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Goliad County Demographics

Population

Population 2000 2010 2016 2021
Goliad County 6,928 7,210 7,903 8,520
Source: ESRI, 2017-03-02

Population by Age

Population 2010 2016 2021
0-4 385 404 420
5-9 442 434 444
10-14 472 446 476
15-19 528 499 508
20-24 273 428 398
25-29 301 348 421
30-34 299 340 371
35-39 387 369 413
40-44 453 451 440
45-49 537 510 516
50-54 591 599 581
55-59 615 678 671
60-64 555 646 726
65-69 440 608 690
70-74 332 445 587
75-79 243 302 394
80-84 187 186 226
85+ 170 210 238
18+ 5,562 6,305 6,858
Median Age 46 47 49
Source: ESRI, 2017-03-02

Population by Race

Goliad County 2016
Total 7,903
White Alone 82.700
Black Alone 4.720
American Indian Alone 0.750
Asian Alone 0.190
Pacific Islander Alone 0.030
Some Other Race 9.000
Two or More Races 2.620
Hispanic Origin 36.970
Diversity Index 63.400
Source: ESRI, 2017-03-02

Households

Population 2000 2010 2016 2021
Households 2,644 2,868 3,176 3,446
Housing Units 3,426 3,710 4,124 4,461
Owner Occupied Units 2,466 2,670
Renter Occupied Units 710 776
Vacant Units 948 1,015
Source: ESRI, 2017-03-02

Income

Goliad County 2016 2021
Median Household $51,676 $54,671
Average Household $71,269 $76,951
Per Capita $29,181 $31,625
Source: ESRI, 2017-03-02

Household Income Base

Goliad County 2016
<$15,000 493
$15,000 - $24,999 370
$25,000 - $34,999 262
$35,000 - $49,999 408
$50,000 - $74,999 562
$75,000 - $99,999 396
$100,000 - $149,999 415
$150,000 - $199,999 114
$200,000+ 156
Source: ESRI, 2017-03-02

Growth Rate

Goliad County 2010 - 2014 2014 - 2019
Population 1% 2%
Households 2% 2%
Families 2% 2%
Median Household Income 1%
Per Capita Income 2%
Source: ESRI, 2017-03-02

Goliad County Quality Life

Home Value

Goliad County 2016 2021
Median Home Value $130,211 $141,113
Average Home Value $204,278 $242,388
<$50,000 369 197
$50,000 - $99,999 606 495
$100,000 - $149,999 427 782
$150,000 - $199,999 203 135
$200,000 - $249,999 246 175
$250,000 - $299,999 119 155
$300,000 - $399,999 193 272
$400,000 - $499,999 129 194
$500,000 - $749,999 89 139
$750,000 - $999,999 41 67
$1,000,000 + 44 59
Source: ESRI, 2017-03-02

Housing Year Built

Year Range Houses Built
2010 or Later 24
2000-2009 625
1990-1999 662
1980-1989 570
1970-1979 513
1960-1969 215
1950-1959 335
1940-1949 241
1939 or Before 527
Source: ESRI, 2017-03-02

Commute

Category Commuters
Workers 16+ 2,954
In-County Residents 1,194
Out-of-County Residents 1,746
Drive Alone 2,263
Carpooled 323
Public Transport 0
Work at Home 227
Less than 5 minutes 264
5-9 minutes 295
10-14 minutes 136
15-19 minutes 217
20-24 minutes 257
25-29 minutes 132
30-34 minutes 592
35-39 minutes 151
40-44 minutes 239
45-59 minutes 254
60-89 minutes 116
90+ minutes 74
Average Travel Time 28
Source: ESRI, 2017-03-02

Goliad County Workforce Occupations

Employees By NAICS

Category Number
Total Employees 1,462
Agr/Forestry/Fish/Hunt 24
Mining 18
Utilities 6
Construction 83
Manufacturing 8
Wholesale Trade 49
   
Retail Trade 169
Motor Veh/Parts Dealers 52
Furn & Home Furnish Str 3
Electronics & Appl Store 0
Bldg Matl/Garden Equip 11
Food & Beverage Stores 52
Health/Pers Care Stores 7
Gasoline Stations 10
Clothing/Accessory Store 7
Sports/Hobby/Book/Music 0
General Merchandise Str 10
Misc Store Retailers 17
Nonstore Retailers 0
   
Transportation/Warehouse 73
Information 29
   
Finance & Insurance 45
Cntrl Bank/Crdt Intrmdtn 28
Sec/Cmdty Cntrct/Oth Inv 2
Insur/Funds/Trusts/Other 15
   
Real Estate/Rent/Leasing 9
Prof/Scientific/Tech Srv 20
Legal Services 8
Mgmt of Comp/Enterprises 0
Admin/Support/Waste Mgmt 50
Educational Services 271
HealthCare/Social Assist 104
Arts/Entertainment/Rec 57
   
Accommodation/Food Srvcs 164
Accommodation 25
Food Srv/Drinking Places 139
   
Other Srv excl Pub Admin 66
Auto Repair/Maintenance 7
Public Administration Emp 217
Source: ESRI, 2017-03-02

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Businesses By NAICS

Category Number
Total Businesses 255
Agr/Forestry/Fish/Hunt Bus 10
Mining Bus 4
Utilities Bus 1
Construction Bus 16
Manufacturing Bus 2
Wholesale Trade Bus 9
   
Retail Trade Bus 33
Motor Veh/Parts Dealers Bus 7
Furn & Home Furnish Str Bus 1
Electronics & Appl Store Bus 0
Bldg Matl/Garden Equip Bus 3
Food & Beverage Stores Bus 7
Health/Pers Care Stores Bus 1
Gasoline Stations Bus 3
Clothing/Accessory Store Bus 3
Sports/Hobby/Book/Music Bus 0
General Merchandise Str Bus 2
Misc Store Retailers Bus 6
Nonstore Retailers Bus 0
   
Transportation/Warehouse Bus 10
Information Bus 5
   
Finance & Insurance Bus 17
Cntrl Bank/Crdt Intrmdtn Bus 9
Sec/Cmdty Cntrct/Oth Inv Bus 1
Insur/Funds/Trusts/Other Bus 7
   
Real Estate/Rent/Leasing Bus 4
Prof/Scientific/Tech Srv Bus 9
Legal Services Bus 3
Mgmt of Comp/Enterprises Bus 0
Admin/Support/Waste Mgmt Bus 7
Educational Services Bus 7
HealthCare/Social Assist Bus 11
Arts/Entertainment/Rec Bus 8
   
Accommodation/Food Srvcs Bus 25
Accommodation Bus 5
Food Srv/Drinking Places Bus 20
   
Other Srv excl Pub Admin Bus 28
Auto Repair/Maintenance Bus 4
Public Administration Bus 44
Source: ESRI, 2017-03-02

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Goliad County Higher Education

Educational Attainment (25+)

Educational Level Attained Number
Some High School 339
Graduated High School 1,770
Associates Degree 669
Bachelor's Degree 647
Graduate Degree 267
Source: ESRI, 2017-03-02

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