List of United States cities by population

The following is a list of the most populous incorporated places of the United States. As defined by the United States Census Bureau, an "incorporated place" includes a variety of designations, including city, town, village, borough, and municipality.[a] A few exceptional census-designated places (CDPs) are also included in the Census Bureau's listing of incorporated places.[b] Consolidated city-counties represent a distinct type of government that includes the entire population of a county, or county equivalent. Some consolidated city-counties, however, include multiple incorporated places. This list presents only that portion (or "balance") of such consolidated city-counties that are not a part of another incorporated place.

This list refers only to the population of individual municipalities within their defined limits; the populations of other municipalities considered suburbs of a central city are listed separately, and unincorporated areas within urban agglomerations are not included. Therefore, a different ranking is evident when considering U.S. metropolitan area populations.

United States

United States Administrative Divisions Cities

The following table lists the 311 incorporated places in the United States with a population of at least 100,000 on July 1, 2017, as estimated by the United States Census Bureau. A city is displayed in bold if it is a state or federal capital, and in italics if it is the most populous city in the state. Five states—Delaware, Maine, Vermont, West Virginia and Wyoming—have no cities with populations of 100,000 or more. The table below contains the following information:

  1. The city rank by population as of July 1, 2017, as estimated by the United States Census Bureau[1]
  2. The city name[1]
  3. The name of the state in which the city lies[1]
  4. The city population as of July 1, 2017, as estimated by the United States Census Bureau[1]
  5. The city population as of April 1, 2010, as enumerated by the 2010 United States Census[1]
  6. The city percent population change from April 1, 2010, to July 1, 2017
  7. The city land area as of January 1, 2016[2]
  8. The city population density as of July 1, 2016 (residents per unit of land area)[2]
  9. The city latitude and longitude coordinates[2]
State capital
State largest city
State capital and largest city
Federal capital
2017
rank
City State[c] 2017
estimate
2010
Census
Change 2016 land area 2016 population density Location
1 New York City[d]  New York 8,622,698 8,175,133 +5.47% 301.5 sq mi 780.9 km2 28,317/sq mi 10,933/km2 40°39′49″N 73°56′19″W / 40.6635°N 73.9387°W
2 Los Angeles  California 3,999,759 3,792,621 +5.46% 468.7 sq mi 1,213.9 km2 8,484/sq mi 3,276/km2 34°01′10″N 118°24′39″W / 34.0194°N 118.4108°W
3 Chicago  Illinois 2,716,450 2,695,598 +0.77% 227.3 sq mi 588.7 km2 11,900/sq mi 4,600/km2 41°50′15″N 87°40′54″W / 41.8376°N 87.6818°W
4 Houston[3]  Texas 2,312,717 2,100,263 +10.12% 637.5 sq mi 1,651.1 km2 3,613/sq mi 1,395/km2 29°47′12″N 95°23′27″W / 29.7866°N 95.3909°W
5 Phoenix  Arizona 1,626,078 1,445,632 +12.48% 517.6 sq mi 1,340.6 km2 3,120/sq mi 1,200/km2 33°34′20″N 112°05′24″W / 33.5722°N 112.0901°W
6 Philadelphia[e]  Pennsylvania 1,580,863 1,526,006 +3.59% 134.2 sq mi 347.6 km2 11,683/sq mi 4,511/km2 40°00′34″N 75°08′00″W / 40.0094°N 75.1333°W
7 San Antonio  Texas 1,511,946 1,327,407 +13.90% 461.0 sq mi 1,194.0 km2 3,238/sq mi 1,250/km2 29°28′21″N 98°31′30″W / 29.4724°N 98.5251°W
8 San Diego  California 1,419,516 1,307,402 +8.58% 325.2 sq mi 842.3 km2 4,325/sq mi 1,670/km2 32°48′55″N 117°08′06″W / 32.8153°N 117.1350°W
9 Dallas  Texas 1,341,075 1,197,816 +11.96% 340.9 sq mi 882.9 km2 3,866/sq mi 1,493/km2 32°47′36″N 96°45′59″W / 32.7933°N 96.7665°W
10 San Jose  California 1,035,317 945,942 +9.45% 177.5 sq mi 459.7 km2 5,777/sq mi 2,231/km2 37°17′48″N 121°49′08″W / 37.2967°N 121.8189°W
11 Austin  Texas 950,715 790,390 +20.28% 312.7 sq mi 809.9 km2 3,031/sq mi 1,170/km2 30°18′14″N 97°45′16″W / 30.3039°N 97.7544°W
12 Jacksonville[f]  Florida 892,062 821,784 +8.55% 747.4 sq mi 1,935.8 km2 1,178/sq mi 455/km2 30°20′13″N 81°39′42″W / 30.3369°N 81.6616°W
13 San Francisco[g]  California 884,363 805,235 +9.83% 46.9 sq mi 121.5 km2 18,569/sq mi 7,170/km2 37°43′38″N 123°01′56″W / 37.7272°N 123.0322°W
14 Columbus  Ohio 879,170 787,033 +11.71% 218.5 sq mi 565.9 km2 3,936/sq mi 1,520/km2 39°59′07″N 82°59′05″W / 39.9852°N 82.9848°W
15 Fort Worth  Texas 874,168 741,206 +17.94% 342.9 sq mi 888.1 km2 2,491/sq mi 962/km2 32°46′53″N 97°20′48″W / 32.7815°N 97.3467°W
16 Indianapolis[h]  Indiana 863,002 820,445 +5.19% 361.5 sq mi 936.3 km2 2,366/sq mi 914/km2 39°46′36″N 86°08′45″W / 39.7767°N 86.1459°W
17 Charlotte  North Carolina 859,035 731,424 +17.45% 305.4 sq mi 791.0 km2 2,757/sq mi 1,064/km2 35°12′28″N 80°49′52″W / 35.2078°N 80.8310°W
18 Seattle  Washington 724,745 608,660 +19.07% 83.8 sq mi 217.0 km2 8,405/sq mi 3,245/km2 47°37′14″N 122°21′03″W / 47.6205°N 122.3509°W
19 Denver[i]  Colorado 704,621 600,158 +17.41% 153.3 sq mi 397.0 km2 4,521/sq mi 1,746/km2 39°45′43″N 104°52′52″W / 39.7619°N 104.8811°W
20 Washington, D.C.[j]  District of Columbia 693,972 601,723 +15.33% 61.1 sq mi 158.2 km2 11,148/sq mi 4,304/km2 38°54′15″N 77°01′02″W / 38.9041°N 77.0172°W
21 Boston  Massachusetts 685,094 617,594 +10.93% 48.3 sq mi 125.1 km2 13,938/sq mi 5,381/km2 42°19′55″N 71°01′13″W / 42.3320°N 71.0202°W
22 El Paso  Texas 683,577 649,121 +5.31% 256.8 sq mi 665.1 km2 2,660/sq mi 1,030/km2 31°50′54″N 106°25′37″W / 31.8484°N 106.4270°W
23 Detroit  Michigan 673,104 713,777 −5.70% 138.8 sq mi 359.5 km2 4,847/sq mi 1,871/km2 42°22′59″N 83°06′08″W / 42.3830°N 83.1022°W
24 Nashville[k]  Tennessee 667,560 601,222 +11.03% 475.9 sq mi 1,232.6 km2 1,388/sq mi 536/km2 36°10′18″N 86°47′06″W / 36.1718°N 86.7850°W
25 Memphis  Tennessee 652,236 646,889 +0.83% 317.4 sq mi 822.1 km2 2,056/sq mi 794/km2 35°06′10″N 89°58′39″W / 35.1028°N 89.9774°W
26 Portland  Oregon 647,805 583,776 +10.97% 133.5 sq mi 345.8 km2 4,793/sq mi 1,851/km2 45°32′13″N 122°39′00″W / 45.5370°N 122.6500°W
27 Oklahoma City  Oklahoma 643,648 579,999 +10.97% 606.3 sq mi 1,570.3 km2 1,053/sq mi 407/km2 35°28′02″N 97°30′49″W / 35.4671°N 97.5137°W
28 Las Vegas  Nevada 641,676 583,756 +9.92% 134.4 sq mi 348.1 km2 4,709/sq mi 1,818/km2 36°13′45″N 115°15′36″W / 36.2292°N 115.2601°W
29 Louisville[l]  Kentucky 621,349 597,337 +4.02% 263.5 sq mi 682.5 km2 2,339/sq mi 903/km2 38°09′55″N 85°38′51″W / 38.1654°N 85.6474°W
30 Baltimore[m]  Maryland 611,648 620,961 −1.50% 80.9 sq mi 209.5 km2 7,598/sq mi 2,934/km2 39°18′00″N 76°36′38″W / 39.3000°N 76.6105°W
31 Milwaukee  Wisconsin 595,351 594,833 +0.09% 96.2 sq mi 249.2 km2 6,186/sq mi 2,388/km2 43°03′48″N 87°58′00″W / 43.0633°N 87.9667°W
32 Albuquerque  New Mexico 558,545 545,852 +2.33% 188.2 sq mi 487.4 km2 2,972/sq mi 1,147/km2 35°06′20″N 106°38′51″W / 35.1056°N 106.6474°W
33 Tucson  Arizona 535,677 520,116 +2.99% 230.8 sq mi 597.8 km2 2,299/sq mi 888/km2 32°09′11″N 110°52′14″W / 32.1531°N 110.8706°W
34 Fresno  California 527,438 494,665 +6.63% 114.4 sq mi 296.3 km2 4,563/sq mi 1,762/km2 36°47′01″N 119°47′36″W / 36.7836°N 119.7934°W
35 Sacramento  California 501,901 466,488 +7.59% 97.9 sq mi 253.6 km2 5,059/sq mi 1,953/km2 38°34′00″N 121°28′07″W / 38.5666°N 121.4686°W
36 Mesa  Arizona 496,401 439,041 +13.06% 137.9 sq mi 357.2 km2 3,514/sq mi 1,357/km2 33°24′07″N 111°43′03″W / 33.4019°N 111.7174°W
