2010 Census Information

Our Region's Economic Update

Grand County, Colorado offers wide opportunity for business growth.

As one of Colorado’s largest counties, we’re home to several towns, Granby, Grand Lake, Hot Sulphur Springs, Kremmling, Parshall, Tabernash, Fraser, and Winter Park.

In addition to the visitors we attract, our diverse communities support local, and national businesses!

Granby Overview


Granby Overview
Blue - Highway Commercial Area
Yellow - Transitional Area
Red - Civic Area
Green - Downtown Area
Orange - Eastern Gateway Area

Education


Grand County’s public school system is made up of the East Grand and West Grand School Districts. Our schools have received numerous awards, including several above average rankings.

Our schools may have some of the most beautiful campuses in the State of Colorado thanks to the generosity of our community. A District Mission states: As a result of our efforts, students will graduate as self-reliant and productive citizens, prepared to pursue their careers of choice through further education or training.

Health Care


Mountain living means healthy living, and grand County continues to expand and improve our network of facilities and providers. For more info, see the Local Health Guide

Infrastructure


We are working on this information and an exciting new tool. Stay tuned for more details!

Taxes and Incentives


Colorado was recently ranked as the 15th most tax-friendly state.

Grand County Demographics



Grand County is growing! In fact, U.S. Census data shows over 19% growth since 2000.

 2010 Census
       

  2010
   2000
 # Chg
 % Chg
 Total population
 14,843  12,442   2,401   19.30%
 Median age
   41.2    36.9    4.3
  11.70%
 Male population
  7,929   6,593   1,336    20.3%
 Female population
  6,914   5,849  1,065   18.20%
 White  13,877 11,839 2,038   17.20%
 Hispanic or Latino
  1,116    543    573  105.50%
 Not Hispanic or Latino
 13,727  11,899  1,828   15.40%
 Total households
  6,469   5,075  1,394   27.50%
 Families   3,966   3,217     749   23.30%
 Households with children under 18 yrs   1,664
  1,496    168   11.20%
 Households with seniors (over 65 yrs)
  1,090     663    427   64.40%
 Average household size
    2.3     2.37   -0.1   -4.60%
 Total housing units
 16,061  10,894   5,167   47.40%
 Occupied housing units
  6,469   5,075   1,394   27.50%
 Vacant housing units
  9,592    5,819   3,773   64.80%
 For seasonal, recreational or occasional use
  8,273   4,783   3,490   73.00%
 Owner-occupied housing units
  4,457   3,461     996   28.80%
 source:  Census 2010, 2000 data
     



American Community Survey Data
(2006-2010 5-yr estimates) 
2006-10 5-Yr
Estimates 
 Educational Attainment:  
    Bachelor’s Degree 21.4%
    Graduate or Professional Degree 7.4%
Total Labor Force 8,930
Top Five Industries:
 
 1- Construction 19.00%
 2- Arts, Entertainment, Recreation, Accommodation & Food Service 17.20%
 3- Retail Trade 12.90%
 4- Finance, Insurance, Real Estate Rental & Leasing 9.30%
 5- Educational Services, Healthcare, Social Assistance 8.00%
Class of Worker:
 
    Private wage and salary worker 75.40%
    Government worker 16.80%
    Self-employed 7.80%
    Unpaid family worker 0.00%
Median Household Income $60,433
Per Capita Income $30,055
source:  U.S. Census, American Community Survey 2006-2010 Estimates  


Town Demographics



Click on the name of the town to see their specific demographics.
Winter Park
Fraser
Granby
Grand Lake
Hot Sulphur Springs
Kremmling