Bodega Bay, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

In 2010, Bodega Bay had a total population of 1,077. This meant that the population density was 86.0 people per square mile or 33.2/km2. The majority of the population was White, with only 4 Native Americans. There were also 34 people of two or more races. The remaining 126 people were Hispanic or Latino of any race. There were 97% of households, and 1.0% of the population lived in non-institutionalized group quarters.

The population of Bodega Bay is comprised of both residents and non-residents. The city had 131 housing units in 2016, with an average density of 45.1 people per square mile or 17.4 per km2. Of those, 66 were owner-occupied and 51 were rental units. The unemployment rate was 2.1%, while the vacancy rate for rental housing was 0%. The number of households and renters was also very low, with only 19.0% living in rented or unoccupied homes.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the population of Bodega Bay City was 56,700 as of 2013. There were 117 households with children younger than 18, 12 households with married opposite-sex couples, 9 same-sex partnerships, and 49 single-person households. In addition, there were 13 single people over the age of 65 living alone. The median age was 54.5 years, and the percentage of males was higher than females.

A few notable residents include Patty Hopkins, vice president of the Bodega Bay Community Foundation, and director of the Bodega Bay Area Chamber of Commerce. She is also a director of the Sonoma County Tourism Board. Besides this, Patty is also the owner of two successful family businesses, Ginochio's Kitchen and Bodega Bay Concierge. She and her husband, Paul, and daughter Alicia live in Bodega Bay. They moved to the city 12 years ago and are very proud of it.