West Covina, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

West Covina was incorporated as an independent city in 1923. The city wanted to separate itself from Covina, which was planning to build a sewage plant on its land. The city's first mayor, Benjamin Franklin Maxson, spearheaded the incorporation process. By 1930, the city had a population of 769. By 1940, it had grown to a population of 1,549. The post-World War II building boom triggered a rapid expansion of the city.

West Covina is a city located in Los Angeles County, California. As of 2010, the population of West Covina was 106,098. By 2020, the population is expected to reach 103,656. The median household income in West Covina was $82,938 in 2010 and $85,626, in 2020.

The per capita income in West Covina is $31,417. This is an upper middle class income compared to the rest of California, and equates to $125,668 per year for a family of four. The city is home to both very wealthy and poor residents.

The city has a median age of 36.