Bear, Delaware Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

If you're interested in the population of Big Bear City, California, here's what you need to know. First, there are three separate categories of people living in the city: White, Hispanic, and Two or More. Each of these categories has different income thresholds, so if you're in one of those categories, you're considered "poor."

In Big Bear City, CA, the population is made up of 9.28k white residents. The second largest ethnic group is White (Hispanic), which is composed of 3.48k people. The third largest group is Two+ (Non-Hispanic), and the last two digits are small post office codes, which designate postal zones. The city is comprised of a mix of native and foreign-born citizens.

Big Bear City, CA has a workforce of 5.5k people, with a majority employed in Accommodation & Food Services, Health Care & Social Assistance, and Construction. The median property value is $257,200, compared to the national average of $240,500. There are more than 65% of residents who own their homes. Homeownership rates in Big Bear City are higher than the national average at 64.1%. Big Bear City, CA residents commute an average of 26.7 minutes to work. They drive alone to work, and own two cars.

The population of Big Bear City is 5241, up from the last census. Of this number, 725 people were born outside of the United States. In addition, the city's racial composition is largely non-Hispanic white, with Hispanic White residents accounting for the remaining 2.7%. Native Americans account for only 1.03% of the city's population. 91.9% of the population of Big Bear City is American.