San Manuel, Arizona Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

If you're wondering how many people live in San Manuel, you might want to know the city's population and its street name. You can find San Manuel's population online or from the National Statistical Office and National Statistical Coordination Board. You can even get the city's address by ZIP code. The city has a population of around 26,000 and is expected to grow that way between 2010 and 2020.

The population of San Manuel City is overwhelmingly Christian. The town's annual Harvest Festival celebrates the patron saint of the farmers. Its residents are conservative, simple, and conservative. They can cope with a rapidly changing world without losing their traditional values. However, they aren't shy about accepting change. Despite the fact that their faith isn't the most important to them, they are capable of being adaptable.

The race and ethnic makeup of San Manuel City is diverse, with 91.4% of the population being White, while 0.5% are black or Hispanic. The city's median household income is $40,911 and the average household income is $50,463. Almost half of the residents are home owners, which can influence local advertising. San Manuel has a high rate of high school graduates (70%) and a low percentage of people who drop out of college.

The municipality's center is located at 16deg 4' north and 120deg 40' east. The city is located on the island of Luzon, and is at an elevation of 67.2 meters or 220.5 feet above sea level. The city has many churches and is politically subdivided into 19 barangays. The city is divided into several subdivisions. For example, the townships of Moncada and San Manuel are neighboring.