Located in San Diego County, Julian, CA, is a census-designated place (CDP) with an estimated population of 1,502 according to the most recent Census, representing a population decrease of seven percent since the previous Census. Julian is located in the 92036 ZIP code and has an average home value of $183,700, an average household income of $47,636 and an average of household size of 2.2 persons.
The 7.8 square mile area has been named a California Historical Landmark and its surrounding area has been zoned as the Julian Historic District. Julian figures prominently into post-American Civil War Gold Rush history and is renowned for its Julian apple pie.
Shopping in Julian
Julian boasts a wide variety of independent shops that contribute to its popularity as a local and national tourist attraction. Crafts, art and antiques, farmers markets, flower vendors, homemade food shops, bookstores and specialty shops are found throughout Julian. The Julian Cider Mill is popular among locals and visitors.
Utility Companies Serving Julian
San Diego Gas & Electric
Cuyamaca Water District
Julian Community Services District (Water)
Majestic Pines Community Service District (Water)
Pine Hills Mutual Water Company
Wynola Water District
Julian Business Climate
Local business in Julian, CA, centers on tourism, apple crops and local wineries. There are six wineries in Julian and the areas immediately surrounding it.
Tourist destinations and local employers include the wineries; hotels and inns; mines that have been converted to interactive museums; and local artisanal shops.
As an unincorporated census-designated place, Julian does not have a municipal government.
Julian is in the 36th Senate District and the 66th Assembly District in the State of California. Federally, Julian is in the 49th Congressional District of California.