What are demographic statistics?
Demographic statistics summarize characteristics of the population in a given place. For individuals, these data represent residents’ characteristics such as age, sex, race, and ethnicity. At the household-level, demographic data include household composition and homeownership characteristics. Demographic data also contain information on student populations and economic activity. Local decision-makers use information on these topics to better serve their residents equitably
- The United States
- Washington, DC, one of our neighbors to the north
- Arlington County, another neighbor to the north
- Fairfax County, our neighbor to the south and west
The map to the right shows how the sub-national geographies relate to one another.
The 2020 U.S. Census is an opportunity for all Alexandria residents to be counted. Learn how the City is working with the U.S. Census Bureau to get a complete count of the population with the establishment of the Alexandria Complete Count Committee, which will focus on engaging Alexandria communities that have historically been undercounted.
This page contains information on residents’ age, race, ethnicity, national origin, disability status, and educational attainment.
This page contains information on household composition, income and tenure.
Coming Soon! This page will contain information on student generation rates and other information related to Alexandria City Public Schools.
Workers and Employers
Coming Soon! This page will contain information on employment rates, commuting patterns, job characteristics of Alexandria residents, and employers in Alexandria and the number of jobs they provide.
Coming Soon! This page will contain publicly available demographic data.
This page provides an inventory of demographic reports and studies produced by the Department of Planning & Zoning.
Contact Sierra Latham, Urban Planner and Demographer, Department of Planning and Zoning, 703.746.3832.