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Portola Valley is a small town in Santa Cruz County, California, USA, founded in 1964. It accommodates about 18 families (104 persons) living below the poverty line, including a median income of just over $18,000 per year for a family of four. According to the US Census Bureau, it is the richest city in America, based on revenue of $1.3 billion in 2014, up from $2.2 billion the year before. The median income for families is $180,893, but the median income of households in Portola Valley, which includes all incomes, is $244,771.

In Portola Valley there are 1176 households, of which 532 have children under 18 years of age, 1176 are married couples, 68 have a housekeeper and a man, and 431 are non-family. There are 2,821 households with a single family member (married or with the same couple) and 2.5 million households without a family.

There are 1,895 units in Portola Valley, of which 354 (20.3%) are occupied by tenants, 1,392 (79.7%) are owned - occupied and 1,772 of them are empty. The census shows that of the 1.5 million living households, 9.0% (2.2 million) live in non-institutionalised group quarters and 35 (0.8%) in non-institutionalised quarters. Of the residents of these households 9.0.2% live with a family member, 7.1% in a single-family group, 3.4% with two or more children under 18 years of age, of which 4.6% are in a mental institution, 5.9% as a group of four or less, or 35 (0) as an individual.

The racial composition of the city is as follows: black, white, brown, Hispanic, Asian, Indian, Pacific Islanders, African-American and Hawaiian-Pacific Native Americans.

He was also Ambassadors to Japan and Australia and a member of the US House of Representatives and Senate. In the 1880s, the first public school was built in what is now Portola Valley. San Francisco founder John S. Singleton Jr., lived in the Portolas Valley for many years until his death.

The city is located west of Interstate 280 and the southwest border is the Skyline Boulevard, which is more or less a ridge. Alpine Road and Portola Road are the two relatively important streets in the city and their intersection provides a small shopping connection.

The Windy Hill Open Space Preserve is a large part of the city on the southwest side, and the Portola Valley can generally be divided into two parts: the north and south sides of the city, and the east and west sides.

At the time of the census no. 31 in 2000, the town had 1,269 families with a total population of 2,073. The age distribution of the population is shown in the cities with 938 persons 65 years or older and 929 persons under 18 years.

The Spanish explorer Gaspar de Portola, who in 1769 led the first group of Europeans to explore the San Francisco Peninsula, is named after him. The Portolas Valley Elementary School District has four elementary schools for grades 4-8 and one middle school for grades 9-12. It is located in the town of Pleasanton on the west side of the Santa Cruz River, north of San Jose.

Bill Lane donated $5 million in 2009 to support the Portolas Valley Elementary School District and Pleasanton Community College District.

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