These Are The 10 Best Places To Retire In California For 2018


We analyzed over 394 places in California to identify the ones that offer the most to retirees.

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When most people think of calling it quits on a career, they immediately think of a move to Florida.

But not everyone wants to spend their golden years in Florida; some of us want to stay close to friends and family and within the great state of California.

But where exactly in California? Well, there’s only one place to go for the answer — data.

To that end, we have tried to identify the places in California that are safe, affordable, and have plenty of things to keep you busy well into retirement.

What did we find after pouring through all the data? Let’s just say we hope folks in San Marino don’t mind us spreading the word.

Here are our top ten places in the Golden State to retire for 2018:

  1. San Marino (Photos | Homes For Sale)
  2. Palm Springs (Photos | Homes For Sale)
  3. Auburn (Photos | Homes For Sale)
  4. Sierra Madre (Photos | Homes For Sale)
  5. Moraga (Photos | Homes For Sale)
  6. Torrance (Photos | Homes For Sale)
  7. Alameda (Photos | Homes For Sale)
  8. Saratoga (Photos | Homes For Sale)
  9. Imperial (Homes For Sale)
  10. Claremont (Photos | Homes For Sale)

Why did San Marino take the top spot? And where are Los Angeles and San Diego?

Read on to see see all the golden parachute level details. Or check out the purely worst and best places to live in California.

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How We Determined The Best Places To Retire In the Golden State

To create our list of the best places in California to retire, we first used Census data to find all places in the Golden State with a population of at least 5,000 that aren’t townships.

This left us with 349 places from across the state.

For these 349, we looked at the following criteria taken from the Census, the FBI’s Crime Report, National Weather Service, and OpenFlights:

  • Low cost of living as measured by rent
  • Low crime
  • Things to do (Museums, Colleges, and Libraries in town)
  • Nice weather
  • Distance to the closest international airport
  • Other retirees (High median age)

We then ranked each of these places for each criteria from one to 349, with the lowest number being the best.

Finally, we took the average rank across these criteria. The place, in this case San Marino, with the lowest average rank was crowned the best of the best, a place for you to start your second careers.

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1. San Marino

San Marino, California

Population: 13,324
Median Rent: $0
Distance to Closest Airport: 20 miles
Crime Per 100k: 2,071
More on San Marino: Homes For Sale | Data
The city takes its name from the ancient Republic of San Marino, founded by Saint Marinus who fled his home in Dalmatia (modern Croatia) at the time of the Diocletianic Persecution of Christians. Marinus took refuge at Monte Titano on the Italian peninsula, where he built a chapel and founded a monastic community in 301 A.D. The state which grew from the monastery is the world’s oldest surviving republic.

2. Palm Springs

Palm Springs, California

Population: 46,714
Median Rent: $973
Distance to Closest Airport: 2 miles
Crime Per 100k: 6,484
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The first humans to settle here were the Cahuilla people, 2,000 years ago. Cahuilla Indians lived here in isolation from other cultures for hundreds of years prior to European contact. They spoke Ivilyuat, which is a dialect of the Uto-Aztecan language family. Numerous prominent and powerful Cahuilla leaders were from Palm Springs, including Cahuilla Lion (Chief Juan Antonio). While Palm Canyon was occupied during winter months, they often moved to cooler Chino Canyon during the summer months.

3. Auburn

Auburn, California

Population: 13,858
Median Rent: $1,066
Distance to Closest Airport: 30 miles
Crime Per 100k: 2,684
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Archaeological finds place the southwestern border for the prehistoric Martis people in the Auburn area. The indigenous Nisenan, an offshoot of the Maidu, were the first to establish a permanent settlement in the Auburn area.

