95148 Zip Code (San Jose, California) Profile

Estimated zip code population in 2019: 48,799
Zip code population in 2010: 45,528
Zip code population in 2000: 44,095

Houses and condos: 12,326
Renter-occupied apartments: 2,111

% of renters here: 17%
State: 45%

March 2019 cost of living index in zip code 95148: 149.6 (very high, U.S. average is 100)

Land area: 9.4 sq. mi.
Water area: 0.1 sq. mi.

Population density: 5,178 people per square mile   (average).

Age and Sex of Residents in zip code 95148

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Real estate property taxes paid for housing units in 2019:

This zip code: 0.8% ($7,881)
California: 0.7% ($4,142)

Median real estate property taxes paid for housing units with mortgages in 2019: $8,303 (0.9%)
Median real estate property taxes paid for housing units with no mortgage in 2019: $6,448 (0.7%)

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Males: 23,866  Top Loan Mortgage - (48.9%)
Females: 24,933  Top Loan Mortgage - (51.1%)

For population 25 years and over in 95148:

  • High school or higher: 84.7%
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher: 41.2%
  • Graduate or professional degree: 13.1%
  • Unemployed: 5.1%
  • Mean travel time to work (commute): 35.8 minutes

For population 15 years and over in 95148:

  • Never married: 34.4%
  • Now married: 54.3%
  • Separated: 1.1%
  • Widowed: 4.5%
  • Divorced: 5.7%

Zip code 95148 compared to state average:

  • Median household income above state average.
  • Median house value above state average.
  • Black race population percentage below state average.
  • Foreign-born population percentage above state average.
  • Renting percentage significantly below state average.
  • Length of stay since moving in significantly above state average.
  • Number of rooms per house above state average.
  • Races in zip code 95148 (2019)
    • 25,83456.7%Asian
    • 12,02526.4%Hispanic or Latino
    • 5,06911.1%White
    • 1,3643.0%Black
    • 9522.1%Two or more races
    • 1530.3%Native Hawaiian and Other
      Pacific Islander
    • 770.2%American Indian
    • 540.1%Some other race

Data:

