Indian Valley, Virginia Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

Are you wondering how safe it is in Indian Valley City? If so, you have come to the right place. There is a crime map available to help you make an informed decision on whether to relocate to Indian Valley City or not. The Crime Grade map indicates the safest areas, with dangerous locations shown in red and moderately safe areas in yellow. The map also shows crime rates by type and severity. The overall crime rate in Indian Valley is C+, which is in the 52nd percentile. This means that while 48% of cities are safer than Indian Valley, 52% are unsafe.

The population density in Indian Valley is low, but the average annual temperature is 65 degrees Fahrenheit. The city ranks in the lower quartile for Population Density, with just over 2,000 residents. This census-designated place is home to the Dixie Fire, which destroyed several businesses in the city, including a gas station, hotel, museum, and church. The fire may have been sparked by a PG&E power line.

While logging, cattle ranching, and Christmas tree production contribute to the local economy, mining has always had a place in Plumas County, and may one day be active again in the city. In the meantime, Gold Digger Days, held every year in July, is one of the most popular events during the summer vacation season. Local residents and many visitors come to the area to enjoy the festivities.