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ZIP Codes: Los Angeles, CA has 100 ZIPs assigned to it by the U.S. Postal Service. This includes 69 Standard, 23 PO Box, and 8 Unique types. Usually, PO Boxes are located inside Post Office locations, but can include standard street delivery addresses. Unique ZIPs are assigned to businesses, government agencies, military, universities, and other entities which receive a large volume of mail.69 Standard, 23 PO Boxes, 8 Unique [See All]
County: The County, Parish, or Boroughs that ZIPs in Los Angeles, CA at least partially reside in. These can be completely inside County, or they can cross into several counties.Los Angeles County, CA
Area Codes: Telephone Area Codes that are associated with Los Angeles, CA. These are used in the North American Numbering Plan (NANP) to facilitate phone routing.213, 323, 310, 626, 818, 562, 424, 747
Time Zone: Time zone designation. Please note that not all areas in the U.S. observe daylight saving time which can affect actual local time.Pacific (GMT -08:00)
Local Time: The current local time for Los Angeles, CA. If more than 1 time zone for this area, all local times will be shown. Keep in mind that areas can cross time zones, so more than 1 may be shown.12:00:00 AM
Census Place Population: The number of people in Los Angeles city; California from the U.S. Census 2020 Place Data. Included are U.S. Citizens, permanent residents, temporary migrants, and undocumented individuals. The total represents people who live in the area, not just those present while the Census was being completed. This only includes population for the incorporated limits of this place and not individuals from the greater area.3,898,747 [More Details]
Population of ZIP Codes: The number of people in all 100 ZIPs which make up the greater Los Angeles, CA area. City/Town Limits have unique defined geography boundaries, but areas outside of those limits are still considered a part of the greater area. The USPS assigns each ZIP a name and the Census provides data for each.2,651,370 [More Details]
Statistical Area: A Core Based Statistical Area (CBSA) is the recognized term for a region that functions around an urban core with a population of at least 10,000 people, according to the standards set by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA
Coordinates: The latitude/longitude centroid coordinates for this area.33.9741, -118.2497
Land Area: The approximate amount of land area covered by all ZIPs for Los Angeles, CA in square miles. The Land Area is based on geographic boundaries that include the mainland, islands, inland, coastal, Great Lakes, and territorial waters associated with each geography.795.58 sq miles (ZIP Codes)
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Los Angeles, CA ZIP Codes, Map and Demographics (1)

Population & People

Total Population

2,651,370

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Los Angeles, CA ZIP Codes, Map and Demographics (2)

Income

Median Household Income

$63,213

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Los Angeles, CA ZIP Codes, Map and Demographics (3)

Housing

Total Housing Units

1,025,968

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Health

Without Healthcare Coverage

10.95%

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Business & Economy

Total Businesses

82,854

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Families

Total Households

959,494

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Employment

Employment Rate

60.27%

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Education

Bachelor's Degree or Higher

33.81%

Important Los Angeles, CA Information

Los Angeles, CA has 69 Standard (Non-Unique), 23 PO Box, and 8 Unique ZIP Codes. Together, these cover a total of 795.58 square miles of land area and 2.38 square miles of water area.This includes the Firestone Park, Firestone Pk, Watts, Broadway Manchester, Oakwood, Sanford, Pico Heights, Dockweiler, Baldwin Hills, Crenshaw, Leimert Park, View Park, Federal, West Adams, Foy, Cimarron, Rimpau, Market, Commerce, E Los Angeles, East Los Angeles, Lugo, Village, W Los Angeles, West Los Angeles, Wla, Echo Park, Edendale, Silver Lake, Hollywood, Los Feliz, Vermont, Lincoln Heights, Lincoln Hts, Boyle Heights, Palms, Preuss, Farmer Market, Miracle Mile, Wilshire La Brea, Green, W Hollywood, West Hollywood, Wilcox, Griffith, Cty Of Cmmrce, Eagle Rock, Highland Park, La Tijera, Windsor Hills, August F Haw, Hanco*ck, Bradley International, Playa Vista, Westchester, Wagner, Bicentennial, Briggs, Barrington, Flint, Vernon, Greenmead, South, Westvern, Hazard, Rancho Park, Glassell, Glassell Park, Culver Cty, Mar Vista, Century City, Arco, Arco Plaza, Goat, Hi Vista, Lake La, Lake Los Angeles, Roosevelt Corner and Wilsona Gardensareas. A full list of ZIP Codes is below, including type, population and aliases for each.

The combined population for all ZIP Codes in Los Angeles, CA is 2,651,370. Population Density is 3,330.87 persons per square mile. Average Household Size is 2.67 persons and Average Family Size is 3.94 persons. The Census Designated Place population for Los Angeles city; California is 3,898,747. More Demographics are available below, including charts showing racial comparison, gender breakdown, population over time, average income, average house value, income over time, and more.

Los Angeles County is the only county which covers this area. There are 8 area codes serving this area including213, 323, 310, 626, 818, 562, 424 and 747. Los Angeles is also located in the Pacific (GMT -08:00) timezone and the current local time is shown above.

Unique ZIPs are assigned to businesses, government agencies, universities, and other entities which receive a large volume of mail. Los Angeles has 8 of these which are assigned to Bank Of America, Wells Fargo, University Of Southern Ca, Uc Los Angeles, Shared Firm Zip Code, Bar Code Term Annex, Los Angeles Brm, Citibank and First Data Remitco.

Los Angeles is part of the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA Core Based Statistical Area (CBSA). Its CBSA Code is 31080.It is classified as a metro area, which means the combined population is 50,000 or more (at its core).

CBSAs are defined by the OMB as geographic areas that have at least one core with a population of 10,000 or more (for a micro area) and adjacent territory with a high degree of social and economic integration. CBSA codes are commonly used to accurately file Medicare claims and to verify applicable incentives using a patient's ZIP Code.

ZIP Codes in Los Angeles, CA have 1,009,445 Residential mailboxes and 95,844 Business mailboxes.There are 82,854 businesses with a total of 1,023,929 employees. That is an average of 12.4 employees per business. Annual payroll for these businesses is $87,089,956,000. Other Demographics

Los Angeles, CA has 100 ZIP Codes

ZIP CodeTypePopulation% of PopulationAlias Names
90001Standard55,8592.11%Firestone Park, Firestone Pk
90002Standard53,1502.00%Watts
90003Standard72,7642.74%Broadway Manchester
90004Standard58,5852.21%Oakwood
90005Standard37,9871.43%Sanford
90006Standard58,2292.20%Pico Heights
90007Standard40,9441.54%Dockweiler
90008Standard33,0411.25%Baldwin Hills, Crenshaw, Leimert Park, View Park
90009P.O. Box00.00%Los Angeles AFB, Los Angeles International, Los Angls AFB
90010Standard5,4000.20%Sanford
90011Standard102,3083.86%
90012Standard33,8511.28%Federal
90013Standard15,5890.59%Federal
90014Standard9,2540.35%
90015Standard27,3241.03%
90016Standard46,5121.75%West Adams
90017Standard27,2951.03%Foy
90018Standard50,1791.89%Cimarron, Dockweiler
90019Standard62,0022.34%Rimpau
90020Standard38,6941.46%Sanford
90021Standard5,1920.20%Market
90022Standard64,5172.43%Commerce, E Los Angeles, East Los Angeles
90023Standard45,9391.73%Commerce, Lugo
90024Standard52,8621.99%Village
90025Standard45,4661.71%W Los Angeles, West Los Angeles, Wla
90026Standard63,3292.39%Echo Park, Edendale, Silver Lake
90027Standard44,4711.68%Hollywood, Los Feliz
90028Standard32,3301.22%Hollywood
90029Standard34,6951.31%Vermont
90030P.O. Box00.00%
90031Standard37,3331.41%Lincoln Heights, Lincoln Hts
90032Standard43,5061.64%
90033Standard46,0811.74%Boyle Heights
90034Standard57,1522.16%Palms
90035Standard30,2941.14%Preuss
90036Standard39,5491.49%Farmer Market, Miracle Mile, Wilshire La Brea
90037Standard63,7062.40%Green
90038Standard27,4141.03%Hollywood, W Hollywood, West Hollywood, Wilcox
90039Standard28,0591.06%Griffith
90040Standard12,0890.46%Commerce, Cty Of Cmmrce
90041Standard26,6541.01%Eagle Rock
90042Standard58,2952.20%Highland Park
90043Standard46,1791.74%La Tijera, View Park, Windsor Hills
90044Standard94,3543.56%August F Haw, Hanco*ck
90045Standard41,0351.55%Bradley International, Playa Vista, Westchester
90046Standard49,9871.89%W Hollywood, West Hollywood
90047Standard50,1541.89%Wagner
90048Standard22,6040.85%Bicentennial, Briggs, W Hollywood, West Hollywood
90049Standard36,9801.39%Barrington
90050P.O. Box00.00%
90051P.O. Box00.00%August F Haw
90052P.O. Box130.00%
90053P.O. Box00.00%
90054P.O. Box00.00%
90055P.O. Box00.00%
90056Standard8,1840.31%Baldwin Hills, Crenshaw, Windsor Hills
90057Standard45,5101.72%Flint
90058Standard3,7510.14%Vernon
90059Standard43,5511.64%August F Haw, Greenmead
90060P.O. Box00.00%
90061Standard29,5701.12%August F Haw, South
90062Standard32,5241.23%Westvern
90063Standard50,2271.89%Hazard
90064Standard27,5531.04%Rancho Park
90065Standard44,3281.67%Glassell, Glassell Park
90066Standard55,3042.09%Culver Cty, Mar Vista
90067Standard3,3440.13%Century City
90068Standard24,3610.92%Hollywood
90069Standard20,5840.78%Los Angeles, W Hollywood
90070P.O. Box00.00%
90071Standard9070.03%Arco, Arco Plaza
90072P.O. Box00.00%Santa Western
90073P.O. Box9360.04%Veterans Adm, Veterans Admin, Veterans Administration, Veterans Admn
90074Unique00.00%Bank Of America
90075P.O. Box00.00%
90076P.O. Box00.00%
90077Standard8,8740.33%Barrington
90078P.O. Box00.00%Hollywood
90079Standard160.00%
90080P.O. Box00.00%
90081P.O. Box00.00%
90082P.O. Box00.00%
90083P.O. Box00.00%
90084Unique00.00%Wells Fargo
90086P.O. Box00.00%
90087P.O. Box00.00%
90088Unique00.00%Wells Fargo
90089Unique5,1720.20%University Of Southern Ca
90091P.O. Box00.00%Commerce, Cty Of Cmmrce
90093P.O. Box00.00%
90094Standard12,7460.48%Los Angeles
90095Unique10.00%Uc Los Angeles
90096Unique00.00%Shared Firm Zip Code
90099Unique00.00%Bar Code Term Annex, Los Angeles Brm
90134Standard00.00%Goat
90189Unique00.00%Citibank, First Data Remitco
90230Standard32,7431.23%Los Angeles
93535Standard82,1493.10%Hi Vista, Lake La, Lake Los Angeles, Roosevelt Corner, Wilsona Gardens
93550Standard82,3793.11%Lake La, Lake Los Angeles
93591Standard7,4500.28%Lake La, Lake Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA Demographic Information

