Boone County to lead region’s growth in number of households
Household Change by County
As with population, the greatest household growth rate will be found in Boone County, where the number of households is expected to more than double during the planning period. In contrast, Campbell, Dearborn and Clermont counties will see a smaller absolute increase in households due to slower growth in rural areas. Hamilton County will drop from a 42 to 38 percent share of regional households. However, it will add about 12,000 new households during the planning period, and will continue to have more than twice as many households as the second-most county.
Household Change, 2015-2050
The dot map below shows the change in households between 2015 and 2050. The red dots represent a loss of 50 households, and the green dots represent a gain of 50 households. The greatest growth is anticipated in Boone County and in the urban core of the region, from the river cities in Northern Kentucky and Downtown Cincinnati, spreading north along I-75 and I-71. Growth is also expected throughout suburban Kenton and Butler counties, central Warren County, and near the I-275 and State Route 32 interchange in Clermont County.