The Census Bureau has estimated that the population of Williamsville City, New York is 181,045 people. This number is a little over the city's current population of 92,895 people. While the median age is 32, there are also minority groups of African American, Asian, Vietnamese, and Chinese. Black people and Hispanics of any race made up about 12.7% of the population.
The most common way to get around Williamsville City is by car, public transportation, or walking. Two-thirds of Williamsville residents commute by car, while only 13 percent take public transportation. The remainder travel by foot or by trolley bus. The following table shows the number of people who use each mode of transportation in Williamsville City. Here are the results for each of the three major political parties registered in the city.
The city experienced a period of decline following World War II, when its manufacturing base was displaced by cheaper alternatives. It also felt the effects of national trends that were pushing away from historic urban centers. In an effort to reverse this trend, the city embarked on a series of urban renewal projects. A huge portion of downtown was demolished to make way for modern office buildings. A one million square-foot shopping mall was built at the same time. After 30 years, the mall's appeal was diminished by its lack of local businesses.
Aside from the water mill complex, the local area is home to the Leon Studio 1 School of Hair Design & Career Training Center. The city's census reports information such as race, sex, income, and poverty, as well as marital status. The estimated population of the city is 5,171 people. You may also be interested in knowing the average household income and other demographics of the city.