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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.[1] A few exceptional Census Designated Places (CDPs) are also included in the Census Bureau's listing of incorporated places.[2] 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, which does not include other municipalities or unincorporated suburban areas within urban agglomerations. A different ranking is evident when considering U.S. metropolitan area populations.

United States

The following table lists the 304 incorporated places in the United States with a population of at least 100,000 on July 1, 2015, 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—do not have 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, 2016, as estimated by the United States Census Bureau[3]
  2. The city name[3]
  3. The name of the state in which the city lies[3]
  4. The city population as of July 1, 2016, as estimated by the United States Census Bureau[3]
  5. The city population as of April 1, 2010, as enumerated by the 2010 United States Census[3]
  6. The city percent population change from April 1, 2010, to July 1, 2016
  7. The city land area as of January 1, 2014[4]
  8. The city population density as of July 1, 2016 (residents per unit of land area)[4]
  9. The city latitude and longitude coordinates

2016 rank City State[5] 2016 estimate 2010 Census Change 2014 land area 2010 population density Location
1 New York[6] New York 8,537,673 8,175,133 +4.43% 302.6 sq mi
783.8 km2
27,012 per sq mi
10,430 km−2
40°39′51″N 73°56′19″W / 40.6643°N 73.9385°W / 40.6643; -73.9385 (1 New York City)
2 Los Angeles California 3,976,322 3,792,621 +4.84% 468.7 sq mi
1,213.9 km2
8,092 per sq mi
3,124 km−2
34°01′10″N 118°24′39″W / 34.0194°N 118.4108°W / 34.0194; -118.4108 (2 Los Angeles)
3 Chicago Illinois 2,704,958 2,695,598 +0.35% 227.6 sq mi
589.6 km2
11,842 per sq mi
4,572 km−2
41°50′15″N 87°40′54″W / 41.8376°N 87.6818°W / 41.8376; -87.6818 (3 Chicago)
4 Houston[7] Texas 2,303,482 2,100,263 +9.68% 599.6 sq mi
1,552.9 km2
3,501 per sq mi
1,352 km−2
29°46′50″N 95°23′11″W / 29.7805°N 95.3863°W / 29.7805; -95.3863 (4 Houston)
5 Phoenix Arizona 1,615,017 1,445,632 +11.72% 516.7 sq mi
1,338.3 km2
2,798 per sq mi
1,080 km−2
33°34′20″N 112°05′17″W / 33.5722°N 112.0880°W / 33.5722; -112.0880 (6 Phoenix)
6 Philadelphia[8] Pennsylvania 1,567,872 1,526,006 +2.74% 134.1 sq mi
347.3 km2
11,379 per sq mi
4,394 km−2
40°00′34″N 75°08′00″W / 40.0094°N 75.1333°W / 40.0094; -75.1333 (5 Philadelphia)
7 San Antonio Texas 1,492,510 1,327,407 +12.44% 460.9 sq mi
1,193.8 km2
2,880 per sq mi
1,112 km−2
29°28′21″N 98°31′30″W / 29.4724°N 98.5251°W / 29.4724; -98.5251 (7 San Antonio)
8 San Diego California 1,406,630 1,307,402 +7.59% 325.2 sq mi
842.2 km2
4,020 per sq mi
1,552 km−2
32°48′55″N 117°08′06″W / 32.8153°N 117.1350°W / 32.8153; -117.1350 (8 San Diego)
9 Dallas Texas 1,317,929 1,197,816 +10.03% 340.5 sq mi
881.9 km2
3,518 per sq mi
1,358 km−2
32°46′33″N 96°47′48″W / 32.7757°N 96.7967°W / 32.7757; -96.7967 (9 Dallas)
10 San Jose California 1,025,350 945,942 +8.39% 176.6 sq mi
457.3 km2
5,359 per sq mi
2,069 km−2
37°17′49″N 121°49′09″W / 37.2969°N 121.8193°W / 37.2969; -121.8193 (10 San Jose)
11 Austin Texas 947,890 790,390 +19.93% 322.48 sq mi
835.2 km2
2,653 per sq mi
1,024 km−2
30°18′26″N 97°45′22″W / 30.3072°N 97.7560°W / 30.3072; -97.7560 (11 Austin)
12 Jacksonville[9] Florida 880,619 821,784 +7.16% 747.0 sq mi
1,934.7 km2
1,120 per sq mi
433 km−2
30°20′13″N 81°39′41″W / 30.3370°N 81.6613°W / 30.3370; -81.6613 (12 Jacksonville)
13 San Francisco[10] California 870,887 805,235 +8.15% 46.9 sq mi
121.4 km2
17,179 per sq mi
6,633 km−2
37°46′30″N 122°25′09″W / 37.7751°N 122.4193°W / 37.7751; -122.4193 (13 San Francisco)
14 Columbus Ohio 860,090 787,033 +9.28% 217.2 sq mi
562.5 km2
3,624 per sq mi
1,399 km−2
39°59′05″N 82°59′06″W / 39.9848°N 82.9850°W / 39.9848; -82.9850 (15 Columbus)
15 Indianapolis[11] Indiana 855,164 820,445 +4.23% 361.4 sq mi
936.1 km2
2,270 per sq mi
876 km−2
39°46′36″N 86°08′45″W / 39.7767°N 86.1459°W / 39.7767; -86.1459 (14 Indianapolis)
16 Fort Worth Texas 854,113 741,206 +15.23% 339.8 sq mi
880.1 km2
2,181 per sq mi
842 km−2
32°46′46″N 97°20′47″W / 32.7795°N 97.3463°W / 32.7795; -97.3463 (16 Fort Worth)
17 Charlotte North Carolina 842,051 731,424 +15.12% 297.7 sq mi
771.0 km2
2,457 per sq mi
949 km−2
35°12′31″N 80°49′51″W / 35.2087°N 80.8307°W / 35.2087; -80.8307 (17 Charlotte)
18 Seattle Washington 704,352 608,660 +15.72% 83.9 sq mi
217.4 km2
7,251 per sq mi
2,800 km−2
47°37′14″N 122°21′03″W / 47.6205°N 122.3509°W / 47.6205; -122.3509 (20 Seattle)
19 Denver[12] Colorado 693,060 600,158 +15.48% 153.0 sq mi
396.3 km2
3,923 per sq mi
1,515 km−2
39°45′42″N 104°52′50″W / 39.7618°N 104.8806°W / 39.7618; -104.8806 (Denver)
20 El Paso Texas 683,080 649,121 +5.23% 255.2 sq mi
661.1 km2
2,543 per sq mi
982 km−2
31°50′54″N 106°25′37″W / 31.8484°N 106.4270°W / 31.8484; -106.4270 (19 El Paso)
21 Washington[13] District of Columbia 681,170 601,723 +13.20% 61.0 sq mi
158.1 km2
9,856 per sq mi
3,806 km−2
38°54′15″N 77°01′02″W / 38.9041°N 77.0171°W / 38.9041; -77.0171 (Washington, D.C.)
22 Boston Massachusetts 673,184 617,594 +9.00% 48.3 sq mi
125.0 km2
12,793 per sq mi
4,939 km−2
42°19′55″N 71°01′13″W / 42.3320°N 71.0202°W / 42.3320; -71.0202 (Boston)
23 Detroit Michigan 672,795 713,777 −5.74% 138.8 sq mi
359.4 km2
5,144 per sq mi
1,986 km−2
42°22′59″N 83°06′08″W / 42.3830°N 83.1022°W / 42.3830; -83.1022 (18 Detroit)
24 Nashville[14] Tennessee 660,388 601,222 +9.84% 475.1 sq mi
1,230.8 km2
1,265 per sq mi
489 km−2
36°10′18″N 86°47′06″W / 36.1718°N 86.7850°W / 36.1718; -86.7850 (Nashville)
25 Memphis Tennessee 652,717 646,889 +0.90% 315.1 sq mi
816.0 km2
2,053 per sq mi
793 km−2
35°06′13″N 89°58′43″W / 35.1035°N 89.9785°W / 35.1035; -89.9785 (Memphis)
26 Portland Oregon 639,863 583,776 +9.61% 133.4 sq mi
345.6 km2
4,375 per sq mi
1,689 km−2
45°32′13″N 122°39′00″W / 45.5370°N 122.6500°W / 45.5370; -122.6500 (Portland)
27 Oklahoma City Oklahoma 638,367 579,999 +10.06% 606.4 sq mi
1,570.6 km2
956 per sq mi
369 km−2
35°28′02″N 97°30′49″W / 35.4671°N 97.5137°W / 35.4671; -97.5137 (Oklahoma City)
28 Las Vegas Nevada 632,912 583,756 +8.42% 135.8 sq mi
351.8 km2
4,298 per sq mi
1,660 km−2
36°13′40″N 115°15′50″W / 36.2277°N 115.2640°W / 36.2277; -115.2640 (Las Vegas)
29 Louisville[15] Kentucky 616,261 597,337 +3.17% 325.2 sq mi
842.4 km2
1,837 per sq mi
709 km−2
38°10′41″N 85°40′00″W / 38.1781°N 85.6667°W / 38.1781; -85.6667 (Louisville)
30 Baltimore[16] Maryland 614,664 620,961 −1.01% 80.9 sq mi
209.6 km2
7,672 per sq mi
2,962 km−2
39°18′01″N 76°36′38″W / 39.3002°N 76.6105°W / 39.3002; -76.6105 (Baltimore)
31 Milwaukee Wisconsin 595,047 594,833 +0.04% 96.1 sq mi
249.0 km2
6,188 per sq mi
2,389 km−2
43°03′48″N 87°58′00″W / 43.0633°N 87.9667°W / 43.0633; -87.9667 (Milwaukee)
32 Albuquerque New Mexico 559,277 545,852 +2.46% 187.7 sq mi
486.2 km2
2,908 per sq mi
1,123 km−2
35°06′20″N 106°38′51″W / 35.1056°N 106.6474°W / 35.1056; -106.6474 (Albuquerque)
33 Tucson Arizona 530,706 520,116 +2.04% 226.7 sq mi
587.2 km2
2,294 per sq mi
886 km−2
32°09′15″N 110°52′16″W / 32.1543°N 110.8711°W / 32.1543; -110.8711 (Tucson)
34 Fresno California 522,053 494,665 +5.54% 113.2 sq mi
293.2 km2
4,418 per sq mi
1,706 km−2
36°46′58″N 119°47′40″W / 36.7827°N 119.7945°W / 36.7827; -119.7945 (Fresno)
35 Sacramento California 495,234 466,488 +6.16% 97.9 sq mi
253.6 km2
4,764 per sq mi
1,839 km−2
38°34′00″N 121°28′07″W / 38.5666°N 121.4686°W / 38.5666; -121.4686 (Sacramento)
36 Mesa Arizona 484,587 439,041 +10.37% 136.5 sq mi
353.4 km2
3,218 per sq mi
1,242 km−2
33°24′07″N 111°43′03″W / 33.4019°N 111.7174°W / 33.4019; -111.7174 (Mesa)