37 Kansas City  Missouri 488,943 459,787 +6.34% 315.0 sq mi 815.8 km2 1,528/sq mi 590/km2 39°07′30″N 94°33′04″W / 39.1251°N 94.5510°W
38 Atlanta  Georgia 486,290 420,003 +15.78% 133.5 sq mi 345.8 km2 3,539/sq mi 1,366/km2 33°45′46″N 84°25′22″W / 33.7629°N 84.4227°W
39 Long Beach  California 469,450 462,257 +1.56% 50.3 sq mi 130.3 km2 9,347/sq mi 3,609/km2 33°48′33″N 118°09′19″W / 33.8092°N 118.1553°W
40 Omaha  Nebraska 466,893 408,958 +14.17% 133.2 sq mi 345.0 km2 3,356/sq mi 1,296/km2 41°15′52″N 96°02′42″W / 41.2644°N 96.0451°W
41 Raleigh  North Carolina 464,758 403,892 +15.07% 145.1 sq mi 375.8 km2 3,163/sq mi 1,221/km2 35°49′50″N 78°38′30″W / 35.8306°N 78.6418°W
42 Colorado Springs  Colorado 464,474 416,427 +11.54% 195.6 sq mi 506.6 km2 2,378/sq mi 918/km2 38°52′02″N 104°45′39″W / 38.8673°N 104.7607°W
43 Miami  Florida 463,347 399,457 +15.99% 36.0 sq mi 93.2 km2 12,599/sq mi 4,865/km2 25°46′31″N 80°12′31″W / 25.7752°N 80.2086°W
44 Virginia Beach[m]  Virginia 450,435 437,994 +2.84% 244.7 sq mi 633.8 km2 1,850/sq mi 710/km2 36°46′48″N 76°01′31″W / 36.7800°N 76.0252°W
45 Oakland  California 425,195 390,724 +8.82% 55.9 sq mi 144.8 km2 7,514/sq mi 2,901/km2 37°46′11″N 122°13′33″W / 37.7698°N 122.2257°W
46 Minneapolis  Minnesota 422,331 382,578 +10.39% 54.0 sq mi 139.9 km2 7,660/sq mi 2,960/km2 44°57′48″N 93°16′06″W / 44.9633°N 93.2683°W
47 Tulsa  Oklahoma 401,800 391,906 +2.52% 196.8 sq mi 509.7 km2 2,048/sq mi 791/km2 36°07′40″N 95°54′08″W / 36.1279°N 95.9023°W
48 Arlington  Texas 396,394 365,438 +8.47% 95.8 sq mi 248.1 km2 4,100/sq mi 1,600/km2 32°42′03″N 97°07′29″W / 32.7007°N 97.1247°W
49 New Orleans[n]  Louisiana 393,292 343,829 +14.39% 169.4 sq mi 438.7 km2 2,311/sq mi 892/km2 30°03′12″N 89°56′04″W / 30.0534°N 89.9345°W
50 Wichita  Kansas 390,591 382,368 +2.15% 160.4 sq mi 415.4 km2 2,431/sq mi 939/km2 37°41′27″N 97°20′45″W / 37.6907°N 97.3459°W
51 Cleveland  Ohio 385,525 396,815 −2.85% 77.7 sq mi 201.2 km2 4,965/sq mi 1,917/km2 41°28′43″N 81°40′46″W / 41.4785°N 81.6794°W
52 Tampa  Florida 385,430 335,709 +14.81% 113.4 sq mi 293.7 km2 3,326/sq mi 1,284/km2 27°58′12″N 82°28′47″W / 27.9701°N 82.4797°W
53 Bakersfield  California 380,874 347,483 +9.61% 148.8 sq mi 385.4 km2 2,529/sq mi 976/km2 35°19′16″N 119°01′06″W / 35.3212°N 119.0183°W
54 Aurora  Colorado 366,623 325,078 +12.78% 153.5 sq mi 397.6 km2 2,356/sq mi 910/km2 39°41′17″N 104°41′23″W / 39.6880°N 104.6897°W
55 Anaheim  California 352,497 336,265 +4.83% 50.0 sq mi 129.5 km2 7,021/sq mi 2,711/km2 33°51′20″N 117°45′36″W / 33.8555°N 117.7601°W
56 Honolulu[b]  Hawaii 350,395 337,256 +3.90% 60.5 sq mi 156.7 km2 5,815/sq mi 2,245/km2 21°19′27″N 157°50′51″W / 21.3243°N 157.8476°W
57 Santa Ana  California 334,136 324,528 +2.96% 27.1 sq mi 70.2 km2 12,333/sq mi 4,762/km2 33°44′11″N 117°52′59″W / 33.7363°N 117.8830°W
58 Riverside  California 327,728 303,871 +7.85% 81.2 sq mi 210.3 km2 3,999/sq mi 1,544/km2 33°56′17″N 117°23′36″W / 33.9381°N 117.3932°W
59 Corpus Christi  Texas 325,605 305,215 +6.68% 174.6 sq mi 452.2 km2 1,866/sq mi 720/km2 27°45′15″N 97°10′24″W / 27.7543°N 97.1734°W
60 Lexington[o]  Kentucky 321,959 295,803 +8.84% 283.6 sq mi 734.5 km2 1,123/sq mi 434/km2 38°02′27″N 84°27′30″W / 38.0407°N 84.4583°W
61 Stockton  California 310,496 291,707 +6.44% 61.7 sq mi 159.8 km2 4,977/sq mi 1,922/km2 37°58′35″N 121°18′48″W / 37.9763°N 121.3133°W
62 St. Louis[m]  Missouri 308,626 319,294 −3.34% 62.0 sq mi 160.6 km2 5,023/sq mi 1,939/km2 38°38′09″N 90°14′41″W / 38.6357°N 90.2446°W
63 Saint Paul  Minnesota 306,621 285,068 +7.56% 52.0 sq mi 134.7 km2 5,815/sq mi 2,245/km2 44°56′56″N 93°06′15″W / 44.9489°N 93.1041°W
64 Henderson  Nevada 302,539 257,729 +17.39% 104.7 sq mi 271.2 km2 2,798/sq mi 1,080/km2 36°00′35″N 115°02′09″W / 36.0097°N 115.0357°W
65 Pittsburgh  Pennsylvania 302,407 305,704 −1.08% 55.4 sq mi 143.5 km2 5,481/sq mi 2,116/km2 40°26′23″N 79°58′36″W / 40.4398°N 79.9766°W
66 Cincinnati  Ohio 301,301 296,943 +1.47% 77.4 sq mi 200.5 km2 3,860/sq mi 1,490/km2 39°08′25″N 84°30′21″W / 39.1402°N 84.5058°W
67 Anchorage[p]  Alaska 294,356 291,826 +0.87% 1,706.6 sq mi 4,420.1 km2 175/sq mi 68/km2 61°10′27″N 149°17′03″W / 61.1743°N 149.2843°W
68 Greensboro  North Carolina 290,222 269,666 +7.62% 128.3 sq mi 332.3 km2 2,237/sq mi 864/km2 36°05′42″N 79°49′37″W / 36.0951°N 79.8270°W
69 Plano  Texas 286,143 259,841 +10.12% 71.7 sq mi 185.7 km2 3,990/sq mi 1,540/km2 33°03′03″N 96°44′52″W / 33.0508°N 96.7479°W
70 Newark  New Jersey 285,154 277,140 +2.89% 24.1 sq mi 62.4 km2 11,691/sq mi 4,514/km2 40°43′27″N 74°10′21″W / 40.7242°N 74.1726°W
71 Lincoln  Nebraska 284,736 258,379 +10.20% 92.1 sq mi 238.5 km2 3,044/sq mi 1,175/km2 40°48′38″N 96°40′49″W / 40.8105°N 96.6803°W
72 Orlando  Florida 280,257 238,300 +17.61% 105.2 sq mi 272.5 km2 2,635/sq mi 1,017/km2 28°25′00″N 81°16′25″W / 28.4166°N 81.2736°W
73 Irvine  California 277,453 212,375 +30.64% 65.6 sq mi 169.9 km2 4,057/sq mi 1,566/km2 33°40′42″N 117°46′17″W / 33.6784°N 117.7713°W
74 Toledo  Ohio 276,491 287,208 −3.73% 80.7 sq mi 209.0 km2 3,451/sq mi 1,332/km2 41°39′51″N 83°34′55″W / 41.6641°N 83.5819°W
75 Jersey City  New Jersey 270,753 247,597 +9.35% 14.8 sq mi 38.3 km2 17,848/sq mi 6,891/km2 40°42′41″N 74°03′53″W / 40.7114°N 74.0648°W
76 Chula Vista  California 270,471 243,916 +10.89% 49.6 sq mi 128.5 km2 5,387/sq mi 2,080/km2 32°37′40″N 117°00′55″W / 32.6277°N 117.0152°W
77 Durham  North Carolina 267,743 228,330 +17.26% 109.8 sq mi 284.4 km2 2,395/sq mi 925/km2 35°58′52″N 78°54′10″W / 35.9811°N 78.9029°W
78 Fort Wayne  Indiana 265,904 253,691 +4.81% 110.6 sq mi 286.5 km2 2,391/sq mi 923/km2 41°05′18″N 85°08′38″W / 41.0882°N 85.1439°W
79 St. Petersburg  Florida 263,255 244,769 +7.55% 61.8 sq mi 160.1 km2 4,223/sq mi 1,631/km2 27°45′43″N 82°38′39″W / 27.7620°N 82.6441°W
80 Laredo  Texas 260,654 236,091 +10.40% 101.1 sq mi 261.8 km2 2,544/sq mi 982/km2 27°33′37″N 99°29′21″W / 27.5604°N 99.4892°W
81 Buffalo  New York 258,612 261,310 −1.03% 40.4 sq mi 104.6 km2 6,359/sq mi 2,455/km2 42°53′33″N 78°51′35″W / 42.8925°N 78.8597°W
82 Madison  Wisconsin 255,214 233,209 +9.44% 77.0 sq mi 199.4 km2 3,280/sq mi 1,270/km2 43°05′16″N 89°25′48″W / 43.0878°N 89.4299°W
83 Lubbock  Texas 253,888 229,573 +10.59% 124.6 sq mi 322.7 km2 2,027/sq mi 783/km2 33°33′56″N 101°53′12″W / 33.5656°N 101.8867°W
84 Chandler  Arizona 253,458 236,123 +7.34% 64.9 sq mi 168.1 km2 3,813/sq mi 1,472/km2 33°16′58″N 111°51′18″W / 33.2829°N 111.8549°W
85 Scottsdale  Arizona 249,950 217,385 +14.98% 183.9 sq mi 476.3 km2 1,341/sq mi 518/km2 33°41′03″N 111°51′40″W / 33.6843°N 111.8611°W
86 Reno  Nevada 248,853 225,221 +10.49% 107.3 sq mi 277.9 km2 2,286/sq mi 883/km2 39°32′57″N 119°51′00″W / 39.5491°N 119.8499°W
87 Glendale  Arizona 246,709 226,721 +8.82% 59.1 sq mi 153.1 km2 4,161/sq mi 1,607/km2 33°31′59″N 112°11′24″W / 33.5331°N 112.1899°W
88 Norfolk[m]  Virginia 244,703 242,803 +0.78% 53.3 sq mi 138.0 km2 4,599/sq mi 1,776/km2 36°55′23″N 76°14′41″W / 36.9230°N 76.2446°W
89 Winston–Salem  North Carolina 244,605 229,617 +6.53% 132.5 sq mi 343.2 km2 1,828/sq mi 706/km2 36°06′10″N 80°15′40″W / 36.1027°N 80.2610°W
90 North Las Vegas  Nevada 242,975 216,961 +11.99% 98.0 sq mi 253.8 km2 2,436/sq mi 941/km2 36°17′09″N 115°05′38″W / 36.2857°N 115.0939°W
91 Gilbert[q]  Arizona 242,354 208,453 +16.26% 68.0 sq mi 176.1 km2 3,487/sq mi 1,346/km2 33°18′37″N 111°44′35″W / 33.3103°N 111.7431°W
