Granby, Connecticut Demographics

The median household income in Granby town was $125,374 in 2021, which marked an a decrease of 798(0.63%) from $126,172 in 2020. This income is 168.05% of the U.S. median household income of $74,606 (all incomes in 2022 inflation-adjusted dollars).
Per the latest American Community Survey by the Census Bureau, Granby town sees its highest median household income among householders in the age group of 25 to 44 years old, at $167,952. Overall, the median household income for the town of Granby town stands at $125,374.
In Granby town, the median income for all workers aged 15 years and older, regardless of work hours, was $66,854 for males and $46,548 for females. However, when specifically considering full-time, year-round workers within the same age group, the median income was $88,677 for males and $89,207 for females.
In Granby town, population is primarily represented by White households, reporting a median income of $126,341.
In 2021, the population of Granby town was 10,953, a 0.53% increase year-by-year from 2020. Previously, in 2020, Granby town's population was 10,895, a decline of 5.30% compared to a population of 11,505 in 2019.
The median age in Granby, Connecticut is 47.2, as per 2021 ACS 5-Year Estimates. Of the total population, 18.11% were under the age of 15, 12.94% aged 15 to 29, 48.33% aged 30 to 64, 18.74% aged 65 to 84, and 1.88% were 85 years of age and older.
The total population of Granby town is estimated to be 10,971 with 5,722 males (52.16%) and 5,249 females (47.84%). There are 473 less females than males in Granby town.
Racial distribution of Granby town population: 94.50% are White, 0.69% are Black or African American, 1.16% are Asian, 0.48% are some other race and 3.16% are multiracial.