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

The state of California has given the city of Yucca Valley five years to construct a sewer system. However, the city has failed to do so and residents are faced with a looming collective responsibility. In the past, a one-cent sales tax has been proposed for the town. Mayors Jerel Hagerman and Roger Mayes have both rejected the idea. They characterized the idea as an unfunded state mandate.

The town of Yucca Valley is located in the western region of California and is a very rural community. At an elevation of 3,224 feet, the city receives snowfall during the winter months. The high heat of the summer makes most plants wilt, and the area has also been affected by high earthquake activity. The town has a bi-weekly newspaper, the Hi Desert Star. Local broadcast signals are located in the Morongo Basin and Coachella Valley.

The town's current population and steets are determined by a census. Its population is estimated at 6,500. As the city continues to grow, its population will continue to increase. A population increase is predicted by 2024. In the meantime, the town will remain a small town, and the residents will have a hard time getting a job. The state will impose a new tax on the town to help pay for the city's infrastructure improvements.

Yucca Valley's demographics can be used as a guide to evaluate your target audience. Eighty-seven percent of its population is white, while 7.1% are black or Hispanic. One-fourth of the population is Hispanic and 14.5% are white. The median household income in Yucca Valley is $35,842, which makes the average household income $46,247. The median age of residents is 36.9%, while sixty-eight percent have dropped out of college.