To further show growth, Leander's population has grown more than seven times—or more than 679%—since 2000. Cedar Park has grown almost 200% in 20 years.
Population data from the census is used for redistricting, which is done every 10 years alongside each decennial census. Congressional, state House, state Senate and state board of education districts will be redrawn by Texas legislators.
Current and draft districts can be viewed online. Based on draft maps, many Cedar Park and Leander residents can expect changes from their existing districts.
The city is now home to over 77,000 people, according to 2020 census data. There were 48,937 residents in 2010.
Leander has nearly 60,000 residents, per census data. In 2010, there were 26,521 residents.
Additional data from the census is expected to be released no later than Nov. 30, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
View more 2020 census data about Cedar Park here and about Leander here.