Census 2010: Washington › Lake Tapps CDP

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Lake Tapps CDP

Square miles: 13.2 Population per sq. mile: 956.4

  • 2010 population: 11,859
  • 2000 population: n/a
  • Total change: n/a (n/a)

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2010 population by race/ethnicity

Diversity Index: 21.0%
The USA TODAY Diversity Index represents the probability that two people from this area will have different ethnic backgrounds. A higher number reflects a more ethnically diverse population.

Age breakdown Median: 40.4 years old

Lake Tapps CDP population

Race/ethnicity2010 population2010 percentage2000 population2000 percentage2000-2010 change
American Indian/Alaska Native730.6%n/an/an/a
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander280.2%n/an/an/a
Other race1171.0%n/an/an/a
Two or more races3993.4%n/an/an/a
*Hispanic origin5344.5%n/an/an/a

*Residents of Hispanic origin can be of any race.

Ages 0-17

Population: 3,027 (25.5%)

Diversity Index: 32.6%

Ages 18+

Population: 8,832 (74.5%)

Diversity Index: 18.9%

Race/ethnicityAges 0-17% of 0-17 totalAges 18+% of 18+ total
American Indian/Alaska Native220.7%510.6%
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander110.4%170.2%
Other race391.3%780.9%
Two or more races2026.7%1972.2%
*Hispanic origin2157.1%3193.6%

*Residents of Hispanic origin can be of any race.

Population6,028 (50.8%)
Median age40.5
Population5,831 (49.2%)
Median age40.3
Age breakdown by gender
AgePopulation% of totalMale% of male totalFemale% of female total
Under 101,38211.7%68911.4%69311.9%
10 to 19 years1,98716.8%1,01016.8%97716.8%
20 to 29 years1,1379.6%60010.0%5379.2%
30 to 39 years1,34811.4%67111.1%67711.6%
40 to 49 years2,23918.9%1,10718.4%1,13219.4%
50 to 59 years2,13018.0%1,10518.3%1,02517.6%
60 to 69 years1,1159.4%5789.6%5379.2%
70 to 79 years3683.1%1943.2%1743.0%
80 and older1531.3%741.2%791.4%

*Residents of Hispanic origin can be of any race.

Household types
Families 2010
Avg. size 3.1
Households 3,368 (80.4%)
Non-families 2010
Avg. size 2.8
Households 822 (19.6%)
Family composition
Households ‡ 2010 % of households % of families
Husband-wife family, without children 1,589 37.9% ...
Husband-wife family, with children under 18 years 1,222 29.2% ...
Single male, no children (with other family) 110 2.6% ...
Single male, with children under 18 years 142 3.4% ...
Single female, no children (with other family) 127 3.0% ...
Single female, with children under 18 years 178 4.2% ...
Single male living alone 336 8.0% n/a
Single female living alone 235 5.6% n/a
Other non-family households (ex.: roommates) 251 6.0% n/a
Total 4,190 100% n/a
Family households 3,368 80.4% 100%
Families with children under 18 years 1,542 36.8% ...
Non-family households 822 19.6% n/a
All households with individuals 65 years and over 670 16.0% n/a

‡ United States Census Bureau definitions:

Household — A household includes all of the people who occupy a housing unit. People not living in households are classified as living in group quarters. (Ex: college residence halls, skilled-nursing facilities, military barracks, …)
Family — A family includes a householder and one or more people living in the same household who are related to the householder by birth, marriage, or adoption.
Non-family Household — A householder living alone or with nonrelatives only.

Note: Family households and husband-wife-couple families do not include same-sex married couples even if the marriage was performed in a state issuing marriage certificates for same-sex couples. Same-sex-couple households are included in the family households category if there is at least one additional person related to the householder by birth or adoption. Same-sex-couple households with no relatives of the householder present are tabulated in nonfamily households.

Housing Units
Avg. household size2.9
Avg. household size2.7
Vacancy Rate2010
Owner-occupied properties2.1%
Renter-occupied properties8.5%
Overall vacancy rate6.8%
Housing Units2010% of total
Vacant308 6.8%
For rent491.1%
Rented, but unoccupied30.1%
For sale801.8%
Sold, but unoccupied150.3%
Seasonal use only1172.6%
Other vacant units441.0%

Credits: Ryan Pitts, Mike Tigas Special thanks: USA Today Census team