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NEW DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT SHOWS CALIFORNIA POPULATION. NEARING 40 MILLION MARK WITH GROWTH OF 309,000 IN 2017. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CONTACT : Doug Kuczynski/Ethan Sharygin May 1, 2018 (916) 323-4086. Palmer (916) 323-0648. SACRAMENTO California added 309,000 residents in 2017 to bring the state's total population as of January 1st to 39,810,000, according to new population estimates released today by the California Department of Finance. Last year's growth rate compares to the annualized growth rate since the 2010 Census. Since 2010, when the state's population was 37,253,956, population growth has averaged 333,000 a year. Tuesday's report contains preliminary January 2018 and revised January 2017 population data for California cities, counties, and the state. Highlights include: Growth was strongest in the more densely populated counties in the Bay Area, the Central Valley, and Southern California, averaging percent.

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1 NEW DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT SHOWS CALIFORNIA POPULATION. NEARING 40 MILLION MARK WITH GROWTH OF 309,000 IN 2017. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CONTACT : Doug Kuczynski/Ethan Sharygin May 1, 2018 (916) 323-4086. Palmer (916) 323-0648. SACRAMENTO California added 309,000 residents in 2017 to bring the state's total population as of January 1st to 39,810,000, according to new population estimates released today by the California Department of Finance. Last year's growth rate compares to the annualized growth rate since the 2010 Census. Since 2010, when the state's population was 37,253,956, population growth has averaged 333,000 a year. Tuesday's report contains preliminary January 2018 and revised January 2017 population data for California cities, counties, and the state. Highlights include: Growth was strongest in the more densely populated counties in the Bay Area, the Central Valley, and Southern California, averaging percent.

2 Of California's 482 cities, 421 saw gains in population, 57 saw reductions, and 4 experienced no change. The three fastest growing counties on a percentage basis were Merced ( percent, 4,900. persons), Placer ( percent, 6,400 persons), and San Joaquin ( percent, 11,500. persons); all attributing their growth to a combination of an increase in housing construction and positive domestic migration. Los Angeles, California's largest city, grew by almost 33,000 persons ( percent) in 2017. adding on to a population of over four million (4,054,000). San Diego, California's second largest city with a population of 1,420,000, added almost 20,000 persons during the year. San Francisco, with a population of 884,000, added almost 10,000 persons, while Irvine with a population of 276,000, added almost 9,000 persons in 2017. San Jose (1,051,000) rounds out the top five largest numeric changes with an increase of 8,500 persons.

3 California's statewide housing growth, as measured by net unit growth in completed housing units for 2017, was 85,000 units. Total housing in California reached 14,158,000 units, a percent increase. Throughout the state, more than 13,200 housing units were demolished in 2017, with wildfires heavily influencing a number of areas. The counties with most housing loss due to fire include Sonoma ( percent), Napa ( percent), and Mendocino ( percent). Between 2010 and 2016, an average of 5,500 housing units were demolished statewide. Santa Rosa in Sonoma County lost 3,081 housing units as a result of the wildfires, the most in the state. However, overall change in Santa Rosa population is positive ( percent) due to a large annexation of almost 2,000 housing units. While the Thomas fire in Ventura County was the largest by area, fewer housing units were affected. The current estimates do not include complete impacts from that fire, and will be revised next year.

4 - MORE - -2- Also of note in the report: Ranked by net housing gains, Los Angeles (13,852), San Diego (5,961), San Francisco (4,464), Irvine (3,798), and San Jose (2,590) added the most housing units in 2017. Of the ten largest cities in California, SACRAMENTO had the largest percentage gain in population ( percent, or 7,000) edging out San Diego ( percent, or 20,000). SACRAMENTO surpassed 500,000 for the first time. Of the 14,158,000 housing units in California, 9,147,000 are single family and 4,449,000 are multi-family with 562,000 mobile homes. Multi-family housing growth outpaced single family housing by over 12,000 net units ( net refers to new construction minus demolition), continuing a six-year trend. Los Angeles led the state with 12,488 multi-family units, comprising percent of their total housing growth, followed by San Diego (5,241 for percent), San Francisco (4,469 for 100 percent), and San Jose (2,421 for percent).

