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CITY.............................POP


Los Angeles................4,065,585


Los Angeles County is home to no less than eighty-seven (87) cities, including the state's largest city (Los Angeles) and smallest city (Vernon).


San Diego..................1,353,993

San Jose....................1,006,892

San Francisco................845,559






Fresno..........................495,913

Long Beach...................492,682

Sacramento...................481,097

Oakland........................425,068

Santa Ana.....................355,662

Anaheim.......................348,467

Bakersfield....................333,719

Riverside.......................300,430

Stockton........................290,409

Chula Vista....................233,108

Fremont........................215,636

Irvine............................212,793

Modesto.........................210,088

Glendale.........................207,303

San Bernardino...............204,483

Huntington Beach............202,480

Oxnard...........................197,067

Fontana..........................189,021


Moreno Valley..................186,301

Oceanside.......................179,681

Rancho Cucamonga.........177,736

Santa Clarita...................177,150

Garden Grove..................174,715

Ontario...........................173,188

Pomona..........................163,408

Santa Rosa.....................161,496

Salinas...........................152,597

Palmdale.........................151,346

Hayward.........................150,878

Pasadena.........................150,185

Torrance..........................149,111

Corona............................148,597

Lancaster.........................145,074

Escondido.........................144,831

Orange.............................141,634

Elk Grove..........................141,430

Sunnyvale.........................138,826

Fullerton............................137,624

Thousand Oaks...................128,564

El Monte............................126,308

Simi Valley.........................125,814

Concord.............................124,599

Visalia...............................123,670

Vallejo...............................121,055

Inglewood..........................118,868

Santa Clara.........................117,242

Vallejo................................115,942

Victorville............................115,903

El Monte..............................113,475

Berkeley..............................112,580

Downey...............................111,772

Costa Mesa..........................109,960

Inglewood............................109,673

Ventura...............................106,433

West Covina.........................106,098

Norwalk................................105,549

Carlsbad...............................105,328

Fairfield................................105,321

Richmond..............................103,701

Murietta................................103,466

Burbank.................................103,340

Antioch...................................102,372

Daly City.................................101,123

Temecula................................100,097


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On the other hand, here's a list of California's smallest cities (also known as towns), along with each city's population as of 2010.

Vernon (112), Amador City (185), Industry (219), Sand City (334), Trinidad (367), Tehama (418), Point Arena (449), Etna (737), Loyalton (769), Isleton (804) Fort Jones (839) and Dorris (939).

These twelve municipalities are the only cities in California with less than a thousand full time residents. Still, most of these small towns can be found on a Map of California Cities.


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INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT CALIFORNIA CITIES:

The first city incorporated in the state California was Sacramento in February of 1850. Later that same year, San Diego, San Joe, Benicia, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, San Francisco and Stockton were also incorporated as California cities.

The state of California is divided into 58 counties.

In land area, California's smallest town is Amador City, spanning less than one third of a square mile. The state's largest city in land size is Los Angeles, covering nearly 469 square miles.

There is only one city in each of the California counties of Calaveras (Angels Camp), Del Norte (Crescent City), Inyo (bishop), Lassen (Susanville), Modoc (Alturas), Mono (Mammoth Lakes), Plumas (portola), San Francisco (San Francisco), Sierra (Loyalton) and Tuolumne (Sonora).


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