Latest Data (2017)
Population 17,657
Nationwide Rank 2016

Quick Facts

Centerville, Utah is the 2,016th largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Centerville, Utah is a city.

Centerville, Utah is as large as it has ever been. In 2017 Centerville had its largest population ever.

Centerville, Utah is growing somewhat quickly. It is growing faster than 69% of similarly sized cities since 2000.

Centerville, Utah Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
2006 Canby, Oregon 17,759 38.1%
2007 Elizabeth City, North Carolina 17,756 2.9%
2008 Logansport, Indiana 17,755 -9.9%
2009 Sartell, Minnesota 17,752 80.7%
2010 Menasha, Wisconsin 17,748 8.1%
2011 Vincennes, Indiana 17,729 -5.0%
2012 Hinsdale, Illinois 17,705 1.3%
2013 Albert Lea, Minnesota 17,703 -3.9%
2014 Ocean Springs, Mississippi 17,682 2.4%
2015 Radford, Virginia 17,658 11.3%
2016 Centerville, Utah 17,657 20.7%
2017 Godfrey, Illinois 17,650 5.0%
2018 Harrison, New Jersey 17,643 22.3%
2019 Moraga, California 17,630 7.8%
2020 Hannibal, Missouri 17,590 -0.9%
2021 Avon, Indiana 17,568 102.9%
2022 St. Michael, Minnesota 17,565 87.7%
2023 Fort Mill, South Carolina 17,557 118.5%
2024 Maitland, Florida 17,554 20.9%
2025 Tallmadge, Ohio 17,552 6.7%
2026 Imperial, California 17,550 127.5%

Similarly Sized Cities In Utah

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
1109 Tooele 34,628 49.7%
1126 Cottonwood Heights 33,996 -3.2%
1149 Springville 33,294 60.6%
1154 Midvale 33,208 22.6%
1189 Eagle Mountain 32,204 982.1%
1199 Cedar City 31,806 53.4%
1200 Kaysville 31,776 55.5%
1213 Clearfield 31,363 20.6%
1241 Holladay 30,709 16.7%
1280 Saratoga Springs 29,608 2257.3%
1283 American Fork 29,527 30.4%
1284 Syracuse 29,507 198.0%
1426 Washington 26,405 217.3%
1508 South Salt Lake 24,956 13.4%
1568 Farmington 24,066 96.5%
1683 Clinton 21,971 71.7%
1783 North Salt Lake 20,507 132.4%
1828 Payson 19,892 51.4%
1868 North Ogden 19,465 28.6%
1887 Brigham City 19,182 9.7%
1903 Highland 18,957 130.2%
2016 Centerville 17,657 20.7%
2057 Hurricane 17,135 105.0%
2059 South Ogden 17,101 19.3%
2193 Heber 15,792 108.6%
2453 West Haven 13,532 237.7%
2459 Bluffdale 13,484 185.2%
2748 Santaquin 11,652 124.1%
2795 Smithfield 11,374 55.7%
2797 Woods Cross 11,362 74.1%
2861 Grantsville 11,000 79.6%
2870 Lindon 10,968 30.2%
2923 North Logan 10,646 69.7%
2932 West Point 10,603 74.3%
2984 Alpine 10,371 42.2%
2999 Cedar Hills 10,334 206.4%
3006 Vernal 10,291 33.7%
3010 Pleasant View 10,287 80.6%
3116 Mapleton 9,773 66.3%
3234 Washington Terrace 9,152 7.1%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 17,657 2,016
2016 17,286 2,037
2015 16,877 2,048
2014 16,819 2,045
2013 16,624 2,051
2012 16,203 2,086
2011 15,584 2,140
2010 15,335 2,150
2009 16,176 2,042
2008 15,718 2,065
2007 15,386 2,081
2006 15,109 2,098
2005 14,869 2,104
2004 14,656 2,103
2003 14,729 2,078
2002 14,679 2,073
2001 14,731 2,043
2000 14,624 2,041
1990 11,536 2,196