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Rank City Population (CDF 1-09) Population (USC 7-07) County Image Description
1 Los Angeles 4,065,585 3,834,340 Los Angeles DowntownLosAngeles.jpg Los Angeles is one of the world's centers of culture, media, academics, business, and international trade. It is home to renowned institutions covering a broad range of professional and cultural fields, and it is one of the most substantial economic engines of the United States. Los Angeles also leads the world in producing popular entertainment — such as motion picture, television, video games and recorded music — which forms the base of its international fame and global status.
2 San Diego 1,353,998 1,266,731 San Diego Sandiego skyline at night.JPG Located on the border between Mexico and the United States, San Diego hosts miles of beaches and a number of U.S. Military facilities. San Diego's economy is largely composed of agriculture, biotechnology/biosciences, computer sciences, electronics manufacturing, defense-related manufacturing, financial and business services, ship-repair and construction, software development, telecommunications, and tourism.
3 San Jose 1,007,223 939,899 Santa Clara USA-San Jose-Downtown-1.jpg San Jose is the tenth largest city in the United States, the largest city in Northern California and the largest in the San Francisco Bay Area. It was founded on November 29, 1777 as the first town in the Spanish colony of Nueva California, which later became Alta California.[3] The city served as a farming community to support Spanish military installations at San Francisco and Monterey. When California gained statehood in 1850, San Jose served as its first capital.[4] After more than 150 years as an agricultural center, San Jose experienced increased demand for housing from soldiers and other veterans returning from World War II, as well as aggressive expansion during the 1950s and 1960s by annexing more land area. By the 1990s, San Jose's location within the booming local technology industry earned the city the nickname Capital of Silicon Valley.
4 San Francisco 845,559 764,976 San Francisco Painted Ladies.jpg San Francisco is a popular international tourist destination renowned for its steep rolling hills, eclectic mix of Victorian and modern architecture, and famous landmarks, including the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Island, the cable cars, Coit Tower, and Chinatown. The city is also known for its diverse, cosmopolitan population, including large and long-established Asian American and LGBT communities. It is the second most densely populated city in the United States, behind only New York City and from the time of the Gold Rush until the 1920s it was the largest city in California in terms of population. It was also one of the first cities in California to be incorporated.
5 Fresno 495,913 470,508 Fresno Chukchansi.jpg Fresno is at the heart of the San Joaquin Valley, a leading agricultural area of the United States. Fresno is the closest major city to Yosemite National Park.
6 Long Beach 492,682 466,520 Los Angeles Long Beach, CA at night.jpg The Port of Long Beach is one of the world's largest shipping ports. The city also has a large oil industry; oil is found both underground and offshore. Manufacturers include aircraft, automobile parts, electronic and audiovisual equipment, and home furnishings. It is also home to the headquarters for corporations such as Epson America, Molina Healthcare, and Scan Health Care. Long Beach has grown with the development of high-technology and aerospace industries in the area.
7 Sacramento 491,097 460,242 Sacramento Sacramento from Riverwalk.jpg One of the first cities to be incorporated in California in 1850, Sacramento is the capital of the U.S. state of California and the county seat of Sacramento County. The city is located along the Sacramento River and just south of the American River's confluence in California's expansive Central Valley. Sacramento is the core cultural and economic center of its four-county metropolitan area (El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento, and Yolo counties) with a combined population of 3,103,956. The Sacramento Metropolitan Area is the largest in the Central Valley, and is the fourth-largest in California, behind the Greater Los Angeles Area, the San Francisco Bay Area, and the San Diego area. Greater Sacramento has been cited as one of the five "most livable" regions in America,and the city was cited by Time magazine as America's most integrated. From the Gold Rush until the end of the 19th century, Sacramento was the second largest city in the state, behind only San Francisco, and it was an important agricultural, commercial and transportation center. It is today the center of an important technology industry.
8 Oakland 425,068 401,489 Alameda Merrittview.jpg Oakland is a major West Coast port, and is home to several major corporations including Kaiser Permanente and Clorox, as well as corporate headquarters for nationwide businesses like Dreyer's and Cost Plus World Markets. Attractions include Jack London Square, the Oakland Museum of California, the Chabot Space and Science Center, Lake Merritt, the East Bay Regional Park District ridge line parks and preserves, and Chinatown.
