Demographics

Fairfax County, Virginia

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Recent Reports

Demographic Reports

Small area housing, population, development, and land use information. Estimates and projections of data presented by supervisor district, planning district, human services region, and census tract and block group. Please note that the geographies contained in the reports have changed over time.

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Rental Housing Complex Analysis

Summarized rental housing complex characteristics and trends. Provides information on rent and vacancy rates by geography, structure type and age of complex. Selected individual project data are provided.

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Taking Measure of Children 2015

Children in families who are vulnerable, sustaining or thriving based on sixteen categories that measure well-being. Shelter costs, overcrowding, income, government assistance, parental employment, number of parents working, citizenship status, education, language, disconnected youth, academic progress, health insurance, disabilities, family structure, community ties, and vehicle access.

Economic Need in Fairfax County 2014

Fairfax County has experienced increasing economic need over the past decade. The growth in economic need has impacted the county's children and young adults the most. This report explores these trends and discusses some of the factors contributing to the expansion of economic need in Fairfax County.

Putting Food on the Table 2011

This study provides a glimpse into food security and access issues in the Fairfax-Falls Church area. Two of the programs that help increase food security for low-income households are examined (SNAP and the Free- and Reduced-Price Lunch Program), as well as, information on hunger collected by surveys of sixth, eighth, tenth and twelfth grade students. In addition, the study examines the access that low-income residents have to food sources.

Behind the Headline 2011

The 2009 American Community Survey ranked Fairfax County as one of the wealthiest counties in the nation.  The headline obscures recent census and other data about the economic challenges faced by a growing number of county residents.  The report looks at general trends, the suburbanization of poverty, economic mobility, housing and health care coverage.

All materials listed on this page are produced by Economic, Demographic and Statistical Research, Fairfax County Department of Management and Budget. Some of these publications are available in printed format at the reference desks of Fairfax County Public Libraries.