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Demographics

Since incorporation in 2000, the Town has experienced significant development which has resulted in a population increase from 22,767 in 2000 to 29,361 in 2010; representing a 29.48% increase.

source: 2010 Census data

  Indicator Value
  Population 29,361
  Households 10,698
  Families 7,725
  Median Age 38.9
  Percent High School Graduate or Higher 91.1%
  Percent Bachelor's Degree or Higher 32.4%
  Median Household Income $62,034
  Average Household Size 2.86
  Occupied Household Units 10,253
  Labor Force 15,665
  Source: US Census, 2010 SF1  

 

  Indicator Miami Lakes Florida
  Median Household Income $62,034 $46,229
  Median Home Price $228,800 $127,900
  Unemployment 7% 10%
  Violent Crime Index (1 is lowest) 6 7

 

  Population 29,361        
  Age Distribution of People
  Under 15 18.9%     50 to 54 7.0%
  15 to 19 6.8%     55 to 59 5.6%
  20 to 24 6.5%     60 to 64 4.7%
  25 to 29 6.0%     65 to 69 3.9%
  30 to 34 5.7%     70 to 74 3.4%
  35 to 39 8.0%     75 to 79 2.6%
  40 to 44 8.1%     80 to 84 1.9%
  45 to 49 9.6%     85 and over 1.4%

 

  Income  
  Median Household Income $62,034
  Mean Household Income $81,062
  Average Annual Wage $38,708
  Labor Force 15,665

 

  Education Level  
  Population 18 to 24 years 2,937
  Less than high school graduate 7.6%
  High schooll graduate (includes equivalency) 19.3%
  Some college or associate's degree 51.9%
  Bachelor's degree or higher 21.3%
  Population 25 years and over 19,648
  Less than 9th grade 5.9%
  9th to 12th grade, no diplomma 3.0%
  High school graduate (includes equivalency) 22.7%
  Some college, no degree 22.7%
  Associate's Degree 13.3%
  Bachelor's Degree 22.0%
  Graduate or professional degree 10.4%
  Percent high school graduate or higher 91.1%
  Percent bachelor's degree or higher 32.4%

 

  Housing    
  Total housing units 10,698  
  Occupied housing units 10,253 95.8%
  Vacant housing units 445 4.2%
  For rent 177 1.7%
  Rented, not occupied 6 0.1%
  For sale only 75 0.7%
  Sold, not occupied 21 0.2%
  For seasonal, recreational, or ocassional use 60 0.6%
  All other vacants 106 1.0%
  Homeowner vacancy rate   1.0%
  Rental vacancy rate   5.3%