Terrace

This Area At A Glance

Who lives in Terrace?

11,779 people live in Terrace. The median household income is $38,785.

Terrace is a neighborhood in San Bernardino with a total population of 11,779. It occupies approximately 1.32 square miles.

Overall, expenses in Terrace are 43% higher than the National Average. Most people in the neighborhood own their home, with 68% of households being occupied by owners.

As for the demographics in the neighborhood, the median age is 26, 46% of residents are married, and 68% of residents have at least one child. About 6% of adults here have a bachelor's degree or higher.

The overall risk of crime in Terrace is 31% lower than the National Average. As for weather, the average summer temperature is 79.6°F, while the average winter temperature is 54.4°F.

This area is zoned for Rialto Unified, which has approximately 26,167 students enrolled across 29 schools and is rated low overall based on student test scores. To see detailed information on the schools near any individual property, look that property up by street address.

Regarding weather, the average summer temperature is 79.6°F, while the average winter temperature is 54.4°F.

Financial

School

School District

This area is zoned for
RIALTO UNIFIED
This school district has
29
schools
There are
26,167
students enrolled in this district

Crime

Crime Risks

Risk of burglary
in this area is
51%
lower than the national average
Risk of assault
in this area is
47%
lower than the national average
Risk of robbery
in this area is
33%
lower than the national average
Risk of rape
in this area is
62%
lower than the national average
Risk of murder
in this area is
63%
higher than the national average
Risk of car theft
in this area is
44%
lower than the national average

Demographics

Census at a Glance

The median age is
26
Years Old
The most common education level in this area is
High School Diploma
Households with children are
68%
of all households in this area
The percent of people in this area who are married is
46%

Weather & Natural Disasters