92 Chesapeake[m]  Virginia 240,397 222,209 +8.19% 338.5 sq mi 876.7 km2 703/sq mi 271/km2 36°40′46″N 76°18′06″W / 36.6794°N 76.3018°W
93 Irving  Texas 240,373 216,290 +11.13% 67.0 sq mi 173.5 km2 3,557/sq mi 1,373/km2 32°51′28″N 96°58′12″W / 32.8577°N 96.9700°W
94 Hialeah  Florida 239,673 224,669 +6.68% 21.5 sq mi 55.7 km2 10,995/sq mi 4,245/km2 25°52′12″N 80°18′10″W / 25.8699°N 80.3029°W
95 Garland  Texas 238,002 226,876 +4.90% 57.0 sq mi 147.6 km2 4,122/sq mi 1,592/km2 32°54′35″N 96°37′49″W / 32.9098°N 96.6303°W
96 Fremont  California 234,962 214,089 +9.75% 77.5 sq mi 200.7 km2 3,008/sq mi 1,161/km2 37°29′40″N 121°56′28″W / 37.4945°N 121.9412°W
97 Richmond[m]  Virginia 227,032 204,214 +11.17% 59.8 sq mi 154.9 km2 3,732/sq mi 1,441/km2 37°31′53″N 77°28′34″W / 37.5314°N 77.4760°W
98 Boise[r]  Idaho 226,570 205,671 +10.16% 82.1 sq mi 212.6 km2 2,718/sq mi 1,049/km2 43°36′01″N 116°13′54″W / 43.6002°N 116.2317°W
99 Baton Rouge[s]  Louisiana 225,374 229,493 −1.79% 85.9 sq mi 222.5 km2 2,651/sq mi 1,024/km2 30°26′32″N 91°07′51″W / 30.4422°N 91.1309°W
100 Des Moines  Iowa 217,521 203,433 +6.93% 88.9 sq mi 230.2 km2 2,424/sq mi 936/km2 41°34′21″N 93°36′37″W / 41.5726°N 93.6102°W
101 Spokane  Washington 217,108 208,916 +3.92% 68.7 sq mi 177.9 km2 3,144/sq mi 1,214/km2 47°40′01″N 117°26′00″W / 47.6669°N 117.4333°W
102 San Bernardino  California 216,995 209,924 +3.37% 61.5 sq mi 159.3 km2 3,516/sq mi 1,358/km2 34°08′30″N 117°17′37″W / 34.1416°N 117.2936°W
103 Modesto  California 214,221 201,165 +6.49% 43.0 sq mi 111.4 km2 4,934/sq mi 1,905/km2 37°38′15″N 121°00′11″W / 37.6375°N 121.0030°W
104 Tacoma  Washington 213,418 198,397 +7.57% 49.7 sq mi 128.7 km2 4,251/sq mi 1,641/km2 47°15′08″N 122°27′35″W / 47.2522°N 122.4598°W
105 Fontana  California 211,815 196,069 +8.03% 43.0 sq mi 111.4 km2 4,876/sq mi 1,883/km2 34°06′32″N 117°27′46″W / 34.1090°N 117.4629°W
106 Santa Clarita  California 210,888 176,320 +19.61% 52.8 sq mi 136.8 km2 3,446/sq mi 1,331/km2 34°24′11″N 118°30′15″W / 34.4030°N 118.5042°W
107 Birmingham  Alabama 210,710 212,237 −0.72% 146.1 sq mi 378.4 km2 1,452/sq mi 561/km2 33°31′39″N 86°47′56″W / 33.5274°N 86.7990°W
108 Oxnard  California 210,037 197,899 +6.13% 26.9 sq mi 69.7 km2 7,729/sq mi 2,984/km2 34°12′08″N 119°12′17″W / 34.2023°N 119.2046°W
109 Fayetteville  North Carolina 209,889 200,564 +4.65% 147.7 sq mi 382.5 km2 1,386/sq mi 535/km2 35°04′58″N 78°58′25″W / 35.0828°N 78.9735°W
110 Rochester  New York 208,046 210,565 −1.20% 35.8 sq mi 92.7 km2 5,835/sq mi 2,253/km2 43°10′12″N 77°37′01″W / 43.1699°N 77.6169°W
111 Moreno Valley  California 207,226 193,365 +7.17% 51.3 sq mi 132.9 km2 4,006/sq mi 1,547/km2 33°55′24″N 117°12′21″W / 33.9233°N 117.2057°W
112 Glendale  California 203,054 191,719 +5.91% 30.4 sq mi 78.7 km2 6,606/sq mi 2,551/km2 34°10′53″N 118°14′45″W / 34.1814°N 118.2458°W
113 Yonkers  New York 202,019 195,976 +3.08% 18.0 sq mi 46.6 km2 11,156/sq mi 4,307/km2 40°56′45″N 73°52′03″W / 40.9459°N 73.8674°W
114 Huntington Beach  California 201,874 189,992 +6.25% 26.9 sq mi 69.7 km2 7,459/sq mi 2,880/km2 33°41′26″N 118°00′33″W / 33.6906°N 118.0093°W
115 Aurora  Illinois 200,965 197,899 +1.55% 44.9 sq mi 116.3 km2 4,479/sq mi 1,729/km2 41°45′49″N 88°17′24″W / 41.7635°N 88.2901°W
116 Salt Lake City  Utah 200,544 186,440 +7.56% 111.2 sq mi 288.0 km2 1,742/sq mi 673/km2 40°46′37″N 111°55′52″W / 40.7769°N 111.9310°W
117 Amarillo  Texas 199,826 190,695 +4.79% 101.4 sq mi 262.6 km2 1,968/sq mi 760/km2 35°12′00″N 101°49′49″W / 35.1999°N 101.8302°W
118 Montgomery  Alabama 199,518 205,764 −3.04% 159.8 sq mi 413.9 km2 1,252/sq mi 483/km2 32°20′50″N 86°15′58″W / 32.3472°N 86.2661°W
119 Grand Rapids  Michigan 198,829 188,040 +5.74% 44.4 sq mi 115.0 km2 4,424/sq mi 1,708/km2 42°57′40″N 85°39′20″W / 42.9612°N 85.6556°W
120 Little Rock  Arkansas 198,606 193,524 +2.63% 118.7 sq mi 307.4 km2 1,673/sq mi 646/km2 34°43′31″N 92°21′31″W / 34.7254°N 92.3586°W
121 Akron  Ohio 197,846 199,110 −0.63% 62.0 sq mi 160.6 km2 3,188/sq mi 1,231/km2 41°04′50″N 81°31′17″W / 41.0805°N 81.5214°W
122 Augusta[t]  Georgia 197,166 195,844 +0.68% 302.5 sq mi 783.5 km2 652/sq mi 252/km2 33°21′56″N 82°04′24″W / 33.3655°N 82.0734°W
123 Huntsville  Alabama 194,585 180,105 +8.04% 213.4 sq mi 552.7 km2 905/sq mi 349/km2 34°41′56″N 86°40′23″W / 34.6990°N 86.6730°W
124 Columbus[u]  Georgia 194,058 189,885 +2.20% 216.4 sq mi 560.5 km2 913/sq mi 353/km2 32°30′37″N 84°52′30″W / 32.5102°N 84.8749°W
125 Grand Prairie  Texas 193,837 175,396 +10.51% 72.3 sq mi 187.3 km2 2,637/sq mi 1,018/km2 32°41′13″N 97°01′16″W / 32.6869°N 97.0211°W
126 Shreveport  Louisiana 192,036 199,311 −3.65% 107.1 sq mi 277.4 km2 1,820/sq mi 700/km2 32°28′01″N 93°47′32″W / 32.4669°N 93.7922°W
127 Overland Park  Kansas 191,278 173,372 +10.33% 75.1 sq mi 194.5 km2 2,516/sq mi 971/km2 38°53′20″N 94°41′26″W / 38.8890°N 94.6906°W
128 Tallahassee  Florida 191,049 181,376 +5.33% 100.4 sq mi 260.0 km2 1,901/sq mi 734/km2 30°27′18″N 84°15′12″W / 30.4551°N 84.2534°W
129 Mobile  Alabama 190,265 195,111 −2.48% 139.4 sq mi 361.0 km2 1,384/sq mi 534/km2 30°40′06″N 88°06′01″W / 30.6684°N 88.1002°W
130 Port St. Lucie  Florida 189,344 164,603 +15.03% 118.9 sq mi 307.9 km2 1,557/sq mi 601/km2 27°16′50″N 80°23′18″W / 27.2806°N 80.3883°W
131 Knoxville  Tennessee 187,347 178,874 +4.74% 98.5 sq mi 255.1 km2 1,891/sq mi 730/km2 35°58′15″N 83°56′57″W / 35.9707°N 83.9493°W
132 Worcester  Massachusetts 185,677 181,045 +2.56% 37.4 sq mi 96.9 km2 4,933/sq mi 1,905/km2 42°16′10″N 71°48′28″W / 42.2695°N 71.8078°W
133 Tempe  Arizona 185,038 161,719 +14.42% 40.0 sq mi 103.6 km2 4,562/sq mi 1,761/km2 33°23′18″N 111°55′54″W / 33.3884°N 111.9318°W
134 Cape Coral  Florida 183,365 154,305 +18.83% 105.6 sq mi 273.5 km2 1,703/sq mi 658/km2 26°38′36″N 81°59′51″W / 26.6432°N 81.9974°W
135 Brownsville  Texas 183,299 175,023 +4.73% 132.5 sq mi 343.2 km2 1,387/sq mi 536/km2 25°59′57″N 97°27′18″W / 25.9991°N 97.4550°W
136 McKinney  Texas 181,330 131,117 +38.30% 63.0 sq mi 163.2 km2 2,735/sq mi 1,056/km2 33°11′55″N 96°40′05″W / 33.1985°N 96.6680°W
137 Providence  Rhode Island 180,393 178,042 +1.32% 18.4 sq mi 47.7 km2 9,740/sq mi 3,760/km2 41°49′23″N 71°25′08″W / 41.8231°N 71.4188°W
138 Fort Lauderdale  Florida 180,072 165,521 +8.79% 34.6 sq mi 89.6 km2 5,166/sq mi 1,995/km2 26°08′28″N 80°08′48″W / 26.1412°N 80.1467°W
139 Newport News[m]  Virginia 179,388 180,719 −0.74% 69.1 sq mi 179.0 km2 2,631/sq mi 1,016/km2 37°04′34″N 76°31′19″W / 37.0762°N 76.5220°W
140 Chattanooga  Tennessee 179,139 167,674 +6.84% 143.1 sq mi 370.6 km2 1,241/sq mi 479/km2 35°03′58″N 85°14′54″W / 35.0660°N 85.2484°W
141 Rancho Cucamonga  California 177,452 165,269 +7.37% 40.0 sq mi 103.6 km2 4,413/sq mi 1,704/km2 34°07′24″N 117°33′51″W / 34.1233°N 117.5642°W
142 Frisco  Texas 177,286 116,989 +51.54% 67.7 sq mi 175.3 km2 2,417/sq mi 933/km2 33°09′19″N 96°49′21″W / 33.1554°N 96.8226°W
143 Sioux Falls  South Dakota 176,888 153,888 +14.95% 75.4 sq mi 195.3 km2 2,312/sq mi 893/km2 43°32′18″N 96°43′55″W / 43.5383°N 96.7320°W
144 Oceanside  California 176,193 167,086 +5.45% 41.3 sq mi 107.0 km2 4,249/sq mi 1,641/km2 33°13′28″N 117°18′22″W / 33.2245°N 117.3062°W
145 Ontario  California 175,841 163,924 +7.27% 49.9 sq mi 129.2 km2 3,471/sq mi 1,340/km2 34°02′22″N 117°36′15″W / 34.0394°N 117.6042°W
146 Vancouver  Washington 175,673 161,791 +8.58% 46.9 sq mi 121.5 km2 3,728/sq mi 1,439/km2 45°38′06″N 122°35′45″W / 45.6349°N 122.5957°W