5 Group quarters account for about 2 percent of the total state population (849,000). This population includes, among others, those living in college dorms (239,000) and in correctional facilities (216,000). In 2017, the group quarters population grew by just over 7,000 people or percent, which is slightly faster than the state ( percent). The college dormitory population grew faster at 7,500 ( percent), local jails grew by 1,800 ( percent) and state prisons decreased by 1,500 (less than 1 percent). State prisons are generally located in remote areas; as a result, increases or decreases in this population can account for significant changes in their respective locations. For example, state prison declines led to population decreases in Susanville in Lassen County, Lompoc in Santa Barbara County, and Victorville in San Bernardino County, while driving population increases in Avenal in Kings County, Crescent City in Del Norte County, and California City in Kern County.

6 Background Information: These population estimates are produced annually by the Department of Finance for use by local areas to calculate their annual appropriations limit. The State Controller's Office uses Finance's estimates to update their population figures for distribution of state subventions to cities and counties, and to comply with various state codes. Additionally, estimates are used for research and planning purposes by federal, state, and local agencies, the academic community, and the private sector. Changes to the housing stock are used in the preparation of the annual city population estimates. Estimated occupancy of housing units and the number of persons per household further determine population levels. Changes in city housing stock result from new construction, demolitions, housing unit conversions, and annexations. The sub-county population estimates are then adjusted to be consistent with independently produced county estimates.

7 Related population reports are available on the Department's website: # # #. Department of Finance Demographic Research Unit Population Estimates for California Cities 10 Largest Cities City Population Percent Change January 1, 2018 2017-18. 1. Los Angeles 4,054,400 2. San Diego 1,419,845 3. San Jose 1,051,316 4. San Francisco 883,963 5. Fresno 538,330 6. SACRAMENTO 501,344 7. Long Beach 478,561 8. Oakland 428,827 9. Bakersfield 386,839 10. Anaheim 357,084 10 Fastest Growing Cities with Populations Over 30,000. City Population Percent Change January 1, 2018 2017-18. 1. Chino Hills 83,159 2. Dublin 63,241 3. Newark 47,467 4. Rocklin 66,830 5. Irvine 276,176 6. Santa Clara 129,604 7. Beaumont 48,237 8. Pleasanton 79,201 9. Aliso Viejo 51,950 10. Clovis 113,883 10 Cities Under 300,000 with the Largest Numeric Change City Population Numeric Change January 1, 2018 2017-18.

8 1. Irvine 267,176 9,079. 2. Santa Clara 129,604 4,076. 3. Glendale 205,536 3,831. 4. Chino Hills 83,159 3,655. 5. Clovis 113,883 3,351. 6. Moreno Valley 207,629 3,344. 7. Sunnyvale 153,389 2,790. 8. Dublin 63,241 2,754. 9. Roseville 137,213 2,563. 10. Pleasanton 79,201 2,453. E-1: City/County/State Population Estimates with Annual Percent Change January 1, 2017 and 2018. Total Population Percent Total Population Percent JURISDICTION 1/1/17 1/1/18 Change JURISDICTION 1/1/17 1/1/18 Change CALIFORNIA 39,500,973 39,809,693 Danville 44,048 44,396 El Cerrito 24,674 24,939 Alameda 1,646,405 1,660,202 Hercules 26,185 26,317 Alameda 78,575 78,863 Lafayette 25,416 25,655 Albany 18,646 19,053 Martinez 37,831 38,097 Berkeley 120,700 121,874 Moraga 16,866 16,991 Dublin 60,487 63,241 Oakley 41,116 41,742 Emeryville 11,995 11,994 Orinda 19,012 19,199 Fremont 233,893 235,439 Pinole 19,101 19,236 Hayward 161,455 162,030 Pittsburg 71,342 72,647 Livermore 90,454 91,411 Pleasant Hill 34,944 35,068 Newark 45,668 47,467 Richmond 110,114 110,967 Oakland 427,503 428,827 San Pablo 31,383 31,593 Piedmont 11,309 11,318 San Ramon 81,354 82,643 Pleasanton 76,748 79,201 Walnut Creek 70,558 70,667 San Leandro 87,376 87,598 Balance of County 172,082 172.

