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

The population of Huron City is 7,149 at the 2010 census. The city is part of the Sandusky, Ohio Metropolitan Statistical Area. The city is surrounded by the town of Huron Township. During the early years of the American west, Huron was a part of the "Firelands" region of the Connecticut Western Reserve. The settlement was named after the Huron Indians. The town was founded in 1784 by John Baptiste Flammand, a Quebec-born trader. The area was also populated by Gabriel Hunot, a French trader.

The median age of residents in Huron, CA is 26.5 years old. Native-born residents were most likely to be in this age group. Those born in other countries had lower median ages. The city also has a lower percentage of foreign-born residents than neighboring cities. In addition, the median income of residents is $50,058, while the percentage of people in Huron City who live in single-family households is 24.

The median property value in Huron City is $163,000, a number that is less than half of the national average. The median home value in Huron is $7,000, which is higher than the State's average of $30,000. Residents of Huron also report owning a car, with one per household. The median income in Huron is higher than the national average. This city is known for its small-town feeling.