"The numbers are out from the U.S. Census Bureau, and Central Texas has several cities that stand out.
According to new census data, Austin is now the 10th most populous city in the U.S., with a population just shy of 1 million people."
"For now, Austin remains the fourth-largest city in Texas, trailing Houston (2.3 million), San Antonio (1.5 million) and Dallas (1.3 million). Austin also sits just three spots ahead of Fort Worth nationally."
"Austin isn't the only Central Texas city getting recognition, however. New census data also showed the fastest growing cities. Topping the chart was Georgetown, with Kyle and Leander also in the top five.
Georgetown reported a 14.4% year-over-year (YOY) growth, and Kyle and Leader each reported 10.9% YOY growth. Round Rock was listed at 86th on the report with 2.1% YOY growth," says KVUE.com.
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