The population density of Crystal Lake, IL was 2,189 in 2018.

Population Density

Population Density is computed by dividing the total population by Land Area Per Square Mile.

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Geographic and Population Datasets Involving Crystal Lake, IL

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    WAOFM - Census - Population Density by County by Decade, 1900 to 2020 | Last Updated 2023-07-06T16:48:57.000Z

    Washington state population density by county by decade 1900 to 2020.

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    WAOFM - April 1 - Population Density by County, 2000 to Present | Last Updated 2023-07-06T17:50:22.000Z

    Intercensal and postcensal estimates of population density by county 2000 to present.

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    StRep2010 | Last Updated 2024-04-10T18:51:02.000Z

    IL State Representative Districts based on Census 2010

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    Assessor [Archived 05-31-2023] - Parcel Universe | Last Updated 2023-05-31T21:51:45.000Z

    A complete, historic universe of Cook County parcels with attached geographic, governmental, and spatial data. When working with Parcel Index Numbers (PINs) make sure to zero-pad them to 14 digits. Some datasets may lose leading zeros for PINs when downloaded. Additional notes:<ul><li>Data is attached via spatial join (st_contains) to each parcel's centroid.</li> <li>Centroids are based on <a href="">Cook County parcel shapefiles</a>.</li> <li>Older properties may be missing coordinates and thus also missing attached spatial data (usually they are missing a parcel boundary in the shapefile).</li> <li>Newer properties may be missing a mailing or property address, as they need to be assigned one by the postal service.</li> <li>Attached spatial data does NOT go all the way back to 1999. It is only available for more recent years, primarily those after 2012.</li> <li>The universe contains data for the current tax year, which may not be complete or final. PINs can still be added and removed to the universe up until the Board of Review closes appeals.</li> <li>Data will be updated monthly.</li> <li>Rowcount and characteristics for a given year are final once the Assessor <a href="">has certified the assessment roll</a> for all townships.</li> <li>Depending on the time of year, some third-party and internal data will be missing for the most recent year. Assessments mailed this year represent values from last year, so this isn't an issue. By the time the Data Department models values for this year, those data will have populated.</li> <li>Current property class codes, their levels of assessment, and descriptions can be found <a href="">on the Assessor's website</a>. Note that class codes details can change across time.</li> <li>Due to decrepencies between the systems used by the Assessor and Clerk's offices, <i>tax_district_code</i> is not currently up-to-date in this table.</li></ul> For more information on the sourcing of attached data and the preparation of this dataset, see the <a href="">Assessor's data architecture repo</a> on GitLab. <a href="">Read about the Assessor's 2022 Open Data Refresh.</a>