Latest Data (2016)
Population 63,118
Nationwide Rank 578

Quick Facts

Auburn, Alabama is the 578th largest city in the United States as of 2016.

Auburn, Alabama is a city.

Auburn, Alabama is as large as it has ever been. In 2016 Auburn had its largest population ever.

Auburn, Alabama is growing somewhat quickly. It is growing faster than 72% of similarly sized cities since 2000.

Auburn, Alabama Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
568 Janesville, Wisconsin 64,159 6.1%
569 Cheyenne, Wyoming 64,019 19.8%
570 Eden Prairie, Minnesota 63,914 15.6%
571 Wellington, Florida 63,900 64.5%
572 Jupiter, Florida 63,813 60.0%
573 Sammamish, Washington 63,773 83.2%
574 Lorain, Ohio 63,730 -7.2%
575 Pico Rivera, California 63,635 0.2%
576 Montebello, California 63,335 1.7%
577 Encinitas, California 63,131 8.5%
578 Auburn, Alabama 63,118 36.1%
579 Waltham, Massachusetts 63,002 6.3%
580 Blaine, Minnesota 62,892 38.3%
581 Haverhill, Massachusetts 62,873 6.3%
582 Rocklin, California 62,787 68.5%
583 Tulare, California 62,779 36.8%
584 Council Bluffs, Iowa 62,524 7.1%
585 Redmond, Washington 62,458 36.8%
586 Coon Rapids, Minnesota 62,359 1.0%
587 North Miami, Florida 62,139 3.9%
588 Hamilton, Ohio 62,127 2.5%

Similarly Sized Cities In Alabama

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
306 Tuscaloosa 99,543 26.5%
389 Hoover 84,978 34.0%
515 Dothan 68,468 17.4%
578 Auburn 63,118 36.1%
681 Decatur 55,072 1.8%
795 Madison 47,959 60.9%
949 Florence 39,959 9.9%
1029 Phenix City 37,132 30.6%
1064 Gadsden 35,837 -7.8%
1074 Prattville 35,606 36.3%
1100 Vestavia Hills 34,688 12.2%
1157 Alabaster 32,948 36.7%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2016 63,118 578
2015 62,059 585
2014 60,258 599
2013 58,582 615
2012 56,908 629
2011 54,872 647
2010 53,380 660
2009 57,828 581
2008 56,287 591
2007 55,652 590
2006 54,505 608
2005 53,004 622
2004 51,139 647
2003 49,497 658
2002 48,425 665
2001 47,113 684
2000 46,345 687
1990 34,620 790