Latest Data (2018)
Population 347,397
Nationwide Rank 56

Quick Facts

Honolulu, Hawaii is the 56th largest city in the United States as of 2018.

Honolulu, Hawaii is a CDP.

Honolulu, Hawaii is currently 7.8% smaller than it was in 1990, the year of its peak recorded population.

Honolulu, Hawaii's growth is extremely below average. 91% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Honolulu, Hawaii Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2018
46 Minneapolis, Minnesota 425,403 11.2%
47 Tulsa, Oklahoma 400,669 1.9%
48 Arlington, Texas 398,112 18.9%
49 Tampa, Florida 392,890 29.1%
50 New Orleans, Louisiana 391,006 -19.1%
51 Wichita, Kansas 389,255 10.4%
52 Cleveland, Ohio 383,793 -19.4%
53 Bakersfield, California 383,579 56.5%
54 Aurora, Colorado 374,114 34.6%
55 Anaheim, California 352,005 6.9%
56 Honolulu, Hawaii 347,397 -6.3%
57 Santa Ana, California 332,725 -1.7%
58 Riverside, California 330,063 27.7%
59 Corpus Christi, Texas 326,554 17.7%
60 Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky 323,780 23.9%
61 Stockton, California 311,178 27.2%
62 Henderson, Nevada 310,390 73.1%
63 St. Paul, Minnesota 307,695 7.2%
64 St. Louis, Missouri 302,838 -12.7%
65 Cincinnati, Ohio 302,605 -8.6%
66 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 301,048 -9.7%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2018 347,397 56
2017 350,395 56
2016 351,792 55
2015 352,769 55
2014 350,399 55
2013 347,884 54
2012 345,610 54
2011 342,153 54
2010 337,256 53
2009 374,658 50
2008 373,295 50
2007 373,283 49
2006 375,425 48
2005 375,111 49
2004 374,581 49
2003 374,222 49
2002 372,914 48
2001 371,065 47
2000 370,966 47
1990 376,937 41
1980 365,048 36
1970 324,871 44
1960 294,194 43