147 Santa Rosa  California 175,269 167,815 +4.44% 41.3 sq mi 107.0 km2 4,241/sq mi 1,637/km2 38°26′48″N 122°42′22″W / 38.4468°N 122.7061°W
148 Garden Grove  California 174,226 170,883 +1.96% 18.0 sq mi 46.6 km2 9,714/sq mi 3,751/km2 33°46′44″N 117°57′38″W / 33.7788°N 117.9605°W
149 Elk Grove  California 171,844 153,015 +12.31% 42.2 sq mi 109.3 km2 4,022/sq mi 1,553/km2 38°24′53″N 121°23′06″W / 38.4146°N 121.3850°W
150 Pembroke Pines  Florida 170,712 154,019 +10.84% 33.0 sq mi 85.5 km2 5,109/sq mi 1,973/km2 26°01′16″N 80°20′25″W / 26.0210°N 80.3404°W
151 Salem  Oregon 169,798 154,637 +9.80% 48.6 sq mi 125.9 km2 3,445/sq mi 1,330/km2 44°55′25″N 123°01′24″W / 44.9237°N 123.0232°W
152 Eugene  Oregon 168,916 156,185 +8.15% 44.1 sq mi 114.2 km2 3,777/sq mi 1,458/km2 44°03′24″N 123°06′58″W / 44.0567°N 123.1162°W
153 Peoria  Arizona 168,181 154,065 +9.16% 175.7 sq mi 455.1 km2 934/sq mi 361/km2 33°47′10″N 112°18′29″W / 33.7862°N 112.3080°W
154 Corona  California 167,836 152,374 +10.15% 39.5 sq mi 102.3 km2 4,222/sq mi 1,630/km2 33°51′43″N 117°33′56″W / 33.8620°N 117.5655°W
155 Springfield  Missouri 167,376 159,498 +4.94% 82.3 sq mi 213.2 km2 2,033/sq mi 785/km2 37°11′39″N 93°17′29″W / 37.1942°N 93.2913°W
156 Jackson  Mississippi 166,965 173,514 −3.77% 111.0 sq mi 287.5 km2 1,524/sq mi 588/km2 32°18′57″N 90°12′46″W / 32.3158°N 90.2128°W
157 Cary[v]  North Carolina 165,904 135,234 +22.68% 56.5 sq mi 146.3 km2 2,873/sq mi 1,109/km2 35°46′51″N 78°48′48″W / 35.7809°N 78.8133°W
158 Fort Collins  Colorado 165,080 143,986 +14.65% 55.8 sq mi 144.5 km2 2,943/sq mi 1,136/km2 40°32′54″N 105°03′53″W / 40.5482°N 105.0648°W
159 Hayward  California 160,500 144,186 +11.31% 45.5 sq mi 117.8 km2 3,493/sq mi 1,349/km2 37°37′43″N 122°06′09″W / 37.6287°N 122.1024°W
160 Lancaster  California 160,316 156,633 +2.35% 94.3 sq mi 244.2 km2 1,698/sq mi 656/km2 34°41′37″N 118°10′31″W / 34.6936°N 118.1753°W
161 Alexandria[m]  Virginia 160,035 139,966 +14.34% 15.0 sq mi 38.8 km2 10,387/sq mi 4,010/km2 38°49′12″N 77°05′03″W / 38.8201°N 77.0841°W
162 Salinas  California 157,596 150,441 +4.76% 23.6 sq mi 61.1 km2 6,662/sq mi 2,572/km2 36°41′25″N 121°38′01″W / 36.6902°N 121.6337°W
163 Palmdale  California 157,519 152,750 +3.12% 106.0 sq mi 274.5 km2 1,484/sq mi 573/km2 34°35′28″N 118°06′19″W / 34.5910°N 118.1054°W
164 Lakewood  Colorado 154,958 142,980 +8.38% 42.9 sq mi 111.1 km2 3,599/sq mi 1,390/km2 39°41′56″N 105°07′03″W / 39.6989°N 105.1176°W
165 Springfield  Massachusetts 154,758 153,060 +1.11% 31.9 sq mi 82.6 km2 4,830/sq mi 1,860/km2 42°06′56″N 72°32′24″W / 42.1155°N 72.5400°W
166 Sunnyvale  California 153,656 140,081 +9.69% 22.0 sq mi 57.0 km2 6,944/sq mi 2,681/km2 37°23′09″N 122°01′35″W / 37.3858°N 122.0263°W
167 Hollywood  Florida 153,627 140,768 +9.13% 27.3 sq mi 70.7 km2 5,568/sq mi 2,150/km2 26°01′52″N 80°09′53″W / 26.0310°N 80.1646°W
168 Pasadena  Texas 153,520 149,043 +3.00% 43.5 sq mi 112.7 km2 3,525/sq mi 1,361/km2 29°39′31″N 95°09′02″W / 29.6586°N 95.1506°W
169 Clarksville  Tennessee 153,205 132,929 +15.25% 98.3 sq mi 254.6 km2 1,529/sq mi 590/km2 36°33′59″N 87°20′43″W / 36.5664°N 87.3452°W
170 Pomona  California 152,939 149,058 +2.60% 23.0 sq mi 59.6 km2 6,630/sq mi 2,560/km2 34°03′31″N 117°45′40″W / 34.0585°N 117.7611°W
171 Kansas City[w]  Kansas 152,938 145,786 +4.91% 124.8 sq mi 323.2 km2 1,216/sq mi 470/km2 39°07′21″N 94°44′30″W / 39.1225°N 94.7418°W
172 Macon[x]  Georgia 152,663 91,351 +67.12% 249.3 sq mi 645.7 km2 612/sq mi 236/km2 32°48′32″N 83°41′39″W / 32.8088°N 83.6942°W
173 Escondido  California 151,969 143,911 +5.60% 37.1 sq mi 96.1 km2 4,087/sq mi 1,578/km2 33°07′59″N 117°04′26″W / 33.1331°N 117.0740°W
174 Paterson  New Jersey 148,678 146,199 +1.70% 8.4 sq mi 21.8 km2 17,500/sq mi 6,800/km2 40°54′53″N 74°09′46″W / 40.9148°N 74.1628°W
175 Joliet  Illinois 148,462 147,433 +0.70% 64.4 sq mi 166.8 km2 2,302/sq mi 889/km2 41°31′04″N 88°08′56″W / 41.5177°N 88.1488°W
176 Naperville  Illinois 147,682 141,853 +4.11% 38.7 sq mi 100.2 km2 3,802/sq mi 1,468/km2 41°44′57″N 88°09′43″W / 41.7492°N 88.1620°W
177 Rockford  Illinois 147,051 152,871 −3.81% 63.5 sq mi 164.5 km2 2,325/sq mi 898/km2 42°15′32″N 89°03′53″W / 42.2588°N 89.0646°W
178 Torrance  California 146,758 145,438 +0.91% 20.5 sq mi 53.1 km2 7,180/sq mi 2,770/km2 33°50′06″N 118°20′29″W / 33.8350°N 118.3414°W
179 Bridgeport  Connecticut 146,579 144,229 +1.63% 16.1 sq mi 41.7 km2 9,064/sq mi 3,500/km2 41°11′15″N 73°11′45″W / 41.1874°N 73.1958°W
180 Savannah  Georgia 146,444 136,286 +7.45% 103.6 sq mi 268.3 km2 1,417/sq mi 547/km2 32°00′09″N 81°09′13″W / 32.0025°N 81.1536°W
181 Killeen  Texas 145,482 127,921 +13.73% 53.5 sq mi 138.6 km2 2,680/sq mi 1,030/km2 31°04′40″N 97°43′55″W / 31.0777°N 97.7320°W
182 Bellevue  Washington 144,444 122,363 +18.05% 33.5 sq mi 86.8 km2 4,221/sq mi 1,630/km2 47°35′52″N 122°09′23″W / 47.5979°N 122.1565°W
183 Mesquite  Texas 143,949 139,824 +2.95% 47.2 sq mi 122.2 km2 3,045/sq mi 1,176/km2 32°45′46″N 96°35′20″W / 32.7629°N 96.5888°W
184 Syracuse  New York 143,396 145,170 −1.22% 25.0 sq mi 64.7 km2 5,735/sq mi 2,214/km2 43°02′28″N 76°08′37″W / 43.0410°N 76.1436°W
185 McAllen  Texas 142,696 129,877 +9.87% 58.4 sq mi 151.3 km2 2,435/sq mi 940/km2 26°13′56″N 98°14′47″W / 26.2322°N 98.2464°W
186 Pasadena  California 142,647 137,122 +4.03% 23.0 sq mi 59.6 km2 6,176/sq mi 2,385/km2 34°09′38″N 118°08′23″W / 34.1606°N 118.1396°W
187 Orange  California 140,560 136,416 +3.04% 25.4 sq mi 65.8 km2 5,532/sq mi 2,136/km2 33°47′13″N 117°51′41″W / 33.7870°N 117.8613°W
188 Fullerton  California 140,392 135,161 +3.87% 22.4 sq mi 58.0 km2 6,282/sq mi 2,425/km2 33°53′09″N 117°55′41″W / 33.8857°N 117.9280°W
189 Dayton  Ohio 140,371 141,527 −0.82% 55.7 sq mi 144.3 km2 2,522/sq mi 974/km2 39°46′39″N 84°11′59″W / 39.7774°N 84.1996°W
190 Miramar  Florida 140,328 122,041 +14.98% 29.4 sq mi 76.1 km2 4,709/sq mi 1,818/km2 25°58′37″N 80°20′09″W / 25.9770°N 80.3358°W
191 Olathe  Kansas 137,472 125,872 +9.22% 60.9 sq mi 157.7 km2 2,225/sq mi 859/km2 38°53′03″N 94°49′10″W / 38.8843°N 94.8195°W
192 Thornton  Colorado 136,978 118,772 +15.33% 35.7 sq mi 92.5 km2 3,829/sq mi 1,478/km2 39°55′10″N 104°56′34″W / 39.9194°N 104.9428°W
193 Waco  Texas 136,436 124,805 +9.32% 89.0 sq mi 230.5 km2 1,510/sq mi 580/km2 31°33′36″N 97°11′10″W / 31.5601°N 97.1860°W
194 Murfreesboro  Tennessee 136,372 108,755 +25.39% 55.9 sq mi 144.8 km2 2,360/sq mi 910/km2 35°51′08″N 86°24′58″W / 35.8522°N 86.4160°W
195 Denton  Texas 136,268 113,383 +20.18% 93.4 sq mi 241.9 km2 1,433/sq mi 553/km2 33°13′00″N 97°08′29″W / 33.2166°N 97.1414°W
196 West Valley City  Utah 136,170 129,480 +5.17% 35.5 sq mi 91.9 km2 3,847/sq mi 1,485/km2 40°41′19″N 112°00′42″W / 40.6885°N 112.0118°W
197 Midland  Texas 136,089 111,147 +22.44% 74.4 sq mi 192.7 km2 1,809/sq mi 698/km2 32°01′29″N 102°06′49″W / 32.0246°N 102.1135°W
198 Carrollton  Texas 135,710 119,097 +13.95% 36.3 sq mi 94.0 km2 3,674/sq mi 1,419/km2 32°59′18″N 96°53′59″W / 32.9884°N 96.8998°W
199 Roseville  California 135,329 118,788 +13.92% 43.0 sq mi 111.4 km2 3,085/sq mi 1,191/km2 38°46′08″N 121°19′08″W / 38.7690°N 121.3189°W
200 Warren  Michigan 135,022 134,056 +0.72% 34.4 sq mi 89.1 km2 3,928/sq mi 1,517/km2 42°29′34″N 83°01′30″W / 42.4929°N 83.0250°W
201 Charleston  South Carolina 134,875 120,083 +12.32% 109.0 sq mi 282.3 km2 1,233/sq mi 476/km2 32°49′04″N 79°57′32″W / 32.8179°N 79.9590°W
