Latest Data (2017)
Population 53,930
Nationwide Rank 714

Quick Facts

Mount Prospect, Illinois is the 714th largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Mount Prospect, Illinois is a village.

Mount Prospect, Illinois is currently 4.1% 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

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US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
704 Decatur, Alabama 54,405 0.5%
705 Normal, Illinois 54,284 18.9%
706 West New York, New Jersey 54,227 17.9%
707 Harrisonburg, Virginia 54,215 34.0%
708 Leesburg, Virginia 54,215 88.7%
709 Parker, Colorado 54,202 119.1%
710 Watsonville, California 54,098 16.2%
711 Southaven, Mississippi 54,031 83.1%
712 Revere, Massachusetts 53,993 13.9%
713 Grapevine, Texas 53,982 26.5%
714 Mount Prospect, Illinois 53,930 -4.0%
715 Elyria, Ohio 53,883 -3.8%
716 Yucaipa, California 53,683 29.5%
717 DeSoto, Texas 53,568 41.5%
718 Lenexa, Kansas 53,553 32.6%
719 Brookhaven, Georgia 53,518
720 West Sacramento, California 53,512 66.9%
721 Albany, Oregon 53,503 30.2%
722 Bellevue, Nebraska 53,424 20.0%
723 Kingsport, Tennessee 53,374 17.6%
724 Wheaton, Illinois 53,373 -3.9%

Similarly Sized Cities In Illinois

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
377 Waukegan 87,729 -0.7%
379 Champaign 87,432 24.0%
409 Cicero 82,552 -3.4%
443 Bloomington 77,934 18.6%
467 Arlington Heights 75,634 -1.1%
469 Bolingbrook 75,201 32.0%
471 Evanston 74,756 0.8%
478 Schaumburg 74,184 -1.4%
492 Decatur 72,174 -11.8%
521 Palatine 68,644 3.4%
575 Skokie 63,978 0.9%
646 Orland Park 58,765 14.2%
649 Des Plaines 58,193 1.9%
665 Tinley Park 56,668 15.0%
675 Oak Lawn 56,087 1.5%
681 Berwyn 55,550 2.9%
705 Normal 54,284 18.9%
714 Mount Prospect 53,930 -4.0%
724 Wheaton 53,373 -3.9%
739 Oak Park 52,261 -0.4%
747 Hoffman Estates 51,567 3.7%
773 Downers Grove 49,540 -0.2%
813 Glenview 47,659 10.4%
830 Elmhurst 46,662 8.3%
871 Plainfield 43,926 219.5%
872 Lombard 43,745 2.5%
882 DeKalb 43,193 10.1%
906 Moline 42,231 -3.9%
908 Urbana 41,989 10.9%
916 Belleville 41,649 -1.6%
926 Buffalo Grove 41,226 -4.7%
927 Bartlett 41,149 11.7%
944 Crystal Lake 40,421 5.4%
951 Quincy 40,303 -0.9%
957 Carol Stream 39,989 -1.2%
959 Streamwood 39,978 9.1%
967 Romeoville 39,632 79.4%
1000 Wheeling 38,562 6.3%
1008 Carpentersville 38,162 22.5%
1011 Rock Island 38,110 -3.8%
1015 Hanover Park 37,982 -0.7%
1029 Park Ridge 37,494 -0.7%
1045 Addison 36,820 1.1%
1052 Calumet City 36,633 -6.1%
1104 Oswego 34,833 150.6%
1124 Glendale Heights 34,058 6.4%
1140 Woodridge 33,598 7.9%
1145 Northbrook 33,400 -0.4%
1169 Elk Grove Village 32,776 -5.6%
1170 Pekin 32,731 -3.4%
1172 St. Charles 32,714 15.7%
1209 Danville 31,424 -8.6%
1211 Mundelein 31,385 0.8%
1227 Algonquin 31,017 33.4%
1235 Galesburg 30,769 -8.7%
1236 Gurnee 30,767 6.2%
1268 Chicago Heights 29,901 -8.7%
1270 North Chicago 29,842 -17.0%
1273 Highland Park 29,767 -1.8%
1286 Niles 29,482 -1.8%
1294 O'Fallon 29,272 31.4%
1307 Lake in the Hills 28,936 20.2%
1311 Burbank 28,793 3.1%
1315 Granite City 28,746 -9.9%
1340 Glen Ellyn 28,045 2.9%
1342 Lansing 27,962 -1.2%
1356 Oak Forest 27,685 -1.8%
1360 Round Lake Beach 27,607 5.5%
1370 Wilmette 27,418 -0.6%
1376 Huntley 27,207 337.5%
1377 West Chicago 27,182 13.8%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 53,930 714
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