Greeley, Colorado Population 2019
Greeley is a city located in the state of Colorado. It is located in Weld County, where it serves as the county seat and is also the most populous city. Its population was recorded as 92,889 during the last census taken in 2010. This number has since risen to 103,990, according to recent estimates.
City Size and Population Density of Greeley
This number makes Greeley the 12th largest city in Colorado by population. Greeley has a total area of 47.92 square miles, and it has a population density of over 2,175 residents per square mile.
Population Demographics in Greeley
Over 79% of residents in Greeley are white. The remainder of the population is broken down by race as follows: 1.7% black, 1.2% Native American, 1.3% Asian, 13.2% other races and 3.4% mixed race. About 36% of the total population is of Hispanic or Latino descent.
Residents 19 and under make up the largest age group in the city, accounting for about 31.3% of the total population. Over one-quarter of the population is between the ages of 25 and 44, while 10.7% are at least 65 years old.
There are more female residents than males, with 96.6 men for every 100 women. Approximately 15.7% of the population lives below the federal poverty line. Greeley has a crime rate that falls below the national average.
The city has experienced significant growth since the population taken in 1870. By 1920, the population had risen to nearly 11,000 residents. This number had more than doubled by 1960 and since that time, the population increases at every census have been in the double-digit percentages. The most current estimates show that the population is up 12% since the last census, indicating that this city is only going to continue to grow well into the future.
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