Lewisville Population Estimate at 105,169 - 10th Fastest Growing City in U.S.

Date 2010/6/23 22:00:00 | Topic: Local News, Notes and Events

Population estimates released Tuesday for U.S. Cities over 100,000 in population placed Lewisville, TX as the 10th fastest growing city in the nation, estimating our July 1, 2009 population at 105,169, adding 3,408 residents since 2008, and jumping by 3.3%.

Frisco, TX was number one on the list, and McKinney and Round Rock came in at #3 and #8, respectively. Fort Worth was just after Lewisville, coming in #11 for a 2009 population of 727,575.

These are population estimates only. The numbers from the 2010 official census are not yet released.

New Lewisville Residents: Welcome!

My opinion: While I'm pleased to see that other people see Lewisville as a great place to live, I don't like seeing growth numbers this high. Rapid growth like this is taxing on our infrastructure, causing us to have to build new roads, schools, sewers and so forth on an accelerated timetable. As we become more built out, hopefully it will slow, and allow us to catch up. Growth does accelerate our economy a bit, but not in a sustainable way, in my opinion.

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This article comes from The Lewisville Texan Journal

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