Yucaipa is located in San Bernardino County, California. Yucaipa is in southern California and was previously occupied by the Serrano Indians for 1,000 years some say. The city was named after the Serrano’s name for the area, Yucaipat, meaning “green valley”.
According to the 2000 Census there were 41,207 people, 15,193 households, and 10,680 families living in Yucaipa. The city’s population density was 1,483.4 people per square mile. The median family income was $48,683 and $39,144 for a household. The income per capita was 18,949.
Yucaipa is racially made up of 79.5% White, 1.6% African American, 2.8% Asian, and 27.1% Hispanic residents. Out of the city’s 15,193 households 35.4% had children under the age of 18 years of age living at home and 54.2% were married couples living together. In the 10 proceeding years since the 2000 Census the city grew to 51,367 residents.
Yucaipa has parks and landmarks spread across the city including Yucaipa Regional Park, Flag Hill Veterans Memorial Park, and the Bryant Glen Sports Complex. There is also a newly established Wildwood Canyon State Park that can be found in the Yucaipa Yellow Pages or in the Yucaipa Business Directory.
Yucaipa has a type of Mediterranean climate that provides cold winters and hot, dry summers. During the summer the city is normally in the 90s during the day and in the50s at night. In the winter the city is normally in the 60s and 70s during the day and in the 40s at night. Yucaipa’s hottest months of the year are July and August however the highest recorded temperature in Yucaipa was 117 degrees and was in September. The city’s coldest month of the year is normally January and it holds the lowest recorded temperature for the city at 17 degrees.
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