There are two kinds of demographics shown in the charts for Los Angeles, CA. Each covers a different geographic boundary and has different criteria for what is included. Learn More

Total Population: Total number of people from the 2020 U.S. Census for all ZIPs in Los Angeles, CA. This reflects the exact count of this area at that point in time, not future estimates, regardless of citizenship or immigration status. It is intended to count all persons living within the geographic area, not just those present on the day of the census.2,651,370
Total Households: Total number of Households from the 2020 U.S. Census for all ZIPs in Los Angeles, CA. A Household includes everyone living in a residential housing unit. This includes families, roommates in a single residence, or a person living alone.959,494
Total Housing Units: The total number of Housing Units is the number of occupied units + the number of vacant units. Ownership is defined by whether the unit is occupied by an owner or by a tenant. Owner occupancy means that the owner lives in the unit. This value comes from the 2020 U.S. Census and is not a projection or estimate.1,025,968
Average Household Size: The Average Household Size, is obtained by dividing the number of people in Households (excluding those in group quarters, nursing home, prisons, and dorm rooms) by the number of Households. A Household includes everyone living in a residential unit. Those who do not live in a household are classified as living in group accommodation. This value is an estimate from the U.S. Census ACS (American Community Survey) and is updated yearly.2.67
Average Family Size: Average Family Size is calculated by dividing the number of people in a Family Household by the number of Family Households. The U.S. Census Bureau defines family households as households consisting of two or more individuals who are related by birth, marriage, or adoption. They also may include other unrelated people. Non-family households consist of people who live alone or who share their residence with unrelated individuals. The Average Family Size only looks at the households classified as Family Households. This value is an estimate from the U.S. Census ACS (American Community Survey) and is updated yearly.3.94

All ZIP Codes assigned this City name by the USPS.

Total Population: Total number of people from the 2020 Census. This reflects the exact count of the Census Place at that point in time, not future estimates, regardless of citizenship or immigration status. It is intended to count all persons living within the geographic area, not just those present on the day of the census.3,898,747
Total Households: Total number of Households from the 2020 U.S. Census. A Household includes everyone living in a residential housing unit. This includes families, roommates in a single residence, or a person living alone.1,410,260
Total Housing Units: The total number of Housing Units is the number of occupied units + the number of vacant units. Ownership is defined by whether the unit is occupied by an owner or by a tenant. Owner occupancy means that the owner lives in the unit. This value comes from the 2020 U.S. Census and is not a projection or estimate.1,496,453
Average Household Size: The Average Household Size, is obtained by dividing the number of people in Households (excluding those in group quarters, nursing home, prisons, and dorm rooms) by the number of Households. A Household includes everyone living in a residential unit. Those who do not live in a household are classified as living in group accommodation. This value is an estimate from the U.S. Census ACS (American Community Survey) and is updated yearly.2.68
Average Family Size: Average Family Size is calculated by dividing the number of people in a Family Household by the number of Family Households. The U.S. Census Bureau defines family households as households consisting of two or more individuals who are related by birth, marriage, or adoption. They also may include other unrelated people. Non-family households consist of people who live alone or who share their residence with unrelated individuals. The Average Family Size only looks at the households classified as Family Households. This value is an estimate from the U.S. Census ACS (American Community Survey) and is updated yearly.3.71

Data for the U.S. Census Place.

