Atascocita, which is unincorporated and considered a census-designated place (CDP), has the fastest-growing population in the Lake Houston area, with the population increasing 18.86% from 2014-19. Meanwhile, the Kingwood ZIP codes saw a decrease of almost 850 residents between 2014-19. For the purpose of this page, Kingwood includes the 77339 and 77345 ZIP codes.
Over the past five years, the median household income increased in both Atascocita and Kingwood, with Humble seeing a slight decrease of 0.65%.
Residents under the age of 40 make up the majority of populations in Atascocita and Humble. However, Kingwood has the highest percentage of those 60 and older.
Hispanic or Latino and white residents make up the majority of populations in Spring and Klein, Harris County and the state of Texas.
The percent of the population that attained a high school diploma decreased slightly in both Humble and Kingwood from 2014-19. Atascocita's percentage remained the same over the five-year period.
The percent of the population that attained a bachelor's degree or higher increased from 2014 to 2019 in Atascocita and Kingwood. However, the city of Humble's attainment decreased from 16.2% in 2014 to 11.2% in 2019. Humble's population has the lowest percent of bachelor degree attainment in the three areas.
Atascocita has the highest percentage of married households, while in Humble only 4.2% of households have a married couple.
Office and administrative support occupations, management occupations, and sales and related occupations were among the top five employment sectors in Atascocita, Humble and Kingwood.