Median household income ($)Median household income (% change since 2000)Household income diversityRatio of average income to average house value (%)Ratio of average income to average rentMedian household income ($) – WhiteMedian household income ($) – Black or African AmericanMedian household income ($) – AsianMedian household income ($) – Hispanic or LatinoMedian household income ($) – American Indian and Alaska NativeMedian household income ($) – MultiraceMedian household income ($) – Other RaceMedian household income for houses/condos with a mortgage ($)Median household income for apartments without a mortgage ($)Races – White alone (%)Races – White alone (% change since 2000)Races – Black alone (%)Races – Black alone (% change since 2000)Races – American Indian alone (%)Races – American Indian alone (% change since 2000)Races – Asian alone (%)Races – Asian alone (% change since 2000)Races – Hispanic (%)Races – Hispanic (% change since 2000)Races – Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone (%)Races – Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone (% change since 2000)Races – Two or more races (%)Races – Two or more races (% change since 2000)Races – Other race alone (%)Races – Other race alone (% change since 2000)Racial diversityUnemployment (%)Unemployment (% change since 2000)Unemployment (%) – WhiteUnemployment (%) – Black or African AmericanUnemployment (%) – AsianUnemployment (%) – Hispanic or LatinoUnemployment (%) – American Indian and Alaska NativeUnemployment (%) – MultiraceUnemployment (%) – Other RacePopulation density (people per square mile)Population – Males (%)Population – Females (%)Population – Males (%) – WhitePopulation – Males (%) – Black or African AmericanPopulation – Males (%) – AsianPopulation – Males (%) – Hispanic or LatinoPopulation – Males (%) – American Indian and Alaska NativePopulation – Males (%) – MultiracePopulation – Males (%) – Other RacePopulation – Females (%) – WhitePopulation – Females (%) – Black or African AmericanPopulation – Females (%) – AsianPopulation – Females (%) – Hispanic or LatinoPopulation – Females (%) – American Indian and Alaska NativePopulation – Females (%) – MultiracePopulation – Females (%) – Other RaceCoronavirus confirmed cases (Mar 15, 2021)Deaths caused by coronavirus (Mar 15, 2021)Coronavirus confirmed cases (per 100k population) (Mar 15, 2021)Deaths caused by coronavirus (per 100k population) (Mar 15, 2021)Daily increase in number of cases (Mar 15, 2021)Weekly increase in number of cases (Mar 15, 2021)Cases doubled (in days) (Mar 15, 2021)Hospitalized patients (Mar 15, 2021)Negative test results (Mar 15, 2021)Total test results (Mar 15, 2021)COVID Vaccine doses distributed (per 100k population) (Mar 15, 2021)COVID Vaccine doses administered (per 100k population) (Mar 15, 2021)COVID Vaccine doses distributed (Mar 15, 2021)COVID Vaccine doses administered (Mar 15, 2021)Likely homosexual households (%)Likely homosexual households (% change since 2000)Likely homosexual households – Lesbian couples (%)Likely homosexual households – Lesbian couples (% change since 2000)Likely homosexual households – Gay men (%)Likely homosexual households – Gay men (% change since 2000)Cost of living indexMedian gross rent ($)Median contract rent ($)Median monthly housing costs ($)Median house or condo value ($)Median house or condo value ($ change since 2000)Mean house or condo value by units in structure – 1, detached ($)Mean house or condo value by units in structure – 1, attached ($)Mean house or condo value by units in structure – 2 ($)Mean house or condo value by units in structure by units in structure – 3 or 4 ($)Mean house or condo value by units in structure – 5 or more ($)Mean house or condo value by units in structure – Boat, RV, van, etc. ($)Mean house or condo value by units in structure – Mobile home ($)Median house or condo value ($) – WhiteMedian house or condo value ($) – Black or African AmericanMedian house or condo value ($) – AsianMedian house or condo value ($) – Hispanic or LatinoMedian house or condo value ($) – American Indian and Alaska NativeMedian house or condo value ($) – MultiraceMedian house or condo value ($) – Other RaceMedian resident ageResident age diversityMedian resident age – MalesMedian resident age – FemalesMedian resident age – WhiteMedian resident age – Black or African AmericanMedian resident age – AsianMedian resident age – Hispanic or LatinoMedian resident age – American Indian and Alaska NativeMedian resident age – MultiraceMedian resident age – Other RaceMedian resident age – Males – WhiteMedian resident age – Males – Black or African AmericanMedian resident age – Males – AsianMedian resident age – Males – Hispanic or LatinoMedian resident age – Males – American Indian and Alaska NativeMedian resident age – Males – MultiraceMedian resident age – Males – Other RaceMedian resident age – Females – WhiteMedian resident age – Females – Black or African AmericanMedian resident age – Females – AsianMedian resident age – Females – Hispanic or LatinoMedian resident age – Females – American Indian and Alaska NativeMedian resident age – Females – MultiraceMedian resident age – Females – Other RaceCommute – mean travel time to work (minutes)Travel time to work – Less than 5 minutes (%)Travel time to work – Less than 5 minutes (% change since 2000)Travel time to work – 5 to 9 minutes (%)Travel time to work – 5 to 9 minutes (% change since 2000)Travel time to work – 10 to 19 minutes (%)Travel time to work – 10 to 19 minutes (% change since 2000)Travel time to work – 20 to 29 minutes (%)Travel time to work – 20 to 29 minutes (% change since 2000)Travel time to work – 30 to 39 minutes (%)Travel time to work – 30 to 39 minutes (% change since 2000)Travel time to work – 40 to 59 minutes (%)Travel time to work – 40 to 59 minutes (% change since 2000)Travel time to work – 60 to 89 minutes (%)Travel time to work – 60 to 89 minutes (% change since 2000)Travel time to work – 90 or more minutes (%)Travel time to work – 90 or more minutes (% change since 2000)Marital status – Never married (%)Marital status – Now married (%)Marital status – Separated (%)Marital status – Widowed (%)Marital status – Divorced (%)Median family income ($)Median family income (% change since 2000)Median non-family income ($)Median non-family income (% change since 2000)Median per capita income ($)Median per capita income (% change since 2000)Median family income ($) – WhiteMedian family income ($) – Black or African AmericanMedian family income ($) – AsianMedian family income ($) – Hispanic or LatinoMedian family income ($) – American Indian and Alaska NativeMedian family income ($) – MultiraceMedian family income ($) – Other RaceMedian year house/condo builtMedian year apartment builtYear house built – Built 2005 or later (%)Year house built – Built 2000 to 2004 (%)Year house built – Built 1990 to 1999 (%)Year house built – Built 1980 to 1989 (%)Year house built – Built 1970 to 1979 (%)Year house built – Built 1960 to 1969 (%)Year house built – Built 1950 to 1959 (%)Year house built – Built 1940 to 1949 (%) Year house built – Built 1939 or earlier (%)Average household sizeHousehold density (households per square mile)Average household size – WhiteAverage household size – Black or African AmericanAverage household size – AsianAverage household size – Hispanic or LatinoAverage household size – American Indian and Alaska NativeAverage household size – MultiraceAverage household size – Other RaceOccupied housing units (%)Vacant housing units (%)Owner occupied housing units (%)Renter occupied housing units (%)Vacancy status – For rent (%)Vacancy status – For sale only (%)Vacancy status – Rented or sold, not occupied (%)Vacancy status – For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use (%)Vacancy status – For migrant workers (%)Vacancy status – Other vacant (%)Residents with income below the poverty level (%)Residents with income below 50% of the poverty level (%)Children below poverty level (%)Poor families by family type – Married-couple family (%)Poor families by family type – Male, no wife present (%)Poor families by family type – Female, no husband present (%)Poverty status for native-born residents (%)Poverty status for foreign-born residents (%)Poverty among high school graduates not in families (%)Poverty among people who did not graduate high school not in families (%)Residents with income below the poverty level (%) – WhiteResidents with income below the poverty level (%) – Black or African AmericanResidents with income below the poverty level (%) – AsianResidents with income below the poverty level (%) – Hispanic or LatinoResidents with income below the poverty level (%) – American Indian and Alaska NativeResidents with income below the poverty level (%) – MultiraceResidents with income below the poverty level (%) – Other RaceAir pollution – Air Quality Index (AQI)Air pollution – COAir pollution – NO2Air pollution – SO2Air pollution – OzoneAir pollution – PM10Air pollution – PM25Air pollution – PbCrime – Murders per 100,000 populationCrime – Rapes per 100,000 populationCrime – Robberies per 100,000 populationCrime – Assaults per 100,000 populationCrime – Burglaries per 100,000 populationCrime – Thefts per 100,000 populationCrime – Auto thefts per 100,000 populationCrime – Arson per 100,000 populationCrime – City-data.com crime indexCrime – Violent crime indexCrime – Property crime index 1996 Presidential Elections Results (%) – Democratic Party (Clinton) 1996 Presidential Elections Results (%) – Republican Party (Dole) 1996 Presidential Elections Results (%) – Other 2000 Presidential Elections Results (%) – Democratic Party (Gore) 2000 Presidential Elections Results (%) – Republican Party (Bush) 2000 Presidential Elections Results (%) – Other 2004 Presidential Elections Results (%) – Democratic Party (Kerry) 2004 Presidential Elections Results (%) – Republican Party (Bush) 2004 Presidential Elections Results (%) – Other 2008 Presidential Elections Results (%) – Democratic Party (Obama) 2008 Presidential Elections Results (%) – Republican Party (McCain) 2008 Presidential Elections Results (%) – Other 2012 Presidential Elections Results (%) – Democratic Party (Obama) 2012 Presidential Elections Results (%) – Republican Party (Romney) 2012 Presidential Elections Results (%) – Other 2016 Presidential Elections Results (%) – Democratic Party (Hillary Clinton) 2016 Presidential Elections Results (%) – Republican Party (Donald Trump) 2016 Presidential Elections Results (%) – OtherAncestries Reported – Arab (%)Ancestries Reported – Czech (%)Ancestries Reported – Danish (%)Ancestries Reported – Dutch (%)Ancestries Reported – English (%)Ancestries Reported – French (%)Ancestries Reported – French Canadian (%)Ancestries Reported – German (%)Ancestries Reported – Greek (%)Ancestries Reported – Hungarian (%)Ancestries Reported – Irish (%)Ancestries Reported – Italian (%)Ancestries Reported – Lithuanian (%)Ancestries Reported – Norwegian (%)Ancestries Reported – Polish (%)Ancestries Reported – Portuguese (%)Ancestries Reported – Russian (%)Ancestries Reported – Scotch-Irish (%)Ancestries Reported – Scottish (%)Ancestries Reported – Slovak (%)Ancestries Reported – Subsaharan African (%)Ancestries Reported – Swedish (%)Ancestries Reported – Swiss (%)Ancestries Reported – Ukrainian (%)Ancestries Reported – United States (%)Ancestries Reported – Welsh (%)Ancestries Reported – West Indian (%)Ancestries Reported – Other (%)Educational Attainment – No schooling completed (%)Educational Attainment – Less than high school (%)Educational Attainment – High school or equivalent (%)Educational Attainment – Less than 1 year of college (%)Educational Attainment – 1 or more years of college (%)Educational Attainment – Associate degree (%)Educational Attainment – Bachelor’s degree (%)Educational Attainment – Master’s degree (%)Educational Attainment – Professional school degree (%)Educational Attainment – Doctorate