Duval County's Densest Areas

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Duval County's densest pockets of residential density according to the 2010 Census. A few will surprise the average Jacksonville resident.

Duval County 2010 Population: 864,263

Duval County Population Per Square Mile, 2010: 1,133.9

Duval County Census Tracts With A Population Density Of 5,000 And Above:




1. Census Tract 1 (Hogans Creek)

Population: 6,084

Population per square mile: 13,442.8



2. Census Tract 15925 (Baymeadows)

Population: 5,009

Population per square mile: 9,410.3



3. Census Tract 16729 (Riverside/Avondale)

Population: 2,608

Population per square mile: 7,057.7



Riverside/Avondale


4. Census Tract 14202 (Jacksonville Beach)

Population: 4,129

Population per square mile: 6,477.6



5. Census Tract 2902 (Durkeeville)

Population: 3,281

Population per square mile: 5,892.5



6. Census Tract 152 (Arlington)

Population: 2,934

Population per square mile: 5,850.1



7. Census Tract 2501 (Murray Hill)

Population: 3,703

Population per square mile: 5,671.5



Murray Hill


8. Census Tract 16729 (Mandarin)

Population: 6,077

Population per square mile: 5,513.0



9. Census Tract 14902 (Arlington)

Population: 7,368

Population per square mile: 5,498.1



10. Census Tract 15 (Durkeeville/Moncrief)

Population: 3,964

Population per square mile: 5,322.8


Durkeeville


11. Census Tract 2901 (Moncrief)

Population: 3,395

Population per square mile: 5,293.0



12. Census Tract 13904 (Mayport)

Population: 4,234

Population per square mile: 5,091.4



13. Census Tract 14338 (9A/Atlantic)

Population: 4,239

Population per square mile: 5,075.1


Find where your neighborhood ranks: http://projects.nytimes.com/census/2010/map


Article by Ennis Davis