Rockville Census Data
• Census Results, 2012
• City Fast Facts, 2011
• View an Interactive
Quick Tables (2000 and 2010)
• Population and Race
• Population 18 years and Older
• Housing Units and Occupancy
• Population Trends
• Household Trends
• Employment Trends
The Department of Community Planning and Development Services (CPDS) collects, analyzes and interprets data on demographics, households and employment to identify local and regional trends that are relevant to Rockville. Sources of data include the City of Rockville, US Census Bureau and others. The data provide here represents only a fraction of available data, and focuses on significant City trends.
The following documents provide information regarding demographic housing, social and economic conditions, from recently released Census data:
Forecasts of population, households and employment were developed in 2011 by City staff in conjunction with the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (MWCOG). The results of Round 8.1 forecasts indicating the estimated increases in population, households and employment are summarized in the following documents:
Forecasts are based on the best information available at the time. They take into consideration development projects with official approval, but also anticipate development for which there are not yet specific projects.
Future growth can vary widely from the projections, especially when projections cover several decades. Economic/market forces and development that occurs outside of the City are external factors that could alter the trajectory of future growth. Zoning changes and restrictions on development such as Adequate Public Facilities Ordinance (APFO, are internally imposed factors, changes to which also could alter Rockville’s future growth scenario.
The following document is an inventory of all residential units in the City of Rockville, as of June 2011 broken down by type of unit and organized by the City’s Planning Areas, as defined in the Comprehensive Master Plan.
- Residential Units and Estimated Population, June 2011
Data and analysis of local and regional trends of importance to Rockville organized under the chapter headings of Demographics, Economy, Housing, Development Trends, Transportation, Water Resources, Public Safety and Civic Engagement.
More information on the Census, State, County and Metropolitan Washington Council of Government (MWCOG) data can be obtained from the following:
If you have any questions, please contact Manisha Tewari or any other CPDS staff at 240-314-820002/07/2013