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Los Angeles County In The Year 2010

December 08, 1987

The population of Los Angeles County will increase by 20% by the year 2010--to 9.9 million--according to a new report prepared by the county Department of Regional Planning, with the greatest growth predicted for the Santa Clarita and Antelope valleys. Over the same period, the number of housing units will increase by 22% and the number of jobs by 34%, the study says. The study was prepared for the county Board of Supervisors, which is considering zoning changes in the county's general plan.

POPULATION PROJECTIONS

Planning Area 1987 2010 Change % Change Santa Clarita Valley 120,000 270,000 150,000 125.0% Antelope Valley 146,000 305,000 159,000 108.9% San Fernando 867,000 1,035,000 168,000 19.4% Burbank/Glendale 616,000 705,000 89,000 14.4% W. San Gabriel Valley 758,000 880,000 122,000 16.1% E. San Gabriel Valley 785,000 1,035,000 250,000 31.8% Malibu/Santa Monica Mts. 65,000 100,000 35,000 53.8% West 424,000 505,000 81,000 19.1% Central 1,582,000 1,800,000 217,000 13.8% East Central 755,000 855,000 100,000 13.2% Southeast 644,000 745,000 101,000 15.7% South 711,000 860,000 149,000 21.0% Southwest 733,000 800,000 67,000 9.1% Channel Islands* 2,700 5,000 2,300 85.2% Los Angeles County 8,209,000 9,900,000 1,691,000 20.6%

* Not on map

HOUSING UNIT PROJECTIONS

Planning Area 1987 2010 Change % Change Santa Clarita Valley 37,500 93,400 55,900 149.1% Antelope Valley 55,700 118,700 63,000 113.1% San Fernando 334,500 409,100 74,600 22.3% Burbank/Glendale 257,000 300,000 42,200 16.4% W. San Gabriel Valley 271,000 320,000 49,000 18.1% E. San Gabriel Valley 248,000 333,90 85,900 34.6% Malibu/Santa Monica Mts. 23,800 37,300 13,500 56.7% West 204,400 240,000 36,100 17.7% Central 592,000 684,400 92,200 15.6% East Central 216,600 249,300 31,700 14.6% Southeast 214,900 253,400 38,300 17.9% South 274,300 337,300 63,000 23.0% Southwest 290,200 322,600 32,400 11.2% Channel Islands* 1,600 2,600 1,000 62.5% Los Angeles County 3,023,500 3,702,500 679,000 22.5%

EMPLOYMENT PROJECTIONS

Planning Area 1987 2010 Change % Change Santa Clarita Valley 32,000 111,000 79,900 246.9% Antelope Valley 53,000 153,000 100,000 188.7% San Fernando 361,000 559,000 198,000 54.8% Burbank/Glendale 309,000 395,000 86,000 27.8% W. San Gabriel Valley 344,000 475,000 131,000 38.1% E. San Gabriel Valley 298,000 507,900 209,900 70.1% Malibu/Santa Monica Mts. 19,000 47,000 28,000 147.4% West 276,000 328,000 52,000 18.8% Central 1,074,000 1,152,000 78,000 7.3% East Central 454,000 573,000 119,000 26.2% Southeast 279,000 425,000 146,000 52.3% South 357,000 507,000 150,000 42.0% Southwest 451,000 544,000 93,000 20.6% Channel Islands* 1,800 3,600 1,800 100.0% Los Angeles County 4,308,800 5,779,600 1,470,800 34.1%

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