4. Sierra Madre

Sierra Madre, California

Population: 11,067
Median Rent: $1,469
Distance to Closest Airport: 25 miles
Crime Per 100k: 1,255
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In approximately 500 CE, Tongva Indians, the native people migrated from the Mojave area to what would become Los Angeles County, (including the San Gabriel Valley). Their name means ‘People of the Earth’. Their primary language was Uto-Aztecan Shoshonean. In the 16th century there were about 25 Tongva villages, with a population of approximately 400 people. By 1769, the first Spanish settlers arrived in the region, finding an estimated 5,000 Tongva living in 31 villages. Sierra Madre was the site of a settlement named Sonayna. Two years later, Mission San Gabriel Arcangel was founded in today’s Montebello, causing the Tongva communities to rapidly dwindle. The mission was later moved to San Gabriel because of severe flooding from the Rio Hondo River, which ruined their crops. The original mission site is now marked by a California Historical Landmark. Tongvas were integrated into the culture of the mission, and the tribe were renamed Gabrielino Indians by the Spaniards. The first Mount Wilson trail was carved by the Gabrielino Indians which was used by them when they carried timber down from the mountains for the construction of the San Gabriel Mission in 1771.

5. Moraga

Moraga, California

Source: Public domain’

Population: 16,977
Median Rent: $1,909
Distance to Closest Airport: 10 miles
Crime Per 100k: 901
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The land now called Moraga was first inhabited by the Saklan Indians, who belonged to the Bay Miwok language group.

6. Torrance

Torrance, California

Source: Public domain’

Population: 147,307
Median Rent: $1,512
Distance to Closest Airport: 8 miles
Crime Per 100k: 2,361
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Torrance was originally part of the Tongva Native American homeland for thousands of years. In 1784 the Spanish land grant for Rancho San Pedro, in the upper Las Californias Province of New Spain and encompassing present day Torrance, was issued to Juan Jose Dominguez by King Carlos III?the Spanish Empire. It was later divided in 1846 with Governor Pío Pico granting Rancho de los Palos Verdes to José Loreto and Juan Capistrano Sepulveda, in the Alta California territory of independent Mexico.

In the early 1900s, real estate developer Jared Sidney Torrance and other investors saw the value of creating a mixed industrial-residential community south of Los Angeles. They purchased part of an old Spanish land grant and hired landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. to design a new planned community. The resulting town was founded in October 1912 and named after Mr. Torrance. The city of Torrance was formally incorporated in May 1921, the townsite initially being bounded by Western Avenue on the east, Del Amo Boulevard on the north, Crenshaw Boulevard on the west, and on the south by Plaza Del Amo east of where it meets Carson Street, and by Carson Street west of where it meets Plaza Del Amo. The first residential avenue created in Torrance was Gramercy and the second avenue was Andreo. Many of the houses on these avenues turned 100 years of age in 2012. Both avenues are located in the area referred to as Old Town Torrance. This section of Torrance is under review to be classified as a historical district. Some of the early civic and residential buildings were designed by the renowned and innovative Southern California architect Irving Gill, in his distinctive combining of Mission Revival and early Modernist architecture.

7. Alameda

Alameda, California

Population: 77,409
Median Rent: $1,478
Distance to Closest Airport: 2 miles
Crime Per 100k: 2,804
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The island Alameda occupies what was originally a peninsula connected to Oakland. Much of it was low-lying and marshy, but on higher ground than the peninsula and adjacent parts of what is now downtown Oakland were home to one of the largest coastal oak forests in the world. The area was therefore called Encinal, Spanish for ‘forest of evergreen oak’. Alameda is Spanish for ‘grove of poplar trees’ or ‘tree-lined avenue’, and was chosen in 1853 by popular vote.

The inhabitants at the time of the arrival of the Spanish in the late 18th century were a local band of the Ohlone tribe. The peninsula became part of the vast Rancho San Antonio granted in 1820 to Luis Peralta by the Spanish king who claimed California. The grant was later confirmed by the new Republic of Mexico upon its independence from Spain.

8. Saratoga

Saratoga, California

Source: Public domain’

Population: 30,830
Median Rent: $2,410
Distance to Closest Airport: 8 miles
Crime Per 100k: 1,018
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This area was earlier inhabited by the Ohlone Native Americans.[citation needed] European settlers imposed a displacement and created a settlement of what is now Saratoga in 1847, when William Campbell (father of Benjamin Campbell, the founder of nearby Campbell, California), constructed a sawmill about 2.5 miles (4.0 km) southeast of the present downtown area. An early map noted the area as Campbell’s Gap. In 1851 Martin McCarthy, who had leased the mill, built a toll road down to the Santa Clara Valley, and founded what is now Saratoga as McCarthysville. The toll gate was located at the present-day intersection of Big Basin Way and 3rd St., giving the town its first widely used name: Toll Gate. In 1867 the town received a post office under the name of McCarthysville.

