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

This map is useful for understanding population and steets trends in Norwalk City. It provides an interactive view for policy makers and the public to understand trends. There are many factors that contribute to the growth of poor neighborhoods in Norwalk City, including laws, policies, and gentrification. Below, you'll find information about the racial and ethnic diversity of Norwalk's neighborhoods.

Norwalk is a general law city. The city contracts out fire and water services with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Street sweeping and trash collection are done by contracted companies. The city also has a highly successful municipal transit system. The Recreation and Park Services department administers the city's 12 parks. They cover an area of 87.3 acres. This means that it has a wide range of recreation options to choose from.

As of 2010, the population of Norwalk City was 27,790. About 46.1% of the residents were under the age of 18. Another 17.6% were married couples; the rest were non-families or single persons. There were also 12.7% of households with individuals. Five percent of people aged 65 and over lived alone. Overall, the median age was thirty years old. The male-to-female ratio was 97.9 for every 100 females.