Latest Data (2016)
Population 57,339
Nationwide Rank 652

Quick Facts

Grand Forks, North Dakota is the 652nd largest city in the United States as of 2016.

Grand Forks, North Dakota is a city.

Grand Forks, North Dakota is as large as it has ever been. In 2016 Grand Forks had its largest population ever.

Grand Forks, North Dakota is growing somewhat quickly. It is growing faster than 63% of similarly sized cities since 2000.

Grand Forks, North Dakota Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
642 Dubuque, Iowa 58,531 1.4%
643 Arcadia, California 58,523 10.0%
644 Bowie, Maryland 58,393 11.7%
645 White Plains, New York 58,241 9.2%
646 Des Plaines, Illinois 58,141 1.8%
647 Doral, Florida 57,947 174.2%
648 Margate, Florida 57,870 7.2%
649 Santee, California 57,834 9.0%
650 Kokomo, Indiana 57,799 23.2%
651 Castle Rock, Colorado 57,666 175.5%
652 Grand Forks, North Dakota 57,339 16.4%
653 Midwest City, Oklahoma 57,305 5.5%
654 St. Peters, Missouri 57,289 11.2%
655 Medford, Massachusetts 57,213 2.7%
656 Corvallis, Oregon 57,110 15.5%
657 Hendersonville, Tennessee 57,050 38.9%
658 New Brunswick, New Jersey 56,910 17.7%
659 Taunton, Massachusetts 56,843 1.2%
660 Tinley Park, Illinois 56,831 15.4%
661 Diamond Bar, California 56,793 0.7%
662 Smyrna, Georgia 56,664 27.2%

Similarly Sized Cities In North Dakota

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
485 Bismarck 72,417 29.7%
652 Grand Forks 57,339 16.4%
782 Minot 48,743 33.2%
1092 West Fargo 34,858 124.3%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2016 57,339 652
2015 57,011 651
2014 56,057 659
2013 54,932 665
2012 53,456 676
2011 52,664 680
2010 52,838 667
2009 51,216 685
2008 51,328 675
2007 50,775 683
2006 51,631 653
2005 50,775 660
2004 50,879 651
2003 49,118 663
2002 48,895 658
2001 48,894 649
2000 49,250 636
1990 49,563 532