202 Hampton[m]  Virginia 134,669 137,436 −2.01% 51.5 sq mi 133.4 km2 2,629/sq mi 1,015/km2 37°02′53″N 76°17′50″W / 37.0480°N 76.2971°W
203 Surprise  Arizona 134,085 117,517 +14.10% 107.9 sq mi 279.5 km2 1,230/sq mi 470/km2 33°40′14″N 112°27′10″W / 33.6706°N 112.4527°W
204 Columbia  South Carolina 133,114 129,272 +2.97% 133.5 sq mi 345.8 km2 1,006/sq mi 388/km2 34°01′45″N 80°53′53″W / 34.0291°N 80.8980°W
205 Coral Springs  Florida 133,037 121,096 +9.86% 23.8 sq mi 61.6 km2 5,465/sq mi 2,110/km2 26°16′15″N 80°15′33″W / 26.2707°N 80.2593°W
206 Visalia  California 133,010 124,442 +6.89% 37.5 sq mi 97.1 km2 3,495/sq mi 1,349/km2 36°19′38″N 119°19′44″W / 36.3273°N 119.3289°W
207 Sterling Heights  Michigan 132,631 129,699 +2.26% 36.5 sq mi 94.5 km2 3,628/sq mi 1,401/km2 42°34′52″N 83°01′49″W / 42.5812°N 83.0303°W
208 Gainesville  Florida 132,249 124,354 +6.35% 62.3 sq mi 161.4 km2 2,112/sq mi 815/km2 29°40′44″N 82°20′46″W / 29.6788°N 82.3461°W
209 Cedar Rapids  Iowa 132,228 126,326 +4.67% 70.8 sq mi 183.4 km2 1,852/sq mi 715/km2 41°58′01″N 91°40′40″W / 41.9670°N 91.6778°W
210 New Haven  Connecticut 131,014 129,779 +0.95% 18.7 sq mi 48.4 km2 6,948/sq mi 2,683/km2 41°18′39″N 72°55′30″W / 41.3108°N 72.9250°W
211 Stamford  Connecticut 130,824 122,643 +6.67% 37.6 sq mi 97.4 km2 3,434/sq mi 1,326/km2 41°04′48″N 73°32′46″W / 41.0799°N 73.5460°W
212 Elizabeth  New Jersey 130,215 124,969 +4.20% 12.3 sq mi 31.9 km2 10,459/sq mi 4,038/km2 40°39′59″N 74°11′37″W / 40.6664°N 74.1935°W
213 Concord  California 129,783 122,067 +6.32% 30.5 sq mi 79.0 km2 4,221/sq mi 1,630/km2 37°58′20″N 122°00′06″W / 37.9722°N 122.0016°W
214 Thousand Oaks  California 128,995 126,683 +1.83% 55.2 sq mi 143.0 km2 2,335/sq mi 902/km2 34°11′36″N 118°52′27″W / 34.1933°N 118.8742°W
215 Kent  Washington 128,458 92,411 +39.01% 33.7 sq mi 87.3 km2 3,784/sq mi 1,461/km2 47°23′17″N 122°12′46″W / 47.3880°N 122.2127°W
216 Santa Clara  California 127,134 116,468 +9.16% 18.4 sq mi 47.7 km2 6,845/sq mi 2,643/km2 37°21′53″N 121°58′04″W / 37.3646°N 121.9679°W
217 Simi Valley  California 126,878 124,237 +2.13% 41.5 sq mi 107.5 km2 3,044/sq mi 1,175/km2 34°16′01″N 118°44′55″W / 34.2669°N 118.7485°W
218 Lafayette[y]  Louisiana 126,848 120,623 +5.16% 53.8 sq mi 139.3 km2 2,372/sq mi 916/km2 30°12′27″N 92°01′43″W / 30.2074°N 92.0285°W
219 Topeka  Kansas 126,587 127,473 −0.70% 61.5 sq mi 159.3 km2 2,062/sq mi 796/km2 39°02′05″N 95°41′46″W / 39.0347°N 95.6962°W
220 Athens[z]  Georgia 125,691 115,452 +8.87% 116.4 sq mi 301.5 km2 1,060/sq mi 410/km2 33°56′59″N 83°22′12″W / 33.9496°N 83.3701°W
221 Round Rock  Texas 123,678 99,887 +23.82% 35.6 sq mi 92.2 km2 3,396/sq mi 1,311/km2 30°31′31″N 97°39′58″W / 30.5252°N 97.6660°W
222 Hartford  Connecticut 123,400 124,775 −1.10% 17.4 sq mi 45.1 km2 7,083/sq mi 2,735/km2 41°45′57″N 72°40′54″W / 41.7659°N 72.6816°W
223 Norman  Oklahoma 122,843 110,925 +10.74% 178.8 sq mi 463.1 km2 683/sq mi 264/km2 35°14′26″N 97°20′43″W / 35.2406°N 97.3453°W
224 Victorville  California 122,441 115,903 +5.64% 73.3 sq mi 189.8 km2 1,668/sq mi 644/km2 34°31′40″N 117°21′13″W / 34.5277°N 117.3536°W
225 Fargo   North Dakota 122,359 105,549 +15.93% 49.3 sq mi 127.7 km2 2,450/sq mi 950/km2 46°51′55″N 96°49′44″W / 46.8652°N 96.8290°W
226 Berkeley  California 122,324 112,580 +8.66% 10.5 sq mi 27.2 km2 11,547/sq mi 4,458/km2 37°52′01″N 122°17′57″W / 37.8670°N 122.2991°W
227 Vallejo  California 122,105 115,942 +5.32% 30.7 sq mi 79.5 km2 3,951/sq mi 1,525/km2 38°06′28″N 122°15′50″W / 38.1079°N 122.2640°W
228 Abilene  Texas 121,885 117,063 +4.12% 106.7 sq mi 276.4 km2 1,146/sq mi 442/km2 32°27′16″N 99°44′17″W / 32.4545°N 99.7381°W
229 Columbia  Missouri 121,717 108,500 +12.18% 65.0 sq mi 168.3 km2 1,856/sq mi 717/km2 38°57′06″N 92°19′43″W / 38.951561°N 92.328638°W
230 Ann Arbor  Michigan 121,477 113,934 +6.62% 28.1 sq mi 72.8 km2 4,298/sq mi 1,659/km2 42°16′34″N 83°43′51″W / 42.2761°N 83.7309°W
231 Allentown  Pennsylvania 121,283 118,032 +2.75% 17.5 sq mi 45.3 km2 6,882/sq mi 2,657/km2 40°35′37″N 75°28′42″W / 40.5936°N 75.4784°W
232 Pearland  Texas 119,940 91,252 +31.44% 46.3 sq mi 119.9 km2 2,453/sq mi 947/km2 29°33′21″N 95°19′23″W / 29.5558°N 95.3231°W
233 Beaumont  Texas 119,114 118,296 +0.69% 82.1 sq mi 212.6 km2 1,441/sq mi 556/km2 30°05′06″N 94°08′43″W / 30.0849°N 94.1453°W
234 Wilmington  North Carolina 119,045 106,476 +11.80% 51.6 sq mi 133.6 km2 2,278/sq mi 880/km2 34°12′33″N 77°53′09″W / 34.2092°N 77.8858°W
235 Evansville  Indiana 118,930 117,429 +1.28% 47.3 sq mi 122.5 km2 2,526/sq mi 975/km2 37°59′16″N 87°32′05″W / 37.9877°N 87.5347°W
236 Arvada  Colorado 118,807 106,433 +11.63% 38.6 sq mi 100.0 km2 3,043/sq mi 1,175/km2 39°50′01″N 105°09′01″W / 39.8337°N 105.1503°W
237 Provo  Utah 117,335 112,488 +4.31% 41.7 sq mi 108.0 km2 2,803/sq mi 1,082/km2 40°14′43″N 111°38′41″W / 40.2453°N 111.6448°W
238 Independence  Missouri 117,306 116,830 +0.41% 77.8 sq mi 201.5 km2 1,504/sq mi 581/km2 39°05′08″N 94°21′08″W / 39.0855°N 94.3521°W
239 Lansing  Michigan 116,986 114,297 +2.35% 39.1 sq mi 101.3 km2 2,967/sq mi 1,146/km2 42°42′51″N 84°33′33″W / 42.7143°N 84.5593°W
240 Odessa  Texas 116,861 99,940 +16.93% 45.2 sq mi 117.1 km2 2,608/sq mi 1,007/km2 31°53′02″N 102°20′28″W / 31.8838°N 102.3411°W
241 Richardson  Texas 116,783 99,223 +17.70% 28.6 sq mi 74.1 km2 3,963/sq mi 1,530/km2 32°58′20″N 96°42′29″W / 32.9723°N 96.7081°W
242 Fairfield  California 116,266 105,321 +10.39% 40.9 sq mi 105.9 km2 2,806/sq mi 1,083/km2 38°15′33″N 122°01′56″W / 38.2593°N 122.0321°W
243 El Monte  California 116,109 113,475 +2.32% 9.6 sq mi 24.9 km2 12,063/sq mi 4,658/km2 34°04′29″N 118°01′45″W / 34.0746°N 118.0291°W
244 Rochester  Minnesota 115,733 106,769 +8.40% 54.6 sq mi 141.4 km2 2,088/sq mi 806/km2 44°00′55″N 92°28′38″W / 44.0154°N 92.4772°W
245 Clearwater  Florida 115,513 107,685 +7.27% 25.9 sq mi 67.1 km2 4,415/sq mi 1,705/km2 27°58′44″N 82°46′00″W / 27.9789°N 82.7666°W
246 Carlsbad  California 115,330 105,328 +9.50% 37.7 sq mi 97.6 km2 3,023/sq mi 1,167/km2 33°07′26″N 117°16′58″W / 33.1239°N 117.2828°W
247 Springfield  Illinois 114,868 116,250 −1.19% 60.1 sq mi 155.7 km2 1,925/sq mi 743/km2 39°47′28″N 89°38′41″W / 39.7911°N 89.6446°W
248 Temecula  California 114,327 100,097 +14.22% 37.3 sq mi 96.6 km2 3,031/sq mi 1,170/km2 33°29′35″N 117°07′54″W / 33.4931°N 117.1317°W
249 West Jordan  Utah 113,905 103,712 +9.83% 32.3 sq mi 83.7 km2 3,520/sq mi 1,360/km2 40°36′09″N 112°00′03″W / 40.6024°N 112.0008°W
250 Costa Mesa  California 113,825 109,960 +3.51% 15.7 sq mi 40.7 km2 7,186/sq mi 2,775/km2 33°39′57″N 117°54′44″W / 33.6659°N 117.9123°W
251 Miami Gardens  Florida 113,750 107,167 +6.14% 18.2 sq mi 47.1 km2 6,212/sq mi 2,398/km2 25°56′56″N 80°14′37″W / 25.9489°N 80.2436°W
252 Cambridge  Massachusetts 113,630 105,162 +8.05% 6.4 sq mi 16.6 km2 17,289/sq mi 6,675/km2 42°22′34″N 71°07′07″W / 42.3760°N 71.1187°W
253 College Station  Texas 113,564 93,857 +21.00% 51.0 sq mi 132.1 km2 2,199/sq mi 849/km2 30°35′07″N 96°17′47″W / 30.5852°N 96.2964°W
254 Murrieta  California 113,326 103,466 +9.53% 33.6 sq mi 87.0 km2 3,324/sq mi 1,283/km2 33°34′20″N 117°11′25″W / 33.5721°N 117.1904°W
255 Downey  California 113,092 111,772 +1.18% 12.4 sq mi 32.1 km2 9,134/sq mi 3,527/km2 33°56′18″N 118°07′51″W / 33.9382°N 118.1309°W
256 Peoria  Illinois 112,883 115,007 −1.85% 48.2 sq mi 124.8 km2 2,371/sq mi 915/km2 40°45′05″N 89°37′03″W / 40.7515°N 89.6174°W
