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

What's it like to live in Wasco City? What are the demographics like? Do you know the number of singles and divorced people? Did you know that Wasco has a higher rate of unwed births than most other places in California? And what about the poverty rate? Does Wasco have a high unemployment rate? All of these questions and more will be answered in this article.

The city of Wasco is located in the San Joaquin Valley, California, about 24 miles northwest of Bakersfield. The city has a population of 25,545 according to the 2010 census. It is located at the intersection of state highways 43 and 46. Its population is overwhelmingly Hispanic, with 82% of residents being Hispanic. The population ratio is heavily skewed toward men.

The percentage of non-citizens in Wasco is shown in Figure 45. This statistic shows that the population of Wasco California is slightly higher than that of the state of California. However, the percentage of Eastern Asian born people in Wasco California is the highest of any California city. This makes Wasco the top-ranked city in the state of California. Its median age for non-citizens is 40.0.

There are many historical buildings in Wasco, including the Columbia Southern Railway Depot and caboose. The city also has a city park, a library, and a parish in which a Catholic priest serves. The city has several light industrial sites, and you can see a wind farm developing on the ridge between Wasco and Moro. It's a small town, but one with a lot to offer.