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Babies Kept San Francisco’s Population from Falling in 2019

Babies Kept San Francisco’s Population from Falling in 2019

Having really slowed its roll last year, the estimated population of San Francisco proper continued to grow at an annual rate of 0.3 percent in the first half of 2019 and hit a record high of 889,360 as of July 1. That being said, for the first time in... Read More »

Population Growth of San Francisco Really Slows Its Roll

Having grown at an average rate of over one percent per year over the past decade, peaking at 1.7 percent in 2012, the estimated population of San Francisco proper inched up 0.3 percent in 2018, from a downwardly revised 880,980 at the start of last year to 883,869 as... Read More »

SF Population Ticks Up to 884,000; Bay Area Nearing 7.8 Million Mark

The estimated population of San Francisco proper has inched up from 880,400 in July of 2017 to 884,000 as of January 1, 2018, according to the latest data from California’s Department of Finance. As such, San Francisco’s population increased by roughly 10,000 (1.14 percent) in 2017, with 64 percent... Read More »

San Francisco Population Hits 880,000; Bay Area Over 7.7 Million

The estimated population of San Francisco proper has crossed the 880K mark, hitting 880,418 on the first of July, according to data from California’s Department of Finance. That’s an increase of 7,955 or 0.91 percent since July 1, 2016, matching the population growth rate over the previous year which... Read More »

Bay Area Is The Fastest Growing Region In California

Having grown by an estimated 16,962 residents last year, the population of San Jose is now over the one million mark (1,000,536) while the population of San Francisco has grown to 836,620, an increase of 10,617 residents in 2013, according to California’s Department of Finance. At the same time,... Read More »

Bay Area Plan To Support 2 Million More People Up For Vote

Bay Area Plan To Support 2 Million More People Up For Vote

The Bay Area transportation, land-use and housing plan which is based on an expected increase in Bay Area population from roughly 7 million to 9 million people over the next 30 years is up for adoption by the Association of Bay Area Governments and Metropolitan Transportation Commission tomorrow evening.... Read More »

Are The Big Plans For San Francisco’s Central Corridor Big Enough?

Are The Big Plans For San Francisco’s Central Corridor Big Enough?

With a pressing need to support the City’s projected job growth and continued economic development, San Francisco’s Planning Department has spent the past two years developing the growth plan and strategy for San Francisco’s Central Corridor, “a high-demand area with excellent regional transit accessibility, adjacency to existing job centers,... Read More »