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

In the state of California, Sausalito is a coastal city with a population of 7,269 people. It has five constituent neighborhoods and is located at 350 feet above sea level. Its population increased by 1.39% from the 2010 Census. Its home prices are among the most expensive in the state and the nation. Here are the statistics to help you decide whether or not Sausalito is the right place for you.

The Sausalito Public Library is located at 420 Litho Street, which is in City Hall off Caledonia Street. It is open seven days a week, and has comfortable seating and public internet stations. There is free wireless internet for laptop users. The Sausalito Public Library also hosts story times and adult lectures. It has a great collection of books and other materials. It is part of the MARINet consortium of libraries in Marin County.

The population was spread out among four different age groups. Eight percent of the population was under 18, while two percent of households were made up of women only. Twenty-four percent were married couples and three percent were single women. Sixty-six percent of households were non-family, while 45.7% consisted of single people. Senior citizens lived alone in 7.8% of households. The median age was 45 years. The male to female ratio was 93.5 to one.

The area became more diverse after the War. A wealthy group of San Franciscans occupied the central hills, while a working class emerged along Water Street and later Bridgeway. The area became a vibrant place for artists and artisans to live. A number of art galleries were developed in the downtown area. Eventually, this was the first city to become incorporated. The waterfront residents fought against it, while hill-dwellers favored reform and civic improvements.