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

If you're interested in knowing the population and steets of Perris City, California, read on to learn more about the area. This award-winning city is home to both professionals and young families who enjoy the city's excellent quality of life. Perris is conveniently located with a major freeway, two Metrolink stations, and several bus lines. The city is also close to Ontario International Airport.

The population of Perris City is approximately 68,386 as of the 2010 census. The city is located 50 miles east of Los Angeles, in Riverside County. The city is part of the larger Inland Empire, a region of southern California that is bordered by the Mojave Desert and unpopulated desert areas. However, the western portion of Perris is growing rapidly, and is a self-sufficient suburb of the Los Angeles area.

The area's median household income in 2010 was $36,051. The average family had two adults and one child. A third of households were married couples, and the remaining were non-families. Twenty-seven percent of households had one adult living alone. Only four percent were headed by a person 65 years of age or older. The average household size in Perris City was 3.7 people.

The city is home to three school districts: Perris Union High School District, Menifee Union High School District, and Val Verde Unified School District. Perris High School is the city's first public school, opened in 1887. The building was converted to a continuation high school in 1993. Orange Vista and Citrus Hill in the Val Verde school district serve middle and high school students, while Perris Elementary School is for grades K-6.