Latest Data (2016)
Population 880,619
Nationwide Rank 12

Quick Facts

Jacksonville, Florida is the 12th largest city in the United States as of 2016.

Jacksonville, Florida is a city.

Jacksonville, Florida is as large as it has ever been. In 2016 Jacksonville had its largest population ever.

Jacksonville, Florida's growth is about average. 42% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Jacksonville, Florida Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
2 Los Angeles, California 3,976,322 7.3%
3 Chicago, Illinois 2,704,958 -6.5%
4 Houston, Texas 2,303,482 16.4%
5 Phoenix, Arizona 1,615,017 21.7%
6 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1,567,872 3.5%
7 San Antonio, Texas 1,492,510 28.2%
8 San Diego, California 1,406,630 14.6%
9 Dallas, Texas 1,317,929 10.6%
10 San Jose, California 1,025,350 13.4%
11 Austin, Texas 947,890 41.0%
12 Jacksonville, Florida 880,619 19.5%
13 San Francisco, California 870,887 12.0%
14 Columbus, Ohio 860,090 20.1%
15 Indianapolis, Indiana 855,164 9.3%
16 Fort Worth, Texas 854,113 56.4%
17 Charlotte, North Carolina 842,051 47.7%
18 Seattle, Washington 704,352 24.8%
19 Denver, Colorado 693,060 24.6%
20 El Paso, Texas 683,080 20.9%
21 Washington, District of Columbia 681,170 19.1%
22 Boston, Massachusetts 673,184 14.0%

Similarly Sized Cities In Florida

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
12 Jacksonville 880,619 19.5%
42 Miami 453,579 24.8%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2016 880,619 12
2015 868,031 12
2014 853,382 12
2013 842,583 13
2012 836,507 12
2011 828,789 11
2010 821,784 11
2009 813,518 13
2008 809,891 12
2007 805,325 12
2006 798,494 12
2005 786,938 13
2004 778,078 13
2003 768,626 14
2002 759,131 14
2001 747,592 14
2000 736,583 14
1990 635,042 16
1980 540,920 22
1970 528,865 23
1960 201,030 61
1950 204,517 49
1940 173,065 47
1930 129,549 63
1920 91,558 79
1910 57,699 95