Latest Data (2016)
Population 110,323
Nationwide Rank 265

Quick Facts

Billings, Montana is the 265th largest city in the United States as of 2016.

Billings, Montana is a city.

Billings, Montana is as large as it has ever been. In 2016 Billings had its largest population ever.

Billings, Montana's growth is about average. 41% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Billings, Montana Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
255 College Station, Texas 112,141 62.7%
256 Elgin, Illinois 112,123 18.1%
257 Murrieta, California 111,674 115.5%
258 Gresham, Oregon 111,523 23.0%
259 High Point, North Carolina 111,223 28.4%
260 Antioch, California 110,898 21.1%
261 Inglewood, California 110,654 -1.8%
262 Cambridge, Massachusetts 110,651 8.8%
263 Lowell, Massachusetts 110,558 5.1%
264 Manchester, New Hampshire 110,506 3.0%
265 Billings, Montana 110,323 19.9%
266 Pueblo, Colorado 110,291 7.9%
267 Palm Bay, Florida 110,104 38.2%
268 Centennial, Colorado 109,932 7.3%
269 Richmond, California 109,813 10.2%
270 San Buenaventura (Ventura), California 109,592 8.2%
271 Pompano Beach, Florida 109,393 9.0%
272 North Charleston, South Carolina 109,298 33.8%
273 Everett, Washington 109,043 13.2%
274 Waterbury, Connecticut 108,272 0.8%
275 West Palm Beach, Florida 108,161 30.5%

Similarly Sized Cities In Montana

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
265 Billings 110,323 19.9%
486 Missoula 72,364 25.3%
631 Great Falls 59,178 3.6%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2016 110,323 265
2015 110,263 261
2014 108,869 262
2013 109,059 256
2012 106,954 258
2011 105,521 261
2010 104,170 260
2009 105,845 244
2008 103,959 248
2007 101,798 254
2006 100,185 257
2005 98,656 257
2004 96,894 265
2003 95,332 271
2002 94,037 271
2001 92,916 270
2000 91,950 272
1990 81,469 270