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

The city's population is composed of a diverse range of residents, including Hispanics, African-Americans, and whites. Approximately 67.9% of residents are of Hispanic descent. Hispanics are not necessarily a member of a particular race, but are generally included in the "Any Race" category. This data is based on the US Census Bureau's latest data for 2020.

The city is home to many businesses and organizations. Some of the most notable companies are United States Filter Corporation, Guy Evans Inc., Dimare Fruit Co., West Coast Turf, and Sunrise Company. Indio is also home to the U.S. Filter Corporation, a company that manufactures filters. Many other companies and organizations are located in the city, including Coca-Cola, Ernst and Young, and the Sunrise Company.

The city is also the headquarters for Riverside County's eastern branch offices. While Palm Springs has a higher population, Indio has a more diverse population. The city is also home to two public school districts. In addition to Indio Unified School District, Desert Sands Unified serves this area. The Salton Sea is about 15 miles south of the city. The population of Indio is estimated at around 500,000.

There are several newspapers and websites available in Indio. The Desert Entertainer and the Coachella Valley Weekly are both local publications. Several television stations serve Indio, including KVER-CD and KUNA-LD. The city also offers a number of adult education classes, including GED preparation and ESL Beg/In/Adv classes. Indio has a RossettaStone Language lab, which helps its residents learn the language.