What is the current population of Hayward?

Based on the latest 2020 data from the US census, the current population of Hayward is 159,203. Hayward, California is the 160th largest city in the US.

What was the peak population of Hayward?

The current population of Hayward (159,203) is it's peak population.

How quickly is Hayward growing?

Hayward has grown 12.9% since the 2000. Hayward, California's growth is about average. 53% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

What county is Hayward, California in?

Hayward is located entirely in Alameda County.

What is the population density of Hayward, California?

Hayward has a population density of 3,181.3 people per square mile.

What is the size of Hayward, California in square miles?

Hayward has an area of 45.3 square miles.

What is the voting age population of Hayward, California?

The total voting age population of Hayward, California, meaning US citizens 18 or older, is 97,879. The voting age population is 48.7% male and 51.3% female.

What percentage of Hayward, California residents are senior citizens?

According to the latest census statistics, 12.1% of the residents of Hayward are 65 or older.

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2019 159,203 160
2018 159,620 160
2017 160,500 159
2016 158,937 160
2015 158,289 160
2014 154,612 161
2013 151,574 161
2012 149,392 162
2011 146,911 163
2010 144,186 168
2009 144,291 164
2008 142,212 168
2007 139,996 171
2006 139,257 171
2005 139,579 166
2004 139,949 165
2003 140,393 163
2002 141,722 158
2001 142,595 154
2000 140,996 154
1990 114,640 160

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2019
150 Salem, Oregon 174,365 26.4%
151 Pembroke Pines, Florida 173,591 25.5%
152 Eugene, Oregon 172,622 24.1%
153 Garden Grove, California 171,644 3.7%
154 Cary, North Carolina 170,282 74.8%
155 Fort Collins, Colorado 170,243 41.7%
156 Corona, California 169,868 31.6%
157 Springfield, Missouri 167,882 10.2%
158 Jackson, Mississippi 160,628 -13.2%
159 Alexandria, Virginia 159,428 23.1%
160 Hayward, California 159,203 12.9%
161 Clarksville, Tennessee 158,146 52.1%
162 Lakewood, Colorado 157,935 9.3%
163 Lancaster, California 157,601 32.2%
164 Salinas, California 155,465 8.3%
165 Palmdale, California 155,079 31.9%
166 Hollywood, Florida 154,817 10.8%
167 Springfield, Massachusetts 153,606 1.1%
168 Macon-Bibb County, Georgia 153,159
169 Kansas City, Kansas 152,960 4.2%
170 Sunnyvale, California 152,703 15.8%

Similarly Sized Cities In California

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2019
62 Stockton 312,697 27.8%
72 Irvine 287,401 95.9%
75 Chula Vista 274,492 56.3%
93 Fremont 241,110 18.0%
102 San Bernardino 215,784 14.1%
103 Modesto 215,196 13.1%
104 Fontana 214,547 46.2%
106 Moreno Valley 213,055 48.7%
107 Santa Clarita 212,979 36.8%
110 Oxnard 208,881 21.7%
119 Glendale 199,303 2.0%
120 Huntington Beach 199,223 4.8%
137 Ontario 185,010 16.6%
145 Rancho Cucamonga 177,603 37.5%
146 Santa Rosa 176,753 18.4%
148 Oceanside 175,742 8.5%
149 Elk Grove 174,775 113.9%
153 Garden Grove 171,644 3.7%
156 Corona 169,868 31.6%
160 Hayward 159,203 12.9%
163 Lancaster 157,601 32.2%
164 Salinas 155,465 8.3%
165 Palmdale 155,079 31.9%
170 Sunnyvale 152,703 15.8%
171 Pomona 151,691 2.4%
173 Escondido 151,625 12.8%
184 Torrance 143,592 3.8%
189 Roseville 141,500 74.0%
192 Pasadena 141,029 4.8%
198 Orange 138,669 6.7%
199 Fullerton 138,632 9.5%
202 Visalia 134,605 40.7%
212 Santa Clara 130,365 27.3%
215 Concord 129,295 5.7%
218 Thousand Oaks 126,813 7.9%
220 Simi Valley 125,613 12.1%
229 Victorville 122,385 89.6%
231 Vallejo 121,692 3.6%
233 Berkeley 121,363 17.7%
243 Fairfield 117,133 20.9%
249 Murrieta 116,223 124.3%
251 El Monte 115,487 -0.6%
252 Carlsbad 115,382 45.2%
254 Temecula 114,761 67.0%
255 Clovis 114,584 63.8%
259 Costa Mesa 113,003 3.2%
266 Antioch 111,502 21.7%
268 Downey 111,126 3.3%
272 Richmond 110,567 10.9%
277 Jurupa Valley 109,527
282 San Buenaventura (Ventura) 109,106 7.7%
284 Inglewood 108,151 -4.0%
287 Santa Maria 107,263 37.3%
290 Daly City 106,280 2.5%
293 West Covina 105,101 -0.1%
297 San Mateo 104,430 12.6%
298 Norwalk 103,949 -0.5%
299 Rialto 103,526 11.5%
301 Chico 103,301 33.9%
302 El Cajon 102,708 8.0%
303 Burbank 102,511 2.0%
306 Vista 101,638 12.9%
313 Vacaville 100,670 12.5%
327 San Marcos 96,664 73.0%
332 Hesperia 95,750 51.8%
334 Compton 95,605 2.0%
341 Menifee 94,756 121.5%
342 Tracy 94,740 63.2%
346 Mission Viejo 94,381 0.8%
347 Chino 94,371 34.7%
353 South Gate 93,444 -3.2%
359 Redding 92,590 13.7%
362 Indio 91,765 82.3%
364 Carson 91,394 1.5%
365 Santa Barbara 91,364 1.9%
367 Westminster 90,643 2.7%
368 Santa Monica 90,401 7.1%
370 Livermore 90,189 21.9%
378 San Leandro 88,815 11.3%
384 Citrus Heights 87,796 2.8%
391 Hawthorne 86,068 2.2%
392 Redwood City 85,925 13.8%
396 Lake Forest 85,531 12.4%
397 Hemet 85,334 43.6%
398 Whittier 85,098 1.5%
405 Newport Beach 84,534 6.9%
408 Milpitas 84,196 33.9%
410 Chino Hills 83,853 24.4%
411 Alhambra 83,750 -1.6%
412 Merced 83,676 29.4%
417 Manteca 83,028 64.7%
418 Mountain View 82,739 17.0%
421 Buena Park 81,788 4.7%
422 Pleasanton 81,777 27.1%
428 Folsom 81,328 54.2%

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