257 Westminster  Colorado 112,812 106,114 +6.31% 31.7 sq mi 82.1 km2 3,592/sq mi 1,387/km2 39°52′56″N 105°03′52″W / 39.8822°N 105.0644°W
258 Elgin  Illinois 112,456 108,188 +3.94% 37.4 sq mi 96.9 km2 2,998/sq mi 1,158/km2 42°02′23″N 88°19′18″W / 42.0396°N 88.3217°W
259 Antioch  California 111,674 102,372 +9.09% 29.4 sq mi 76.1 km2 3,772/sq mi 1,456/km2 37°58′45″N 121°47′46″W / 37.9791°N 121.7962°W
260 Palm Bay  Florida 111,657 103,190 +8.21% 65.7 sq mi 170.2 km2 1,676/sq mi 647/km2 27°59′08″N 80°39′45″W / 27.9856°N 80.6626°W
261 High Point  North Carolina 111,513 104,371 +6.84% 55.2 sq mi 143.0 km2 2,015/sq mi 778/km2 35°59′24″N 79°59′26″W / 35.9900°N 79.9905°W
262 Lowell  Massachusetts 111,346 106,519 +4.53% 13.6 sq mi 35.2 km2 8,129/sq mi 3,139/km2 42°38′20″N 71°19′16″W / 42.6390°N 71.3211°W
263 Manchester  New Hampshire 111,196 109,565 +1.49% 33.1 sq mi 85.7 km2 3,339/sq mi 1,289/km2 42°59′06″N 71°26′39″W / 42.9849°N 71.4441°W
264 Pueblo  Colorado 111,127 106,595 +4.25% 53.6 sq mi 138.8 km2 2,058/sq mi 795/km2 38°16′12″N 104°36′44″W / 38.2699°N 104.6123°W
265 Gresham  Oregon 111,053 105,594 +5.17% 23.3 sq mi 60.3 km2 4,786/sq mi 1,848/km2 45°30′08″N 122°26′30″W / 45.5023°N 122.4416°W
266 North Charleston  South Carolina 110,861 97,471 +13.74% 73.7 sq mi 190.9 km2 1,483/sq mi 573/km2 32°55′04″N 80°03′54″W / 32.9178°N 80.0650°W
267 Ventura[aa]  California 110,790 106,433 +4.09% 21.8 sq mi 56.5 km2 5,027/sq mi 1,941/km2 34°16′04″N 119°15′15″W / 34.2678°N 119.2542°W
268 Inglewood  California 110,598 109,673 +0.84% 9.1 sq mi 23.6 km2 12,160/sq mi 4,700/km2 33°57′22″N 118°20′39″W / 33.9561°N 118.3443°W
269 Pompano Beach  Florida 110,473 99,845 +10.64% 24.0 sq mi 62.2 km2 4,558/sq mi 1,760/km2 26°14′30″N 80°08′02″W / 26.2416°N 80.1339°W
270 Centennial  Colorado 110,250 100,377 +9.84% 29.5 sq mi 76.4 km2 3,727/sq mi 1,439/km2 39°35′26″N 104°52′09″W / 39.5906°N 104.8691°W
271 West Palm Beach  Florida 110,222 99,919 +10.31% 55.1 sq mi 142.7 km2 1,963/sq mi 758/km2 26°44′47″N 80°07′30″W / 26.7464°N 80.1251°W
272 Everett  Washington 110,079 103,019 +6.85% 33.3 sq mi 86.2 km2 3,275/sq mi 1,264/km2 47°57′24″N 122°11′29″W / 47.9566°N 122.1914°W
273 Richmond  California 110,040 103,701 +6.11% 30.1 sq mi 78.0 km2 3,648/sq mi 1,409/km2 37°57′08″N 122°21′38″W / 37.9523°N 122.3606°W
274 Clovis  California 109,691 95,631 +14.70% 24.2 sq mi 62.7 km2 4,404/sq mi 1,700/km2 36°49′42″N 119°41′06″W / 36.8282°N 119.6849°W
275 Billings  Montana 109,642 104,170 +5.25% 43.7 sq mi 113.2 km2 2,525/sq mi 975/km2 45°47′19″N 108°33′00″W / 45.7885°N 108.5499°W
276 Waterbury  Connecticut 108,629 110,366 −1.57% 28.5 sq mi 73.8 km2 3,799/sq mi 1,467/km2 41°33′31″N 73°02′12″W / 41.5585°N 73.0367°W
277 Broken Arrow  Oklahoma 108,303 98,850 +9.56% 61.7 sq mi 159.8 km2 1,741/sq mi 672/km2 36°02′11″N 95°46′52″W / 36.0365°N 95.7810°W
278 Lakeland  Florida 108,054 97,422 +10.91% 65.9 sq mi 170.7 km2 1,615/sq mi 624/km2 28°03′20″N 81°57′18″W / 28.0555°N 81.9549°W
279 West Covina  California 107,598 106,098 +1.41% 16.0 sq mi 41.4 km2 6,740/sq mi 2,600/km2 34°03′21″N 117°54′36″W / 34.0559°N 117.9099°W
280 Boulder  Colorado 107,125 97,385 +10.00% 24.8 sq mi 64.2 km2 4,358/sq mi 1,683/km2 40°01′37″N 105°15′07″W / 40.0270°N 105.2519°W
281 Daly City  California 107,074 101,123 +5.88% 7.6 sq mi 19.7 km2 14,009/sq mi 5,409/km2 37°42′03″N 122°27′54″W / 37.7009°N 122.4650°W
282 Santa Maria  California 107,014 99,553 +7.49% 22.8 sq mi 59.1 km2 4,662/sq mi 1,800/km2 34°56′00″N 120°26′38″W / 34.9332°N 120.4438°W
283 Hillsboro  Oregon 106,894 91,611 +16.68% 25.0 sq mi 64.7 km2 4,207/sq mi 1,624/km2 45°31′41″N 122°56′09″W / 45.5280°N 122.9357°W
284 Sandy Springs  Georgia 106,739 93,853 +13.73% 37.7 sq mi 97.6 km2 2,804/sq mi 1,083/km2 33°55′53″N 84°22′07″W / 33.9315°N 84.3687°W
285 Norwalk  California 106,084 105,549 +0.51% 9.7 sq mi 25.1 km2 10,946/sq mi 4,226/km2 33°54′27″N 118°05′01″W / 33.9076°N 118.0835°W
286 Jurupa Valley  California 106,028 0 NA[ab] 42.9 sq mi 111.1 km2 2,414/sq mi 932/km2 34°00′09″N 117°28′03″W / 34.0026°N 117.4676°W
287 Lewisville  Texas 106,021 95,290 +11.26% 36.7 sq mi 95.1 km2 2,852/sq mi 1,101/km2 33°02′48″N 96°58′54″W / 33.0466°N 96.9818°W
288 Greeley  Colorado 105,448 92,889 +13.52% 47.8 sq mi 123.8 km2 2,176/sq mi 840/km2 40°24′55″N 104°46′11″W / 40.4153°N 104.7697°W
289 Davie[ac]  Florida 105,149 91,992 +14.30% 34.9 sq mi 90.4 km2 2,919/sq mi 1,127/km2 26°04′45″N 80°17′06″W / 26.0791°N 80.2850°W
290 Green Bay  Wisconsin 105,116 104,057 +1.02% 45.4 sq mi 117.6 km2 2,316/sq mi 894/km2 44°31′15″N 87°59′03″W / 44.5207°N 87.9842°W
291 Tyler  Texas 104,991 96,900 +8.35% 56.6 sq mi 146.6 km2 1,852/sq mi 715/km2 32°19′02″N 95°18′21″W / 32.3173°N 95.3059°W
292 League City  Texas 104,903 83,560 +25.54% 51.2 sq mi 132.6 km2 1,992/sq mi 769/km2 29°29′24″N 95°06′33″W / 29.4901°N 95.1091°W
293 Burbank  California 104,834 103,340 +1.45% 17.4 sq mi 45.1 km2 6,003/sq mi 2,318/km2 34°11′24″N 118°19′35″W / 34.1901°N 118.3264°W
294 San Mateo  California 104,748 97,207 +7.76% 12.1 sq mi 31.3 km2 8,592/sq mi 3,317/km2 37°33′37″N 122°18′38″W / 37.5603°N 122.3106°W
295 Wichita Falls  Texas 104,747 104,553 +0.19% 72.2 sq mi 187.0 km2 1,450/sq mi 560/km2 33°54′24″N 98°31′33″W / 33.9067°N 98.5259°W
296 El Cajon  California 103,894 99,478 +4.44% 14.5 sq mi 37.6 km2 7,156/sq mi 2,763/km2 32°48′06″N 116°57′37″W / 32.8017°N 116.9604°W
297 Rialto  California 103,562 99,171 +4.43% 22.3 sq mi 57.8 km2 4,633/sq mi 1,789/km2 34°06′42″N 117°23′18″W / 34.1118°N 117.3883°W
298 Lakewood[ad]  New Jersey 102,682 92,843 +10.60% 24.7 sq mi 64.0 km2 4,079/sq mi 1,575/km2 40°04′38″N 74°12′01″W / 40.0771°N 74.2004°W
299 Edison[ad]  New Jersey 102,450 99,967 +2.48% 30.1 sq mi 78.0 km2 3,389/sq mi 1,309/km2 40°30′14″N 74°20′58″W / 40.5040°N 74.3494°W
300 Davenport  Iowa 102,320 99,685 +2.64% 62.9 sq mi 162.9 km2 1,631/sq mi 630/km2 41°33′15″N 90°36′14″W / 41.5541°N 90.6040°W
301 South Bend  Indiana 102,245 101,168 +1.06% 41.4 sq mi 107.2 km2 2,457/sq mi 949/km2 41°40′37″N 86°16′08″W / 41.6769°N 86.2690°W
302 Woodbridge[ad]  New Jersey 101,965 99,585 +2.39% 23.3 sq mi 60.3 km2 4,351/sq mi 1,680/km2 40°33′39″N 74°17′34″W / 40.5607°N 74.2927°W
303 Las Cruces  New Mexico 101,712 97,618 +4.19% 76.9 sq mi 199.2 km2 1,323/sq mi 511/km2 32°19′35″N 106°47′23″W / 32.3264°N 106.7897°W
304 Vista  California 101,568 93,834 +8.24% 18.7 sq mi 48.4 km2 5,436/sq mi 2,099/km2 33°11′22″N 117°14′19″W / 33.1895°N 117.2386°W
305 Renton  Washington 101,379 90,927 +11.49% 23.4 sq mi 60.6 km2 4,314/sq mi 1,666/km2 47°28′34″N 122°11′31″W / 47.4761°N 122.1920°W
306 Sparks  Nevada 100,888 90,264 +11.77% 35.9 sq mi 93.0 km2 2,810/sq mi 1,080/km2 39°33′16″N 119°44′08″W / 39.5544°N 119.7356°W
307 Clinton[ae]  Michigan 100,712 96,796 +4.05% 28.1 sq mi 72.8 km2 3,573/sq mi 1,380/km2 42°35′25″N 82°55′01″W / 42.5903°N 82.9170°W
308 Allen  Texas 100,685 84,246 +19.51% 27.1 sq mi 70.2 km2 3,715/sq mi 1,434/km2 33°05′59″N 96°39′47″W / 33.0997°N 96.6631°W
309 Tuscaloosa  Alabama 100,287 90,468 +10.85% 71.7 sq mi 185.7 km2 1,399/sq mi 540/km2 33°12′23″N 87°32′05″W / 33.2065°N 87.5346°W
310 San Angelo  Texas 100,119 93,200 +7.42% 59.9 sq mi 155.1 km2 1,681/sq mi 649/km2 31°26′28″N 100°27′02″W / 31.4411°N 100.4505°W
311 Vacaville  California 100,032 92,428 +8.23% 29.0 sq mi 75.1 km2 3,449/sq mi 1,332/km2 38°21′14″N 121°58′22″W / 38.3539°N 121.9728°W

