This article covers the population and steets of the city of Sacramento, California. The city's population is comprised of both males and females. The median age is 35, and the population is divided into 12% households with children and 31% single-male households. The average household size is 1.88 people and 2.67 families. The city is home to many notable historical figures and many of them were born in the area.
The area around the center of the city is rapidly growing. There are already 1,164 multi-family housing units under construction and proposed, all within five miles of the city center. However, there are still many people living outside the city center, largely due to the lack of affordable housing. Population growth is a factor of a number of factors, including job growth and housing costs. The city's population is growing faster than the region's overall GDP, as well as its population density.
The city was first settled in the early 1600s, but the Pokanoket Wampanoag tribe inhabited the area. The town's name derived from a word that means "falling waters." In the 1960s, Interstate 195 was built through the city, allowing for more residents to live in the city. In the late 19th century, the city began to expand and construct additional infrastructure. These new developments included a water supply and sewerage system.