Latest Data (2016)
Population 1,317,929
Nationwide Rank 9

Quick Facts

Dallas, Texas is the 9th largest city in the United States as of 2016.

Dallas, Texas is a city.

Dallas, Texas is as large as it has ever been. In 2016 Dallas had its largest population ever.

Dallas, Texas's growth is below average. 62% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Dallas, Texas Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
1 New York, New York 8,537,673 6.5%
2 Los Angeles, California 3,976,322 7.3%
3 Chicago, Illinois 2,704,958 -6.5%
4 Houston, Texas 2,303,482 16.4%
5 Phoenix, Arizona 1,615,017 21.7%
6 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1,567,872 3.5%
7 San Antonio, Texas 1,492,510 28.2%
8 San Diego, California 1,406,630 14.6%
9 Dallas, Texas 1,317,929 10.6%
10 San Jose, California 1,025,350 13.4%
11 Austin, Texas 947,890 41.0%
12 Jacksonville, Florida 880,619 19.5%
13 San Francisco, California 870,887 12.0%
14 Columbus, Ohio 860,090 20.1%
15 Indianapolis, Indiana 855,164 9.3%
16 Fort Worth, Texas 854,113 56.4%
17 Charlotte, North Carolina 842,051 47.7%
18 Seattle, Washington 704,352 24.8%
19 Denver, Colorado 693,060 24.6%

Similarly Sized Cities In Texas

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
4 Houston 2,303,482 16.4%
7 San Antonio 1,492,510 28.2%
9 Dallas 1,317,929 10.6%
11 Austin 947,890 41.0%
16 Fort Worth 854,113 56.4%
20 El Paso 683,080 20.9%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2016 1,317,929 9
2015 1,300,092 9
2014 1,281,047 9
2013 1,257,676 9
2012 1,241,162 9
2011 1,217,821 9
2010 1,197,816 9
2009 1,299,542 9
2008 1,279,539 9
2007 1,266,372 9
2006 1,255,211 9
2005 1,246,185 9
2004 1,234,212 9
2003 1,219,927 8
2002 1,208,225 8
2001 1,199,534 8
2000 1,190,731 8
1990 1,006,646 8
1980 904,078 7
1970 844,401 8
1960 679,684 14
1950 434,462 22
1940 294,734 31
1930 260,475 33
1920 158,976 42
1910 92,104 58
1900 42,638 88
1890 38,067 77