Grand Terrace, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The population of Grand Terrace, California is approximately 6.23k strong. The top industries in the city include Health Care & Social Assistance, Retail Trade, and Educational Services. The average income for households in Grand Terrace is $69,538 a year. The median income in Grand Terrace is $66,912 a year. The percentage of families living below the poverty line in Grand Terrace is slightly lower than the national average.

The early 1900s brought an influx of immigrants to Grand Terrace, which was then known as South Colton. During the early twentieth century, the population grew steadily with the arrival of Mormon settlers in the area. Originally known as Terrace and Colton, the community was officially named Grand Terrace in 1898. In 1905, the area was home to Seventh-day Adventists. Today, it is home to the Seventh-day Adventist medical university.

Among the other industries in Grand Terrace City, the government is one of the biggest employers. The Grand Terrace South neighborhood is home to 15.8% of government workers, a percentage significantly higher than the national average of 7.5%. Approximately 96.3% of commuters in Grand Terrace South drive their own private automobile to work. The neighborhood is also close to transportation, as residents of Grand Terrace South usually drive their cars to work.

A third district in Grand Terrace is the South Ward. This area contains the City's Central Park, Riverside, and Riverview neighborhoods. The South Ward includes the Riverside bus station, which is 5 miles away. The Riverside bus station has full-service food facilities and public payphones. The Grand Terrace Branch of Compass Bank is located at 22729 Barton Road. The Compass Bank has 720 offices and its headquarters is in Birmingham, AL. The Compass Bank in Grand Terrace has a negative income year-to-date. The Compass Bank has a Commercial Lending Specialization.