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

If you are looking to move to Rialto City, California, you can start by learning more about the demographics of the area. You'll find out what the median household income is and how many unwed mothers live there. Next, you'll find out what the poverty rate is. The poverty rate is the percentage of people living in Rialto who are less than half a million dollars.

Located approximately 50 miles from downtown Los Angeles, Rialto is part of the greater Inland Empire. Its metropolitan area covers San Bernardino and Riverside counties, and it extends as far as the Nevada/Arizona border. The area includes a smattering of other cities and towns, and is known as the "Inland Empire."

When it comes to age, Rialto ranks second in the metropolitan area, with a median age of 30.7. Compared to other cities, Rialto has the highest percentage of people under the age of 20. By contrast, Rialto has the lowest percentage of those between 30 and 39 years old. If you're a business owner, demographic data can help you determine where to market your products or services.

The percentage of immigrants living in Rialto, California is 26.0%, making it the third-most foreign-born city in the greater Rialto area. The highest percent of foreign-born residents in the area, however, is in the Muscoy CDP, with a 38.1% foreign-born population. Rialto California's foreign-born population is almost double the size of the average United States city.