Latest Data (2016)
Population 54,171
Nationwide Rank 700

Quick Facts

Mount Prospect, Illinois is the 700th largest city in the United States as of 2016.

Mount Prospect, Illinois is a village.

Mount Prospect, Illinois is currently 3.6% smaller than it was in 2000, the year of its peak recorded population.

Mount Prospect, Illinois's growth is extremely below average. 89% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Mount Prospect, Illinois Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
690 Pocatello, Idaho 54,746 6.1%
691 Carson City, Nevada 54,742 4.1%
692 Colton, California 54,712 13.8%
693 Casa Grande, Arizona 54,534 102.4%
694 West Haven, Connecticut 54,516 4.0%
695 Rosemead, California 54,500 1.6%
696 Blue Springs, Missouri 54,431 12.2%
697 Hoboken, New Jersey 54,379 40.4%
698 Normal, Illinois 54,264 18.9%
699 Bonita Springs, Florida 54,198 64.0%
700 Mount Prospect, Illinois 54,171 -3.6%
701 Cathedral City, California 54,056 25.8%
702 Watsonville, California 53,796 15.5%
703 Pensacola, Florida 53,779 -4.1%
704 Palm Beach Gardens, Florida 53,778 48.1%
705 Lake Havasu City, Arizona 53,743 26.7%
706 Elyria, Ohio 53,715 -4.1%
707 Bellevue, Nebraska 53,505 20.1%
708 Wheaton, Illinois 53,389 -3.9%
709 West New York, New Jersey 53,343 16.0%
710 Yucaipa, California 53,309 28.6%

Similarly Sized Cities In Illinois

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
367 Waukegan 88,182 -0.1%
381 Champaign 86,637 22.9%
404 Cicero 82,992 -2.9%
433 Bloomington 78,005 18.7%
460 Arlington Heights 75,525 -1.2%
463 Evanston 74,895 1.0%
467 Bolingbrook 74,518 30.8%
468 Schaumburg 74,446 -1.1%
482 Decatur 72,706 -11.2%
513 Palatine 68,766 3.6%
566 Skokie 64,270 1.4%
638 Orland Park 58,862 14.4%
646 Des Plaines 58,141 1.8%
660 Tinley Park 56,831 15.4%
667 Oak Lawn 56,257 1.8%
672 Berwyn 55,748 3.3%
698 Normal 54,264 18.9%
700 Mount Prospect 54,171 -3.6%
708 Wheaton 53,389 -3.9%
739 Oak Park 51,774 -1.3%
740 Hoffman Estates 51,738 4.1%
764 Downers Grove 49,473 -0.4%
807 Glenview 47,475 9.9%
825 Elmhurst 46,387 7.6%
861 Lombard 43,815 2.7%
870 DeKalb 43,194 10.2%
877 Plainfield 42,933 212.3%
895 Moline 42,250 -3.8%
900 Urbana 42,014 11.0%
903 Belleville 41,906 -1.0%
917 Buffalo Grove 41,346 -4.4%
921 Bartlett 41,178 11.8%
932 Quincy 40,531 -0.3%
938 Crystal Lake 40,339 5.1%
941 Streamwood 40,166 9.6%
944 Carol Stream 40,069 -1.0%
955 Romeoville 39,706 79.7%
993 Wheeling 38,315 5.6%
995 Carpentersville 38,291 23.0%
998 Rock Island 38,210 -3.6%
1003 Hanover Park 38,044 -0.6%
1021 Park Ridge 37,496 -0.7%
1032 Addison 36,902 1.3%
1037 Calumet City 36,732 -5.8%
1105 Oswego 34,571 148.7%
1114 Glendale Heights 34,145 6.7%
1135 Woodridge 33,476 7.5%
1138 Northbrook 33,421 -0.3%
1152 Pekin 33,038 -2.5%
1159 Elk Grove Village 32,931 -5.2%
1165 St. Charles 32,717 15.8%
1193 Danville 31,597 -8.1%
1200 Mundelein 31,475 1.1%
1218 Galesburg 30,960 -8.1%
1219 Gurnee 30,957 6.9%
1220 Algonquin 30,947 33.1%
1258 Chicago Heights 30,026 -8.3%
1261 North Chicago 29,951 -16.7%
1271 Highland Park 29,641 -2.2%
1272 Niles 29,617 -1.3%
1287 O'Fallon 29,031 30.3%
1291 Granite City 28,908 -9.4%
1292 Burbank 28,886 3.4%
1298 Lake in the Hills 28,830 19.7%
1333 Lansing 28,086 -0.7%
1336 Glen Ellyn 28,042 2.9%
1345 Oak Forest 27,792 -1.4%
1346 Round Lake Beach 27,776 6.2%
1368 West Chicago 27,221 13.9%
1369 Wilmette 27,219 -1.4%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2016 54,171 700
2015 54,747 686
2014 54,951 675
2013 54,771 669
2012 54,505 665
2011 54,356 654
2010 54,167 648
2009 53,050 659
2008 52,890 652
2007 53,013 644
2006 53,425 629
2005 53,977 608
2004 54,630 601
2003 55,133 577
2002 55,558 565
2001 55,945 548
2000 56,210 531
1990 53,081 480