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Two Dallas cities named fastest growing, while Fort Worth population soars7.14.2008- Dallas Business Journal
A new report from the U.S. Census Bureau says two Dallas suburbs, McKinney and Denton, ranked third and 10th, respectively, on the bureau's list of fastest growing cities, while the city of Fort Worth ranked fourth behind Houston for experiencing the largest numeric population increase during the period documented between July 1, 2006, and July 1, 2007.
The data shows Denton's population growing from 110,304 in July 2006 to 115,506 in 2007, while McKinney's population increased from 107,075 in July 2006 to 115,620 in 2007.
Meanwhile, the population of Fort Worth, which experienced a significant numerical increase in population during the past year, had approximately 681,818 residents living in the city in July 1, 2007, compared to 652,365 in July of 2006.
Fort Worth follows Houston, which ranked first in the nation in year-to-year numerical population growth, with a population of 2,208,180 in July of this year, compared to 2,169,248 last year.