Patterson, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

If you want to know more about the population of Patterson City, California, you may want to check out the Demographics section of this article. Patterson has a population of 22,524 people, which makes it the 1,675th largest city in the country. The city has a total area of 6.0 square miles and is located in Stanislaus County. As of 2010-2014, the population of Patterson is growing moderately, compared to other US cities.

Paterson is the county seat and the largest city of Passaic County, New Jersey. As of the 2010 Census, the city had a population of 144,812 people, which made it the third most populated city in the state of New Jersey. It is home to the second-largest metro area in the United States, behind only New York City. As of the 2015 Census Bureau, the city's population has increased by 1.1% since the last census.

One of the most desirable neighborhoods in Paterson is the Manor Section. This area is located east of East 33rd Street and north of Broadway. The area is bordered to the south by Woodland Park and Totowa across the Passaic River. It is home to a large Hispanic population, with many first-generation Hispanic families. The neighborhood is also home to a large Colombian population.

The city is considered the hub of the Peruvian diaspora in the U.S. The rapidly growing Peruvian community celebrates the holiday Senor de los Milagros and participates in the Passaic County Peruvian Day Parade. The parade also passes through the Little Lima neighborhood. These are just a few of the many ethnic groups in the city. The population of Paterson City is diverse and exciting!