Demographics

 

10 Mile Radius

20 Mile Radius

30 Mile Radius

Population 2000

Population 2010

Historical Annual Growth (2000-2010)

Median Age 2010

26,321

26,486

164

34

43,384

42,267

-1,117

37

79,940

77,042

-2,898

40

       

Households 2000

Households 2010

Historical Annual Growth (2000-2010)

9,721

10,525

804

16,541

17,057

543

21,322

31,428

107

       

White

Black

American Indian/Alaskan Native

Asian

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

Other

Two+ Races

Population Hispanic

Population Non-Hispanic

23,494

1,622

62

571

2

215

520

797

25,688

38,954

1,682

94

593

5

258

681

743

41,324

72,868

2,004

151

665

9

362

982

1,376

75,665

       

Group Quarters Population              

Institutionalized

Correctional Institutions

Juvenile

Nursing Home

In Other Institutions

Non-Institutionalized

College Dorms

Military Quarters

Other (Non-Institutional)

3,989

278

278

3,711

3,680

31

4,245

401

401

3,844

3,680

164

5,052

871

93

778

4,181

3,680

501

       

Total Housing Units

Occupied

Renter

Owner

Owned Free & Clear

Owner With Mortgage

Vacant

11.572

10,525

4,884

5,641

2,428

3,213

1,048

19,018

17,057

6,141

10,916

4,971

5,945

1,961

35,367

31,428

9,192

22,236

10,300

11,934

3,939

 

Source: Applied Geographic Solutions

Macomb is a region of education, commerce, healthcare, recreation, cultural arts and much more. Macomb’s friendly community draws thousands of people to enjoy shops, dinning, festivities and work. With prospering opportunities, Macomb is  a vibrant city to live and work.

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