Population Since 1990, Carrollton’s population has increased by 33.4%, from in 1990 to 120,150 in 2008. According to the 2010 Census, Carrollton's population is 119,097. The 2012 Population Estimates report released by NCTCOG show Carrollton's estimate population to be 121,150 (as of 1/1/12). Furthermore, population projections from NCTCOG indicate that Carrollton’s population will stable out to over 124,000 in 2030.
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According to the 2010 Demographic Profile Data from the U.S. Census Bureau, Carrollton is a community of young people, with 81% of the population under the age of 55 and a median age of 35.7 years.
57% of Carrollton residents are married-couple households.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau - 2010 Census
Elementary schools: 19 Middle schools: 5 High schools: 4 Educational Centers: 3 Private schools: 7
Higher Education According to the 2006 American Community Survey, 40.6% of the City’s population have attained a bachelor's degree or higher. Centrally located, Carrollton is within 30 minutes of most colleges and universities in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Some of the larger universities include: Southern Methodist University, University of North Texas, and the University of Texas Arlington and Dallas campuses. Area colleges include Brookhaven, Collin County Community College, Richland College and El Centro.
Colleges & Universities: 17
Associate of Arts: 15
$75,000 - $99,999
Average Household Income $81,795
Median Household Income $70,960
Consistently one of the most active housing markets in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex for both newly constructed and pre-owned homes, Carrollton offers a convenient location and a wide variety of available housing, prices and styles.
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