MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME FOR ORANGE COUNTY CITIES

The upscale North County community of Villa Park tops the list for median household income in Orange County, leading second-place Tustin Foothills by nearly $15,000. In the past seven years the county's total median income has jumped by 46.5%, from $906,389 in 1980 to an estimated $1.33 million in 1987. The South County coastal city of San Clemente had the biggest increase, from $19,762 in 1980 to $31,109 in 1987. The smallest was Buena Park's 38.2% increase from $22,328 to $30,856.

Villa Park $73,443 Tustin Foothills $58,524 Rossmoor $48,806 Laguna Niguel $47,742 Irvine $47,182 South Laguna $46,036 Yorba Linda $45,487 Mission Viejo $45,249 La Palma $44,247 Fountain Valley $43,217 El Toro $43,054 Newport Beach $42,757 Cypress $39,780 Placentia $38,330 Brea $38,227 San Juan Capistrano $35,283 Huntington Beach $34,824 Capistrano Beach $33,901 Dana Point $33,847 Laguna Beach $32,956 Los Alamitos $32,564 Fullerton $32,537 Westminster $32,477 La Habra $32,139 Orange $31,688 San Clemente $31,109 Buena Park $30,856 Garden Grove $30,685 Laguna Hills $30,260 Anaheim $30,005 Tustin $28,596 Costa Mesa $28,451 Stanton $26,601 Santa Ana $25,734 Seal Beach $23,973 El Toro Station $16,815

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