Latest Data (2016)
Population 72,364
Nationwide Rank 486

Quick Facts

Missoula, Montana is the 486th largest city in the United States as of 2016.

Missoula, Montana is a city.

Missoula, Montana is as large as it has ever been. In 2016 Missoula had its largest population ever.

Missoula, Montana is growing somewhat quickly. It is growing faster than 63% of similarly sized cities since 2000.

Missoula, Montana Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
476 Temple, Texas 73,600 33.3%
477 Flower Mound, Texas 73,547 42.0%
478 Rochester Hills, Michigan 73,422 6.4%
479 Southfield, Michigan 73,100 -6.6%
480 Rock Hill, South Carolina 72,937 43.6%
481 Turlock, California 72,796 27.8%
482 Decatur, Illinois 72,706 -11.2%
483 New Britain, Connecticut 72,558 1.3%
484 Apple Valley, California 72,553 32.8%
485 Bismarck, North Dakota 72,417 29.7%
486 Missoula, Montana 72,364 25.3%
487 Waukesha, Wisconsin 72,363 10.1%
488 Rancho Cordova, California 72,326 34.6%
489 Gulfport, Mississippi 72,076 0.8%
490 Lafayette, Indiana 71,782 16.8%
491 Lauderhill, Florida 71,626 7.0%
492 Flagstaff, Arizona 71,459 34.5%
493 Wilmington, Delaware 71,442 -1.7%
494 Pawtucket, Rhode Island 71,427 -2.2%
495 Canton, Ohio 71,323 -11.8%
496 Redlands, California 71,288 11.4%

Similarly Sized Cities In Montana

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
265 Billings 110,323 19.9%
486 Missoula 72,364 25.3%
631 Great Falls 59,178 3.6%
837 Bozeman 45,250 61.1%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2016 72,364 486
2015 71,022 494
2014 69,821 493
2013 69,122 491
2012 68,394 490
2011 67,527 490
2010 66,788 491
2009 68,876 465
2008 68,169 465
2007 67,114 465
2006 65,826 472
2005 64,232 476
2004 63,000 477
2003 61,691 487
2002 60,259 497
2001 58,917 509
2000 57,725 512
1990 48,430 547