9. Imperial

Imperial, California

Population: 16,583
Median Rent: $1,233
Distance to Closest Airport: 12 miles
Crime Per 100k: 482
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Imperial was created by the Imperial Land Company and was named by George Chaffey. The first post office at Imperial opened in 1901. Imperial incorporated in 1904. The first Mayor of Imperial was Allison Peck.

10. Claremont

Claremont, California

Population: 35,827
Median Rent: $1,399
Distance to Closest Airport: 8 miles
Crime Per 100k: 2,844
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The citrus groves and open space which once dominated the northern portion of the city have been replaced by residential developments of large homes. Construction of Stone Canyon Preserve, one of the final residential tract developments in the north of the city, commenced in 2003 as part of a complicated agreement between Pomona College and the City of Claremont which resulted in the creation of the 1,740-acre (7.0 km2) Wilderness Park. The foothill area also includes the Padua Hills Theatre, a historic site constructed in 1930 and the Claraboya residential area.

Maybe You’re Not Ready To Retire Yet…

So there you have it, the best place to retire in California goes to San Marino.

If you’re not ready to hang up your office apparel yet, then these places might be up your alley:

  • Arvin
  • Los Banos
  • Perris

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Detailed List Of Best Places To Retire In California

City Rank Population Median Rent Distane To Airport Crimes per 100k
San Marino 1 13,324 $0 20 2,071
Palm Springs 2 46,714 $973 2 6,484
Auburn 3 13,858 $1066 30 2,684
Sierra Madre 4 11,067 $1469 25 1,255
Moraga 5 16,977 $1909 10 901
Torrance 6 147,307 $1512 8 2,361
Alameda 7 77,409 $1478 2 2,804
Saratoga 8 30,830 $2410 8 1,018
Imperial 9 16,583 $1233 12 482
Claremont 10 35,827 $1399 8 2,844
Los Gatos 11 30,491 $1910 9 2,089
Rancho Mirage 12 17,876 $1245 6 4,050
Glendale 13 197,895 $1355 18 1,858
Mill Valley 14 14,318 $1968 21 1,620
Alhambra 15 84,866 $1235 18 2,654
Calabasas 16 24,091 $2191 19 1,270
Benicia 17 27,780 $1429 24 2,012
San Mateo 18 102,224 $1871 5 2,331
Lincoln 19 45,675 $1601 20 1,247
Banning 20 30,643 $968 23 2,689
Calexico 21 39,750 $839 1 3,600
Rancho Palos Verdes 22 42,412 $2348 13 1,046
Monterey Park 23 61,001 $1244 17 3,008
Yorba Linda 24 67,362 $1777 15 1,137
Belmont 25 26,918 $1784 8 1,515
South San Francisco 26 66,587 $1607 2 2,350
Coronado 27 24,852 $2268 5 1,633
San Dimas 28 34,109 $1599 12 2,480
Woodland 29 57,552 $1012 8 3,023
Palo Alto 30 66,649 $2283 12 2,264
Monrovia 31 37,090 $1318 23 2,404
San Leandro 32 89,039 $1319 3 4,511
Palm Desert 33 51,045 $1156 10 4,351
Hillsborough 34 11,312 $2483 4 1,149
South Lake Tahoe 35 21,506 $892 40 2,329