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Population by Race

White: The number of individuals who selected White as their race is an exact count from the 2020 Census for this geographic area. On the 2020 U.S. Census questionnaire, people were asked to check all races which applied to them, including White. This count includes all who selected White/Caucasian in their response, even if they selected another race as well.743,82920.33%
Black: The number of individuals who selected Black as their race is an exact count from the 2020 Census for this geographic area. On the 2020 U.S. Census questionnaire, people were asked to check all races which applied to them, including Black or African American. This count includes all who selected Black or African American in their response, even if they selected another race as well.333,6069.12%
Hispanic: The number of individuals who selected Hispanic is an exact count from the 2020 Census for this geographic area. On the 2020 U.S. Census questionnaire, people were first asked for their Ethnicity, including if they were from Hispanic, Latino, or Spanish Origin, including Mexican, Mexican American, Chicano, Puerto Rican, Cuban, or other ethnic origin. This count includes all who affirmed that they were part of this ethnic origin. Respondents who selected this option were also asked to select a race separately and would be counted once in this number as well as the race they chose. From the U.S. Census definition, Hispanic is an ethnic origin and not a race.1,361,99437.23%
Asian: The number of individuals who selected Asian as their race is an exact count from the 2020 Census for this geographic area. On the U.S. Census questionnaire, people were asked to check all races which applied to them, including Chinese, Filipino, Asian Indian, Vietnamese, Korean, Japanese, or Other Asian. This count includes all who selected one of these options in their response, even if they selected another race as well.287,9477.87%
American Indian: The number of individuals who selected American Indian and Alaska Native as their race is an exact count from the 2020 Census for this geographic area. On the 2020 U.S. Census questionnaire, people were asked to check all races which applied to them, including American Indian and Alaska Native. This count includes all who selected American Indian and Alaska Native in their response, even if they selected another race as well.51,9501.42%
Hawaiian: The number of individuals who selected Hawaiian or Pacific Islander as their race is an exact count from the 2020 Census for this geographic area. On the 2020 U.S. Census questionnaire, people were asked to check all races which applied to them, including Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander. This count includes all who selected either Hawaiian or Pacific Islander in their response, even if they selected another race as well.3,4420.09%
Other: The number of individuals who selected Other as their race on the 2020 Census. On the 2020 U.S. Census questionnaire, people were asked to check all races which applied to them, and this includes all individuals who did not select one of the races above.875,51523.93%

All ZIP Codes assigned this City name by the USPS.

Pie Chart showing Population by Race: White [743,829, 20.33%], Black [333,606, 9.12%], Hispanic [1,361,994, 37.23%], Asian [287,947, 7.87%], Hawaiian [3,442, 0.09%], American Indian 51,950, 1.42%], and Other [875,515, 23.93%] for all ZIPs in Los Angeles, California. Load Chart

Source: U.S. Census Bureau (2020) DHC

Comparison Bar Chart showing Population by Race that compares all ZIPs in Los Angeles, CA, the U.S. Census Place, Los Angeles County, the State of California, and the United States National Average. Load Chart

Source: U.S. Census Bureau (2020) DHC

White: The number of individuals who selected White as their race is an exact count from the 2020 Census for this U.S. Census Place. On the 2020 U.S. Census questionnaire, people were asked to check all races which applied to them, including White. This count includes all who selected White/Caucasian in their response, even if they selected another race as well.1,359,06826.08%
Black: The number of individuals who selected Black as their race is an exact count from the 2020 Census for this U.S. Census Place. On the 2020 U.S. Census questionnaire, people were asked to check all races which applied to them, including Black or African American. This count includes all who selected Black or African American in their response, even if they selected another race as well.336,0966.45%
Hispanic: The number of individuals who selected Hispanic is an exact count from the 2020 Census for this U.S. Census Place and is not an estimate or future projection. On the 2020 U.S. Census questionnaire, people were first asked for their Ethnicity, including if they were from Hispanic, Latino, or Spanish Origin, including Mexican, Mexican American, Chicano, Puerto Rican, Cuban, or other ethnic origin. This count includes all who affirmed that they were part of this ethnic origin. Respondents who selected this option were also asked to select a race separately and would be counted once in this number as well as the race they chose. From the U.S. Census definition, Hispanic is an ethnic origin and not a race.1,829,99135.12%
Asian: The number of individuals who selected Asian as their race is an exact count from the 2020 Census for this U.S. Census Place, not future projections. On the U.S. Census questionnaire, people were asked to check all races which applied to them, including Chinese, Filipino, Asian Indian, Vietnamese, Korean, Japanese, or Other Asian. This count includes all who selected one of these options in their response, even if they selected another race as well.462,6438.88%
American Indian: The number of individuals who selected American Indian or Alaska Native as their race is an exact count from the 2020 Census for this U.S. Census Place and not estimates for the future. On the 2020 U.S. Census questionnaire, people were asked to check all races which applied to them, including American Indian and Alaska Native. This count includes all who selected American Indian and Alaska Native in their response, even if they selected another race as well.66,4911.28%
Hawaiian: The number of individuals who selected Hawaiian or Pacific Islander as their race is an exact count from the 2020 Census for this U.S. Census Place and are not future projections. On the 2020 U.S. Census questionnaire, people were asked to check all races which applied to them, including Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander. This count includes all who selected either Hawaiian or Pacific Islander in their response, even if they selected another race as well.5,9600.11%
Other: The number of individuals who selected Other as their race for this U.S. Census Place. On the 2020 U.S. Census questionnaire, people were asked to check all races which applied to them, and this includes all individuals who did not select one of the races above.1,150,17622.07%

Data for the U.S. Census Place.

