Glendale Population 2018

Year Population Growth Growth Rate
2016245,8952,6871.10%
2015243,2083,3391.39%
2014239,8692,7291.15%
2013237,1403,6001.54%
2012233,5404,2561.86%
2011229,2842,5631.13%
2010226,7217,9093.61%
2000218,81270,67847.71%
1990148,13450,96252.45%
198097,17260,944168.22%
197036,22820,335127.95%
196015,8937,71494.31%
19508,1793,32468.47%
19404,8551,19032.47%
19303,66592833.91%
19202,7370.00%

Glendale Race Data

Race Population Percentage
White183,40774.59%
Some Other Race15,3316.23%
Black or African American13,3415.43%
Two or More Races9,6233.91%
Asian9,5343.88%
American Indian and Alaska Native3,2541.32%
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander3540.14%

Population Pyramid

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Glendale Housing Indicators

Indicator Value
Median Number of Rooms (per House)
5.2
Houses Without Mortgage
11,174
Houses With Mortgage
32,723
Vacancy Rate
12.1
Median Rent
864
Median Home Value
148,200
Renter-Occupied Units
35,255
Owner-Occupied Units
43,897
Total Housing Units
90,049

This chart shows the employment and labor force participation rates in Glendale for residents over 16 years of age. The 2015 unemployment rate is 5.7% and the labor force participation rate is 63.8%.

Glendale Family/Household Indicators

Indicator Value
Unmarried Partner Households (Same Sex)
0.7
Unmarried Partner Households (Opposite Sex)
7.8
Non Family Households
0
Female Householder (no husband) Families
13754
Male Householder (no wife) Families
4612
Married Couple Families
35005
Average Family Size
3.56
Average Household Size
2.92