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

The following information provides a snapshot of the population and steets of Escondido City, California. These numbers are based on the most recent data from the U.S. Census Bureau. You can compare Escondido to other communities in the same zip code by using the California Census Data Comparison Tool. The tool is simple to use, and the data is aggregated to give a more accurate picture of the population of Escondido.

The city is home to several lakes, including Dixon Lake in the north. Lake Wohlford is in the southeast. Lake Hodges is located in the south. The town is crossed by Interstate 15 to access the lakes. The city is also surrounded by mountain ranges and a number of parks. The population of Escondido City is estimated at around 250,000. There are two parks in the city, Rod McLeod Park and Grove Park.

The population of Escondido City is just under a million, and the city has a multicultural community. About half of its residents are foreign-born, and the city is home to a large proportion of Hispanics. However, the city lacks the diversity of many of the other cities in San Diego County. Its population of Mexican-Americans and other ethnic groups may be an obstacle to civic revitalization.

The downtown area is located on Grand Avenue. Several fine restaurants have opened in the past few years, including the historic Ritz Theater. Cruisin' Grand is a weekly event hosted by the Downtown Business Association. Each week, different car clubs compete for trophies. Children can also participate in hula hoop contests and win prizes. For those who like to learn more about the history of the city, the Mingei Museum features handcrafts from around the world.