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San Joaquin County, California

San Joaquin County (; Spanish: San Joaquín, meaning "St. Joachim"), officially the County of San Joaquin is a county in the U.S. state of California. As of the 2010 census, the population was 685,306. The county seat is Stockton.

San Joaquin County, California
San Joaquin County
From top down: Downtown Stockton waterfront, Stanislaus River at Caswell Memorial State Park
Seal
Nickname(s):
"Sanwa"
Motto(s):
"Greatness grows here."
Interactive map of San Joaquin County
Location in the state of California
CountryUnited States
StateCalifornia
RegionSan Joaquin Valley
IncorporatedFebruary 18, 1850
Named forSan Joaquin River, which was named for St. Joachim
County seatStockton
Largest cityStockton
Government
• County AdministratorMonica Nino
Area
• Total1,426 sq mi (3,690 km2)
• Land1,391 sq mi (3,600 km2)
• Water35 sq mi (90 km2)
Highest elevation
3,629 ft (1,106 m)
Population
• Total704,379
• Estimate
(2019)
762,148
• Density490/sq mi (190/km2)
Time zoneUTC−8 (Pacific Standard Time)
• Summer (DST)UTC−7 (Pacific Daylight Time)
Area code(s)209
FIPS code06-077
GNIS feature ID277303
Websitewww.sjgov.org

San Joaquin County comprises the StocktonLodiTracy metropolitan statistical area within the regional San JoseSan FranciscoOakland combined statistical area. The county is located in Northern California's Central Valley just east of the very highly populated nine-county San Francisco Bay Area region and is separated from the Bay Area by the Diablo Range of low mountains with its Altamont Pass. One of the smaller counties in area in California, it has a high population density and is growing rapidly due to overflow from the Bay area's need for housing.

The City of San Joaquin, despite sharing its name with the county, is located in Fresno County.

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Gabriel Moraga named the San Joaquin River in 1806. The name was later extended to the San Joaquin Valley and San Joaquin County.

San Joaquin County was one of the original United States counties of California, created in 1850 at the time of statehood.

The county was named for the San Joaquin River which runs through it. In the early 19th century Lieutenant Gabriel Moraga, commanding an expedition in the lower great California Central Valley, gave the name of San Joaquin (meaning Joachim) to the San Joaquin River, which springs from the southern Sierra Nevada. San Joaquin County is the site of the San Joaquin Valley's first permanent residence.

Prior to incorporation in 1850, the area now encompassing San Joaquin County was inhabited by the Yokuts and Miwok native peoples. These communities lived in villages throughout the region, consuming diverse diets that reflected the flora and fauna of the California Delta. Acorns from Valley Oak trees, salmon runs on the San Joaquin, Mokelumne, Calaveras, and Stanislaus rivers, and Tule Elk were staples of the native diet, which was supplemented with various native berries and plants. The native population of San Joaquin County fell dramatically during a state-wide epidemic of malaria in 1828, and a subsequent rebellion of native peoples in the Central Valley, led by Chief Estanislao.

Between 1843 and 1846, during the era when California was a province of independent Mexico, five Mexican land grants were made in what would become San Joaquin County: Campo de los Franceses, Pescadero (Grimes), Pescadero (Pico), Sanjon de los Moquelumnes, and Thompson. The largest of these grants was the Rancho Campos de los Franceses, secured by Charles Weber and Guillermo Gulnac, which was eventually developed into the City of Stockton.

As the Gold Rush drew miners to the Sierra Nevada, Stockton grew into a major logistical and mercantile hub for the San Joaquin Valley and Mother Lode, which allowed for the City and County populations to rise significantly between 1850 and 1870. As the state's gold economy waned in the 1870s, San Joaquin County transitioned into a major national center of agriculture, which it remains to this day. Reclamation of the California delta, which began in 1869, strongly benefited this agricultural growth. The importance of agriculture to the region's economy led to the creation of a dynamic industrial engineering sector in Stockton, Lodi, and nearby Rio Vista in the 1880s. Notably, the Sperry Flour Company, Holt Manufacturing Company, the operation of R. G. LeTourneau, Samson Ironworks, and the canning empire of Tillie Lewis were firms of national and international significance. Holt Manufacturing, led by Benjamin Holt, would pioneer the industrial manufacturing and sales of the tractor, while R.G. LeTourneau patented the bulldozer in 1926.

Importance to railroads

The Central Pacific Railroad in the 1860s utilized San Joaquin County's exceptionally flat terrain to construct a rail line from Sacramento to Stockton and then southwest through Altamont Pass to the San Francisco Bay. In 1909, a second railroad, the Western Pacific, utilized the same route through Stockton to reach the Bay area. In the early 1900s, the Santa Fe Railroad constructed from Bakersfield and Fresno through Stockton north to reach Oakland. Smaller lines constructed at Stockton were the Tidewater Southern to Modesto and the Central California Traction to Sacramento. Both started as electrically powered. These railroads encouraged the growth of farms, orchards, and ranches in San Joaquin county and adjacent counties.

Tracy tire fire

On August 7, 1998, a tire fire ignited at S.F. Royster's Tire Disposal just south of Tracy on South MacArthur Drive, near Linne Rd. The tire dump held over 7 million illegally stored tires and was allowed to burn for more than two years before it was extinguished. Allowing the fire to burn was considered to be a better way to avoid groundwater contamination than putting it out. The cleanup cost $16.2 million and would up contaminating local groundwater anyway.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 1,426 square miles (3,690 km2), of which 1,391 square miles (3,600 km2) is land and 35 square miles (91 km2) (2.5%) is water. The county has a very low inland elevation and a very flat drainage basin for the San Joaquin River and its numerous tributaries. With the resulting exceptionally high water table, the county is a marshy and swampy delta with a tendency to flood in the Spring melting snow runoff from the Sierra Mountains.

The center of San Joaquin County is near Stockton at about 37°54'N 121°12'W (37.9,-121.2).

National protected area

2011

Population, race, and income
Total population 680,277
White 403,225 59.3%
Black or African American 50,400 7.4%
American Indian or Alaska Native 6,782 1.0%
Asian 97,902 14.4%
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander 3,427 0.5%
Some other race 78,817 11.6%
Two or more races 39,724 5.8%
Hispanic or Latino (of any race) 260,636 38.3%
Per capita income $22,857
Median household income $53,764
Median family income $60,725

