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

If you want to know the Population & Steets of Concord City, you've come to the right place. Listed below are the names and contact information for your city's council members. You can find out what the people in Concord City look like, and how many of them are Democrats or Republicans. If you want to know the population of Concord City, you can go to the website for the city's council.

The city of Concord has a council-manager form of government. The council has the most power in the city government, passing ordinances, resolutions, adopting plans, and setting the budget. The mayor, appointed by the city council, represents the city at special events, and is the ex officio chair of the city council. The council also appoints a professional city manager to help oversee the city's finances.

The median home value in Concord, CA is $551,300, which is 2.29 times the national average. The median household income in Concord is $81,961 and it's a relatively low-income area, with only 65% of the population owning their home. The median household income in Concord, CA is $81,961 - this represents 9.28% growth from the national average. You'll also find that most Concord residents drive their own car to work, as compared to 81.9% of people in the U.S.

The town's history goes back a long way. The 18th century brought prosperity to Concord through industrial activity. The city was named the state capital and the State House was built in 1816. It's one of eleven state capitol buildings with golden domes. The State House itself has excellent filming potential. Viewed from the street, the State House is framed by an open courtyard and an arch.