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

The city of Herald, CA is a suburban complex in northern California's Central Valley. It is surrounded by the Sierra Nevada mountain range. The most pleasant months for living in Herald are May, October, and June. January is the least comfortable month. Here are some facts about the city's population and steets. Listed below are some interesting facts about the people of Herald. They're not all rich!

The city's population was fairly spread out. There were 269 people under the age of 18, 102 between 18 and 24, and 231 from 45 to 64. Those who were over the age of 65 made up the remainder of the population. Those who lived alone were 37 percent of the population. Another 15 percent of the residents were elderly, and seventeen were single women. The median age was 43.4 years, and males outnumbered females by more than three to one.

The area's population is much higher than the state average. It's surrounded by East Ninth and Tenth streets, as well as Main and Central. The median age is slightly higher than the state average, but there are lower percentages of foreign-born residents. The number of renters and college students is lower than the state average. Overall, the city has a lower population density than its neighboring cities, but still has a high percentage of renters and owners.