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QUINCY CALIFORNIA DEMOGRAPHICS


Elevation -- 3,409
    ClimateBased on data reported by http://www.wrcc.dri.edu/cgi-bin/cliMAIN.pl?caquin+nca
    
    JanuaryAv temp(F) 34.8
High(F) 45.4
Low(F) 24.2
Precip(in) 7.37
    FebruaryAv temp(F) 39.4
High(F) 52.3
Low(F) 26.5
Precip(in) 6.18
    MarchAv temp(F) 43.4
High(F) 57.7
Low(F) 29.1
Precip(in) 5.29
    AprilAv temp(F) 47.9
High(F) 64.3
Low(F) 31.5
Precip(in) 2.63
    MayAv temp(F) 55.8
High(F) 74.3
Low(F) 37.2
Precip(in) 1.65
    JuneAv temp(F) 62.7
High(F) 83.3
Low(F) 42.1
Precip(in) .76
    JulyAv temp(F) 67.5
High(F) 91.1
Low(F) 43.8
Precip(in) .18
    AugustAv temp(F) 65.6
High(F) 89.8
Low(F) 41.4
Precip(in) .3
    SeptemberAv temp(F) 60.6
High(F) 84.2
Low(F) 37
Precip(in) .72
    OctoberAv temp(F) 52.4
High(F) 73.3
Low(F) 31.4
Precip(in) 2.59
    NovemberAv temp(F) 42.3
High(F) 55.9
Low(F) 28.6
Precip(in) 1.5
    DecemberAv temp(F) 39.6
High(F) 45.9
Low(F) 33.2
Precip(in) 7.3

INCOME

Plumas, California
Plumas is one of 58 counties in California. It is not part of a Metropolitan Area. Plumas County had a population of 18,627 as of 2016.

  PER CAPITA PERSONAL INCOME

In 2015 Plumas County had a per capita personal income (PCPI) of $30,842.

CENSUS 2010 FOR ZIP CODE 95971

POPULATION
    TOTAL POPULATIONNUMBER/PERCENT
4,995 / 100
  SEX AND AGE
    MALENUMBER/PERCENT
3080 / 49.8
    FEMALENUMBER/PERCENT
3106 / 50.2
    UNDER AGE 5NUMBER/PERCENT
274 / 4.4
    18 YEARS AND OVERNUMBER/PERCENT
4759 / 76.9
    65 YEARS AND OVERNUMBER/PERCENT
891 / 16.9
    MEDIAN AGE (YEARS)41.8

HOUSING
    HOUSEHOLD POPULATIONNUMBER/PERCENT
6078 / 98.3
    AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE2.26
    AVERAGE FAMILY SIZE2.8
    TOTAL HOUSING UNITS3161
    OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITSNUMBER/PERCENT
2690 / 85.1
    OWNER OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITSNUMBER/PERCENT
1716 / 63.8
    RENTER OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITSNUMBER/PERCENT
974 / 36.2
    VACANT HOUSING UNITSNUMBER/PERCENT
471 / 14.9

SOCIAL CHARACTERISTICS
    POPULATION 25 YEARS AND OVER4207
    HIGHSCHOOL GRADUATE OR HIGHERNUMBER/PERCENT
3832 / 91.1
    BACHELORS DEGREE OR HIGHERNUMBER/PERCENT
841 / 20.0
  ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
    LABOR FORCE (16 YEARS AND OVER)NUMBER/PERCENT
3084 / 62.7
    MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME (1999)36,938
    MEDIAN FAMILY INCOME (1999)50,150
    PERCAPITA INCOME (1999)20,374
    FAMILIES BELOW POVERTY LEVELNUMBER/PERCENT
114 / 6.6
    INDIVIDUALS BELOW POVERTY LEVELNUMBER/PERCENT
676 / 11.2

HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS
    SINGLE FAMILY OWNER OCCUPIED HOMES1,258
    MEDIAN VALUES (DOLLARS)135,100

U.S.CENSUS BUREAU FACT SHEETS - AMERICAN FACTFINDER

2000 CENSUS DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE

www.census.gov

  

Average Price of 3 BR 2 BA home in the Quincy Area

    Average asking price from local realtors 2/2006$376,000

EMPLOYMENT BY OCCUPATION, 2000
    OccupationNumber/Percent
    Management, professional and relatedNumber/Percent
2,555 / 30%
    Service OccupationsNumber/Percent
1,676 / 20%
    Sales and office occupationsNumber/Percent
1,931 / 23%
    Farming, fishing, and forestry occupationsNumber/Percent
167 / 2%
    Construction, extraction, maintenanceNumber/Percent
1,038 / 12%
    Production, transportation, material movingNumber/Percent
1,153 / 14%
    Total, All occupationsNumber/Percent
8,520 / 100%

Distance to Major Markets (from County Seat)

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City Distance / (Miles) / Direction

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Los Angeles / 553 / South


San Francisco / 251 / Southwest


Reno / 90 / East


Sacramento / 171 / South


Portland / 519 / North


Seattle / 691 / North


Denver / 1,140 / East


Phoenix / 810 / Southeast


Salt Lake City / 606 / East


Overview of Highway System

There is one major highway in Plumas County, State Highway 70. It connects the county east to Reno and Interstate 80, and west to Oroville and the Sacramento Valley. West of the County Seat of Quincy, Highway 70 is winding. East of Quincy the road is straighter and faster except when traveling through Portola where it has a
speed zone.


Other Highways in Plumas County include State Highway 89, which connects north to Lassen National Park and south to Truckee and Lake Tahoe. It is fast and straight as it travels along the west shore of Lake Almanor and as it follows State Highway 70 from Quincy to Blairsden.


State Highway 36 connects Plumas County to Red Bluff and Interstate 5 to the west, and Susanville and U.S. Highway 395 north to the east. Highway 36 is fast except for a speed zone in Chester.


State Highway 147 is a short-cut from State Highway 89 to State Highway 36 between Quincy and Susanville.


State Highway 49 has a short section in Plumas County. It primarily connects Lassen County with Sierra County, but does provide a connection from Vinton and Chilcoot to Loyalton.


Commercial/Commuter Airports

Name /Miles/ Airlines Connections


Sacramento International Airport / 150 / All major domestic commercial airlines Numerous domestic destinations and international connections


San Francisco International Airport / 250 / All major domestic and international commercial airlines
Numerous domestic and international destinations


Reno / 72 / United, American, Delta, Southwest All National and international connections available


General Aviation Airports

Name / Location / Charter Services / Runway Length / Tower / FBO / Fuel


Quincy Gansner Quincy / Yes / 4,100 ft. / No / Yes / Yes


Chester Rogers Field Chester / Yes / 6,000 ft. / No / Yes / Yes


Beckworth Nervino Portola/Beckworth / Yes / 4,650 ft. / No / Yes / Yes


OVERNIGHT CARRIERS

Name / Services / Incoming:Guar. Delivery Time / Outgoing:Last Drop-Off Time


Federal Express Overnight West Coast/Priority 2-Day
Overnight or one day depending upon distance / 12:30


UPS Priority overnight, two-day, etc./End of following business day/9:00 a.m.


U.S. Mail / Overnight, Express Priority East to Nevada and on West for interstate and north/ 12:45 / 5:00

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