Walnut 36 30,026 $2051 14 1,801
Lomita 37 20,652 $1282 11 2,014
Folsom 38 74,960 $1465 23 1,947
Los Alamitos 39 11,661 $1644 22 1,989
Yucca Valley 40 21,362 $960 20 2,349
Inglewood 41 111,012 $1141 3 2,960
Glendora 42 51,285 $1466 15 2,790
Rocklin 43 60,509 $1391 19 2,093
Jurupa Valley 44 100,737 $1141 8 3,392
Palos Verdes Estates 45 13,582 $2809 10 846
Santee 46 56,839 $1467 14 1,806
San Diego 47 1,374,812 $1427 6 2,469
Orinda 48 18,936 $2337 11 876
Cupertino 49 60,297 $2579 7 1,771
Fremont 50 227,934 $1868 9 2,252
Oakland 51 412,040 $1189 3 7,283
Rosemead 52 54,507 $1206 20 2,597
Placerville 53 10,540 $1009 42 3,766
El Segundo 54 16,901 $1638 1 4,638
Sacramento 55 484,530 $1057 11 3,886
Los Altos 56 30,238 $2611 9 1,177
Fresno 57 513,807 $901 4 4,618
Pacifica 58 38,844 $1937 5 1,433
Pacific Grove 59 15,546 $1478 51 2,103
Placentia 60 52,168 $1590 18 1,661
Roseville 61 128,276 $1359 15 2,740
El Centro 62 43,699 $748 8 5,764
Campbell 63 40,788 $1821 5 3,466
Pasadena 64 140,268 $1421 21 2,796
Upland 65 75,851 $1253 5 3,353
Chula Vista 66 260,598 $1351 12 1,899
Lafayette 67 25,381 $1816 12 1,603
Los Angeles 68 3,918,872 $1241 5 3,265
Sunnyvale 69 149,596 $1949 5 1,536
Cypress 70 48,978 $1667 22 1,723
Pleasanton 71 77,046 $1949 18 2,211
San Gabriel 72 40,200 $1305 20 1,873
San Bruno 73 42,736 $1834 3 2,843
La Puente 74 40,384 $1176 20 1,711
Dixon 75 19,144 $1165 21 2,293
Clovis 76 102,148 $1093 4 3,160
Burlingame 77 30,118 $1789 2 3,692
Arcadia 78 57,755 $1460 24 2,986
Gardena 79 59,898 $1180 6 3,038
Rancho Cucamonga 80 173,309 $1561 5 2,456
Moorpark 81 35,594 $1797 35 935
Danville 82 43,758 $2359 15 854
Redondo Beach 83 67,664 $1800 6 2,810
Santa Monica 84 92,247 $1626 6 4,893
Menlo Park 85 33,319 $1934 14 1,959
Camarillo 86 66,630 $1763 40 1,873
Beverly Hills 87 34,627 $1988 9 4,395
Lemon Grove 88 26,421 $1188 9 2,452
Poway 89 49,675 $1497 20 1,046
Santa Clara 90 122,725 $1917 2 2,422
Marina 91 20,816 $1198 47 2,671
Yucaipa 92 52,886 $1031 31 2,410
Laguna Woods 93 16,347 $1537 31 1,107
Santa Rosa 94 173,165 $1371 56 2,118
Soledad 95 25,616 $1168 72 1,124
Mission Viejo 96 96,178 $1997 31 1,100
Santa Paula 97 30,283 $1142 47 1,396
Coalinga 98 16,609 $833 56 2,546
South Pasadena 99 25,936 $1466 18 2,675
Reedley 100 25,273 $900 19 2,726
Paradise 101 26,396 $976 73 2,072
Covina 102 48,539 $1300 16 2,993
El Cajon 103 102,894 $1137 14 2,761
Simi Valley 104 126,126 $1765 29 1,379
Commerce 105 12,997 $988 15 10,410
Piedmont 106 11,201 $2636 7 2,071
San Rafael 107 58,948 $1628 23 3,328
Diamond Bar 108 56,456 $1855 12 1,765
Lawndale 109 33,161 $1340 4 2,177
Napa 110 79,567 $1428 40 2,356
Blythe 111 19,675 $714 68 3,872
San Jose 112 1,009,363 $1689 7 2,837
Thousand Oaks 113 128,623 $1896 32 1,438
Carlsbad 114 112,008 $1830 27 2,140
San Marcos 115 91,479 $1388 27 1,467
