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

The population of Delano, CA is 5,464 people, with 2,664 men and 2,800 women. This represents a total population of 53,041 people. The city gets its name from a French surname, "la Noye." In 2018, the top two foreign-born countries with residents in Delano were the Philippines and Mexico. China, meanwhile, has six hundred and seventy-nine residents.

Delano is the third largest city in California and is located within the Kern County Bakersfield metro area. It is an agricultural center, home to two California state prisons, and near the cities of McFarland, Earlimart, Richgrove, Wasco, and Eureka. According to the US Census, the city has a median household income of $41,567. Listed below are the top two jobs that can be found in Delano, as well as the city's population and earnings.

The population of Delano, CA is estimated to be 53,334 as of July 1, 2020. The city is located in Kern County, California, and has a Livability Score of 54. Its crime rate is lower than the state average, and the cost of living is 23% lower than the state average. Housing costs are lower than in neighboring cities and towns, and are 39% lower than in California. The population of the Bakersfield-Delano metro area is 800,000 people.