Business Demographics

Sunnyvale is a diverse community with a residential population of approximately 147,055 and a workforce population of approximately 53,049 (based on the 2014 Business License Database). Residents are well educated with forty-six percent holding at least an associate's degree (2011 Census).

Business Economic Profile (PDF) 

Sunnyvale Community Fact Sheet (PDF) 

City of Sunnyvale Facts

Santa Clara County Population
1990 - 1,497,577
2002 - 1,699,357
2004 - 1,731,400
2006 - 1,648,486
2008 - 1,808,056
2009 - 1,857,621
2010 - 1,880,876
2011 - 1,794,337
2012 - 1,816,486
2013 - 1,842,254
2014 - 1,853,677

Sunnyvale Population
1990 - 117,229
2002 - 133,215
2004 - 131,700
2005 - 132,555
2006 - 133,544
2007 - 135,721
2008 - 137,538
2009 - 138,826 
2010 - 140,450 
2011 - 141,099 
2012 - 142,896
2013 - 145,864
2014 - 147,055

Total Housing Units - City
1990 - 51,229
2002 - 53,143
2003 - 53,151
2004 - 53,474
2005 - 54,802
2006-  55,045
2007-  55,174
2008-  55,414
2009-  55,570
2010-  55,730
2012-  56,183
2013 - 56,462
2014 - 56,989

Public School Enrollment, K-12
2013 - 15,129

Private School Enrollment, K-12

2013 - 4,011

Sources: Sunnyvale Chamber of Commerce, Santa Clara County Planning Office, State Department of Finance, Sunnyvale School District, 2010-2012 Census Community Surveys, dq.cde.ca.gov/dataquest (Public School Enrollment: 2013)

Updated: June 2014

 

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