Daly City, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

Are you looking for the population and steets of Daly City? Here are the details of the city. Also read about the police department, which employs 109 full-time sworn officers. The majority of the officers are white, while three percent are African American. Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders comprise less than three percent of the police force. Despite this high diversity, the police department has some problems, such as a lack of Asian American recruits.

The population of Daly City is approximately 57,500. The city is home to several neighborhoods that share street grids with neighboring San Francisco neighborhoods. Crocker-Amazon and Visitacion Valley are two examples of the city's neighborhoods. Daly City is located in the 14th congressional district, which is represented by Democrats Jackie Speier and Dianne Feinstein. The median household income is $87,500.

Daly City's ethnic composition is diverse and has a large Filipino population. The Chinese and Burmese populations are also present. Other ethnic groups include the Indian, Korean, and Thai people. Overall, Hispanic or Latino of any race is the largest group in the city, with 9.4% of the population being of Mexican descent. The population also includes nearly 24 percent Latinos. Daly City has one Karaite synagogue.

The town was a small community until the late 1940s, when a large commercial district was developed. This area included the Westlake Shopping Center. Daly City was again at the epicenter of an earthquake on March 22, 1957. The 5.3 magnitude earthquake struck the San Andreas Fault, causing structural damage to the city's infrastructure. In addition, State Route 1 was closed near the Top of the Hill. Daly City eventually annexed the city of Bayshore. The town's famous Cow Palace was the site of the Republican National Convention in 1964.