Latest Data (2016)
Population 59,178
Nationwide Rank 631

Quick Facts

Great Falls, Montana is the 631st largest city in the United States as of 2016.

Great Falls, Montana is a city.

Great Falls, Montana is as large as it has ever been. In 2016 Great Falls had its largest population ever.

Great Falls, Montana's growth is below average. 66% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Great Falls, Montana Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
621 Meriden, Connecticut 59,622 2.3%
622 Dublin, California 59,583 94.3%
623 Coconut Creek, Florida 59,405 34.3%
624 Casper, Wyoming 59,324 19.3%
625 Owensboro, Kentucky 59,273 9.2%
626 Ocala, Florida 59,253 24.6%
627 Chapel Hill, North Carolina 59,246 23.3%
628 Pflugerville, Texas 59,245 146.2%
629 Lancaster, Pennsylvania 59,218 4.3%
630 Novi, Michigan 59,211 24.7%
631 Great Falls, Montana 59,178 3.6%
632 Springfield, Ohio 59,087 -10.3%
633 Woodland, California 59,068 18.7%
634 Royal Oak, Michigan 59,006 -1.6%
635 Porterville, California 58,978 28.3%
636 San Rafael, California 58,954 5.0%
637 Huntington Park, California 58,879 -4.1%
638 Orland Park, Illinois 58,862 14.4%
639 Ankeny, Iowa 58,627 112.5%
640 Bartlett, Tennessee 58,622 32.5%
641 Sanford, Florida 58,605 49.5%

Similarly Sized Cities In Montana

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
265 Billings 110,323 19.9%
486 Missoula 72,364 25.3%
631 Great Falls 59,178 3.6%
837 Bozeman 45,250 61.1%
1124 Butte-Silver Bow 33,853 0.1%
1213 Helena 31,169 18.2%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2016 59,178 631
2015 59,638 617
2014 59,152 618
2013 59,351 604
2012 58,893 598
2011 58,968 592
2010 58,505 586
2009 59,366 566
2008 59,258 562
2007 58,788 562
2006 58,536 558
2005 58,280 550
2004 57,898 545
2003 57,645 537
2002 57,485 530
2001 57,252 523
2000 57,095 520
1990 55,376 448