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Residents of Hispanic origin by planning area

1997, Census Update Survey

Percent Residents of Hispanic origin* in Montgomery County planning areas, 1997
Planning Area Household Population % of Household Population
Montgomery County 823,500 8.6%
Aspen Hill 58,335 11.5%
Bethesda/ Chevy Chase 85,000 4.7%
Clarksburg & Vicinity 2,020 1.0%
Cloverly/ Norwood 16,790 5.5%
Colesville/ White Oak 33,610 8.2%
Damascus & Vicinity (10,11,14,15) 27,875 3.4%
Darnestown 12,030 3.0%
Fairland 36,040 4.8%
Gaithersburg & Vicinity (20,21) 117,375 11.4%
Germantown 57,885 9.3%
Kemp Mill/ Four Corners 33,340 9.7%
Kensington/ Wheaton 74,955 13.2%
North Bethesda/ Garrett Park 39,265 7.0%
Olney & Vicinity 33,290 5.3%
Poolesville & Vicinity (12,16,17,18) 8,335 2.4%
Potomac 44,780 7.2%
Rockville 43,145 7.8%
Silver Spring 31,820 8.0%
Takoma Park** 34,855 17.4%
Travilah 22,410 5.2%
Upper Rock Creek 10,345 3.7%

* Persons of Hispanic Origin can be of any race.

** Includes the unification of Takoma Park from Prince George's County to Montgomery County, July 1, 1997. More detailed data area available in the Planning Area Profile section.

Source: Montgomery County Department of Park and Planning, Research and Technology Center, 1997 Census Update Survey.