Latest Data (2018)
Population 57
Nationwide Rank 19011

Quick Facts

Garden City, South Dakota is the 19,011th largest city in the United States as of 2018.

Garden City, South Dakota is a town.

Garden City, South Dakota is currently 38.7% smaller than it was in 1990, the year of its peak recorded population.

Garden City, South Dakota's growth is about average. 60% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2018
19001 Rives, Missouri 58 -34.0%
19002 Rodney, Iowa 58 -21.6%
19003 Steele City, Nebraska 58 -30.9%
19004 Tintah, Minnesota 58 -26.5%
19005 Virginia, Nebraska 58 -13.4%
19006 West Hampton Dunes, New York 58 383.3%
19007 Wooldridge, Missouri 58 38.0%
19008 Worth, Missouri 58 -38.2%
19009 Belvidere, South Dakota 57 -5.0%
19010 Eldorado, Maryland 57 -5.0%
19011 Garden City, South Dakota 57 -20.8%
19012 Harris, Missouri 57 -45.7%
19013 Milton, North Dakota 57 -32.9%
19014 Nome, North Dakota 57 -18.5%
19015 Northboro, Iowa 57 -5.0%
19016 Ohiopyle, Pennsylvania 57 -27.8%
19017 Petrey, Alabama 57 -9.5%
19018 Powersville, Missouri 57 -33.7%
19019 Royal, Nebraska 57 -24.0%
19020 Sciota, Illinois 57 -1.7%
19021 Clayton, Kansas 56 -15.1%

Similarly Sized Cities In South Dakota

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2018
18191 Pringle 109 -12.8%
18194 Stockholm 109 3.8%
18210 Revillo 108 -26.5%
18217 Brandt 107 -5.3%
18219 Corona 107 -4.4%
18237 Glenham 106 -23.1%
18259 Herrick 105 0.9%
18271 Eden 104 7.2%
18292 Interior 103 33.7%
18304 Cresbard 102 -28.1%
18346 Badger 99 -31.2%
18348 Canova 99 -29.2%
18371 Hitchcock 98 -9.2%
18427 Fairburn 94 17.5%
18468 Fulton 92 6.9%
18513 Davis 89 -14.4%
18532 Hazel 88 -16.1%
18542 Wallace 88 2.3%
18545 Dante 87 6.0%
18591 Andover 84 -15.1%
18622 Wasta 83 10.6%
18653 Sherman 81 -6.8%
18657 Agar 80 -2.4%
18660 Brentford 80 23.0%
18689 Bradley 78 -29.7%
18691 Claire City 78 -8.2%
18717 New Witten 76 49.0%
18737 Stratford 75 -21.8%
18763 Fairview 72 -24.2%
18773 Olivet 72 2.8%
18786 Strandburg 71 2.8%
18795 Draper 70 -23.0%
18824 Morristown 69 -15.8%
18832 Twin Brooks 69 25.4%
18848 Utica 68 -20.9%
18853 Fruitdale 67 8.0%
18860 La Bolt 67 -22.0%
18864 Ortley 67 24.0%
18877 Mound City 66 -21.4%
18905 Bushnell 64 -14.6%
18906 Camp Crook 64 16.3%
18926 Quinn 63 43.1%
18927 Ravinia 63 -20.2%
18930 Wood 63 -4.5%
18932 Brant Lake 62
18939 Orient 62 8.7%
18951 Ree Heights 61 -27.3%
18981 Lane 59 0.0%
19009 Belvidere 57 -5.0%
19011 Garden City 57 -20.8%
19051 Lake City 54 14.8%
19059 Grenville 53 -14.5%
19063 Raymond 53 -38.3%
19077 Nunda 52 10.6%
19103 Turton 50 -18.0%
19104 Ward 50 21.9%
19124 Akaska 48 54.8%
19132 Naples 48 92.0%
19141 Hetland 47 9.3%
19167 Vienna 45 -42.3%
19170 Erwin 44 -24.1%
19174 Lebanon 44 -48.2%
19234 Dolton 38 -7.3%
19238 Seneca 38 -34.4%
19247 Tolstoy 37 -42.1%
19261 Broadland 35 -7.8%
19271 Altamont 34 -10.5%
19290 Rockham 33 -37.7%
19303 Long Lake 31 -46.5%
19309 Marvin 30 -54.5%

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2018 57 19,011
2017 56 19,031
2016 55 19,054
2015 53 19,071
2014 53 19,077
2013 54 19,072
2012 53 19,084
2011 52 19,101
2010 53 19,091
2009 58 19,056
2008 59 19,043
2007 60 19,037
2006 60 19,042
2005 63 19,003
2004 65 18,982
2003 67 18,963
2002 68 18,953
2001 71 18,927
2000 72 18,928
1990 93 18,501