Places by population, race, and income

Places by population and race
Place Type Population White Other
Asian Black or African
American
Native American
Hispanic or Latino
(of any race)
Acampo CDP 387 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 92.2%
August CDP 8,017 63.3% 27.1% 4.2% 2.2% 3.2% 70.6%
Collierville CDP 1,891 81.8% 17.1% 0.0% 1.2% 0.0% 23.1%
Country Club CDP 9,311 67.0% 20.7% 4.7% 6.4% 1.1% 36.4%
Dogtown CDP 2,407 91.4% 7.1% 1.5% 0.0% 0.0% 32.4%
Escalon City 7,106 90.8% 5.0% 1.6% 0.8% 1.8% 21.4%
Farmington CDP 299 75.9% 14.0% 0.0% 10.0% 0.0% 0.0%
French Camp CDP 4,702 70.8% 15.8% 2.2% 10.1% 1.1% 55.4%
Garden Acres CDP 10,516 60.5% 32.6% 2.4% 2.3% 2.1% 68.0%
Kennedy CDP 3,756 61.1% 28.8% 0.8% 9.2% 0.1% 81.2%
Lathrop City 17,488 51.4% 16.2% 24.4% 5.8% 2.1% 44.7%
Lincoln Village CDP 4,363 64.6% 23.2% 8.2% 3.3% 0.7% 30.5%
Linden CDP 1,874 94.1% 4.7% 0.0% 1.2% 0.0% 17.6%
Lockeford CDP 3,241 94.0% 5.9% 0.1% 0.0% 0.0% 31.1%
Lodi City 62,354 79.1% 11.7% 6.5% 1.7% 1.0% 33.8%
Manteca City 66,081 75.5% 13.2% 6.5% 3.5% 1.4% 37.4%
Morada CDP 4,481 66.3% 18.4% 12.2% 2.3% 0.8% 16.1%
Mountain House CDP 8,895 37.2% 13.0% 32.3% 13.6% 3.8% 17.8%
Peters CDP 697 83.8% 16.2% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 39.3%
Ripon City 14,021 86.7% 5.4% 5.4% 1.6% 1.0% 20.7%
Stockton City 289,926 45.6% 19.1% 21.8% 12.0% 1.6% 40.0%
Taft Mosswood CDP 1,406 30.4% 30.4% 16.1% 21.4% 1.6% 65.0%
Terminous CDP 367 93.7% 6.3% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%
Thornton CDP 783 73.1% 24.8% 1.0% 0.8% 0.4% 67.4%
Tracy City 81,115 53.9% 22.5% 16.0% 6.3% 1.4% 38.0%
Victor CDP 244 93.4% 6.6% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 21.7%
Waterloo CDP 227 81.5% 18.5% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 33.0%
Woodbridge CDP 4,153 77.4% 16.5% 6.0% 0.0% 0.0% 23.3%
Places by population and income
Place Type Population Per capita income Median household income Median family income
Acampo CDP 387 $25,012 $121,455 $121,455
August CDP 8,017 $12,109 $30,231 $32,769
Collierville CDP 1,891 $26,183 $52,083 $66,250
Country Club CDP 9,311 $23,248 $49,716 $54,493
Dogtown CDP 2,407 $27,074 $67,083 $80,750
Escalon City 7,106 $26,092 $61,855 $80,921
Farmington CDP 299 $25,878 $33,833 $44,861
French Camp CDP 4,702 $11,630 $41,993 $48,531
Garden Acres CDP 10,516 $13,553 $42,043 $46,176
Kennedy CDP 3,756 $11,450 $32,917 $38,723
Lathrop City 17,488 $20,506 $64,732 $65,256
Lincoln Village CDP 4,363 $26,777 $57,359 $62,463
Linden CDP 1,874 $32,553 $79,500 $78,125
Lockeford CDP 3,241 $19,916 $40,946 $51,968
Lodi City 62,354 $25,011 $49,318 $58,710
Manteca City 66,081 $23,823 $60,963 $66,933
Morada CDP 4,481 $40,146 $68,516 $85,351
Mountain House CDP 8,895 $30,915 $95,977 $103,271
Peters CDP 697 $30,941 $71,964 $78,261
Ripon City 14,021 $31,588 $75,934 $83,279
Stockton City 289,926 $20,082 $47,365 $51,684
Taft Mosswood CDP 1,406 $11,430 $31,597 $32,361
Terminous CDP 367 $44,594 $57,500 $51,000
Thornton CDP 783 $15,438 $46,250 $50,060
Tracy City 81,115 $26,846 $76,739 $83,073
Victor CDP 244 $24,507 $36,667 $81,667
Waterloo CDP 227 $29,955 $29,926 $91,518
Woodbridge CDP 4,153 $35,400 $65,867 $87,614

2010

Historical population
Census Pop.
18503,647
18609,435158.7%
187021,050123.1%
188024,34915.7%
189028,62917.6%
190035,45223.8%
191050,73143.1%
192079,90557.5%
1930102,94028.8%
1940134,20730.4%
1950200,75049.6%
1960249,98924.5%
1970290,20816.1%
1980347,34219.7%
1990480,62838.4%
2000563,59817.3%
2010685,30621.6%
2019 (est.)762,14811.2%
U.S. Decennial Census
1790–1960 1900–1990
1990–2000 2010–2015

The 2010 United States Census reported that San Joaquin County had a population of 685,306. The racial makeup of San Joaquin County was 349,287 (51.0%) White, 51,744 (7.6%) African American, 7,196 (1.1%) Native American, 98,472 (14.4%) Asian, 3,758 (0.5%) Pacific Islander, 131,054 (19.1%) from other races, and 43,795 (6.4%) from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 266,341 persons (38.9%). The Filipino American population was 46,447, just under half (47%) of all Asian Americans in San Joaquin County, and as of 1990 have been the largest population of Asian Americans in the county.

Population reported at 2010 United States Census
The County
Total
Population
two or
more races
Hispanic
or Latino
(of any race)
San Joaquin County 685,306 349,287 51,744 7,196 98,472 3,758 131,054 43,795 266,341
Total
Population
two or
more races
Hispanic
or Latino
(of any race)
Escalon 7,132 5,823 30 80 96 22 823 258 1,928
Lathrop 18,023 7,410 1,300 231 3,968 144 3,735 1,235 7,674
Lodi 62,134 42,662 517 560 4,293 105 11,164 2,833 22,613
Manteca 67,096 41,840 2,869 735 4,780 384 11,648 4,840 25,317
Ripon 14,297 11,392 221 125 599 36 1,208 716 3,177
Stockton 291,707 108,044 35,548 3,086 62,716 1,822 60,332 20,159 117,590
Tracy 82,922 43,724 5,953 715 12,229 747 13,173 6,381 30,557
Total
Population
two or
more races
Hispanic
or Latino
(of any race)
Acampo 341 169 0 1 3 8 136 24 199
August 8,390 3,914 224 183 358 20 3,110 581 5,897
Collierville 1,934 1,552 14 21 49 1 229 68 518
Country Club 9,379 5,744 472 159 628 42 1,537 797 3,790
Dogtown 2,506 2,040 15 23 57 2 253 116 638
Farmington 207 164 7 1 6 0 18 11 42
French Camp 3,376 1,678 410 31 163 11 920 163 1,748
Garden Acres 10,648 5,244 233 172 358 40 3,908 693 7,338
Kennedy 3,254 517 200 23 258 4 2,109 143 2,513
Lincoln Village 4,381 2,971 154 58 269 13 536 380 1,422
Linden 1,784 1,541 6 10 25 1 127 74 385
Lockeford 3,233 2,526 10 22 64 13 413 185 956
Morada 3,828 2,848 47 28 412 30 263 200 676
Mountain House 9,675 3,467 903 45 3,830 71 663 696 1,637
Peters 672 532 7 15 20 0 60 38 153
Taft Mosswood 1,530 443 192 10 183 1 617 84 1,099
Terminous 381 338 2 6 7 0 13 15 40
Thornton 1,131 554 43 3 45 1 443 42 770
Victor 293 177 0 7 19 0 79 11 150
Waterloo 572 450 0 5 21 1 77 18 152
Woodbridge 3,984 2,997 15 46 201 7 582 136 1,234
Total
Population
two or
more races
Hispanic
or Latino
(of any race)
All others not CDPs (combined) 70,496 48,526 2,352 795 2,815 232 12,878 2,898 26,128

2000

As of the census of 2000, there were 563,598 people, 181,629 households, and 134,768 families residing in the county. The population density was 403 people per square mile (156/km2). There were 189,160 housing units at an average density of 135 per square mile (52/km2). The racial makeup of the county was 58.1% White, 6.7% Black or African American, 1.1% Native American, 11.4% Asian, 0.4% Pacific Islander, 16.3% from other races, and 6.1% from two or more races. 30.5% of the population were Hispanic or Latino of any race. 9.3% were of German, 5.3% Irish and 5.0% English ancestry according to Census 2000. 66.4% spoke English, 21.3% Spanish, 2.2% Tagalog, 1.8% Mon-Khmer or Cambodian, 1.1% Vietnamese and 1.1% Hmong as their first language.

There were 181,629 households, out of which 40.5% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 54.3% were married couples living together, 14.0% had a female householder with no husband present, and 25.8% were non-families. 20.7% of all households were made up of individuals, and 8.4% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 3.00 and the average family size was 3.48.

In the county, the population was spread out, with 31.0% under the age of 18, 10.0% from 18 to 24, 28.8% from 25 to 44, 19.6% from 45 to 64, and 10.6% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 32 years. For every 100 females there were 99.9 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 97.2 males.

The median income for a household in the county was $41,282, and the median income for a family was $46,919. Males had a median income of $39,246 versus $27,507 for females. The per capita income for the county was $17,365. About 13.5% of families and 17.7% of the population were below the poverty line, including 23.7% of those under age 18 and 10.0% of those age 65 or over.

The United States Office of Management and Budget has designated San Joaquin County as the Stockton–Lodi, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area. The United States Census Bureau ranked the Stockton–Lodi, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area as the 76th most populous metropolitan statistical area of the United States as of July 1, 2012.

The Office of Management and Budget has further designated the Stockton–Lodi, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area as a component of the more extensive San Jose–San Francisco–Oakland, CA Combined Statistical Area, the 5th most populous combined statistical area and primary statistical area of the United States as of July 1, 2012.

County Government

The Government of San Joaquin County is defined and authorized under the California Constitution and California law as a general law county. Much of the Government of California is in practice the responsibility of county governments, such as the Government of San Joaquin County. The County government provides countywide services such as elections and voter registration, law enforcement, jails, vital records, property records, tax collection, public health, and social services. In addition the County serves as the local government for all unincorporated areas. Some chartered cities such as Stockton and Tracy provide their own municipal services such as police, public safety, libraries, parks and recreation, and zoning. Some other cities arrange to have the County provide some or all of these services on a contract basis.