Pie Chart showing Population by Race: White [1,359,068, 26.08%], Black [336,096, 6.45%], Hispanic [1,829,991, 35.12%], Asian [462,643, 8.88%], Hawaiian [5,960, 0.11%], American Indian 66,491, 1.28%], and Other [1,150,176, 22.07%] for the U.S. Census Place. Load Chart

Source: U.S. Census Bureau (2020) DHC Places

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Gender Breakdown

Males: The # of Males from the 2020 Census. This is not a forecast for the future, but an exact count for this geographic area at the time of the Census. Each respondent self-identified their gender on the survey, as they were asked to indicate their gender assigned at birth. This information is important for healthcare planning, policy making, social research, and economic planning and development.1,311,28049.46%
Females: The # of Females from the 2020 Census. This is not a forecast for the future, but an exact count for this geographic area at the time of the Census. Each respondent self-identified their gender on the survey, as they were asked to indicate their gender assigned at birth. This information is important for healthcare planning, policy making, social research, and economic planning and development.1,340,09050.54%
Median Age: The Median Age of all persons from the 2020 Census for this geographic area. Median age is the middle age of the population. Half the people are older than the average age and half area younger. Median Age can relate how young or old a geographic area is compared to others.26.3 years
Male Median Age: The Median Age of all Males from the 2020 Census for this geographic area. The Male Median Age is the actual average from the 2020 Census, not an estimate or future projection. Median Age is the average age of the population. Half of the population is older and the other half is younger. Gender is self-reported by individuals when asked about their sex at birth.25.8 years
Female Median Age: The Median Age of all Females from the 2020 Census for this geographic area. The Female Median Age is the actual average from the 2020 Census, not an estimate or future projection. Median Age is the average age of the population. Half of the population is older and the other half is younger. Gender is self-reported by individuals when asked about their sex at birth.26.5 years

All ZIP Codes assigned this City name by the USPS.

Pie Chart showing population of Males [1,311,280, 49.46%] vs Females [1,340,090, 50.54%] for all ZIPs in Los Angeles, California. Load Chart

Source: U.S. Census Bureau (2020) DHC

Comparison Bar Chart showing Gender (male vs female) Population that compares all ZIPs in Los Angeles, CA, the U.S. Census Place, Los Angeles County, the State of California, and the United States National Average. Load Chart

Source: U.S. Census Bureau (2020) DHC

Males: The # of Males from the 2020 Census. This is not a forecast for the future, but an exact count for this geographic area at the time of the Census. Each respondent self-identified their gender on the survey, as they were asked to indicate their gender assigned at birth. This information is important for healthcare planning, policy making, social research, and economic planning and development.1,925,67549.39%
Females: The # of Females from the 2020 Census. This is not a forecast for the future, but an exact count for this geographic area at the time of the Census. Each respondent self-identified their gender on the survey, as they were asked to indicate their gender assigned at birth. This information is important for healthcare planning, policy making, social research, and economic planning and development.1,973,07250.61%
Median Age: The Median Age of all persons from the 2020 Census for this geographic area. Median age is the middle age of the population. Half the people are older than the average age and half area younger. Median Age can relate how young or old a geographic area is compared to others.36.5 years
Male Median Age: The Median Age of all Males from the 2020 Census for this geographic area. The Male Median Age is the actual average from the 2020 Census, not an estimate or future projection. Median Age is the average age of the population. Half of the population is older and the other half is younger. Gender is self-reported by individuals when asked about their sex at birth.35.7 years
Female Median Age: The Median Age of all Females from the 2020 Census for this geographic area. The Female Median Age is the actual average from the 2020 Census, not an estimate or future projection. Median Age is the average age of the population. Half of the population is older and the other half is younger. Gender is self-reported by individuals when asked about their sex at birth.37.3 years

Data for the U.S. Census Place.

Pie Chart showing population of Males [1,925,675, 49.39%] vs Females [1,973,072, 50.61%] for the U.S. Census Place. Load Chart

Source: U.S. Census Bureau (2020) DHC Places

Population by Age & Gender

Median Age: The Median Age of the Total Population from the 2020 Census for this geographic area. Median age is the middle age of the population. Half the people area older than the average age and half are younger. Median Age can relate how young or old a geographic area is compared to others. 26.3

Male Median Age: The Median Age of all Males from the 2020 Census for this geographic area. The Male Median Age is the actual average from the 2020 Census, not an estimate or future projection. Median Age is the average age of the population. Half of the population is older and the other half is younger. Gender is self-reported by individuals when asked about their sex at birth. 25.8

Female Median Age: The Median Age of all Females from the 2020 Census for this geographic area. The Female Median Age is the actual average from the 2020 Census, not an estimate or future projection. Median Age is the average age of the population. Half of the population is older and the other half is younger. Gender is self-reported by individuals when asked about their sex at birth. 26.5

Line Chart showing the population by Age Group and Gender of all ZIPs in Los Angeles, California. One line shows the Total population in that age group, another line shows the Male population for that age group, and the last line shows the Female population for the given age group. A table also provides the same information. Load Chart