37 Kansas City Missouri 481,420 459,787 +4.71% 315.0 sq mi
815.7 km2
1,460 per sq mi
564 km−2
39°07′31″N 94°33′04″W / 39.1252°N 94.5511°W / 39.1252; -94.5511 (Kansas City, MO)
38 Atlanta Georgia 472,522 420,003 +12.50% 133.2 sq mi
344.9 km2
3,154 per sq mi
1,218 km−2
33°45′46″N 84°25′22″W / 33.7629°N 84.4227°W / 33.7629; -84.4227 (Atlanta)
39 Long Beach California 470,130 462,257 +1.70% 50.3 sq mi
130.3 km2
9,191 per sq mi
3,549 km−2
33°48′33″N 118°09′19″W / 33.8091°N 118.1553°W / 33.8091; -118.1553 (Long Beach)
40 Colorado Springs Colorado 465,101 416,427 +11.69% 194.5 sq mi
503.9 km2
2,141 per sq mi
826 km−2
38°52′02″N 104°45′39″W / 38.8673°N 104.7607°W / 38.8673; -104.7607 (Colorado Springs)
41 Raleigh North Carolina 458,880 403,892 +13.61% 142.9 sq mi
370.1 km2
2,826 per sq mi
1,091 km−2
35°49′49″N 78°38′29″W / 35.8302°N 78.6414°W / 35.8302; -78.6414 (Raleigh)
42 Miami Florida 453,579 399,457 +13.55% 35.9 sq mi
92.9 km2
11,539 per sq mi
4,455 km−2
25°46′31″N 80°12′31″W / 25.7752°N 80.2086°W / 25.7752; -80.2086 (Miami)
43 Virginia Beach[16] Virginia 452,602 437,994 +3.34% 249.0 sq mi
644.9 km2
1,759 per sq mi
679 km−2
36°46′45″N 76°01′26″W / 36.7793°N 76.0240°W / 36.7793; -76.0240 (Virginia Beach)
44 Omaha Nebraska 446,970 408,958 +9.29% 127.1 sq mi
329.2 km2
3,218 per sq mi
1,242 km−2
41°15′53″N 96°02′31″W / 41.2647°N 96.0419°W / 41.2647; -96.0419 (Omaha)
45 Oakland California 420,005 390,724 +7.49% 55.9 sq mi
144.8 km2
7,004 per sq mi
2,704 km−2
37°46′12″N 122°13′32″W / 37.7699°N 122.2256°W / 37.7699; -122.2256 (Oakland)
46 Minneapolis Minnesota 413,651 382,578 +8.12% 54.0 sq mi
139.8 km2
7,088 per sq mi
2,737 km−2
44°57′48″N 93°16′06″W / 44.9633°N 93.2683°W / 44.9633; -93.2683 (Minneapolis)
47 Tulsa Oklahoma 403,090 391,906 +2.85% 196.8 sq mi
509.6 km2
1,992 per sq mi
769 km−2
36°07′40″N 95°54′08″W / 36.1279°N 95.9023°W / 36.1279; -95.9023 (Tulsa)
48 Arlington Texas 392,772 365,438 +7.48% 95.9 sq mi
248.3 km2
3,811 per sq mi
1,472 km−2
32°42′03″N 97°07′29″W / 32.7007°N 97.1247°W / 32.7007; -97.1247 (Arlington)
49 New Orleans[17] Louisiana 391,495 343,829 +13.86% 169.4 sq mi
438.8 km2
2,029 per sq mi
784 km−2
30°04′07″N 89°56′20″W / 30.0686°N 89.9390°W / 30.0686; -89.9390 (New Orleans)
50 Wichita Kansas 389,902 382,368 +1.97% 159.3 sq mi
412.6 km2
2,400 per sq mi
927 km−2
37°41′27″N 97°20′34″W / 37.6907°N 97.3427°W / 37.6907; -97.3427 (Wichita)
51 Cleveland Ohio 385,809 396,815 −2.77% 77.7 sq mi
201.2 km2
5,107 per sq mi
1,972 km−2
41°28′41″N 81°40′46″W / 41.4781°N 81.6795°W / 41.4781; -81.6795 (Cleveland)
52 Tampa Florida 377,165 335,709 +12.35% 113.4 sq mi
293.7 km2
3,077 per sq mi
1,182 km−2
27°58′12″N 82°28′47″W / 27.9701°N 82.4797°W / 27.9701; -82.4797 (Tampa)
53 Bakersfield California 376,380 347,483 +8.32% 142.2 sq mi
368.2 km2
2,444 per sq mi
944 km−2
35°19′16″N 119°01′06″W / 35.3212°N 119.0183°W / 35.3212; -119.0183 (Bakersfield)
54 Aurora Colorado 361,710 325,078 +11.27% 154.1 sq mi
369.1 km2
2,110 per sq mi
881 km−2
39°42′30″N 104°49′25″W / 39.7082°N 104.8235°W / 39.7082; -104.8235 (Aurora)
55 Honolulu[2] Hawaii 351,792 337,256 +4.31% 60.5 sq mi
156.7 km2
5,573 per sq mi
2,152 km−2
21°19′33″N 157°50′43″W / 21.3259°N 157.8453°W / 21.3259; -157.8453 (Honolulu)
56 Anaheim California 351,043 336,265 +4.39% 49.8 sq mi
129.1 km2
6,748 per sq mi
2,605 km−2
33°51′20″N 117°45′36″W / 33.8555°N 117.7601°W / 33.8555; -117.7601 (Anaheim)
57 Santa Ana California 334,217 324,528 +2.99% 27.3 sq mi
70.6 km2
11,901 per sq mi
4,595 km−2
33°44′11″N 117°52′57″W / 33.7365°N 117.8826°W / 33.7365; -117.8826 (Santa Ana)
58 Corpus Christi Texas 325,733 305,215 +6.72% 160.6 sq mi
416.0 km2
1,900 per sq mi
734 km−2
27°45′15″N 97°10′24″W / 27.7543°N 97.1734°W / 27.7543; -97.1734 (Corpus Christi)
59 Riverside California 324,722 303,871 +6.86% 81.1 sq mi
210.2 km2
3,745 per sq mi
1,446 km−2
33°56′17″N 117°23′36″W / 33.9381°N 117.3932°W / 33.9381; -117.3932 (Riverside)
60 Lexington[18] Kentucky 318,449 295,803 +7.66% 283.6 sq mi
734.6 km2
1,043 per sq mi
403 km−2
38°02′25″N 84°27′30″W / 38.0402°N 84.4584°W / 38.0402; -84.4584 (Lexington)
61 St. Louis[16] Missouri 311,404 319,294 −2.47% 61.9 sq mi
160.3 km2
5,157 per sq mi
1,991 km−2
38°38′09″N 90°14′41″W / 38.6357°N 90.2446°W / 38.6357; -90.2446 (St. Louis)
62 Stockton California 307,072 291,707 +5.27% 61.7 sq mi
159.7 km2
4,730 per sq mi
1,826 km−2
37°58′35″N 121°18′48″W / 37.9763°N 121.3133°W / 37.9763; -121.3133 (Stockton)
63 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 303,625 305,704 −0.68% 55.4 sq mi
143.4 km2
5,521 per sq mi
2,132 km−2
40°26′23″N 79°58′36″W / 40.4398°N 79.9766°W / 40.4398; -79.9766 (Pittsburgh)
64 Saint Paul Minnesota 302,398 285,068 +6.08% 52.0 sq mi
134.6 km2
5,484 per sq mi
2,118 km−2
44°56′56″N 93°06′14″W / 44.9489°N 93.1039°W / 44.9489; -93.1039 (Saint Paul)
65 Cincinnati Ohio 298,800 296,943 +0.63% 77.9 sq mi
201.9 km2
3,810 per sq mi
1,471 km−2
39°08′24″N 84°30′23″W / 39.1399°N 84.5064°W / 39.1399; -84.5064 (Cincinnati)
66 Anchorage[19] Alaska 298,192 291,826 +2.18% 1,704.7 sq mi
4,415.1 km2
171 per sq mi
66 km−2
61°13′03″N 149°53′43″W / 61.2176°N 149.8953°W / 61.2176; -149.8953 (Anchorage)
67 Henderson Nevada 292,969 257,729 +13.67% 107.7 sq mi
279.0 km2
2,392 per sq mi
924 km−2
36°00′44″N 115°02′15″W / 36.0122°N 115.0375°W / 36.0122; -115.0375 (Henderson)
68 Greensboro North Carolina 287,027 269,666 +6.44% 126.5 sq mi
327.7 km2
2,131 per sq mi
823 km−2
36°05′47″N 79°49′38″W / 36.0965°N 79.8271°W / 36.0965; -79.8271 (Greensboro)
69 Plano Texas 286,057 259,841 +10.09% 71.6 sq mi
185.4 km2
3,630 per sq mi
1,402 km−2
33°03′03″N 96°44′52″W / 33.0508°N 96.7479°W / 33.0508; -96.7479 (Plano)
70 Newark New Jersey 281,764 277,140 +1.67% 24.2 sq mi
62.6 km2
11,458 per sq mi
4,424 km−2
40°43′27″N 74°10′21″W / 40.7242°N 74.1726°W / 40.7242; -74.1726 (Newark)
71 Lincoln Nebraska 280,364 258,379 +8.51% 89.1 sq mi
230.8 km2
2,899 per sq mi
1,119 km−2
40°48′32″N 96°40′49″W / 40.8090°N 96.6804°W / 40.8090; -96.6804 (Lincoln)
72 Toledo Ohio 278,508 287,208 −3.03% 80.7 sq mi
209.0 km2
3,559 per sq mi
1,374 km−2
41°39′51″N 83°34′55″W / 41.6641°N 83.5819°W / 41.6641; -83.5819 (Toledo)
73 Orlando Florida 277,173 238,300 +16.31% 102.4 sq mi
265.2 km2
2,327 per sq mi
899 km−2
28°24′57″N 81°17′56″W / 28.4159°N 81.2988°W / 28.4159; -81.2988 (Orlando)
74 Chula Vista California 267,172 243,916 +9.53% 49.6 sq mi
128.5 km2
4,915 per sq mi
1,898 km−2
32°37′40″N 117°00′55″W / 32.6277°N 117.0152°W / 32.6277; -117.0152 (Chula Vista)
75 Irvine California 266,122 212,375 +25.31% 66.1 sq mi
171.2 km2
3,213 per sq mi
1,240 km−2
33°40′42″N 117°46′17″W / 33.6784°N 117.7713°W / 33.6784; -117.7713 (Irvine)
76 Fort Wayne Indiana 264,488 253,691 +4.26% 110.6 sq mi
286.5 km2
2,293 per sq mi
885 km−2
41°05′18″N 85°08′38″W / 41.0882°N 85.1439°W / 41.0882; -85.1439 (Fort Wayne)
77 Jersey City New Jersey 264,152 247,597 +6.69% 14.8 sq mi
38.3 km2
16,737 per sq mi
6,462 km−2
40°42′41″N 74°03′53″W / 40.7114°N 74.0648°W / 40.7114; -74.0648 (Jersey City)
78 Durham North Carolina 263,016 228,330 +15.19% 107.4 sq mi
278.1 km2
2,127 per sq mi
821 km−2
35°58′52″N 78°54′20″W / 35.9810°N 78.9056°W / 35.9810; -78.9056 (Durham)
79 St. Petersburg Florida 260,999 244,769 +6.63% 61.7 sq mi
159.9 km2
3,964 per sq mi
1,531 km−2
27°45′43″N 82°38′39″W / 27.7620°N 82.6441°W / 27.7620; -82.6441 (St. Petersburg)
80 Laredo Texas 257,156 236,091 +8.92% 88.9 sq mi
230.3 km2
2,655 per sq mi
1,025 km−2
27°32′52″N 99°29′13″W / 27.5477°N 99.4869°W / 27.5477; -99.4869 (Laredo)
81 Buffalo New York 256,902 261,310 −1.69% 40.4 sq mi
104.6 km2
6,471 per sq mi
2,498 km−2
42°53′33″N 78°51′35″W / 42.8925°N 78.8597°W / 42.8925; -78.8597 (Buffalo)