Solana Beach 116 13,312 $1892 18 1,802
Norco 117 26,809 $1811 9 3,069
Chino Hills 118 77,266 $1916 10 1,387
Loma Linda 119 23,859 $1136 20 2,862
La Mirada 120 49,130 $1642 23 1,982
Pleasant Hill 121 34,395 $1719 17 4,619
West Sacramento 122 51,386 $907 10 2,825
Sanger 123 24,741 $859 10 2,788
Corona 124 161,614 $1426 13 2,399
Hayward 125 154,507 $1417 8 3,412
Brawley 126 25,776 $775 21 4,135
Hanford 127 54,912 $934 31 3,208
Carson 128 92,780 $1422 11 3,156
Grand Terrace 129 12,393 $1280 16 2,436
Orange 130 139,919 $1581 23 2,026
Whittier 131 86,630 $1222 22 3,518
La Quinta 132 39,801 $1381 18 2,942
Norwalk 133 106,360 $1384 18 2,239
Imperial Beach 134 27,180 $1255 12 1,629
Arroyo Grande 135 17,842 $1126 123 2,068
Duarte 136 21,792 $1421 21 2,042
Clayton 137 11,655 $2490 21 1,287
Cudahy 138 24,106 $1154 13 1,335
Maywood 139 27,672 $980 13 2,034
Santa Fe Springs 140 17,436 $1289 19 7,432
Truckee 141 16,231 $1440 24 1,306
Ukiah 142 15,884 $961 92 3,657
Azusa 143 48,498 $1274 18 2,709
San Ramon 144 74,366 $1987 15 1,159
Martinez 145 37,544 $1550 19 2,421
Fullerton 146 139,491 $1397 22 2,824
Ontario 147 169,389 $1296 1 3,140
Rancho Cordova 148 69,482 $982 20 2,417
Canyon Lake 149 10,985 $1708 31 1,383
Indio 150 85,401 $1055 16 2,788
Corcoran 151 22,917 $752 48 2,059
Malibu 152 12,853 $2679 22 3,423
Hollister 153 36,901 $1315 45 1,387
Long Beach 154 469,793 $1150 17 3,633
Seal Beach 155 24,510 $1678 23 2,341
Colton 156 53,856 $1044 15 3,451
Ridgecrest 157 28,604 $859 108 2,496
Richmond 158 108,303 $1242 17 4,435
Huntington Beach 159 198,724 $1686 28 2,460
Agoura Hills 160 20,689 $1998 24 1,295
Newport Beach 161 86,813 $2058 35 2,708
Parlier 162 14,953 $740 15 2,400
Santa Clarita 163 180,303 $1653 32 1,850
Redlands 164 70,442 $1177 24 4,454
Beaumont 165 42,191 $1205 25 2,851
Hercules 166 25,011 $1693 21 1,779
Riverside 167 318,678 $1194 14 4,076
Red Bluff 168 14,065 $770 107 8,929
Lemoore 169 25,169 $868 33 2,379
Encinitas 170 62,160 $1791 22 1,837
San Bernardino 171 214,581 $947 18 5,618
Downey 172 113,223 $1276 15 3,306
Signal Hill 173 11,404 $1217 16 8,111
Eureka 174 27,002 $844 127 6,577
Baldwin Park 175 76,511 $1277 21 2,359
Hemet 176 82,748 $979 28 4,839
Livermore 177 86,493 $1673 24 2,841
Citrus Heights 178 85,954 $1048 16 3,574
Rialto 179 102,418 $1110 12 2,282
Manhattan Beach 180 35,573 $2232 3 3,044
Chino 181 83,670 $1446 6 2,818
Santa Ana 182 333,605 $1354 27 2,575
Susanville 183 15,555 $902 78 2,976
Marysville 184 12,176 $881 31 4,927
West Covina 185 107,634 $1449 17 2,857
Lompoc 186 43,678 $990 127 2,745
Sonoma 187 10,952 $1552 41 2,109
Pomona 188 151,807 $1183 9 3,585
Escondido 189 149,912 $1237 28 2,562
Fontana 190 205,228 $1167 8 2,565
Morro Bay 191 10,519 $1337 116 2,100
Avenal 192 13,590 $726 55 1,530
Visalia 193 128,738 $939 37 3,632
Redding 194 91,320 $987 127 4,990
