What is the current population of Denton?

Based on the latest 2020 data from the US census, the current population of Denton is 141,541. Denton, Texas is the 188th largest city in the US.

What was the peak population of Denton?

The current population of Denton (141,541) is it's peak population.

How quickly is Denton growing?

Denton has grown 69.2% since the 2000. Denton, Texas is growing moderately quickly; it is growing faster than 89% of similarly sized cities since 2000.

What county is Denton, Texas in?

Denton is located entirely in Denton County.

What is the population density of Denton, Texas?

Denton has a population density of 1,289.1 people per square mile.

What is the size of Denton, Texas in square miles?

Denton has an area of 88.0 square miles.

What is the voting age population of Denton, Texas?

The total voting age population of Denton, Texas, meaning US citizens 18 or older, is 98,581. The voting age population is 46.7% male and 53.3% female.

What percentage of Denton, Texas residents are senior citizens?

According to the latest census statistics, 11.4% of the residents of Denton are 65 or older.

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2019 141,541 188
2018 138,541 196
2017 136,268 195
2016 133,808 200
2015 131,044 202
2014 128,205 209
2013 123,099 217
2012 121,123 216
2011 118,003 221
2010 113,383 229
2009 122,830 202
2008 119,754 207
2007 116,316 211
2006 110,868 221
2005 104,981 234
2004 101,384 247
2003 96,097 266
2002 92,668 277
2001 87,669 296
2000 83,641 316
1990 66,693 355

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2019
178 Murfreesboro, Tennessee 146,900 107.3%
179 Midland, Texas 146,038 53.7%
180 Rockford, Illinois 145,609 -4.0%
181 Paterson, New Jersey 145,233 -2.7%
182 Savannah, Georgia 144,464 8.8%
183 Bridgeport, Connecticut 144,399 3.4%
184 Torrance, California 143,592 3.8%
185 McAllen, Texas 143,268 33.8%
186 Syracuse, New York 142,327 -2.5%
187 Surprise, Arizona 141,664 337.9%
188 Denton, Texas 141,541 69.2%
189 Roseville, California 141,500 74.0%
190 Thornton, Colorado 141,464 69.8%
191 Miramar, Florida 141,191 89.3%
192 Pasadena, California 141,029 4.8%
193 Mesquite, Texas 140,937 12.7%
194 Olathe, Kansas 140,545 49.7%
195 Dayton, Ohio 140,407 -15.3%
196 Carrollton, Texas 139,248 26.3%
197 Waco, Texas 139,236 21.4%
198 Orange, California 138,669 6.7%

Similarly Sized Cities In Texas

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2019
79 Laredo 262,491 46.2%
83 Lubbock 258,862 29.2%
94 Garland 239,928 11.0%
95 Irving 239,798 24.9%
116 Frisco 200,490 468.2%
118 Amarillo 199,371 14.5%
121 McKinney 199,177 255.7%
130 Grand Prairie 194,543 51.8%
141 Brownsville 182,781 27.4%
172 Killeen 151,666 68.2%
174 Pasadena 151,227 6.5%
179 Midland 146,038 53.7%
185 McAllen 143,268 33.8%
188 Denton 141,541 69.2%
193 Mesquite 140,937 12.7%
196 Carrollton 139,248 26.3%
197 Waco 139,236 21.4%
208 Round Rock 133,372 119.8%
225 Abilene 123,420 6.5%
226 Odessa 123,334 36.2%
228 Pearland 122,460 165.8%
234 Richardson 121,323 31.4%
239 Sugar Land 118,488 82.5%
242 College Station 117,911 71.1%
245 Beaumont 116,825 2.9%
280 Lewisville 109,212 39.3%
286 League City 107,536 134.4%
288 Tyler 106,985 26.6%
292 Allen 105,623 134.2%
295 Wichita Falls 104,683 0.5%
308 Edinburg 101,170 106.7%
312 San Angelo 101,004 14.2%
366 Conroe 91,079 134.0%
369 New Braunfels 90,209 133.8%
389 Bryan 86,276 30.8%
407 Mission 84,331 81.6%
423 Longview 81,631 11.9%
438 Georgetown 79,604 178.3%
439 Cedar Park 79,462 204.1%
443 Flower Mound 79,135 52.8%
444 Pharr 79,112 66.9%
448 Temple 78,439 42.0%
459 Baytown 77,192 15.8%
471 Missouri City 75,457 41.0%
499 Mansfield 72,419 154.8%

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