82 Madison Wisconsin 252,551 233,209 +8.29% 76.8 sq mi
198.9 km2
3,037 per sq mi
1,173 km−2
43°05′16″N 89°25′48″W / 43.0878°N 89.4301°W / 43.0878; -89.4301 (Madison)
83 Lubbock Texas 252,506 229,573 +9.99% 122.4 sq mi
317.0 km2
1,875 per sq mi
724 km−2
33°33′59″N 101°53′12″W / 33.5665°N 101.8867°W / 33.5665; -101.8867 (Lubbock)
84 Chandler Arizona 247,477 236,123 +4.81% 64.4 sq mi
166.8 km2
3,666 per sq mi
1,415 km−2
33°16′58″N 111°51′18″W / 33.2829°N 111.8549°W / 33.2829; -111.8549 (Chandler)
85 Scottsdale Arizona 246,645 217,385 +13.46% 183.9 sq mi
476.4 km2
1,182 per sq mi
456 km−2
33°40′07″N 111°49′25″W / 33.6687°N 111.8237°W / 33.6687; -111.8237 (Scottsdale)
86 Glendale Arizona 245,895 226,721 +8.46% 60.0 sq mi
155.3 km2
3,780 per sq mi
1,460 km−2
33°31′59″N 112°11′24″W / 33.5331°N 112.1899°W / 33.5331; -112.1899 (Glendale)
87 Reno Nevada 245,255 225,221 +8.90% 103.0 sq mi
266.8 km2
2,186 per sq mi
844 km−2
39°28′28″N 119°46′35″W / 39.4745°N 119.7765°W / 39.4745; -119.7765 (Reno)
88 Norfolk[16] Virginia 245,115 242,803 +0.95% 54.1 sq mi
140.2 km2
4,486 per sq mi
1,732 km−2
36°55′23″N 76°14′41″W / 36.9230°N 76.2446°W / 36.9230; -76.2446 (Norfolk)
89 Winston–Salem North Carolina 242,203 229,617 +5.48% 132.4 sq mi
343.0 km2
1,734 per sq mi
669 km−2
36°06′12″N 80°15′38″W / 36.1033°N 80.2606°W / 36.1033; -80.2606 (Winston-Salem)
90 North Las Vegas Nevada 238,702 216,961 +10.02% 101.3 sq mi
262.5 km2
2,141 per sq mi
827 km−2
36°16′59″N 115°05′21″W / 36.2830°N 115.0893°W / 36.2830; -115.0893 (North Las Vegas)
91 Irving Texas 238,289 216,290 +10.17% 67.0 sq mi
173.6 km2
3,227 per sq mi
1,246 km−2
32°51′28″N 96°58′12″W / 32.8577°N 96.9700°W / 32.8577; -96.9700 (Irving)
92 Chesapeake[16] Virginia 237,940 222,209 +7.08% 340.8 sq mi
882.7 km2
652 per sq mi
252 km−2
36°40′46″N 76°18′06″W / 36.6794°N 76.3018°W / 36.6794; -76.3018 (Chesapeake)
93 Gilbert[20] Arizona 237,133 208,453 +13.76% 68.0 sq mi
176.0 km2
3,067 per sq mi
1,184 km−2
33°18′37″N 111°44′32″W / 33.3102°N 111.7422°W / 33.3102; -111.7422 (Gilbert)
94 Hialeah Florida 236,387 224,669 +5.22% 21.5 sq mi
55.6 km2
10,474 per sq mi
4,044 km−2
25°52′12″N 80°18′10″W / 25.8699°N 80.3029°W / 25.8699; -80.3029 (Hialeah)
95 Garland Texas 234,943 226,876 +3.56% 57.1 sq mi
147.8 km2
3,974 per sq mi
1,535 km−2
32°54′35″N 96°37′49″W / 32.9098°N 96.6304°W / 32.9098; -96.6304 (Garland)
96 Fremont California 233,136 214,089 +8.90% 77.5 sq mi
200.6 km2
2,764 per sq mi
1,067 km−2
37°29′40″N 121°56′28″W / 37.4944°N 121.9411°W / 37.4944; -121.9411 (Fremont)
97 Baton Rouge[21] Louisiana 227,715 229,493 −0.77% 76.9 sq mi
199.3 km2
2,982 per sq mi
1,152 km−2
30°26′55″N 91°07′33″W / 30.4485°N 91.1259°W / 30.4485; -91.1259 (Baton Rouge)
98 Richmond[16] Virginia 223,170 204,214 +9.28% 59.8 sq mi
154.9 km2
3,415 per sq mi
1,318 km−2
37°31′53″N 77°28′34″W / 37.5314°N 77.4760°W / 37.5314; -77.4760 (Richmond)
99 Boise[22] Idaho 223,154 205,671 +8.50% 79.4 sq mi
205.56 km2
2,592 per sq mi
1,001 km−2
43°35′55″N 116°13′52″W / 43.5985°N 116.2311°W / 43.5985; -116.2311 (Boise)
100 San Bernardino California 216,239 209,924 +3.01% 59.2 sq mi
153.3 km2
3,546 per sq mi
1,369 km−2
34°08′21″N 117°17′43″W / 34.1393°N 117.2953°W / 34.1393; -117.2953 (San Bernardino)
101 Spokane Washington 215,973 208,916 +3.38% 59.2 sq mi
153.4 km2
3,526 per sq mi
1,361 km−2
47°40′25″N 117°25′00″W / 47.6736°N 117.4166°W / 47.6736; -117.4166 (Spokane)
102 Des Moines Iowa 215,472 203,433 +5.92% 80.9 sq mi
209.5 km2
2,516 per sq mi
971 km−2
41°34′26″N 93°37′00″W / 41.5739°N 93.6167°W / 41.5739; -93.6167 (Des Moines)
103 Modesto California 212,175 201,165 +5.47% 36.9 sq mi
95.5 km2
5,456 per sq mi
2,107 km−2
37°39′39″N 120°59′21″W / 37.6609°N 120.9891°W / 37.6609; -120.9891 (Modesto)
104 Birmingham Alabama 212,157 212,237 −0.04% 146.1 sq mi
378.3 km2
1,453 per sq mi
561 km−2
33°31′39″N 86°47′56″W / 33.5274°N 86.7990°W / 33.5274; -86.7990 (Birmingham)
105 Tacoma Washington 211,277 198,397 +6.49% 49.7 sq mi
128.8 km2
3,990 per sq mi
1,541 km−2
47°15′08″N 122°27′35″W / 47.2522°N 122.4598°W / 47.2522; -122.4598 (Tacoma)
106 Fontana California 209,665 196,069 +6.93% 42.4 sq mi
109.9 km2
4,621 per sq mi
1,784 km−2
34°06′32″N 117°27′46″W / 34.1088°N 117.4627°W / 34.1088; -117.4627 (Fontana)
107 Rochester New York 208,880 210,565 −0.80% 35.8 sq mi
92.7 km2
5,885 per sq mi
2,272 km−2
43°10′12″N 77°37′01″W / 43.1699°N 77.6169°W / 43.1699; -77.6169 (Rochester)
108 Oxnard California 207,906 197,899 +5.06% 26.9 sq mi
69.7 km2
7,358 per sq mi
2,841 km−2
34°12′08″N 119°12′17″W / 34.2023°N 119.2046°W / 34.2023; -119.2046 (Oxnard)
109 Moreno Valley California 205,499 193,365 +6.28% 51.3 sq mi
132.8 km2
3,771 per sq mi
1,456 km−2
33°55′24″N 117°12′21″W / 33.9233°N 117.2057°W / 33.9233; -117.2057 (Moreno Valley)
110 Fayetteville North Carolina 204,759 200,564 +2.09% 145.8 sq mi
377.7 km2
1,375 per sq mi
531 km−2
35°05′06″N 78°58′49″W / 35.0851°N 78.9803°W / 35.0851; -78.9803 (Fayetteville)
111 Aurora Illinois 201,110 197,899 +1.62% 44.9 sq mi
116.4 km2
4,404 per sq mi
1,700 km−2
41°45′49″N 88°17′24″W / 41.7635°N 88.2901°W / 41.7635; -88.2901 (Aurora)
112 Glendale California 200,831 191,719 +4.75% 30.5 sq mi
78.9 km2
6,295 per sq mi
2,431 km−2
34°10′53″N 118°14′45″W / 34.1814°N 118.2458°W / 34.1814; -118.2458 (Glendale)
113 Yonkers New York 200,807 195,976 +2.47% 18.0 sq mi
46.7 km2
10,880 per sq mi
4,201 km−2
40°56′45″N 73°52′03″W / 40.9459°N 73.8674°W / 40.9459; -73.8674 (Yonkers)
114 Huntington Beach California 200,652 189,992 +5.61% 26.7 sq mi
69.3 km2
7,103 per sq mi
2,742 km−2
33°41′26″N 118°00′33″W / 33.6906°N 118.0093°W / 33.6906; -118.0093 (Huntington Beach)
115 Montgomery Alabama 200,022 205,764 −2.79% 159.6 sq mi
413.3 km2
1,290 per sq mi
498 km−2
32°20′47″N 86°16′07″W / 32.3463°N 86.2686°W / 32.3463; -86.2686 (Montgomery)
116 Amarillo Texas 199,582 190,695 +4.66% 99.5 sq mi
257.6 km2
1,917 per sq mi
740 km−2
35°11′52″N 101°49′43″W / 35.1978°N 101.8287°W / 35.1978; -101.8287 (Amarillo)
117 Little Rock Arkansas 198,541 193,524 +2.59% 119.2 sq mi
308.7 km2
1,624 per sq mi
627 km−2
34°43′31″N 92°21′31″W / 34.7254°N 92.3586°W / 34.7254; -92.3586 (Little Rock)
118 Akron Ohio 197,633 199,110 −0.74% 62.0 sq mi
160.7 km2
3,210 per sq mi
1,239 km−2
41°04′50″N 81°31′17″W / 41.0805°N 81.5214°W / 41.0805; -81.5214 (Akron)
119 Columbus[23] Georgia 197,485 189,885 +4.00% 216.4 sq mi
560.4 km2
878 per sq mi
339 km−2
32°30′37″N 84°52′30″W / 32.5102°N 84.8749°W / 32.5102; -84.8749 (Columbus)
120 Augusta[24] Georgia 197,081 195,844 +0.63% 302.5 sq mi
783.4 km2
647 per sq mi
250 km−2
33°21′56″N 82°04′24″W / 33.3655°N 82.0734°W / 33.3655; -82.0734 (Augusta)
121 Grand Rapids Michigan 196,445 188,040 +4.47% 44.4 sq mi
115.0 km2
4,236 per sq mi
1,635 km−2
42°57′40″N 85°39′20″W / 42.9612°N 85.6556°W / 42.9612; -85.6556 (Grand Rapids)
122 Shreveport Louisiana 194,920 199,311 −2.20% 105.4 sq mi
272.9 km2
1,891 per sq mi
730 km−2
32°28′01″N 93°47′34″W / 32.4670°N 93.7927°W / 32.4670; -93.7927 (Shreveport)
123 Salt Lake City Utah 193,744 186,440 +3.92% 111.1 sq mi
287.8 km2
1,678 per sq mi
648 km−2
40°46′43″N 111°55′53″W / 40.7785°N 111.9314°W / 40.7785; -111.9314 (Salt Lake City)
124 Huntsville Alabama 193,079 180,105 +7.20% 209.1 sq mi
541.4 km2
862 per sq mi
333 km−2
34°47′03″N 86°32′20″W / 34.7843°N 86.5390°W / 34.7843; -86.5390 (Huntsville)
125 Mobile Alabama 192,904 195,111 −1.13% 139.1 sq mi
360.3 km2
1,403 per sq mi
542 km−2
30°40′06″N 88°06′01″W / 30.6684°N 88.1002°W / 30.6684; -88.1002 (Mobile)
126 Tallahassee Florida 190,894 181,376 +5.25% 100.2 sq mi
259.6 km2
1,809 per sq mi
699 km−2
30°27′18″N 84°15′12″W / 30.4551°N 84.2534°W / 30.4551; -84.2534 (Tallahassee)
