La Mesa, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The population of La Mesa City is relatively diverse, with residents of all ages and incomes coming together for organized events and social gatherings. Men and women of all ages are represented in equal numbers. The bulk of residents in La Mesa are between 25 and 34 years old. Nearly half of residents have attended college and have at least some degree, while 23 percent have a bachelor's degree. One in four people has a graduate degree, or at least a master's degree.

In terms of age distribution, there are approximately 59,556 residents living in La Mesa. The median household income is $66,051 and the median rent is $1,547. The average household size is around two adults and one child, but the median age is 37. The median household size is 2.22 people, with an average of two adults per household. In terms of race, there are no significant racial or ethnic differences.

The community spirit in La Mesa is evident in the positive ratings received from residents. The city holds events for the entire community to gather and socialize. It also has its own pedestrian walkway, dubbed the "Walkway of the Stars," where community volunteers are recognized. In addition, the city's official flower is bougainvillea. If you're looking for a fun way to spend your evenings, try La Mesa's farmer's market every Friday. The city's downtown is home to the "Walkway of the Stars," which is a pedestrian walkway that honors community volunteers.