TEXAS (Austin Business Journal) – An analysis of the most recent U.S. Census report found that ten Texas counties were among the top 25 fastest-growing counties in the country between July 2007 and July 2008.
That put Texas ahead of every other state, including California, which had six counties in the top 25, and Arizona and North Carolina, which had two counties each.
The analysis was conducted by the Capital Area Council of Governments.
Texas counties that made the top 25 were Harris (No. 2), Tarrant (5), Bexar (10), Collin (12), Dallas (13), Travis (14), Fort Bend (18), Denton (21), Williamson (23) and Hidalgo (24).