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

When you're planning a trip to Encinitas City, you'll likely be wondering what the population and steets are like. Generally, this information is fairly accurate, though there is some variance. You can get a better understanding of the population of this city by looking at the population breakdown by age and racial makeup. There are also several programs to provide low-income housing in the city.

Old Encinitas is a small area that hugs Coast Highway 101. It has a quaint town feel and many art galleries. Olivenhain is a semi-rural neighborhood that is close to Swamis surf beach. Single-family homes can be found here and are priced anywhere from $500k to $3 million. For the real estate market, check out the Redfin Overview for the City of Encinitas.

In addition to residential buildings, the community's architecture reflects a small-town rural design. In 1883, the community's first commercial buildings were concentrated around the railroad depot at First and F Streets. These structures included the postmaster, railroad station agent, and merchants. The railroad depot was the most ornate building in the city. The town's streets were laid out in a gridiron pattern.

In addition to the historic buildings, Encinitas' downtown area features a quaint beach town vibe and a wide range of activities. The city is home to the Lux Art Institute, the Encinitas History Museum, and the San Diego Botanic Garden. The area is home to a Self-Realization Fellowship temple. Encinitas also has a traditional downtown along Coast Highway 101. The popular Swami's surf spot has been mentioned in two Beach Boys songs, "Surf U.S.A." In addition, the city has an upscale shopping mall, the Forum Carlsbad.