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

If you are looking for information on Population & Steets in Bennicia City, California, you have come to the right place. The following article contains statistics and other important information about the city. We have provided the most up-to-date information on Benicia City so you can make the right choice. The population in Benicia is around 87,000. This number is a combination of residents and non-residents.

Benicia has a long and rich history. In the early 20th century, it was the site of the first long-distance powerline crossing over the Carquinez Strait. It was later bought by the Southern Pacific, which replaced the ferry crossing. The population declined until the turn of the century, when the city grew by around one thousand residents every year. Today, Benicia is home to a farmers' market on Thursday evenings, a tradition started by the Benicia Main Street commerce organization in 1992.

In 2010, the population of Benicia, California was 26,997. The city had a density of 663.1 inhabitants per square mile (1.5 million people per square km2). During the same year, the city was selected to participate in the California Main Street Program. Benicia is surrounded by nearby cities such as Walnut Creek, Port Costa, El Sobrante, and Lafayette.

Census data from 2006 shows that the city's population is evenly spread. Twenty-seven percent of the residents were under the age of 18, thirty-four percent were married couples, and eleven percent were single. Among the non-families, 29.9% were individuals. Senior citizens were represented by six percent of households. The median age of Benicia City residents is 39. There were 102 adults per 100 females and three hundred and eight households.