Apple Valley, California

San Bernardino County


Apple Valley is a city in San Bernardino County in the U.S. state of California, with around 69,100 inhabitants (as of 2010 census ). The city covers an area of ​​190.7 square kilometers.

The city is located in the southern part of the Mojave Desert, so the climate can be very hot especially in the summer months. About 40 degrees Celsius are often due to this geographical location in the summer measured at noon. Through several highways and freeways, the city 's traffic-technically relatively easy to reach.


The population was 69,135 at the 2010 census. The majority of these, just over 60 percent provide European-derived white dar. Hispanic immigrants ( Latinos ) are, however, with 30 percent nahzu also represented high. Minorities represent African-Americans and Asian -born immigrants, the former being represented more strongly than Asians with nearly 10 percent. Throughout the city, at the time of the 2010 census, there were approximately 23,600 households. For every 100 females were 96 men, while the median age was exactly 37 years.

In recent years and decades, the population of developed rapidly upward: even in 1970 it amounted to about 6,000, they increased tenfold within four decades. The 2000 census showed a population of 54,000, in particular, the number of Latinos has increased significantly since 2000. Also, the percentage of African Americans showed an increase, while whites are represented in percentage significantly weaker.

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