Latest Data (2017)
Population 673,104
Nationwide Rank 23

Quick Facts

Detroit, Michigan is the 23rd largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Detroit, Michigan is a city.

Detroit, Michigan is currently 63.6% smaller than it was in 1950, the year of its peak recorded population.

Detroit, Michigan's growth is extremely below average. 100% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Detroit, Michigan Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
13 San Francisco, California 884,363 13.7%
14 Columbus, Ohio 879,170 22.7%
15 Fort Worth, Texas 874,168 60.1%
16 Indianapolis, Indiana 863,002 10.3%
17 Charlotte, North Carolina 859,035 50.7%
18 Seattle, Washington 724,745 28.4%
19 Denver, Colorado 704,621 26.7%
20 Washington, District of Columbia 693,972 21.3%
21 Boston, Massachusetts 685,094 16.0%
22 El Paso, Texas 683,577 21.0%
23 Detroit, Michigan 673,104 -28.7%
24 Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 667,560 22.2%
25 Memphis, Tennessee 652,236 -5.4%
26 Portland, Oregon 647,805 22.2%
27 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 643,648 26.8%
28 Las Vegas, Nevada 641,676 32.4%
29 Louisville/Jefferson County, Kentucky 621,349 12.1%
30 Baltimore, Maryland 611,648 -5.7%
31 Milwaukee, Wisconsin 595,351 -0.2%
32 Albuquerque, New Mexico 558,545 23.9%
33 Tucson, Arizona 535,677 9.4%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 673,104 23
2016 672,795 23
2015 677,116 21
2014 680,250 18
2013 688,701 18
2012 701,475 18
2011 706,201 18
2010 713,777 18
2009 910,921 11
2008 912,632 11
2007 917,234 11
2006 918,849 10
2005 921,149 10
2004 924,016 10
2003 926,903 10
2002 928,870 10
2001 936,905 10
2000 945,297 10
1990 1,027,946 7
1980 1,203,339 6
1970 1,511,482 5
1960 1,670,144 5
1950 1,849,568 5
1940 1,623,452 4
1930 1,568,662 4
1920 993,078 4
1910 465,766 9
1900 285,704 13
1890 205,876 15
1880 116,340 18
1870 79,577 18
1860 45,619 19
1850 21,019 30
1840 9,102 40