degree (%)School Enrollment – Nursery, preschool (%)School Enrollment – Kindergarten (%)School Enrollment – Grade 1 to 4 (%)School Enrollment – Grade 5 to 8 (%)School Enrollment – Grade 9 to 12 (%)School Enrollment – College undergrad (%)School Enrollment – Graduate or professional (%)School Enrollment – Not enrolled in school (%) School enrollment – Public schools (%) School enrollment – Private schools (%) School enrollment – Not enrolled (%)Median number of rooms in houses and condosMedian number of rooms in apartmentsHousing units lacking complete plumbing facilities (%)Housing units lacking complete kitchen facilities (%)Density of housesUrban houses (%)Rural houses (%)Households with people 60 years and over (%)Households with people 65 years and over (%)Households with people 75 years and over (%)Households with one or more nonrelatives (%)Households with no nonrelatives (%)Population in households (%)Family households (%)Nonfamily households (%)Population in families (%)Family households with own children (%)Median number of bedrooms in owner occupied housesMean number of bedrooms in owner occupied housesMedian number of bedrooms in renter occupied housesMean number of bedrooms in renter occupied housesMedian number of vehichles in owner occupied housesMean number of vehichles in owner occupied housesMedian number of vehichles in renter occupied housesMean number of vehichles in renter occupied housesMortgage status – with mortgage (%)Mortgage status – with second mortgage (%)Mortgage status – with home equity loan (%)Mortgage status – with both second mortgage and home equity loan (%)Mortgage status – without a mortgage (%)Average family sizeAverage family size – WhiteAverage family size – Black or African AmericanAverage family size – AsianAverage family size – Hispanic or LatinoAverage family size – American Indian and Alaska NativeAverage family size – MultiraceAverage family size – Other RaceGeographical mobility – Same house 1 year ago (%)Geographical mobility – Moved within same county (%)Geographical mobility – Moved from different county within same state (%)Geographical mobility – Moved from different state (%)Geographical mobility – Moved from abroad (%)Place of birth – Born in state of residence (%)Place of birth – Born in other state (%)Place of birth – Native, outside of US (%)Place of birth – Foreign born (%)Housing units in structures – 1, detached (%)Housing units in structures – 1, attached (%)Housing units in structures – 2 (%)Housing units in structures – 3 or 4 (%)Housing units in structures – 5 to 9 (%)Housing units in structures – 10 to 19 (%)Housing units in structures – 20 to 49 (%)Housing units in structures – 50 or more (%)Housing units in structures – Mobile home (%)Housing units in structures – Boat, RV, van, etc. (%)House/condo owner moved in on average (years ago)Renter moved in on average (years ago)Year householder moved into unit – Moved in 1999 to March 2000 (%)Year householder moved into unit – Moved in 1995 to 1998 (%)Year householder moved into unit – Moved in 1990 to 1994 (%)Year householder moved into unit – Moved in 1980 to 1989 (%)Year householder moved into unit – Moved in 1970 to 1979 (%)Year householder moved into unit – Moved in 1969 or earlier (%)Means of transportation to work – Drove car alone (%)Means of transportation to work – Carpooled (%)Means of transportation to work – Public transportation (%)Means of transportation to work – Bus or trolley bus (%)Means of transportation to work – Streetcar or trolley car (%)Means of transportation to work – Subway or elevated (%)Means of transportation to work – Railroad (%)Means of transportation to work – Ferryboat (%)Means of transportation to work – Taxicab (%)Means of transportation to work – Motorcycle (%)Means of transportation to work – Bicycle (%)Means of transportation to work – Walked (%)Means of transportation to work – Other means (%)Working at home (%)Industry diversityMost Common Industries – Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, and mining (%)Most Common Industries – Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting (%)Most Common Industries – Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction (%)Most Common Industries – Construction (%)Most Common Industries – Manufacturing (%)Most Common Industries – Wholesale trade (%)Most Common Industries – Retail trade (%)Most Common Industries – Transportation and warehousing, and utilities (%)Most Common Industries – Transportation and warehousing (%)Most Common Industries – Utilities (%)Most Common Industries – Information (%)Most Common Industries – Finance and insurance, and real estate and rental and leasing (%)Most Common Industries – Finance and insurance (%)Most Common Industries – Real estate and rental and leasing (%)Most Common Industries – Professional, scientific, and management, and administrative and waste management services (%)Most Common Industries – Professional, scientific, and technical services (%)Most Common Industries – Management of companies and enterprises (%)Most Common Industries – Administrative and support and waste management services (%)Most Common Industries – Educational services, and health care and social assistance (%)Most Common Industries – Educational services (%)Most Common Industries – Health care and social assistance (%)Most Common Industries – Arts, entertainment, and recreation, and accommodation and food services (%)Most Common Industries – Arts, entertainment, and recreation (%)Most Common Industries – Accommodation and food services (%)Most Common Industries – Other services, except public administration (%)Most Common Industries – Public administration (%)Occupation diversityMost Common Occupations – Management, business, science, and arts occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Management, business, and financial occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Management occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Business and financial operations occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Computer, engineering, and science occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Computer and mathematical occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Architecture and engineering occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Life, physical, and social science occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Education, legal, community service, arts, and media occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Community and social service occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Legal occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Education, training, and library occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Healthcare practitioners and technical occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Health diagnosing and treating practitioners and other technical occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Health technologists and technicians (%)Most Common Occupations – Service occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Healthcare support occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Protective service occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Fire fighting and prevention, and other protective service workers including supervisors (%)Most Common Occupations – Law enforcement workers including supervisors (%)Most Common Occupations – Food preparation and serving related occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Building and grounds cleaning and maintenance occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Personal care and service occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Sales and office occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Sales and related occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Office and administrative support occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Natural resources, construction, and maintenance occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Farming, fishing, and forestry occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Construction and extraction occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Installation, maintenance, and repair occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Production, transportation, and material moving occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Production occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Transportation occupations (%)Most Common Occupations – Material moving occupations (%)People in Group quarters – Institutionalized population (%)People in Group quarters – Correctional institutions (%)People in Group quarters – Federal prisons and detention centers (%)People in Group quarters – Halfway houses (%)People in Group quarters – Local jails and other confinement facilities (including police lockups) (%)People in Group quarters – Military disciplinary barracks (%)People in Group quarters – State prisons (%)People in Group quarters – Other types of correctional institutions (%)People in Group quarters – Nursing homes (%)People in Group quarters – Hospitals/wards, hospices, and schools for the handicapped (%)People in Group quarters – Hospitals/wards and hospices for chronically ill (%)People in Group quarters – Hospices or homes for chronically ill (%)People in Group quarters – Military hospitals or wards for chronically ill (%)People in Group quarters – Other hospitals or wards for chronically ill (%)People in Group quarters – Hospitals or wards for drug/alcohol abuse (%)People in Group quarters – Mental (Psychiatric) hospitals or wards (%)People in Group quarters – Schools, hospitals, or wards for the mentally retarded (%)People in Group quarters – Schools, hospitals, or wards for the physically handicapped (%)People in Group quarters – Institutions for the deaf (%)People in Group quarters – Institutions for the blind (%)People in Group quarters – Orthopedic wards and institutions for the physically handicapped (%)People in Group quarters – Wards in general hospitals for patients who have no usual home elsewhere (%)People in Group quarters – Wards in military hospitals for patients who have no usual home elsewhere (%)People in Group quarters – Juvenile institutions (%)People in Group quarters – Long-term care (%)People in Group quarters – Homes for abused, dependent, and neglected children (%)People in Group quarters – Residential treatment centers for emotionally disturbed children (%)People in Group quarters – Training schools for juvenile delinquents (%)People in Group quarters – Short-term care, detention or diagnostic centers for delinquent children (%)People in Group quarters – Type of juvenile institution unknown (%)People in Group quarters – Noninstitutionalized population (%)People in Group quarters – College dormitories (includes college quarters off campus) (%)People in Group quarters – Military quarters (%)People in Group quarters – On base (%)People in Group quarters – Barracks, unaccompanied personnel housing (UPH), (Enlisted/Officer), ;and similar group living quarters for military personnel (%)People in Group quarters – Transient quarters for temporary residents (%)People in Group quarters – Military ships (%)People in Group quarters – Group homes (%)People in Group quarters – Homes or halfway houses for drug/alcohol abuse (%)People in Group quarters – Homes for the mentally ill (%)People in Group quarters – Homes for the mentally retarded (%)People in Group quarters – Homes for the physically handicapped (%)People in Group quarters – Other group homes (%)People in Group quarters – Religious group quarters (%)People in Group quarters – Dormitories (%)People in Group quarters – Agriculture workers’ dormitories on farms (%)People in Group quarters – Job Corps and vocational training facilities (%)People in Group quarters – Other workers’ dormitories (%)People in Group quarters – Crews