The following demographic and economic information pertains to Sonoma County Supervisorial District 4 which comprises the north county and the cities of Cloverdale, Healdsburg, and Windsor with a total of 99,123 people and 36,208 households.
District 4 has a population of 99,123, which is expected to rise to 101,566 by 2020 according to ESRI Business Analyst predictions.
- 31% of residents are of Hispanic origin, tied for the highest percentage with District 5,
- A median age of 39.7 years old, and this is on par with the county average median age of 40.7 years,
- Per capita income of $32,952, expected to increase to $37,829 by 2020,
- District 4 is on par with Districts 3 & 5 with 18.5% of residents attaining a Bachelor’s degree. The educational attainment breakdown of District 4 residents is:
- 14% with less than a High School Diploma,
- 21.5% with a High School Diploma,
- 35.6% with some college,
- 18.5% with a Bachelor’s degree, and
- 10.5% with a Professional or Graduate degree.
Out of the 36,208 households in District 4, the median household income of $68,505 is the second highest in the county and households are relatively evenly distributed between income brackets:
- 15.5% make more than $150,000,
- 17.7% making between $100,000 and $150,000,
- 13.6% earning between $75,000 and $100,000,
- 16.2% earning between $50,000 and $75,000,
- 20.3% earning between $25,000 and $50,000, and
- 16.7% of households earning less than $25,000.
District 4 has 49,290 jobs, and 49,478 residents employed which is on par with the other districts. Jobs are spread over a variety of industries with the largest being:
- Education and Health Care at 15.4%,
- Manufacturing at 15%,
- Retail Trade at 11.9%,
- Professional and Business Services at 11.4%,
- Leisure and Hospitality at 10.8%,
- Government at 9.3%,
- Construction at 7.2%, and
- Wholesale Trade at 4%.
- Population will increase to 101,566
- Per capita income will increase to $37,829
- Households earning less than $25,000 will decrease to 13.5%