Redondo Beach, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

You're probably wondering if the Population & Steets in Redundant Beach City, California are representative of the city's ethnic and racial diversity. The Census Bureau uses money income thresholds to classify a family as impoverished. Families that earn less than these thresholds are considered to be "low income." The most common group living below the poverty line in Redondo Beach is White. Hispanics and Other people comprise the next largest group.

In 2010, the city had 66,317 residents in total. Of those people, 99.4% of them lived in households. Of those, 367 were living in non-institutionalized group quarters, and 64 were institutionalized. The median age was 37 years old. The city's population was comprised of a mixture of residents, with about one-third of the population being under age 18. The median age was 37 years old. The population was made up of more males than females. One hundred and sixty-nine males lived in every hundred females.

In 2019, the median property value in Redondo Beach, CA was $926,500. This figure represents an increase of 5.89% over the previous year. A median-priced three-bedroom, two-bath home sold for over $1 million in South Redondo in 2006, according to Money Magazine. North Redondo, on the other hand, was less expensive, with an average of $875,000. However, the "credit meltdown" of 2007 has less impact on North Redondo compared to South.