Here’s the latest information from the U.S. Bureau of the Census:
- July 1, 2010 – 309,119
- July 1, 2011 – 307,820
- July 1, 2012 – 307,529
- July 1, 2013 – 306,944
- July 1, 2014 – 306,749
- July 1, 2015 – 307,188
- July 1, 2016 – 307,004
The net population change was a negative 1,816 people.
There were 20,513 births, 12,251 deaths and out migration of 10,205.
Notes from the Census Bureau:
The estimates are based on the 2010 Census and reflect changes to the April 1, 2010 population due to the Count Question Resolution program and geographic program revisions. See Geographic Terms and Definitions at http://www.census.gov/programs-surveys/popest/guidance-geographies/terms-and-definitions.html for a list of the states that are included in each region and division. All geographic boundaries for the 2016 population estimates series except statistical area delineations are as of January 1, 2016. The Office of Management and Budget’s statistical area delineations for metropolitan, micropolitan, and combined statistical areas, as well as metropolitan divisions, are those issued by that agency in July 2015. For population estimates methodology statements, see http://www.census.gov/programs-surveys/popest/technical-documentation/methodology.html.
The 6,222 people in Bedford city, Virginia, which was an independent city as of the 2010 Census, are not included in the April 1, 2010 Census enumerated population presented in the county estimates. In July 2013, the legal status of Bedford changed from a city to a town and it becamedependent within (or part of) Bedford County, Virginia. This population of Bedford town is now included in the April 1, 2010 estimates base and all July 1 estimates for Bedford County. Because it is no longer an independent city, Bedford town is not listed in this table. As a result, the sum of the April 1, 2010 census values for Virginia counties and independent cities does not equal the 2010 Census count for Virginia, and the sum of April 1, 2010 census values for all counties and independent cities in the United States does not equal the 2010 Census count for the United States. Substantial geographic changes to counties can be found on the Census Bureau website at http://www.census.gov/geo/reference/county-changes.html.
McHenry population may be flat lining, but the property taxes are not.
People and businesses are still fleeing Illinois in record numbers with each passing year.
BTW, watch out.
Springfield politicians are working on yet another money grabbing confiscatory revenue scheme
through fines issued (in the name of safety, of course) if you
drive without having your headlights on at any time of the day.
Fines will be collected by revenue enhancement agents posing as police officers
from any agency. Big Brother will be watching.
We need more immigrants coming to immigrant-friendly McHenry county.
A declining County population is the best news I’ve heard all week.