The County government is composed of the elected five-member four-year-term board of supervisors (BOS), which operates in a legislative, executive, and quasi-judicial capacity; several other elected offices including the Sheriff, District Attorney, and Assessor; and numerous county departments and entities under the supervision of the county administrator.

As of January 2019, the supervisors are:

  • Miguel Villapudua (District 1 and Chair),
  • Katherine Miller (District 2),
  • Tom Patti (District 3 and Vice Chair),
  • Charles Winn (District 4), and
  • Bob Elliott (District 5).

In addition, several entities of the government of California have jurisdiction conterminous with San Joaquin County, such as the San Joaquin County Superior Court, and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation operates the Deuel Vocational Institution a state prison in unincorporated San Joaquin County near Tracy.

Policing

The San Joaquin County sheriff provides court protection and jail administration for the entire county. It provides patrol and detective services for the unincorporated areas of the county. Lathrop contracts with the Sheriff for its police services. Municipalities within the county that have municipal police departments are: Stockton, 310,000; Tracy, 89,000; Manteca, 77,000; Lodi, 65,000; Lathrop, 23,000 (sheriff contract); Ripon, 17,000; Escalon, 7,200,

Voter registration

Population and registered voters
Total population 680,277
Registered voters 293,957 43.2%
Democratic 128,530 43.7%
Republican 107,147 36.4%
Democratic–Republican spread +21,383 +7.3%
Independent 7,553 2.6%
Green 819 0.3%
Libertarian 1,300 0.4%
Peace and Freedom 686 0.2%
Americans Elect 12 0.0%
Other 1,410 0.5%
No party preference 46,500 15.8%

Cities by population and voter registration

City Population Registered voters
Democratic Republican D–R spread Other No party preference
Escalon 7,106 51.3% 31.0% 47.1% -16.1% 9.0% 16.5%
Lathrop 17,488 40.1% 49.3% 25.9% +23.4% 6.9% 20.5%
Lodi 62,354 45.5% 30.7% 50.2% -19.5% 7.0% 14.9%
Manteca 66,081 46.0% 39.0% 37.3% +1.7% 8.9% 18.3%
Ripon 14,021 56.0% 24.4% 54.9% -30.5% 8.0% 16.1%
Stockton 289,926 41.7% 52.7% 30.0% +22.7% 5.3% 14.0%
Tracy 81,115 41.7% 44.3% 30.2% +14.1% 7.4% 21.1%

Overview

In the United States House of Representatives, San Joaquin County is split between California's 9th and 10th congressional districts, represented by Jerry McNerney (DStockton) and Josh Harder (DTurlock), respectively.

In the California State Assembly, San Joaquin County is split between 3 legislative districts:

In the California State Senate, San Joaquin County is in the 5th Senate District, represented by Democrat Susan Eggman.

On November 4, 2008, San Joaquin County voted 65.5% for Proposition 8 which amended the California Constitution to ban same-sex marriages.

For most of its history, San Joaquin County has been a Republican-leaning swing county, voting for the national winner in all but 4 presidential elections (1884, 1948, 1960, 1976) from 1880 to 2012. In 2016, Hillary Clinton became the first Democratic Party candidate who lost nationally to win the county, and she did so by a sizable margin of around 14 points. On the other hand Donald Trump, posted the worst result in the county in history by a national Republican Party electoral college winner, being held to under 40% of the vote.

Presidential election results
San Joaquin County vote
by party in presidential elections
Year GOP DEM Others
2020 41.7% 121,098 55.6% 161,137 2.6% 7,546
2016 39.1% 88,936 53.3% 121,124 7.4% 16,942
2012 41.9% 86,071 55.5% 114,121 2.5% 5,172
2008 43.5% 91,607 54.1% 113,974 2.2% 4,727
2004 53.1% 100,978 45.8% 87,012 0.9% 1,874
2000 48.9% 81,773 47.7% 79,776 3.4% 5,690
1996 44.8% 65,131 46.3% 67,253 8.7% 12,756
1992 37.8% 58,355 41.2% 63,655 20.8% 32,200
1988 54.3% 75,309 44.5% 61,699 1.0% 1,445
1984 59.6% 81,795 39.2% 53,846 1.1% 1,572
1980 55.3% 64,718 35.5% 41,551 9.0% 10,594
1976 49.6% 50,277 48.0% 48,733 2.3% 2,351
1972 55.3% 61,646 39.5% 44,062 5.1% 5,761
1968 47.9% 47,293 42.6% 42,073 9.3% 9,223
1964 38.1% 36,546 61.7% 59,210 0.0% 83
1960 52.8% 48,441 46.7% 42,855 0.3% 361
1956 54.5% 44,491 45.2% 36,941 0.2% 168
1952 55.8% 45,512 43.4% 35,432 0.7% 587
1948 49.0%29,135 47.0% 27,908 3.9% 2,318
1944 47.2% 24,357 52.4% 27,074 0.3% 157
1940 46.3% 23,403 52.5% 26,536 1.1% 559
1936 25.6% 10,172 73.2% 29,078 1.1% 473
1932 32.1% 11,145 63.3% 21,929 4.4% 1,552
1928 61.1% 16,695 37.8% 10,343 1.0% 288
1924 48.9% 11,056 10.6% 2,397 40.4% 9,154
1920 60.9% 12,003 32.9% 6,487 6.1% 1,208
1916 38.0% 7,861 55.4% 11,454 6.5% 1,346
1912 0.2% 35 58.0% 7,969 41.7% 5,735
1908 52.2% 4,470 38.9% 3,331 8.9% 763
1904 61.6% 4,498 31.4% 2,293 6.9% 505
1900 52.0% 3,318 45.0% 2,873 2.9% 188
1896 48.8% 3,500 48.8% 3,500 2.3% 167
1892 42.0% 2,958 44.1% 3,106 13.7% 965
1888 47.3% 2,829 47.1% 2,822 5.5% 330
1884 50.3% 3,079 47.3% 2,898 2.3% 142
1880 51.5% 2,568 48.3% 2,409 0.1% 8

County crime

Number of incidents reported and crime rate per 1,000 persons for each type:

Population and crime rates (2009)
Population 680,277
Violent crime 5,531 8.13
Homicide 51 0.07
Forcible rape 148 0.22
Robbery 1,759 2.59
Aggravated assault 3,573 5.25
Property crime 16,971 24.95
Burglary 7,521 11.06
Larceny-theft 17,218 25.31
Motor vehicle theft 3,991 5.87
Arson 121 0.18

Cities crime

City population and crime rate (2012)
City Population Violent crimes Violent crime rate
per 1,000 persons
Property crimes Property crime rate
per 1,000 persons
Escalon 7,314 24 3.28 227 31.04
Lodi 63,718 280 4.39 2,599 40.79
Manteca 68,887 265 3.85 2,681 38.92
Ripon 14,662 6 0.41 297 20.26
Stockton 299,105 4,630 15.48 15,258 51.01
Tracy 85,047 145 1.70 2,158 25.37
DeRuosi Nut Headquarters

Agriculture

As of 2018, the gross value of agricultural production in the county was $2.6 billion. The top product was almonds, followed by grapes, milk, and walnuts.

San Joaquin County is home to one of the largest walnut processing facilities in the world, DeRuosi Nut. Another large company; Pacific State Bancorp (PSBC) was based here but was closed by the California Department of Financial Institutions on August 20, 2010.

Business and Industry

San Joaquin County is home to several large manufacturing, general services, and agricultural companies, including Archer Daniels Midland, Blue Shield of California, Dart Container, Holz Rubber Company, Kubota Tractors, Lodi Iron Works, Miller Packing Company, Pacific Coast Producers, Tiger Lines, Valley Industries, and Woodbridge-Robert Mondavi.[23]

As of 2019, about 260,000 people were employed in the county, with nearly 200,000 employed in private industry and about 44,500 employed for government.

As of 2013, the goods movement industry is also an important part of the local economy, with an Amazon fulfillment center in Tracy and the Port of Stockton.

San Joaquin County is home to 14 public school districts and numerous private schools.

District Name Enrollment Lang Arts Performance Math Performance
Escalon Unified 3,140 49.4% 46.0%
Lincoln Unified 8,712 50.9% 51.3%
Linden Unified 2,758 44.4% 45.9%
Lodi Unified 31,266 38.0% 43.1%
Manteca Unified 23,643 42.7% 42.4%
Ripon Unified 3,014 58.3% 60.3%
Stockton Unified 38,617 29.1% 38.2%
Tracy Unified 17,375 44.3% 41.2%
Averages for all Districts 45.5% 48.5%

On June 8, 2010 Lammersville Unified School District was approved in Mountain House.

