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

The population of Fontana City is around 208,393, and the city has a diverse economic landscape. The basic economy has moved from agricultural to industrial, and the city has many industries. Its historic downtown contains a restored historic theater, as well as a municipal park and auto club speedway on the site of the old Kaiser Steel mill. The city also hosts the Fontana Days Half Marathon. Other nearby cities include Loma Linda, Lytle Creek, and Upland.

The city has an average cost of living of $52,400, and is home to a diverse population. More than a quarter of its residents identify as Hispanic, with 51% speaking Spanish as their primary language. Compared to the national average, Fontana has a younger population. The median age is just below thirty, and the city is home to 43% of households with children under eighteen years old.

The population of Fontana City was 35,368 in 2000. There were 64,521 people under the age of 18, 23,995 people aged 18 to 24, 59,646 people aged 25 to 44, and 38,265 adults. A further 3.8 percent of households were non-families. In addition to families, 10.9% of households were comprised of single people. Finally, 3.6% of households were made up of elderly individuals.

The median age of the people in Fontana, CA was thirty-one in 2019. The percentage of foreign-born residents was 47 percent, which is higher than the national average. The majority of residents live alone, which means that they commute alone to work. The median car ownership in Fontana, CA is two cars per household. The city is home to a significant number of military personnel. The median home value in Fontana is $371,700.