Simi Valley, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

You're interested in knowing the Population & Steets in Similan Valley City, California. The city has an estimated population of 126,788 as of 2015. The city has a council-manager form of government that was adopted in 1969. It is one of the largest in Ventura County. Simi Valley's weather is typically mild and sunny with an average temperature of 67°F.

In 2010, Simi Valley had a population of 124,237 people. Of this number, 16.2% were Mexican-Americans. Asian-Americans represented another 0.1 percent of the city's population, including 2.7% Indian-Americans, 1.2% Chinese, and 1.0% Vietnamese. There are also small groups of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean residents, as well as a small percentage of Pakistanis.

The town was once a Chumash village. On January 13-14, 1770, a Spanish exploration expedition passed through Simi Valley. They camped in the valley on the 14th. The city was named after the town of Shimiji, and its official flower is the California Wild Rose. The Chumash Indians influenced the city's culture and architecture. The area had a thriving farm industry until the 1970s.

The median age of people living in Simi Valley, CA is 40.6. The average age of Simi Valley, CA residents is 40, and those who were born in another country were only 18.4% older. The median income in Simi Valley, CA is $64,647 for native residents, $90,000 for foreign-born residents, and 6.672% of the population is 65 and older.