The San Joaquin Delta Community College District is composed of San Joaquin Delta College located in Stockton and covers San Joaquin County as well as Rio Vista in Solano County, Galt in Sacramento County, and a large portion of Calaveras County.

A private university, the University of the Pacific, has its main campus in Stockton.

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San Joaquin County is in the Sacramento television market, and thus receives Sacramento media.

The Record, The Manteca Bulletin, and The Lodi News-Sentinel are daily newspapers. Bilingual Weekly News publishes a weekly newspaper in both Spanish and English. Tracy Press also publishes a weekly newspaper.

Big Monkey Group publishes four Stockton magazines: Weston Ranch Monthly, Brookside Monthly, Spanos Park Monthly and On the Mile. Caravan is a local community arts and events monthly tabloid. The Central Valley Business Journal is a monthly business tabloid. Karima Magazine is a popular/consumer magazine covering the Central Valley as well as newsworthy events in the Bay Area. San Joaquin Magazine is a regional lifestyle magazine covering Stockton, Lodi, Tracy, and Manteca. The Downtowner is a free monthly guide to downtown Stockton's events, commerce, real estate, and other cultural and community happenings.

Poets' Espresso Review is a periodical that has been based in Stockton, mostly distributed by mail, since summer of 2005. Artifact is a San Joaquin Delta College periodical based in Stockton since December 2006, featuring writing in all genres, photography, and visual media by students, staff and faculty as well as community members. The Pacifican, University of the Pacific's newspaper since 1908 features News, Opinion, Lifestyles, and Sports pertinent to the Pacific campus and surrounding Stockton community.

The television show Sons of Anarchy was set in Charming, California, a fictional town in San Joaquin County. Several scenes throughout the series take place in Stockton.

Major highways

Public transportation

San Joaquin Regional Transit District provides city bus service within Stockton. RTD also runs intercity routes throughout the county, and subscription commuter routes to Livermore, Pleasanton, Sacramento, and Santa Clara County.

The cities of Lodi, Escalon, Manteca, Tracy and Ripon operate their own bus systems.

Train and bus service

Greyhound buses and Amtrak trains both stop in Stockton. Amtrak's Oakland-Stockton-Fresno-Bakersfield San Joaquins trains stop at the San Joaquin Street Station. This is the former Santa Fe Railroad station in Stockton. Amtrak's Sacramento-Stockton-Fresno- Bakersfield "San Joaquin" trains stop at the Robert J. Cabral Station which is also used by Altamont Corridor Express trains to San Jose which originate in Stockton. This is the former Southern Pacific Railroad station in Stockton. RTD Hopper is a public bus service operated by San Joaquin Regional Transit connecting Stockton to Ripon, Manteca, Tracy, Lodi, and Lathrop.

Airports

Stockton Metropolitan Airport features passenger service to Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Diego, and Phoenix, AZ, along with cargo service and general aviation. Other general aviation airports in the county include Lodi Airport, Tracy Municipal Airport, and New Jerusalem Airport.

Port

Port of Stockton is a major inland deepwater port in Stockton, California, located on the San Joaquin River before it joins the Sacramento River to empty into Suisun Bay, eighty miles inland. The port sits on about 4,200 acres (17 km2), and occupies an island in the Sacramento–San Joaquin River Delta.

Cities

Census-designated places

Unincorporated communities

Population ranking

The population ranking of the following table is based on the 2010 census of San Joaquin County.