of maritime vessels (%)People in Group quarters – Other nonhousehold living situations (%)People in Group quarters – Other noninstitutional group quarters (%)Residents speaking English at home (%)Residents speaking English at home – Born in the United States (%)Residents speaking English at home – Native, born elsewhere (%)Residents speaking English at home – Foreign born (%)Residents speaking Spanish at home (%)Residents speaking Spanish at home – Born in the United States (%)Residents speaking Spanish at home – Native, born elsewhere (%)Residents speaking Spanish at home – Foreign born (%)Residents speaking other language at home (%)Residents speaking other language at home – Born in the United States (%)Residents speaking other language at home – Native, born elsewhere (%)Residents speaking other language at home – Foreign born (%)Class of Workers – Employee of private company (%)Class of Workers – Self-employed in own incorporated business (%)Class of Workers – Private not-for-profit wage and salary workers (%)Class of Workers – Local government workers (%)Class of Workers – State government workers (%)Class of Workers – Federal government workers (%)Class of Workers – Self-employed workers in own not incorporated business and Unpaid family workers (%)House heating fuel used in houses and condos – Utility gas (%)House heating fuel used in houses and condos – Bottled, tank, or LP gas (%)House heating fuel used in houses and condos – Electricity (%)House heating fuel used in houses and condos – Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. (%)House heating fuel used in houses and condos – Coal or coke (%)House heating fuel used in houses and condos – Wood (%)House heating fuel used in houses and condos – Solar energy (%)House heating fuel used in houses and condos – Other fuel (%)House heating fuel used in houses and condos – No fuel used (%)House heating fuel used in apartments – Utility gas (%)House heating fuel used in apartments – Bottled, tank, or LP gas (%)House heating fuel used in apartments – Electricity (%)House heating fuel used in apartments – Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. (%)House heating fuel used in apartments – Coal or coke (%)House heating fuel used in apartments – Wood (%)House heating fuel used in apartments – Solar energy (%)House heating fuel used in apartments – Other fuel (%)House heating fuel used in apartments – No fuel used (%)Armed forces status – In Armed Forces (%)Armed forces status – Civilian (%)Armed forces status – Civilian – Veteran (%)Armed forces status – Civilian – Nonveteran (%)Fatal accidents locations in years 2005-2019Fatal accidents locations in 2005Fatal accidents locations in 2006Fatal accidents locations in 2007Fatal accidents locations in 2008Fatal accidents locations in 2009Fatal accidents locations in 2010Fatal accidents locations in 2011Fatal accidents locations in 2012Fatal accidents locations in 2013Fatal accidents locations in 2014Fatal accidents locations in 2015Fatal accidents locations in 2016Fatal accidents locations in 2017Fatal accidents locations in 2018Fatal accidents locations in 2019Alcohol use – People drinking some alcohol every month (%)Alcohol use – People not drinking at all (%)Alcohol use – Average days/month drinking alcoholAlcohol use – Average drinks/weekAlcohol use – Average days/year people drink muchAudiometry – Average condition of hearing (%)Audiometry – People that can hear a whisper from across a quiet room (%)Audiometry – People that can hear normal voice from across a quiet room (%)Audiometry – Ears ringing, roaring, buzzing (%)Audiometry – Had a job exposure to loud noise (%)Audiometry – Had off-work exposure to loud noise (%)Blood Pressure & Cholesterol – Has high blood pressure (%)Blood Pressure & Cholesterol – Checking blood pressure at home (%)Blood Pressure & Cholesterol – Frequently checking blood cholesterol (%)Blood Pressure & Cholesterol – Has high cholesterol level (%)Consumer Behavior – Money monthly spent on food at supermarket/grocery storeConsumer Behavior – Money monthly spent on food at other storesConsumer Behavior – Money monthly spent on eating outConsumer Behavior – Money monthly spent on carryout/delivered foodsConsumer Behavior – Income spent on food at supermarket/grocery store (%)Consumer Behavior – Income spent on food at other stores (%)Consumer Behavior – Income spent on eating out (%)Consumer Behavior – Income spent on carryout/delivered foods (%)Current Health Status – General health condition (%)Current Health Status – Blood donors (%)Current Health Status – Has blood ever tested for HIV virus (%)Current Health Status – Left-handed people (%)Dermatology – People using sunscreen (%)Diabetes – Diabetics (%)Diabetes – Had a blood test for high blood sugar (%)Diabetes – People taking insulin (%)Diet Behavior & Nutrition – Diet health (%)Diet Behavior & Nutrition – Milk product consumption (# of products/month)Diet Behavior & Nutrition – Meals not home prepared (#/week)Diet Behavior & Nutrition – Meals from fast food or pizza place (#/week)Diet Behavior & Nutrition – Ready-to-eat foods (#/month)Diet Behavior & Nutrition – Frozen meals/pizza (#/month)Drug Use – People that ever used marijuana or hashish (%)Drug Use – Ever used hard drugs (%)Drug Use – Ever used any form of cocaine (%)Drug Use – Ever used heroin (%)Drug Use – Ever used methamphetamine (%)Health Insurance – People covered by health insurance (%)Kidney Conditions-Urology – Avg. # of times urinating at nightMedical Conditions – People with asthma (%)Medical Conditions – People with anemia (%)Medical Conditions – People with psoriasis (%)Medical Conditions – People with overweight (%)Medical Conditions – Elderly people having difficulties in thinking or remembering (%)Medical Conditions – People who ever received blood transfusion (%)Medical Conditions – People having trouble seeing even with glass/contacts (%)Medical Conditions – People with arthritis (%)Medical Conditions – People with gout (%)Medical Conditions – People with congestive heart failure (%)Medical Conditions – People with coronary heart disease (%)Medical Conditions – People with angina pectoris (%)Medical Conditions – People who ever had heart attack (%)Medical Conditions – People who ever had stroke (%)Medical Conditions – People with emphysema (%)Medical Conditions – People with thyroid problem (%)Medical Conditions – People with chronic bronchitis (%)Medical Conditions – People with any liver condition (%)Medical Conditions – People who ever had cancer or malignancy (%)Mental Health – People who have little interest in doing things (%)Mental Health – People feeling down, depressed, or hopeless (%)Mental Health – People who have trouble sleeping or sleeping too much (%)Mental Health – People feeling tired or having little energy (%)Mental Health – People with poor appetite or overeating (%)Mental Health – People feeling bad about themself (%)Mental Health – People who have trouble concentrating on things (%)Mental Health – People moving or speaking slowly or too fast (%)Mental Health – People having thoughts they would be better off dead (%)Oral Health – Average years since last visit a dentistOral Health – People embarrassed because of mouth (%)Oral Health – People with gum disease (%)Oral Health – General health of teeth and gums (%)Oral Health – Average days a week using dental floss/deviceOral Health – Average days a week using mouthwash for dental problemOral Health – Average number of teethPesticide Use – Households using pesticides to control insects (%)Pesticide Use – Households using pesticides to kill weeds (%)Physical Activity – People doing vigorous-intensity work activities (%)Physical Activity – People doing moderate-intensity work activities (%)Physical Activity – People walking or bicycling (%)Physical Activity – People doing vigorous-intensity recreational activities (%)Physical Activity – People doing moderate-intensity recreational activities (%)Physical Activity – Average hours a day doing sedentary activitiesPhysical Activity – Average hours a day watching TV or videosPhysical Activity – Average hours a day using computerPhysical Functioning – People having limitations keeping them from working (%)Physical Functioning – People limited in amount of work they can do (%)Physical Functioning – People that need special equipment to walk (%)Physical Functioning – People experiencing confusion/memory problems (%)Physical Functioning – People requiring special healthcare equipment (%)Prescription Medications – Average number of prescription medicines takingPreventive Aspirin Use – Adults 40+ taking low-dose aspirin (%)Reproductive Health – Vaginal deliveries (%)Reproductive Health – Cesarean deliveries (%)Reproductive Health – Deliveries resulted in a live birth (%)Reproductive Health – Pregnancies resulted in a delivery (%)Reproductive Health – Women breastfeeding newborns (%)Reproductive Health – Women that had a hysterectomy (%)Reproductive Health – Women that had both ovaries removed (%)Reproductive Health – Women that have ever taken birth control pills (%)Reproductive Health – Women taking birth control pills (%)Reproductive Health – Women that have ever used Depo-Provera or injectables (%)Reproductive Health – Women that have ever used female hormones (%)Sexual Behavior – People 18+ that ever had sex (vaginal, anal, or oral) (%)Sexual Behavior – Males 18+ that ever had vaginal sex with a woman (%)Sexual Behavior – Males 18+ that ever performed oral sex on a woman (%)Sexual Behavior – Males 18+ that ever had anal sex with a woman (%)Sexual Behavior – Males 18+ that ever had any sex with a man (%)Sexual Behavior – Females 18+ that ever had vaginal sex with a man (%)Sexual Behavior – Females 18+ that ever performed oral sex on a man (%)Sexual Behavior – Females 18+ that ever had anal sex with a man (%)Sexual Behavior – Females 18+ that ever had any kind of sex with a woman (%)Sexual Behavior – Average age people first had sexSexual Behavior – Average number of female sex partners in lifetime (males 18+)Sexual Behavior – Average number of female vaginal sex partners in lifetime (males 18+)Sexual Behavior – Average age people first performed oral sex on a woman (18+)Sexual Behavior – Average number of woman performed oral sex on in lifetime (18+)Sexual Behavior – Average number of male sex partners in lifetime (males 18+)Sexual Behavior – Average number of male anal sex partners in lifetime (males 18+)Sexual Behavior – Average age people first performed oral sex on a man (18+)Sexual Behavior – Average number of male oral sex partners in lifetime (18+)Sexual Behavior – People using protection when performing oral sex (%)Sexual Behavior – Average number of times people have vaginal or anal sex a yearSexual Behavior – People having sex without condom (%)Sexual Behavior – Average number of male sex partners in lifetime (females 18+)Sexual Behavior – Average number of male vaginal sex partners in lifetime (females 18+)Sexual Behavior – Average number of female sex partners in lifetime (females 18+)Sexual Behavior – Circumcised males 18+ (%)Sleep Disorders – Average hours sleeping at nightSleep Disorders – People that has trouble sleeping (%)Smoking-Cigarette Use – People smoking cigarettes (%)Taste & Smell – People 40+ having problems with smell (%)Taste & Smell – People 40+ having problems with taste (%)Taste & Smell – People 40+ that ever had wisdom teeth removed (%)Taste & Smell – People 40+ that ever had tonsils teeth removed (%)Taste & Smell – People 40+ that ever had a loss of consciousness because of a head injury (%)Taste & Smell – People 40+ that ever had a broken nose or other serious injury to face or skull (%)Taste & Smell – People 40+ that ever had two or more sinus infections (%)Weight – Average height (inches)Weight – Average weight (pounds)Weight – Average BMIWeight – People that are obese (%)Weight – People that ever were obese (%)Weight – People trying to lose weight (%)

