Thousand Oaks, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The population of Thousand Oaks, California, is 126,683 according to the 2010 census. The city's median age is 44.2, and its foreign-born population is approximately 47% older than its native-born population. The most common birthplaces for people of other races in Thousand Oaks are Mexico, the Philippines, and China. A surprising number of people in Thousand Oaks are of two races.

The city has a thriving economy based on biotechnology, electronics, aerospace, and telecommunications industries. Many companies, such as Amgen, Teledyne Technologies, SAGE Publications, and General Dynamics Corporation, have corporate headquarters or regional offices in the area. The city is home to several Fortune 500 companies, including Bank of America and General Dynamics Corporation. The Los Angeles International airport is the primary destination for many travelers who visit the area.

The city's average density is 860.8 people per square mile. Of this number, 33,501 households are owned by residents. Ten percent of the population lives in rental units. The city's homeowner vacancy rate is 0.8%. The median household income in the city is $121,088. The median age of residents is 41.5 years. Its population is composed of many different subsets and sub-groups.

Despite the relatively high median income in Thousand Oaks, California, many residents of this city live in disadvantaged communities. While this city is generally healthier than its surrounding ZIP codes, the poorer neighborhoods are often disadvantaged, due to lack of zoning planning. People living in poor neighborhoods are exposed to neighborhood stressors and a lack of access to resources. There are few open spaces, metal facilities, and nothing schools, which means a high concentration of poverty.