US: 1000 Largest Cities by Population


New York City is the United States’ largest city, more than twice the size of Los Angeles. It is also the country’s commercial heart.

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  1. New York City, New York – 8,175,133
  2. Los Angeles, California – 3,857,799
  3. Chicago, Illinois – 2,714,856
  4. Houston, Texas – 2,160,821
  5. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – 1,547,607
  6.  Phoenix, Arizona – 1,488,750
  7. San Antonio, Texas – 1,382,951
  8. San Diego, California – 1,338,348
  9. Dallas, Texas – 1,241,162
  10. San Jos̩, California Р982,765
  11. Austin, Texas – 842,592
  12. Jacksonville, Florida – 836,507
  13.  Indianapolis, Indiana – 834,952
  14. San Francisco, California – 825,863
  15.  Columbus, Ohio – 787,033
  16. Charlotte, North Carolina – 775,202
  17. Fort Worth, Texas – 741,206
  18. Detroit, Michigan – 701,475
  19. El Paso, Texas – 672,538
  20. Memphis, Tennessee – 655,155
  21. Boston, Massachusetts – 636,479
  22. Denver, Colorado – 634,265
  23.  Washington, DC – 632,323
  24. Nashville, Tennessee – 624,496
  25. Baltimore, Maryland – 621,342
  26. Seattle, Washington – 608,660
  27. Louisville, Kentucky – 605,110
  28. Portland, Oregon – 603,106
  29. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – 599,199
  30. Milwaukee, Wisconsin – 598,916
  31. Las Vegas, Nevada – 596,424
  32. Albuquerque, New Mexico – 555,417
  33. Sacramento, California – 475,518
  34. Long Beach, California – 467,892
  35. Kansas City, Missouri – 464,310
  36. Mesa, Arizona – 452,084
  37. Virginia Beach, Virginia – 447,021
  38. Atlanta, Georgia – 443,775
  39. Raleigh, North Carolina – 423,179
  40. Omaha, Nebraska – 421,570
  41. Colorado Springs, Colorado – 416,427
  42. Miami, Florida – 413,892
  43. Minneapolis, Minnesota – 392,880
  44.  Tulsa, Oklahoma – 391,906
  45. Cleveland, Ohio – 390,928
  46.  Wichita, Kansas – 382,368
  47. New Orleans, Louisiana – 369,250
  48. Arlington, Texas – 365,438
  49. Tampa, Florida – 347,645
  50.  Honolulu, Hawaii – 345,610
  51. Anaheim, California – 343,248
  52. Santa Ana, California – 330,920
  53. St Louis, Missouri – 318,172
  54. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – 306,211
  55. Lexington, Kentucky – 305,489
  56. Stockton, California – 297,984
  57.  St Paul, Minnesota – 290,770
  58. Newark, New Jersey – 277,727
  59.  Lincoln, Nebraska – 265,404
  60.  Buffalo, New York – 259,384
  61. Jersey City, New Jersey – 254,411
  62. Orlando, Florida – 249,562
  63. St Petersburg, Florida – 246,541
  64. Madison, Wisconsin – 240,323
  65.  Durham, North Carolina – 239,358
  66. Lubbock, Texas – 236,065
  67. Hialeah, Florida – 231,941
  68. Baton Rouge, Louisiana – 230,058
  69. Birmingham, Alabama – 212,038
  70.  Rochester, New York – 210,532
  71.  Richmond, Virginia – 210,309
  72.  Boise City, Idaho – 205,671
  73.  Montgomery, Alabama – 205,293
  74. Spokane, Washington – 202,319
  75. Mobile, Alabama – 194,822
  76.  Little Rock, Arkansas – 193,524
  77. Moreno Valley, California – 193,365
  78. Tallahassee, Florida – 186,971
  79.  Salt Lake City, Utah – 186,440
  80. Huntsville, Alabama – 183,739
  81.  Worcester, Massachussetts – 181,045 
  82. Knoxville, Tennessee – 178,174
  83.  Providence, Rhode Island – 178,432
  84. Grand Prairie, Texas – 175,396
  85. Fort Lauderdale, Florida – 170,747
  86. Port St Lucie, Florida – 168,716
  87. Cape Coral, Florida – 161,248
  88. Salem, Oregon – 154,637
  89. Springfield, Massachusetts – 153,552
  90. Sunnyvale, California – 146,197
  91. Hollywood, Florida – 145,236
  92.  Syracuse, New York – 144,170
  93. Orange, California – 136,416
  94.  McAllen, Texas – 129,877
  95.  Topeka, Kansas – 127,473
  96. Gainesville, Florida – 126,047
  97.  Hartford, Connecticut – 124,893
  98. Santa Clara, California – 119,311
  99.  Springfield, Illinois – 117,126
  100. Killeen, Texas – 116,934
  101.  Provo, Utah – 115,919
  102. Manchester, New Hampshire – 110,209
  103. Wilmington, North Carolina – 109,922
  104. Clearwater, Florida – 108,732
  105. Round Rock, Texas – 106,573
  106.  Wichita Falls, Texas – 104,552
  107. West Palm Beach, Florida – 101,903
  108.  Albany, New York – 97,904
  109. Quincy, Massachusetts – 93,027
  110. Sandy, Utah – 89,344
  111. Reading, Pennsylvania – 88,102
  112.  Edinburg, Texas – 77,100
  113.  Mission, Texas – 77,058
  114. Mountain View, California – 76,621
  115. Scranton, Pennsylvania – 75,809
  116. Kalamazoo, Michigan – 74,262
  117. New Britain, Connecticut – 73,153
  118. Wilmington, Delaware – 71,922
  119.  Pharr, Texas – 70,400
  120. Milpitas, California – 68,800
  121.  Santa Fe, New Mexico – 67,947
  122. Union City, New Jersey – 67,744
  123. Palo Alto, California – 66,363
  124. Cupertino, California – 60,009
  125. Cheyenne, Wyoming – 59,466
  126. Redmond, Washington – 56,561
  127.  Carson City, Nevada – 54,838
  128. Georgetown, Texas – 52,303
  129. Gilroy, California – 50,660
  130. Hoboken, New Jersey – 50,005
  131. Kentwood, Michigan – 48,707
  132.  Olympia, Washington – 47,698
  133. Mentor, Ohio – 47,023
  134. Maricopa, Arizona – 44,803
  135.  Jefferson City, Missouri – 43,079
  136. Campbell, California – 40,272
  137. Morgan Hill, California – 39,420
  138.  Maplewood, Minnesota – 39,337
  139.  Dover, Delaware – 37,089
  140. Puyallup, Washington – 37,022
  141. Panama City, Florida – 36,484
  142.  Weslaco, Texas – 35,670
  143. Tupelo, Mississippi – 35,490
  144. Beverly Hills, California – 34,622
  145.  San Juan, Texas – 33,856
  146. Dalton, Georgia – 33,413
  147. Menlo Park, California – 32,881
  148. Saratoga, California – 30,677
  149.  Ithaca, New York – 30,331
  150. Los Altos, California – 29,929
  151. East Palo Alto, California – 28,155
  152.  Watertown, New York – 27,023
  153. Belmont, California – 26,491
  154.  Plattsburgh, New York – 19,750
  155.  Alamo, Texas – 18,353
  156.  Donna, Texas – 15,798
  157.  Mercedes, Texas – 15,570
  158.  Alton, Texas – 12,341
  159.  Hidalgo, Texas – 11,198
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