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The Pomona Valley

Population

  • 218,783 population in 2000, according to the U.S. Census
  • 48.16 square miles, divided into 3 neighborhoods
  • 4,543 people per square mile. The most dense neighborhood is Pomona, and the least dense neighborhood is Claremont.

Ethnicity

Ethnicity
  • The most diverse neighborhood is Claremont, and the least diverse neighborhood is La Verne.

Income

Household income in thousands of 2000 dollars
  • The wealthiest neighborhood is Claremont, and the least wealthy neighborhood is Pomona.

Education

Education level
  • 23.1% of residents 25 and older have a four-year degree. The neighborhood with the highest rate is Claremont, and the neighborhood with the lowest rate is Pomona.

Age

Age
  • The neighborhood with oldest population is La Verne, and the neighborhood with the youngest population is Pomona.

Housing

Occupied housing units
  • 36.8% of households are renters. The neighborhood with the highest rental rate is Pomona, and the neighborhood with the lowest rental rate is La Verne.

The Pomona Valley

is a region of Los Angeles County containing three neighborhoods.
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About This Project
The Pomona Valley is one of the 16 regions in Mapping L.A., the Los Angeles Times’ resource for crime, neighborhoods, demographics and schools in Los Angeles County.
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