Latest Data (2016)
Population 55,687
Nationwide Rank 673

Quick Facts

Bradenton, Florida is the 673rd largest city in the United States as of 2016.

Bradenton, Florida is a city.

Bradenton, Florida is as large as it has ever been. In 2016 Bradenton had its largest population ever.

Bradenton, Florida's growth is about average. 59% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Bradenton, Florida Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
663 Sarasota, Florida 56,610 7.7%
664 Greenwood, Indiana 56,545 53.9%
665 Fountain Valley, California 56,529 2.7%
666 Valdosta, Georgia 56,474 22.3%
667 Oak Lawn, Illinois 56,257 1.8%
668 Novato, California 56,004 17.1%
669 Chicopee, Massachusetts 55,991 2.2%
670 Weymouth Town, Massachusetts 55,972
671 Dearborn Heights, Michigan 55,761 -4.4%
672 Berwyn, Illinois 55,748 3.3%
673 Bradenton, Florida 55,687 11.2%
674 Hempstead, New York 55,555 4.4%
675 Hanford, California 55,547 32.3%
676 Rocky Mount, North Carolina 55,466 -5.7%
677 Port Arthur, Texas 55,427 -3.8%
678 Shoreline, Washington 55,333 4.0%
679 Kettering, Ohio 55,306 -4.0%
680 Anderson, Indiana 55,130 -7.5%
681 Decatur, Alabama 55,072 1.8%
682 Gilroy, California 55,069 32.0%
683 Richland, Washington 54,989 41.2%

Similarly Sized Cities In Florida

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
267 Palm Bay 110,104 38.2%
271 Pompano Beach 109,393 9.0%
275 West Palm Beach 108,161 30.5%
281 Lakeland 106,420 25.1%
298 Davie 101,871 23.9%
319 Boca Raton 96,114 15.5%
336 Sunrise 93,734 8.9%
341 Plantation 92,706 11.5%
345 Miami Beach 91,917 4.3%
356 Deltona 90,124 28.6%
387 Palm Coast 85,109 156.4%
403 Largo 83,065 11.4%
416 Melbourne 81,185 10.9%
426 Deerfield Beach 79,764 7.1%
443 Fort Myers 77,146 48.4%
457 Boynton Beach 75,569 24.7%
491 Lauderhill 71,626 7.0%
502 Weston 70,015 37.7%
505 Kissimmee 69,369 41.1%
520 Homestead 67,996 113.0%
529 Delray Beach 67,371 11.6%
540 Daytona Beach 66,645 4.4%
554 Tamarac 65,199 16.5%
565 North Port 64,274 176.4%
571 Wellington 63,900 64.5%
572 Jupiter 63,813 60.0%
587 North Miami 62,139 3.9%
601 Port Orange 61,105 31.1%
623 Coconut Creek 59,405 34.3%
626 Ocala 59,253 24.6%
641 Sanford 58,605 49.5%
647 Doral 57,947 174.2%
648 Margate 57,870 7.2%
663 Sarasota 56,610 7.7%
673 Bradenton 55,687 11.2%
699 Bonita Springs 54,198 64.0%
703 Pensacola 53,779 -4.1%
704 Palm Beach Gardens 53,778 48.1%
732 Pinellas Park 52,137 10.5%
750 Coral Gables 50,815 18.9%
765 Apopka 49,458 77.8%
800 St. Cloud 47,809 117.6%
829 Titusville 46,019 12.2%
836 Fort Pierce 45,295 12.4%
842 Ocoee 44,820 80.6%
844 Cutler Bay 44,707 47.5%
852 Oakland Park 44,326 5.2%
858 North Miami Beach 43,891 5.1%
864 North Lauderdale 43,699 13.2%
866 Altamonte Springs 43,492 5.3%
896 Ormond Beach 42,162 15.3%
902 Winter Garden 41,988 170.0%
946 Greenacres 40,013 40.2%
960 Hallandale Beach 39,500 14.9%
968 Oviedo 39,337 48.7%
977 Winter Haven 38,953 42.0%
1000 Plant City 38,200 26.4%
1006 Royal Palm Beach 38,006 72.9%
1010 Lake Worth 37,812 6.1%
1014 Aventura 37,724 49.3%
1018 Panama City 37,635 2.2%
1048 Dunedin 36,381 0.3%
1075 Winter Springs 35,599 14.3%
1078 Cooper City 35,405 24.5%
1095 Lauderdale Lakes 34,790 11.3%
1112 Riviera Beach 34,244 14.5%
1131 Clermont 33,549 221.4%
1181 Estero 32,140
1195 DeLand 31,569
1198 Parkland 31,507 119.2%
1202 Dania Beach 31,422 14.8%
1223 Miami Lakes 30,873 36.2%
1252 Winter Park 30,208 8.3%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2016 55,687 673
2015 54,437 690
2014 52,769 704
2013 51,763 711
2012 50,672 721
2011 49,986 721
2010 49,546 715
2009 53,973 644
2008 53,653 644
2007 53,354 636
2006 53,527 625
2005 53,962 609
2004 53,180 613
2003 52,776 617
2002 51,591 623
2001 50,103 631
2000 50,044 625
1990 43,665 614