Demographics

Population & Growth


The City of Hardeeville has rapidly grown in the past ten years, due in part to major new development and investment in the community. Shown below are the City's population figures over a 20-year period:

  • 1990 (Census): 1,583
  • 2000 (Census): 1,793
  • 2010 (Census): 2,952
  • 2012 (Estimate): 3,400

Neighborhood Populations


Based on the Staff estimate for 2012 population, an approximate population per neighborhood is as followed:

  • Downtown: 1,800 (includes Car Moorer Acres, Walsh Drive area, and Pine Arbor Road)
  • Courtney Bend apartments: 600
  • Sun City: 500 (counting areas within Hardeeville city limits)
  • Hampton Pointe: 200
  • Deerfield Road area: 200 (includes Jenny Greene townhomes and Deerfield Village)
  • Other Areas: 100 (includes Hilton Head Lakes, Hearthstone Lakes, and other areas not listed)

Households & Families


Based on data from the 2010 Census, there were 1,068 households, of which 38.8% were married families. 35.5% of households had children under the age of 18 living at home.

Race, Ethnicity & Age


Based on data from the 2010 Census, the City of Hardeeville is a diverse community:

  • White (Caucasian): 43.7%
  • Black (African-American): 34.7%
  • Asian: 2.0%
  • Other: 16.1%
  • Multi-Racial: 2.7%
  • Non-Hispanic: 71.6%
  • Hispanic: 28.4%
Hispanic is not considered a race; most Hispanics list "white" or "other" for race.

  • Percent of Population Under 18: 25.4%
  • Percent of Population 65 or Older: 7.9%
  • Median Age: 29.4 years

Income & Unemployment


The most recent data available for income figures is the 2000 Census, which reported a median household income of $28,977 and a median family income of $31,625. These figures are likely higher since 2000 due to inflation and also because of high population growth with higher income earners moving to the City. City staff estimates local unemployment to be between 8 to 10% as of March 2012.