The U.S. Census Bureau released more detailed statistics for Ohio from the 2010 Census, including new data for racial groups in Solon.
The bureau says the new data offers a "new layer of detail" to the population and housing data released last year as part of the decennial population study.
The new data even drills down into city data, giving communities like Solon a window into how different racial groups are living within our communities.
The Census data is a massive trove of information, so the plan here is to highlight some interesting facts gleamed from the data.
1. Solon is largely white, but diversity growing
Solon describes itself as a diverse community, and the numbers back up that claim.
Solon has 23,348 people, according to the Census. While 18,104 people, or about 78 percent, describe themselves as white, the city .
Asians and black populations are each about 10 percent of the city's population.
2. Minority populations are younger
Solon's largest and fastest growing minorities are blacks and Asians. It's not surprising then that those populations have the highest percentage of young people
More than a third, 36 percent, of people with Asian heritage in Solon are under 19, while 35 percent of blacks are younger than 18. About 28 percent of the white population is below 18.
3. Asians have largest, most stable families; whites have smallest families
The average family size in Solon is just over three, meaning the typical family structure in Solon is a husband, wife and one kid.
But the Census data shows that Solon's Asian population has not only the largest families, but the most stable also, meaning the family is led by a married couple living together.
Nearly 87 percent of Asian families have husbands and wives living together, and the average family size is more than 3.5, the largest in Solon.
Black families have the lowest stability rate, with about 54 percent of families with a husband and a wife living together.
White families are the smallest at 3.07 people per family.
4. Whites have highest home ownership rate; blacks have lowest
If you live in Solon, chances are you own your home. But homeownership rates vary based on race.
About 90 percent of white households own their own home, or 7,255 out of 8,352 households. Asian households were close behind, percentage-wise, with 554 of 665 households owning their own home, or about 83 percent.
Black and hispanic households were the least likely to own their own homes, but homeownership rates are still pretty high, hovering around the national average of about 65 percent.
About 63 percent of black households live in a home they own, while the hispanic rate is about 69 percent.
5. Hispanics are still a small group in Solon
While hispanics represent a fast-growing minority across the nation, the number of people who describe themselves as hispanic in Solon remains small.
There are only 357 people in Solon who label themselves hispanic, and there are only 89 households that contain hispanic people.