127 Grand Prairie Texas 190,682 175,396 +8.72% 72.1 sq mi
186.8 km2
2,433 per sq mi
939 km−2
32°41′03″N 97°01′16″W / 32.6842°N 97.0210°W / 32.6842; -97.0210 (Grand Prairie)
128 Overland Park Kansas 188,966 173,372 +8.99% 74.8 sq mi
193.8 km2
2,317 per sq mi
894 km−2
38°53′20″N 94°41′26″W / 38.8890°N 94.6906°W / 38.8890; -94.6906 (Overland Park)
129 Knoxville Tennessee 186,239 178,874 +4.12% 98.5 sq mi
255.2 km2
1,816 per sq mi
701 km−2
35°58′15″N 83°56′47″W / 35.9709°N 83.9465°W / 35.9709; -83.9465 (Knoxville)
130 Port St. Lucie Florida 185,132 164,603 +12.47% 114.0 sq mi
295.1 km2
1,444 per sq mi
558 km−2
27°16′52″N 80°23′02″W / 27.2810°N 80.3838°W / 27.2810; -80.3838 (Port St. Lucie)
131 Worcester Massachusetts 184,508 181,045 +1.91% 37.4 sq mi
96.8 km2
4,845 per sq mi
1,870 km−2
42°16′10″N 71°48′28″W / 42.2695°N 71.8078°W / 42.2695; -71.8078 (Worcester)
132 Brownsville Texas 183,823 175,023 +5.03% 132.3 sq mi
342.7 km2
1,323 per sq mi
511 km−2
26°01′06″N 97°27′14″W / 26.0183°N 97.4538°W / 26.0183; -97.4538 (Brownsville)
133 Tempe Arizona 182,498 161,719 +12.85% 39.9 sq mi
103.4 km2
4,050 per sq mi
1,564 km−2
33°23′18″N 111°55′54″W / 33.3884°N 111.9318°W / 33.3884; -111.9318 (Tempe)
134 Santa Clarita California 181,972 176,320 +3.21% 52.7 sq mi
136.5 km2
3,345 per sq mi
1,291 km−2
34°24′18″N 118°30′17″W / 34.4049°N 118.5047°W / 34.4049; -118.5047 (Santa Clarita)
135 Newport News[16] Virginia 181,825 180,719 +0.61% 68.7 sq mi
178.0 km2
2,630 per sq mi
1,015 km−2
37°04′34″N 76°31′18″W / 37.0760°N 76.5217°W / 37.0760; -76.5217 (Newport News)
136 Cape Coral Florida 179,804 154,305 +16.53% 105.7 sq mi
273.7 km2
1,460 per sq mi
564 km−2
26°38′35″N 81°59′50″W / 26.6431°N 81.9973°W / 26.6431; -81.9973 (Cape Coral)
137 Providence Rhode Island 179,219 178,042 +0.66% 18.4 sq mi
47.7 km2
9,676 per sq mi
3,736 km−2
41°49′23″N 71°25′08″W / 41.8231°N 71.4188°W / 41.8231; -71.4188 (Providence)
138 Fort Lauderdale Florida 178,752 165,521 +7.99% 34.8 sq mi
90.0 km2
4,761 per sq mi
1,838 km−2
26°08′29″N 80°08′38″W / 26.1413°N 80.1439°W / 26.1413; -80.1439 (Fort Lauderdale)
139 Chattanooga Tennessee 177,571 167,674 +5.90% 137.2 sq mi
355.2 km2
1,223 per sq mi
472 km−2
35°03′59″N 85°14′50″W / 35.0665°N 85.2471°W / 35.0665; -85.2471 (Chattanooga)
140 Rancho Cucamonga California 176,534 165,269 +6.82% 39.9 sq mi
103.2 km2
4,147 per sq mi
1,601 km−2
34°07′24″N 117°33′51″W / 34.1233°N 117.5642°W / 34.1233; -117.5642 (Rancho Cucamonga)
141 Oceanside California 175,464 167,086 +5.01% 41.2 sq mi
106.8 km2
4,052 per sq mi
1,565 km−2
33°13′29″N 117°18′22″W / 33.2246°N 117.3062°W / 33.2246; -117.3062 (Oceanside)
142 Santa Rosa California 175,155 167,815 +4.37% 41.3 sq mi
107.0 km2
4,064 per sq mi
1,569 km−2
38°26′48″N 122°42′22″W / 38.4468°N 122.7061°W / 38.4468; -122.7061 (Santa Rosa)
143 Garden Grove California 174,858 170,883 +2.33% 17.9 sq mi
46.5 km2
9,525 per sq mi
3,677 km−2
33°46′44″N 117°57′38″W / 33.7788°N 117.9605°W / 33.7788; -117.9605 (Garden Grove)
144 Vancouver Washington 174,826 161,791 +8.06% 46.5 sq mi
120.3 km2
3,483 per sq mi
1,345 km−2
45°38′14″N 122°35′47″W / 45.6372°N 122.5965°W / 45.6372; -122.5965 (Vancouver)
145 Sioux Falls South Dakota 174,360 153,888 +13.30% 73.0 sq mi
189.0 km2
2,109 per sq mi
814 km−2
43°32′18″N 96°43′55″W / 43.5383°N 96.7320°W / 43.5383; -96.7320 (Sioux Falls)
146 Ontario California 173,212 163,924 +5.67% 49.9 sq mi
129.3 km2
3,282 per sq mi
1,267 km−2
34°02′22″N 117°36′32″W / 34.0395°N 117.6088°W / 34.0395; -117.6088 (Ontario)
147 McKinney Texas 172,298 131,117 +31.41% 62.2 sq mi
161.1 km2
2,108 per sq mi
814 km−2
33°12′04″N 96°40′05″W / 33.2012°N 96.6680°W / 33.2012; -96.6680 (McKinney)
148 Elk Grove California 169,743 153,015 +10.93% 42.2 sq mi
109.3 km2
3,627 per sq mi
1,400 km−2
38°24′52″N 121°23′06″W / 38.4144°N 121.3849°W / 38.4144; -121.3849 (Elk Grove)
149 Jackson Mississippi 169,148 173,514 −2.52% 111.0 sq mi
287.6 km2
1,563 per sq mi
603 km−2
32°18′57″N 90°12′46″W / 32.3158°N 90.2128°W / 32.3158; -90.2128 (Jackson)
150 Pembroke Pines Florida 168,587 154,019 +9.46% 33.1 sq mi
85.8 km2
4,672 per sq mi
1,804 km−2
26°01′16″N 80°20′25″W / 26.0212°N 80.3404°W / 26.0212; -80.3404 (Pembroke Pines)
151 Salem Oregon 167,419 154,637 +8.27% 47.9 sq mi
124.0 km2
3,229 per sq mi
1,247 km−2
44°55′25″N 123°01′23″W / 44.9237°N 123.0231°W / 44.9237; -123.0231 (Salem)
152 Springfield Missouri 167,319 159,498 +4.90% 81.7 sq mi
211.7 km2
1,952 per sq mi
754 km−2
37°11′39″N 93°17′29″W / 37.1942°N 93.2913°W / 37.1942; -93.2913 (Springfield)
153 Corona California 166,785 152,374 +9.46% 38.8 sq mi
100.6 km2
3,925 per sq mi
1,515 km−2
33°51′45″N 117°33′50″W / 33.8624°N 117.5639°W / 33.8624; -117.5639 (Corona)
154 Eugene Oregon 166,575 156,185 +6.65% 43.7 sq mi
113.2 km2
3,572 per sq mi
1,379 km−2
44°03′24″N 123°06′58″W / 44.0567°N 123.1162°W / 44.0567; -123.1162 (Eugene)
155 Fort Collins Colorado 164,207 143,986 +14.04% 54.3 sq mi
140.6 km2
2,653 per sq mi
1,024 km−2
40°32′54″N 105°03′53″W / 40.5482°N 105.0648°W / 40.5482; -105.0648 (Fort Collins)
156 Peoria Arizona 164,173 154,065 +6.56% 174.4 sq mi
451.7 km2
883 per sq mi
341 km−2
33°47′16″N 112°18′40″W / 33.7877°N 112.3111°W / 33.7877; -112.3111 (Peoria)
157 Frisco Texas 163,656 116,989 +39.89% 61.8 sq mi
160.1 km2
1,893 per sq mi
731 km−2
33°09′04″N 96°49′09″W / 33.1510°N 96.8193°W / 33.1510; -96.8193 (Frisco)
158 Cary[25] North Carolina 162,320 135,234 +20.03% 54.3 sq mi
140.8 km2
2,488 per sq mi
961 km−2
35°46′56″N 78°48′51″W / 35.7821°N 78.8141°W / 35.7821; -78.8141 (Cary)
159 Lancaster California 160,106 156,633 +2.22% 94.3 sq mi
244.2 km2
1,661 per sq mi
641 km−2
34°41′37″N 118°10′31″W / 34.6936°N 118.1753°W / 34.6936; -118.1753 (Lancaster)
160 Hayward California 158,937 144,186 +10.23% 45.3 sq mi
117.4 km2
3,181 per sq mi
1,228 km−2
37°37′41″N 122°06′23″W / 37.6281°N 122.1063°W / 37.6281; -122.1063 (Hayward)
161 Palmdale California 157,356 152,750 +3.02% 106.0 sq mi
274.4 km2
1,442 per sq mi
557 km−2
34°35′29″N 118°06′32″W / 34.5913°N 118.1090°W / 34.5913; -118.1090 (Palmdale)
162 Salinas California 157,218 150,441 +4.50% 23.2 sq mi
60.0 km2
6,490 per sq mi
2,506 km−2
36°41′25″N 121°38′01″W / 36.6902°N 121.6337°W / 36.6902; -121.6337 (Salinas)
163 Alexandria[16] Virginia 155,810 139,966 +11.32% 15.0 sq mi
38.9 km2
9,314 per sq mi
3,596 km−2
38°49′06″N 77°04′55″W / 38.8183°N 77.0820°W / 38.8183; -77.0820 (Alexandria)
164 Lakewood Colorado 154,393 142,980 +7.98% 42.9 sq mi
111.1 km2
3,334 per sq mi
1,287 km−2
39°41′56″N 105°07′03″W / 39.6989°N 105.1176°W / 39.6989; -105.1176 (Lakewood)
165 Springfield Massachusetts 154,074 153,060 +0.66% 31.9 sq mi
82.5 km2
4,803 per sq mi
1,855 km−2
42°06′56″N 72°32′24″W / 42.1155°N 72.5400°W / 42.1155; -72.5400 (Springfield)
166 Pasadena Texas 153,351 149,043 +2.89% 42.8 sq mi
110.8 km2
3,485 per sq mi
1,346 km−2
29°39′30″N 95°09′02″W / 29.6583°N 95.1505°W / 29.6583; -95.1505 (Pasadena)
167 Sunnyvale California 152,771 140,081 +9.06% 22.0 sq mi
56.9 km2
6,371 per sq mi
2,460 km−2
37°23′09″N 122°01′35″W / 37.3858°N 122.0263°W / 37.3858; -122.0263 (Sunnyvale)
168 Macon[26] Georgia 152,555 91,351 +67.00% 255.1 sq mi
661 km2
614 per sq mi
237 km−2
32°30′18″N 83°23′46″W / 32.505°N 83.396°W / 32.505; -83.396 (Macon)
169 Pomona California 152,494 149,058 +2.31% 23.0 sq mi
59.4 km2
6,494 per sq mi
2,508 km−2
34°03′31″N 117°45′41″W / 34.0586°N 117.7613°W / 34.0586; -117.7613 (Pomona)
170 Hollywood Florida 151,998 140,768 +7.98% 27.4 sq mi
70.9 km2
5,144 per sq mi
1,986 km−2
26°01′52″N 80°09′53″W / 26.0311°N 80.1646°W / 26.0311; -80.1646 (Hollywood)
171 Kansas City[27] Kansas 151,709 145,786 +4.06% 124.8 sq mi
323.3 km2
1,168 per sq mi
451 km−2
39°07′21″N 94°44′30″W / 39.1225°N 94.7418°W / 39.1225; -94.7418 (Kansas City)
