- The area of Adams County is about 759,000 acres.
- South to North - 17 miles
- East to West - 72 miles
Adams County had the 10th highest growth rate in the State of Colorado
US Census 2010 - Quick Facts
American Community Survey - 1 year - 2010
The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ongoing statistical survey that is annually conducted by the United States Census Bureau. The survey gathers information previously contained only in the long form of the decennial census. The ACS data are estimates (not counts) of population and housing characteristics collected throughout the year.
In order to help communities, state governments, and federal programs, the ACS gathers information such as age; sex; race; family and relationships; income and benefits; health insurance; education; veteran status; disabilities; where you work and how you get there; and where you live and how much you pay for essentials. The collected information is combined into statistics that are used by communities and agencies to plan investments and services.
The following reports are only a subset of the information available on the US Census Bureau's web page.
- Educational Attainment
- Employment Status
- Demographics and Housing
- Geographic Mobility
- Language Spoken at Home
- Poverty Status in Past 12 Months
- Select Economic Characteristics
- Select Social Characteristics
- Time Leaving for Work
- Transportation (means of) to Work