Sierra Vista, Arizona Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

What Are the Demographics of Sierra Vista City? This Arizona city is home to a growing population. The city is home to a diverse group of people. The population of Sierra Vista is highly diverse, with the median age of 32 being only slightly above the national average. A recent census revealed that Sierra Vista has a population of over 35,000. The median income was $86,780. The median family income was $88,940.

The Sierra Vista city center is located on a plateau about ninety miles above the equator. The surrounding Sierra Vista Valley is one of the most picturesque areas in Arizona. The region is also known for its abundant wildlife. Sierra Vista has a high proportion of residents who are U.S. citizens. The area also has a small college community, with Cochise County Community College District and the University of Arizona-Sierra Vista awarding more than 1,700 degrees annually by 2020.

Located 75 miles southeast of Tucson, Sierra Vista is the main cultural and commercial center of Cochise County. The city is home to several retail establishments including Walmart, Target, and Dillard's. It also features a 400,000 square-foot mall known as The Mall at Sierra Vista. A large percentage of Sierra Vista's workforce is employed by the Fort Huachuca Air Force Base. The city is also home to many businesses in the professional, scientific, and technical services sector. Almost half of the city is employed by Wick Communications, a publisher of news publications in twelve states.