Distribution

For cities with populations of 100,000 or more, the following distributions hold. Smaller incorporated places are not included.

Densityhisto

Densityhisto

The mean density is 4,128.21 inhabitants per square mile (1,593.91/km2).

The median is 3,160.85 inhabitants per square mile (1,220.41/km2).

Population Number of municipal governments[4]
1,000,000+ 10
300,000–999,999 56
200,000–299,999 50
100,000–199,999 195
Total 311
State Number of cities
CA 74
TX 39
FL 22
CO 12
AZ 10
NC 9
IL, WA 8
GA, MI, NJ, VA 7
OH, TN 6
AL, CT, KS, MA, MO, NV, NY, OR 5
IN, LA, OK, UT 4
IA, MN, PA, SC, WI 3
KY, NE, NM 2
AK, AR, DC, HI, ID, MD, MS, MT, ND, NH, RI, SD 1
DE, ME, VT, WV, WY 0

Gallery

Downtown Phoenix Aerial Looking Northeast

5. Phoenix, Arizona

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10. San Jose, California

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11. Austin, Texas

Jacksonville at Night (39527326802)

12. Jacksonville, Florida

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14. Columbus, Ohio

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15. Fort Worth, Texas

Skyline of Charlotte 2016

17. Charlotte, North Carolina

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22. El Paso, Texas

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24. Nashville, Tennessee

Memphis skyline from the air

25. Memphis, Tennessee

Portland Night panorama edit

26. Portland, Oregon

Louisville skyline night

29. Louisville, Kentucky

Alb Skyline

32. Albuquerque, New Mexico

View of Tucson from Sentinel Peak 2

33. Tucson, Arizona

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34. Fresno, California

Sacramento Riverfront

35. Sacramento, California

Downtown Mesa Arizona

36. Mesa, Arizona

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37. Kansas City, Missouri

Long Beach, CA at night

39. Long Beach, California

Gene Leahy Mall

40. Omaha, Nebraska

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41. Raleigh, North Carolina

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42. Colorado Springs, Colorado

Miami skyline northern Brickell 20100206

43. Miami, Florida

VA Beach Town Center

44. Virginia Beach, Virginia

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45. Oakland, California

Tulsa skyline picture

47. Tulsa, Oklahoma

Wichita-ks

50. Wichita, Kansas

Puerto Rico

The following table lists the five municipalities (municipios) of Puerto Rico with a population greater than 100,000 on July 1, 2017, as estimated by the United States Census Bureau.

The table below contains the following information:

  1. The municipio rank by population as of July 1, 2017, as estimated by the United States Census Bureau[5]
  2. The municipio[5]
  3. The municipio population as of July 1, 2017, as estimated by the United States Census Bureau[5]
  4. The municipio population as of April 1, 2010, as enumerated by the 2010 United States Census[5]
  5. The municipio percent population change from April 1, 2010, to July 1, 2017
  6. The municipio land area as of January 1, 2016[2]
  7. The municipio population density as of July 1, 2017 (residents per land area)[2]
  8. The municipio latitude and longitude coordinates
2017 rank Municipio 2017 estimate 2010 Census Change 2016 land area 2017 population density Location
1 San Juan 337,288 395,326 −14.68% 39.5 sq mi 102.3 km2 8,539/sq mi 3,297/km2 18°24′23″N 66°03′50″W / 18.4064°N 66.0640°W
2 Bayamón 179,565 208,116 −13.72% 27.0 sq mi 69.9 km2 6,651/sq mi 2,568/km2 18°22′48″N 66°09′48″W / 18.3801°N 66.1633°W
3 Carolina 154,489 176,762 −12.60% 20.7 sq mi 53.6 km2 7,463/sq mi 2,881/km2 18°24′43″N 65°58′47″W / 18.4120°N 65.9798°W
4 Ponce 140,859 166,327 −15.31% 30.7 sq mi 79.5 km2 4,588/sq mi 1,771/km2 17°59′15″N 66°36′35″W / 17.9874°N 66.6097°W
5 Caguas 129,604 142,893 −9.30% 10.9 sq mi 28.2 km2 11,890/sq mi 4,590/km2 18°13′56″N 66°02′20″W / 18.2321°N 66.0390°W

Census-designated places

The following table lists U.S. census-designated places (CDPs) with populations of at least 100,000 according to the 2010 Census. A CDP is a concentration of population identified by the United States Census Bureau for statistical purposes. CDPs are delineated for each decennial census as the statistical counterparts of incorporated places such as cities, towns and villages. CDPs are populated areas that lack separate municipal government, but which otherwise physically resemble incorporated places. Unlike the incorporated cities in the main list, the US Census Bureau does not release annual population estimates for CDPs.

The table below contains the following information:

  1. The city
  2. The state
  3. The city population as of April 1, 2010, as enumerated by the 2010 United States Census
  4. The city population as of April 1, 2000, as enumerated by the 2010 United States Census
  5. The city percent population change from April 1, 2000, to April 1, 2010
  6. The city land area as of January 1, 2010[2]
  7. The city population density as of April 1, 2010 (residents per land area)[2]
  8. The city ANSI INCITS 446–2008 geographic code
  9. The city latitude and longitude coordinates
City State 2010 Census 2000 Census Change 2010 land area 2010 population density ANSI Location
Paradise Nevada 223,167 186,070 +19.94% 46.717 sq mi 120.996 km2 4,777/sq mi 1,844/km2 02409023 36°04′51″N 115°08′12″W / 36.08073°N 115.1368°W
Arlington Virginia 207,627 189,453 +9.59% 25.98 sq mi 67.288 km2 7,992/sq mi 3,086/km2 38°52′48″N 77°10′59″W / 38.880°N 77.183°W
Sunrise Manor Nevada 189,372 156,120 +21.30% 33.352 sq mi 86.381 km2 5,678/sq mi 2,192/km2 02410035 36°10′43″N 115°02′56″W / 36.1785°N 115.0490°W
Spring Valley Nevada 178,395 117,390 +51.97% 33.226 sq mi 86.055 km2 5,369/sq mi 2,073/km2 02408797 36°05′55″N 115°15′43″W / 36.0987°N 115.2619°W
Metairie Louisiana 138,481 146,136 −5.24% 23.222 sq mi 60.145 km2 5,963/sq mi 2,302/km2 02403282 29°59′52″N 90°10′40″W / 29.9978°N 90.1779°W
East Los Angeles California 126,496 124,283 +1.78% 7.448 sq mi 19.290 km2 16,984/sq mi 6,558/km2 02408711 34°01′53″N 118°10′07″W / 34.0315°N 118.1686°W
Enterprise Nevada 108,481 14,676 +639.17% 46.513 sq mi 120.468 km2 2,332/sq mi 900/km2 02408084 36°01′06″N 115°12′55″W / 36.0182°N 115.2154°W
Brandon Florida 103,483 77,895 +32.85% 33.101 sq mi 85.731 km2 3,126/sq mi 1,207/km2 02402711 27°56′10″N 82°17′57″W / 27.9360°N 82.2993°W

Cities formerly over 100,000 people

The following table lists U.S. cities that, in past censuses, have had populations of at least 100,000 but have since decreased beneath this threshold or have been consolidated with or annexed into a neighboring city.