95148, CA forum

Urban population: 48,180
Rural population: 618

Estimated median house/condo value in 2019: $956,471

95148: $956,471
California: $568,500

According to our research of California and other state lists, there were 36 registered sex offenders living in 95148 zip code as of March 15, 2021.
The ratio of all residents to sex offenders in zip code 95148 is 1,358 to 1.
The ratio of registered sex offenders to all residents in this zip code is lower than the state average.

Median resident age:

This zip code: 40.7 years
California median age: 37.0 years
Average household size:

This zip code: 4.0 people
California: 2.9 people

Averages for the 2012 tax year for zip code 95148, filed in 2013:

Average Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) in 2012: $74,604 (Individual Income Tax Returns)

Here: $74,604
State: $72,726

Salary/wage: $69,539 (reported on 87.4% of returns)

Here: $69,539
State: $59,079

(% of AGI for various income ranges: 77.0% for AGIs below $25k, 84.0% for AGIs $25k-50k, 83.2% for AGIs $50k-75k, 82.1% for AGIs $75k-100k, 85.2% for AGIs $100k-200k, 77.0% for AGIs over 200k)

Taxable interest for individuals: $762 (reported on 39.7% of returns)

This zip code: $762
California: $2,146

(% of AGI for various income ranges: 0.7% for AGIs below $25k, 0.4% for AGIs $25k-50k, 0.4% for AGIs $50k-75k, 0.4% for AGIs $75k-100k, 0.4% for AGIs $100k-200k, 0.4% for AGIs over 200k)

Ordinary dividends: $3,250 (reported on 20.6% of returns)

(% of AGI for various income ranges: 0.6% for AGIs below $25k, 0.5% for AGIs $25k-50k, 0.5% for AGIs $50k-75k, 0.6% for AGIs $75k-100k, 0.7% for AGIs $100k-200k, 1.5% for AGIs over 200k)

Net capital gain/loss in AGI: +$8,239 (reported on 21.4% of returns)

Here: +$8,239
State: +$30,460

(% of AGI for various income ranges: 0.7% for AGIs $100k-200k, 6.9% for AGIs over 200k)

Profit/loss from business: +$16,921 (reported on 16.2% of returns)

Here: +$16,921
State: +$17,064

(% of AGI for various income ranges: 11.6% for AGIs below $25k, 6.0% for AGIs $25k-50k, 4.4% for AGIs $50k-75k, 3.1% for AGIs $75k-100k, 2.6% for AGIs $100k-200k, 2.6% for AGIs over 200k)

Taxable individual retirement arrangement distribution: $16,803 (reported on 5.5% of returns)

95148: $16,803
California: $19,557

(% of AGI for various income ranges: 1.6% for AGIs below $25k, 1.6% for AGIs $25k-50k, 1.8% for AGIs $50k-75k, 1.9% for AGIs $75k-100k, 1.2% for AGIs $100k-200k, 0.7% for AGIs over 200k)

Self-employment retirement plans: $20,154 (reported on 0.6% of returns)

95148: $20,154
California: $24,530

(% of AGI for various income ranges: 0.1% for AGIs $50k-75k, 0.2% for AGIs $100k-200k, 0.3% for AGIs over 200k)

Total itemized deductions: $31,984 (24% of AGI, reported on 41.8% of returns)

Here: $31,984
State: $34,004

Here: 23.7% of AGI
State: 22.7% of AGI

(% of AGI for various income ranges: 11.0% for AGIs below $25k, 13.4% for AGIs $25k-50k, 17.9% for AGIs $50k-75k, 20.9% for AGIs $75k-100k, 21.0% for AGIs $100k-200k, 16.6% for AGIs over 200k)

Charity contributions: $2,614 (reported on 33.9% of returns)

(% of AGI for various income ranges: 0.4% for AGIs below $25k, 0.8% for AGIs $25k-50k, 1.2% for AGIs $50k-75k, 1.5% for AGIs $75k-100k, 1.5% for AGIs $100k-200k, 1.0% for AGIs over 200k)

Taxes paid: $14,388 (reported on 41.7% of returns)

95148: $14,388
State: $14,448

(% of AGI for various income ranges: 2.9% for AGIs below $25k, 4.0% for AGIs $25k-50k, 5.9% for AGIs $50k-75k, 7.7% for AGIs $75k-100k, 9.2% for AGIs $100k-200k, 9.9% for AGIs over 200k)

Earned income credit: $2,011 (reported on 15.0% of returns)

(% of AGI for various income ranges: 5.6% for AGIs below $25k, 1.0% for AGIs $25k-50k)

Percentage of individuals using paid preparers for their 2012 taxes: 63.6%

(% for various income ranges: 62.1% for AGIs below $25k, 66.7% for AGIs $25k-50k, 67.2% for AGIs $50k-75k, 68.8% for AGIs $75k-100k, 60.5% for AGIs $100k-200k, 55.7% for AGIs over 200k)

Averages for the 2004 tax year for zip code 95148, filed in 2005:

Average Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) in 2004: $59,760 (Individual Income Tax Returns)

Here: $59,760
State: $58,600

Salary/wage: $57,730 (reported on 88.6% of returns)

Here: $57,730
State: $49,455

(% of AGI for various income ranges: 113.9% for AGIs below $10k, 80.0% for AGIs $10k-25k, 87.7% for AGIs $25k-50k, 87.9% for AGIs $50k-75k, 87.5% for AGIs $75k-100k, 84.0% for AGIs over 100k)

Taxable interest for individuals: $869 (reported on 48.6% of returns)

This zip code: $869
California: $2,365

(% of AGI for various income ranges: 3.3% for AGIs below $10k, 1.0% for AGIs $10k-25k, 0.6% for AGIs $25k-50k, 0.8% for AGIs $50k-75k, 0.5% for AGIs $75k-100k, 0.7% for AGIs over 100k)

Taxable dividends: $1,465 (reported on 21.6% of returns)

(% of AGI for various income ranges: 1.7% for AGIs below $10k, 0.5% for AGIs $10k-25k, 0.3% for AGIs $25k-50k, 0.3% for AGIs $50k-75k, 0.5% for AGIs $75k-100k, 0.6% for AGIs over 100k)

Net capital gain/loss: +$7,502 (reported on 24.9% of returns)

Here: +$7,502
State: +$23,418

(% of AGI for various income ranges: -2.8% for AGIs below $10k, -0.2% for AGIs $10k-25k, -0.2% for AGIs $25k-50k, 0.2% for AGIs $50k-75k, 0.6% for AGIs $75k-100k, 6.0% for AGIs over 100k)

Profit/loss from business: +$15,901 (reported on 16.7% of returns)

