Fastest Growing Cities in Texas

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6. ODESSA, TX

>> 2010-2017 population change: +14.6%  (from 137,079 to 157,087)

>> 2010-2017 population change due to migration: + 7,828

>> Largest 12 month change: +5,269 (2014-2015)

>> Median household income: $53,254

 


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5. DALLAS-FORT WORTH-ARLINGTON, TX

>> 2010-2017 population change: +14.7%  (from 6,451,833 to 7,399,662)

>> 2010-2017 population change due to migration: +555,586

>> Largest 12 month change: +152,393    (2015-2016)

>> Median household income: $63,812


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4. SAN ANTONIO-NEW BRAUNFELS, TX

>> 2010-2017 population change: +14.9%  (from 2,152,961 to 2,473,974)

>> 2010-2017 population change due to migration: +210,637

>> Largest 12 month change: +50,635    (2014-2015)

>> Median household income: $56,105


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3.  HOUSTON-THE WOODLANDS-SUGAR LAND, TX

>> 2010-2017 population change: +15.9%  (from 5,947,419 to 6,892,427)

>> 2010-2017 population change due to migration: +533,390

>> Largest 12 month change: +167,325    (2014-2015)

>> Median household income: $61,708


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2. MIDLAND, TX

>> 2010-2017 population change: +20.4%  (from 141,788 to 170,675)

>> 2010-2017 population change due to migration: +16,322

>> Largest 12 month change: +7,190   (2011-2012)

>> Median household income: $65,224


1. AUSTIN-ROUND ROCK, TX

>> 2010-2017 population change: +22.5%  (from 1,727,495 to 2,115,827)

>> 2010-2017 population change due to migration: +273,662

>> Largest 12 month change: +59,774    (2015-2016)

>> Median household income: $71,000


Data for the blog post was taken from Samuel Stebbins's article for USA TODAY on the fastest growing cities in the US. Photos from Adobe.