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CENSUS INFORMATION
UPDATED APRIL 7, 2011

The United States Census Bureau performs an official population count every 10 years. The census data is used to determine the number of seats each state receives for the House of Representatives. The census data is also used by numerous local, state, federal and tribal governments to determine: the location of new housing and public facilities, the location of transportation systems and roadways, the creation of new police and fire precincts and to create localized areas for elections, schools, utilities, etc.

For more information regarding the United States Census Bureau please visit their website at http://www.census.gov/.  Another useful website for local, regional and state census information please visit the Southern California Association of Government's website at http://www.scag.ca.gov/census/
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Note: All items below are in PDF format.

2010 CENSUS DATA FOR TEMPLE CITY


   Data Comparison: 2000 to 2010
   Hispanic or Latino: Age 18 yrs.+
   Hispanic or Latino
   Occupancy Status
   Race: 18 yrs.+
   Race, Hispanic or Latino, Age and Housing Occupancy
   Race: Total Population


2000 CENSUS DATA FOR TEMPLE CITY

   Population Comparisons: 1970 to 2000
   General Demographic Characteristics

   Social Characteristics
   Age Groups and Sex
   Economic Profile
   Selected Housing Characteristics
   Housing Characteristics