Latest Data (2016)
Population 385,809
Nationwide Rank 51

Quick Facts

Cleveland, Ohio is the 51st largest city in the United States as of 2016.

Cleveland, Ohio is a city.

Cleveland, Ohio is currently 57.8% smaller than it was in 1950, the year of its peak recorded population.

Cleveland, Ohio's growth is extremely below average. 99% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Cleveland, Ohio Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
41 Raleigh, North Carolina 458,880 58.1%
42 Miami, Florida 453,579 24.8%
43 Virginia Beach, Virginia 452,602 6.1%
44 Omaha, Nebraska 446,970 9.0%
45 Oakland, California 420,005 4.8%
46 Minneapolis, Minnesota 413,651 8.1%
47 Tulsa, Oklahoma 403,090 2.6%
48 Arlington, Texas 392,772 17.3%
49 New Orleans, Louisiana 391,495 -19.0%
50 Wichita, Kansas 389,902 10.6%
51 Cleveland, Ohio 385,809 -19.0%
52 Tampa, Florida 377,165 24.0%
53 Bakersfield, California 376,380 53.6%
54 Aurora, Colorado 361,710 30.1%
55 Honolulu, Hawaii 351,792 -5.1%
56 Anaheim, California 351,043 6.6%
57 Santa Ana, California 334,217 -1.2%
58 Corpus Christi, Texas 325,733 17.4%
59 Riverside, California 324,722 25.6%
60 Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky 318,449 21.9%
61 St. Louis, Missouri 311,404 -10.2%

Similarly Sized Cities In Ohio

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
51 Cleveland 385,809 -19.0%
65 Cincinnati 298,800 -9.7%
72 Toledo 278,508 -11.2%
118 Akron 197,633 -8.8%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2016 385,809 51
2015 388,072 51
2014 389,521 48
2013 390,113 48
2012 390,928 48
2011 392,694 46
2010 396,815 45
2009 431,369 43
2008 434,023 41
2007 438,068 41
2006 442,409 40
2005 449,188 40
2004 455,798 38
2003 461,622 36
2002 467,079 35
2001 471,930 34
2000 476,574 34
1990 505,450 23
1980 573,822 18
1970 750,903 10
1960 876,050 8
1950 914,808 7
1940 878,336 6
1930 900,429 6
1920 796,841 5
1910 560,663 6
1900 381,768 7
1890 261,353 10
1880 160,146 11
1870 92,829 15
1860 43,417 21
1850 17,034 41
1840 6,071 67