Latest Data (2016)
Population 67,453
Nationwide Rank 528

Quick Facts

Greenville, South Carolina is the 528th largest city in the United States as of 2016.

Greenville, South Carolina is a city.

Greenville, South Carolina is as large as it has ever been. In 2016 Greenville had its largest population ever.

Greenville, South Carolina's growth is about average. 44% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Greenville, South Carolina Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
518 Yorba Linda, California 68,235 15.4%
519 Davis, California 68,111 15.1%
520 Homestead, Florida 67,996 113.0%
521 Waterloo, Iowa 67,934 -1.2%
522 Redondo Beach, California 67,867 6.8%
523 Jacksonville, North Carolina 67,784 3.0%
524 Gaithersburg, Maryland 67,776 28.2%
525 Victoria, Texas 67,670 11.7%
526 St. Cloud, Minnesota 67,641 13.1%
527 Marysville, Washington 67,626 130.5%
528 Greenville, South Carolina 67,453 18.9%
529 Delray Beach, Florida 67,371 11.6%
530 Camarillo, California 67,363 17.1%
531 Georgetown, Texas 67,140 134.7%
532 Kenner, Louisiana 67,089 -4.6%
533 Palo Alto, California 67,024 14.4%
534 Jackson, Tennessee 67,005 11.8%
535 South San Francisco, California 66,980 10.4%
536 Rockville, Maryland 66,940 40.0%
537 Portland, Maine 66,937 4.2%
538 Yuba City, California 66,845 30.7%

Similarly Sized Cities In South Carolina

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
198 Charleston 134,385 35.7%
199 Columbia 134,309 12.5%
272 North Charleston 109,298 33.8%
393 Mount Pleasant 84,170 72.2%
480 Rock Hill 72,937 43.6%
528 Greenville 67,453 18.9%
766 Summerville 49,323 74.4%
899 Goose Creek 42,039 33.1%
925 Sumter 40,723 0.1%
933 Hilton Head Island 40,500 19.2%
992 Florence 38,317 21.5%
1008 Spartanburg 37,876 -5.6%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2016 67,453 528
2015 64,579 556
2014 62,252 570
2013 61,397 573
2012 60,709 575
2011 59,880 578
2010 58,409 587
2009 61,782 536
2008 60,321 547
2007 59,170 557
2006 57,912 569
2005 57,144 576
2004 56,740 565
2003 56,587 552
2002 56,766 541
2001 57,018 526
2000 56,716 525
1990 58,548 419