Amador City, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

Amador City is the liveliest town along the California coast. It's situated just off the Drytown wagon road about two miles from Creek. The old landmarks of frame business houses are gone, replaced by substantial brick edifices. A historical article published in the Sacramento Daily Union in 1879 describes Amador City's past. It was the town's first newspaper and grew into a thriving agricultural community.

Amador City was originally part of Amador County. It was annexed by Sutter Creek in 1989. This annexation was termed a "merger" and is noted in the City's history. The name Amador City was chosen by the USPS because it is the preferred spelling for the city. However, it is also the name of the city for residents. The population of the city was recorded in 2010 and 2020 census estimates.

The most common employment sectors in Amador City, CA are Health Care & Social Assistance, Construction, and Public Administration. While some residents of these sectors work outside the city, Census data tag their residential address to their employment status. In terms of wages, Total and Other Services Except Public Administration earned over $28,750, respectively. These figures are a bit higher than the national average but still below the parent city and national average.

As of 2013, Amador City issued just one residential building permit, and no new commercial developments. However, the city does expect growth both inside and outside its city limits. The city has four or six available residential lots. The city's two cemeteries are not professionally maintained. The grounds are maintained on a volunteer basis. It's possible to develop the city's four or six vacant lots.