The table below contains the following information:

  1. Name of city
  2. Name of state
  3. The city population as of July 1, 2017, as estimated by the United States Census Bureau[1]
  4. The city's peak population based on highest official enumeration recorded by the Census (and the year of that particular Census)
  5. The numeric decline in population from its peak Census count to the most recent Census estimate in 2017.
  6. The percent decline in population from its peak Census count to the most recent Census estimate in 2017.
  7. Any additional notes of significant importance.
City State 2017 estimated population Peak population (year) Numeric decline from
peak population
Percent decline from
peak population
Notes
Albany New York 98,251 134,995 (1950) Decrease-36,744 Decrease-27.22% Increase2.30% from 2000 to 2010
Allegheny Pennsylvania N/A[af] 129,896 (1900) annexed by Pittsburgh in 1907
Brooklyn New York N/A[ag] 806,343 (1890) consolidated with New York City in 1898
Camden New Jersey 74,532 124,555 (1950) Decrease-50,023 Decrease-40.16%
Canton Ohio 70,909 116,912 (1950) Decrease-46,003 Decrease-39.35%
Dearborn Michigan 94,491 112,007 (1960) Decrease-17,516 Decrease-15.64% Increase9.93% from 1990 to 2010
Duluth Minnesota 86,066 107,312 (1960) Decrease-21,246 Decrease-19.80%
Erie Pennsylvania 97,369 138,440 (1960) Decrease-41,071 Decrease-29.67%
Fall River Massachusetts 89,420 120,485 (1920) Decrease-31,065 Decrease-25.78%
Flint Michigan 96,448 196,940 (1960) Decrease-100,492 Decrease-51.03%
Gary Indiana 76,008 178,320 (1960) Decrease-102,312 Decrease-57.38%
Hammond Indiana 76,618 111,698 (1960) Decrease-35,080 Decrease-31.41%
Kenosha Wisconsin 99,877 100,150 (2012 est)* Decrease-273 Decrease-0.27% *Only recorded instance of surpassing 100,000 was July 1, 2012 estimate
Livonia Michigan 94,105 110,109 (1970) Decrease-16,004 Decrease-14.53%
Lynn Massachusetts 94,063 102,320 (1930) Decrease-8,257 Decrease-8.07% Increase15.11% from 1980 to 2010
New Bedford Massachusetts 95,120 121,217 (1920) Decrease-26,097 Decrease-21.53% Increase1.39% from 2000 to 2010
Niagara Falls New York 48,460 102,394 (1960) Decrease-53,934 Decrease-52.67%
Parma Ohio 79,167 100,216 (1970) Decrease-21,049 Decrease-21.00%
Portsmouth Virginia 94,572 114,773 (1960) Decrease-20,201 Decrease-17.60%
Reading Pennsylvania 88,423 111,171 (1930) Decrease-22,748 Decrease-20.46% Increase12.38% from 1990 to 2010
Roanoke Virginia 99,837 100,220 (1980) Decrease-383 Decrease-0.38% Increase2.23% from 2000 to 2010
Scranton Pennsylvania 77,605 143,333 (1930) Decrease-65,728 Decrease-45.86% Increase 1.6% from 2010 to 2016
Somerville Massachusetts 81,360 103,908 (1930) Decrease-22,548 Decrease-21.70%
St. Joseph Missouri 76,442 102,979 (1900) Decrease-26,537 Decrease-25.77% Increase6.86% from 1990 to 2010
Trenton New Jersey 84,964 128,009 (1950) Decrease-43,045 Decrease-33.63%
Utica New York 60,635 101,740 (1930) Decrease-41,105 Decrease-40.40% Increase2.61% from 2000 to 2010
Wilmington Delaware 71,106 112,504 (1940) Decrease-41,398 Decrease-36.80%
Youngstown Ohio 64,604 170,002 (1930) Decrease-105,398 Decrease-62.00%

Locations of 50 most populous cities

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Towns in New England, while incorporated on a level similar to cities in other states, are considered minor civil divisions by the Census Bureau and are not included in its list of incorporated places. A detailed discussion on this subject can be found at New England town#Census treatment of the New England town system.
  2. ^ a b The State of Hawaiʻi has no incorporated municipalities other than the City and County of Honolulu, which comprises the entire Island of Oʻahu. In accordance with Hawaiian law, the United States Census Bureau defines the state's "cities" and "towns" as Census Designated Places (CDPs). The Census Bureau defines the Urban Honolulu CDP as the portion of the City and County of Honolulu that is coextensive with the Judicial District of Honolulu. The Urban Honolulu CDP is what is generally thought of as the "city" of Honolulu, and its population is used here and in other population comparisons. The Urban Honolulu CDP is currently the most populous Census Designated Place in the United States. The Honolulu, HI Metropolitan Statistical Area comprises the entire City and County of Honolulu.
  3. ^ Or federal district in the case of Washington, D.C.
  4. ^ Since 1898, the City of New York, New York, has comprised five boroughs with consolidated borough–county governments:
       •The Borough of Brooklyn and Kings County
         (pop. 2,648,771)
       •The Borough of Queens and Queens County
         (pop. 2,358,582)
       •The Borough of Manhattan and New York County
         (pop. 1,664,727)
       •The Borough of the Bronx and Bronx County
         (pop. 1,471,160)
       •The Borough of Staten Island and Richmond County
         (pop. 479,458)
  5. ^ The City of Philadelphia and Philadelphia County, are separate but coterminous entities with a single consolidated city–county government.
  6. ^ The City of Jacksonville, Florida, and Duval County, Florida, are separate entities with a single consolidated city–county government. The City of Jacksonville comprises all of Duval County except the other incorporated municipalities within the county.
  7. ^ The City and County of San Francisco, California has a consolidated city and county government.
  8. ^ The City of Indianapolis, Indiana, and Marion County, Indiana, are separate entities with a single consolidated city–county government. The City of Indianapolis comprises all of Marion County except the other incorporated municipalities within the county. See Indianapolis (balance).
  9. ^ The City and County of Denver, Colorado, has a consolidated city and county government.
  10. ^ The City of Washington was consolidated with the District of Columbia in 1871.
  11. ^ Nashville is a consolidated city-county. The population given is for the entire city-county, excluding other incorporated places lying within the city-county limits. (See Nashville-Davidson (balance), Tennessee). As of 2010, the population of the city-county including other incorporated places was 626,681.
  12. ^ The City of Louisville, Kentucky, and Jefferson County, Kentucky, are separate entities with a single consolidated city–county government. The City of Louisville comprises all of Jefferson County except the other incorporated municipalities within the county. See Louisville/Jefferson County metro government (balance), Kentucky.
  13. ^ a b c d e f g h i This is an independent city that is not part of any county.
  14. ^ The City of New Orleans, Louisiana, and Orleans Parish, Louisiana, are separate but coterminous entities with a single consolidated city–parish government.
  15. ^ The City of Lexington, Kentucky, and Fayette County, Kentucky, are separate but coterminous entities with a single consolidated city–county government.
  16. ^ The Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska, is a unified home rule municipality that functions as both a city and a borough.
  17. ^ The Town of Gilbert, Arizona, is currently the most populous incorporated town in the United States.
  18. ^ Officially listed in US Census Bureau records as Boise City
  19. ^ The City of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana, are separate entities with a single consolidated city–parish government. The City of Baton Rouge has retained its own city limits within East Baton Rouge Parish.
  20. ^ The City of Augusta, Georgia, and Richmond County, Georgia, are separate entities with a single consolidated city–county government. The City of Augusta comprises all of Richmond County except the two other incorporated municipalities within the county.
  21. ^ The City of Columbus, Georgia, and Muscogee County, Georgia, are separate but coterminous entities with a single consolidated city–county government.
  22. ^ The Town of Cary, North Carolina, is currently the second most populous incorporated town in the United States.
  23. ^ Kansas City, Kansas, and Wyandotte County, Kansas, are separate entities with a single consolidated city–county government. Kansas City comprises all of Wyandotte County except the other incorporated municipalities within the county.
  24. ^ After approval by local voters in a 2012 referendum, the City of Macon, Georgia merged with most of unincorporated Bibb County, Georgia on January 1, 2014. The new consolidated government is officially "Macon-Bibb County."
  25. ^ The City of Lafayette, Louisiana, and Lafayette Parish, Louisiana, are separate entities with a single consolidated city–parish government. The City of Lafayette comprises all of Lafayette Parish except the other incorporated municipalities within the parish.
  26. ^ The City of Athens, Georgia, and Clarke County, Georgia, are separate entities with a single consolidated city–county government. The City of Athens comprises all of Clarke County except the other incorporated municipalities within the county.
  27. ^ Official name is San Buenaventura
  28. ^ Jurupa Valley was incorporated as a city on July 1, 2011 from various portions of unincorporated territory in Riverside County, California. Because of this, there is no official 2010 Census population.
  29. ^ The Town of Davie, Florida, is currently the third most populous incorporated town in the United States.
  30. ^ a b c In the state of New Jersey, townships are full-fledged municipalities on par with any town, city, borough, or village.
    "Annual Estimates of the Resident Population for Minor Civil Divisions, by County: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2017". 2017 Census Population Estimates. U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division. May 2018. Retrieved May 24, 2018.
  31. ^ In the state of Michigan, charter townships are municipalities on par with any other incorporated city.
    "Annual Estimates of the Resident Population for Minor Civil Divisions, by County: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2017". 2017 Census Population Estimates. U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division. May 2018. Retrieved May 24, 2018.
  32. ^ The population of all North Side neighborhoods of Pittsburgh (41,120), plus Census Tract 4270 Blocks 2 & 3, which are the sections of Millvale, Pennsylvania that were formally part of Allegheny City. (an additional 2,301), which totals to 43,421. All data from the 2010 Census.
  33. ^ The population for Brooklyn in the 2010 Census was 2,504,700. However, since Brooklyn is now a borough of the City of New York and thus no longer its own separate city, for the purposes of this chart, its current population will be regarded as negligible.

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f "Annual Estimates of the Resident Population for Incorporated Places of 50,000 or More, Ranked by July 1, 2017 Population: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2017". United States Census Bureau, Population Division. Retrieved May 24, 2018.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g "2016 U.S. Gazetteer Files". U.S. Gazetteer Files. United States Census Bureau. Retrieved August 22, 2017.
  3. ^ City wins census appeal; count adjusted – Houston Chronicle. Chron.com (December 3, 2012). Retrieved on July 12, 2013.
  4. ^ "Census of Governments" (PDF). Government Organization. U.S. Census Bureau. December 2002. Retrieved December 30, 2010.
  5. ^ a b c d "Annual Estimates of the Resident Population: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2017". 2017 Census Population Estimates. U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division. April 2018. Retrieved April 16, 2018.

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