Municipal Census

Each spring, the City of Beaumont conducts a municipal census. Departments use this vital information to gain a clear picture of the needs of Beaumont citizens and guides planning decisions accordingly. Outcomes affecting future transportation networks and the locations of schools, parks, utilities, and fire protection facilities are largely based on population growth statistics collected in the municipal census. In addition, many of the grants received from the Province are awarded on a per capita basis, and a complete census count ensures that maximum grant funds are received.

Your responses to the census are used in a variety of ways, such as:

  • to collect grant dollars for programs and services in the City;
  • to attract new business opportunities; and
  • to get a good snapshot of the people who call Beaumont home

2019 Municipal Census

The 2019 Census begins May 1st. Residents will be given a special PIN code to complete their census online. Enumerators will also be visiting residences to collect information.

Beaumont is Growing

Beaumont’s population continues to grow, with the 2018 Municipal Census reporting a population of 18,829, a 2.8% increase over the 2017 population of 18,320. Beaumont’s population grew by 509 people.

As in 2017, residents have had the opportunity to use a unique PIN code to complete the census questions online, this year 41% of residents opted for online submissions.

2018 Census Highlights

Beaumont's Population Growth