Los Olivos, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The Census Bureau provides Population & Steets statistics for Los Olivos City, California. These statistics are reported as raw head counts and population density per square mile. You can find information about where these numbers come from on the About Page. In Los Olivos City, California, the average age of the population is 45 years. The median household income is $112,466. This city has a very low crime rate and has a low cost of living.

The Census Bureau also provides a Crime Grade Map for Los Olivos City. The Crime Grade map shows the most crime-ridden neighborhoods in red and the safest neighborhoods in yellow. This map also shows the percentage of people who are indigenous to Los Olivos City, the state of Jalisco, and the country. This map is especially useful to understand Los Olivos's crime rate, because it shows where crimes are most likely to occur.

While the city is well known for its vineyards, Los Olivos is also home to two prestigious private colleges. The Dunn School, located along SR 154, has boarding students and the Midland School is located on Figueroa Mountain Road. For those who have a desire to pursue a career in wine, Los Olivos is the right place to live. It has many attractions, including the Foxen Canyon Wine Trail.

The City has a unique history. The town was originally named by Danish-Americans, but narrow-gauge railroad developers renamed the town El Olivos to honor a nearby ranch. Los Olivos City is the fifth largest city in Santa Ynez Valley. It is located near SR 154, a major highway that winds through the Santa Ynez Mountains. Los Olivos was connected to points north until 1934. Its southern terminus was the Mattei's Tavern, which still exists today. The historic town is filled with historic homes and buildings.