US Pop
Rank
City 2000 Population
1 New York, New York 8,015,348
2 Los Angeles, California 3,703,921
3 Chicago, Illinois 2,895,671
4 Houston, Texas 1,977,811
5 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1,513,800
6 Phoenix, Arizona 1,326,997
7 San Diego, California 1,226,804
8 Dallas, Texas 1,190,731
9 San Antonio, Texas 1,163,825
10 Detroit, Michigan 945,297
11 San Jose, California 903,540
12 Indianapolis, Indiana 782,254
13 San Francisco, California 777,360
14 Jacksonville, Florida 736,583
15 Columbus, Ohio 715,971
16 Memphis, Tennessee 690,186
17 Austin, Texas 672,241
18 Baltimore, Maryland 648,654
19 Milwaukee, Wisconsin 597,049
20 Boston, Massachusetts 590,433
21 Washington, District of Columbia 571,744
22 Charlotte, North Carolina 569,858
23 El Paso, Texas 564,792
24 Seattle, Washington 564,092
25 Denver, Colorado 556,094
26 Louisville/Jefferson County, Kentucky 553,960
27 Fort Worth, Texas 545,993
28 Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 545,902
29 Portland, Oregon 529,922
30 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 507,579
31 Tucson, Arizona 489,355
32 Las Vegas, Nevada 484,487
33 New Orleans, Louisiana 483,663
34 Cleveland, Ohio 476,574
35 Long Beach, California 462,166
36 Albuquerque, New Mexico 450,557
37 Kansas City, Missouri 442,369
38 Fresno, California 430,724
39 Virginia Beach, Virginia 426,534
40 Atlanta, Georgia 421,323
41 Omaha, Nebraska 409,868
42 Sacramento, California 409,230
43 Mesa, Arizona 402,853
44 Oakland, California 400,674
45 Tulsa, Oklahoma 392,850
46 Minneapolis, Minnesota 382,545
47 Honolulu, Hawaii 370,966
48 Miami, Florida 363,177
49 Colorado Springs, Colorado 362,186
50 Wichita, Kansas 352,366
51 St. Louis, Missouri 346,904
52 Santa Ana, California 338,506
53 Arlington, Texas 334,792
54 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 333,703
55 Cincinnati, Ohio 331,258
56 Anaheim, California 329,267
57 Toledo, Ohio 313,691
58 Tampa, Florida 304,157
59 Buffalo, New York 292,210
60 Raleigh, North Carolina 290,184
61 St. Paul, Minnesota 286,772
62 Aurora, Colorado 277,825
63 Corpus Christi, Texas 277,253
64 Newark, New Jersey 272,665
65 Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky 261,189
66 Anchorage, Alaska 260,586
67 Riverside, California 258,427
68 Fort Wayne, Indiana 253,914
69 St. Petersburg, Florida 248,751
70 Bakersfield, California 244,952
71 Stockton, California 244,611
72 Birmingham, Alabama 242,051
73 Jersey City, New Jersey 240,028
74 Norfolk, Virginia 234,288
75 Greensboro, North Carolina 228,518
76 Baton Rouge, Louisiana 228,350
77 Lincoln, Nebraska 227,701
78 Hialeah, Florida 226,142
79 Plano, Texas 224,189
80 Glendale, Arizona 221,780
81 Rochester, New York 219,474
82 Akron, Ohio 216,853
83 Garland, Texas 216,016
84 Madison, Wisconsin 210,070
85 Fremont, California 204,294
86 Scottsdale, Arizona 204,285
87 Winston-Salem, North Carolina 202,198
88 Montgomery, Alabama 201,714
89 Shreveport, Louisiana 200,575
90 Chesapeake, Virginia 200,283
91 Lubbock, Texas 200,231
92 Des Moines, Iowa 199,607
93 Fayetteville, North Carolina 199,429
94 Mobile, Alabama 198,774
95 Grand Rapids, Michigan 197,937
96 Richmond, Virginia 197,742
97 Spokane, Washington 196,917
98 Yonkers, New York 196,221
99 Boise City, Idaho 195,589
100 Glendale, California 195,315

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