US Pop
Rank
City 2019 Population
101 Tacoma, Washington 217,827
102 San Bernardino, California 215,784
103 Modesto, California 215,196
104 Fontana, California 214,547
105 Des Moines, Iowa 214,237
106 Moreno Valley, California 213,055
107 Santa Clarita, California 212,979
108 Fayetteville, North Carolina 211,657
109 Birmingham, Alabama 209,403
110 Oxnard, California 208,881
111 Rochester, New York 205,695
112 Port St. Lucie, Florida 201,846
113 Grand Rapids, Michigan 201,013
114 Huntsville, Alabama 200,574
115 Salt Lake City, Utah 200,567
116 Frisco, Texas 200,490
117 Yonkers, New York 200,370
118 Amarillo, Texas 199,371
119 Glendale, California 199,303
120 Huntington Beach, California 199,223
121 McKinney, Texas 199,177
122 Montgomery, Alabama 198,525
123 Augusta-Richmond County, Georgia 197,888
124 Aurora, Illinois 197,757
125 Akron, Ohio 197,597
126 Little Rock, Arkansas 197,312
127 Tempe, Arizona 195,805
128 Columbus, Georgia 195,769
129 Overland Park, Kansas 195,494
130 Grand Prairie, Texas 194,543
131 Tallahassee, Florida 194,500
132 Cape Coral, Florida 194,495
133 Mobile, Alabama 188,720
134 Knoxville, Tennessee 187,603
135 Shreveport, Louisiana 187,112
136 Worcester, Massachusetts 185,428
137 Ontario, California 185,010
138 Vancouver, Washington 184,463
139 Sioux Falls, South Dakota 183,793
140 Chattanooga, Tennessee 182,799
141 Brownsville, Texas 182,781
142 Fort Lauderdale, Florida 182,437
143 Providence, Rhode Island 179,883
144 Newport News, Virginia 179,225
145 Rancho Cucamonga, California 177,603
146 Santa Rosa, California 176,753
147 Peoria, Arizona 175,961
148 Oceanside, California 175,742
149 Elk Grove, California 174,775
150 Salem, Oregon 174,365
151 Pembroke Pines, Florida 173,591
152 Eugene, Oregon 172,622
153 Garden Grove, California 171,644
154 Cary, North Carolina 170,282
155 Fort Collins, Colorado 170,243
156 Corona, California 169,868
157 Springfield, Missouri 167,882
158 Jackson, Mississippi 160,628
159 Alexandria, Virginia 159,428
160 Hayward, California 159,203
161 Clarksville, Tennessee 158,146
162 Lakewood, Colorado 157,935
163 Lancaster, California 157,601
164 Salinas, California 155,465
165 Palmdale, California 155,079
166 Hollywood, Florida 154,817
167 Springfield, Massachusetts 153,606
168 Macon-Bibb County, Georgia 153,159
169 Kansas City, Kansas 152,960
170 Sunnyvale, California 152,703
171 Pomona, California 151,691
172 Killeen, Texas 151,666
173 Escondido, California 151,625
174 Pasadena, Texas 151,227
175 Naperville, Illinois 148,449
176 Bellevue, Washington 148,164
177 Joliet, Illinois 147,344
178 Murfreesboro, Tennessee 146,900
179 Midland, Texas 146,038
180 Rockford, Illinois 145,609
181 Paterson, New Jersey 145,233
182 Savannah, Georgia 144,464
183 Bridgeport, Connecticut 144,399
184 Torrance, California 143,592
185 McAllen, Texas 143,268
186 Syracuse, New York 142,327
187 Surprise, Arizona 141,664
188 Denton, Texas 141,541
189 Roseville, California 141,500
190 Thornton, Colorado 141,464
191 Miramar, Florida 141,191
192 Pasadena, California 141,029
193 Mesquite, Texas 140,937
194 Olathe, Kansas 140,545
195 Dayton, Ohio 140,407
196 Carrollton, Texas 139,248
197 Waco, Texas 139,236
198 Orange, California 138,669
199 Fullerton, California 138,632
200 Charleston, South Carolina 137,566

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