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

The population of Covina is made up of a diverse group of residents. More than half of the city's workforce has attended college, and a quarter has obtained an associate's degree. Approximately 30% of Covina's workforce is white collar, and 60% are in professional and managerial occupations. This diverse workforce is an asset to firms looking to locate in Covina. While almost half of Covina's population commutes more than 30 minutes to work, many residents prefer to work in their own neighborhoods. There are four universities and two community colleges located within five miles of Covina.

Covina is a city in the San Gabriel Valley and is located near the foot of the San Gabriel Mountains. The city has an approximate population of 47,787 residents, including 22,081 men and 23,706 women. The median age of residents is 37.5 years. While the city's population is relatively small, it is becoming increasingly popular with residents seeking the small town atmosphere. For those looking to purchase a home in Covina, here are some things to consider.

The population of Covina City is primarily Hispanic, although there are also some people of other races and ethnicities. The city is close to Los Angeles and has many commute options. Metrolink has a train station in Covina and Foothill Transit offers express buses to downtown Los Angeles and Pasadena. The commute time for Covina residents is 33.8 minutes, compared to the national average of 26.4 minutes.