9 513 Union City 72,975 72,991 Balance of County 148,621 148,895 Del Norte 27,060 27,221 Crescent City 6,178 6,590 Alpine 1,156 1,154 Balance of County 20,882 20,631 Amador 38,382 38,094 El Dorado 186,223 188,399 Amador 190 186 Placerville 10,568 10,642 Ione 7,683 8,058 South Lake Tahoe 21,068 21,892 Jackson 4,761 4,679 Balance of County 154,587 155,865 Plymouth 1,010 1,002 Sutter Creek 2,505 2,479 Fresno 995,233 1,007,229 Balance of County 22,233 21,690 Clovis 110,532 113,883 Coalinga 16,987 16,791 Butte 226,403 227,621 Firebaugh 8,047 8,112 Biggs 1,913 1,913 Fowler 6,092 6,241 Chico 91,398 92,348 Fresno 533,670 538,330 Gridley 6,930 6,937 Huron 7,274 7,302 Oroville 18,008 18,144 Kerman 14,743 15,083 Paradise 26,228 26,572 Kingsburg 12,215 12,392 Balance of County 81,926 81,707 Mendota 11,704 12,051 Orange Cove 9,279 9,469 Calaveras 45,175 45,157 Parlier 15,283 15,493 Angels City 4,108 4,121 Reedley 26,023 26,390 Balance of County 41,067 41,036 Sanger 26,249 26,648 San Joaquin 4,095 4,119 Colusa 22,050 22,098 Selma 24,585 24,742 Colusa 6,257 6,241 Balance of County 168,455 170,183 Williams 5,365 5,465 Balance of County 10,428 10,392 Glenn 28,730 28,796 Orland 7,844 7,932 Contra Costa 1,139,313 1,149,363 Willows 6,066 6,064 Antioch 112,280 113,061 Balance of County 14,820 14,800 Brentwood 61,383 63,042 Clayton 11,342 11,431 Concord 128,282 129,159 E-1: City/County/State Population Estimates with Annual Percent Change January 1, 2017 and 2018.

10 Total Population Percent Total Population Percent JURISDICTION 1/1/17 1/1/18 Change JURISDICTION 1/1/17 1/1/18 Change Humboldt 136,430 136,002 Lassen 30,661 30,911 Arcata 18,388 18,398 Susanville 14,815 14,954 Blue Lake 1,301 1,280 Balance of County 15,846 15,957 Eureka 26,500 26,362 Ferndale 1,373 1,367 Los Angeles 10,231,271 10,283,729 Fortuna 12,008 12,042 Agoura Hills 20,858 20,878 Rio Dell 3,355 3,348 Alhambra 86,420 86,665 Trinidad 335 340 Arcadia 57,506 57,704 Balance of County 73,170 72,865 Artesia 16,781 16,792 Avalon 3,860 3,867 Imperial 187,921 190,624 Azusa 49,606 49,954 Brawley 27,116 27,417 Baldwin Park 76,463 76,708 Calexico 40,732 41,199 Bell 36,297 36,325 Calipatria 7,537 7,488 Bellflower 77,466 77,682 El Centro 45,413 46,315 Bell Gardens 42,971 43,051 Holtville 6,349 6,501 Beverly Hills 34,443 34,504 Imperial 18,341 19,372 Bradbury 1,068 1,069 Westmorland 2,279 2,325 Burbank 107,029 107,149 Balance of County 40,154 40,007 Calabasas 24,183 24,296 Carson 93,453 93,799 Inyo 18,598 18,577 Cerritos 50,025 50,058 Bishop 3,937 3,922 Claremont 36,293 36,446 Balance of County 14,661 14,655 Commerce 13,061 13,067 Compton 99,751 99,872 Kern 896,101 905,801 Covina 48,901 49,006 Arvin 21,312 21,696 Cudahy 24,328 24,343 Bakersfield 382,570 386,839 Culver City 39,847 39,860 California City 14,619 14,875 Diamond Bar 57,245 57,460 Delano 52,953 53,276 Downey 113,670 114,146 Maricopa 1,131 1,156 Duarte 21,999 22,013 McFarland 14,826 15,105 El Monte 116,942 117,204 Ridgecrest 28,427 28,822 El Segundo 16,777 16,784 Shafter 18,516 19,271 Gardena 60,987 61,246 Taft 9,446 9,482 Glendale 201,705 205,536 Tehachapi 12,325 12,299 Glendora 52,452 52,703 Wasco 27,056 27,691 Hawaiian Gardens 14,625 14,666 Balance of County 312.


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