Fresno is a city situated in the inland middle part of California. It has the 6th largest city of the state, and is the county seat of Fresno county. The Fresno metropolitan area is the second largest in the Central Valley, second to Sacramento. The city encompasses a total of 104.8 square miles, with 0.4 square miles of water.
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According to the 2000 U.S. census bureau, the city has a population of 427,652 people, and a population density of 4,097.9 people per square mile. Fresno health insurance and life insurance are influenced by the demographics of the area. The racial makeup of the area was 50.17% Caucasian, 39.87% Hispanic/Latino, 11.23% Asian American, 8.36% African American, 1.58% Native American, 0.14% Pacific Islander, and 23.36% other. Roughly 5.16% of the total population were from two or more racial backgrounds. The median household income was $32,236 and the median family income was $35,892.
Fresno home insurance quotes are affected by the climate and weather of the city. Fresno has hot summers and relatively mild winters. The average lows range from 37 to 66 Fahrenheit. The average highs range from 53 to 97 Fahrenheit. The average rainfall is 11.23 inches, mostly in the winter and spring seasons.
Auto insurance depends on road and highway quality. The main freeway of the city is State Route 99, which runs north/south. State Route 168, State Route 41, and State Route 18 also serve the area. Major improvements are currently underway, with focuses on signage, median separation, vertical clearance, and lane width.