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The Bulverde/Spring Branch Area has a growing population that spans two counties (Comal and Bexar) and three main zip codes (78070, 78163 & 78260).

The overall population of this area per the US Census Bureau’s 2010 Census was 49,300. The 2015 population estimate was 54,567 and the 2018/2019 Population Projections are 59,629.

Properties located within the 78070 and 78163 zip code areas are located within Comal County.

A portion of the properties located within the 78163 and 78070 zip code areas fall within the city limits of the City of Bulverde.

A portion of the properties located within the 78070 zip code area fall within the city limits of the City of Spring Branch.

Residential properties located within the 78260 zip code area fall within the unincorporated area of Bexar County and Commercial properties fall within the City of San Antonio, per recent annexations effective December 31, 2016.

Population By Educational Attainment
  • High School Graduates – 93.6%
  • Bachelor Degree or Higher – 40.1%
Per Capita Income Comparison
  • Bulverde/Spring Branch Area – $41,909
  • Comal County –  $33,872
  • Texas – $27,828
  • United States – $29,829
Population Change Comparison 2012-2016
  • Bulverde/Sring Branch – 11.8%
  • Comal County – 13.99%
  • MSA – 11.27%
  • Texas -9.2%

Comal County is the 2nd fastest growing county in the U.S. with a population of 141,009 in 2017. That’s a 5.1% change from 2016 when Comal was ranked the 7th fastest growing county with a population of 134,788. Comal has had a 29.1% growth increase since 2010.

By 2030, Comal County is projected to have more than 150,000 residents.  

By 2040, Comal County is projected to grow by more than 140% to a population of 260,133 residents and will be the 2nd fastest growing county in the region as evidenced by the chart to the right.

Bexar County is ranked No. 7 of the Top 10 Largest-Gaining Counties (numeric increase) in the U.S. with a population of 1,958,578 in 2017 compared to 1,927,747 in 2016, a 1.6% change for an additional 30,831 new residents. Bexar is projected to grow at a rate of 7.9% over the next 5 years.

By 2040, Bexar County is projected to grow by more than 60% to a population of 2,747,163.

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