Statistics and information about the city of Paris

Map of Paris

The city of Paris is part of the Paris departement in the Île-de-France region. Paris belongs to the district of Paris and its canton is . The INSEE code for Paris is 75056 and the postal code is 75001.

The Mayor of Paris (mandate 2014 - 2020) is Mme Anne HIDALGO, his date of birth is: 1959-06-19. To know in detail the results of the Paris municipal election, just go to the bottom of the page.

The population of Paris is 2190327 inhabitants in 2016 (compared to 2193030 inhabitants in 2012) and the area of ​​105.63 km2. Paris is located at an altitude of 60 meters. The geographic coordinates of Paris are: 48.8608 degrees North for latitude and 2.3458 degrees Est for longitude. In Lambert93 coordinates, the latitude is 652003 meters and its longitude is 6862506 meters.

Population of Paris in 2020

During the last census, that of 2016, the population of Paris was 2,190,327 inhabitants. The population of Paris as of today, that is to say in 2020, can only be obtained by an estimated projection by applying the average growth rate calculated on the basis of the evolution of the population of Paris between 2011 (2,249,975 inhabitants) and 2016 (2,190,327 inhabitants). The average annual population growth rate obtained is thus -0.53% per year.

The population of Paris in 2020 is around 2,144,242 inhabitants. We can therefore see that the population in the municipality of Paris has decreased since the 2016 census.

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The town halls of the municipalities closest to Paris are as follows : Pré-Saint-Gervais at 5.0 km, Gentilly at 5.1 km, Montrouge at 5.3 km, Saint-Mandé at 5.3 km, Bagnolet at 5.4 km, Saint-Ouen at 5.4 km, Kremlin-Bicêtre at 5.6 km, Clichy at 5.6 km, Levallois-Perret at 5.7 km et Ivry-sur-Seine at 5.8 km. Vanves at 5.8 km. Pantin at 6.0 km.

Les plus grande villes autour de Paris

CommunesPopulationsDistance
ORLéANS 116,490 hab.111.3 km
BOULOGNE-BILLANCOURT 112,043 hab.7.9 km
ARGENTEUIL 104,149 hab.13.5 km
MONTREUIL 102,889 hab.7.4 km
SAINT-DENIS 101,880 hab.7.8 km
NANTERRE 90,903 hab.10.6 km
CRéTEIL 90,197 hab.11.3 km
VERSAILLES 88,927 hab.16.5 km
COURBEVOIE 85,716 hab.8.7 km
VITRY-SUR-SEINE 84,369 hab.8.0 km
COLOMBES 83,220 hab.9.7 km
AULNAY-SOUS-BOIS 83,048 hab.13.7 km

Cultural agenda of Paris and its surroundings

If you live in the municipality of Paris, you can consult the cultural agenda for Paris and nearby municipalities (located in the Paris department). Whether musical events, shows or other cultural events in Paris or its proximity, you can access the entire cultural agenda of the Paris department at the following url: Paris cultural agenda.


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Statistics of the city of Paris between 1962 and 2015

Paris population :

Paris had 2,125,851 inhabitants in 1999, then 2,234,105 inhabitants in 2009, to settle at 2,206,488 inhabitants in the 2015 census. The number of households in Paris amounted to 1,159,952 for 2009. Paris registered 315,220 births between the years 1999 and 2009, while 152,342 deaths were registered between the same years. For 2011, 30,094 births compared to 13,771 deaths were registered in Paris.

Population development in Paris between 1962 and 2015

Below you can see the evolution of the population of Paris between 1962 and 2015. We can see that the population of Paris went from 2,790,091 to 2,206,488 inhabitants. This represents a population growth of -20.9% (between 1962 and 2015) with an increase of -583603 inhabitants.

The density therefore went from 26,414 inhabitants per km2 in 1962 to 20,889 inhabitants per km2 in 2015.