La Palma 195 15,834 $1500 22 2,564
Berkeley 196 118,585 $1434 10 5,078
Lodi 197 63,842 $1001 42 3,580
Healdsburg 198 11,614 $1445 68 1,756
Porterville 199 58,472 $823 62 2,616
Laguna Niguel 200 64,984 $1908 36 1,255
La Mesa 201 59,125 $1312 10 3,156
Aliso Viejo 202 50,219 $1933 33 876
San Clemente 203 65,082 $1696 41 1,342
El Monte 204 115,665 $1118 23 2,549
Lake Forest 205 80,658 $1777 28 1,055
Fountain Valley 206 56,670 $1778 30 2,657
Walnut Creek 207 67,568 $1721 15 3,253
Kingsburg 208 11,716 $886 19 3,183
Madera 209 63,398 $948 23 3,728
Novato 210 54,790 $1764 30 2,040
Tehachapi 211 13,179 $792 82 2,466
Desert Hot Springs 212 28,092 $899 9 4,097
Morgan Hill 213 41,839 $1700 22 1,730
Hawthorne 214 86,938 $1068 3 3,665
Anaheim 215 346,776 $1402 16 3,121
San Juan Capistrano 216 36,006 $1749 38 1,452
Oroville 217 18,884 $773 55 7,789
Montebello 218 63,416 $1157 17 3,456
Dana Point 219 34,009 $1813 41 1,831
Fillmore 220 15,391 $1192 42 922
Elk Grove 221 163,634 $1489 22 1,765
San Pablo 222 29,991 $1127 17 4,758
Oceanside 223 173,829 $1454 34 2,878
Atascadero 224 29,516 $1216 104 1,978
Fairfield 225 110,953 $1359 38 2,993
Davis 226 66,886 $1291 12 2,650
Laguna Hills 227 31,127 $1862 32 1,831
Mountain View 228 78,827 $1912 20 2,420
Pico Rivera 229 63,724 $1229 18 2,889
Bell 230 35,927 $1023 13 2,825
Compton 231 97,740 $1110 10 3,741
Rancho Santa Margarita 232 49,038 $1741 29 642
Milpitas 233 73,447 $1995 5 2,569
Coachella 234 43,826 $895 22 3,338
Hermosa Beach 235 19,726 $1963 5 2,970
Newman 236 10,808 $1021 49 1,683
Irvine 237 246,992 $1997 27 1,574
Laguna Beach 238 23,204 $2028 36 3,283
Ripon 239 14,971 $1251 50 1,863
Newark 240 44,677 $1744 11 2,896
Merced 241 81,461 $855 55 4,005
Kerman 242 14,424 $793 19 2,835
Rohnert Park 243 41,928 $1407 50 2,258
Stanton 244 38,594 $1282 25 2,241
Cerritos 245 49,797 $2192 20 4,769
Bell Gardens 246 42,805 $1142 14 2,562
Farmersville 247 10,699 $730 43 1,859
Grass Valley 248 12,861 $961 46 6,251
Highland 249 54,490 $969 25 2,519
Petaluma 250 59,757 $1548 42 2,188
La Habra 251 61,660 $1353 21 2,358
Modesto 252 208,512 $1034 54 5,480
Twentynine Palms 253 25,848 $943 33 1,764
Apple Valley 254 71,455 $955 39 2,867
Carpinteria 255 13,553 $1631 69 1,925
Mendota 256 11,394 $725 36 2,167
Concord 257 126,938 $1387 21 3,768
El Cerrito 258 24,646 $1567 14 4,873
El Cerrito 259 24,646 $1567 14 4,873
Vallejo 260 119,644 $1250 26 4,900
Lynwood 261 71,233 $1056 11 3,063
Tulare 262 61,664 $941 44 3,223
West Hollywood 263 35,661 $1446 10 5,260
Murrieta 264 108,583 $1548 40 1,521
Buena Park 265 82,771 $1421 23 3,427
Westminster 266 91,635 $1364 27 3,305
Bellflower 267 77,687 $1195 16 3,066
San Fernando 268 24,396 $1189 23 2,385
Oakley 269 38,968 $1498 34 1,216
Hawaiian Gardens 270 14,468 $1160 20 2,612
Hesperia 271 92,664 $1079 28 2,301