172 Escondido California 151,613 143,911 +5.35% 36.8 sq mi
95.3 km2
3,909 per sq mi
1,509 km−2
33°08′01″N 117°04′24″W / 33.1336°N 117.0732°W / 33.1336; -117.0732 (Escondido)
173 Clarksville Tennessee 150,287 132,929 +13.06% 97.6 sq mi
252.8 km2
1,362 per sq mi
526 km−2
36°33′59″N 87°20′43″W / 36.5664°N 87.3452°W / 36.5664; -87.3452 (Clarksville)
174 Joliet Illinois 148,262 147,433 +0.56% 62.1 sq mi
160.9 km2
2,374 per sq mi
916 km−2
41°31′05″N 88°09′30″W / 41.5181°N 88.1584°W / 41.5181; -88.1584 (Joliet)
175 Rockford Illinois 147,651 152,871 −3.41% 61.1 sq mi
158.2 km2
2,503 per sq mi
966 km−2
42°15′48″N 89°03′46″W / 42.2634°N 89.0628°W / 42.2634; -89.0628 (Rockford)
176 Torrance California 147,195 145,438 +1.21% 20.5 sq mi
53.0 km2
7,102 per sq mi
2,742 km−2
33°50′06″N 118°20′29″W / 33.8350°N 118.3414°W / 33.8350; -118.3414 (Torrance)
177 Naperville Illinois 147,122 141,853 +3.71% 38.8 sq mi
100.4 km2
3,659 per sq mi
1,413 km−2
41°44′57″N 88°09′43″W / 41.7492°N 88.1620°W / 41.7492; -88.1620 (Naperville)
178 Paterson New Jersey 147,000 146,199 +0.55% 8.4 sq mi
21.8 km2
17,346 per sq mi
6,697 km−2
40°54′53″N 74°09′46″W / 40.9147°N 74.1628°W / 40.9147; -74.1628 (Paterson)
179 Savannah Georgia 146,763 136,286 +7.69% 103.2 sq mi
267.2 km2
1,321 per sq mi
510 km−2
32°00′09″N 81°09′13″W / 32.0025°N 81.1536°W / 32.0025; -81.1536 (Savannah)
180 Bridgeport Connecticut 145,936 144,229 +1.18% 16.0 sq mi
41.4 km2
9,029 per sq mi
3,486 km−2
41°11′15″N 73°11′45″W / 41.1874°N 73.1957°W / 41.1874; -73.1957 (Bridgeport)
181 Mesquite Texas 143,736 139,824 +2.80% 46.0 sq mi
119.2 km2
3,038 per sq mi
1,173 km−2
32°45′50″N 96°35′33″W / 32.7639°N 96.5924°W / 32.7639; -96.5924 (Mesquite)
182 Killeen Texas 143,400 127,921 +12.10% 53.6 sq mi
138.8 km2
2,387 per sq mi
922 km−2
31°04′40″N 97°43′55″W / 31.0777°N 97.7320°W / 31.0777; -97.7320 (Killeen)
183 Syracuse New York 143,378 145,170 −1.23% 25.0 sq mi
64.9 km2
5,797 per sq mi
2,238 km−2
43°02′28″N 76°08′37″W / 43.0410°N 76.1436°W / 43.0410; -76.1436 (Syracuse)
184 McAllen Texas 142,212 129,877 +9.50% 48.3 sq mi
125.2 km2
2,687 per sq mi
1,037 km−2
26°13′07″N 98°14′46″W / 26.2185°N 98.2461°W / 26.2185; -98.2461 (McAllen)
185 Pasadena California 142,059 137,122 +3.60% 23.0 sq mi
59.5 km2
5,970 per sq mi
2,305 km−2
34°09′38″N 118°08′23″W / 34.1606°N 118.1396°W / 34.1606; -118.1396 (Pasadena)
186 Bellevue Washington 141,400 122,363 +15.56% 32.0 sq mi
82.8 km2
3,828 per sq mi
1,478 km−2
47°35′52″N 122°09′23″W / 47.5978°N 122.1565°W / 47.5978; -122.1565 (Bellevue)
187 Fullerton California 140,721 135,161 +4.11% 22.4 sq mi
57.9 km2
6,047 per sq mi
2,335 km−2
33°53′09″N 117°55′41″W / 33.8857°N 117.9280°W / 33.8857; -117.9280 (Fullerton)
188 Orange California 140,504 136,416 +3.00% 24.8 sq mi
64.2 km2
5,501 per sq mi
2,124 km−2
33°48′17″N 117°49′30″W / 33.8048°N 117.8249°W / 33.8048; -117.8249 (Orange)
189 Dayton Ohio 140,489 141,527 −0.73% 55.7 sq mi
144.1 km2
2,543 per sq mi
982 km−2
39°46′39″N 84°11′59″W / 39.7774°N 84.1996°W / 39.7774; -84.1996 (Dayton)
190 Miramar Florida 138,449 122,041 +13.44% 29.5 sq mi
76.5 km2
4,134 per sq mi
1,596 km−2
25°58′37″N 80°20′09″W / 25.9770°N 80.3358°W / 25.9770; -80.3358 (Miramar)
191 Thornton Colorado 136,703 118,772 +15.10% 34.8 sq mi
90.2 km2
3,409 per sq mi
1,316 km−2
39°55′05″N 104°56′43″W / 39.9180°N 104.9454°W / 39.9180; -104.9454 (Thornton)
192 West Valley City Utah 136,574 129,480 +5.48% 35.6 sq mi
92.1 km2
3,642 per sq mi
1,406 km−2
40°41′19″N 112°00′42″W / 40.6885°N 112.0118°W / 40.6885; -112.0118 (West Valley City)
193 Olathe Kansas 135,473 125,872 +7.63% 59.7 sq mi
154.5 km2
2,110 per sq mi
815 km−2
38°53′03″N 94°49′08″W / 38.8843°N 94.8188°W / 38.8843; -94.8188 (Olathe)
194 Hampton[16] Virginia 135,410 137,436 −1.47% 51.4 sq mi
133.2 km2
2,673 per sq mi
1,032 km−2
37°02′53″N 76°17′50″W / 37.0480°N 76.2971°W / 37.0480; -76.2971 (Hampton)
195 Warren Michigan 135,125 134,056 +0.80% 34.4 sq mi
89.0 km2
3,899 per sq mi
1,505 km−2
42°29′34″N 83°01′30″W / 42.4929°N 83.0250°W / 42.4929; -83.0250 (Warren)
196 Midland Texas 134,610 111,147 +21.11% 72.1 sq mi
186.7 km2
1,542 per sq mi
595 km−2
32°01′48″N 102°06′35″W / 32.0299°N 102.1097°W / 32.0299; -102.1097 (Midland)
197 Waco Texas 134,432 124,805 +7.71% 89.0 sq mi
230.4 km2
1,403 per sq mi
542 km−2
31°33′36″N 97°11′10″W / 31.5601°N 97.1860°W / 31.5601; -97.1860 (Waco)
198 Charleston South Carolina 134,385 120,083 +11.91% 109.0 sq mi
282.3 km2
1,102 per sq mi
425 km−2
32°49′04″N 79°57′32″W / 32.8179°N 79.9589°W / 32.8179; -79.9589 (Charleston)
199 Columbia South Carolina 134,309 129,272 +3.90% 132.2 sq mi
342.4 km2
978 per sq mi
378 km−2
34°01′47″N 80°53′48″W / 34.0298°N 80.8966°W / 34.0298; -80.8966 (Columbia)
200 Denton Texas 133,808 113,383 +18.01% 88.0 sq mi
227.8 km2
1,289 per sq mi
498 km−2
33°12′54″N 97°08′30″W / 33.2151°N 97.1417°W / 33.2151; -97.1417 (Denton)
201 Carrollton Texas 133,351 119,097 +11.97% 36.3 sq mi
94.0 km2
3,281 per sq mi
1,267 km−2
32°59′18″N 96°53′59″W / 32.9884°N 96.8998°W / 32.9884; -96.8998 (Carrollton)
202 Surprise Arizona 132,677 117,517 +12.90% 105.7 sq mi
273.9 km2
1,111 per sq mi
429 km−2
33°40′14″N 112°27′10″W / 33.6706°N 112.4527°W / 33.6706; -112.4527 (Surprise)
203 Roseville California 132,671 118,788 +11.69% 36.2 sq mi
93.8 km2
3,279 per sq mi
1,266 km−2
38°45′57″N 121°18′12″W / 38.7657°N 121.3032°W / 38.7657; -121.3032 (Roseville)
204 Sterling Heights Michigan 132,427 129,699 +2.10% 36.5 sq mi
94.5 km2
3,553 per sq mi
1,372 km−2
42°34′52″N 83°01′49″W / 42.5812°N 83.0303°W / 42.5812; -83.0303 (Sterling Heights)
205 Murfreesboro Tennessee 131,947 108,755 +21.32% 55.3 sq mi
143.3 km2
1,965 per sq mi
759 km−2
35°51′08″N 86°24′58″W / 35.8522°N 86.4161°W / 35.8522; -86.4161 (Murfreesboro)
206 Gainesville Florida 131,591 124,354 +5.82% 61.3 sq mi
158.8 km2
2,028 per sq mi
783 km−2
29°40′44″N 82°20′45″W / 29.6788°N 82.3459°W / 29.6788; -82.3459 (Gainesville)
207 Cedar Rapids Iowa 131,127 126,326 +3.80% 70.8 sq mi
183.4 km2
1,784 per sq mi
689 km−2
41°58′01″N 91°40′40″W / 41.9670°N 91.6778°W / 41.9670; -91.6778 (Cedar Rapids)
208 Visalia California 131,074 124,442 +5.33% 36.2 sq mi
93.9 km2
3,433 per sq mi
1,326 km−2
36°19′38″N 119°19′24″W / 36.3272°N 119.3234°W / 36.3272; -119.3234 (Visalia)
209 Coral Springs Florida 130,059 121,096 +7.40% 23.8 sq mi
61.6 km2
5,090 per sq mi
1,965 km−2
26°16′15″N 80°15′33″W / 26.2708°N 80.2593°W / 26.2708; -80.2593 (Coral Springs)
210 New Haven Connecticut 129,934 129,779 +0.12% 18.7 sq mi
48.4 km2
6,948 per sq mi
2,683 km−2
41°18′39″N 72°55′30″W / 41.3108°N 72.9250°W / 41.3108; -72.9250 (New Haven)
211 Stamford Connecticut 129,113 122,643 +5.28% 37.6 sq mi
97.5 km2
3,258 per sq mi
1,258 km−2
41°04′48″N 73°32′46″W / 41.0799°N 73.5460°W / 41.0799; -73.5460 (Stamford)
212 Thousand Oaks California 128,888 126,683 +1.74% 55.0 sq mi
142.5 km2
2,302 per sq mi
889 km−2
34°11′36″N 118°52′27″W / 34.1933°N 118.8742°W / 34.1933; -118.8742 (Thousand Oaks)
213 Concord California 128,726 122,067 +5.46% 30.5 sq mi
79.1 km2
3,996 per sq mi
1,543 km−2
37°58′20″N 122°00′06″W / 37.9722°N 122.0016°W / 37.9722; -122.0016 (Concord)
214 Elizabeth New Jersey 128,640 124,969 +2.94% 12.3 sq mi
31.9 km2
10,144 per sq mi
3,917 km−2
40°39′59″N 74°11′37″W / 40.6663°N 74.1935°W / 40.6663; -74.1935 (Elizabeth)
215 Lafayette[28] Louisiana 127,626 120,623 +5.81% 49.2 sq mi
127.5 km2
2,450 per sq mi
946 km−2
30°12′42″N 92°01′53″W / 30.2116°N 92.0314°W / 30.2116; -92.0314 (Lafayette)
216 Kent Washington 127,514 92,411 +37.99% 28.6 sq mi
74.1 km2
3,228 per sq mi
1,246 km−2
47°23′07″N 122°13′01″W / 47.3853°N 122.2169°W / 47.3853; -122.2169 (Kent)
217 Topeka Kansas 126,808 127,473 −0.52% 60.2 sq mi
