TUCKER, Ga. (May 26, 2017) – New estimates from the United States Census Bureau show the City of Tucker has grown steadily over the first half of the decade. The report, released on Thursday, has Tucker’s new population estimate at 35,322 – a nearly seven percent increase since 2010.
In these new numbers, which are current as of July 1, 2016, the state of Georgia sees its population grow to 10,310,371. In the 2010 Census, the Peach State had only 9,687,653 residents.
The estimate, which is an annual effort by the Census Bureau, provides a first look at population change since Tucker was officially incorporated as a city in 2016. Even though it’s a brief snapshot of cityhood, it shows a continuing trend of more people coming into Tucker each year. With a mix of new retail and residential developments in the pipeline, Tucker is sure to continue to its trend of smart growth through the second half of the decade.
(according to U.S. Census Bureau estimates)
- 2010 – 33,081
- 2011 – 33,378
- 2012 – 33,893
- 2013 – 34,209
- 2014 – 34,574
- 2015 – 35,002
- 2016 – 35,322