Latest Data (2017)
Population 99,877
Nationwide Rank 309

Quick Facts

Kenosha, Wisconsin is the 309th largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Kenosha, Wisconsin is a city.

Kenosha, Wisconsin is as large as it has ever been. In 2017 Kenosha had its largest population ever.

Kenosha, Wisconsin's growth is below average. 62% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Kenosha, Wisconsin Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
299 South Bend, Indiana 102,245 -5.6%
300 Las Cruces, New Mexico 101,712 38.1%
301 Vista, California 101,568 12.9%
302 Renton, Washington 101,379 96.9%
303 Sparks, Nevada 100,888 50.7%
304 Allen, Texas 100,685 123.3%
305 Tuscaloosa, Alabama 100,287 27.4%
306 San Angelo, Texas 100,119 13.2%
307 Vacaville, California 100,032 11.8%
308 Meridian, Idaho 99,926 172.0%
309 Kenosha, Wisconsin 99,877 9.5%
310 Roanoke, Virginia 99,837 5.3%
311 Albany, New York 98,251 3.9%
312 Boca Raton, Florida 98,150 18.0%
313 Spokane Valley, Washington 97,847 20.9%
314 Orem, Utah 97,839 15.8%
315 Compton, California 97,612 4.2%
316 Beaverton, Oregon 97,514 22.0%
317 Erie, Pennsylvania 97,369 -6.0%
318 Lee's Summit, Missouri 97,290 37.0%
319 Lawrence, Kansas 96,892 20.2%

Similarly Sized Cities In Wisconsin

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
290 Green Bay 105,116 2.2%
309 Kenosha 99,877 9.5%
448 Racine 77,542 -5.2%
472 Appleton 74,653 6.0%
489 Waukesha 72,489 10.3%
523 Eau Claire 68,587 10.3%
545 Oshkosh 66,665 5.1%
573 Janesville 64,359 6.5%
626 West Allis 59,934 -1.8%
742 La Crosse 51,834 -0.2%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 99,877 309
2016 99,631 305
2015 99,858 304
2014 99,894 296
2013 99,889 294
2012 100,150 289
2011 99,671 289
2010 99,218 283
2009 98,187 284
2008 97,547 281
2007 96,662 279
2006 95,885 278
2005 95,252 275
2004 94,198 278
2003 93,427 279
2002 92,883 276
2001 92,042 277
2000 91,180 274
1990 81,030 272