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

The Ojai City Council approved a new map Tuesday that shifts the boundaries of the four council districts. Redistricting occurs every 10 years, and the process redraws district lines according to changes in local population. Each district is required to be approximately equal in population. Ojai City hired Sacramento-based Redistricting Partners for $70,000 to help the city redraw its map.

Ojai City has a diverse population that hails from all over the world. Residents dress in any style, listen to any type of music, and attend all types of schools. But whatever their background, they all came to Ojai for the same reason-because they love the place and want to live here. This diversity has made Ojai a desirable place for immigrants from many countries.

Ojai's housing stock includes a wide variety of architectural styles. Although the majority of homes in Ojai were built between 1940 and 1980, the city has almost a dozen mobile-home parks. Most of these parks are for 55 and older residents, and the city passed zoning laws in the 1970s to limit growth. The city continues to grapple with water supply issues, and residents are concerned about the dwindling lake that supplies them with water.

The median household income in Ojai was $44,593. In addition to the median income, the city's average household size was thirty-eight thousand people. The median age was 42. In terms of gender and age, women outnumbered men by eight8.5 to one. In addition, there were 15.9% of people living below the poverty line. So what are the numbers behind the poverty line in Ojai?