City of Tracy Profile

The City of Tracy, with a population of nearly 90,000, is centered in a triangle formed by the major interstates of 580, 205 and 5. Tracy is conveniently situated an hour from Sacramento, San Francisco and San Jose and just a few hours from Los Angeles. Tracy is also convenient to the Bay Delta, Yosemite, Tahoe, and the San Francisco Bay.

The City of Tracy has established itself as an important suburb to the San Francisco Bay Area region with its solid base of small businesses, national retailers, and restaurants. With an ongoing commitment to providing high-quality, economical, responsive services to the local community, Tracy is well-positioned for future commercial, office, and industrial development.

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City of Tracy

Population

Total Population

89,965

Population
Growth Rate

0.97%

Median Age

33

Diversity Index

85.700

Housing & Income

Households

26,044

Total Housing Units

27,186


Owner Occupied

16,785

Renter Occupied

9,259

Vacant

1,142

Median Home Value

$401,353


Average Home Value

$444,378

Income
Growth Rate

Median
Household Income

0.81%


Per Capita Income

3.35%

Income Projection

Median Household

$83,824 $96,788


Average Household

$102,851 $122,227


Per Capita

$30,128 $35,518

Workforce

Total Businesses

2,459

Total Employed

29,260

Workers 16+

39,008

AG/Forestry/Fish/Hunting

Businesses

9

Employed

68

Mining

Businesses

0

Employed

0

Utilities

Businesses

3

Employed

16

Construction

Businesses

158

Employed

803

Manufacturing

Businesses

79

Employed

5,180

Wholesale Trade

Businesses

87

Employed

3,820

Some
High School

3,976

Graduated
High School

12,680

Associates
Degree

5,457

Bachelor's
Degree

9,740

Graduate
Degree

3,106

Average Commute Time

43 min.



Resident Commuters

17,495

Non-Resident Commuters

21,352

Drive Alone

28,923

Carpooled

6,101

Public

1,082

Work At Home

1,602