Santa Paula, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The population of Santa Paula City, CA, is 67,468. This city is surrounded by large greenbelts and citrus orchards. Santa Paula City is a family-friendly city with a large percentage of people who are married. Of these married people, 55% have children under the age of 18.

The median property value in Santa Paula, CA is $383,700, which is 1.6 times greater than the national average. In addition, the median property value increased by 4.75% in the past year. The homeownership rate is 54.1% and the average commute time is 25.7 minutes. Santa Paula, CA has two cars per household. There are several ways to find out more about Santa Paula, CA.

In addition to the main street, Santa Paula is home to numerous public parks and museums. The city's oil industry, which began in 1885, fueled a significant portion of the population. A museum dedicated to the city's history is also located in the same area, as are the Santa Paula Museum of Art and the Santa Paula Oil Museum. In addition to these attractions, the city's Mural Project has commissioned murals depicting the history of the city.

According to the United States Census Bureau, there were 8,749 households in Santa Paula City in 2017. Of these, 44.1% of households were made up of children, while 49.1% were made up of married couples. Another 13.4% of households included women without husbands. Twenty-nine percent of households were non-families, while 17.2% of households consisted of single people. Finally, 9.4% of households were made up of seniors.