Corte Madera, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The following article is a brief history of the City of Corte Madera. It covers the city's history, population and steets. The information in the article is for informational purposes only. For more in-depth information, please refer to the following articles:

Corte Madera has a large minority of Hispanics. The majority of the residents are White, with Hispanics making up the minority. The poverty rate was 1.52% for full-time workers and 5.3% for part-time workers. There were 7.31% of unemployed residents. The median age of residents is 45-54, while the median age of female residents is 35-44. Non-citizens include those who are temporary residents, international students, and people who are not U.S. citizens.

The city is located in Marin County, California. It is south of San Rafael. Corte Madera, or "chop wood," derived from the Spanish word for "wood." The city was known for producing lumber from redwood trees, which was used to build San Francisco. In fact, this city's population is now around 10,000. There is an active, outdoor lifestyle in the town. There are parks and open spaces on every corner.

The city has a diverse population, with 7.72k people of white and 604 people of Asian descent. The city's population has a low Hispanic percentage, and is populated by people of Asian descent. The population of Corte Madera is also diverse, with homes located on hidden lagoons, bayfronts, and more. The Larkspur-Corte Madera School District is nationally acclaimed.