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

If you've ever lived in Montclair, New Jersey, you're probably curious about the changes to the city's Population & Steets maps. After all, the city was recently redrawn to line up with congressional districts. As it stands, the city's Fourth Ward remains in the majority-Black 10th Congressional District, represented by Donald Payne Jr., while other portions of Montclair were rezoned to the 11th, which is largely white and 75% affluent.

The City of Montclair has a rich history of railroads. In 1856, the Newark and Bloomfield Railroad built its first railroad in Montclair, terminating at the Downtown Montclair station. The Delaware, Lackawanna, and Western Railroad and the Morris and Essex Railroad followed soon after, paving the way for a large shopping center. Today, Montclair is home to numerous railroad stations and businesses.

In addition to the historic railroad, the city's modern-day architecture highlights the diversity of its residents. According to the U.S. Census, the city has a majority of white residents, and the county's African American population is stable at 30%. The other race and ethnic groups are more evenly represented in Montclair. The city is home to two fire stations. However, the older fire station is a bit more crowded.

The city is also home to many noteworthy people and cultural institutions. It is home to many renowned people, and many well-designed commercial buildings can be found in the city's business district. Montclair also boasts a high percentage of architect-designed buildings. Its residential architecture is also noteworthy, with examples of well-planned structures in the First and Mountain Residential Historic Districts. The town is also home to the highest percentage of old-style large homes in New Jersey.