Source: U.S. Census Bureau (2020) DHC

Group< 55-910-1415-1920-2425-2930-3435-3940-4445-4950-5455-5960-6465-6970-7475-7980-8485+
Male67,94474,28779,62883,266105,294128,591126,369108,60091,79983,40681,53674,29364,65250,88636,64223,39715,75214,938
Female65,37770,68676,36482,757108,198129,172121,979102,33688,99882,78080,07975,56969,49258,14245,68132,13223,34926,999
Total133,321144,973155,992166,023213,492257,763248,348210,936180,797166,186161,615149,862134,144109,02882,32355,52939,10141,937

Average Income per Household

Bar Chart showing Average Income per Household for all ZIPs in Los Angeles, CA, the U.S. Census Place, Los Angeles County, the state of California, and the United States National Average. Load Chart

Source: U.S. Census 2016-2021 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates. Table DP03. SELECTED ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

Income Estimate Over Time

Line Chart showing Median Income Estimates from 2011 until 2021 of Median Household Income, Median Family Income, Median Nonfamily Income, Median Male Income, and Median Female Income for all ZIPs in Los Angeles, California. A table also provides the same information. Load Chart

Source: U.S. Census 2011-2021 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates. DP03. SELECTED ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

Income Type20112102201320142015201620172018201920202021
Median Household Income$47,898$47,763$47,501$47,687$48,892$51,135$54,400$58,506$61,920$64,840$68,959
Median Family Income$58,963$60,099$60,528$61,870$63,249$66,491$71,369$75,043$80,224$82,431$86,881
Median NonFamily Income$34,726$34,175$34,210$34,698$35,311$36,351$38,302$41,333$45,008$47,017$49,811
Median Male Income$44,352$43,528$44,653$44,662$45,925$47,097$49,256$51,213$54,051$58,521$59,784
Median Female Income$38,290$39,417$39,296$40,306$39,693$41,417$43,434$45,542$46,847$50,068$52,416

Average House Value

Bar Chart showing Average House Value for all ZIPs in Los Angeles, California, the U.S. Census Place, Los Angeles County, California, and the United States National Average. Load Chart

Source: U.S. Census 2016-2021 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates. Table DP03. SELECTED ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

Population Estimate Over Time

Line Chart showing Population Estimates from 2011 until 2021 for all ZIPs in Los Angeles, California and Decennial U.S. Census lines for 2010 and 2020 actual population. A table also provides the same information. Load Chart

Source: U.S. Census 2011-2021 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates. DP05. DEMOGRAPHIC AND HOUSING ESTIMATES

Group201020112102201320142015201620172018201920202021
Population Estimate--2,574,8052,589,9642,601,0652,618,1132,641,2292,652,7782,674,5382,676,0952,689,1322,686,8782,654,316
Decennial Census2,590,421%>------------------2,651,370--

Pie Chart & Table (ZIPs)Comparison ChartPie Chart & Table (Place)

Employment Status

Employed: Employed includes all civilians 16 years old and over who were either (1) "at work" -- those who did any work at all during the reference period as paid employees, worked in their own business or profession, worked on their own farm, or worked 15 hours or more as unpaid workers on a family farm or in a family business; or (2) were "with a job but not at work" -- those who did not work during the reference period but had jobs or businesses from which they were temporarily absent due to illness, bad weather, industrial dispute, vacation, or other personal reasons.1,302,20060.27%
Unemployed: All civilians 16 years old and over are classified as unemployed if they (1) were neither "at work" nor "with a job but not at work" during the reference period, and (2) were actively looking for work during the last 4 weeks, and (3) were available to accept a job. Also included as unemployed are civilians who did not work at all during the reference period, were waiting to be called back to a job from which they had been laid off, and were available for work except for temporary illness.113,6275.26%
Not In Labor Force: Not in labor force includes all people 16 years old and over who are not classified as members of the labor force. This category consists mainly of students, housewives, retired workers, seasonal workers interviewed in an off season who were not looking for work, institutionalized people, and people doing only incidental unpaid family work (less than 15 hours during the reference period).744,89334.47%

All ZIP Codes assigned this City name by the USPS.

Pie Chart showing Employment Status of those Employed [1,302,200, 60.27%], Unemployed [113,627, 5.26%], and Not In the Labor Force [744,893, 34.47%] for all ZIPs in Los Angeles, CA. A table also provides the same information. Load Chart

Source: U.S. Census 2016-2021 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates. Table DP03. SELECTED ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

Bar Chart showing Employment Status that compares all ZIPs in Los Angeles, CA, the U.S. Census Place, Los Angeles County, the State of California, and the United States National Average. Load Chart

Source: U.S. Census 2016-2021 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates. Table DP03. SELECTED ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

