Latest Data (2016)
Population 105,139
Nationwide Rank 286

Quick Facts

Green Bay, Wisconsin is the 286th largest city in the United States as of 2016.

Green Bay, Wisconsin is a city.

Green Bay, Wisconsin is as large as it has ever been. In 2016 Green Bay had its largest population ever.

Green Bay, Wisconsin's growth is extremely below average. 83% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Green Bay, Wisconsin Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
276 Boulder, Colorado 108,090 14.2%
277 West Covina, California 107,847 2.4%
278 Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 107,403 33.1%
279 Clovis, California 106,583 52.4%
280 Daly City, California 106,472 2.7%
281 Lakeland, Florida 106,420 25.1%
282 Santa Maria, California 106,290 36.1%
283 Norwalk, California 106,178 1.5%
284 Sandy Springs, Georgia 105,703 24.4%
285 Hillsboro, Oregon 105,164 47.3%
286 Green Bay, Wisconsin 105,139 2.2%
287 Tyler, Texas 104,798 24.0%
288 Wichita Falls, Texas 104,724 0.5%
289 Lewisville, Texas 104,659 33.4%
290 Burbank, California 104,447 3.9%
291 Greeley, Colorado 103,990 32.6%
292 San Mateo, California 103,959 12.1%
293 El Cajon, California 103,768 9.1%
294 Jurupa Valley, California 103,541
295 Rialto, California 103,314 11.3%
296 Davenport, Iowa 102,612 4.4%

Similarly Sized Cities In Wisconsin

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
286 Green Bay 105,139 2.2%
305 Kenosha 99,631 9.2%
435 Racine 77,571 -5.2%
472 Appleton 74,370 5.6%
487 Waukesha 72,363 10.1%
517 Eau Claire 68,339 9.9%
541 Oshkosh 66,579 5.0%
568 Janesville 64,159 6.1%
616 West Allis 60,087 -1.6%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2016 105,139 286
2015 105,207 283
2014 104,891 279
2013 104,779 272
2012 104,868 268
2011 104,462 264
2010 104,057 261
2009 101,412 268
2008 100,885 267
2007 100,811 258
2006 100,719 254
2005 101,027 251
2004 101,106 248
2003 101,765 242
2002 101,919 237
2001 102,521 233
2000 102,797 230
1990 96,697 213