Here: +$15,901
State: +$16,826

(% of AGI for various income ranges: 12.9% for AGIs below $10k, 9.2% for AGIs $10k-25k, 5.3% for AGIs $25k-50k, 4.7% for AGIs $50k-75k, 3.2% for AGIs $75k-100k, 3.8% for AGIs over 100k)

IRA payment deduction: $3,373 (reported on 2.4% of returns)

95148: $3,373
California: $3,192

(% of AGI for various income ranges: 0.2% for AGIs below $10k, 0.2% for AGIs $10k-25k, 0.2% for AGIs $25k-50k, 0.2% for AGIs $50k-75k, 0.2% for AGIs $75k-100k, 0.1% for AGIs over 100k)

Self-employed pension: $15,253 (reported on 0.8% of returns)

Here: $15,253
California: $17,688

(% of AGI for various income ranges: 0.1% for AGIs $25k-50k, 0.1% for AGIs $50k-75k, 0.1% for AGIs $75k-100k, 0.3% for AGIs over 100k)

Total itemized deductions: $29,060 (29% of AGI, reported on 47.2% of returns)

Here: $29,060
State: $28,113

Here: 29.3% of AGI
State: 25.3% of AGI

(% of AGI for various income ranges: 23.8% for AGIs below $10k, 15.1% for AGIs $10k-25k, 21.3% for AGIs $25k-50k, 27.1% for AGIs $50k-75k, 28.0% for AGIs $75k-100k, 21.7% for AGIs over 100k)

Charity contributions deductions: $2,480 (2% of AGI, reported on 41.3% of returns)

Here: 2.4% of AGI
State: 3.3% of AGI

(% of AGI for various income ranges: 0.8% for AGIs below $10k, 0.8% for AGIs $10k-25k, 1.4% for AGIs $25k-50k, 2.0% for AGIs $50k-75k, 2.2% for AGIs $75k-100k, 1.7% for AGIs over 100k)

Total tax: $8,801 (reported on 78.3% of returns)

95148: $8,801
State: $10,761

(% of AGI for various income ranges: 5.1% for AGIs below $10k, 4.6% for AGIs $10k-25k, 6.6% for AGIs $25k-50k, 7.9% for AGIs $50k-75k, 8.7% for AGIs $75k-100k, 15.5% for AGIs over 100k)

Earned income credit: $1,567 (reported on 12.1% of returns)

Percentage of individuals using paid preparers for their 2004 taxes: 63.4%

(% for various income ranges: 55.8% for AGIs below $10k, 65.8% for AGIs $10k-25k, 68.0% for AGIs $25k-50k, 69.0% for AGIs $50k-75k, 66.7% for AGIs $75k-100k, 56.6% for AGIs over 100k)

Estimated median household income in 2019:

This zip code: $145,098
California: $80,440

San Jose, CA (95148) mapNearest zip codes: 95127, 95121, 95122, 95111, 95116, 95133.
San Jose Zip Code Map

Percentage of family households:

This zip code: 58.2%
California: 48.7%
Percentage of households with unmarried partners:

This zip code: 29.1%
California: 49.3%

Likely homosexual households (counted as self-reported same-sex unmarried-partner households)

  • Lesbian couples: 0.0% of all households
  • Gay men: 21.0% of all households

Household received Food Stamps/SNAP in the past 12 months: 693
Household did not receive Food Stamps/SNAP in the past 12 months: 11,600

Women who had a birth in the past 12 months: 397 (347 now married, 53 unmarried)
Women who did not have a birth in the past 12 months: 11,618 (4,820 now married, 6,799 unmarried)

Housing units in zip code 95148 with a mortgage: 7,537 (220 second mortgage, 1,163 home equity loan, 22 both second mortgage and home equity loan)
Houses without a mortgage: 2,539

Median monthly owner costs for units with a mortgage: $3,141
Median monthly owner costs for units without a mortgage: $856

Residents with income below the poverty level in 2019:

This zip code: 6.2%
Whole state: 11.8%

Residents with income below 50% of the poverty level in 2019:

This zip code: 4.0%
Whole state: 6.5%
Median number of rooms in houses and condos:
Median number of rooms in apartments:
Year house built

  • Year house built (houses)
  • 172014 or later
  • 682010 to 2013
  • 1,0202000 to 2009
  • 1,1501990 to 1999
  • 4,1991980 to 1989
  • 3,4301970 to 1979
  • 1,7441960 to 1969
  • 3331950 to 1959
  • 1481940 to 1949
  • 331939 or earlier

Zip code 95148 satellite photo by USGS

Owner-occupied
Renter-occupied

Bedrooms in owner-occupied houses and condos in San Jose, CA (95148)

  • Bedrooms in owner-occupied houses and condos in San Jose, CA (95148)
  • 21no bedroom
  • 321 bedroom
  • 4932 bedrooms
  • 3,3833 bedrooms
  • 4,6174 bedrooms
  • 1,6635+ bedrooms
Bedrooms in renter-occupied apartments in San Jose, CA (95148)

  • Bedrooms in renter-occupied apartments in San Jose, CA (95148)
  • 61no bedroom
  • 921 bedroom
  • 2422 bedrooms
  • 8233 bedrooms
  • 7394 bedrooms
  • 1275+ bedrooms

Owner-occupied
Renter-occupied

Cars and other vehicles available in San Jose, CA (95148) in owner-occupied houses/condos

  • Cars and other vehicles available in San Jose, CA (95148) in owner-occupied houses/condos
  • 115no vehicle
  • 8791 vehicle
  • 3,7152 vehicles
  • 2,5973 vehicles
  • 2,0074 vehicles
  • 9725+ vehicles
Cars and other vehicles available in San Jose, CA (95148) in renter-occupied apartments

  • Cars and other vehicles available in San Jose, CA (95148) in renter-occupied apartments
  • 102no vehicle
  • 4571 vehicle
  • 5672 vehicles
  • 5003 vehicles
  • 3724 vehicles
  • 1595+ vehicles

  • Zip code 95148 household income distribution in 2019

  • Zip code 95148 household income distribution in 2019
  • 232Less than $10,000
  • 113$10,000 to $14,999
  • 273$15,000 to $19,999
  • 154$20,000 to $24,999
  • 213$25,000 to $29,999
  • 195$30,000 to $34,999
  • 235$35,000 to $39,999
  • 101$40,000 to $44,999
  • 207$45,000 to $49,999
  • 511$50,000 to $59,999
  • 660$60,000 to $74,999
  • 1,071$75,000 to $99,999
  • 1,448$100,000 to $124,999
  • 1,201$125,000 to $149,999
  • 2,604$150,000 to $199,999
  • 3,498$200,000 or more
  • Estimate of home value of owner-occupied houses/condos in 2019 in zip code 95148

  • Estimate of home value of owner-occupied houses/condos in 2019 in zip code 95148
  • 76Less than $10,000
  • 11$10,000 to $14,999
  • 8$40,000 to $49,999
  • 9$70,000 to $79,999
  • 11$80,000 to $89,999
  • 11$90,000 to $99,999
  • 15$100,000 to $124,999
  • 34$125,000 to $149,999
  • 34$150,000 to $174,999
  • 5$175,000 to $199,999
  • 23$200,000 to $249,999
  • 47$250,000 to $299,999
  • 104$300,000 to $399,999
  • 325$400,000 to $499,999
  • 3,052$500,000 to $749,999
  • 4,241$750,000 to $999,999
  • 2,622$1,000,000 to $1,499,999
  • 652$1,500,000 to $1,999,999
  • 311$2,000,000 or more
  • Rent paid by renters in 2019 in zip code 95148

  • Rent paid by renters in 2019 in zip code 95148
  • 24$200 to $249
  • 28$500 to $549
  • 13$550 to $599
  • 20$600 to $649
  • 32$650 to $699
  • 3$900 to $999
  • 124$1,000 to $1,249
  • 144$1,250 to $1,499
  • 173$1,500 to $1,999
  • 530$2,000 to $2,499
  • 587$2,500 to $2,999
  • 418$3,000 to $3,499
  • 140$3,500 or more
  • 141No cash rent

Median gross rent in 2019: $2,860.

Median price asked for vacant for-sale houses and condos in 2019: $2,156,862.

