About the Data

The data used in this dashboard is provided by the State of California Finance Department report titled 'E-5 Population and Housing Estimates for Cities, Counties, and the State, 2011-2018 with 2010 Census Benchmark'. This report provides the revised population and housing estimates for January 1, 2011-2017 and provisional population and housing estimates for January 1, 2018 for the state, counties, and cities. The data is extracted and uploaded in Socrata manually on a yearly basis. 
The vacancy rate is the percentage of all available units in a rental property, such as a hotel, house, or apartment complex, that are vacant or unoccupied at a particular time. 

Vacancy Rates are Vital!

A high vacancy rate is an economic indicator of imbalance between supply and demand for vacant units. A prosperous economy correlates to a low vacancy rate due to high demand. Conversely, a high vacancy rate correlates to a surplus of units which could be due to an economic decline or over-construction of rental units.

Corona's Vacancy Rate

Corona's goal is to keep the vacancy rate below 4%. Corona currently has on of the lowest vacancy rates in Riverside County. A growing population, increase in local jobs, and other economic forces all contribute to the low vacancy rate we are currently experiencing within the City.

Ryan Cortez, Economic Development Coordinator
If you have any questions regarding the data presented on this page, please contact Ryan Cortez at Ryan.Cortez@CoronaCA.gov.