SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE – A QUAINT VILLAGE
The April 1, 2010 census shows Southampton Village with a year-round population of 3,109. This compares to the total year-round population of the Town of Southampton of 56,790
In the hamlets surrounding the village, the 2010 census reports North Sea’s population as 4,458; Shinnecock Hills as 2,188; Tuckahoe as 1,373; Water Mill as 1,559.
According to the census, the year-round population of Southampton Village has actually decreased 21.6% in the ten years since the 2000 Census was done. Shinnecock Hills is up 25.1%, North Sea down 0.8%, Water Mill down 9.6% and Tuckahoe down 21.1%
Only the year-round population was counted in the census. In the Village of Southampton it is typical to see a modest year-round residence replaced by a much larger seasonal home. In fact 62% of all village homes are now classified as unoccupied by year-round residents. In the summer Southampton Village’s population expands to around 35,000, including Forbes 400 members, dignitaries, and celebrities.
To view Profiles of General Demographic and Selected Social, Economic and Housing Characteristics from the 2010 federal census,
Want to know more housing characteristics such as year structure was built, number of bedrooms, number of rooms, value, mortgage status, etc., to view the 2006 – 2010 American Community Survey,
2010 U. S. CENSUS DATA UNVEILED
To view the March 24, 2011 SouthamptonPatch article unveiling 2010 census figures of the Southampton area,
Census Data Shows Hugh Population Increases and Dips
To view the April 5, 2011 SouthamptonPatch article in which individuals who say they live in the village year round are outnumbered by the number of residences, according to Census data,
Census Says There Are Fewer People in Southampton Village Than Housing Units