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

The projected population growth of Redlands City is approximately fifty thousand, a 33% increase over the next 30 years. Several factors will have an effect on the rate at which the population grows. The age profile of the population is an indicator of this growth. These factors will affect the planning scheme and economic development strategy of Redlands City. Here are a few numbers to keep in mind:

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the population of Redlands City is roughly twenty-five percent below the national average. The median household income of Redlands is $131,600, which is higher than the national average of $24,100. Eighty-one percent of Redlands residents commute alone, and four percent work from home. In terms of transportation, the graph below shows the share of households that use each mode of transportation over time. The logarithmic scale provides a clearer picture of small variations in smaller means of transportation. For example, in 2016, there were fewer than twenty-five thousand car households in Redlands, whereas in 2007 there were eighty-two percent of households using public transportation.

The population of Redlands City is comprised of many different groups. The city has a very mixed age distribution with approximately thirty-six percent of residents being under the age of eighteen. The city has a population of sixty-five thousand residents. Approximately forty-four percent of the population is over age sixty. Approximately twenty-five percent of households were non-families, while the other twenty-nine percent of households consisted of single adults.