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

Atwater is located in Merced County, California. Its topography is of rolling plains and large rivers, making it an agricultural paradise. The city was originally settled by Yokut Indian tribes and Spanish land grants. However, things changed drastically after the Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalupe-Hidalupé. Today, Atwater is home to a diverse community, a number of interesting attractions, and a number of amenities.

One of the most interesting facts about Atwater is its family structure. Its households are dominated by married couples, with 66% of households being headed by a married couple. This makes Atwater California the second most family-oriented city in the greater Merced area, only trailing the state capital, Sacramento. However, the city is not without its problems, as the poverty rate is higher than the state average.

The town was a small town until the turn of the century, with only about 100 people. In 1912, the only business in Atwater survived the fire and was named the Williamson Family Grocery Store. Then in the 1920s, the Williamson family moved to the Lawrence Grocery Building, which was built by George Bloss Sr. for $21,000 and housed several businesses.

The median age of residents in Atwater is 33.6, with a greater percentage of seniors than those in other cities. While the median age of residents is slightly lower than that of the rest of the city, it is still much higher than the national average. Despite its high income, Atwater has a significantly higher rate of poverty than the national average. In addition, the number of families with children is even larger than that of Atwater's.