Radius Demographics for Cedar Hills, OR - Current Census Data

Demographics for a 5-mile Radius around Cedar Hills, OR

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Cedar Hills, OR Demographics By Radius

Median Income

$89,042

median household income in 2020 dollars

This 5 mile radius has a greater median household income than the state of Oregon ($65,667) and Washington County ($86,626).

Population

356,191

number of people

Households

139,954

number of households (people who occupy a housing unit)

High Income Households

14.3%

Income greater than $200,000

Low Income Households

10.8%

Income less than $25,000

This 5 mile radius has a greater population density than the state of Oregon (44) and Washington County (823).

Population Density

4,562

people per square mile

Child Population

79,247

people age 17 years old and younger

Older Population

48,178

people age 65 years old and younger

Demographics for a 5 mile Radius around Cedar Hills Compared to Nearby Cities

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The median household income ($89,042) for a 5 mile radius around the center of Cedar Hills is more than the median household income for Beaverton ($87,830), Cedar Mill ($88,911), West Slope ($84,015), West Haven-Sylvan ($83,757), and Raleigh Hills ($84,916).
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The population density (4,562) for a 5 mile radius around the center of Cedar Hills is less than the population density for Beaverton (4,616), West Slope (4,675), and Raleigh Hills (4,720). But it's more than Cedar Mill (4,010) and West Haven-Sylvan (4,388).

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How are demographics by radius calculated?

While the US Census Bureau provides annual statistics for small geographies, there’s no tool on their website that we know of that produces radius estimates or radius maps. Read our FAQ for the methodology that was used to calculate the above radius demographics.

What is this data from?

The above data and geographies are from the most current data available from the US Census Bureau’s American Community Survey (2020). You can use the following citations for this data. You can also learn more about Census’ American Community Survey estimates in this FAQ.

How do I cite this data?

You can use the following citations for this data:

  • United States Census Bureau. B01001 SEX BY AGE, 2020 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates. U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey Office. Web. 17 March 2022. http://www.census.gov/.
  • United States Census Bureau. B19001 HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS (IN 2020 INFLATION-ADJUSTED DOLLARS), 2020 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates. U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey Office. Web. 17 March 2022. http://www.census.gov/.
  • United States Census Bureau. B19013 MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS (IN 2020 INFLATION-ADJUSTED DOLLARS), 2020 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates. U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey Office. Web. 17 March 2022. http://www.census.gov/.

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