Chula Vista, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

You may be wondering, what are the population and satets of Chula Vista City. Here is some information for you. Chula Vista is a charter city in California. There are four elected council members from geographical districts. The mayor is elected by the whole city. The council also appoints a city manager who serves as the city's chief administrator. The city council is led by Mayor Mary Casillas Salas. The other members are John McCann, Jill Galvez, Stephen Padillas, and Mike Diaz (Districts).

Chula Vista is the second largest city in San Diego County. The population is around 275,487 as of 2020. Chula Vista City has a mayor who presides over city council meetings and official city ceremonies. The mayor is a non-partisan elected official and represents the city on state and national levels. Chula Vista City's mayor took office on December 9, 2014.

Chula Vista has 52 public schools and sixteen private schools. The city has five post-secondary institutions, including Southwestern College. The city's students score higher than the rest of California, but lower than the national average. Southwestern College, Pima Medical Institute-Chula Vista, and United Education Institute-Chula Vista are all located in Chula Vista. Chula Vista is a small-town-style community, with a low crime rate, a large business community, and a rich cultural scene.

Although Chula Vista is home to some of the most elite families in the country, there are many Latino residents. The San Diego Union-Tribune reports that the city is lacking Latinos and a high number of upper-class Mexican families. Chula Vista residents complain of a "gilded colony" where upper-class families live. They are also free to drive luxury cars.