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Population 2000 26,321 43,384 79,940
Population 2010 26,486 42,267 77,042
Historical Annual Growth (2000-2010) 164 -1,117 -2,898
Median Age 2010 34 37 40
       
Households 2000 9,721 16,541 21,322
Households 2010 10,525 17,057 31,428
Historical Annual Growth (2000-2010) 804 543 107
       
White 23,494 38,954 72,868
Black 1,622 1,682 2,004
American Indian/Alaskan Native 62 94 151
Asian 571 593 665
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 2 5 9
Other 215 258 362
Two+ Races 520 681 982
Population Hispanic 797 943 1,376
Population Non-Hispanic 25,688 41,324 75,665
       
Group Quarters Population 3,989 4,245 5,052
Institutionalized 278 401 871
Correctional Institutions 93
Juvenile
Nursing Home 278 401 778
Non-Institutionalized 3,711 3,844 4,181
College Dorms 3,680 3,680 3,680
Military Quarters
Other (Non-Institutional) 31 164 501
       
Total Housing Units 11.572 19,018 35,367
Occupied 10,525 17,057 31,428
Renter 4,884 6,141 9,192
Owner 5,641 10,916 22,236
Owned Free & Clear 2,428 4,971 10,300
Owner With Mortgage 3,213 5,945 11,934
Vacant 1,048 1,961 3,939

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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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