Almaden Valley Demographics
The Almaden Valley area is traditionally associated with San Jose Zip Code 95120 but spills over 3 other San Jose Zip codes: 95118, 95124 (for the most part related to Cambrian Park) as well as 95123 (Santa Teresa).
The core neighborhoods of Almaden Valley are all located in the 95120 Zip Code and include in particular Almaden Meadows, Almaden Springs, Shadow Brook, Almaden Country Club, Crossgate and Woodside Almaden. A complete list of all neighborhoods in Almaden Valley by Zip Code is available below.
Based on the latest Census Bureau data available for 95120, total population in Almaden Valley is estimated at about 37,000 split between 12,300 households. The estimated median household income is about $140,000 and average household size is 3 persons. Over 60% of houses of Almaden Valley were built in the 1960s and 1970s. Only 10% of the houses date back to the 1990s.
Here is some useful information about some of the key neighborhoods of Almaden Valley:
Almaden Meadows, famous among its residents for its 15-acres park which borders Camden Avenue, is an area of 0.73 square miles with a population over 3,300. The overwhelming majority of the houses in Almaden Meadows were built between 1970 and 1980. Most of the houses in this area are large estates (7 bedroom and over).
Almaden Springs is the first neighborhood on the West side of Almaden Road, right after Almaden Expy splits. It has an area of 0.2 square miles with a population of 837. Large mansions, mostly built in the 1970s and 1980s, account for a significant proportion of the houses located in this area.
Shadow Brook area is a suburban area of Almaden Valley composed of 2 areas known as Shadow Brook I and Shadow Brook II. The Shadow Brook area is bordered by Camden Avenue and Almaden Expressway. Adjacent neighborhoods include Graystone, Sunrise Almaden and Glenview Serenity. It has an area of 0.6 square miles and an estimated population of 2140, split between 318 homes. The overwhelming majority of the houses in this area were built in the 1960s and 1970s.
Almaden Country Club is named after the famous Golf and Country Club. It has an area of 1.6 square miles and an estimated population of 4,650. Almost 50% of the houses in the area were built in the 1960s and over 35% of homes in the 1970s. Most of the houses in the area are 7-9+ bedroom homes. The other notable area of interest in the neighborhood is Parma Park, a large park accessible from Route 192.
Crossgate is bordered by Meridian Avenue (West), Almaden Expressway (East) and Camden Avenue (South) and the Guadalupe Oak Grove Park (North). It is an area of 0.8 square miles with a population estimated at about 4,000. Most of the houses in this area were built in the 1970s (50%) and the 1960s (30%). Crossgate is also the home of the Unicorn Thrift Shop, located at the corner of Almaden Expressway and Redmond Avenue.
Woodside Almaden is the most southwestern neighborhood of Almaden Valley. It is bordered by Camden Avenue (and the Alamitos Creek), Harry Road and Queenswood Way. The area is 0.23 square miles and has a population estimated at 1,200. Most of the houses in the area are 6-8 bedroom properties and were built in the 1970s and 1980s.
Almaden Valley Neighborhoods by Zip Code
Almaden Meadows, Oak Canyon, Almaden Villas, Guadalupe Oak Grove, Montego, Crossgate, Sunrise Almaden, Country Club, Shadow Brook, Greenview Serenity, Graystone, Woodside Almaden, Gold Creek, California Ridge, Almaden Springs, Glen Crest, Country View Estate, Orchard Creek, Silver Crest, Pfiffer
Almaden Community Association, Croydon, Almaden Winery Park