155.8 km2
2,119 per sq mi
818 km−2
39°02′10″N 95°41′41″W / 39.0362°N 95.6948°W / 39.0362; -95.6948 (Topeka)
218 Simi Valley California 126,327 124,237 +1.68% 41.5 sq mi
107.4 km2
2,995 per sq mi
1,156 km−2
34°16′01″N 118°44′55″W / 34.2669°N 118.7485°W / 34.2669; -118.7485 (Simi Valley)
219 Santa Clara California 125,948 116,468 +8.14% 18.4 sq mi
47.7 km2
6,327 per sq mi
2,443 km−2
37°21′53″N 121°58′04″W / 37.3646°N 121.9679°W / 37.3646; -121.9679 (Santa Clara)
220 Athens[29] Georgia 123,371 115,452 +6.86% 116.4 sq mi
301.4 km2
992 per sq mi
383 km−2
33°56′59″N 83°22′12″W / 33.9496°N 83.3701°W / 33.9496; -83.3701 (Athens)
221 Hartford Connecticut 123,243 124,775 −1.23% 17.4 sq mi
45.0 km2
7,179 per sq mi
2,772 km−2
41°45′58″N 72°41′00″W / 41.7660°N 72.6833°W / 41.7660; -72.6833 (Hartford)
222 Victorville California 122,265 115,903 +5.49% 73.2 sq mi
189.5 km2
1,584 per sq mi
612 km−2
34°31′40″N 117°21′13″W / 34.5277°N 117.3536°W / 34.5277; -117.3536 (Victorville)
223 Abilene Texas 122,225 117,063 +4.41% 106.8 sq mi
276.6 km2
1,096 per sq mi
423 km−2
32°27′16″N 99°44′17″W / 32.4545°N 99.7381°W / 32.4545; -99.7381 (Abilene)
224 Norman Oklahoma 122,180 110,925 +10.15% 178.8 sq mi
463.0 km2
621 per sq mi
240 km−2
35°13′N 97°26′W / 35.22°N 97.44°W / 35.22; -97.44 (Norman)
225 Vallejo California 121,299 115,942 +4.62% 30.7 sq mi
79.4 km2
3,780 per sq mi
1,460 km−2
38°06′28″N 122°15′50″W / 38.1079°N 122.2639°W / 38.1079; -122.2639 (Vallejo)
226 Berkeley California 121,240 112,580 +7.69% 10.5 sq mi
27.1 km2
10,752 per sq mi
4,152 km−2
37°52′00″N 122°17′57″W / 37.8667°N 122.2991°W / 37.8667; -122.2991 (Berkeley)
227 Round Rock Texas 120,892 99,887 +21.03% 34.1 sq mi
88.4 km2
2,928 per sq mi
1,131 km−2
30°31′25″N 97°40′03″W / 30.5237°N 97.6674°W / 30.5237; -97.6674 (Round Rock)
228 Ann Arbor Michigan 120,782 113,934 +6.01% 27.8 sq mi
72.1 km2
4,094 per sq mi
1,581 km−2
42°16′32″N 83°43′53″W / 42.2756°N 83.7313°W / 42.2756; -83.7313 (Ann Arbor)
229 Fargo North Dakota 120,762 105,549 +14.41% 48.8 sq mi
126.4 km2
2,162 per sq mi
835 km−2
46°51′55″N 96°49′44″W / 46.8652°N 96.8290°W / 46.8652; -96.8290 (Fargo)
230 Columbia Missouri 120,612 108,500 +11.16% 63.1 sq mi
163.4 km2
1,720 per sq mi
664 km−2
38°56′52″N 92°19′34″W / 38.9479°N 92.3261°W / 38.9479; -92.3261 (Columbia)
231 Allentown Pennsylvania 120,443 118,032 +2.04% 17.5 sq mi
45.4 km2
6,727 per sq mi
2,597 km−2
40°35′38″N 75°28′42″W / 40.5940°N 75.4782°W / 40.5940; -75.4782 (Allentown)
232 Evansville Indiana 119,477 117,429 +1.74% 44.2 sq mi
114.4 km2
2,660 per sq mi
1,027 km−2
37°59′16″N 87°32′05″W / 37.9877°N 87.5347°W / 37.9877; -87.5347 (Evansville)
233 Beaumont Texas 118,299 118,296 0.00% 82.8 sq mi
214.5 km2
1,429 per sq mi
552 km−2
30°05′03″N 94°08′45″W / 30.0843°N 94.1458°W / 30.0843; -94.1458 (Beaumont)
234 Odessa Texas 117,871 99,940 +17.94% 42.0 sq mi
108.7 km2
2,382 per sq mi
920 km−2
31°52′49″N 102°20′36″W / 31.8804°N 102.3434°W / 31.8804; -102.3434 (Odessa)
235 Wilmington North Carolina 117,525 106,476 +10.38% 51.5 sq mi
133.4 km2
2,068 per sq mi
798 km−2
34°12′33″N 77°53′09″W / 34.2092°N 77.8858°W / 34.2092; -77.8858 (Wilmington)
236 Arvada Colorado 117,453 106,433 +10.35% 35.1 sq mi
91.0 km2
3,029 per sq mi
1,169 km−2
39°48′35″N 105°06′24″W / 39.8097°N 105.1066°W / 39.8097; -105.1066 (Arvada)
237 Independence Missouri 117,030 116,830 +0.17% 77.6 sq mi
200.9 km2
1,506 per sq mi
582 km−2
39°05′07″N 94°21′05″W / 39.0853°N 94.3513°W / 39.0853; -94.3513 (Independence)
238 Provo Utah 116,868 112,488 +3.89% 41.7 sq mi
107.9 km2
2,699 per sq mi
1,042 km−2
40°14′43″N 111°38′41″W / 40.2453°N 111.6448°W / 40.2453; -111.6448 (Provo)
239 Lansing Michigan 116,020 114,297 +1.51% 36.0 sq mi
93.4 km2
3,171 per sq mi
1,224 km−2
42°42′35″N 84°33′22″W / 42.7098°N 84.5562°W / 42.7098; -84.5562 (Lansing)
240 El Monte California 115,807 113,475 +2.06% 9.6 sq mi
24.8 km2
11,867 per sq mi
4,582 km−2
34°04′29″N 118°01′45″W / 34.0746°N 118.0291°W / 34.0746; -118.0291 (El Monte)
241 Springfield Illinois 115,715 116,250 −0.46% 59.5 sq mi
154.1 km2
1,954 per sq mi
755 km−2
39°45′50″N 89°40′15″W / 39.7639°N 89.6708°W / 39.7639; -89.6708 (Springfield)
242 Fairfield California 114,756 105,321 +8.96% 37.4 sq mi
96.8 km2
2,817 per sq mi
1,088 km−2
38°15′24″N 122°02′23″W / 38.2568°N 122.0397°W / 38.2568; -122.0397 (Fairfield)
243 Clearwater Florida 114,361 107,685 +6.20% 25.6 sq mi
66.2 km2
4,213 per sq mi
1,627 km−2
27°58′46″N 82°45′59″W / 27.9795°N 82.7663°W / 27.9795; -82.7663 (Clearwater)
244 Peoria Illinois 114,265 115,007 −0.65% 48.0 sq mi
124.3 km2
2,396 per sq mi
925 km−2
40°45′08″N 89°37′02″W / 40.7523°N 89.6171°W / 40.7523; -89.6171 (Peoria)
245 Rochester Minnesota 114,011 106,769 +6.78% 54.6 sq mi
141.4 km2
1,956 per sq mi
755 km−2
44°00′55″N 92°28′38″W / 44.0154°N 92.4772°W / 44.0154; -92.4772 (Rochester)
246 Carlsbad California 113,952 105,328 +8.19% 37.7 sq mi
97.7 km2
2,792 per sq mi
1,078 km−2
33°07′26″N 117°16′58″W / 33.1239°N 117.2828°W / 33.1239; -117.2828 (Carlsbad)
247 Westminster Colorado 113,875 106,114 +7.31% 31.6 sq mi
81.7 km2
3,363 per sq mi
1,299 km−2
39°52′56″N 105°03′52″W / 39.8822°N 105.0644°W / 39.8822; -105.0644 (Westminster)
248 West Jordan Utah 113,699 103,712 +9.63% 32.5 sq mi
84.1 km2
3,195 per sq mi
1,234 km−2
40°36′08″N 112°00′04″W / 40.6023°N 112.0010°W / 40.6023; -112.0010 (West Jordan)
249 Pearland Texas 113,570 91,252 +24.46% 47.5 sq mi
122.9 km2
1,900 per sq mi
740 km−2
29°33′16″N 95°17′45″W / 29.5544°N 95.2958°W / 29.5544; -95.2958 (Pearland)
250 Richardson Texas 113,347 99,223 +14.23% 28.6 sq mi
74.0 km2
3,474 per sq mi
1,341 km−2
32°58′20″N 96°42′29″W / 32.9723°N 96.7081°W / 32.9723; -96.7081 (Richardson)
251 Downey California 113,267 111,772 +1.34% 12.4 sq mi
32.1 km2
9,008 per sq mi
3,478 km−2
33°56′18″N 118°07′51″W / 33.9382°N 118.1309°W / 33.9382; -118.1309 (Downey)
252 Miami Gardens Florida 113,058 107,167 +5.50% 18.2 sq mi
47.2 km2
5,878 per sq mi
2,270 km−2
25°56′56″N 80°14′37″W / 25.9489°N 80.2436°W / 25.9489; -80.2436 (Miami Gardens)
253 Temecula California 113,054 100,097 +12.94% 30.2 sq mi
78.1 km2
3,320 per sq mi
1,282 km−2
33°30′07″N 117°07′29″W / 33.5019°N 117.1246°W / 33.5019; -117.1246 (Temecula)
254 Costa Mesa California 112,822 109,960 +2.60% 15.7 sq mi
40.5 km2
7,025 per sq mi
2,712 km−2
33°39′57″N 117°54′44″W / 33.6659°N 117.9123°W / 33.6659; -117.9123 (Costa Mesa)
255 College Station Texas 112,141 93,857 +19.48% 49.6 sq mi
128.5 km2
1,978 per sq mi
764 km−2
30°36′05″N 96°18′52″W / 30.6013°N 96.3144°W / 30.6013; -96.3144 (College Station)
256 Elgin Illinois 112,123 108,188 +3.64% 37.2 sq mi
96.3 km2
2,911 per sq mi
1,124 km−2
42°02′23″N 88°19′18″W / 42.0396°N 88.3217°W / 42.0396; -88.3217 (Elgin)
257 Murrieta California 111,674 103,466 +7.93% 33.6 sq mi
87.0 km2
3,081 per sq mi
1,190 km−2
33°34′19″N 117°11′27″W / 33.5719°N 117.1907°W / 33.5719; -117.1907 (Murrieta)
258 Gresham Oregon 111,523 105,594 +5.61% 23.2 sq mi
60.1 km2
4,551 per sq mi
1,757 km−2
45°30′08″N 122°26′30″W / 45.5023°N 122.4416°W / 45.5023; -122.4416 (Gresham)
259 High Point North Carolina 111,223 104,371 +6.57% 53.8 sq mi
139.3 km2
1,940 per sq mi
749 km−2
35°59′08″N 79°59′25″W / 35.9855°N 79.9902°W / 35.9855; -79.9902 (High Point)
260 Antioch California 110,898 102,372 +8.33% 28.3 sq mi
73.4 km2
3,611 per sq mi
1,394 km−2
37°58′39″N 121°47′51″W / 37.9775°N 121.7976°W / 37.9775; -121.7976 (Antioch)
261 Inglewood California 110,654 109,673 +0.89% 9.1 sq mi
23.5 km2
12,095 per sq mi
4,670 km−2
33°57′22″N 118°20′39″W / 33.9561°N 118.3443°W / 33.9561; -118.3443 (Inglewood)
262 Cambridge Massachusetts 110,651 105,162 +5.22% 6.4 sq mi
16.5 km2
16,469 per sq mi
6,359 km−2
