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growth greatest in south from 2000 to 2010 Census Bureau. Although areas such as greater Upper Marlboro and Brandywine remain the least populated in terms of density, these once rural enclaves saw a population increase of more than 25 percent in some places between 2000 and 2010. Countywide, Prince George grew by about 8 percent, or approximately 62,000 people. There were 801,515 residents in 2000, compared with 863,420 in 2010. An estimated 326,000 households in Prince George County received a 10 question form from the Census Bureau in the mail in early March. During the summer, census workers attempted to visit households that failed to mail back the form by the end of April to try and collect information in person. Seventy four percent of county residents mailed back their questionnaire in 2010, compared with 75 percent of residents in 2000. Those numbers were adjusted from earlier in the year, when the bureau first reported the county participation rate in 2000 as 68 percent. The Census Bureau has not released a full analysis of participation to date. The results of the decennial count are used to determine how $400 billion in federal funding is distributed annually to states, counties and other municipalities. House of Representatives, and states and counties use the information to redraw district lines. The Prince George County Council recently appointed a three person commission to oversee countywide redistricting; the members include Chairwoman Sharon Taylor, former state Sen. David Harrington and Tamara Davis Brown, a Clinton resident and longtime community activist. Councilman Mel Franklin (D Dist. 9) of Upper Marlboro, whose district includes much of south county, has said he expects his district to change its shape and size following redistricting. Franklin was unavailable for comment today. The greater Upper Marlboro area, which includes the town of Upper Marlboro and unincorporated communities surrounding the town such as Marlton and Rosaryville grew from 36,617 people in 2000 to 46,013 people in 2010, a growth of more than 25 percent. Renetta Washington, 48, moved with her family to the Fox Chase community in greater Upper Marlboro in early 2005. She said that besides watching the construction of several new housing developments around the area, she has noticed other signs of the growth, from the increase in traffic on area roads to the opening of two new schools Dr. Henry A. Wise Jr. High School in fall 2006 and Barack Obama Elementary School in fall 2010 to accommodate new families. we moved there, we were really impressed with the rural aspect, she said. think at this point, if any more housing goes up, it going to detract from that sort of draw. It so nice and quiet, and peaceful. We don want to lose that. Brandywine area, also a magnet for new residential development, grew by about 29 percent, from 12,313 people in 2000 to 15,901 people in 2010. Brown, who helped organize census participation outreach as a member of the county Complete Count Committee, said she had expected south county overall to grow in size. worked extremely hard to make sure residents were aware of the census and they saw the importance of responding, she said. She said the redistricting commission next steps, now that the data is out, are to crunch the numbers and start organizing outreach efforts to make sure residents understand how redistricting works and can get involved in the process. The commission is expected to report recommendations for redrawing boundaries to the Prince George County Council by September.