Demographics

Population 
Both the City of Clarksville and Montgomery County have grown by nearly 30% since 2000. Clarksville’s 2013 population was 146,802 and Montgomery County boasted a 2013 population of 188,504. If the growth that has been seen continues, Clarksville can be projected to surpass the population of Chattanooga. Clarksville is currently the 5th largest city in the state and has the 5th highest per capita personal income in Tennessee.
Sources: U.S. Census Bureau (2013)

 

Montgomery County

 

2014 Projection

2010 Census

2000 Census

1990 Census

Growth 1990-2000

Population

176,011

172,331

134,768

100,496

34.10%

Households

66,220

58,943

48,330

34,344

40.72%


Clarksville City

 

2014 Projection

2010 Census

2000 Census

1990 Census

Growth 1990-2000

Population

135,990

132,929

103,455

78,569

31.67%

Households

50,813

45,630

36,969

26,480

39.61%

 

Households By Income Level

The number of households in Montgomery County is estimated to change from 48,330 to 59,468, resulting in an increase of 23.05% between 2000 and 2009. Over the next five years, the number of households is projected to increase by 11.35%.

Household Income

Number of Households 2009

>$15,000

6,319

$15,000-$24,999

5,700

$25,000-$34,999

7,555

$35,000-$44,999

11,141

$50,000-$74,999

14,195

$75,000-$99,999

6,990

$100,000-$149,999

5,404

$150,000-$249,999

1,531

$250,000-$499,999

487

$500,000 and over

146

 

2009 Estimated Average Household Income $59,607

 

2009 Estimated Median Household Income $48,679

 

2009 Estimated Per Capita Income $35,232

 

2009 Estimated Average Family Household Income $66,394

 

2009 Estimated Median Family Household Income $56,295

 

Household A household includes all the people who occupy a housing unit as their usual place of residence.

 

Households are classified by type according to the sex of the householder and the presence of relatives. Examples include: married-couple family; male householder, no wife present; female householder, no husband present; spouse (husband/wife); child; and other relatives.

 

 

2008

2007

2006

2005

Average Home Sales Price

$148,873

$144,292

$131,855

$121,731

Homes Sold

2,767

4,182

4,098

4,024

 

Climate

 

Average Annual Temperature

69.0º

Average January Low Temperature

27.9º

Average July High Temperature

88.7º

Average Annual Precipitation

48.11”

Average Sunny Days

56.0%

 

Unemployment

MAY 2011

Montgomery County

9.2%

Metropolitan Statistical Area

10.1%

State of Tennessee

9.7%

United States

9.1%

 

Building Permits Jan 2009 - August 2009 (Cost of Construction)

 

Commercial

$32,478,185.08

Multi-Family

$10,421,343.00

Single Family

$55,203,241.00

Source: City of Clarksville, Building and Codes

 


Industry Distribution for Montgomery 
Here is a list of major industries in Montgomery. These industry figures are for the 1st Quarter, 2008 time period.

 

Industry Group

Establishments

Employees

Retail Trade (44 & 45)

460

7,079

Manufacturing (31-33)

83

6,118

Education Services

34

5,911

Accommodation and Food Services

283

5,590

Health Care and Social Assistance

248

4,854

Admin., Support, Waste Mgmt, Remediation

132

2,681

Construction

279

2,036

Public Administration

21

1,838

Other Services (except Public Admin.)

207

1,182

Professional, Scientific & Technical Svc

178

1,270

Finance and Insurance

156

1,033

Information

18

803

Wholesale Trade

116

973

Transportation and Warehousing (48 & 49)

8

214

Real Estate and Rental and Leasing

132

477

Utilities

8

433

Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation

21

291

Management of Companies and Enterprises

7

139

News

Thursday, June 22, 2017

The Clarksville Area Chamber of Commerce will host Jimmy Blackmon at a Power Breakfast on Wednesday, July 19, 2017. The event begins at 7:30a.m. and will be held at the Riverview Inn, 50 College Street.

 

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

The Clarksville Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated its 2016-17 year last evening with a dinner and gala at the Wilma Rudolph Event Center

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