Demographics

Statistical Data About Downtown Stockton

Downtown Stockton is a district in the City of Stockton and its historic and civic center. Stockton is the 13th largest city in California, an inland port, and home to regional rail, water, and street transportation. Explore Downtown Stockton’s data related to population, employment, and income.

Population

3 Mile150,561
5 Mile286,597

Daytime Population (3 Miles)

Employees70,202 (2012)
Businesses5,452 (2012)

Household Income

Average$45,330
Median$35,470

Available Real Estate Spaces

Sq. Ft. Office and Retail Available268,379 (2012)
Average Rate per Sq. Ft.$1.05 (2012)

Available Parking Spaces

Spaces at Covered Lots4,046
Spaces at Surface Lots1,353

Other Economics

Percentage of population in the labor force90%
Total owner-occupied housing units43%
Percentage of population with high school diploma or higher 64%

Notable Employers

EmployerEmployees
San Joaquin County Human Services1000 (2012 data)
City of Stockton838
Stockton Police Department603
San Joaquin County Superior Court310
Stockton Fire Department209 (2012 data)
San Joaquin Media Group 192
San Joaquin Regional Transit District198
San Joaquin District Attorney175
El Concilio, Council for Spanish Speaking170
Bank of Stockton200
California State University, Stanislaus111