Milpitas / ɪ ˈ pitə / is a city in Santa Clara County, California. It's bordered on San Jose south and Fremont north, at the east end of the state highway 237. With Alameda on the border directly north, Milpitas is on the north end of the Gulf of South, bordering the East Bay and Fremont. Milpitas is also in Silicon Valley. The headquarters of Maxtor, LSI Corporation, Adaptec, Intersil, FireEye, Viavi and Lumentum (formerly JDSU), KLA-Tencor, San Disk and View, Inc. are all located in the Milpitas industrial zones. Flex and Cisco also have offices in Milpitas. The population is 66,790 in the 2010 population census.
It is located in ′ 37 ° 26 5 ″ N 121 ° 53 ′ 42 ″ W (37434586, -121,895059). Milpitas is in the northeast corner of Santa Clara Valley, south of San Francisco. Milpitas is often regarded as the suburb of San Jose on the Southern Gulf, a term used to represent the southern part of the San Francisco Bay Area.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 13.6 square miles (35.3 square kilometers). 13.6 square miles (35.2 square kilometers) of it is land and 0,050 square miles (0.13 square kilometers) of it is water.
The average height of Milpitas is 19 feet (6 meters). At Piedmont Road, Evans Street, and North Victoria Highway, the height is usually about 100 feet (30 meters), while the west sector is mostly at sea level. The highest point in Milpitas is the peak of 1.89m (393 meters) at the southeast ridge.
The 2010 United States Census reported that Milpitas had a population of about 66,790. The population density is 4,896.5 people per square mile (1,890.6/km). The Racial Ratio of Milpitas was 13.725 (20.5%) of the White, 1,969 (2.9%), 309 (0.5%), indigenous Americans, 41,536 (62.2%) from Asia, 346 (5% from the Island) Binh Duong, 5,811 (8.7%) from other races, and 3,094 (4.6%) from two or more races. The Hispanic or Latin origin of any race were 11,240 people (16.8%).19,184 households, of which 8,616 (44.9%) had children under 18 years of age with their parents, 12.231 (6.8% of whom are married) married, 2.279 (11.9 percent) were single women, 1,105 (5.8 percent) were single men. 760 (4.0%) people live alone, unmarried, and 100 (0.5%) couples live together. 2,470 households (12.9 percent) were created from individuals and 742 (3.9 percent) had a person aged 65 and over. The average size of households is 3.34. There are 15,615 households (81.4% of total households); the average family size is 3.61.
The population density is broadened with 15,303 people (22.9 percent) aged less than 18 years, 5,887 people (8.8 percent) aged between 18 and 24, 21,827 (32.7 percent) aged 25 to 44, 17.436 (26 persons) %) aged 45 to 64 and 6,339 (9.5%) aged 65 and over. The average age is 36.1 years old. 104.5 men per 100 woman. 100 women 18 and older, 104.6 men.
There were 19,806 housing units, on average 1,452.0 square miles (560.6 per kilometer), of which 12,825 (66.9%) were living owners and 6.359 (3.1%) were owned by the tenant. The proportion of unattended housing was 1.2%; the scale of the lease was 3.1 percent. 42,501 people (63.6 percent of the population) live in housing units that were owned and 21,591 people (32.3 percent) live in rented housing units.
According to the 2000 Census, Milpitas had 62,698 people, 17,132 households and 13,996 families living in the city. The population density is 1,785.2 / km² (4,622.9 per square mile). There are 17,364 housing units, on average 494.4/km (1,280.3 per square mile). Racial prevalence of the city is 51.81% of Asian people, 30.87% whites, 3.66% African-American people, 0.62% native Americans, 0.63% of Pacific people, 7.48% from other races and 4.94% from two or more ethnic groups. Spain or Latin of any race account for 16.61% of the population.
There are 17,132 households, of which 43.0 percent have children under 18 years of age living with their families, 65.1 percent are spouse living together, 10.9 percent are single women and 18.3 percent are left alone. 11.5% of households were created from individuals and 2.9% had a person living alone aged 65 and over. The average size of households is 3.47 and the average size of the household is 3.72.
In the city, the population has increased with 24.6 percent of people under 18 years of age, 9.5 percent from 18 to 24, 38.0 percent from 25 to 44, 20.9 percent from 45 to 64, and 7.0 percent from 65 years or older. The average age is 33 years old. 110.8 men out of every 100 women. 111.4 men per 100 woman of 18 years or older.
The average income per household in the city is $ 84,429, and the average income per family is $ 84,827 (these numbers increased to $ 85,186 and $ 91,232 according to the 2007 estimates). Men have an average income of $ 51,316 compared to $36,681 for women. The per capita income of the city is $ 27,823. About 3.3 percent of the family and 5.0 percent of the population lives below the poverty line, with 5.5 percent of those under 18 and 6.4 percent of those 65 and over.
Compared to the rural regions of California, being in Milpitas is more expensive, as it is in Silicon Valley. Compared to the residential or residential leasing services in the Southern Bays, Milpitas is considered to be a reasonable price. For example, a home for a temporary family that only lives within 1,300 square feet (140 meters) is sold for $600,000 to $ 700,000 in the city. These prices are slightly more reasonable than the rest of the San Francisco Bay Area, because a similar-sized house could cost more than one million dollars in richer cities such as Palo Alto, Cupertino or Saratoga. The reason for expensive housing in the Southern Gulf region is that of high-tech industries in the region, climate and mild, and strong foreign investment for housing on the West Coast. However, with a drop in the housing market, the average price in Milpitas fell from nearly $700,000 to less than $500,000 and the housing construction license for a new family fell from the average price of 2004 to $949,900 to $4.6 $00 in 2007.
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