Attractions, Statistics and Facts about Colusa County
Colusa County is in the central valley of California with a population of 22,548. The total number of households is 7,168 with 3.11 people per household on average. Total household expenditures in Colusa County are below the national average.
The median age of the current population is 32.99 with 6,692 people being married and 7,230 being single.
The employment numbers show that there are 62% white collar employees and 38% blue collar employees in Colusa County.
Crime rate in Colusa County is below the national average. The most frequent crime is Rape Risk while the least frequent is Robbery Risk.
Colusa County weather recorded temperatures between a high point in July of 93.00° F and a low point of 38.60° F in January. The air pollution index is of 88.00. The county seat is Colusa. Colusa County comprises of attractions including the Colusa County Courthouse, Grand Island Shrine, Arbuckle Depot, Arbuckle IOOF Building, Cecil Ranch, Colusa Carnegie Library, Colusa County Courthouse, Green House, Letts Valley, Old China Town District, Our Lady of Lourdes Church, St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, and Swift's Stone Corral. With 22,548 people, Colusa County is the 50th most populated county in the state of California out of 58 counties. The largest Colusa County racial/ethnic groups are Hispanic (57.4%) followed by White (37.5%) and Asian (2.0%). In 2015, the median household income of Colusa County residents was $52,168.