Latest Data (2017)
Population 203,054
Nationwide Rank 112

Quick Facts

Glendale, California is the 112th largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Glendale, California is a city.

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

Glendale, California's growth is extremely below average. 82% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Glendale, California Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
102 San Bernardino, California 216,995 14.8%
103 Modesto, California 214,221 12.6%
104 Tacoma, Washington 213,418 10.0%
105 Fontana, California 211,815 44.3%
106 Santa Clarita, California 210,888 35.5%
107 Birmingham, Alabama 210,710 -12.9%
108 Oxnard, California 210,037 22.3%
109 Fayetteville, North Carolina 209,889 5.2%
110 Rochester, New York 208,046 -5.2%
111 Moreno Valley, California 207,226 44.6%
112 Glendale, California 203,054 3.9%
113 Yonkers, New York 202,019 2.9%
114 Huntington Beach, California 201,874 6.2%
115 Aurora, Illinois 200,965 39.0%
116 Salt Lake City, Utah 200,544 10.3%
117 Amarillo, Texas 199,826 14.8%
118 Montgomery, Alabama 199,518 -1.0%
119 Grand Rapids, Michigan 198,829 0.4%
120 Little Rock, Arkansas 198,606 8.3%
121 Akron, Ohio 197,846 -8.7%
122 Augusta-Richmond County, Georgia 197,166 1.0%

Similarly Sized Cities In California

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
53 Bakersfield 380,874 55.4%
55 Anaheim 352,497 7.0%
57 Santa Ana 334,136 -1.2%
58 Riverside 327,728 26.8%
61 Stockton 310,496 26.9%
73 Irvine 277,453 89.1%
76 Chula Vista 270,471 54.0%
96 Fremont 234,962 15.0%
102 San Bernardino 216,995 14.8%
103 Modesto 214,221 12.6%
105 Fontana 211,815 44.3%
106 Santa Clarita 210,888 35.5%
108 Oxnard 210,037 22.3%
111 Moreno Valley 207,226 44.6%
112 Glendale 203,054 3.9%
114 Huntington Beach 201,874 6.2%
141 Rancho Cucamonga 177,452 37.4%
144 Oceanside 176,193 8.7%
145 Ontario 175,841 10.8%
147 Santa Rosa 175,269 17.4%
148 Garden Grove 174,226 5.3%
149 Elk Grove 171,844 110.3%
154 Corona 167,836 30.0%
159 Hayward 160,500 13.8%
160 Lancaster 160,316 34.5%
162 Salinas 157,596 9.8%
163 Palmdale 157,519 34.0%
166 Sunnyvale 153,656 16.5%
170 Pomona 152,939 3.2%
173 Escondido 151,969 13.1%
178 Torrance 146,758 6.1%
186 Pasadena 142,647 6.0%
187 Orange 140,560 8.1%
188 Fullerton 140,392 10.9%
199 Roseville 135,329 66.4%
206 Visalia 133,010 39.1%
213 Concord 129,783 6.1%
214 Thousand Oaks 128,995 9.8%
216 Santa Clara 127,134 24.1%
217 Simi Valley 126,878 13.3%
224 Victorville 122,441 89.7%
226 Berkeley 122,324 18.7%
227 Vallejo 122,105 4.0%
242 Fairfield 116,266 20.0%
243 El Monte 116,109 0.0%
246 Carlsbad 115,330 45.2%
248 Temecula 114,327 66.4%
250 Costa Mesa 113,825 3.9%
254 Murrieta 113,326 118.7%
255 Downey 113,092 5.2%
259 Antioch 111,674 21.9%
267 San Buenaventura (Ventura) 110,790 9.4%
268 Inglewood 110,598 -1.8%
273 Richmond 110,040 10.4%
274 Clovis 109,691 56.8%
279 West Covina 107,598 2.1%
281 Daly City 107,074 3.3%
282 Santa Maria 107,014 37.0%
285 Norwalk 106,084 1.4%
286 Jurupa Valley 106,028
293 Burbank 104,834 4.3%
294 San Mateo 104,748 12.9%
296 El Cajon 103,894 9.2%
297 Rialto 103,562 11.5%
301 Vista 101,568 12.9%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 203,054 112
2016 200,831 112
2015 201,020 113
2014 200,167 116
2013 196,021 121
2012 194,478 122
2011 192,982 122
2010 191,719 119
2009 196,882 113
2008 195,486 112
2007 194,060 113
2006 195,627 108
2005 197,342 106
2004 198,641 102
2003 198,917 98
2002 197,849 101
2001 196,659 100
2000 195,315 100
1990 180,060 95