county seat

Rank City/Town/etc. Municipal type Population (2010 Census)
1 Stockton City 291,707
2 Tracy City 82,922
3 Manteca City 67,096
4 Lodi City 62,134
5 Lathrop City 18,023
6 Ripon City 14,297
7 Garden Acres CDP 10,468
8 Mountain House CDP 9,675
9 Country Club CDP 9,379
10 August CDP 8,390
11 Escalon City 7,132
12 Lincoln Village CDP 4,381
13 Woodbridge CDP 3,984
14 Morada CDP 3,828
15 French Camp CDP 3,376
16 Kennedy CDP 3,254
17 Lockeford CDP 3,233
18 Dogtown CDP 2,506
19 Collierville CDP 1,934
20 Linden CDP 1,784
21 Taft Mosswood CDP 1,530
22 Thornton CDP 1,131
23 Peters CDP 672
24 Waterloo CDP 572
25 Terminous CDP 381
26 Acampo CDP 341
27 Victor CDP 293
28 Farmington CDP 207
  1. Other = Some other race + Two or more races
  2. Native American = Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander + American Indian or Alaska Native
  3. Percentage of registered voters with respect to total population. Percentages of party members with respect to registered voters follow.
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San Joaquin County California Language Watch Edit 160 160 Redirected from Stockton Lodi CA MSA San Joaquin County ˌ s ae n hw ɑː ˈ k iː n Spanish San Joaquin meaning St Joachim officially the County of San Joaquin is a county in the U S state of California As of the 2010 census the population was 685 306 5 The county seat is Stockton 7 San Joaquin County CaliforniaCountySan Joaquin CountyFrom top down Downtown Stockton waterfront Stanislaus River at Caswell Memorial State ParkSealNickname s Sanwa 1 Motto s Greatness grows here Interactive map of San Joaquin CountyLocation in the state of CaliforniaCountryUnited StatesStateCaliforniaRegionSan Joaquin ValleyIncorporatedFebruary 18 1850 2 Named forSan Joaquin River which was named for St JoachimCounty seatStocktonLargest cityStocktonGovernment County AdministratorMonica Nino 3 Area Total1 426 sq mi 3 690 km2 Land1 391 sq mi 3 600 km2 Water35 sq mi 90 km2 Highest elevation 4 3 629 ft 1 106 m Population April 1 2010 5 Total704 379 Estimate 2019 6 762 148 Density490 sq mi 190 km2 Time zoneUTC 8 Pacific Standard Time Summer DST UTC 7 Pacific Daylight Time Area code s 209FIPS code06 077GNIS feature ID277303Websitewww wbr sjgov wbr org San Joaquin County comprises the Stockton Lodi Tracy metropolitan statistical area within the regional San Jose San Francisco Oakland combined statistical area The county is located in Northern California s Central Valley just east of the very highly populated nine county San Francisco Bay Area region and is separated from the Bay Area by the Diablo Range of low mountains with its Altamont Pass One of the smaller counties in area in California it has a high population density and is growing rapidly due to overflow from the Bay area s need for housing The City of San Joaquin despite sharing its name with the county is located in Fresno County Contents 1 History 1 1 Importance to railroads 1 2 Tracy tire fire 2 Geography 2 1 National protected area 3 Demographics 3 1 2011 3 1 1 Places by population race and income 3 2 2010 3 3 2000 4 Metropolitan statistical area 5 Government and policing 5 1 County Government 5 2 Policing 6 Politics 6 1 Voter registration 6 1 1 Cities by population and voter registration 6 2 Overview 7 Crime 7 1 County crime 7 2 Cities crime 8 Economy 8 1 Agriculture 8 2 Business and Industry 9 Education 10 Media 11 Transportation 11 1 Major highways 11 2 Public transportation 11 3 Train and bus service 11 4 Airports 11 5 Port 12 Communities 12 1 Cities 12 2 Census designated places 12 3 Unincorporated communities 12 4 Population ranking 13 See also 14 Notes 15 References 16 External linksHistory Edit Gabriel Moraga named the San Joaquin River in 1806 The name was later extended to the San Joaquin Valley and San Joaquin County San Joaquin County was one of the original United States counties of California created in 1850 at the time of statehood The county was named for the San Joaquin River which runs through it In the early 19th century Lieutenant Gabriel Moraga commanding an expedition in the lower great California Central Valley gave the name of San Joaquin meaning Joachim to the San Joaquin River which springs from the southern Sierra Nevada San Joaquin County is the site of the San Joaquin Valley s first permanent residence Prior to incorporation in 1850 the area now encompassing San Joaquin County was inhabited by the Yokuts and Miwok native peoples These communities lived in villages throughout the region consuming diverse diets that reflected the flora and fauna of the California Delta Acorns from Valley Oak trees salmon runs on the San Joaquin Mokelumne Calaveras and Stanislaus rivers and Tule Elk were staples of the native diet which was supplemented with various native berries and plants The native population of San Joaquin County fell dramatically during a state wide epidemic of malaria in 1828 and a subsequent rebellion of native peoples in the Central Valley led by Chief Estanislao Between 1843 and 1846 during the era when California was a province of independent Mexico five Mexican land grants were made in what would become San Joaquin County Campo de los Franceses Pescadero Grimes Pescadero Pico Sanjon de los Moquelumnes and Thompson The largest of these grants was the Rancho Campos de los Franceses secured by Charles Weber and Guillermo Gulnac which was eventually developed into the City of Stockton As the Gold Rush drew miners to the Sierra Nevada Stockton grew into a major logistical and mercantile hub for the San Joaquin Valley and Mother Lode which allowed for the City and County populations to rise significantly between 1850 and 1870 As the state s gold economy waned in the 1870s San Joaquin County transitioned into a major national center of agriculture which it remains to this day Reclamation of the California delta which began in 1869 strongly benefited this agricultural growth The importance of agriculture to the region s economy led to the creation of a dynamic industrial engineering sector in Stockton Lodi and nearby Rio Vista in the 1880s Notably the Sperry Flour Company Holt Manufacturing Company the operation of R G LeTourneau Samson Ironworks and the canning empire of Tillie Lewis were firms of national and international significance Holt Manufacturing led by Benjamin Holt would pioneer the industrial manufacturing and sales of the tractor while R G LeTourneau patented the bulldozer in 1926 Importance to railroads Edit The Central Pacific Railroad in the 1860s utilized San Joaquin County s exceptionally flat terrain to construct a rail line from Sacramento to Stockton and then southwest through Altamont Pass to the San Francisco Bay In 1909 a second railroad the Western Pacific utilized the same route through Stockton to reach the Bay area In the early 1900s the Santa Fe Railroad constructed from Bakersfield and Fresno through Stockton north to reach Oakland Smaller lines constructed at Stockton were the Tidewater Southern to Modesto and the Central California Traction to Sacramento Both started as electrically powered These railroads encouraged the growth of farms orchards and ranches in San Joaquin county and adjacent counties 8 Tracy tire fire Edit On August 7 1998 a tire fire ignited at S F Royster s Tire Disposal just south of Tracy on South MacArthur Drive near Linne Rd The tire dump held over 7 million illegally stored tires and was allowed to burn for more than two years before it was extinguished Allowing the fire to burn was considered to be a better way to avoid groundwater contamination than putting it out 9 The cleanup cost 16 2 million and would up contaminating local groundwater anyway 10 Geography EditAccording to the U S Census Bureau the county has a total area of 1 426 square miles 3 690 km2 of which 1 391 square miles 3 600 km2 is land and 35 square miles 91 km2 2 5 is water 11 The county has a very low inland elevation and a very flat drainage basin for the San Joaquin River and its numerous tributaries With the resulting exceptionally high water table the county is a marshy and swampy delta with a tendency to flood in the Spring melting snow runoff from the Sierra Mountains 12 The center of San Joaquin County is near Stockton at about 37 54 N 121 12 W 37 9 121 2 National protected area Edit San Joaquin River National Wildlife Refuge part Demographics Edit2011 Edit Population race and incomeTotal population 13 680 277 White 13 403 225 59 3 Black or African American 13 50 400 7 4 American Indian or Alaska Native 13 6 782 1 0 Asian 13 97 902 14 4 Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander 13 3 427 0 5 Some other race 13 78 817 11 6 Two or more races 13 39 724 5 8 Hispanic or Latino of any race 14 260 636 38 3 Per capita income 15 22 857Median household income 16 53 764Median family income 17 60 725Places by population race and income Edit Places by population and racePlace Type 18 Population 13 White 13 Other 13 note 1 Asian 13 Black or African American 13 Native American 13 note 2 Hispanic or Latino of any race 14 Acampo CDP 387 100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 92 2 August CDP 8 017 63 3 27 1 4 2 2 2 3 2 70 6 Collierville CDP 1 891 81 8 17 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 23 1 Country Club CDP 9 311 67 0 20 7 4 7 6 4 1 1 36 4 Dogtown CDP 2 407 91 4 7 1 1 5 0 0 0 0 32 4 Escalon City 7 106 90 8 5 0 1 6 0 8 1 8 21 4 Farmington CDP 299 75 9 14 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 French Camp CDP 4 702 70 8 15 8 2 2 10 1 1 1 55 4 Garden Acres CDP 10 516 60 5 32 6 2 4 2 3 2 1 68 0 Kennedy CDP 3 756 61 1 28 8 0 8 9 2 0 1 81 2 Lathrop City 17 488 51 4 16 2 24 4 5 8 2 1 44 7 Lincoln Village CDP 4 363 64 6 23 2 8 2 3 3 0 7 30 5 Linden CDP 1 874 94 1 4 7 0 0 1 2 0 0 17 6 Lockeford CDP 3 241 