9 Santa Ana 355,662 339,555 Orange Santa Ana City Stadium.jpg County Seat of Orange County. Home to the famous Bowers museum, Discovery Science Center, and John Wayne Airport.
10 Anaheim 348,467 333,249 Orange Sleepingbeautycastle50.jpg Located in Orange County, California, Anaheim is the second most populous city in the county (after Santa Ana) and second largest in terms of land area; it is known for its theme parks, sports teams, and convention center.
11 Bakersfield 333,719 315,837 Kern DowntownBakersfield.jpg Bakersfield sits at the southern end of the San Joaquin Valley, an especially petroleum-rich area of California.
12 Riverside 300,430 294,437 Riverside Riverside DSCN0700.JPG Riverside is the most populous city of Southern California's Inland Empire region. Riverside is the birthplace of California's citrus industry and home to the University of California, Riverside (UCR). Its downtown is home to the Mission Inn, one of the two historic landmark hotels in California. The Mission Inn Festival of Lights is said to be the 3rd largest Christmas lights display in the nation[citation needed].
13 Stockton 290,409 287,245 San Joaquin Stockton is at the heart of the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta, and is sometimes considered the divider between the Sacramento Valley and the San Joaquin Valley. For much of the later 19th century, starting with the Gold Rush, Stockton was one of the largest cities in the state, for a while the third largest city. With a sea port on the San Joaquin River, it was an important agricultural and shipping center, roles which it continues to fulfill.
14 Chula Vista 233,108 217,478 San Diego Chulamall1.jpg
15 Fremont 215,636 201,334 Alameda Mission-SJ.jpg Fremont was created as a single city in 1956, from the unification of several unincorporated communities that had historically been small but grew rapidly in the years after World War II.
16 Irvine 212,793 201,160 Orange Downtown Irvine overhead.jpg Irvine is a planned city in Orange County, California, mainly developed by the Irvine Company since the 1960s. Irvine is home to the University of California, Irvine (UCI) and to a number of corporations, particularly in the technology sector. It is regarded for its good schools, jobs and housing by, for low crime by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the Census Bureau ranks Irvine highly in median income.
17 Modesto 210,088 203,955 Stanislaus McHenryMuseum.jpg Modesto is in the center of the San Joaquin Valley east of San Francisco and south of the capital Sacramento. The city is surrounded by fertile farmland. Its population is growing fast due to affordable housing in the area and is quickly becoming a bedroom community for commuters to Sacramento, Fresno, and the San Francisco Bay Area.
18 Glendale 207,303 196,979 Los Angeles Glendale California From Forest Lawn.jpg Glendale is the focal point of the Verdugo Mountains subregion, and is well-known for hosting a large Armenian-American community.
19 San Bernardino 204,483 199,285 San Bernardino Sb 2004 dt skyline 006a.jpg San Bernardino is the second largest city in the Inland Empire area of California, and the county seat of San Bernardino County, the largest county in geographic area in the 48 contiguous states.
20 Huntington Beach 202,480 192,885 Orange Huntington Pier Terminus.jpg
21 Oxnard 197,067 184,725 Ventura One of only a handful of cities in the state that is the largest in its county, but not the county seat.
22 Fontana 189,021 183,502 San Bernardino
23 Moreno Valley 186,301 188,936 Riverside
24 Oceanside 179,681 168,602 San Diego Oceanside city hall.jpg
25 Rancho Cucamonga 177,736 170,266 San Bernardino Rancho cucamonga.JPG One of the newer cities in the state, Rancho Cucamonga was until the late 1970s a small, unincorporated rural area that incorporated as a city only in 1977.
26 Santa Clarita 177,150 169,951 Los Angeles 2000 0820 TowncenterDrive2.jpg Home to Six Flags Magic Mountain. Incorporated in 1987 as the union of several previously existing communities, including Canyon Country, Newhall, Saugus, and Valencia.
27 Garden Grove 174,715 165,610 Orange
28 Ontario 173,188 170,936 San Bernardino Ontario City Library05apr2006.jpg Ontario is the third principal city of the Inland Empire area of California and home to the area's international airport and the region's largest shopping mall, Ontario Mills.
29 Pomona 163,408 152,631 Los Angeles Pomona..cityhall.jpg Home of the Los Angeles County Fair, the largest fair in the United States.
