Latest Data (2016)
Population 25,865
Nationwide Rank 1440

Quick Facts

Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina is the 1,440th largest city in the United States as of 2016.

Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina is a town.

Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina is as large as it has ever been. In 2016 Fuquay-Varina had its largest population ever.

Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina is growing extremely quickly. It is growing faster than 99% of similarly sized cities since 2000.

Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
1430 Lafayette, California 26,103 8.4%
1431 Kingsville, Texas 26,071 2.1%
1432 Twentynine Palms, California 26,049 -9.8%
1433 Madison, Mississippi 26,031 37.1%
1434 Chaska, Minnesota 26,016 45.7%
1435 Coronado, California 25,952 7.5%
1436 Neenah, Wisconsin 25,914 5.5%
1437 Daphne, Alabama 25,913 54.3%
1438 South Pasadena, California 25,913 6.6%
1439 Watertown, New York 25,900 -2.7%
1440 Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina 25,865 215.5%
1441 Prior Lake, Minnesota 25,863 58.3%
1442 Laurel, Maryland 25,853 22.1%
1443 Cabot, Arkansas 25,797 66.9%
1444 New Smyrna Beach, Florida 25,796 25.3%
1445 Lemoore, California 25,785 30.2%
1446 Florence, Arizona 25,779 48.9%
1447 Owatonna, Minnesota 25,773 14.0%
1448 Troy, Ohio 25,770 16.5%
1449 Lebanon, Pennsylvania 25,726 5.3%
1450 Clinton, Iowa 25,719 -7.1%

Similarly Sized Cities In North Carolina

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
761 Wilson 49,620 10.1%
798 Kannapolis 47,839 27.9%
810 Apex 47,349 122.9%
931 Hickory 40,567 7.6%
943 Wake Forest 40,112 206.7%
997 Indian Trail 38,222 180.5%
1044 Mooresville 36,543 87.4%
1065 Goldsboro 35,792 -10.8%
1094 Monroe 34,818 27.1%
1119 Salisbury 34,001 11.1%
1145 Holly Springs 33,260 228.5%
1199 Matthews 31,495 36.4%
1254 New Bern 30,101 29.3%
1285 Sanford 29,128 24.1%
1300 Garner 28,776 52.8%
1315 Cornelius 28,515 101.2%
1381 Thomasville 27,030 10.2%
1406 Statesville 26,506 12.6%
1421 Mint Hill 26,236 51.8%
1428 Asheboro 26,141 17.7%
1440 Fuquay-Varina 25,865 215.5%
1513 Morrisville 24,732 344.1%
1553 Kernersville 24,066 27.6%
1704 Lumberton 21,499 1.7%
1716 Carrboro 21,265 20.1%
1738 Kinston 20,923 -12.1%
1791 Clayton 20,260 135.7%
1792 Shelby 20,260 -2.8%
1794 Havelock 20,244 -9.8%
1800 Clemmons 20,079 26.8%
1883 Lexington 19,105 -4.1%
1904 Leland 18,843 357.0%
1905 Boone 18,834 39.1%
1978 Lenoir 17,973 -0.8%
1981 Elizabeth City 17,926 3.9%
2083 Morganton 16,665 -4.3%
2140 Hope Mills 16,227 33.1%
2159 Albemarle 16,004 -0.1%
2165 Pinehurst 15,945 62.5%
2215 Laurinburg 15,473 -3.0%
2227 Stallings 15,378 113.4%
2228 Eden 15,376 -3.0%
2230 Harrisburg 15,349 226.8%
2241 Roanoke Rapids 15,171 -10.7%
2242 Henderson 15,166 -7.2%
2283 Knightdale 14,794 134.3%
2290 Graham 14,707 11.1%
2313 Mount Holly 14,495 49.7%
2350 Waxhaw 14,194 360.2%
2355 Mebane 14,117 84.7%
2371 Reidsville 13,977 -4.6%
2392 Hendersonville 13,840 20.9%
2403 Southern Pines 13,782 24.0%
2412 Lewisville 13,710 16.9%
2488 Spring Lake 13,168 5.3%
2508 Newton 13,042 2.5%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2016 25,865 1,440
2015 23,907 1,555
2014 22,644 1,608
2013 21,277 1,677
2012 19,929 1,757
2011 19,102 1,802
2010 17,937 1,907
2009 17,910 1,855
2008 16,927 1,954
2007 15,291 2,092
2006 13,840 2,244
2005 12,381 2,432
2004 11,289 2,572
2003 10,264 2,758
2002 9,257 2,947
2001 8,701 3,057
2000 8,198 3,183
1990 4,512 4,341