Marina Del Rey, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

Here is the latest population and steets report for Marina Del Rey, CA. This community is known to have a high percentage of single, educated residents. While this may seem strange for a city that's so close to a large metropolitan area, it's not unusual for small communities to have a higher percentage of singles than the national average. The city is also known to have historic parts and waterfront areas.

A place's population and steets statistics are a good indication of how 'family friendly' a neighborhood is. While 94% of Marina del Rey households are renters, the quality of life of these neighborhoods may vary. For some, a walkable city setting is more appealing than an urban environment, while others prefer a quiet suburban area. Others may want to be near open space, nature, and open space.

The area around the marina is governed by the County of Los Angeles, which is represented by Ted Lieu. The local board of supervisors serves the city. Public schools in Marina del Rey are administered by the Los Angeles Unified School District. Students from the city attend schools on nearby campuses. Residents of Marina del Rey can visit the Lloyd Taber-Marina del Rey Library at 4533 Admiralty Way.

As of 2010, the city had a population of approximately 8,866 residents. That represents an average population density of 6,094.6 people per square mile. If you're considering moving to the Marina del Rey area, it's important to know the demographics of the city you're considering. You can find out more about the community's race and ethnicity by checking out the census data in Marina del Rey.