The latest population estimate for Grapevine shows a slight increase in the past year while Colleyville and Southlake saw small declines, according to U.S. Census Bureau data released May 26.

The census estimates offer a look at how populations have changed across the country since the start of the pandemic in March 2020.

Grapevine added about 221 residents, increasing about 0.44% between the April 1, 2020, census and the July 1, 2021, estimates, data showed. Colleyville lost about 98 residents, showing a decline of 0.38%, according to the data. Southlake lost about 184 residents, with a decline of 0.59%, according to the latest estimates.

Across the nation, cities in the South and in the West saw more population gains than other regions of the United States, according to the bureau.

The Central Texas cities of Leander and Georgetown saw the largest percentage gains in the nation between the April 1, 2020, census and the July 1, 2021, estimates, according to the census data. Leander grew 13.1%, and Georgetown grew 12.6%, data showed.

“While only 4% of all cities and towns had a population of 50,000 or more in 2021, collectively they contained 129.3 million people—nearly 39% of the U.S. population,” said Crystal Delbé, a statistician in the Population Division at the Census Bureau, in a news release. “On the other hand, of the 19,494 incorporated places in the United States, more than 75% had fewer than 5,000 people.”

Below is a look at the estimated populations for Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake.