Celina Economic Development Corporation

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Celina EDC

Residential Growth

Celina offers the country life, good schools, and a slower pace that attracts new residents. Agricultural and expansive farming operations can be seen between residential developments and along major roads. As Celina grows their city boundaries, the city population will leap from 1,000 to 10,000 residents per year in a short fifteen – twenty years. In the meantime, to better evaluate the population of the area, a table of zip code populations is included. When using the zip codes of the small communities, the real population is more evident than city limits.

ZIPCODE RESULTS – ESRI Total Median Average
Area Zip Codes Population HH’s HH Income Home $

1/1/2007

Celina – 75009

9,432

3232

$64,050

$262,867.00

Prosper – 75078

6,072

1936

$77,763

$239,060.00

Pilot Point – 75268

7,011

2413

$55,989

$208,407.00

Gunter – 75058

2,438

693

$50,068

$159,539.00

Weston 75097

930

300

$59,375

Rhea Mills (Along Custer)

50

15

Total

25,933

8589

$61,449.00

$217,468.25

Forecasted  1/1/2008

3,743

1169

15% increase over 2007
Total 1/1/2008 (estimate)

29,676

9758

Residential Demographics

City of Celina:

2000 1/1/2006 1/1/2007 1/1/2008 2010
Population: 1,861 4,100 5,114 5,800 8,000
Households: 644 1,387 2,485
Median Age: 34.34 36.48
Average HH Income: 76,019 $84,583 95,671
Median HH Income: 60,099 $68,248 75,503
Celina’s Recent Growth:
Population growth rate from 2005-2006 16.9%
Population growth rate from 2006-2007 23.2%
Population growth rate from 2005 – 2007 44.0%
POPULATION GROWTH
4/1/1970*

1,272

1/1/2002**

2,579

1/1/2007 5,114
4/1/1980*

1,520

1/1/2003**

2,755

1/1/2008 5,800
4/1/1990*

1,737

1/1/2004**

2,979

4/1/2000*

1,861

1/1/2005**

3,550

1/1/2001**

2,440

1/1/2006**

4,150

* Final Census Counts
** Final or Estimated Population by North Central Texas
Council of Governments, www.nctcog.org 3/2006

Communities Surrounding Celina

City Est. Population 1/1/2006  Miles from Celina

  • Frisco   84,600  S 13.5 miles
  • McKinney  103,800 SE 19.5 miles
  • Allen   70,750  SE 25.0 miles
  • Denton  100,950 SW 27.6 miles
  • Plano  250,000   S 32.4 miles
  • Dallas 1,260,950 S 42.5 miles

Trade Population: 3Q 2005  3Q 2006  3Q 2008  3Q 2010

  • 10 minute drive: 14,485  16,366  22,142  26,871
  • 15 minute drive: 48,482  55,754  69,692  81,539
  • 30 mile radius:  1,837,829   2,113,503    2,641,878    3,090,997

ESRI- Products: Reports-ZIP Code Lookup: Results
2/15/2008

Demographic information obtained from the following: North Central Texas Council of Governments, 2006 forecast and 2030 projections; Collin County Records, The Buxton Company and Residential Strategies.

North Central Texas Council of Governments 2030 Projections