In the past decade Mountain View's population has grown by 3,358 -- roughly 4.5 percent -- according to figures released by the U.S. Census Bureau this week.
The numbers, made public on March 8, show that 74,066 people live in Mountain View, up from 70,708 in 2000.
In that time several of Mountain View's demographic populations have grown while the number of whites living in the city has decreased.
In 2000 the census counted a white population of 45,090, a number that dropped to 41,468 in 2010.
Over the same period, the city's Asian population grew from 14,613 to 19,232, and the total number of Hispanic and Latino residents increased from 12,911 to 16,071.
Asians now account for 26 percent of the Mountain View's poluation, Hispanics and Latinos for 21.7 percent, and whites make up 56 percent.
The number of black and African American residents in Mountain View decreased from 1,789 in 2000 to 1,629 in 2010.