94 0 5 9 0 1 0 0 0 0 31 1 Lodi City 62 354 79 1 11 7 6 5 1 7 1 0 33 8 Manteca City 66 081 75 5 13 2 6 5 3 5 1 4 37 4 Morada CDP 4 481 66 3 18 4 12 2 2 3 0 8 16 1 Mountain House CDP 8 895 37 2 13 0 32 3 13 6 3 8 17 8 Peters CDP 697 83 8 16 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 39 3 Ripon City 14 021 86 7 5 4 5 4 1 6 1 0 20 7 Stockton City 289 926 45 6 19 1 21 8 12 0 1 6 40 0 Taft Mosswood CDP 1 406 30 4 30 4 16 1 21 4 1 6 65 0 Terminous CDP 367 93 7 6 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Thornton CDP 783 73 1 24 8 1 0 0 8 0 4 67 4 Tracy City 81 115 53 9 22 5 16 0 6 3 1 4 38 0 Victor CDP 244 93 4 6 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 7 Waterloo CDP 227 81 5 18 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 33 0 Woodbridge CDP 4 153 77 4 16 5 6 0 0 0 0 0 23 3 Places by population and incomePlace Type 18 Population 19 Per capita income 15 Median household income 16 Median family income 17 Acampo CDP 387 25 012 121 455 121 455August CDP 8 017 12 109 30 231 32 769Collierville CDP 1 891 26 183 52 083 66 250Country Club CDP 9 311 23 248 49 716 54 493Dogtown CDP 2 407 27 074 67 083 80 750Escalon City 7 106 26 092 61 855 80 921Farmington CDP 299 25 878 33 833 44 861French Camp CDP 4 702 11 630 41 993 48 531Garden Acres CDP 10 516 13 553 42 043 46 176Kennedy CDP 3 756 11 450 32 917 38 723Lathrop City 17 488 20 506 64 732 65 256Lincoln Village CDP 4 363 26 777 57 359 62 463Linden CDP 1 874 32 553 79 500 78 125Lockeford CDP 3 241 19 916 40 946 51 968Lodi City 62 354 25 011 49 318 58 710Manteca City 66 081 23 823 60 963 66 933Morada CDP 4 481 40 146 68 516 85 351Mountain House CDP 8 895 30 915 95 977 103 271Peters CDP 697 30 941 71 964 78 261Ripon City 14 021 31 588 75 934 83 279Stockton City 289 926 20 082 47 365 51 684Taft Mosswood CDP 1 406 11 430 31 597 32 361Terminous CDP 367 44 594 57 500 51 000Thornton CDP 783 15 438 46 250 50 060Tracy City 81 115 26 846 76 739 83 073Victor CDP 244 24 507 36 667 81 667Waterloo CDP 227 29 955 29 926 91 518Woodbridge CDP 4 153 35 400 65 867 87 6142010 Edit Historical populationCensus Pop 18503 647 18609 435158 7 187021 050123 1 188024 34915 7 189028 62917 6 190035 45223 8 191050 73143 1 192079 90557 5 1930102 94028 8 1940134 20730 4 1950200 75049 6 1960249 98924 5 1970290 20816 1 1980347 34219 7 1990480 62838 4 2000563 59817 3 2010685 30621 6 2019 est 762 148 6 11 2 U S Decennial Census 20 1790 1960 21 1900 1990 22 1990 2000 23 2010 2015 5 The 2010 United States Census reported that San Joaquin County had a population of 685 306 The racial makeup of San Joaquin County was 349 287 51 0 White 51 744 7 6 African American 7 196 1 1 Native American 98 472 14 4 Asian 3 758 0 5 Pacific Islander 131 054 19 1 from other races and 43 795 6 4 from two or more races Hispanic or Latino of any race were 266 341 persons 38 9 24 The Filipino American population was 46 447 just under half 47 of all Asian Americans in San Joaquin County 25 and as of 1990 have been the largest population of Asian Americans in the county 26 Population reported at 2010 United States CensusThe County Total Population White African American Native American Asian Pacific Islander other races two or more races Hispanic or Latino of any race San Joaquin County 685 306 349 287 51 744 7 196 98 472 3 758 131 054 43 795 266 341Incorporated cities Total Population White African American Native American Asian Pacific Islander other races two or more races Hispanic or Latino of any race Escalon 7 132 5 823 30 80 96 22 823 258 1 928Lathrop 18 023 7 410 1 300 231 3 968 144 3 735 1 235 7 674Lodi 62 134 42 662 517 560 4 293 105 11 164 2 833 22 613Manteca 67 096 41 840 2 869 735 4 780 384 11 648 4 840 25 317Ripon 14 297 11 392 221 125 599 36 1 208 716 3 177Stockton 291 707 108 044 35 548 3 086 62 716 1 822 60 332 20 159 117 590Tracy 82 922 43 724 5 953 715 12 229 747 13 173 6 381 30 557Census designated places Total Population White African American Native American Asian Pacific Islander other races two or more races Hispanic or Latino of any race Acampo 341 169 0 1 3 8 136 24 199August 8 390 3 914 224 183 358 20 3 110 581 5 897Collierville 1 934 1 552 14 21 49 1 229 68 518Country Club 9 379 5 744 472 159 628 42 1 537 797 3 790Dogtown 2 506 2 040 15 23 57 2 253 116 638Farmington 207 164 7 1 6 0 18 11 42French Camp 3 376 1 678 410 31 163 11 920 163 1 748Garden Acres 10 648 5 244 233 172 358 40 3 908 693 7 338Kennedy 3 254 517 200 23 258 4 2 109 143 2 513Lincoln Village 4 381 2 971 154 58 269 13 536 380 1 422Linden 1 784 1 541 6 10 25 1 127 74 385Lockeford 3 233 2 526 10 22 64 13 413 185 956Morada 3 828 2 848 47 28 412 30 263 200 676Mountain House 9 675 3 467 903 45 3 830 71 663 696 1 637Peters 672 532 7 15 20 0 60 38 153Taft Mosswood 1 530 443 192 10 183 1 617 84 1 099Terminous 381 338 2 6 7 0 13 15 40Thornton 1 131 554 43 3 45 1 443 42 770Victor 293 177 0 7 19 0 79 11 150Waterloo 572 450 0 5 21 1 77 18 152Woodbridge 3 984 2 997 15 46 201 7 582 136 1 234Other unincorporated areas Total Population White African American Native American Asian Pacific Islander other races two or more races Hispanic or Latino of any race All others not CDPs combined 70 496 48 526 2 352 795 2 815 232 12 878 2 898 26 1282000 Edit As of the census 27 of 2000 there were 563 598 people 181 629 households and 134 768 families residing in the county The population density was 403 people per square mile 156 km2 There were 189 160 housing units at an average density of 135 per square mile 52 km2 The racial makeup of the county was 58 1 White 6 7 Black or African American 1 1 Native American 11 4 Asian 0 4 Pacific Islander 16 3 from other races and 6 1 from two or more races 30 5 of the population were Hispanic or Latino of any race 9 3 were of German 5 3 Irish and 5 0 English ancestry according to Census 2000 66 4 spoke English 21 3 Spanish 2 2 Tagalog 1 8 Mon Khmer or Cambodian 1 1 Vietnamese and 1 1 Hmong as their first language There were 181 629 households out of which 40 5 had children under the age of 18 living with them 54 3 were married couples living together 14 0 had a female householder with no husband present and 25 8 were non families 20 7 of all households were made up of individuals and 8 4 had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older The average household size was 3 00 and the average family size was 3 48 In the county the population was spread out with 31 0 under the age of 18 10 0 from 18 to 24 28 8 from 25 to 44 19 6 from 45 to 64 and 10 6 who were 65 years of age or older The median age was 32 years For every 100 females there were 99 9 males For every 100 females age 18 and over there were 97 2 males The median income for a household in the county was 41 282 and the median income for a family was 46 919 Males had a median income of 39 246 versus 27 507 for females The per capita income for the county was 17 365 About 13 5 of families and 17 7 of the population were below the poverty line including 23 7 of those under age 18 and 10 0 of those age 65 or over Metropolitan statistical area EditThe United States Office of Management and Budget has designated San Joaquin County as the Stockton Lodi CA Metropolitan Statistical Area 28 The United States Census Bureau ranked the Stockton Lodi CA Metropolitan Statistical Area as the 76th most populous metropolitan statistical area of the United States as of July 1 2012 29 The Office of Management and Budget has further designated the Stockton Lodi CA Metropolitan Statistical Area as a component of the more extensive San Jose San Francisco Oakland CA Combined Statistical Area 28 the 5th most populous combined statistical area and primary statistical area of the United States as of July 1 2012 29 30 Government and policing EditMain article Government of San Joaquin County California Deuel Vocational Institution County Government Edit The Government of San Joaquin County is defined and authorized under the California Constitution and California law as a general law county 31 Much of the Government of California is in practice the responsibility of county governments such as the Government of San Joaquin County The County government provides countywide services such as elections and voter registration law enforcement jails vital records property records tax collection public health and social services In addition the County serves as the local government for all unincorporated areas 32 Some chartered cities such as Stockton and Tracy provide their own municipal services such as police public safety libraries parks and recreation and zoning Some other cities arrange to have the County provide some or all of these services on a contract basis The County government is composed of the elected five member four year term board of supervisors BOS which operates in a legislative executive and quasi judicial capacity several other elected offices including the Sheriff District Attorney and Assessor and numerous county departments and entities under the supervision of the county administrator 33 As of January 2019 the supervisors are Miguel Villapudua District 1 and Chair Katherine Miller District 2 Tom Patti District 3 and Vice Chair Charles Winn District 4 and Bob Elliott District 5 34 In addition several entities of the government of California have jurisdiction conterminous with San Joaquin County such as the San Joaquin County Superior Court and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation operates the Deuel Vocational Institution a state prison in unincorporated San Joaquin County near Tracy 35 36 Policing Edit The San Joaquin County sheriff provides court protection and jail administration for the entire county It provides patrol and detective services for the unincorporated areas of the county Lathrop contracts with the Sheriff for its police services