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

In a recent census, the city's population was estimated to be 66,278. The city is situated at the head of the San Francisco Bay. The city has a moderate climate, with September being the driest month and January the warmest. The city is divided into 80 barangays. The official language is English. There is also an indigenous Filipino dialect known as Tagalog.

A census-based analysis shows that the City Center neighborhood has a higher concentration of single mother households than 95.9% of other U.S. neighborhoods. This concentration may reflect family or social issues. In contrast, the Bayview neighborhood's percentage of single mothers is lower than its average of 16.4%. The census data show that a significant percentage of San Pablo City residents are employed in sales jobs. For those who work in retail or other service-oriented businesses, the city's population is made up of middle-class professionals and technicians.

Listed below are the major racial groups found in the city. In San Pablo City Center, 58.7% of residents identify as Mexican. Additionally, 68.4% speak Spanish at home. These numbers are lower than the national average of 98.1%. The city is home to a diverse community that includes immigrants of many nationalities. Residents from San Pablo's diverse population include Asian, Spanish, African, South American, and Scots-Irish.

The city's population is a result of the development of tourism and agriculture. The city's urban growth led to a booming economy and the development of recreational places. In fact, the city is the largest in the Bay Area. With a population of over five hundred thousand, it is the largest municipality in Laguna. There are also many universities, and the local school district is one of the most prestigious among its peers.