Rancho Cucamonga, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

In the year 2020, Rancho Cucamonga will have a population of 67,725 and will rank number one. The city is home to four gold-ribbon high schools and the Jack Benny Program, which popularized the city name. Despite this, living in the city is not inexpensive. While it is not the most expensive city in California, the cost of living in this city is significantly higher than that of most other cities.

The first general plan of Rancho Cucamonga focused on a "City with a Plan" concept and emphasized public safety, balanced development, and a high quality of life. In addition, a number of board members and commissions were established to guide the city forward. These groups helped to design neighborhoods, such as the Terra Vista Community, Victoria Community, and the Southside Village.

The population of Rancho Cucamonga was only 44,600 in 1970, but it has grown to 73,842 in less than ten years, a rate of 9.5 percent annually. The city has a high Asian population, with a population of more than 20 percent foreign-born. Filipinos and Asian-American communities are among the fastest-growing groups.

This city is a family-oriented, safe, and prosperous community. With a population of over 177,000, the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department is responsible for delivering excellent law enforcement. There are eighteen2 officers serving the city's residents. The city has 38 square miles of land area. It is home to the San Bernardino County Jail and the Rancho Cucamonga Sheriff's Department.