Census data in Lakeland, FL – LALtoday
So you like living in Lakeland? We know that brunch downtownwalking through Munn Park, and take a ride on Citrus Connection’s golf carts is just a fraction of what makes calling Lakeland home the best. According to latest census datathe word is out and the town’s population is growing.
Previous census data showed that, between 2010 and 2020the people of Lakeland increased by about 20,000.
Want to get to know your neighbors better? Here is a better idea of where the Lakelanders moved.
Beacon Hill Historic District
- Population: 1,153
- Average housing income: $48,541
- If you’re looking for a home more removed from the hustle and bustle but still close to downtown, you might want to consider our charming Beacon Hill neighborhood. Located just off South Florida Avenuethis neighborhood features some of the most breathtaking historic villas found in our Swan City. This area is ideally close to local shops such as love bird and close to our shopping center shopping center, Village by the lake.
Dixieland Historic District
- Population: 5,000
- Average housing income: $44,904
- Dixieland continues to attract its historic charm as is surrounded by Lakeland’s favorite spotssuch as Cafe Concorde, Good Thymeand union hall. Its centralized location allows A nice place to live as you are no more than 15-20 minutes from the north and south sides of town. Paved roads, large oak shades, pedestrian zones –– this district creates a capricious live for any newcomer.
Hollingsworth Lake Historic District
- Population: 5,416
- Average housing income: $85,749
- You’ll quickly be invited to walk Lake Hollingsworth by any local if you haven’t already. It is about three miles long and surrounded by some of the finest mansions in our city. Combining our Towering Florida Palms with a superb lake viewthis affluent neighborhood offers a calm place of life for you. It’s also close to Common playgroundPolk County’s first “inclusive gaming experience”.
Morton Lake Historic District
- Population: 3,657
- Average housing income: $59,033
- A iconic neighborhood, Lake Morton offers access to Lakeland’s most treasured creatures, such as our city swans, ducks, blue herons, and more. These brick roads all lead to beautiful Lake Morton, which is located near the Lakeland Public Library and Black & Brew Coffeehouse (Lake Morton location). This community is very friendly and family and is one of Lakeland’s oldest neighborhoods.