Latest Data (2018)
Population 65,436
Nationwide Rank 571

Quick Facts

Harlingen, Texas is the 571st largest city in the United States as of 2018.

Harlingen, Texas is a city.

Harlingen, Texas is as large as it has ever been. In 2018 Harlingen had its largest population ever.

Harlingen, Texas's growth is below average. 61% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Harlingen, Texas Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2018
561 North Little Rock, Arkansas 66,127 9.1%
562 Tamarac, Florida 66,054 18.1%
563 Lehi, Utah 66,037 235.5%
564 Lakeville, Minnesota 65,877 51.1%
565 Shawnee, Kansas 65,845 35.3%
566 Auburn, Alabama 65,738 41.8%
567 Sammamish, Washington 65,733 88.9%
568 Madera, California 65,706 50.4%
569 Schenectady, New York 65,575 6.1%
570 Jupiter, Florida 65,524 64.3%
571 Harlingen, Texas 65,436 11.2%
572 Ankeny, Iowa 65,284 136.6%
573 Blaine, Minnesota 65,212 43.4%
574 Wellington, Florida 65,200 67.8%
575 Bayonne, New Jersey 65,083 5.2%
576 Youngstown, Ohio 64,958 -20.5%
577 San Clemente, California 64,857 28.2%
578 Castle Rock, Colorado 64,827 209.8%
579 Eastvale, California 64,822
580 Santa Cruz, California 64,725 15.8%
581 Janesville, Wisconsin 64,565 6.8%

Similarly Sized Cities In Texas

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2018
216 Round Rock 128,739 112.1%
225 Abilene 122,999 6.1%
229 Pearland 122,149 165.2%
234 Richardson 120,981 31.1%
235 Odessa 120,568 33.1%
238 Sugar Land 118,600 82.7%
239 Beaumont 118,428 4.3%
247 College Station 116,218 68.6%
288 Lewisville 106,586 35.9%
291 League City 106,244 131.5%
292 Tyler 105,729 25.1%
296 Wichita Falls 104,576 0.4%
300 Allen 103,383 129.2%
308 San Angelo 100,215 13.3%
315 Edinburg 98,665 101.6%
380 Conroe 87,654 125.2%
393 Bryan 85,445 29.6%
400 Mission 84,827 82.6%
403 New Braunfels 84,612 119.2%
422 Longview 81,647 11.9%
437 Pharr 79,707 68.2%
450 Flower Mound 77,329 49.3%
454 Baytown 77,024 15.5%
457 Cedar Park 76,999 194.7%
461 Temple 76,256 38.1%
475 Missouri City 74,705 39.6%
483 Georgetown 74,180 159.3%
509 Mansfield 70,981 149.7%
510 North Richland Hills 70,836 26.5%
546 Victoria 67,015 10.7%
558 Rowlett 66,285 46.9%
571 Harlingen 65,436 11.2%
584 Pflugerville 64,431 167.8%
591 San Marcos 63,509 74.4%
665 Euless 57,346 24.0%
682 Leander 56,111 564.1%
698 Port Arthur 55,018 -4.5%
719 Grapevine 53,976 26.5%
730 DeSoto 53,523 41.4%
753 Wylie 51,585 230.1%
769 Galveston 50,457 -12.2%
772 Little Elm 50,314 1014.6%
782 Bedford 49,464 4.7%
792 Texas City 49,153 17.7%
802 Cedar Hill 48,463 47.9%
828 Keller 47,350 69.2%
829 Burleson 47,282 115.2%
836 Kyle 46,874 682.7%
856 Rockwall 45,112 139.5%
873 Haltom City 44,339 13.3%
888 The Colony 43,402 60.2%
908 Sherman 42,462 20.6%
919 Coppell 41,818 14.3%
929 Huntsville 41,521 18.1%
938 Weslaco 41,171 43.0%
942 Schertz 41,057 95.0%
961 Farmers Branch 40,209 46.2%
963 Friendswood 40,181 37.5%
988 Lancaster 39,477 51.8%
992 Duncanville 39,364 9.0%
1000 Hurst 38,992 7.2%
1022 Rosenberg 38,061 57.0%
1037 Texarkana 37,295 7.0%
1044 San Juan 37,154 39.2%
1050 Waxahachie 36,807 69.7%
1079 Del Rio 35,954 5.7%
1097 Lufkin 35,510 6.4%
1099 La Porte 35,423 10.4%
1117 Socorro 34,533 24.3%
1137 Deer Park 33,931 18.7%
1155 Nacogdoches 33,542 11.7%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2018 65,436 571
2017 65,467 562
2016 65,539 548
2015 65,774 543
2014 65,914 535
2013 65,665 527
2012 65,679 518
2011 65,512 515
2010 64,849 513
2009 65,289 500
2008 64,195 503
2007 63,309 505
2006 62,279 504
2005 61,823 501
2004 61,140 505
2003 60,574 502
2002 59,569 509
2001 59,179 502
2000 58,807 501
1990 47,818 553