Statistic Warrenville Illinois National
Population 13,137 12,671,821 328,239,523
Population density (sq mi) 2,406 228 91
Median age 37.8 37.4 37.7
Male/Female ratio 0.9:1 1.0:1 1.0:1
Married (15yrs & older) 53% 55% 55%
Families w/ Kids under 18 42% 44% 43%
Speak English 78% 77% 79%
Speak Spanish 15% 13% 13%

Overview of Warrenville Demographics

Warrenville demographics provide invaluable insights into the composition, dynamics and needs of urban and rural areas, enabling them to plan, develop, and govern in ways that promote prosperity, equity and well-being for all residents. The Warrenville population is 13,137 and has a population density of 2,406 people per square mile, compared to the national average of 91. The median age of all residents is 37.8, 53% of people 15 years of age or older are married and 42% have kids under the age of 18. In Warrenville, 11% of households have a median income that is below $25,000 and 29% of households report a median income above $150,000.

Warrenville Racial Demographics & Ethnicity

Understanding the Warrenville racial demographics and ethnic composition is paramount for addressing systemic inequities, advancing social justice and inclusion and fortifying communities. In Warrenville, the racial breakdown indicates 80% White, 5.2% Black or African American, 7.2% Asian, 0% American Indian and 0% Native Hawaiian, with 19.7% of the population identifying as Hispanic or Latino. Notably, 78.2% of households reported speaking English only, while 14.7% reported speaking Spanish only. Additionally, 13.7% of residents were categorized as foreign-born.

Warrenville Population Density

The Warrenville population density comes in at 2,406 people per square mile, which makes it one of the most densely populated areas in the country, far surpassing the national average of 91. Areas characterized by high population density often boast an abundance of amenities and services within close proximity, providing residents with convenient access to healthcare, education, cultural attractions, dining establishments, retail outlets and transportation options. This accessibility could potentially enhance residents' overall quality of life and well-being.

Why are Demographics Important?

Policy Planning: At various levels of government and within organizations and businesses, demographic data and statistics serve as essential tools for guiding policy and decision-making processes. Through the examination and interpretation of Warrenville demographic stats and data, policymakers, government officials, and organizational leaders can pinpoint areas requiring attention, allocate resources judiciously and design policies and initiatives tailored to the specific needs and preferences of distinct demographic segments. The utilization of Warrenville demographic data plays a pivotal role in policy formulation by informing resource allocation, facilitating evidence-based decision-making, identifying key priorities, predicting future trends, assessing policy effectiveness, and advancing principles of equity and inclusivity. Through effective utilization of this data, policymakers can craft policies that are targeted, efficient, and responsive to the diverse needs of communities.

Social Cohesion: The examination and interpretation of demographics are pivotal for nurturing social cohesion and promoting understanding among diverse communities. By acknowledging and honoring differences in Warrenville demographics, societies can champion inclusivity, diversity and social cohesion while addressing social disparities and advocating for equitable opportunities. Racial demographics can potentially showcase the diversity of a population and are crucial for fostering inclusive and embracing communities. Embracing diversity fortifies social bonds, fosters cultural appreciation and enriches society by celebrating the contributions of individuals from diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds.

Urban Development: Warrenville demographic statistics are invaluable for urban planners in designing and developing areas that cater to residents' needs, encompassing housing, transportation, and public services, all while fostering sustainability and enhancing quality of life. Shifts in demographics can influence gentrification and neighborhood transformation, whether in urban or rural settings. As neighborhoods attract new residents with varying income levels and lifestyle preferences, property values may increase, potentially displacing long-term residents and altering the neighborhood's character. Analyzing population density, age distribution, household size, and income levels is crucial for guiding decisions regarding zoning, transportation infrastructure, housing expansion and public amenities. Utilizing Warrenville demographic data in planning and executing affordable housing initiatives can serve as a preventive measure against displacement.

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Demographics Quick Facts

  • The population density in Warrenville is 955% higher than Illinois
  • The median age in Warrenville is 1% higher than Illinois
  • In Warrenville 79.98% of the population is White
  • In Warrenville 5.24% of the population is Black
  • In Warrenville 7.20% of the population is Asian

Compare Warrenville, IL Demographics


      Warrenville racial demographics

      Race Warrenville Illinois National
      White 79.98% 72.14% 73.35%
      Black 5.24% 14.30% 12.63%
      Asian 7.20% 5.10% 5.22%
      American Indian 0.04% 0.23% 0.82%
      Native Hawaiian 0.00% 0.03% 0.18%
      Mixed race 4.31% 2.34% 3.06%
      Other race 3.23% 5.86% 4.75%
      In Warrenville, 19.7% of people are of Hispanic or Latino origin.
      Please note: Hispanics may be of any race, so also are included in any/all of the applicable race categories above.

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      Source: The Warrenville, IL demographics data displayed above is derived from the United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).