Largest cities in Southern California

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This is a list of the 100 largest cities in Southern California by population. Official definitions of cities are defined according to the concept of city proper. The list ranks the regions urban municipal units (or well-defined statistical groupings of such units) according to population. Note that the populations listed are for the city proper and not for the urban area nor the metropolitan area. Population figures for Southern California cities are based on the reports of the 2010 United States Census.[1]

Largest cities (city proper) in Southern California
Rank City County Population
1 Los Angeles Los Angeles 3,928,364
2 San Diego San Diego 1,381,069
3 Long Beach Los Angeles 473,577
4 Bakersfield Kern 368,759
5 Anaheim Orange 346,997
6 Santa Ana Orange 334,909
7 Riverside Riverside 319,504
8 Chula Vista San Diego 260,988
9 Irvine Orange 248,531
10 San Bernardino San Bernardino 215,213
11 Oxnard Ventura 205,437
12 Fontana San Bernardino 204,950
13 Moreno Valley Riverside 202,976
14 Huntington Beach Orange 200,809
15 Glendale Los Angeles 200,167
16 Santa Clarita Los Angeles 181,557
17 Garden Grove Orange 175,078
18 Oceanside San Diego 174,558
19 Rancho Cucamonga San Bernardino 174,305
20 Ontario San Bernardino 169,089
21 Corona Riverside 161,486
22 Lancaster Los Angeles 161,043
23 Palmdale Los Angeles 158,279
24 Pomona Los Angeles 153,350
25 Escondido San Diego 150,243
26 Torrance Los Angeles 148,495
27 Pasadena Los Angeles 140,881
28 Orange Orange 139,812
29 Fullerton Orange 139,677
30 Thousand Oaks Ventura 129,342
31 Simi Valley Ventura 126,871
32 Victorville San Bernardino 121,901
33 El Monte Los Angeles 116,631
34 Downey Los Angeles 114,172
35 Costa Mesa Orange 112,784
36 Carlsbad San Diego 112,299
37 Inglewood Los Angeles 111,905
38 Ventura Ventura 109,484
39 Temecula Riverside 109,428
40 West Covina Los Angeles 108,455
41 Murrieta Riverside 108,466
42 Norwalk Los Angeles 107,096
43 Burbank Los Angeles 105,368
44 Santa Maria Santa Barbara 103,410
45 El Cajon San Diego 103,091
46 Rialto San Bernardino 102,741
47 Jurupa Valley Riverside 98,842
48 Compton Los Angeles 98,597
49 Vista San Diego 98,079
50 Mission Viejo Orange 97,209
51 South Gate Los Angeles 96,312
52 Carson Los Angeles 93,271
53 Santa Monica Los Angeles 92,987
54 San Marcos San Diego 92,989
55 Hesperia San Bernardino 92,749
56 Westminster Orange 92,068
57 Santa Barbara Santa Barbara 91,196
58 Hawthorne Los Angeles 87,583
59 Whittier Los Angeles 87,318
60 Newport Beach Orange 87,266
61 Indio Riverside 85,633
62 Alhambra Los Angeles 85,569
63 Menifee Riverside 85,182
64 Chino San Bernardino 84,723
65 Buena Park Orange 83,105
66 Hemet Riverside 83,032
67 Lakewood Los Angeles 81,653
68 Tustin Orange 80,621
69 Lake Forest Orange 80,148
70 Bellflower Los Angeles 78,236
71 Baldwin Park Los Angeles 77,119
72 Chino Hills San Bernardino 77,005
73 Upland San Bernardino 76,043
74 Perris Riverside 73,756
75 Lynwood Los Angeles 71,839
76 Apple Valley San Bernardino 71,595
77 Redlands San Bernardino 70,622
78 Redondo Beach Los Angeles 68,149
79 Yorba Linda Orange 67,826
80 Camarillo Ventura 66,923
81 Laguna Niguel Orange 65,448
82 San Clemente Orange 65,326
83 Pico Rivera Los Angeles 64,235
84 Montebello Los Angeles 63,929
85 Encinitas San Diego 62,254
86 La Habra Orange 62,066
87 Monterey Park Los Angeles 61,458
88 Montebello Los Angeles 60,395
89 National City San Diego 60,343
90 Lake Elsinore Riverside 60,029
91 Huntington Park Los Angeles 59,362
92 La Mesa San Diego 59,177
93 Arcadia Los Angeles 58,232
94 Santee San Diego 57,052
95 Eastvale Riverside 57,016
96 Fountain Valley Orange 57,010
97 Diamond Bar Los Angeles 56,784
98 Paramount Los Angeles 55,406
99 Rosemead Los Angeles 54,947
100 Highland San Bernardino 54,651

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  1. ^ "Table US Census Data". Retrieved April 17, 2011. 

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