City Profiles HARLINGEN TX

Harlingen, TX

The City of Harlingen resides in Cameron County in the state of Texas, located neighboring the Mexican city of Matamoros accross the Rio Grande. As of the 2016 U.S. Census estimate it has a population of over 65,000. Harlingen is part of the Brownsville-Harlignen metropolitan area.

The Port of Entry (POE) of Harlingen only accounts for the Harlingen International Airport which handled trade flows of over $23M U.S.D. in 2016. Trade crossing through the Free Trade Bridge is reported under the Brownsville POE.

The Harlingen International Airport POE (2383) is part of the trade District of Laredo.


Source: U.S. Census, U.S. Department of Commerce Bureau of the Census Foreign Trade Division, U.S. Customs, Texas Workforce Commission, Central Power and Light, local building departments and local U.S. bridge operators in cited cities.

Compiled by:Texas Center for Border Economic and Enterprise Development

International Bridges

Bridge 1: Free Trade International Bridge
Pedestrian / Non-Commercial Vehicles / Buses / Commercial Trucks
Mexico Border City: Matamoros, Tam.

U.S.A.

Census Estimate 2016
323,127,513

Texas

Census Estimate 2016
27,862,596

Harlingen

Census 2010
64,849

Harlingen

Census Estimate 2016
65,539
% Popultaion Change 2010-2016
2010 Gender Distribution

Total
Housing Units

Census 2010
25,585

Language other than English at Home

Census Estimate 2011-2015
48.6%

2016 Power Connections

Residential
26,159

2016 Power Connections

Small Business
4,290
Persons per Household 2011-2015
Building Permits
% High School Graduate or Higher (2011-2015)
People age 25 or higher
% Bachelor's Degree or Higher (2011-2015)
People age 25 or higher
% With a Disability (2011-2015)
People under age 65
% With Out Health Insurance
People under age 65

Median Household Income

Census Estimate 2011-2015
$34,466

Total Workforce

Avg. 2016

24,815

% Unemployment

Avg. 2016

5.79%
Labor Force Gender 2011-2015
Unemployment Trend
Per Capita Income 2011-2015
in the past 12 months (in 2015 dollars)
% Persons in Poverty

Pedestrian Crossings
Passenger Vehicle Crossings
Commercial Truck Crossings