The following demographic and economic information pertains to Sonoma County Supervisorial District 1 which comprises the Sonoma Valley and east Santa Rosa with a total of 99,531 people and 42,043 households.
District 1 has a population of 99,531, which is expected to rise to 102,177 by 2020 according to ESRI Business Analyst predictions.
- 19% of residents are of Hispanic origin,
- A median age of 48.6 years old, and this the oldest median age in the county,
- Per capita income is $40,041, expected to remain the highest in Sonoma County and increase to $45,575 by 2020,
- 27% of residents in District 1 hold a Bachelor's Degree, the highest percentage of any supervisorial district in Sonoma County. The educational attainment breakdown of District 1 is:
- 9% with less than a High School Diploma,
- 16% with a High School Diploma,
- 32% with some college,
- 27% with a Bachelor’s degree, and
- 16% with a Professional or Graduate degree.
Out of the 42,043 households in District 1, the median household income of $63,527 falls in the middle of Sonoma County districts and income is spread relatively evenly through the income brackets.
- 16% make more than $150,000,
- 15.2% making between $100,000 and $150,000,
- 12.6% earning between $75,000 and $100,000,
- 16.8% earning between $50,000 and $75,000,
- 23.1% earning between $25,000 and $50,000, and
- 16.2% earn less than $25,000.
District 1 has 31,888 jobs and 46,809 residents employed. Jobs are spread over a variety of industries with the largest being:
- 22.4% in Education and Health Care,
- 15.5% in Leisure and Hospitality,
- 12.8% in Retail Trade, 9.9% in Professional and Business Services,
- 7.5% in Manufacturing, 6.2% in Construction,
- 3.3% in Real Estate,
- 3.2% in Government, and
- 3% in Financial Activities.
- Population will increase to 102,177
- Per capita income will increase to $45,575
- Households earning less than $25,000 will decrease to 13.4%