Palmdale 272 156,823 $1174 46 2,183
Vacaville 273 95,607 $1416 31 2,368
San Jacinto 274 46,375 $1005 27 3,883
Dublin 275 54,523 $2154 17 2,171
Monterey 276 28,472 $1531 52 4,154
Artesia 277 16,789 $1396 19 4,234
Scotts Valley 278 11,824 $2103 21 2,291
Montclair 279 38,294 $1170 5 5,021
Lakewood 280 81,054 $1538 17 3,385
Huntington Park 281 58,921 $961 11 4,159
Windsor 282 27,318 $1770 65 1,445
Selma 283 24,228 $853 15 4,643
Santa Barbara 284 90,922 $1575 80 3,802
Tustin 285 79,396 $1611 25 2,425
Garden Grove 286 174,676 $1377 28 2,786
Albany 287 19,420 $1653 12 2,893
South Gate 288 95,219 $1012 12 4,300
Menifee 289 84,978 $1337 34 2,652
East Palo Alto 290 29,353 $1510 13 2,176
South El Monte 291 20,566 $1155 21 3,350
Vista 292 98,560 $1331 31 2,016
Wildomar 293 34,775 $1405 36 2,024
Chowchilla 294 18,195 $953 36 3,363
Eastvale 295 58,217 $2507 6 2,301
Mcfarland 296 13,391 $849 80 1,792
San Francisco 297 850,282 $1632 36 6,302
Clearlake 298 15,070 $805 58 5,481
Galt 299 24,848 $1098 33 2,636
Santa Cruz 300 63,310 $1576 16 6,525
Pinole 301 19,040 $1558 20 5,005
Grover Beach 302 13,484 $1200 124 2,669
Watsonville 303 52,915 $1285 31 3,734
Brea 304 41,351 $1616 17 3,683
Turlock 305 71,166 $966 59 4,056
Stockton 306 301,443 $967 51 5,312
Seaside 307 34,120 $1482 51 2,154
Exeter 308 10,504 $857 46 2,856
Pittsburg 309 67,998 $1439 26 3,313
Lancaster 310 159,651 $1085 53 2,875
Fortuna 311 11,917 $902 139 4,346
Paramount 312 54,941 $1204 14 3,744
Santa Maria 313 103,642 $1205 133 3,033
Bakersfield 314 367,555 $1005 103 5,158
Goleta 315 30,671 $1708 89 1,698
Oakdale 316 21,796 $937 65 3,404
Barstow 317 23,438 $714 64 6,387
Dinuba 318 23,465 $898 23 3,554
Salinas 319 155,889 $1177 49 3,686
Brentwood 320 56,923 $1977 31 2,485
Moreno Valley 321 202,061 $1298 24 3,454
Lindsay 322 13,052 $705 52 3,018
Arcata 323 17,775 $887 121 4,213
Adelanto 324 32,311 $1034 37 2,587
Victorville 325 121,320 $1154 35 3,524
Riverbank 326 23,761 $1044 59 2,819
Tracy 327 86,382 $1542 36 2,373
Emeryville 328 11,111 $1749 9 16,677
Oxnard 329 204,752 $1396 48 3,429
Capitola 330 10,109 $1703 26 7,785
Gilroy 331 52,576 $1521 31 3,659
Port Hueneme 332 22,126 $1508 47 2,097
Chico 333 89,377 $955 74 4,008
Anderson 334 10,156 $803 126 5,356
Patterson 335 21,205 $1304 43 2,584
Temecula 336 108,965 $1629 42 2,507
San Luis Obispo 337 46,716 $1323 117 4,824
Ceres 338 47,231 $1039 55 3,099
Delano 339 52,538 $786 74 3,456
Livingston 340 13,703 $933 66 3,152
Antioch 341 108,675 $1439 29 4,094
Costa Mesa 342 112,439 $1641 32 4,466
Shafter 343 17,801 $758 94 3,421
Manteca 344 73,570 $1251 48 4,001
Lake Elsinore 345 60,230 $1304 29 3,353
Atwater 346 28,906 $897 62 4,182
Perris 347 73,718 $1280 28 3,232
Los Banos 348 37,012 $1082 63 3,463
Arvin 349 20,562 $814 89 4,012

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