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About Lake County
The 2013 population of Lake County, CA was approximately 65,000. This is a modest increase over the year 2000 population of 58,309. The density of the county is average due to its relative size of 1,258 square miles. Regarding employment, 65% of the population works for a variety of private businesses, while 21% works for the government, 13% is self employed and 1% receives no pay for familial work, usually related to agriculture.
The population mostly consists, at nearly three-fourths, of white non-hispanic persons. This makes the ethnic diversity of the area low for the state of California. 17.1% of the population is hispanic or latino; 3.1% is multiracial; 2.4% is American Indian and Alaska Native; while 1.8% consists of black non-hispanics and 1.1% is asian.
Lake County is a paradise for fans of the outdoors. Residents are eco-friendly and pride themselves on their near perfect air quality relative to the rest of the United States. The county gets its name from Clear Lake, the largest freshwater lake in California. All types of water activities prove popular here, such as bass fishing, surfing, boating and the like. Konocti Mountain, a dormant volcano, is also located in the area and provides fertile soil for agriculture on its slopes.
Detention in the county is provided by the Lake County Jail, located in Lakeport, CA on Helbush Drive.