New Braunfels, Texas Population 2019
New Braunfels is a city located in the state of Texas. It is located in both Guadalupe County and Comal County, where it serves as the county seat. New Braunfels was first established in 1845 and since that time it has grown at a slow but steady rate. The last official population was 57,740 at the time of the 2010 census. This number has risen to 66,394 according to recent estimated from the Census Bureau. The city’s total area is almost 45 square miles with a population density of 1,513 people per square mile.
The city’s population is 84.3% white, 1.37% black, 10.93% other races, 2.24% multiracial, and less than 1% for each race of Native American, Pacific Islander and Asian. People of Hispanic or Latino origin make up over 34% of the total population. People between the ages of 25 and 44 make up the largest age group, or 28.4% of the population. Over one-quarter of the population is under 18, while almost 17% are at least 65. There are just 91.9 males for every 100 females residing in New Braunfels. Almost 11% of the population lives below the federal poverty line. The city has experienced substantial growth since the mid-19th century. The most recent estimates show that the population is up over 28% since the census taken in 2010. At this rate, it will only be a short time before this growing city hits a total population of over 100,000 residents.
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