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

If you're planning a visit to Portola City, CA, you're probably wondering about its population and steets. Here's a quick look at the city's numbers. There are about 1.51k residents in this city, with 289 White (Hispanic) and 43 non-Hispanic residents. Of these, 310 are hispanic, which is almost 16 percent of the city's total population.

Most people in the city live in single-story detached houses, with a garage and a backyard. Many residents own their homes, which is unusual for San Francisco. Portola is home to five-year-old Alexander Hobbs, a former Castro resident, and his partner Jonathan McKee. The couple purchased a midcentury rowhouse for $772,000, and now it's worth over $1.5 million.

The town's history is not entirely clear. While the area was known as "Reposa" in the early days, its name eventually changed to Portola. In 1909, the town's first hotel was built, and a grammar school was opened. However, the first school burned down in 1911. Then, the city's first high school was built, and it was later burned down again in 1925. The city's steets were paved in 1922. In 1930, Portola had over thirteen saloons. The first store on Commercial Street was the Racket Store, and in 1910, the town's supply of liquor came from Sacramento and Reno.

The average commute time for residents of Portola City is 30 miles or less. The most common occupations for men are service and management positions, while those for women are office scenarios, sales, and transportation. Portola is home to about 7% of residents who live below the poverty line. As a result, the crime rate in the city is higher than the rest of San Francisco. Personal crime is also higher than average in Portola.