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

Guerneville City is located in the state of California, and has a population of about 4.75k. In 2020, the median household income was $72,480, while the median age was 53.1. The city has a small minority population, with around 9% of residents being non-Hispanic. The majority of residents are white.

Many people in Guerneville City are college graduates, and about 27% have a professional or doctorate degree. The city is home to a wide range of occupations, with 20% working in the service industry, 25% in blue-collar jobs, and 55% in white-collar roles.

Guerneville is located in Sonoma County, California. Its zip code is 95446. The US Postal Service has assigned the city the default name of "Guerneville." Local residents use this name for it. This town was originally called Stumptown. In the 1860s, a Swiss immigrant named George Guerne opened the town's largest sawmill. The name was changed to Guerneville in honor of him.

Residents of Guerneville may be surprised to learn that this town is a hub of diversity. Its quaint main street features a bar that features a banjo player, while couples stroll along the main street. While there are many historic buildings, the town has undergone several transformations. In the last few years, the town has become more hip. Its quirky, eclectic nature has earned it the nickname "Stumpville".