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

Lomita is a small city in Los Angeles County, California. The population is around 20,000. The city is located near the Palos Verdes Peninsula and the Torrance/Hayward area. The city was incorporated in 1964. Lomita has a long history. The area was originally occupied by the Gabrielino Indians. In 1542, Juan Dominguez Cabrillo came to the area.

According to the 2000 United States Census, Lomita was seven square miles in size. However, today it is a mere 1.87 square miles. It is bounded by Pacific Coast Highway and Lomita Boulevard. As of the 2010 census, the population of Lomita was 20,256. Half of the residents of the city were white; 30% were Hispanic, and 10% were Asian.

Lomita has a median property value of $618,700. As of 2020, the median property value was expected to reach $618,700. The homeownership rate was at 46.3%, and most residents drove alone to work. Their average commute time was 27.2 minutes.

The median household income in Lomita is $71,606. Individuals aged 65 and older earn an average of $68,051. The city has 8,089 housing units. The majority of these are owner-occupied and have an average of two bedrooms.