Employed: Employed includes all civilians 16 years old and over who were either (1) "at work" -- those who did any work at all during the reference period as paid employees, worked in their own business or profession, worked on their own farm, or worked 15 hours or more as unpaid workers on a family farm or in a family business; or (2) were "with a job but not at work" -- those who did not work during the reference period but had jobs or businesses from which they were temporarily absent due to illness, bad weather, industrial dispute, vacation, or other personal reasons.1,968,85161.57%
Unemployed: All civilians 16 years old and over are classified as unemployed if they (1) were neither "at work" nor "with a job but not at work" during the reference period, and (2) were actively looking for work during the last 4 weeks, and (3) were available to accept a job. Also included as unemployed are civilians who did not work at all during the reference period, were waiting to be called back to a job from which they had been laid off, and were available for work except for temporary illness.162,3805.08%
Not In Labor Force: Not in labor force includes all people 16 years old and over who are not classified as members of the labor force. This category consists mainly of students, housewives, retired workers, seasonal workers interviewed in an off season who were not looking for work, institutionalized people, and people doing only incidental unpaid family work (less than 15 hours during the reference period).1,066,45433.35%

Data for the U.S. Census Place.

Pie Chart showing Employment Status of those Employed [1,968,851, 61.57%], Unemployed [162,380, 5.08%], and Not In the Labor Force [1,066,454, 33.35%] for the U.S. Census Place. A table also provides the same information. Load Chart

Source: U.S. Census 2016-2021 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates. Table DP03. SELECTED ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS (Places)

Gross Rent Paid

Less than $500: Gross rent is the monthly rent plus the estimated average monthly cost of utilities (electricity, gas, water and sewer) and fuels (oil, coal, kerosene, wood, etc.) fuels. This shows the number of renter-occupied units paying cash rent (excluding one-family houses on ten or more acres) and percentage which paid under $500 per month.36,5355.61%
$500 to $999: Gross rent is the monthly rent plus the estimated average monthly cost of utilities (electricity, gas, water and sewer) and fuels (oil, coal, kerosene, wood, etc.). This shows the number of renter-occupied units paying cash rent (excluding one-family houses on ten or more acres) and percentage which paid between $500 to $999 per month.86,99813.36%
$1,000 to $1,499: Gross rent is the monthly rent plus the estimated average monthly cost of utilities (electricity, gas, water and sewer) and fuels (oil, coal, kerosene, wood, etc.). This shows the number of renter-occupied units paying cash rent (excluding one-family houses on ten or more acres) and percentage which paid between $1,000 to $1,499 per month.180,97527.78%
$1,500 to $1,999: Gross rent is the monthly rent plus the estimated average monthly cost of utilities (electricity, gas, water and sewer) and fuels (oil, coal, kerosene, wood, etc.). This shows the number of renter-occupied units paying cash rent (excluding one-family houses on ten or more acres) and percentage which paid between $1,500 to $1,999 per month.145,73522.37%
$2,000 to $2,499: Gross rent is the monthly rent plus the estimated average monthly cost of utilities (electricity, gas, water and sewer) and fuels (oil, coal, kerosene, wood, etc.). This shows the number of renter-occupied units paying cash rent (excluding one-family houses on ten or more acres) and percentage which paid between $2,000 to $2,499 per month.88,77113.63%
$2,500 to $2,999: Gross rent is the monthly rent plus the estimated average monthly cost of utilities (electricity, gas, water and sewer) and fuels (oil, coal, kerosene, wood, etc.). This shows the number of renter-occupied units paying cash rent (excluding one-family houses on ten or more acres) and percentage which paid between $2,500 to $2,999 per month.46,5347.14%
$3,000 or more: Gross rent is the monthly rent plus the estimated average monthly cost of utilities (electricity, gas, water and sewer) and fuels (oil, coal, kerosene, wood, etc.). This shows the number of renter-occupied units paying cash rent (excluding one-family houses on ten or more acres) and percentage which paid $3,000 or more per month.52,5608.07%
No Rent: Gross rent is the monthly rent plus the estimated average monthly cost of utilities (electricity, gas, water and sewer) and fuels (oil, coal, kerosene, wood, etc.). This shows the number of renter-occupied units paying cash rent (excluding one-family houses on ten or more acres) and percentage which pay no rent per month.13,2682.04%

All ZIP Codes assigned this City name by the USPS.

Pie Chart showing Gross Rent Paid by renters for all ZIPs in Los Angeles, CA. A table also provides the same information. Load Chart

Source: U.S. Census 2016-2021 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates. Table Table DP04. SELECTED HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS

Pie Chart & Table (ZIPs)Comparison ChartPie Chart & Table (Place)

Health Insurance

Private Insurance: Census Estimate of the Civilian non-institutionalized people with private health insurance for all ZIPs. Private health insurance is a plan provided through an employer or union; a plan purchased by an individual from an insurance company; or TRICARE or other military health coverage.1,345,74948.24%
Public Insurance: Census Estimate of the Civilian non-institutionalized people with public health insurance for all ZIPs. Public coverage includes the federal programs Medicare, Medicaid and other medical assistance programs, VA and CHAMPVA Health Care; the Children?s Health Insurance Program (CHIP); and individual state health plans. The ACS questionnaire does not specifically ask about these types of coverage, but respondents who indicate these types of coverage are counted as having public coverage.1,138,16040.80%
No Insurance: Census Estimate of the Civilian non-institutionalized people with no health insurance of any kind for all ZIPs. People whose only health coverage is Indian Health Service are uninsured as IHS is not considered comprehensive coverage.305,54310.95%

All ZIP Codes assigned this City name by the USPS.

