • Sex
  • Total Population
PTRC has links on their Regional Data Center web page to the following information from the Census Bureau and the state:
  • The latest population estimates and historic population counts for counties and municipalities in the region
  • Population projections for counties in the region
  • Links to other websites where the latest population data can be found
  • Demographic, social, economic and housing profiles from the Census for all the counties and municipalities in the region
N.C. State Data Center
The N.C. State Data Center can provide information about:
  • Age
  • Educational Attainment
  • Language Spoken
  • Persons With Disabilities
  • Place of Birth
  • Population Estimates
  • Population Projections
  • Race/Ethnicity
  • Sex
  • Total Population
The following data is available at the state, county and municipal level on the Log Into North Carolina (LINC) website. To access the data follow the instructions on each screen. The source of the information is described at the bottom of each report.
  • Educational Attainment
  • Persons with Disabilities
  • Race/Ethnicity
  • Sex by Age
  • Total Population
Estimates - The N.C. Office of State Budget and Management produces annual population estimates for municipalities and counties with growth rates since the last census.

Projections - The N.C. Office of State Budget and Management prepares projections for the state and counties (currently through July 2035), which are updated annually.

N.C. Center for Health Statistics
The N.C. Center for Health Statistics can provide information about:
  • Natural Increase
The natural population increase (births minus deaths) for the state and counties is produced annually by the N.C. Center for Health Statistics. This data also includes a variety of related information, such as the location of births and deaths, and infant mortality rates.

U.S. Census Bureau
The U.S. Census Bureau can provide information about:
  • Age
  • Educational Attainment
  • Language Spoken
  • Persons With Disabilities
  • Place of Birth
  • Population Estimates
  • Race/Ethnicity
  • Sex
  • Total Population
The Census Bureau produces population counts every 10 years after the decennial census. Population figures down to the block level from the 2010 and 2000 census are available on the American FactFinder website.

For information from the 2010 Census for the City of High Point, including total population, sex by age, race, and Hispanic or Latino origin see the Census Table - 2010 (PDF) on the Planning and Development Department’s publications webpage.

The Census Bureau also prepares population estimates each year between the decennial censuses for the United States, North Carolina, counties, and cities, which are available on the American FactFinder website.