Big Pine, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

In this article, you will discover important information about Big Pine City, Montana. You'll find the latest population and steets in the Big Pine City area. The data is compiled from the 2020 American Community Survey. Updated yearly, the data may not be completely accurate. Please note that this information should be considered reliable, but is provided as a guide only. You should verify this information with the appropriate sources.

Rent burden is an important measure of housing affordability. This measure measures the proportion of household income that is spent on renting housing. Big Pine has a lower rent burden than the state average of 33.7%. However, neighboring cities like Hanford and Kingsburg have lower rent burdens. Also, 30.3% of the housing units in Big Pine are occupied by renters, which is significantly lower than the state average.

As of the 2010 census, there were 1,756 people living in Big Pine. It is situated between the White Mountains and the Sierra Nevada. Big Pine is also located along the Owens River, upstream of a diversion dam. State Route 14 links the city to Los Angeles and Reno. Big Pine is also home to the Big Pine Band of Owens Valley Paiute Shoshone Indians.

The largest employers in Pine City are Lakeside Medical Center and Walmart. The city also has a nursing home. A Welia Health System clinic serves Pine City residents. The clinic is 13,500 square feet, or 1,250 m2. It opened a freestanding emergency care facility in 2015. Three chiropractic clinics serve the town. The local market is More Than Sprouts, featuring organic and locally grown food.