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

The population of Greenbrae is fairly diverse, with more people of color than people from other U.S. neighborhoods. About 80.1% of adults here have a bachelor's degree. That's significantly higher than the 32.9% national average. Despite the low overall number of people with bachelor's degrees, the Greenbrae neighborhood still has more minority residents than the average American neighborhood.

There are many different ethnicities in Greenbrae, with the majority being German. Additionally, a significant percentage of residents claim Italian, Irish, and English roots. However, a small percentage of residents are from Eastern European or Ukrainian ancestry. And, while there are some residents who are immigrants, there are more immigrants than natives in this neighborhood. The following demographics are based on data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.

The City of Greenbrae is a special community within the County of Marin. This city is located near Sir Francis Drake Boulevard. Historically, Greenbrae was home to many different people, including Native Americans and Asian immigrants. As such, the population of Greenbrae fluctuates with the seasons. The city's weather is ideal for outdoor activities, and residents can take advantage of the many recreational opportunities nearby.

Among the most popular occupations in Greenbrae City are executive, management, and professional. However, there are also lots of people who work from home, making this area particularly desirable for those with flexible schedules. While Greenbrae has a higher percentage of home-based workers than many other neighborhoods in the U.S., many people still commute to work for their jobs. And for people who don't commute, the Greenbrae neighborhood has no public transit available.