Archive for “census”
@taber: If the Fan and Museum District were a separately incorporated city, it’d be more populous than the city of Winchester.
Unpacking the 2010 Census: New Realities of Race, Class, and Jurisdiction, a presentation and workshop facilitated by Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities and Hope In The Cities, will be at William Fox Elementary School on Monday, May 7 from 6-8PM.
Open Source is a new local call-in show on WRIR, the first episode of which from last Friday dug into the economics of the new census numbers and then looked at homelessness in Richmond (and the Monroe Park Occupation). Listen or download at SoundCloud.
Boulevardizen has a neat break-down of the newly released census data: According to the data the greatest growth was found in the Fan (south of Floyd, North of Grayland & west of Harrison) where the census reports 434 new residents moved in, growing at a rate of 11.65% from 2000 to 2010. The greatest population […]
The RTD has details on the most recent census data: Richmond had 204,214 residents in 2010, according to data released Thursday from last year’s decennial count. That’s a 3.25 percent increase over the 197,790 residents counted in 2000. [...] Richmond’s population jumped from 219,958 to 249,621 after annexation, but it dropped to 219,214 in 1980, […]
Into demographics? Dig down into individual census tracts and look at race/ethnicity, income, housing, and education data from the Census Bureau’s American Community Survey (based on samples from 2005 to 2009).
In 2011, Richmond City Council will redraw the existing nine Richmond Voter District boundaries that we use to elect our local Richmond Elected Government Officials in response to results of the 2010 U.S. Census. Adjustments to voting precincts and locations may also be made at this time. Here is how that process is scheduled to […]
Silver Persinger has posted video of City Registrar Showalter discussing the redistricting of the 9 City Council districts based on the 2010 census data.