As of 2010, the largest city in California by population is Los Angeles with a population of 4,094,764. The second-largest city in California is San Diego, followed by San Jose, San Francisco and Fresno third, fourth, an... More »

According to See California, the five largest cities in California as of 2015 are Los Angeles, San Diego, San Jose, San Francisco and Fresno. These are ranked according to population size. More »

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Concord, California's largest employers include Mt. Diablo Unified School District, Chevron Credit Center, PG&E, Bank of America Technology Center and John Muir Medical Center Concord Campus. Other large employers are Co... More »

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According to See California, the five largest cities in California as of 2015 are Los Angeles, San Diego, San Jose, San Francisco and Fresno. These are ranked according to population size. More »

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The largest city in Arizona is Phoenix, with a population of 1,513,367 as of 2013. Tucson and Mesa are the second and third largest cities in Arizona, with populations of 526,116 and 457,587 respectively. More »

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Some major airports in California include Los Angeles International airport, San Francisco International airport and San Diego airport. The state capital, Sacramento, also features its own airport. More »

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Monrovia, California, is located at the base of the San Gabriel mountains and is only 20 miles from the city of Los Angeles. Monrovia has almost 40,000 residents and is the fourth oldest general law city in the Los Angel... More »

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