Municipalities within the county that have municipal police departments are Stockton 310 000 Tracy 89 000 Manteca 77 000 Lodi 65 000 Lathrop 23 000 sheriff contract Ripon 17 000 Escalon 7 200 Politics EditVoter registration Edit Population and registered votersTotal population 13 680 277 Registered voters 37 note 3 293 957 43 2 Democratic 37 128 530 43 7 Republican 37 107 147 36 4 Democratic Republican spread 37 21 383 7 3 Independent 37 7 553 2 6 Green 37 819 0 3 Libertarian 37 1 300 0 4 Peace and Freedom 37 686 0 2 Americans Elect 37 12 0 0 Other 37 1 410 0 5 No party preference 37 46 500 15 8 Cities by population and voter registration Edit City Population 13 Registered voters 37 note 3 Democratic 37 Republican 37 D R spread 37 Other 37 No party preference 37 Escalon 7 106 51 3 31 0 47 1 16 1 9 0 16 5 Lathrop 17 488 40 1 49 3 25 9 23 4 6 9 20 5 Lodi 62 354 45 5 30 7 50 2 19 5 7 0 14 9 Manteca 66 081 46 0 39 0 37 3 1 7 8 9 18 3 Ripon 14 021 56 0 24 4 54 9 30 5 8 0 16 1 Stockton 289 926 41 7 52 7 30 0 22 7 5 3 14 0 Tracy 81 115 41 7 44 3 30 2 14 1 7 4 21 1 Overview Edit In the United States House of Representatives San Joaquin County is split between California s 9th and 10th congressional districts 38 represented by Jerry McNerney D Stockton and Josh Harder D Turlock respectively 39 In the California State Assembly San Joaquin County is split between 3 legislative districts 40 the 9th Assembly District represented by Democrat Jim Cooper the 12th Assembly District represented by Republican Heath Flora and the 13th Assembly District represented by Democrat Carlos Villapudua In the California State Senate San Joaquin County is in the 5th Senate District represented by Democrat Susan Eggman 41 On November 4 2008 San Joaquin County voted 65 5 for Proposition 8 which amended the California Constitution to ban same sex marriages 42 For most of its history San Joaquin County has been a Republican leaning swing county voting for the national winner in all but 4 presidential elections 1884 1948 1960 1976 from 1880 to 2012 In 2016 Hillary Clinton became the first Democratic Party candidate who lost nationally to win the county and she did so by a sizable margin of around 14 points On the other hand Donald Trump posted the worst result in the county in history by a national Republican Party electoral college winner being held to under 40 of the vote Presidential election resultsSan Joaquin County vote by party in presidential elections 43 Year GOP DEM Others2020 41 7 121 098 55 6 161 137 2 6 7 5462016 39 1 88 936 53 3 121 124 7 4 16 9422012 41 9 86 071 55 5 114 121 2 5 5 1722008 43 5 91 607 54 1 113 974 2 2 4 7272004 53 1 100 978 45 8 87 012 0 9 1 8742000 48 9 81 773 47 7 79 776 3 4 5 6901996 44 8 65 131 46 3 67 253 8 7 12 7561992 37 8 58 355 41 2 63 655 20 8 32 2001988 54 3 75 309 44 5 61 699 1 0 1 4451984 59 6 81 795 39 2 53 846 1 1 1 5721980 55 3 64 718 35 5 41 551 9 0 10 5941976 49 6 50 277 48 0 48 733 2 3 2 3511972 55 3 61 646 39 5 44 062 5 1 5 7611968 47 9 47 293 42 6 42 073 9 3 9 2231964 38 1 36 546 61 7 59 210 0 0 831960 52 8 48 441 46 7 42 855 0 3 3611956 54 5 44 491 45 2 36 941 0 2 1681952 55 8 45 512 43 4 35 432 0 7 5871948 49 0 29 135 47 0 27 908 3 9 2 3181944 47 2 24 357 52 4 27 074 0 3 1571940 46 3 23 403 52 5 26 536 1 1 5591936 25 6 10 172 73 2 29 078 1 1 4731932 32 1 11 145 63 3 21 929 4 4 1 5521928 61 1 16 695 37 8 10 343 1 0 2881924 48 9 11 056 10 6 2 397 40 4 9 1541920 60 9 12 003 32 9 6 487 6 1 1 2081916 38 0 7 861 55 4 11 454 6 5 1 3461912 0 2 35 58 0 7 969 41 7 5 7351908 52 2 4 470 38 9 3 331 8 9 7631904 61 6 4 498 31 4 2 293 6 9 5051900 52 0 3 318 45 0 2 873 2 9 1881896 48 8 3 500 48 8 3 500 2 3 1671892 42 0 2 958 44 1 3 106 13 7 9651888 47 3 2 829 47 1 2 822 5 5 3301884 50 3 3 079 47 3 2 898 2 3 1421880 51 5 2 568 48 3 2 409 0 1 8Crime EditCounty crime Edit Number of incidents reported and crime rate per 1 000 persons for each type Population and crime rates 2009 Population 13 680 277Violent crime 44 5 531 8 13 Homicide 44 51 0 07 Forcible rape 44 148 0 22 Robbery 44 1 759 2 59 Aggravated assault 44 3 573 5 25Property crime 44 16 971 24 95 Burglary 44 7 521 11 06 Larceny theft 44 45 17 218 25 31 Motor vehicle theft 44 3 991 5 87Arson 44 121 0 18Cities crime Edit City population and crime rate 2012 City Population 46 Violent crimes 46 Violent crime rate per 1 000 persons Property crimes 46 Property crime rate per 1 000 personsEscalon 7 314 24 3 28 227 31 04Lodi 63 718 280 4 39 2 599 40 79Manteca 68 887 265 3 85 2 681 38 92Ripon 14 662 6 0 41 297 20 26Stockton 299 105 4 630 15 48 15 258 51 01Tracy 85 047 145 1 70 2 158 25 37Economy Edit DeRuosi Nut Headquarters Agriculture Edit As of 2018 the gross value of agricultural production in the county was 2 6 billion 47 The top product was almonds followed by grapes milk and walnuts 47 San Joaquin County is home to one of the largest walnut processing facilities in the world DeRuosi Nut Another large company Pacific State Bancorp PSBC was based here but was closed by the California Department of Financial Institutions on August 20 2010 48 Business and Industry Edit San Joaquin County is home to several large manufacturing general services and agricultural companies including Archer Daniels Midland Blue Shield of California Dart Container Holz Rubber Company Kubota Tractors Lodi Iron Works Miller Packing Company Pacific Coast Producers Tiger Lines Valley Industries and Woodbridge Robert Mondavi 23 49 As of 2019 about 260 000 people were employed in the county with nearly 200 000 employed in private industry and about 44 500 employed for government 50 As of 2013 the goods movement industry is also an important part of the local economy with an Amazon fulfillment center in Tracy and the Port of Stockton 51 Education EditSan Joaquin County is home to 14 public school districts and numerous private schools District Name Enrollment Lang Arts Performance Math PerformanceEscalon Unified 3 140 49 4 46 0 Lincoln Unified 8 712 50 9 51 3 Linden Unified 2 758 44 4 45 9 Lodi Unified 31 266 38 0 43 1 Manteca Unified 23 643 42 7 42 4 Ripon Unified 3 014 58 3 60 3 Stockton Unified 38 617 29 1 38 2 Tracy Unified 17 375 44 3 41 2 Averages for all Districts 52 45 5 48 5 On June 8 2010 Lammersville Unified School District was approved in Mountain House 53 The San Joaquin Delta Community College District is composed of San Joaquin Delta College located in Stockton and covers San Joaquin County as well as Rio Vista in Solano County Galt in Sacramento County and a large portion of Calaveras County A private university the University of the Pacific has its main campus in Stockton Media EditThis section does not cite any sources Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources Unsourced material may be challenged and removed April 2020 Learn how and when to remove this template message San Joaquin County is in the Sacramento television market and thus receives Sacramento media The Record The Manteca Bulletin and The Lodi News Sentinel are daily newspapers Bilingual Weekly News publishes a weekly newspaper in both Spanish and English Tracy Press also publishes a weekly newspaper Big Monkey Group publishes four Stockton magazines Weston Ranch Monthly Brookside Monthly Spanos Park Monthly and On the Mile Caravan is a local community arts and events monthly tabloid The Central Valley Business Journal is a monthly business tabloid Karima Magazine is a popular consumer magazine covering the Central Valley as well as newsworthy events in the Bay Area San Joaquin Magazine is a regional lifestyle magazine covering Stockton Lodi Tracy and Manteca The Downtowner is a free monthly guide to downtown Stockton s events commerce real estate and other cultural and community happenings Poets Espresso Review is a periodical that has been based in Stockton mostly distributed by mail since summer of 2005 Artifact is a San Joaquin Delta College periodical based in Stockton since December 2006 featuring writing in all genres photography and visual media by students staff and faculty as well as community members The Pacifican University of the Pacific s newspaper since 1908 features News Opinion Lifestyles and Sports pertinent to the Pacific campus and surrounding Stockton community The television show Sons of Anarchy was set in Charming California a fictional town in San Joaquin County Several scenes throughout the series take place in Stockton Transportation EditMajor highways Edit Interstate 5 Interstate 205 Interstate 580 State Route 4 State Route 12 State Route 26 State Route 33 State Route 88 State Route 99 State Route 120 State Route 132 Public transportation Edit San Joaquin Regional Transit District provides city bus service within Stockton RTD also runs intercity routes throughout the county and subscription commuter routes to Livermore Pleasanton Sacramento and Santa Clara County The cities of Lodi Escalon Manteca Tracy and Ripon operate their own bus systems Train and bus service Edit vteSan Joaquin County Rail StationsLegend Amtrak San Joaquin to Sacramento Valley Rail to Natomas SAC 2023 Lodi Lodi 2023 Amtrak San Joaquinto Sacramento Stockton Stockton San Joaquin Street Amtrak San Joaquin Oakland Bakersfield North Lathrop 2023 Valley Link planned Valley Link planned River Islands Tracy Transit Center Mountain House to Dublin Pleasanton Altamont CorridorVision 2023 Lathrop Manteca Manteca Transit Center Ripon Tracy Altamont Corridor Express San Jose Ceres Greyhound buses and Amtrak trains both stop in Stockton Amtrak s Oakland Stockton Fresno Bakersfield San Joaquins trains stop at the San Joaquin Street Station This is the former Santa Fe Railroad station in Stockton Amtrak s Sacramento Stockton Fresno Bakersfield San Joaquin trains stop at the Robert J Cabral Station which is also used by Altamont