30 Santa Rosa 161,496 154,241 Sonoma RRSq Statue.jpg The center of one of the northernmost Mexican land grants, created as a town in the early 1850s, and officially incorporated as a city in 1868, Santa Rosa is the largest city in California's Wine Country and the Redwood Empire. The county seat of Sonoma County since 1854, it also grew as a center of agriculture, shipping, and industry. It is today still an important local center of business, technology industry, and other light industry, as well as tourism. It has the dubious fame of suffering the most destruction during the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, which destroyed the entire downtown. Notable residents have included famed horticulturalist Luther Burbank, and Peanuts cartoonist Charles M. Schulz. Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, and the surrounding Wine Country have served as the setting for many well-known films, including Alfred Hitchcock's personal favorite, Shadow of a Doubt.
31 Salinas 152,597 143,517 Monterey Downtown Salinas.jpg Salinas is known for being an agricultural center as well as being the hometown of famed writer and Nobel prize laureate John Steinbeck.
32 Palmdale 151,346 140,882 Los Angeles Palmdale and Mountains.jpg Largest city of the California deserts, commonly referred to as the Aerospace Capital of America. The city is the birthplace of the Space Shuttle, X-15, B-2 Spirit, F-117 Nighthawk, F-35 Lightning II, SR-71 Blackbird, Lockheed L-1011 Tristar, and many other aircraft that have been used in the United States Air Force, NASA and air forces and airlines around the world. It is the sixth largest city in Los Angeles County and one of the fastest growing cities in the United States.
33 Hayward 150,878 140,943 Alameda HaywardCityHall.jpg
34 Pasadena 150,185 143,400 Los Angeles Pasadena City Hall 2.JPG Premier City of the San Gabriel Valley subregion; home of the Rose Bowl and Rose Parade, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and the California Institute of Technology.
35 Torrance 149,111 141,420 Los Angeles Torrance skyline.jpg Torrance, 21 square miles, is situated 11 miles south of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), 8 miles north of the Port of Los Angeles, 30 miles west of Disneyland and bounded by the Pacific Ocean on the west with 1.5 miles of beach. Incorporated in 1921, its the eighth largest city in Los Angeles County and the 35th largest city in California. Torrance averages 12.55 inches of rainfall per year. [5]
36 Corona 148,597 150,308 Riverside
37 Lancaster 145,074 143,616 Los Angeles
38 Escondido 144,831 136,246 San Diego Grand01.jpg
39 Orange 141,634 134,299 Orange Former ATSF Station in Orange CA 7-14-04.jpg
40 Elk Grove 141,430 131,212 Sacramento Sunset Laguna Blvd.jpg Elk Grove was a sleepy suburb of Sacramento until the housing boom of the 1990's and 2000's. Between the decades, the population has nearly tripled from around 50,000 to almost 150,000 inhabitants. The population has grown so much that Elk Grove has surpassed all of the other suburbs in size and inhabitants. About 15 miles from Downtown Sacramento, Elk Grove has emerged as a popular place for young families to live and commute to the job centers of the area.
41 Sunnyvale 138,826 131,140 Santa Clara Murphystreetsunnyvale.jpg
42 Fullerton 137,624 132,066 Orange Fullerton city hall.jpg
43 Thousand Oaks 128,564 123,349 Ventura
44 El Monte 126,308 122,272 Los Angeles
45 Simi Valley 125,814 120,464 Ventura 2466075-Things To Do-Simi Valley.jpg Home of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.
46 Concord 124,599 120,844 Contra Costa Don Francisco Galindo House (Concord, CA).JPG
47 Visalia 123,670 118,603 Tulare 2009-0725-CA-Visalia-BankofItalty.jpg Visalia is the oldest city between Stockton and Los Angeles. it is also one of the fastest growing cities in California at an alarming rate. Visalia has a small town feel, with big city amenities.
48 Vallejo 121,055 115,552 Solano Vallejo Ferry Terminal.jpg Vallejo was from the 1850s until closure in the 1990s, home of the Mare Island U.S. Naval Shipyard, one of the most important naval shipyards in the country. It was also very briefly the capital of California in the early 1850s. It is the largest city in Solano County.
