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Monterey Lifestyle Facts

Medical, Crime, Diversity and more



Monterey Medical Care
Hospital/Medical Center City Distance from City Accredited - Medicare.gov or JCAHO GPTR 99 City
Average
Community Hospital Monterey Peninsula Monterey In the city Yes 4 accredited hospitals within 10 miles of city



Monterey
Distance to Nearest Large City
(pop. > 200,000)
75 miles  to San Jose GPTR 99 City Average
72 miles



Monterey
Demographics (2010)
. . 99 City Avg
White 78.3% 80.7%
Black 2.8% 7.2%
Native American 0.5% 0.8%
Asian 7.9% 3.6%
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 0.3% 0.2%
Other 5.0% 4.4%
Multiple Races 5.1% 3.0%
Hispanic (of any race) 13.7% 11.6%



Monterey
Median Age (2010)
37 years GPTR 99 City Average
37 years



Monterey
Family Income & Housing
(2010)
. . 99 City Average
Total Housing Units 13,584 32,601
Occupied Housing Units 90% 83%
Vacant Housing Units (seasonal or recreational use) 10% 17%
Home Ownership Rate 36% 55%
Median Family Income $75,482 $69,596
Average Family Size 2.80 2.90



Monterey
Population Density
(2016 est.)
. . 99 City Avg
Land Area (sq mi) 8 36
People Per Square Mile 3,557 2,151



Monterey Crime
(crimes per 10,000 population)
. Total Crimes Violent Crimes Property Crimes
2017 466 44 422
2016 415 35 380
2015 398 48 350
2014 398 40 358
2013 419 41 378


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