Latest Data (2017)
Population 19,212
Nationwide Rank 1883

Quick Facts

Arlington, Washington is the 1,883rd largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Arlington, Washington is a city.

Arlington, Washington is as large as it has ever been. In 2017 Arlington had its largest population ever.

Arlington, Washington is growing moderately quickly. It is growing faster than 86% of similarly sized cities since 2000.

Arlington, Washington Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
1873 Mineola, New York 19,387 0.7%
1874 Stillwater, Minnesota 19,368 24.1%
1875 Pinole, California 19,364 0.9%
1876 Central Falls, Rhode Island 19,359 2.1%
1877 Montrose, Colorado 19,305 48.3%
1878 Ennis, Texas 19,261 17.0%
1879 Carlisle, Pennsylvania 19,259 6.1%
1880 McKeesport, Pennsylvania 19,245 -19.5%
1881 Tullahoma, Tennessee 19,229 6.4%
1882 Broadview Heights, Ohio 19,227 20.1%
1883 Arlington, Washington 19,212 54.0%
1884 Boone, North Carolina 19,205 41.9%
1885 Kuna, Idaho 19,200 198.3%
1886 Murray, Kentucky 19,200 25.8%
1887 Brigham City, Utah 19,182 9.7%
1888 Eloy, Arizona 19,168 82.3%
1889 South Burlington, Vermont 19,141 28.0%
1890 Oroville, California 19,121 36.7%
1891 Hawthorne, New Jersey 19,101 4.8%
1892 Homewood, Illinois 19,089 -2.2%
1893 Alsip, Illinois 19,079 -3.1%

Similarly Sized Cities In Washington

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
1005 Lynnwood 38,273 13.1%
1025 Longview 37,602 8.3%
1030 Issaquah 37,487 116.6%
1100 Mount Vernon 35,051 30.9%
1127 Wenatchee 33,962 18.1%
1144 University Place 33,401 11.2%
1148 Pullman 33,354 33.2%
1164 Walla Walla 32,854 7.6%
1168 Lake Stevens 32,785 159.2%
1218 Des Moines 31,238 5.5%
1298 SeaTac 29,140 14.5%
1457 Maple Valley 25,758 81.3%
1482 Mercer Island 25,261 14.4%
1537 Bainbridge Island 24,522 20.1%
1606 Camas 23,331 80.6%
1607 Moses Lake 23,328 51.0%
1612 Oak Harbor 23,187 17.1%
1626 Tumwater 22,973 55.8%
1632 Kenmore 22,867 22.1%
1715 Mukilteo 21,469 18.5%
1721 Mountlake Terrace 21,337 4.3%
1753 Covington 20,916 47.4%
1758 Mill Creek 20,832 48.8%
1770 Bonney Lake 20,675 74.1%
1778 Battle Ground 20,576 104.9%
1798 Ellensburg 20,326 30.7%
1812 Tukwila 20,144 17.3%
1831 Port Angeles 19,872 7.8%
1883 Arlington 19,212 54.0%
1917 Monroe 18,789 35.1%
2054 Centralia 17,216 15.9%
2066 Anacortes 16,953 16.1%
2121 Aberdeen 16,462 0.2%
2128 Sunnyside 16,407 15.4%
2200 Washougal 15,711 79.6%
2311 West Richland 14,596 71.9%
2347 Lynden 14,259 48.9%
2372 Ferndale 14,026 57.0%
2377 Port Orchard 13,997 79.2%
2381 East Wenatchee 13,983 19.5%
2458 Snoqualmie 13,500 634.4%
2471 Lake Forest Park 13,392 4.2%
2614 Cheney 12,446 40.5%
2665 Kelso 12,130 2.2%
2689 Woodinville 11,997 22.1%
2714 Sedro-Woolley 11,838 32.2%
2721 Enumclaw 11,784 6.2%
2744 Newcastle 11,681 48.1%
2823 Edgewood 11,213 22.8%
2843 Grandview 11,129 31.0%
2915 Poulsbo 10,670 50.2%
3032 Fife 10,154 111.4%
3034 Shelton 10,146 19.9%
3047 Sumner 10,093 17.0%
3049 Snohomish 10,089 13.2%
3082 Liberty Lake 9,893 182.4%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 19,212 1,883
2016 19,112 1,880
2015 18,949 1,886
2014 18,808 1,889
2013 18,664 1,888
2012 18,317 1,906
2011 18,070 1,911
2010 17,926 1,908
2009 17,236 1,935
2008 17,057 1,940
2007 16,709 1,954
2006 16,152 1,990
2005 15,364 2,046
2004 14,640 2,109
2003 14,057 2,156
2002 13,580 2,195
2001 13,080 2,250
2000 12,475 2,321
1990 4,296 4,476