49 Inglewood 118,868 113,376 Los Angeles
50 Santa Clara 117,242 109,576 Santa Clara Santaclaraconventioncenter.jpg
51 Costa Mesa 116,479 108,978 Orange OC-Performing-Arts-Center.jpg
52 Downey 113,469 108,109 Los Angeles Downey City Hall.jpg
53 West Covina 112,648 106,388 Los Angeles Wcovina.jpg
54 Roseville 112,343 108,579 Placer Roseville - City Civic Center.jpg
55 Norwalk 109,567 103,720 Los Angeles
56 Victorville 109,441 107,221 San Bernardino
57 San Buenaventura (Ventura) 108,787 103,219 Ventura Mission San Buenaventura.jpg
58 Burbank 108,082 107,921 Los Angeles Burbankeast.jpg Media Capital of the World
59 Berkeley 107,178 101,377 Alameda Berkeleyfromclaremont800x600.jpg
60 Daly City 107,099 100,882 San Mateo Daly City.jpg
61 Fairfield 106,440 103,992 Solano Solanocountygovoffice.jpg Fairfield is the county seat of Solano County, but not the largest city in the county, which is Vallejo.
62 Carlsbad 104,652 San Diego
63 Richmond 104,513 101,454 Contra Costa Point Richmond, Richmond, California.jpg
64 South Gate 102,770 Los Angeles
65 Temecula 102,604 Riverside Temecula big.jpg The heart of Southern California Wine Country.
66 Antioch 100,957 Contra Costa Elcampanilthratre.jpg
67 Murrieta 100,714 Riverside
68 Mission Viejo 100,242 Orange
69 Rialto 100,022 San Bernardino
70 Compton 99,431 Los Angeles Compton martin luther king monument.jpg
71 Carson 98,159 Los Angeles HomeDepotCenter1.jpg Location of the Home Depot Center, housing both of the Major League Soccer teams for Los Angeles, namely: the Los Angeles Galaxy & Chivas USA.
72 El Cajon 98,133 San Diego
73 San Mateo 96,557 San Mateo MCB-san-mateo-aerial.jpg
74 Vacaville 96,450 Solano
75 Vista 96,089 San Diego
76 Clovis 95,128 Fresno
77 Westminster 93,284 Orange
78 Santa Maria 92,542 Santa Barbara
79 Santa Monica 92,494 Los Angeles Santa monica beach dehk.jpg Home of the world famous Santa Monica Pier.
80 Redding 90,898 Shasta Sundialbridge1.png Located on the banks of the Sacramento River, Redding is the largest city in California north of Sacramento. It is the gateway to numerous recreation areas including Shasta Lake, the Trinity Alps, and Mount Shasta. It is also home to the Sundial Bridge, designed by Santiago Calatrava, which also happens to be the world's largest sundial.
81 Santa Barbara 90,308 Santa Barbara Santa Barbara mission CA1.jpg
82 Hawthorne 89,979 Los Angeles
83 Alhambra 89,171 Los Angeles Alhambra, CA.jpg
84 Hesperia 88,184 San Bernardino
85 Chico 87,713 Butte Bidwell Mansion 2006 11 IMGP0863.JPG Chico is the retail hub of the mid-Sacramento Valley and is home to institutions such as Bidwell Park, California State University Chico, and Sierra Nevada Brewing Company.
86 Citrus Heights 87,565 Sacramento Sunrise Mall - inside.jpg
87 Whittier 86,788 Los Angeles Southern Pacific Railroad Depot, Whittier.JPG
88 Newport Beach 86,252 Orange Balboa-beach.jpg
89 Livermore 84,409 Alameda LLNL Aerial View.jpg
90 Chino 84,173 San Bernardino
91 Lakewood 83,508 Los Angeles
92 Buena Park 83,385 Orange Home of Knott's Berry Farm.
93 San Marcos 83,149 San Diego
94 San Leandro 82,472 Alameda San Leandro Marina 07830.JPG Historically a town with dozens of huge cherry farms and a Spanish missionary ranch, San Leandro today is a rapidly growing city of worldwide industries and a suburb of Oakland. Founded in 1872, it is one of the oldest cities in California.
95 Indio 82,230 Riverside
96 Tracy 81,714 San Joaquin 11th and Central Tracy California 14-May-2006.jpg
97 Baldwin Park 81,445 Los Angeles
98 Merced 80,542 Merced Dscf0619.JPG
99 Chino Hills 78,725 San Bernardino Chino Hills.jpg
100 Lake Forest 78,344 Orange
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