Reno Demographics

Demographics data for the city of Reno

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Source Census.gov

Population estimates, July 1, 2017, (V2017)460,587
PEOPLE
Economy
In civilian labor force, total, percent of population age 16 years+, 2012-201665.6%
In civilian labor force, female, percent of population age 16 years+, 2012-201660.1%
Total accommodation and food services sales, 2012 ($1,000)(c)1,860,761
Total health care and social assistance receipts/revenue, 2012 ($1,000)(c)D
Total manufacturers shipments, 2012 ($1,000)(c)6,427,397
Total merchant wholesaler sales, 2012 ($1,000)(c)6,401,901
Total retail sales, 2012 ($1,000)(c)6,167,020
Total retail sales per capita, 2012(c)$14,345

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Year PopulationGrowthAnnual Growth Rate
2017248,8535,1552.12%
2016243,6984,4951.88%
2015239,2034,1021.74%
2014235,1013,3331.44%
2013231,7682,2120.96%
2012229,5562,0640.91%
2011227,4921,7250.76%
2010225,76745,2872.26%
2000180,48046,6303.03%
1990133,85033,0942.88%

 

Populate by race
source: https://suburbanstats.org/population/nevada/how-many-people-live-in-reno

Population Demographics By Race

RacePopulation% of Total
Total Population225,221100
White167,17974
Hispanic or Latino54,64024
Some Other Race23,56610
Asian14,2326
Two or More Races9,3564
Black or African American6,4292
American Indian2,8351
Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander1,624Below 1%
Three or more races810Below 1%
Native Hawaiian373Below 1%

 

Original Reno Demographics from Edawn.org linked from Yahoo page: https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20070503104229AAoXoLF

Demographics

As the area population growth steadily increases, the community continues to expand its diversity. This diversity provides the area with a vibrant economy and rich cultural environment.

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Quick Facts (Reno MSA)

 

Current Population – July 2005
400,856
Population Growth 2004-2005
3.5%
Population Growth 2001-2005 (5 years)
11.0%
Average Annual Wage (2005)
$36,067
Labor Force (January 2007)
225,000
2005 Average Monthly Employment Growth
.28%
Employment Growth (Jan 2006 – Jan 2007)
6.8%
Unemployment (Jan 2007)
5.0%
Source: Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation

 

Cost of Living (Reno/Sparks)

 

Cost of Living Index
Reno MSA 2nd Quarter 2006
Composite

105.4

Grocery
108.0
Housing
111.3
Utilities
84.9
Transportation
112.9
Health Care
115.9
Miscellaneous Goods and Services
102.4
Source: ACCRA 4th Qtr 2006
100 = national average

 

Annual Income (Reno MSA)

 

Reno-Sparks
U.S.
Per Capita Personal Income
$39,430
$33,050
Median Household Income
$47,402*
$44,684
Sources: Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census, 2004 American Community Survey. *Washoe County

Reno-Sparks
Historic Per Capita Personal Income

2001
2002
2003
2004
$37,287
$37,023
$38,155
$39,430
Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis
Annual Population

 

2003
2004
2005
Reno-Sparks MSA
376,969
387,250
400,856
Washoe County
373,233
383,453
396,844
Nevada
2,296,566
2,410,768
2,518,869
Source: State of Nevada Demographer
Annual Population Growth

 

1990-2000
2000-2005
Washoe County
33.3%
14.8%
Nevada
66.3%
20.8%
United States
13.1%
5.3%
Source: U.S. Census Bureau
Annual Projected Population

 

2010
2015
2020
Reno-Sparks MSA
450,153
501,050
546,439
Washoe County
445,660
496,074
541,002
Nevada
3,087,428
3,605,713
4,001,520
Source: State of Nevada Demographer
Annual Age Distribution

 

2005 Reno MSA Age Distribution
Age Group
# of individuals
Percentage
0 to 19 Years of Age
112,575
28.1%
20 to 39 Years of Age
116,218
29.0%
40 to 64 Years of Age
130,499
32.6%
65 to 85 Years of Age and Over
41,565
10.4%
Source: State of Nevada Demographer




2005 Annual Ethnicity

 

Reno MSA Race & Ethnicity 2005
Population
Percentage
White*
268,593
69.7%
Black*
8,430
2.2%
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aluet*
7,204
1.9%
Asian or Pacific Islander*
21,357
5.9%
Hispanic Origin of Any Race
73,206
20.3%
Source: State of Nevada Demographer
* not of Hispanic Origin
Data Sources

State of Nevada

State of Nevada Demographer
Population, ethnicity, and age breakdown

Nevada Department of Employment, Training & Rehabilitation (DETR)
Labor, income, industry, employment and more

Federal Government

Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA)
Income estimates, wealth data and gross state income

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)
Labor and industry statistics

U.S. Census Bureau
Population estimates, housing and state rankings