Years 1962 1968 1975 1982 1990 1999 2006 2010 2015
Demographic evolution of Paris between 1962 to 2015 (number of inhabitants)
Population 2,790,091 *2,590,771 2,299,830 2,176,243 2,152,423 2,125,246 2,181,371 2,243,833 2,206,488
Evolution of the population of Paris between 1962 and 2020

    Number of accommodations in Paris :

    The number of dwellings in Paris amounted to 1,353,036 in 2009. These dwellings were distributed as follows: 1,159,952 main residences, 87,364 second residences and 105,720 vacant dwellings. Of the 1,159,952 main residences, 383,910 were occupied by their owners, or about 33%.

    Below you can observe the evolution of the number of housing in Paris between 1968 and 2015. Paris had 1221954 housing in 1968 and 1366438 housing in 2015, which is an increase of 12%, or 144484 more housing between these 2 years .

    In 2015, out of 1366438 dwellings, 1142877 were main residences, 112651 second residences and 110909 vacant dwellings.

    Evolution of the number of housing in Paris between 1968 and 2015

    Years 1968 1975 1982 1990 1999 2010 2015
    Evolution of the number of housing in Paris from 1968 to 2015
    Blue : Nbr of residences / Green : occupied dwellings
    Housing 1,221,954 / 1,152,953 1,238,732 / 1,113,295 1,279,730 / 1,114,400 1,304,428 / 1,095,090 1,323,464 / 1,111,721 1,355,180 / 1,163,218 1,366,438 / 1,142,877

    Taxation :

    Paris totaled 2 147 million Euros in 2009 for 1,444,130 tax households of which 934,837 were taxable. In 2010, the median tax income of Paris households per consumption unit was 2,087 Euros / month.

    Employment in Paris :

    The number of jobs in Paris in the workplace rose from 1,656,036 in 1999 to 1,805,470 jobs in 2009. The share of salaried jobs amounted to 88% (1,591,822 employees) in 2009. Out of the population aged 15 to 64 who were 1,595,716 in 2009, 1,216,529 were working and 134,138 were unemployed. Paris had 170,455 job seekers in category A, B, C, including 112,613 job seekers in category A as of December 31, 2011.

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    ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION FROM PARIS

    Mayor (2014 - 2020) : Mme Anne HIDALGO
    Name of the city : Paris
    Canton :
    Borough : Paris
    Departement : Paris (75)
    Region : Île-de-France (111)
    Postal code : 75001
    INSEE code : 75056
    Town hall address : .

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    CITIES NEIGHBORS OF PARIS

    Distances are to be considered as the crow flies
    Pré-Saint-Gervais - 93310 (17,335 inh.)at 5.0 km
    Gentilly - 94250 (17,230 inh.)at 5.1 km
    Montrouge - 92120 (46,800 inh.)at 5.3 km
    Saint-Mandé - 94160 (22,946 inh.)at 5.3 km
    Bagnolet - 93170 (34,595 inh.)at 5.4 km
    Saint-Ouen - 93400 (44,309 inh.)at 5.4 km
    Kremlin-Bicêtre - 94270 (26,018 inh.)at 5.6 km
    Clichy - 92110 (58,957 inh.)at 5.6 km
    Levallois-Perret - 92300 (63,643 inh.)at 5.7 km
    Ivry-sur-Seine - 94200 (55,978 inh.)at 5.8 km
    Vanves - 92170 (27,127 inh.)at 5.8 km
    Pantin - 93500 (53,658 inh.)at 6.0 km

    TOWN HALL OF

    For all administrative procedures, the town hall of is open at the times above
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    Contact details of the Town Hall : Latitude : 0.000
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    Cadastre of Paris

    The Paris town hall has a cadastre service from which you can obtain the Paris cadastral map or more precisely a cadastral plot. For more information, you can consult the website of the Paris town hall or get in touch directly by phone with the Paris town hall. You will find the Paris town hall website and phone number above in the town hall section.

    You can also access the Paris cadastral map for free by visiting this link: Paris cadastral map. You can specify an address to consult more precisely a cadastral plot of Paris.

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