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

If you are looking for Buellton city statistics, you have come to the right place. Buellton is a city in Santa Barbara county, California. As of 2010, the population of Buellton was 4,828. It is expected to grow to 5,449 by 2020. It was incorporated in 1992. The city is known as the "Home of Split Pea Soup." The town has numerous restaurants that serve the famous soup.

Upon incorporation in 1992, Buellton has been governed by a five-member city council. There are two main elements to the city's development plan. One favors open space preservation and conservation. This is in conflict with the Buellton Greenbelt Agreement. The other is the urbanization element. The urbanization element favors developing urban areas, while the conservation element favors the preservation of open space.

The most common job groups in Buellton are Management Occupations, Office & Administrative Support Occupations, and Food Preparation - Serving Related Occupations. Both job categories are down. Native Americans and African-Americans are among the most likely to be living in poverty. If you want to learn more about Buellton city statistics, check out our community profiles.

There are a few local high schools in Buellton. One is the Santa Ynez Valley Joint Union High School, which serves five neighboring communities. There is also the Zaca Center, a preschool and after school care center operated by the County of Santa Barbara. In addition, a senior center and a child day care center are operated by the Presbyterian Church. A number of businesses in Buellton also have a post office.