42°22′34″N 71°07′06″W / 42.3760°N 71.1183°W / 42.3760; -71.1183 (Cambridge)
263 Lowell Massachusetts 110,558 106,519 +3.79% 13.6 sq mi
35.2 km2
7,842 per sq mi
3,028 km−2
42°38′20″N 71°19′20″W / 42.6389°N 71.3221°W / 42.6389; -71.3221 (Lowell)
264 Manchester New Hampshire 110,506 109,565 +0.86% 33.1 sq mi
85.7 km2
3,310 per sq mi
1,278 km−2
42°59′05″N 71°26′38″W / 42.9847°N 71.4439°W / 42.9847; -71.4439 (Manchester)
265 Billings Montana 110,323 104,170 +5.91% 43.4 sq mi
112.4 km2
2,399 per sq mi
926 km−2
45°47′22″N 108°33′00″W / 45.7895°N 108.5499°W / 45.7895; -108.5499 (Billings)
266 Pueblo Colorado 110,291 106,595 +3.47% 53.6 sq mi
138.9 km2
1,987 per sq mi
767 km−2
38°16′23″N 104°36′45″W / 38.2731°N 104.6124°W / 38.2731; -104.6124 (Pueblo)
267 Palm Bay Florida 110,104 103,190 +6.70% 65.7 sq mi
170.2 km2
1,571 per sq mi
606 km−2
27°59′08″N 80°39′45″W / 27.9856°N 80.6626°W / 27.9856; -80.6626 (Palm Bay)
268 Centennial Colorado 109,932 100,377 +9.52% 28.7 sq mi
74.4 km2
3,495 per sq mi
1,349 km−2
39°35′26″N 104°52′09″W / 39.5906°N 104.8691°W / 39.5906; -104.8691 (Centennial)
269 Richmond California 109,813 103,701 +5.89% 30.1 sq mi
77.9 km2
3,449 per sq mi
1,332 km−2
37°57′11″N 122°21′34″W / 37.9530°N 122.3594°W / 37.9530; -122.3594 (Richmond)
270 Ventura[30] California 109,592 106,433 +2.97% 21.7 sq mi
56.1 km2
4,915 per sq mi
1,898 km−2
34°16′05″N 119°15′18″W / 34.2681°N 119.2550°W / 34.2681; -119.2550 (Ventura)
271 Pompano Beach Florida 109,393 99,845 +9.56% 24.0 sq mi
62.2 km2
4,160 per sq mi
1,606 km−2
26°14′33″N 80°07′44″W / 26.2426°N 80.1290°W / 26.2426; -80.1290 (Pompano Beach)
272 North Charleston South Carolina 109,298 97,471 +12.13% 76.6 sq mi
119.5 km2
1,393 per sq mi
538 km−2
32°53′07″N 80°01′01″W / 32.8853°N 80.0169°W / 32.8853; -80.0169 (North Charleston)
273 Everett Washington 109,043 103,019 +5.85% 33.4 sq mi
86.6 km2
3,080 per sq mi
1,189 km−2
48°00′12″N 122°10′27″W / 48.0033°N 122.1742°W / 48.0033; -122.1742 (Everett)
274 Waterbury Connecticut 108,272 110,366 −1.90% 28.5 sq mi
73.9 km2
3,870 per sq mi
1,494 km−2
41°33′31″N 73°02′12″W / 41.5585°N 73.0367°W / 41.5585; -73.0367 (Waterbury)
275 West Palm Beach Florida 108,161 99,919 +8.25% 55.3 sq mi
143.2 km2
1,807 per sq mi
698 km−2
26°44′54″N 80°07′36″W / 26.7483°N 80.1266°W / 26.7483; -80.1266 (West Palm Beach)
276 Boulder Colorado 108,090 97,385 +10.99% 25.7 sq mi
66.5 km2
3,947 per sq mi
1,524 km−2
40°01′03″N 105°16′47″W / 40.0175°N 105.2797°W / 40.0175; -105.2797 (Boulder)
277 West Covina California 107,847 106,098 +1.65% 16.0 sq mi
41.5 km2
6,614 per sq mi
2,554 km−2
34°03′21″N 117°54′36″W / 34.0559°N 117.9099°W / 34.0559; -117.9099 (West Covina)
278 Broken Arrow Oklahoma 107,403 98,850 +8.65% 61.6 sq mi
159.5 km2
1,605 per sq mi
620 km−2
36°02′11″N 95°46′52″W / 36.0365°N 95.7810°W / 36.0365; -95.7810 (Broken Arrow)
279 Clovis California 106,583 95,631 +11.45% 23.3 sq mi
60.3 km2
4,386 per sq mi
1,695 km−2
36°29′35″N 119°25′16″W / 36.4931°N 119.4211°W / 36.4931; -119.4211 (Clovis)
280 Daly City California 106,472 101,123 +5.29% 7.7 sq mi
19.8 km2
13,195 per sq mi
5,095 km−2
37°42′03″N 122°27′54″W / 37.7009°N 122.4650°W / 37.7009; -122.4650 (Daly City)
281 Lakeland Florida 106,420 97,422 +9.24% 74.4 sq mi
193.0 km2
1,711 per sq mi
661 km−2
28°02′28″N 81°57′32″W / 28.0411°N 81.9589°W / 28.0411; -81.9589 (Lakeland)
282 Santa Maria California 106,290 99,553 +6.77% 22.8 sq mi
58.9 km2
4,375 per sq mi
1,689 km−2
34°56′00″N 120°26′38″W / 34.9332°N 120.4438°W / 34.9332; -120.4438 (Santa Maria)
283 Norwalk California 106,178 105,549 +0.60% 9.7 sq mi
25.1 km2
10,873 per sq mi
4,198 km−2
33°54′25″N 118°05′00″W / 33.9069°N 118.0834°W / 33.9069; -118.0834 (Norwalk)
284 Sandy Springs Georgia 105,703 93,853 +12.63% 39.0 sq mi
101.0 km2
2,613.0 per sq mi
1009 km−2
33°33′41″N 84°13′37″W / 33.5615°N 84.227°W / 33.5615; -84.227 (Sandy Springs)
285 Hillsboro Oregon 105,164 91,611 +14.79% 24.3 sq mi
62.8 km2
3,833 per sq mi
1,480 km−2
45°31′00″N 122°59′00″W / 45.5167°N 122.9833°W / 45.5167; -122.9833 (Hillsboro)
286 Green Bay Wisconsin 105,139 104,057 +1.04% 45.5 sq mi
117.8 km2
2,289 per sq mi
884 km−2
44°31′15″N 87°59′03″W / 44.5207°N 87.9842°W / 44.5207; -87.9842 (Green Bay)
287 Tyler Texas 104,798 96,900 +8.15% 54.4 sq mi
140.8 km2
1,782 per sq mi
688 km−2
32°21′N 95°18′W / 32.35°N 95.30°W / 32.35; -95.30 (Tyler)
288 Wichita Falls Texas 104,724 104,553 +0.16% 72.1 sq mi
186.8 km2
1,449 per sq mi
560 km−2
33°54′24″N 98°31′33″W / 33.9067°N 98.5259°W / 33.9067; -98.5259 (Wichita Falls)
289 Lewisville Texas 104,659 95,290 +9.83% 42.5 sq mi
110.0 km2
2,618 per sq mi
1,011 km−2
33°02′18″N 97°00′22″W / 33.0383°N 97.0061°W / 33.0383; -97.0061 (Lewisville)
290 Burbank California 104,447 103,340 +1.07% 17.3 sq mi
44.9 km2
5,959 per sq mi
2,301 km−2
34°11′20″N 118°19′30″W / 34.1890°N 118.3249°W / 34.1890; -118.3249 (Burbank)
291 Greeley Colorado 103,990 92,889 +11.95% 30.0 sq mi
77.7 km2
3,107 per sq mi
1,199 km−2
40°25′00″N 104°43′00″W / 40.4167°N 104.7167°W / 40.4167; -104.7167 (Greeley)
292 San Mateo California 103,959 97,207 +6.95% 15.9 sq mi
41.1 km2
8,014 per sq mi
3,094 km−2
37°33′15″N 122°18′47″W / 37.5542°N 122.3131°W / 37.5542; -122.3131 (San Mateo)
293 El Cajon California 103,768 99,478 +4.31% 14.4 sq mi
37.4 km2
6,892 per sq mi
2,661 km−2
32°48′06″N 116°57′38″W / 32.8017°N 116.9605°W / 32.8017; -116.9605 (El Cajon)
294 Jurupa Valley California 103,541 0 NA[31] 43.5 sq mi
112.7 km2
2,272 per sq mi
877 km−2
33°00′04″N 117°28′14″W / 33.0011°N 117.4706°W / 33.0011; -117.4706 (Jurupa Valley)
295 Rialto California 103,314 99,171 +4.18% 22.4 sq mi
57.9 km2
4,437 per sq mi
1,713 km−2
34°06′42″N 117°23′18″W / 34.1118°N 117.3883°W / 34.1118; -117.3883 (Rialto)
296 Davenport Iowa 102,612 99,685 +2.94% 62.9 sq mi
163.0 km2
1,584 per sq mi
611 km−2
41°33′15″N 90°36′14″W / 41.5541°N 90.6040°W / 41.5541; -90.6040 (Davenport)
297 League City Texas 102,010 83,560 +22.08% 53.0 sq mi
137.3 km2
1,924 per sq mi
743 km−2
29°29′59″N 95°05′23″W / 29.4997°N 95.0897°W / 29.4997; -95.0897 (League City)
298 Edison[32] New Jersey 101,996 99,967 +2.03% 30.6 sq mi
79.4 km2
3,339.0 per sq mi
1289 km−2
40°30′14″N 74°20′58″W / 40.5040°N 74.3494°W / 40.5040; -74.3494 (Edison)
299 Davie[33] Florida 101,871 91,992 +10.74% 35.7 sq mi
92.5 km2
2,637 per sq mi
1,018 km−2
26°04′53″N 80°16′49″W / 26.0814°N 80.2803°W / 26.0814; -80.2803 (Davie)
300 Las Cruces New Mexico 101,759 97,618 +4.24% 76.3 sq mi
197.6 km2
1,279 per sq mi
494 km−2
32°19′11″N 106°45′55″W / 32.3197°N 106.7653°W / 32.3197; -106.7653 (Las Cruces)
301 South Bend Indiana 101,735 101,168 +0.56% 41.5 sq mi
107.4 km2
2,440 per sq mi
942 km−2
41°40′37″N 86°16′08″W / 41.6769°N 86.2690°W / 41.6769; -86.2690 (South Bend)
302 Vista California 101,659 93,834 +8.34% 18.7 sq mi
48.4 km2
5,000 per sq mi
1,900 km−2
33°11′37″N 117°14′28″W / 33.1936°N 117.2411°W / 33.1936; -117.2411 (Vista)
303 Woodbridge[32] New Jersey 101,389 99,585 +1.81% 24.5 sq mi
63.5 km2
4,290.0 per sq mi
1,656 km−2
40°33′39″N 74°17′33″W / 40.5608°N 74.2926°W / 40.5608; -74.2926 (Woodbridge)
304 Renton Washington 100,953 90,927 +11.03% 23.5 sq mi
61.0 km2
3,933 per sq mi
1,519 km−2
47°29′12″N 122°11′43″W / 47.4867°N 122.1953°W / 47.4867; -122.1953 (Renton)
305 Lakewood[32] New Jersey 100,758 92,843 +8.53% 25.0 sq mi
64.7 km2
4,030 per sq mi
1,557 km−2
40°04′37″N 74°12′01″W / 40.0770°N 74.2004°W / 40.0770; -74.2004 (Lakewood)
306 San Angelo Texas 100,702 93,200 +8.05% 58.2 sq mi
150.9 km2
1,640 per sq mi
633 km−2
31°27′N 100°27′W / 31.45°N 100.45°W / 31.45; -100.45 (San Angelo)
307 Clinton[34] Michigan 100,392 96,796 +3.72% 28.2 sq mi
47.0 km2
3,560 per sq mi
2136 km−2
42°35′N 82°55′W / 42.59°N 82.92°W / 42.59; -82.92 (Clinton)