Corridor Express trains to San Jose which originate in Stockton This is the former Southern Pacific Railroad station in Stockton RTD Hopper is a public bus service operated by San Joaquin Regional Transit connecting Stockton to Ripon Manteca Tracy Lodi and Lathrop Airports Edit Stockton Metropolitan Airport features passenger service to Los Angeles Las Vegas San Diego and Phoenix AZ along with cargo service and general aviation Other general aviation airports in the county include Lodi Airport Tracy Municipal Airport and New Jerusalem Airport Port Edit Port of Stockton is a major inland deepwater port in Stockton California located on the San Joaquin River before it joins the Sacramento River to empty into Suisun Bay eighty miles inland The port sits on about 4 200 acres 17 km2 and occupies an island in the Sacramento San Joaquin River Delta Communities EditCities Edit Escalon Lathrop Lodi Manteca Ripon Stockton county seat TracyCensus designated places Edit Acampo August Collierville Country Club Dogtown Farmington French Camp Garden Acres Kennedy Lincoln Village Linden Lockeford Morada Mountain House Peters Taft Mosswood Terminous Thornton Victor Waterloo Woodbridge Unincorporated communities Edit Atlanta Banta Goodmans Corner Mormon Vernalis YoungstownPopulation ranking Edit The population ranking of the following table is based on the 2010 census of San Joaquin County 54 county seat Rank City Town etc Municipal type Population 2010 Census 1 Stockton City 291 7072 Tracy City 82 9223 Manteca City 67 0964 Lodi City 62 1345 Lathrop City 18 0236 Ripon City 14 2977 Garden Acres CDP 10 4688 Mountain House CDP 9 6759 Country Club CDP 9 37910 August CDP 8 39011 Escalon City 7 13212 Lincoln Village CDP 4 38113 Woodbridge CDP 3 98414 Morada CDP 3 82815 French Camp CDP 3 37616 Kennedy CDP 3 25417 Lockeford CDP 3 23318 Dogtown CDP 2 50619 Collierville CDP 1 93420 Linden CDP 1 78421 Taft Mosswood CDP 1 53022 Thornton CDP 1 13123 Peters CDP 67224 Waterloo CDP 57225 Terminous CDP 38126 Acampo CDP 34127 Victor CDP 29328 Farmington CDP 207See also Edit California portal Conergy Irrigation district List of museums in the San Joaquin Valley List of school districts in San Joaquin County California National Register of Historic Places listings in San Joaquin County California San Joaquin County Historical Society and MuseumNotes Edit Other Some other race Two or more races Native American Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander American Indian or Alaska Native a b Percentage of registered voters with respect to total population Percentages of party members with respect to registered voters follow References Edit Zdenek Sean December 23 2015 Reading Sounds Closed Captioned Media and Popular Culture University of Chicago Press ISBN 9780226312811 via Google Books Chronology California State Association of Counties Retrieved February 6 2015 County Administrator Office San Joaquin County Retrieved January 9 2015 Boardman North Peakbagger com Retrieved April 19 2015 a b c State amp County QuickFacts United States Census Bureau Retrieved April 6 2016 a b American FactFinder Archived from the original on June 2 2013 Retrieved April 19 2019 Find a County National Association of Counties Retrieved June 7 2011 Wikipedia sites for the Southern Pacific Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Tidewater Southern and Central California Traction railroads Rubber Threat Tracy tire fire highlights old problem Lodi News Sentinel 18 August 1998 Breitler Alex Byproducts from 1998 tire fire found in water Record 20 Dec 2005 2010 Census Gazetteer Files United States Census Bureau August 22 2012 Retrieved October 4 2015 Some of the richest remaining marsh habitats are in the Sacramento San Joaquin Delta has retained many of its original swamps and backwaters San Joaquin River Wikipedia site a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q U S Census Bureau American Community Survey 2011 American Community Survey 5 Year Estimates Table B02001 U S Census website Retrieved 2013 10 26 a b U S Census Bureau American Community Survey 2011 American Community Survey 5 Year Estimates Table B03003 U S Census website Retrieved 2013 10 26 a b U S Census Bureau American Community Survey 2011 American Community Survey 5 Year Estimates Table B19301 U S Census website Retrieved 2013 10 21 a b U S Census Bureau American Community Survey 2011 American Community Survey 5 Year Estimates Table B19013 U S Census website Retrieved 2013 10 21 a b U S Census Bureau American Community Survey 2011 American Community Survey 5 Year Estimates Table B19113 U S Census website Retrieved 2013 10 21 a b U S Census Bureau American Community Survey 2011 American Community Survey 5 Year Estimates U S Census website Retrieved 2013 10 21 U S Census Bureau American Community Survey 2011 American Community Survey 5 Year Estimates Table B01003 U S Census website Retrieved 2013 10 21 U S Decennial Census United States Census Bureau Retrieved October 4 2015 Historical Census Browser University of Virginia Library Retrieved October 4 2015 Forstall Richard L ed March 27 1995 Population of Counties by Decennial Census 1900 to 1990 United States Census Bureau Retrieved October 4 2015 Census 2000 PHC T 4 Ranking Tables for Counties 1990 and 2000 PDF United States Census Bureau April 2 2001 Retrieved October 4 2015 2010 Census P L 94 171 Summary File Data United States Census Bureau Profile of General Population and Housing Characteristics 2010 2010 Census Summary File 2 United States Census Bureau 2010 Archived from the original on January 2 2015 Retrieved January 2 2014 Dawn B Mabalon Ph D Rico Reyes Filipino American National Historical Society 2008 Filipinos in Stockton Arcadia Publishing p 8 ISBN 978 0 7385 5624 6 U S Census website United States Census Bureau Retrieved May 14 2011 a b OMB Bulletin No 13 01 Revised Delineations of Metropolitan Statistical Areas Micropolitan Statistical Areas and Combined Statistical Areas and Guidance on Uses of the Delineations of These Areas PDF Office of Management and Budget February 28 2013 Retrieved March 20 2013 via National Archives a b Table 1 Annual Estimates of the Population of Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas April 1 2010 to July 1 2012 2012 Population Estimates United States Census Bureau Population Division March 2013 Archived from the original CSV on April 1 2013 Retrieved March 20 2013 Table 2 Annual Estimates of the Population of Combined Statistical Areas April 1 2010 to July 1 2012 2012 Population Estimates United States Census Bureau Population Division March 2013 Archived from the original CSV on May 17 2013 Retrieved March 20 2013 Counties of California San Joaquin County website Retrieved December 29 2012 About County Government Guide to Government League of Women Voters of California Retrieved December 28 2012 San Joaquin County San Joaquin County Retrieved December 5 2019 Board of Supervisors San Joaquin County Retrieved January 9 2015 Deuel Vocational Institution California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Retrieved on June 6 2011 23500 Kasson Road Tracy CA 95376 Tracy city California Archived February 3 2008 at the Wayback Machine U S Census Bureau Retrieved on June 6 2011 a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q California Secretary of State February 10 2013 Report of Registration Archived July 27 2013 at the Wayback Machine Retrieved 2013 10 31 Counties by County and by District California Citizens Redistricting Commission Archived from the original on September 30 2013 Retrieved September 24 2014 California s 9th Congressional District Representatives amp District Map Civic Impulse LLC Retrieved March 9 2013 Communities of Interest Counties California Citizens Redistricting Commission Archived from the original on October 23 2015 Retrieved September 24 2014 Communities of Interest Counties California Citizens Redistricting Commission Archived from the original on October 23 2015 Retrieved September 24 2014 County Results Election Center 2008 Elections amp Politics from CNN com www cnn com Leip David Dave Leip s Atlas of U S Presidential Elections uselectionatlas org a b c d e f g h i j Office of the Attorney General Department of Justice State of California Table 11 Crimes 2009 Archived December 2 2013 at the Wayback Machine Retrieved 2013 11 14 Only larceny theft cases involving property over 400 in value are reported as property crimes a b c United States Department of Justice Federal Bureau of Investigation Crime in the United States 2012 Table 8 California Retrieved 2013 11 14 a b Goldeen Joe Almonds top grapes to become SJ s biggest crop recordnet com Retrieved October 11 2019 DRR FDIC Failed Bank Information Bank Closing Information for Pacific State Bank Stockton CA www fdic gov Lodi City website Employment by Industry Not Seasonally Adjusted in San Joaquin County www labormarketinfo edd ca gov Retrieved October 11 2019 San Joaquin County s Goods Movement System PDF University of the Pacific A statewide average for this value is not computed by the California Department of Education Voters approve Lammersville school unification Tracy press June 8 2010 Retrieved June 8 2010 Promotions Center for New Media and US Census Bureau 2010 Census www census gov External links EditWikimedia Commons has media related to San Joaquin County California Official website San Joaquin County Office of Emergency Services OES San Joaquin County Office of Education San Joaquin County Superior Court South San Joaquin Irrigation District Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title San Joaquin County California amp oldid 1049629069 Metropolitan statistical area, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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