The San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos Metro area is comprised of San Diego county right along the border of California and Mexico.
The greater San Diego Metropolitan area is bordered by both Mexico, and the Pacific ocean. The metro area is a single county area located in San Diego county which is the 5th largest county in the United States. The population of San Diego county has been on a consistent rise over the past fifteen years with an average 1.9% population growth per year.
Although San Diego county is made of primarily urban areas, it boasts the most farms among an urban area in the United States. It also boasts the highest output of avocados of any city in the country. San Diego has an amazing climate, and combines a great urban culture with a down to earth rural feel that makes it a welcoming place for anybody to live in.
Total Population: 3,299,521
(An increase of 6.6 % in the past 5 years.)
- Foreign Born - 709,270
- Language Spoken at Home - 1,048,980