North Palm Springs, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

Using a map such as the one below will help you get a sense of the population and steets in North Palm Springs City. Areas that are green are more diverse, while areas that are red are less so. Diversity means that different races and ethnicities live together. All-white areas in the city would be considered to lack diversity. Here is a look at the population and steets in North Palm Springs City.

The population of Palm Springs is just under two hundred thousand. The winter population is about 27,000 to 30,000 people, while the summer population is between seventy and eighty thousand people. The city boasts 350 days of sunshine a year and has a population of approximately seventy-five thousand people. While the winters are cold and windy, Palm Springs is a hotspot for travelers, with a low-key atmosphere and endless sunshine.

The CDP is home to 13,249 residents, including 6,813 households and 4,074 families. The population density was approximately 486.0 people per square mile and eighty-seven percent of the population was 65 years of age or older. The average age of residents was 36 years. There were also 13.4 people living in non-families, and three percent of elderly people who lived alone.

The city is home to several clothing-optional resorts. The city's downtown is anchored by the historic La Plaza. Boomers!, a family entertainment center, opened in Cathedral City in October 2011. The community is also home to the Palm Springs Desert Ice Palace, and the Cathedral City Skatepark. The Waterpark at Wet'n'Wild Palm Springs was previously operated by the Cedar Fair Entertainment Company.