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  3. List of cities in Los Angeles County, California - Wikipedia

    References "Cities within the County of Los Angeles" (PDF).Chief Executive Office - Los Angeles County "Census 2010: Table 3A — Total Population by Race (Hispanic exclusive) and Hispanic or Latino: 2010".

    Date incorporated
    Population as of (2010 Census)
    December 8, 1982
    July 11, 1903
    August 5, 1903
    May 29, 1959
  4. Largest Cities in Los Angeles County (Square Miles) Los Angeles. 502.69. Palmdale. 106.22. Lancaster. 94.55. Santa Clarita. 52.78.

  5. Cities and Communities – COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

    The 88 cities, approximate 140 unincorporated areas, and communities within the City of Los Angeles are listed with the supervisorial district in which they are located. Cities: Incorporation Dates City Officials Roster

  6. List of cities in Los Angeles County, California - WikiVisually

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  7. Most Populous Cities in Los Angeles County, California

    Los Angeles County. Map of Most Populous Cities in Los Angeles County. Los Angeles Almanac Map. Also see Population of Los Angeles County Cities & Unincorporated Communities, 1990-Most Recent Census and Most Recent Estimated Populations for Los Angeles County Cities and Racial/Ethnic Composition of Los Angeles County Cities, 2010 Census

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  8. List of Towns and Cities in Los Angeles County, California ...

    Pomona. Porter Ranch. Rancho Palos Verdes. Redondo Beach. Reseda. Rosemead. Rowland Heights. San Dimas. San Fernando.

  9. Although the members of most city councils in Los Angeles County cities represent their city at large, some city councils are formally divided among designated council districts (Alhambra, Bradbury, Compton, Downey, Inglewood, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Pasadena, Pomona, and Redondo Beach).

  10. The Biggest Cities In Louisiana - WorldAtlas
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    • New Orleans. With a population of 391,495, New Orleans is Louisiana’s most populous city. It is located in the southeastern region of the state, along the banks of the Mississippi River.
    • Baton Rouge. Baton Rouge is Louisiana’s second biggest city, with a population of 227,715. The city is located on the eastern bank of the Mississippi River and serves as the parish seat of East Baton Rouge Parish.
    • Shreveport. With a population of 194,920, Shreveport is Louisiana’s third most populous city. It is the country’s 126th largest city by population and serves as the parish seat of Caddo Parish.
    • Lafayette. The city of Lafayette has a population of 127,626, which ranks as Louisiana’s fourth biggest city. It is located in the southwestern part of the state, along the Vermilion River, and serves as the parish seat of Lafayette Parish.
  11. Incorporated Cities – COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

    The first of the County's 88 cities was incorporated in 1850, the last in 1991. Cities within the County of Los Angeles (PDF) Cities by Population (PDF) Communities by Supervisorial District (PDF) City Websites (PDF) League of California Cities Map (PDF) LA World Trade Center – compiled resource and city data

  12. List of largest California cities by population - Wikipedia

    Norwalk is a Gateway City located southeast of downtown Los Angeles. Norwalk is the home of Cerritos College and the Los Angeles County Registrar/Recorder. 70 Rialto: 103,526 San Bernardino: Rialto is home to three major regional distribution centers: Staples, Inc., which serves stores across the entire West Coast of the United States, FedEx, and Target.

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