San Dimas, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

If you're thinking of moving to San Dimas City, CA, here are some facts and statistics to help you get started. The population of San Dimas is projected to grow to approximately 40,000 by the year 2026. The city was incorporated on August 4, 1960. It is a Council/Manager type of government, and its city council is composed of four members, elected by the citizens, twice a year, in March on odd-numbered years. In addition to the city council, there are several commissions within the city that advise the city council on special issues, including the Parks and Recreation Commission, the Public Safety Commission, and the Senior Citizens Advisory Commission.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 58.1% of residents in San Dimas City are employed. Compared to the national average of 64.1%, the city is above the national average in ownership. Moreover, compared to the parent and neighboring geographies, San Dimas's percentage of workers owning a car is higher than the national average. Additionally, only 10.6% of residents carpooled to work, and four percent of the workforce worked from home. These figures are based on the logarithmic scale, so they reflect variations in smaller means of commuting.

San Dimas is located in Southern California, near the San Bernardino Mountains. Its median property value is $576,800, which is 2.4 times the national average. Homeownership rate is 70.9%, which is much higher than the national average. The median home value is $750,300, which is well above the national average. There are many different categories within the city, and the interactive map below shows them all in one place.