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

The population of Alpine is 14,830. It is a moderately sized town with a temperate climate. Its name originated when local residents, originally from Switzerland, suggested it as an easy-to-remember name. Its schools are ranked highly and the city has a moderate nightlife aimed at middle-aged adults and families. Although the city is not a large one, it is a good place to live for the average individual.

The population of Alpine is diverse in age and race, with most residents being between the ages of 18 and 62. Only 40 percent of its residents are older than 65, making it the ideal city for people who are starting a family or advancing in their careers. However, there are plenty of young residents aged 18 to 21. As a result, the population of Alpine is a great place to raise a family.

The town of Alpine is part of the USPS and uses the name "Alpine" for its ZIP code. There are many other places that go by this name, including a city, town, village, or school. The zip code for Alpine is D (Default), and it is the preferred name of the USPS and residents. You can find the ZIP code of Alpine on the USPS website or in the city's official phone book.

The poverty rate in Alpine is 9.6%. This is higher than the state average of 29.0%, and other neighboring cities have higher rates. Fortunately, most Alpine residents have health insurance. The city has a mayor named Carla Merrill and a council composed of Jessica Smuin, John Donnelly, and Paul Lehman. The city has a municipal building at Center St. and Main St.