Map of California Cities


For a free printable Map of California Cities, see the link at the bottom of this page.

Shown below is a list of California's largest cities, ranked by population size.

All of these cities can be found on a standard Map of California Cities. 





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





Shown below is a list of California's smallest cities (also known as towns), along with each city's population as of 2010. 

  1. Vernon (112)
  2. Amador City (185)
  3. Industry (219)
  4. Sand City (334)
  5. Trinidad (367)
  6. Tehama (418)
  7. Point Arena (449)
  8. Etna (737)
  9. Loyalton (769)
  10. Isleton (804) 
  11. Fort Jones (839) 
  12. 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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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 added to the map of 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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