Sun Lakes, Arizona Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

Did you know that there are more than 319 people living in Sun Lakes, AZ? The city's population is just under 300, but a lot of people live there in other ways. There are also many different kinds of jobs that Sun Lakes residents do, such as landscaping, construction, and other things. But what is the population and satets in Sun Lakes like?

Sun Lakes has a very low vacancy rate at 19.4%. That's a bit higher than the national average of 84.7%. Many of Sun Lakes' residents live in rental units, which is an indicator of the local economy. Nevertheless, compared to other cities and neighborhoods, Sun Lakes has more renter occupied housing units than many others. Sun Lakes had 472 renter occupied households in 2005, compared to just ninety-five percent in neighboring Chandler.

The median household income in Sun Lakes is $56,779, with a male-to-female ratio of 0.834. This means that men earn a higher percentage of the city's total income than women do. However, women are not as likely to be financially secure than men, with only 2.8% living below the poverty line. The city's median age is 73, with males slightly older than females.

The median age of residents in Sun Lakes, AZ was 73. This included native-born residents and foreign-born residents. As of 2019, the median age was a bit above that of the national average. In addition to the median age, residents in Sun Lakes, AZ were the second-oldest in the state, and the oldest ones were the ones who were born in Mexico. The other two places where most residents were born were Canada and Denmark.