Latest Data (2017)
Population 4,721
Nationwide Rank 4878

Quick Facts

Brisbane, California is the 4,878th largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Brisbane, California is a city.

Brisbane, California is as large as it has ever been. In 2017 Brisbane had its largest population ever.

Brisbane, California is growing moderately quickly. It is growing faster than 83% of similarly sized cities since 2000.

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
4868 West Milton, Ohio 4,746 2.1%
4869 Crystal City, Missouri 4,740 10.7%
4870 Jackson, California 4,740 18.8%
4871 North Braddock, Pennsylvania 4,731 -24.5%
4872 Madisonville, Tennessee 4,730 18.0%
4873 Whitehouse, Ohio 4,730 70.6%
4874 Hamilton, Montana 4,728 21.1%
4875 Tulia, Texas 4,728 -6.9%
4876 Brielle, New Jersey 4,724 -3.7%
4877 Clinton, Indiana 4,724 -7.5%
4878 Brisbane, California 4,721 31.2%
4879 Winchester, Indiana 4,721 -5.0%
4880 Palmetto, Georgia 4,718 32.0%
4881 Elko New Market, Minnesota 4,716 452.8%
4882 Little Falls, New York 4,716 -8.9%
4883 Bluefield, Virginia 4,714 -11.6%
4884 Baxley, Georgia 4,713 8.2%
4885 DeWitt, Michigan 4,712 0.2%
4886 Auburn, Illinois 4,710 5.9%
4887 Cheboygan, Michigan 4,710 -11.1%
4888 Fountain Hill, Pennsylvania 4,709 2.1%

Similarly Sized Cities In California

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
3175 Taft 9,425 6.8%
3229 Tiburon 9,165 5.3%
3262 Rio Vista 9,009 90.7%
3278 Waterford 8,947 27.8%
3317 Calimesa 8,817 24.4%
3320 Cloverdale 8,803 27.2%
3327 Live Oak 8,774 40.7%
3383 Los Altos Hills 8,580 4.1%
3415 Gonzales 8,479 10.2%
3425 Westlake Village 8,440 0.7%
3462 Firebaugh 8,328 28.9%
3498 Pismo Beach 8,237 -3.9%
3502 Rolling Hills Estates 8,226 6.9%
3543 Mammoth Lakes 8,132 14.0%
3629 Ione 7,827 9.2%
3691 Sebastopol 7,666 -1.7%
3694 Orland 7,656 21.0%
3695 Woodlake 7,649 14.6%
3713 Yreka 7,600 4.5%
3714 Fairfax 7,598 3.7%
3715 Corning 7,592 11.4%
3716 Escalon 7,588 24.2%
3719 Ojai 7,582 -3.6%
3727 Calipatria 7,558 2.9%
3742 Hughson 7,498 87.4%
3752 Cotati 7,479 15.0%
3780 Guadalupe 7,370 30.3%
3807 Fort Bragg 7,312 7.0%
3808 Huron 7,311 15.3%
3821 Winters 7,273 17.9%
3833 Atherton 7,238 0.5%
3863 Sausalito 7,141 -2.6%
3965 Loomis 6,809 8.9%
4040 Gridley 6,608 18.6%
4048 Holtville 6,597 17.8%
4086 Fowler 6,495 61.5%
4118 Crescent City 6,399 -14.9%
4184 St. Helena 6,196 4.1%
4246 Willows 6,041 -2.7%
4274 Colusa 5,963 9.7%
4304 Solvang 5,909 10.8%
4315 Villa Park 5,895 -1.1%
4332 Gustine 5,844 22.5%
4439 Woodside 5,564 0.9%
4493 Dos Palos 5,445 23.9%
4508 Indian Wells 5,404 34.0%
4509 La Habra Heights 5,403 -5.7%
4537 Williams 5,349 45.1%
4581 Calistoga 5,273 1.5%
4588 Big Bear Lake 5,262 -3.8%
4639 Buellton 5,135 33.7%
4720 Needles 5,007 1.7%
4804 Willits 4,875 -4.0%
4814 Sonora 4,857 6.5%
4855 Lakeport 4,762 -3.6%
4870 Jackson 4,740 18.8%
4878 Brisbane 4,721 31.2%
4951 Portola Valley 4,611 3.2%
5105 Del Mar 4,363 -0.8%
5331 San Joaquin 4,043 22.8%
5444 Carmel-by-the-Sea 3,897 -4.7%
5483 Wheatland 3,842 63.6%
5508 Angels 3,807 24.9%
5545 Avalon 3,764 20.1%
5549 Bishop 3,760 5.4%
5681 Monte Sereno 3,578 2.6%
5822 Rio Dell 3,408 7.6%
5919 Mount Shasta 3,302 -7.3%
6079 Nevada City 3,136 4.3%
6301 Yountville 2,924 -11.3%
6533 Weed 2,716 -8.4%
6700 Sutter Creek 2,575 11.7%
6746 Alturas 2,540 -11.8%
6825 Ross 2,480 6.4%

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 4,721 4,878
2016 4,693 4,890
2015 4,717 4,860
2014 4,612 4,909
2013 4,443 5,013
2012 4,394 5,029
2011 4,342 5,055
2010 4,282 5,078
2009 3,704 5,412
2008 3,654 5,447
2007 3,587 5,481
2006 3,516 5,505
2005 3,520 5,471
2004 3,524 5,457
2003 3,486 5,475
2002 3,520 5,434
2001 3,567 5,373
2000 3,597 5,339
1990 2,945 5,573