Chapel Hill: Overview
Chapel Hill has a population of 60,988 people. The population of the city between 18 and 35 years is 29,534 people.
Chapel Hill, North Carolina — Population
- Chapel Hill currently has a population of 60,988 people.
- The population of Chapel Hill between 18 and 35 years is 29,534 people.
- Analysis of the city's site reveals that no city-wide elections will be coming up in 2020.
- The city held its latest election for all concerned positions on November 3, 2019.
- Meadowmont is rated as the best neighborhood in Chapel Hill by Raleigh Realty. The neighborhood is said to be spacious with modern architecture.
- The Meadowmont neighborhood is regarded as the best neighborhood to consider when moving into Chapel Hill. It is said to harbor an enabling environment for kids to go to school.
- According to Chapelhillneighborhoods.com, "Meadowmont Village is a commercial area modeled after an old-time main street with banks, shops, restaurants, offices, and other service businesses."
- The average household income level for people between the ages of 25 and 44 in Meadowmont is $71,958, which is above the national average.
2. Southern Village
- The neighborhood of Southern Village is rated as the fifth-best neighborhood in Chapel Hill by Raleigh Realty.
- Southern Village was developed as a commercial area, making it the best-selling neighborhood in the city.
- Some commercial areas in Southern Village include "several restaurants, many shops and businesses, a movie theater, church, daycare center, elementary school, and common green."
- One of the major attractions to the neighborhood is the school districts. Examples of schools in the vicinity include Mary Scroggs Elementary, Grey Culbreth Middle School, and Carrboro High.
- Southern Village is a neighborhood for gathering. Events in the neighborhood include "annual N.C. Symphony concert, the Southern Village farmers market, outdoor movies presented, TerraVita, and the occasional World Cup game-watching party.
- The average household income for people between the ages of 25 and 44 is $86,813.
City ID Card
- An extensive search through the city's official site shows that it has no official city ID card program.
Questions to City Leaders
- What are your plans towards creating an official means of identification for the town of Chapel Hill?
- What are your plans for attracting more creative workers to the city?
According to our research, there are details about a high concentration of creative workers or young families with spending power regarding the neighborhoods in the city of Chapel Hill. To identify popular neighborhoods in the city, we identified a compiled list of the best neighborhoods in the city published by Moving Kings and a corroborative source by Raleigh Realty. This source provided us with a list of the best neighborhoods in the city of Chapel Hill with their different attributes. Further search through the public domain yielded no results about neighborhoods in the city with a high concentration of creative workers or young families with spending power. We have provided the details of our findings of the city's best neighborhoods in our research brief.
Also, a thorough search through the city's official website and other reliable news sources from the city has revealed that Chapel Hill has no upcoming elections in 2020 and also City ID card.
To obtain the population of Chapel Hill between the ages of 18 and 35, we have performed the below calculations.
- Total population of Chapel Hill city = 60,988 people.
- Chapel Hill's population, (18 – 24) years = 31.4%; 31.4% of 60,988 = 19,150 people.
- Chapel Hill's population, (25 – 34) years = 12.6%; 12.6% of 60,988 = 7,684 people.
- Chapel Hill's population, 35 years = 1,300 males + 1,400 females = 2,700 people.
- Total population of Chapel Hill between 18 and 35 years = 19,150 + 7,684 + 2,700 = 29,534 people.