La Prensa San Diego, founded in 1976, is the oldest and largest Mexican-American newspaper and media outlet in the City and County of San Diego, California. As a bilingual newspaper, it is proud to present the news in the Spanish, as well as in English. Originally founded as a community newsletter in the early 1970s, La Prensa San Diego became a newspaper in 1976 and continues to be the only bilingual newspaper in the County.
La Prensa San Diego was legally ‘adjudicated’ on May 9, 1978, as a newspaper of general circulation for the City and County of San Diego and of the Judicial District of the Municipal Court of San Diego (File Nbr. 413745, May 9, 1978). As such, La Prensa San Diego is legally allowed to carry all types and forms of legal notices as may be required by local, state and government agencies, the judicial system, private businesses and individuals who are required by law to publish legal notification of their acts.
La Prensa San Diego reaches all corners of the San Diego County region through print newspaper distribution as well as interactive social media platforms.
SAN DIEGO COUNTY FACTS
|– Latinos represent 34% of the 3,343,364 population of San Diego County;
– Hispanics live in 248,477 households throughout San Diego County;
– The San Diego Latino community is the fastest-growing segment of the population.
– The Latino population growth rate is 3.9 times faster than the non-Hispanic population as a whole
– Latinos represent 76 % of the total county population growth from 2000 to 2019;
– Has a large youth population with 328,669 people in der the age of 18 years old;
– San Diego County is third in California in the number of Hispanic-owned firms at 13.4%;
HISPANICS IN CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO COUNTY, AND THE SAN DIEGO REGION
|2018 STATISTICS||2018 Total Population||2018 Hispanic Pop.||2018 (%) Hispanic|
|San Diego County||3,343,364||1,136,743||34.0%|
|City of San Diego||1,397,849||423,491||30.3%|
SAN DIEGO COUNTY COMMUNITIES WITH HIGHEST PERCENTAGES OF LATINOS
|Community||2018 Total Population||2018 Hispanic Pop.||2018 (%) Hispanic|