The population in Taylorsville was 58,652 in 2010, ranking it 11 among 326 places. This represents an increase of 1,213 from 57,439 in 2000. The largest minority group in 2010 in Taylorsville was Hispanic/Latino, which accounted for 18.6 percent of the total population. The fastest-growing minority group in Taylorsville was non-Hispanic Other Race, with an increase of 207.3 percent from 2000 to 2010. Households with children under 18 made up 39 percent of all households in 2010, a decrease from 46.4 percent in 2000. Owner-occupied housing units accounted for 69.7 percent of all households in 2010, a decrease from 2000 when 71.2 percent of all housing units were owner-occupied.

Analysis & Research for Taylorsville
Salt Lake County RAIFHEA
Analysis of Impediments

Regional analysis of impediments to fair housing choice, Salt Lake County.

Taylorsville FHEA
Entitlement City

Taylorsville Fair Housing Equity Assesment PDF

Taylorsville Population and Household Demographic Trends: 1990 to 2010
Demographics / Household / Population

Table 1 of this profile presents the counts and shares of the populations of the racial and ethnic groups residing in places in 1990, 2000, and 2010. It also contains counts and shares of households by type, housing units by occupancy status and tenure, and selected counts of the disabled. Table 2 presents the absolute

Population Distribution Profile for Taylorsville
Demographics / Population

This profile presents a top level summary of the age structure and also the racial and ethnic composition of populations residing in various census designated geographies as reported in the 2010 Census. Counts and shares of 5-year and selected-year age groups are shown by gender, with a population pyramid illustrating the distribution. Median ages and

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