Corona city is the 31st largest city in California, with a population of about 168,819. By age distribution, persons 20-34 years form about 23.6% of the total population.
- The total population of Corona city, California, is 168,819. This is according to the report by the US Census Bureau, World Population, and Team Corona.
- 23.6% of the total population are 20-34 years of age, which is about 39,841.284.
- The racial distribution of the population shows that about 41.9% are Hispanics or Latinos, 38.8% are Whites, 12,5% are Asians, 3.5% are Blacks, while others form 3.9%.
City Specific Election in 2020
- There are five districts in Corona city, California.
- In 2018, a municipal election was conducted for council members representing each of the districts. The election was held for Districts 1, 4, and 5.
- The election for council members for Districts 2 and 3 is slated to take place in November 2020.
- South Corona is the largest neighborhood in Corona, CA, with a population of about 16,425.
- There is a high number of young people living in South Corona with a median age of 33 years and 37 years for males and females, respectively.
- There are about 71.2% of family households in South Corona. Of these households, 75% are married-couples. Considering the median age of the residents in South Corona, it is assumed that most of the families are young families.
- The median household income in South Corona is about $125,000, which is suggestive that the families would have spending power.
- Also, owing to the population of South Corona, it is expected that independent retail hubs and creative workers will dominate in this neighborhood.
Downtown neighborhood in Corona
- Downtown neighborhood in Corona is one of the largest areas in terms of population size. It has a population of 4,225.
- Most of the citizens of the Downtown neighborhood are young, with median ages of males and females 33 years and 34.4 years, respectively. About 59.6% of the population are family households, of which 47.8% are married-couples families.
- Most of the families are young families with an average income of $40,757. Thus, they have spending power.
City ID Card Program
- There is no municipal ID card issued to citizens in Corona, but there is an ID card issued to Corona city senior citizens and persons living with disabilities.
- The ID card is called the DAR ID card. It is issued to seniors (60+) and persons with disabilities for use when taking the Corona city public transport, Dial-A-Ride.
Question for City Leaders
- Do you have the intention of implementing a municipal ID card for every citizen of Corona city?
Our research did not reveal any population estimation for individuals 18-35 years of age for Corona city, CA. We searched through the US Census Bureau, World Population data, Team Corona data, among other relevant databases that provide a demographic breakdown of cities. While we're not able to find data specific to this age group, we found the percentage of individuals between 20-34 years in Corona city, which is the closest age range to 18-35 years. We, therefore, estimated the population individuals between 20-34 years and presented it. Below is our calculations
% person 20-34 years * total population of Corona city
23.6% (0.236) * 168,81= 39,841.284.
For the neighborhoods that have high concentrations of creative workers, young families with spending power, independent retail hubs, or similar, there was no specific publicly available information that addressed these. However, we found some particular data with which we made relevant assumptions to arrive at the neighborhoods that we presented. To do this, we searched for neighborhoods with the highest population density, a high number of young individuals, the household status of the neighborhood, among others. With these criteria, we were able to identify two neighborhoods that will most likely match the need.