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

If you're wondering what Burney's population and steets look like, read on. You'll discover the city's demographics. According to the latest census data, the median household income in Burney is $32,105, which is above the national average. But, if you're curious about the socioeconomic status of the city, consider how many people live below the poverty line.

In the last census, the population of Burney City was 2,917, based on the most recent census figures available. There were 1 446 housing units, a density of 278.0 per square mile. Approximately 797 of these units were owner-occupied, while 465 were rented. The vacancy rate was 2.2% among owner-occupied households, while 7.4% of rental units were vacant.

The town has several public parks and recreational areas. One is Towneley Park, which was formerly the deer park for the 15th century Towneley Hall. Another is Thompson Park, which features a miniature railway and boating lake. The other two parks are Thurley Gardens and Scott Park. Burnley Central Station sits on an old mineral line and the city is surrounded by a reclaimed landfill. Another popular destination in the city is the town's historic Towneley Hall. A visit to the city's railway museum will reveal a wealth of history and heritage.

The town's racial diversity is reflected in its ethnic composition. Many Asian residents live in the town's Stoneyholme and Daneshouse districts. However, the population is smaller than that of nearby towns. According to the Lancashire Telegraph, Burnley had the highest number of burglaries per capita in England and Wales, and the number of crimes was the highest in the county.