Latest Data (2016)
Population 245,895
Nationwide Rank 86

Quick Facts

Glendale, Arizona is the 86th largest city in the United States as of 2016.

Glendale, Arizona is a city.

Glendale, Arizona is as large as it has ever been. In 2016 Glendale had its largest population ever.

Glendale, Arizona's growth is about average. 52% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Glendale, Arizona Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
76 Fort Wayne, Indiana 264,488 4.1%
77 Jersey City, New Jersey 264,152 10.0%
78 Durham, North Carolina 263,016 39.2%
79 St. Petersburg, Florida 260,999 4.9%
80 Laredo, Texas 257,156 43.2%
81 Buffalo, New York 256,902 -12.0%
82 Madison, Wisconsin 252,551 20.2%
83 Lubbock, Texas 252,506 26.1%
84 Chandler, Arizona 247,477 37.8%
85 Scottsdale, Arizona 246,645 20.7%
86 Glendale, Arizona 245,895 10.8%
87 Reno, Nevada 245,255 33.3%
88 Norfolk, Virginia 245,115 4.6%
89 Winston-Salem, North Carolina 242,203 19.7%
90 North Las Vegas, Nevada 238,702 102.3%
91 Irving, Texas 238,289 24.1%
92 Chesapeake, Virginia 237,940 18.8%
93 Gilbert, Arizona 237,133 102.1%
94 Hialeah, Florida 236,387 4.5%
95 Garland, Texas 234,943 8.7%
96 Fremont, California 233,136 14.1%

Similarly Sized Cities In Arizona

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
36 Mesa 484,587 20.2%
84 Chandler 247,477 37.8%
85 Scottsdale 246,645 20.7%
86 Glendale 245,895 10.8%
93 Gilbert 237,133 102.1%
133 Tempe 182,498 14.8%
156 Peoria 164,173 47.9%
202 Surprise 132,677 310.1%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2016 245,895 86
2015 240,126 89
2014 237,517 88
2013 234,632 87
2012 232,143 87
2011 228,656 89
2010 226,721 88
2009 253,209 75
2008 251,772 73
2007 250,936 72
2006 247,180 71
2005 244,230 73
2004 239,423 74
2003 235,940 77
2002 232,394 77
2001 230,261 78
2000 221,780 80
1990 150,867 120