Estimated median house (or condo) value in 2019 for:

  • White Non-Hispanic householders: $971,731
  • Black or African American householders: $981,084
  • American Indian or Alaska Native householders: $1,056,401
  • Asian householders: $990,437
  • Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander householders: $810,760
  • Some other race householders: $898,137
  • Two or more races householders: $1,061,816
  • Hispanic or Latino householders: $898,876

Estimated median house or condo value in 2019: $956,471

95148: $956,471
California: $568,500

Lower value quartile – upper value quartile: $753,230 – $1,147,264

Mean price in 2019:

Detached houses: $992,334

Here: $992,334
State: $765,845

Townhouses or other attached units: $677,753

Here: $677,753
State: $677,010

In 2-unit structures: $628,058

Here: $628,058
State: $1,050,336

In 5-or-more-unit structures: $1,306,115

Here: $1,306,115
State: $672,204

Mobile homes: $333,616

Here: $333,616
State: $158,037
Owners and renters by unit type in zip code 95148
Breakdown of mean house values by ages of householders

Housing units in structures:

  • One, detached: 11,199
  • One, attached: 597
  • Two: 25
  • 3 or 4: 86
  • 5 to 9: 87
  • 10 to 19: 29
  • 20 to 49: 19
  • 50 or more: 33
  • Mobile homes: 182
  • Boats, RVs, vans, etc.: 7

Unemployment: 5.1%

  • Means of transportation to work in zip code 95148

  • Means of transportation to work in zip code 95148
  • 77.1%19,069Drove a car alone
  • 14.0%3,468Carpooled
  • 1.3%326Bus or trolley bus
  • 0.1%35Streetcar or trolley car
  • 0.7%183Subway or elevated
  • 0.3%86Railroad
  • 0.0%10Taxi
  • 0.2%54Motorcycle
  • 0.1%24Bicycle
  • 0.9%217Walked
  • 0.6%141Other means
  • 4.3%1,069Worked at home
  • Travel time to work (commute) in zip code 95148

  • Travel time to work (commute) in zip code 95148
  • 221Less than 5 minutes
  • 5365 to 9 minutes
  • 1,09010 to 14 minutes
  • 2,45615 to 19 minutes
  • 3,24520 to 24 minutes
  • 1,67425 to 29 minutes
  • 5,11430 to 34 minutes
  • 96235 to 39 minutes
  • 1,43440 to 44 minutes
  • 3,40445 to 59 minutes
  • 2,59360 to 89 minutes
  • 88090 or more minutes

Neighborhoods in zip code 95148:

Percentage of zip code residents living and working in this county: 87.8%

Household type by relationship:

Households: 48,799

  • Male householders: 7,524 (472 living alone), Female householders: 4,704 (397 living alone)
  • 8,657 spouses (8,572 opposite-sex spouses), 408 unmarried partners, (400 opposite-sex unmarried partners), 16,079 children (15,420 natural, 387 adopted, 265 stepchildren), 1,984 grandchildren, 1,586 brothers or sisters, 2,872 parents, 70 foster children, 2,820 other relatives, 1,802 non-relatives

  • In group quarters: 271 (-1 institutionalized population)

Size of family households: 2,416 2-persons, 2,369 3-persons, 2,753 4-persons, 1,620 5-persons, 845 6-persons, 886 7-or-more-persons

Size of nonfamily households: 867 1-person, 225 2-persons, 60 3-persons, 31 4-persons, 7 5-persons, 19 6-persons

6,662 married couples with children.
1,357 single-parent households (427 men, 930 women).

30.3% of residents of 95148 zip code speak English at home.
17.9% of residents speak Spanish at home (64% very well, 18% well, 14% not well, 4% not at all).
9.6% of residents speak other Indo-European language at home (77% very well, 13% well, 5% not well, 4% not at all).
42.6% of residents speak Asian or Pacific Island language at home (52% very well, 26% well, 19% not well, 3% not at all).
0.3% of residents speak other language at home (86% very well, 7% well, 7% not well).

Foreign born population: 23,962 (49.1%)
(75.8% of them are naturalized citizens)

This zip code: 49.1%
Whole state: 26.7%
Most common places of birth for foreign-born residents

  • 34%Thailand
  • 17%Malaysia
  • 14%Honduras
  • 13%Bangladesh
  • 2%Hong Kong
  • 2%China, excluding Hong Kong and Taiwan
  • 1%Costa Rica
Most common first ancestries reported in 95148

  • 1%American
  • 1%Portuguese
  • 1%German
  • 0%European
  • 0%Italian
  • 0%Irish
  • 0%English
Year of entry for the foreign-born population

  • Year of entry for the foreign-born population
  • 3,3952010 or later
  • 3,5162000 to 2009
  • 6,4001990 to 1999
  • 10,745Before 1990

Zip code 95148 topographic map

There are 89 Medical Specialists in Zip Code 95148.

Facilities with environmental interests located in this zip code:

  • CHEVRON STATION NO 92620 (2801 S WHITE RD in SAN JOSE, CA) Top Loan Mortgage -

    STATE MASTER (California – Hazardous Waste Tracking) – HAZARDOU WASTE PROGRAM
    Small Quantity Generators, between 100 kg and 1000 kg of hazardous waste/month (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (tracking hazardous waste)) – notification
    Organizations: CHEVRON PRODUCTS CO (CONTACT/OWNER)

  • EVERGREEN VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL (3300 QUIMBY ROAD in SAN JOSE, CA) Top Loan Mortgage -

    (National Center for Education Statistics) – STATE ID-4330692
    Organizations: EAST SIDE UNION HIGH (SCHOOL DISTRICT)

  • FOOTHILL INTERMEDIATE (1966 FLINT AVE. in SAN JOSE, CA) Top Loan Mortgage -

    (National Center for Education Statistics) – STATE ID-6048045
    Organizations: MT. PLEASANT ELEMENTARY (SCHOOL DISTRICT)

  • HOLLY OAK ELEMENTARY (2995 ROSSMORE WAY in SAN JOSE, CA) Top Loan Mortgage -

    (National Center for Education Statistics) – STATE ID-6047146
    Organizations: EVERGREEN ELEMENTARY (SCHOOL DISTRICT)

  • MILLBROOK ELEMENTARY (3200 MILLBROOK DR. in SAN JOSE, CA) Top Loan Mortgage -

    (National Center for Education Statistics) – STATE ID-6105787
    Organizations: EVERGREEN ELEMENTARY (SCHOOL DISTRICT)

  • NORWOOD CREEK ELEMENTARY (3241 REMINGTON WAY in SAN JOSE, CA) Top Loan Mortgage -

    (National Center for Education Statistics) – STATE ID-6102081
    Organizations: EVERGREEN ELEMENTARY (SCHOOL DISTRICT)

  • CEDAR GROVE ELEMENTARY (2702 SUGAR PLUM DR. in SAN JOSE, CA) Top Loan Mortgage -

    (National Center for Education Statistics) – STATE ID-6067193
    Organizations: EVERGREEN ELEMENTARY (SCHOOL DISTRICT)

  • GEE BEE AERO, INC (2502 JOHN MONTGOMERY DR in SAN JOSE, CA) Top Loan Mortgage -

    Small Quantity Generators, between 100 kg and 1000 kg of hazardous waste/month (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (tracking hazardous waste))

  • M&N PROPERTIES (3701 NORWOOD AVE. in SAN JOSE, CA) Top Loan Mortgage -

    COMPLIANCE ACTIVITY (Tracking inspections of insecticide, fungicide, and rodenticide, and toxic substances)

  • EVERGREEEN CLEANERS (3281 SOUTH WHITE ROAD in SAN JOSE, CA) Top Loan Mortgage -

    CRITERIA AND HAZARDOUS AIR POLLUTANT INVENTORY (Inventory of air pollution sources)
    Business SIC classification: DRYCLEANING PLANTS, EXCEPT RUG CLEANING

Zip code 95148 marital status for males
Zip code 95148 marital status for females

Housing units lacking complete plumbing facilities: 0.1%
Housing units lacking complete kitchen facilities: 0.3%

Most commonly used house heating fuel

  • 74.0%Utility gas
  • 21.6%Electricity
  • 2.2%Bottled, tank, or LP gas
  • 1.2%Solar energy

Population in 1990: 37,413. Population change in the 1990s: +6,682 (+17.9%).

