Comprehensive Planners conduct long and short range planning projects using specific demographics at various levels (county, place, census tract, etc.) to identify historical as well as future patterns of development within the community and surrounding areas. Comprehensive Planners also study shifts in neighborhood ethnicity, specific ages of individuals in the community, income levels, along with many other types of data to forecast challenges and opportunities for the community. Local officials, other governmental agencies, and involved citizens can assist in shape sustainable communities.
Amarillo Comprehensive Plan (2010)
A long-range guide for the City of Amarillo and surrounding area to promote orderly growth, development, and redevelopment consistent with the values, goals, and objectives of the community. This plan focuses on continuing to provide livable communities, economic assets, and adequate infrastructure. This plan is to aid in recognizing challenges and opportunities for future communities.
Amarillo 2013 Population Estimate
With the use of 2010 Census Data, Amarillo building reports, and Potter/Randall Appraisal District reports, annual population estimates can be derived.
Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University
Information for Amarillo’s housing markets including single-family housing, apartments, as well as elderly housing is provided in this survey.
Amarillo’s history and background is discussed in this document.
DISCLAIMER: The information provided above is continually updated. To obtain the most current information, please contact the Planning Department at 806.378.6290.
A glance of Amarillo’s population, race/ethnic break-down, and housing characteristics provided by the 2010 Census Bureau.
Changing Numbers, Part I (2010)
In-depth analysis of Amarillo’s population and housing characteristics. In many instances, information is provided by the Census Bureau at the Census Tract level for multiple decades.
Changing Numbers, Part II (2010)
In-depth analysis of income levels, labor force, educational attainment, and structural characteristics of housing. In many instances, information is provided by the American Community Survey at the Census Tract level.
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