Corvallis, Oregon Population 2018
Corvallis is a city located in the state of Oregon. It is located in Benton County, where it is the county seat. The city has continuously attracted new residents because of its educational opportunities at Oregon State University, as well as employment opportunities. The last recorded population of Corvallis was 54,462, according to the last U.S. Census taken in 2010. Current estimates show that the population has risen to 55,298 residents. The city has a total area of 14.3 square miles, and it has a population density of 3,854 people per square mile.
Corvallis’ population is primarily white, with 83.8% of residents of this race. The remainder of the population is broken up as follows: 7.3% Asian, 1.1% black, less than 1% Native American and Hawaiian, 2.8% of another race, and 4% multiracial. Over 7% of the population is of Hispanic or Latino origin. People between the ages of 45 and 64 make up the largest age group, accounting for 31.6% of the total population. Nearly one-quarter of residents are under 18, while 19.1% are at least 65 years old. There are more females than males, with women making up 52.1% of Corvallis’ population. The city has seen its population boosted significantly since the mid-20th century. Current estimates show that the population has grown by over 2% since the last census taken in 2010, indicating that growth is somewhat slowing from previous years.