Travis County Population Increases 21 Percent
Published on: May 20, 2019
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Travis County population increased 21 percent from 1030539 in 2010 to 1248743 in 2018 (According to the U.S. Census Bureau)

Numbers released on April 19 show that the Travis County population increased by more than 21 percent between 2010 and 2018 from 1030539 to 1248743.

Percentage-wise the Austin-Round Rock area has grown more than any other Texas large metro area since 2010 – 26.3 percent – according to the Census Bureau.

The new estimates put the area’s 2018 population at more than 2168000 a 3 percent increase in the last year. Much of that growth is from people moving to the Travis County area from other parts of the United States.

Not only did Travis County experience and increase but the largest county of Williamson did as well.  According to the U.S. Census Bureau Williamson County’s population grew and outstanding 33 percent from 20101 to 2018.  That was a population increase of 426284 to 566719.


For More Information on the growth in Travis County.