El Cajon, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

To find out more about the demographics of the city, consider looking at the population & steets of El Cajon City, California. El Cajon ranks number one among 1,521 incorporated cities, CDPs, and towns in the state of California. In addition, El Cajon is more racially diverse than other cities, as measured by the percent of different races living within the city.

The city is home to the largest municipal airport in San Diego, Gillespie Field. El Cajon is also home to Olympic diver Greg Louganis and Frank Zappa. El Cajon has a population of about 65,000, and has a CCD, the Census County Division, for tracking subdivisions within counties. Compared to other cities in California, El Cajon has a population of approximately 69,600.

The median house price in El Cajon is $787,500, which is just over the national average. While El Cajon is not as close to the beach as the neighboring cities, it is far cheaper than both Rancho Santa Fe and Del Mar. Housing costs in El Cajon are reasonable, especially for first-time buyers and two-income families. Residents of El Cajon enjoy good schools and affordable healthcare. The population is diverse and multicultural, and the city is very safe.

The population in El Cajon, CA is quite spread out, with 37.2% of households with children under the age of 18 living with their parents. In addition to this, 46.1% of households were made up of married couples, and 16.0% of households were made up of single people. Another 8.3% of the population was single and lived alone. Overall, there are 2.70 households per 100 people, making it a relatively young city.