Dana, Kentucky Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The U.S. Census Bureau has released the 2019 American Community Survey for Dana City, California. This survey collects demographic information about the city, as well as surrounding areas, so that local residents can better understand the area's overall demographic makeup. However, these statistics are not guaranteed to be accurate or complete. For the most up-to-date information, please contact the U.S. Census Bureau.

The population of Dana Point, CA, is primarily White. Its population is made up of 25k White residents, 3.14k White (Hispanic), and 2.47k Hispanic and Other people. The population is primarily white, but many people also identify as Hispanic or "Mexican". The percentage of non-family households and rented units is significantly higher.

The population of Dana Point is 33351, according to the 2010 census. The median age of Dana Point residents is 44.8 years. A majority of Dana Point residents are white, while 0.9% are African American, Native American, or Asian. Another 1% identify as Hispanic or Pacific Islander. Approximately thirteen percent of the population is Mexican. Dana Point is home to the famous Festival of Whales and the Tall Ships Festival.

Historically, the Dana Point area was a hide and ship trading port. The area was later developed as a resort town by prominent investors. The area was built in the Spanish style with white adobe houses and sidewalks. The streetlights were modeled after maritime signal lanterns. The street names were chosen to reflect the seafarers' maritime-style homes. However, development slowed during the Great Depression and the 1929 stock market crash.