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The City of El Cajon was incorporated on November 12, 1912, as a General Law City and by a vote of the people on June 5, 2012, became a Charter City, giving the City Council more local control of municipal affairs. El Cajon is located in Southern California, just 15 miles due east of San Diego and is the fifth largest of 18 cities in San Diego County. El Cajon City Hall is located at 200 Civic Center Way., El Cajon, CA 92020.

GENERAL  

AREA:
14.4 SQUARE MILES
ELEVATION:
435.63 FEET
MILES OF STREETS:
196
NUMBER OF STREET LIGHTS:
3,273
POPULATION:
102,337
REGISTERED VOTERS:
38,107


CITY EMPLOYEES  

MANAGEMENT:
 NON- CLASSIFIED
 65
CLASSIFIED:
183.75


DEMOGRAPHICS  

MEDIAN AGE OF RESIDENTS:
34.8
TOTAL HOUSEHOLDS:
36,010


EDUCATION  

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS:
19
MIDDLE SCHOOLS:
6
HIGH SCHOOLS:
3
CONTINUATION HIGH:
1
COMMUNITY COLLEGE:
1
FOUR-YEAR COLLEGE:
1
CHARTER SCHOOLS:
4

 

 
RECREATION & CULTURE  

PARKS:
17
COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTERS:
6
LIBRARIES:
2
PERFORMING ARTS CENTERS:
1
CHURCHES:
83
AIRPORTS:
1


FIRE PROTECTION  

STATIONS:
4
SWORN FIRE PERSONNEL:
66


POLICE PROTECTION  

HEADQUARTERS:
1
ANIMAL SHELTER:
1
SWORN POLICE PERSONNEL:
121