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The City of San Pablo is an ethnically and culturally diverse city. San Pablo has become a thriving residential and business community. A unique and growing city, San Pablo welcomes the opportunity to work with you.

The mission of the San Pablo Economic Development Corporation (San Pablo EDC) is to develop, diversify, and stabilize the local economy.

Programs and Services: 
The SPEDC offers workshops, training, and classes for businesses, entrepreneurs, and individuals. Offerings are a mix of programs that we develop and deliver ourselves as well as those provided by partner organizations.

Business: We value our businesses, and we tailor campaigns, workshops, and classes to meet clients’ needs and advance goals. We partner with other professional organizations to provide you with the best resources and a more vibrant mix of contacts. Our goal is to advance not only your skills, marketing, and effectiveness but also your professional network. Let us know how we can help your business grow and succeed.

Workforce: We provide our workforce access to education and training, including job readiness, skills training, and bilingual computer literacy programs. We aim to provide paths to gainful employment in areas of the economy that are stable or growing so that our workforce is a capable, adaptable and able to advance careers. Refer to our complete list of programs to see the training and certification options available.”

Quick Facts


  • Population: 29,139
  • Number of Households: 8,761
  • Median Household Income: $43,506
  • Education: 36.5% have completed at least some college

A Breakdown of Who Lives in San Pablo

The table below provides a snapshot of San Pablo by the numbers -- population and housing figures from the 2010 Census. Additional demographic and economic information is available from the Association of Bay Area Governments' (ABAG's) Data Center (

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census, 2010 Demographic Profile SF, DP-1 

 In households   28,698   98.5%
 In group quarters  441  1.5%
 Total  29,139  100.0%
 White  9,391  32.2%
 Black or African American  4,600  15.8%
 American Indian and Alaska Native  244  0.8%
 Asian  4,353  14.9%
 Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 172   0.6%
 Some other race  8,812  30.2%
 Two or more races  1,567  5.4%
 Hispanic or Latino and Race
 Hispanic or Latino (of any race)  16,462  56.5%
 Not Hispanic or Latino  12,677   43.5%
 White  2,944   10.1%
 Black or African American   4,446  15.3%
 American Indian and Alaska Native  73  0.3%
 Asian  4,281  14.7%
 Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander  156  0.5% 
 Some other race  109  0.4%
 Two or more races  668  2.3%


 Male   14,480  49.7%
 Female  14,659  50.3%
 Under 5 years   2,414  8.3%
 5 to 19 years  6,764  23.2%
 20 to 64 years  17,397  59.6%
 65 years and over  2,564  8.8%
 Median age (years)  31.6  
 Total households  8,761  100.0%
 Family households  6,358  72.6%
 Families with children under 18  3,524  40.2%
 Average household size  3.28  (X)
 Average family size  3.83  (X)
 Housing Occupancy
 Total housing units  9,571  100.0%
 Occupied housing units  8,761  91.5%
 Owner-occupied housing units  4,110  46.9%
 Renter-occupied housing units  4,651  53.1%
 Vacant housing units  810  8.5%
 For rent  421  4.4%
 For sale  134  1.4%
Updated October 17, 2012

Above data and additional sex, age, race & housing data available in other formats below: