Latest Data (2017)
Population 31,776
Nationwide Rank 1200

Quick Facts

Kaysville, Utah is the 1,200th largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Kaysville, Utah is a city.

Kaysville, Utah is as large as it has ever been. In 2017 Kaysville had its largest population ever.

Kaysville, Utah is growing moderately quickly. It is growing faster than 86% of similarly sized cities since 2000.

Kaysville, Utah Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
1190 Parkland, Florida 32,202 124.1%
1191 Matthews, North Carolina 32,117 39.1%
1192 Juneau city and, Alaska 32,094 4.6%
1193 Dania Beach, Florida 32,030 17.0%
1194 El Paso de Robles (Paso Robles), California 31,918 29.3%
1195 Bangor, Maine 31,903 1.3%
1196 Southlake, Texas 31,824 45.7%
1197 Princeton, New Jersey 31,822 134.7%
1198 Bowling Green, Ohio 31,820 7.2%
1199 Cedar City, Utah 31,806 53.4%
1200 Kaysville, Utah 31,776 55.5%
1201 Petersburg, Virginia 31,750 -5.4%
1202 North Olmsted, Ohio 31,734 -6.9%
1203 Fairbanks, Alaska 31,644 4.8%
1204 West Bend, Wisconsin 31,596 11.4%
1205 Woodstock, Georgia 31,564 180.8%
1206 Liberty, Missouri 31,507 19.5%
1207 Naugatuck, Connecticut 31,461 1.3%
1208 Helena, Montana 31,429 19.2%
1209 Danville, Illinois 31,424 -8.6%
1210 Dover, New Hampshire 31,398 16.4%

Similarly Sized Cities In Utah

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
590 Lehi 62,712 218.6%
622 Millcreek 60,192
625 Taylorsville 59,992 2.0%
754 Logan 51,115 19.6%
778 Murray 49,295 8.1%
811 Draper 47,710 86.9%
869 Bountiful 44,107 6.5%
879 Riverton 43,344 71.2%
973 Spanish Fork 39,443 90.1%
982 Herriman 39,224 1108.3%
995 Pleasant Grove 38,845 65.3%
998 Roy 38,595 15.9%
1109 Tooele 34,628 49.7%
1126 Cottonwood Heights 33,996 -3.2%
1149 Springville 33,294 60.6%
1154 Midvale 33,208 22.6%
1189 Eagle Mountain 32,204 982.1%
1199 Cedar City 31,806 53.4%
1200 Kaysville 31,776 55.5%
1213 Clearfield 31,363 20.6%
1241 Holladay 30,709 16.7%
1280 Saratoga Springs 29,608 2257.3%
1283 American Fork 29,527 30.4%
1284 Syracuse 29,507 198.0%
1426 Washington 26,405 217.3%
1508 South Salt Lake 24,956 13.4%
1568 Farmington 24,066 96.5%
1683 Clinton 21,971 71.7%
1783 North Salt Lake 20,507 132.4%
1828 Payson 19,892 51.4%
1868 North Ogden 19,465 28.6%
1887 Brigham City 19,182 9.7%
1903 Highland 18,957 130.2%
2016 Centerville 17,657 20.7%
2057 Hurricane 17,135 105.0%
2059 South Ogden 17,101 19.3%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 31,776 1,200
2016 31,243 1,210
2015 30,472 1,234
2014 29,494 1,254
2013 28,876 1,273
2012 28,283 1,284
2011 27,991 1,286
2010 27,300 1,305
2009 26,313 1,329
2008 25,758 1,355
2007 24,970 1,377
2006 23,597 1,434
2005 22,465 1,486
2004 21,730 1,526
2003 21,354 1,536
2002 20,943 1,548
2001 20,633 1,562
2000 20,431 1,563
1990 14,120 1,866