Place of birth for U.S.-born residents:

  • This state: 20,827
  • Northeast: 667
  • Midwest: 915
  • South: 1,374
  • West: 599

64% of the 95148 zip code residents lived in the same house 5 years ago.

   Out of people who lived in different houses, 84% lived in this county.

   Out of people who lived in different counties, 50% lived in California.

93% of the 95148 zip code residents lived in the same house 1 year ago.

   Out of people who lived in different houses, 68% moved from this county.

   Out of people who lived in different houses, 15% moved from different county within same state.

   Out of people who lived in different houses, 7% moved from different state.

   Out of people who lived in different houses, 11% moved from abroad.

Year householders moved into unit in San Jose, CA (95148)

Private vs. public school enrollment:

Students in private schools in grades 1 to 8 (elementary and middle school): 443
Students in private schools in grades 9 to 12 (high school): 377

Here: 11.7%
California: 8.4%

Students in private undergraduate colleges: 432

Here: 10.4%
California: 14.4%
Educational Attainment in 2019
School Enrollment by Level of School in 2019
Class of Workers in 2019
Occupation by median earnings in the past 12 months

  • Occupation by median earnings in the past 12 months ($)
  • 123,262Computer and mathematical occupations
  • 111,518Health diagnosing and treating practitioners and other technical occupations
  • 106,385Architecture and engineering occupations
  • 81,797Management occupations
  • 80,586Business and financial operations occupations
  • 77,765Law enforcement workers including supervisors

Companies with federal contracts located in this zip code:

  • EXETER CONSTRUCTION AND ENGINE (3402 BELGROVE CIR in SAN JOSE, CA; small business) Top Loan Mortgage -: $400,000 in 2 contracts in 2001

    $400,000 with Navy for Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property — Other Utilities. Signed on 2001-07-09. Completion date: 1995-07-24.

    $0, same as above. Signed on 2001-07-09. Completion date: 1995-07-24.

  • PAC SYSTEMS (2507 BUCKHILL CT in SAN JOSE, CA; small business) Top Loan Mortgage -

    $8,565 with Navy for Maintenance, Repair and Rebuilding of Equipment — Special Industry Machinery. Taking place in HI. Signed on 2005-01-31. Completion date: 2005-02-17.

Top industries in this zip code by the number of employees in 2005:

  • Construction: Masonry Contractors (500-999 employees: 1 establishment)
  • Accommodation and Food Services: Limited-Service Restaurants (50-99: 1, 20-49: 4, 10-19: 2, 5-9: 3, 1-4: 5)
  • Health Care and Social Assistance: Offices of Dentists (20-49: 1, 10-19: 4, 5-9: 9, 1-4: 7)
  • Health Care and Social Assistance: Other Individual and Family Services (100-249: 1, 1-4: 1)
  • Accommodation and Food Services: Snack and Nonalcoholic Beverage Bars (50-99: 1, 20-49: 1, 5-9: 2, 1-4: 5)
  • Accommodation and Food Services: Full-Service Restaurants (20-49: 1, 10-19: 2, 5-9: 4, 1-4: 2)
  • Educational Services: Flight Training (20-49: 2, 5-9: 2, 1-4: 1)

Age and Sex of Sensory-Disabled Noninstitutionalized Residents
Age and Sex of Physically-Disabled Noninstitutionalized Residents
Age and Sex of Mentally-Disabled Noninstitutionalized Residents
Age and Sex of Self-Care Disabled Noninstitutionalized Residents
Age and Sex of Go-Outside-Home Disabled Noninstitutionalized Residents
Age and Sex of Noninstitutionalized Residents with Employment Disability

People in group quarters in 2010:

  • 90 people in workers’ group living quarters and job corps centers
  • 63 people in group homes intended for adults
  • 25 people in residential treatment centers for adults
  • 13 people in group homes for juveniles (non-correctional)

People in group quarters in 2000:

  • 25 people in homes for the mentally retarded
  • 11 people in other group homes
  • 3 people in other noninstitutional group quarters

Fatal accident statistics in 2012:

  • Fatal accident count: 2
  • Vehicles involved in fatal accidents: 2
  • Fatal accidents caused by drunken drivers: 1
  • Fatalities: 2
  • Persons involved in fatal accidents: 4
  • Pedestrians involved in fatal accidents: 1

Fatal accident statistics in 2011:

  • Fatal accident count: 1
  • Vehicles involved in fatal accidents: 1
  • Fatal accidents caused by drunken drivers: 0
  • Fatalities: 1
  • Persons involved in fatal accidents: 1
  • Pedestrians involved in fatal accidents: 1
Home Mortgage Disclosure Act Aggregated Statistics For Year 2009
(Based on 12 full and 6 partial tracts)
A) FHA, FSA/RHS & VA
Home Purchase Loans
B) Conventional
Home Purchase Loans
C) Refinancings D) Home Improvement Loans F) Non-occupant Loans on
< 5 Family Dwellings (A B C & D)
G) Loans On Manufactured
Home Dwelling (A B C & D)
Number Average Value Number Average Value Number Average Value Number Average Value Number Average Value Number Average Value
LOANS ORIGINATED 107 $413,707 567 $374,968 2,149 $361,210 93 $270,750 125 $273,244 2 $82,270
APPLICATIONS APPROVED, NOT ACCEPTED 10 $422,811 87 $385,795 412 $395,011 8 $120,653 23 $264,724 $0
APPLICATIONS DENIED 20 $381,166 150 $359,886 645 $418,787 49 $157,975 54 $350,823 10 $84,450
APPLICATIONS WITHDRAWN 25 $422,931 82 $431,292 386 $384,387 6 $172,777 34 $288,340 $0
FILES CLOSED FOR INCOMPLETENESS 3 $373,603 18 $393,929 121 $404,881 1 $100,000 8 $297,738 $0
Private Mortgage Insurance Companies Aggregated Statistics For Year 2009
(Based on 12 full and 6 partial tracts)
A) Conventional
Home Purchase Loans
B) Refinancings
Number Average Value Number Average Value
LOANS ORIGINATED 47 $377,231 8 $450,046
APPLICATIONS APPROVED, NOT ACCEPTED 22 $386,965 7 $477,689
APPLICATIONS DENIED 10 $470,138 8 $421,565
APPLICATIONS WITHDRAWN 2 $318,360 4 $387,243
FILES CLOSED FOR INCOMPLETENESS 3 $304,063 $0

2010 – 2018 National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS) incidents

See full 2006 National Fire Incident Reporting System statistics for zip code 95148, California

Most common first names in zip code 95148 among deceased individuals
Name Count Lived (average)
Mary 33 75.3 years
James 30 69.2 years
John 26 69.5 years
William 22 70.1 years
Robert 21 63.7 years
Joseph 21 78.4 years
Maria 20 79.3 years
Jose 18 69.0 years
Manuel 16 72.6 years
Charles 14 75.1 years
Most common last names in zip code 95148 among deceased individuals
Last name Count Lived (average)
Nguyen 71 73.8 years
Tran 35 77.5 years
Huynh 18 73.1 years
Le 17 84.2 years
Ngo 13 71.1 years
Smith 13 68.8 years
Pham 13 67.9 years
Rodriguez 12 70.5 years
Lee 11 77.1 years
Lopez 10 63.4 years
Businesses in zip code 95148
Name Count Name Count
7-Eleven 2 McDonald’s 1
AT&T 1 Panda Express 1
Blockbuster 1 Pizza Hut 1
CVS 1 Starbucks 1
Carls Jr. 1 Subway 1
Cold Stone Creamery 1 U-Haul 1
FedEx 2 UPS 1
GameStop 1 Vans 1
Jamba Juice 1 Walgreens 1
KFC 1 YMCA 1
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