New population estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau show the continued growth of Harris County and its cities and towns over the past decade.

The county had already been identified as the fastest-growing in the state earlier this year, with a population that increased 15.2% from an estimated 4.1 million in 2010 to 4.7 million in 2019.

New census data shows that many cities and towns within the county have followed a similar trend, with several experiencing double-digit percentage growth through the 2010s. This includes a 10.5% population increase in the city of Houston, a 53.4% increase in the city of Katy and a 9.7% increase in the city of Tomball.

The Cy-Fair community was not included in the May data release because it is unincorporated. However, the city of Jersey Village has increased its population by 3.5% from 2010-19, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. In an October 2019 story, city officials laid out plans for future development in an effort to make the small city a “destination.”

See how neighboring municipalities grew over time in the chart below.