Chino Hills, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The city of Chino Hills, California, was incorporated in 1991. It operates under a council/manager form of government. The city council consists of five members elected for overlapping four-year terms. Of those members, one is elected as mayor for a one-year term. The city enjoys the support of two local elected officials: County Supervisor Curt Hagman and Assemblyman Phillip Chen.

There are about 5,635 places with the same name in the United States. Of these, Chino Hills is the ninth least populous. There are two entities with a high percentage of the population. Each city is categorized by its own population and ethnicity. For instance, Chino Hills has a high percentage of foreign-born residents. A high percentage of its residents were born in China, Mexico, and the Philippines.

In terms of income, Chino Hills is one of the more prosperous cities in the Inland area. The median household income was over $100,000 in 2019 - but it was not one of the top 20 wealthiest communities in the state. Its population is largely Latino, with just four percent black residents. According to Jody Agius Vallejo, assistant professor of sociology at the University of Southern California, Chino Hills is a relatively wealthy city for the size of its population.

A map of the area around Chino Hills is useful in many ways. It can be used to research sales catchment areas, distribute and deliver items, or for job searches. Additionally, a map can be used for transportation purposes, as a guide when moving to or from a different city. Chino Hills has many amenities, including public payphones, free short-term and long-term parking, and public transit.