Latest Data (2018)
Population 8,491
Nationwide Rank 3423

Quick Facts

Fallon, Nevada is the 3,423rd largest city in the United States as of 2018.

Fallon, Nevada is a city.

Fallon, Nevada is currently 1.3% smaller than it was in 2010, the year of its peak recorded population.

Fallon, Nevada's growth is about average. 40% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Fallon, Nevada Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2018
3413 Kennedale, Texas 8,543 42.3%
3414 Sanger, Texas 8,540 79.9%
3415 Clinton, North Carolina 8,529 -1.0%
3416 Port Wentworth, Georgia 8,518 161.3%
3417 Park Hills, Missouri 8,515 8.0%
3418 Malverne, New York 8,514 -4.7%
3419 Park City, Utah 8,504 13.9%
3420 Hailey, Idaho 8,501 34.4%
3421 Willowbrook, Illinois 8,493 -6.1%
3422 Harrodsburg, Kentucky 8,492 4.0%
3423 Fallon, Nevada 8,491 6.4%
3424 Guntersville, Alabama 8,482 10.2%
3425 Sunset Hills, Missouri 8,480 2.4%
3426 Seneca, South Carolina 8,479 9.9%
3427 Albion, Michigan 8,477 -7.1%
3428 Hillsboro, Texas 8,472 0.6%
3429 Salem, Utah 8,469 81.7%
3430 Mason, Michigan 8,458 17.1%
3431 Orrville, Ohio 8,450 -1.4%
3432 Sallisaw, Oklahoma 8,450 4.8%
3433 Greenville, Michigan 8,449 5.6%

Similarly Sized Cities In Nevada

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2018
2190 Boulder City 15,977 6.2%
3423 Fallon 8,491 6.4%
3681 Winnemucca 7,763 9.2%
5198 West Wendover 4,265 -10.3%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2018 8,491 3,423
2017 8,409 3,434
2016 8,470 3,396
2015 8,458 3,389
2014 8,349 3,412
2013 8,390 3,382
2012 8,453 3,351
2011 8,526 3,308
2010 8,606 3,271
2009 8,544 3,269
2008 8,460 3,276
2007 8,388 3,278
2006 8,273 3,284
2005 8,120 3,306
2004 7,973 3,328
2003 7,943 3,319
2002 7,988 3,285
2001 8,050 3,242
2000 7,980 3,246
1990 6,138 3,540