What it takes to be considered “rich” in every Bay Area city

posted by @JonManuel - 

There is a wide range of incomes necessary to hit the threshold from around the region.

These numbers were calculated using an equation recently developed by Business Insider:

TWO TIMES THE MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME FOR A GIVEN AREA.

Using that math, and the quick facts collected for the years 2012-2016 by the US Census Bureau (type your zip code in HERE to find your neighborhood's data), here's the list:

  • HILLSBOROUGH: $432,584
  • MILL VALLEY: $298,672
  • CUPERTINO: $295,858
  • PALO ALTO: $274,086
  • SAN RAMON: $268,376
  • PLEASANTON: $260,340
  • LOS GATOS: $254,556
  • FREMONT: $223,226
  • SUNNYVALE: $219,598
  • MOUNTAIN VIEW: $218,498
  • LIVERMORE: $208,446
  • MILPITAS: $207,246
  • SANTA CLARA: $205,066
  • SAN MATEO: $191,334
  • BRENTWOOD: $188,260
  • UNION CITY: $182,258
  • REDWOOD CITY: $180,922
  • SAN JOSE: $180,606
  • SAN FRANCISCO: $175,402
  • ST. HELENA: $171,010
  • SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO: $170,152
  • NOVATO: $167,790
  • ALAMEDA: $166,096
  • WALNUT CREEK: $165,696
  • SAN RAFAEL: $162,720
  • PETALUMA: $161,814
  • DALY CITY: $158,692
  • VACAVILLE: $152,376
  • CONCORD: $142,954
  • NAPA: $142,174
  • BERKELEY: $140,786
  • FAIRFIELD: $138,792
  • HAYWARD: $136,276
  • ANTIOCH: $131,060
  • SAN LEANDRO: $128,130
  • PITTSBURG: $127,900
  • SANTA ROSA: $125,410
  • VALLEJO: $119,200
  • OAKLAND: $115,556
  • RICHMOND: $114,214

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