Long Beach, California Information & Statistics

Quick Facts

The 2018 population estimate for Long Beach is 468,883, a change of 0.06% when compared to 2014. With an area of 80.02 square miles, this works out to a population density of 5,859.89 persons/mi2.
The number of households in 2018 were estimated to be 166,460, with an average household size of 2.76.
Long Beach's 2018 unemployment rate was 7.08%.
The average household income in Long Beach for 2018 was $83,896, while the median was $60,551.

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6,019 estimated births

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Long Beach Housing Values

Median mortgage payment for 2018: $2,332

Long Beach Average Rent as Percentage of Gross Income

Median rent for 2018: $1,252

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Long Beach Population Data

Period Geography Population
2014 Long Beach city, California 468,594
2015 Long Beach city, California 470,237
2016 Long Beach city, California 469,793
2017 Long Beach city, California 470,489
2018 Long Beach city, California 468,883