Distribution

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

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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[35]
1,000,000+ 10
300,000–999,999 54
200,000–299,999 51
100,000–199,999 192
Total 307
State Number of cities
CA 73
TX 38
FL 22
CO 12
AZ 10
NC 9
IL, WA 8
GA, MI, NJ, VA 7
OH, TN 6
CT, KS, MA, MO, NY, OR 5
AL, IN, LA, NV, 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

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San Diego
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Columbus
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Charlotte
Denver
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Detroit
Washington
Boston
Memphis
Nashville
Portland
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Puerto Rico

The following table lists the five municipalities (municipios) of Puerto Rico with a population greater than 100,000 on July 1, 2016, 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, 2016, as estimated by the United States Census Bureau[36]
  2. The municipio[36]
  3. The municipio population as of July 1, 2016, as estimated by the United States Census Bureau[36]
  4. The municipio population as of April 1, 2010, as enumerated by the 2010 United States Census[36]
  5. The municipio percent population change from April 1, 2010, to July 1, 2016
  6. The municipio land area as of January 1, 2010[4]
  7. The municipio population density as of April 1, 2010 (residents per land area)[4]
  8. The municipio latitude and longitude coordinates
2016 rank Municipio 2016 estimate 2010 Census Change 2010 land area 2010 population density Location
1 San Juan 347,052 395,326 −12.21% 39.5 sq mi
102.3 km2
10,008 per sq mi
3,864 km−2
18°24′23″N 66°03′50″W / 18.4064°N 66.0640°W / 18.4064; -66.0640 (San Juan)
2 Bayamón 184,374 208,116 −11.41% 27.0 sq mi
69.9 km2
7,716 per sq mi
2,979 km−2
18°22′48″N 66°09′48″W / 18.3801°N 66.1633°W / 18.3801; -66.1633 (Bayamón)
3 Carolina 158,457 176,762 −10.36% 20.7 sq mi
53.5 km2
8,559 per sq mi
3,305 km−2
18°24′44″N 65°58′47″W / 18.4121°N 65.9798°W / 18.4121; -65.9798 (Carolina)
4 Ponce 145,278 166,327 −12.66% 30.6 sq mi
79.3 km2
5,434 per sq mi
2,098 km−2
17°59′15″N 66°36′35″W / 17.9874°N 66.6097°W / 17.9874; -66.6097 (Ponce)
5 Caguas 132,164 142,893 −7.51% 10.9 sq mi
28.3 km2
13,090 per sq mi
5,054 km−2
18°13′57″N 66°02′20″W / 18.2324°N 66.0390°W / 18.2324; -66.0390 (Caguas)


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[4]
  7. The city population density as of April 1, 2010 (residents per land area)[4]
  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
120.997 km2
4,777 per sq mi
1,844 km−2
02409023 36°04′51″N 115°08′12″W / 36.08073°N 115.1368°W / 36.08073; -115.1368 (Paradise)
Arlington Virginia 207,627 189,453 +9.59% 25.98 sq mi
3085 km2
7,992 per sq mi
3100 km−2
38°52′48″N 77°10′59″W / 38.880°N 77.183°W / 38.880; -77.183 (Arlington)
Sunrise Manor Nevada 189,372 156,120 +21.30% 33.352 sq mi
86.382 km2
5,678 per sq mi
2,192 km−2
02410035 36°10′43″N 115°02′56″W / 36.1785°N 115.0490°W / 36.1785; -115.0490 (Sunrise Manor)
Spring Valley Nevada 178,395 117,390 +51.97% 33.226 sq mi
86.056 km2
5,369 per sq mi
2,073 km−2
02408797 36°05′55″N 115°15′43″W / 36.0987°N 115.2619°W / 36.0987; -115.2619 (Spring Valley)
Metairie Louisiana 138,481 146,136 −5.24% 23.222 sq mi
60.144 km2
5,963 per sq mi
2,302 km−2
02403282 29°59′52″N 90°10′40″W / 29.9978°N 90.1779°W / 29.9978; -90.1779 (Metairie)
East Los Angeles California 126,496 124,283 +1.78% 7.448 sq mi
19.291 km2
16,984 per sq mi
6,557 km−2
02408711 34°01′53″N 118°10′07″W / 34.0315°N 118.1686°W / 34.0315; -118.1686 (East Los Angeles)
Enterprise Nevada 108,481 14,676 +639.17% 46.513 sq mi
120.467 km2
2,332 per sq mi
901 km−2
02408084 36°01′06″N 115°12′55″W / 36.0182°N 115.2154°W / 36.0182; -115.2154 (Enterprise)
Brandon Florida 103,483 77,895 +32.85% 33.101 sq mi
85.731 km2
3,126 per sq mi
1,207 km−2
02402711 27°56′10″N 82°17′57″W / 27.9360°N 82.2993°W / 27.9360; -82.2993 (Brandon)

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, 2016, as estimated by the United States Census Bureau[3]
  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 2015.
  6. The percent decline in population from its peak Census count to the most recent Census estimate in 2015.
  7. Any additional notes of significant importance.
City State 2016 estimated population Peak population (year) Numeric decline from
peak population
Percent decline from
peak population
Notes
Albany New York 98,111 134,995 (1950) Decrease-36,884 Decrease-27.32% Increase2.30% from 2000 to 2010
Allegheny Pennsylvania N/A[37] 129,896 (1900) annexed by Pittsburgh in 1907
Brooklyn New York N/A[38] 806,343 (1890) consolidated with New York City in 1898
Camden New Jersey 74,420 124,555 (1950) Decrease-50,135 Decrease-40.25%
Canton Ohio 71,323 116,912 (1950) Decrease-45,589 Decrease-38.99%
Dearborn Michigan 94,444 112,007 (1960) Decrease-17,563 Decrease-15.68% Increase9.93% from 1990 to 2010
Duluth Minnesota 86,293 107,312 (1960) Decrease-21,019 Decrease-19.59%
Erie Pennsylvania 98,593 138,440 (1960) Decrease-39,847 Decrease-28.78%
Fall River Massachusetts 88,930 120,485 (1920) Decrease-31,555 Decrease-26.19%
Flint Michigan 97,386 196,940 (1960) Decrease-99,554 Decrease-50.55%
Gary Indiana 76,424 178,320 (1960) Decrease-101,896 Decrease-57.14%
Hammond Indiana 77,134 111,698 (1960) Decrease-34,564 Decrease-30.94%
Kenosha Wisconsin 99,631 100,150 (2012 est)* Decrease-519 Decrease-0.52% *Only recorded instance of surpassing 100,000 was July 1, 2012 estimate
Livonia Michigan 94,041 110,109 (1970) Decrease-16,068 Decrease-14.59%
Lynn Massachusetts 92,697 102,320 (1930) Decrease-9,623 Decrease-9.40% Increase15.11% from 1980 to 2010
New Bedford Massachusetts 95,032 121,217 (1920) Decrease-26,185 Decrease-21.60% Increase1.39% from 2000 to 2010
Niagara Falls New York 48,632 102,394 (1960) Decrease-53,762 Decrease-52.51%
Parma Ohio 79,425 100,216 (1970) Decrease-20,791 Decrease-20.75%
Portsmouth Virginia 95,252 114,773 (1960) Decrease-19,521 Decrease-17.01%
Reading Pennsylvania 87,575 111,171 (1930) Decrease-23,596 Decrease-21.22% Increase12.38% from 1990 to 2010
Roanoke Virginia 99,660 100,220 (1980) Decrease-560 Decrease-0.56% Increase2.23% from 2000 to 2010
Scranton Pennsylvania 77,291 143,333 (1930) Decrease-66,042 Decrease-46.08%
Somerville Massachusetts 81,322 103,908 (1930) Decrease-22,586 Decrease-21.74%
St. Joseph Missouri 76,472 102,979 (1900) Decrease-26,507 Decrease-25.74% Increase6.86% from 1990 to 2010
Trenton New Jersey 84,056 128,009 (1950) Decrease-43,953 Decrease-34.34%
Utica New York 60,652 101,740 (1930) Decrease-41,088 Decrease-40.39% Increase2.61% from 2000 to 2010
Wilmington Delaware 71,442 112,504 (1940) Decrease-41,062 Decrease-36.50%
Youngstown Ohio 64,312 170,002 (1930) Decrease-105,690 Decrease-62.17%

Locations of 50 most populous cities

See also

References

  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. ^ a b c d e f "American FactFinder – Results". United States Census Bureau, Population Division. Retrieved May 25, 2017. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f "2014 U.S. Gazetteer Files". U.S. Gazetteer Files. United States Census Bureau. Retrieved May 22, 2015. 
  5. ^ Or Federal District in the case of Washington, D.C.
  6. ^ 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. 2,629,150)
       •The Borough of Queens and Queens County
         (pop. 2,333,054)
       •The Borough of Manhattan and New York County
         (pop. 1,643,734)
       •The Borough of the Bronx and Bronx County
         (pop. 1,455,720)
       •The Borough of Staten Island and Richmond County
         (pop. 476,015)
  7. ^ City wins census appeal; count adjusted – Houston Chronicle. Chron.com (December 3, 2012). Retrieved on July 12, 2013.
  8. ^ The City of Philadelphia and Philadelphia County, are separate but coterminous entities with a single consolidated city–county government.
  9. ^ 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.
  10. ^ The City and County of San Francisco, California has a consolidated city and county government.
  11. ^ 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).
  12. ^ The City and County of Denver, Colorado, has a consolidated city and county government.
  13. ^ The City of Washington was consolidated with the District of Columbia in 1871.
  14. ^ 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.
  15. ^ 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.
  16. ^ a b c d e f g h i This is an independent city that is not part of any county.
  17. ^ The City of New Orleans, Louisiana, and Orleans Parish, Louisiana, are separate but coterminous entities with a single consolidated city–parish government.
  18. ^ The City of Lexington, Kentucky, and Fayette County, Kentucky, are separate but coterminous entities with a single consolidated city–county government.
  19. ^ The Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska, is a unified home rule municipality that functions as both a city and a borough.
  20. ^ The Town of Gilbert, Arizona, is currently the most populous incorporated town in the United States.
  21. ^ 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.
  22. ^ Officially listed in US Census Bureau records as Boise City
  23. ^ The City of Columbus, Georgia, and Muscogee County, Georgia, are separate but coterminous entities with a single consolidated city–county government.
  24. ^ 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.
  25. ^ The Town of Cary, North Carolina, is currently the second most populous incorporated town in the United States.
  26. ^ 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."
  27. ^ 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.
  28. ^ 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.
  29. ^ 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.
  30. ^ Official name is San Buenaventura
  31. ^ 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.
  32. ^ 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, 2016". 2016 Census Population Estimates. U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division. May 2017. Retrieved May 25, 2017. 
  33. ^ The Town of Davie, Florida, is currently the third most populous incorporated town in the United States.
  34. ^ 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, 2016". 2016 Census Population Estimates. U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division. May 2017. Retrieved May 25, 2017. 
  35. ^ "Census of Governments" (PDF). Government Organization. U.S. Census Bureau. December 2002. Retrieved December 30, 2010. 
  36. ^ a b c d "Annual Estimates of the Resident Population: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2016". 2016 Census Population Estimates. U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division. March 2017. Retrieved April 1, 2017. 
  37. ^ 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.
  38. ^ 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.

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