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

If you're wondering how many people live in Manhattan Beach, California, you've come to the right place. Here are the population and steets statistics you need to know. These numbers are based on the Census Bureau's data, and are representative of the entire U.S. population. For the Manhattan Beach area, the median household income is above the state average, and its Hispanic, Asian, and white population percentages are below the national and neighboring geographies.

The Manhattan Beach Unified School District oversees five elementary schools and one middle and high school. Two of these schools are Catholic. The American Martyrs Catholic School is located in the city. Another school in the city is the Montessori School of Manhattan Beach. There is also a Journey of Faith Christian school and a Roman Catholic parish. The Los Angeles Times serve the city. The daily newspaper, the Daily Breeze, is published here.

According to the latest census, there are 35,107 households in Manhattan Beach City. This is 99.9% of the city's total population. Of those households, 4,618 are owner-occupied. The remaining 2.6% of the population is comprised of renters. The city has a high proportion of white and African-American residents. And the median age is 36. In addition, the median income is $87,736.