Understand the diverse mix of residents who live in Alexandria. The
following contain population related data and resources related to age, sex,
race and ethnicity, languages, national origins, and education of the city. Get information about the Amercian Community Survey.
Between these decennial census counts, the Census Bureau and the City attempt to estimate the current population of the city on a regular basis. However, these estimates are based on small sample counts and other information sources such as births, deaths and migration that have a much larger margin of error than the decennial census. Thus these estimates should be considered best estimates based on available information, and may be subject to substantial revision at the time of the next decennial census.
Access information related to the housing stock, housing trends and studies, and related information for families and households.
Understand the state of the local economy through a variety of resources related to jobs, employment statistics, industry, commuting patterns, transportation and economic development activities.
Access a variety of development summary reports, population, housing and employment history and forecasts citywide, by planning area, and by reporting areas.
Access a list of Alexandria’s 5-year American Community Survey Maps and 10-year Census Maps. The maps show the demographic structure of the City at the census tract, block group or block level, at a finer resolution than the citywide tables. Data in the complete census is limited to the few questions on race, age, housing occupancy and household structure that were asked of all households in the complete census. For tables and maps showing data on income and poverty, commuting, health insurance, geographic mobility and many other characteristics, refer to the American Community Survey maps and data.
Explore a variety of resources and information related to statistical and demographic related data.