Grayslake, IL Demographics

The total population of Grayslake is estimated to be 20,801 with 10,610 males (51.01%) and 10,191 females (48.99%). There are 419 less females than males in Grayslake.
The median household income in Grayslake was $118,873 in 2021, which marked an an increase of 6,031(5.34%) from $112,842 in 2020. This income is 159.33% 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, Grayslake sees its highest median household income among householders in the age group of 45 to 64 years old, at $161,935. Overall, the median household income for the village of Grayslake stands at $118,873.
In Grayslake, the median income for all workers aged 15 years and older, regardless of work hours, was $66,245 for males and $45,585 for females. However, when specifically considering full-time, year-round workers within the same age group, the median income was $93,444 for males and $71,323 for females.
In Grayslake, the demographic landscape is diverse, spanning 5 distinct racial categories among households. Among these, White households have the highest median household income at $124,566, while Some Other Race households represent the opposite end with the lowest median household income of $72,177.
In 2022, the population of Grayslake was 20,968, a 0.75% decrease year-by-year from 2021. Previously, in 2021, Grayslake's population was 21,127, a decline of 0.39% compared to a population of 21,210 in 2020.
The median age in Grayslake, IL is 37.7, as per 2021 ACS 5-Year Estimates. Of the total population, 18.95% were under the age of 15, 20.53% aged 15 to 29, 48.46% aged 30 to 64, 10.88% aged 65 to 84, and 1.18% were 85 years of age and older.
Racial distribution of Grayslake population: 76.45% are White, 6.90% are Black or African American, 0.26% are American Indian and Alaska Native, 6% are Asian, 0.34% are Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander, 4.84% are some other race and 5.21% are multiracial.