Pie Chart showing Civilian non-institutionalized people with Private [1,345,749, 48.24%], Public [1,138,160, 40.80%], or No Health Insurance [305,543, 10.95%]coverage of individuals for all ZIPs in Los Angeles, CA. A table also provides the same data. Load Chart

Source: U.S. Census 2017-2021 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates. Table DP03. SELECTED ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

Stacked Column Chart showing Civilian non-institutionalized people with Private, Public, or No Health Insurance coverage that compares all ZIPs in Los Angeles, CA, the U.S. Census Place, Los Angeles County, the State of California, and the United States National Average. Load Chart

Source: 2017-2021 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates. Table DP03. SELECTED ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

Private Insurance: Census Estimate of the Civilian non-institutionalized people with private health insurance for this U.S. Census Place. Private health insurance is a plan provided through an employer or union; a plan purchased by an individual from an insurance company; or TRICARE or other military health coverage.2,134,05951.66%
Public Insurance: Census Estimate of the Civilian non-institutionalized people with public health insurance for this U.S. Census Place. Public coverage includes the federal programs Medicare, Medicaid and other medical assistance programs, VA and CHAMPVA Health Care; the Children?s Health Insurance Program (CHIP); and individual state health plans. The ACS questionnaire does not specifically ask about these types of coverage, but respondents who indicate these types of coverage are counted as having public coverage.1,581,66638.29%
No Insurance: Census Estimate of the Civilian non-institutionalized people with no health insurance of any kind for this U.S. Census Place. People whose only health coverage is Indian Health Service are uninsured as IHS is not considered comprehensive coverage.415,50910.06%

Data for the U.S. Census Place.

Pie Chart showing Civilian non-institutionalized people with Private [2,134,059, 51.66%], Public [1,581,666, 38.29%], or No Health Insurance [415,509, 10.06%] coverage for individuals in the U.S. Census Place. A table also provides the same data. Load Chart

Source: U.S. Census 2017-2021 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates. Table DP03. SELECTED ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS (Places)

Other Los Angeles Demographics

# Residential Mailboxes: The number of active residential delivery mailboxes and centralized units. This excludes PO Boxes and all other contract box types.1,009,445
# Business Mailboxes: The number of active business delivery mailboxes and centralized units. This excludes PO Boxes and all other contract box types.95,844
Total Delivery Receptacles: The total number of delivery receptacles. This includes curb side mailboxes, centralized units, PO Boxes, NDCBU, and contract boxes. This count is for Residential and Business combined.1,197,052
Single Family Delivery Units: Total count of single family mail delivery receptacles; generally analogous to homes.450,628
Multi Family Delivery Units: Total count of multifamily mail delivery receptacles; generally analogous to apartments.468,024
# of Businesses: The total number of Business Establishments. Data taken from Business Census 2021.82,854
1st Quarter Payroll: The total payroll for the first quarter. Data taken from Business Census 2021.$20,039,432,000
Annual Payroll: The total annual payroll . Data taken from Business Census 2021.$87,089,956,000
# of Employees: The total number of employees for all ZIP Codes in this City. Data taken from Business Census 2021.1,023,929

All ZIP Codes assigned this City name by the USPS.

Cities near Los Angeles, CA

  1. Huntington Park, CA (~2.12 miles)
  2. Maywood, CA (~3.71 miles)
  3. South Gate, CA (~4.19 miles)
  4. Compton, CA (~4.25 miles)
  5. Lynwood, CA (~4.30 miles)
  6. Bell Gardens, CA (~4.70 miles)
  7. Inglewood, CA (~4.76 miles)
  8. Gardena, CA (~6.18 miles)
  9. Hawthorne, CA (~6.94 miles)
  10. Paramount, CA (~7.09 miles)
  11. Downey, CA (~7.25 miles)
  12. Carson, CA (~7.83 miles)
  13. Torrance, CA (~7.87 miles)
  14. Monterey Park, CA (~7.97 miles)
  15. Montebello, CA (~8.48 miles)
  16. Lawndale, CA (~8.55 miles)
  17. Culver City, CA (~8.73 miles)
  18. Long Beach, CA (~8.77 miles)
  19. Bellflower, CA (~9.12 miles)
  20. Alhambra, CA (~9.26 miles)

References

  1. U.S. Postal Service [Last Updated: 5/1/2024], https://www.usps.com
  2. ZIP-Codes.com Internal Data Creation [Last Updated: 5/1/2024], https://www.zip-codes.com
  3. U.S. Geological Survey [Updated as needed], https://www.usgs.gov
  4. U.S. Census [Updated Yearly], https://www.census.gov
  5. U.S. Census 2020 [Decennial] [Last Updated: 5/25/2023], https://www.census.gov
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