Alhambra, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

Alhambra is located in Los Angeles County and includes nearby cities and towns. According to the 2020 census, the population of Alhambra is 82,868. This figure reflects both the latest state estimates and the decennial census counts. This map highlights the city of Alhambra in red. There are also many historical facts regarding Alhambra. This article will highlight some interesting facts about the city.

The population of Alhambra is composed of a diverse population. About one in five residents is Asian, followed by African Americans, Hispanics, and whites. The city's median household income was $54,148 in 2009-2013. About 13.9% of Alhambra residents were considered poor. Approximately 40% of the housing units were owner-occupied. The city is also home to the San Gabriel Valley Lunar New Year Parade and Festival, held each year on Valley Boulevard. The parade is broadcast live on Chinese and Spanish radio stations, as well as local television and satellite.

The main business district of Alhambra is at the intersection of Main and Garfield avenues. This area has long been a commercial hub. In the 1950s, it was the place for middle-class families in the San Gabriel Valley. This development led to the construction of numerous dining, retail, and entertainment establishments. Several Chinese restaurants and businesses have opened in the past few years. Shakey's Pizza is headquartered in Alhambra.