Demographics

General Characteristics

Statistics
Total population63,000
Male48.8%
Female51.2%
Median age34.1
Average household size2.71
Average family size3.25


Although the City proper has a population of over 63,000 within just over 12 square miles, its school district, retail, medical, and other service industries serve an estimated 175,000 customers, as the school district and hospital statistics below help illustrate.

Lodi Unified School District

Statistics
Area served350 square miles
Student enrollment28,000
Elementary School40
Middle School4
High School7


Additionally, there are more than 10 private schools within the district area.

Social Characteristics

Statistics
Population 25 years and over61%

High school graduates or higher

73%

Bachelor's degree or higher

16%

Foreign born

19%
Speak a language other than English at home (population 5 years and over)30%


Economic Characteristics

Statistics
Labor force (September 2006)31,100
Employment (September 2006)29,700
Unemployment rate (September 2006)4.5%
Mean travel time to work in minutes22.5
Median family income in 1999$47,020
Per capita income in 1999$18,719


North American Industry Classification System Information (NAICS)

2002 NAICS SectorNumber of EstablishmentsSales, shipments, receipts ($1,000)Annual Payroll ($1,000)Number of employees
Manufacturing96671,161109,8593,213
Retail Trade228724,74073,4963,236
Information18N7,840199
Real estate and rental and leasing8087,44719,8701,115
Professional, scientific, and technical services10858,08923,066780
Administrative and support and waste management and remediation services5441,54512,398432
Educational services7DDa
Health care and social assistance167217,68283,6692,706
Arts, entertainment, and recreation9DDc
Accommodation and food services13774,53518,8181,686
Other services (except public administration)12448,41713,276667


Housing Characteristics

Statistics
Median value (2006)$362,000
Total housing units (2000)21,378
Occupied housing units (2000)20,692
Owner-occupied housing units (2000)11,308
Renter-occupied housing units (2000)9,384
Vacant housing units (2000)686


Household Income

(As of 2003)

IncomePercentage of Population
<$15,00014.5%
$15,000 - $24,99913.1%
$25,000 - $34,99912.6%
$35,000 - $49,99916.1%
$50,000 - $74,99919.5%
$75,000 - $99,99910.7%
>$100,00013.5%


Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, California Department of Finance, City of Lodi (PDF)