Imperial Beach, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

Listed below are the population and steets for Imperial Beach City, CA. These statistics may surprise you. Most residents of the Imperial Beach city live in the western and southern parts of the city. However, residents of the eastern and northern parts of the city have been misrepresented by city council members. The eastern and northern parts of the city are grouped into two districts. District One includes the northeast portion of the city, the entire area north of Palm Avenue and east of 12th Street. District Two is the central part of the city, including everything between Third and 12th streets, and Imperial Beach Boulevard.

There are many reasons to live in Imperial Beach. Whether it's the proximity to family and friends, or the closeness to a job, this coastal city offers a range of amenities. While the median price of homes in Imperial Beach is $380,900, this is only 6.9% lower than the California average. Another factor to consider is the median home price to income ratio. In Imperial Beach, the home price to income ratio is 7.9, which is considerably higher than the state average of 15.

The City Council of Imperial Beach will soon be considering new election district boundaries. The city's current boundaries have been in place for over a decade. A 2004 community redevelopment plan was put into place to increase the commercial viability of the city. Still, the city is primarily a residential area with a small number of hotels and motels. There are plans for additional hotels to be built along Seacoast Drive, and the old Seacoast Inn was demolished on September 13, 2010.