Latest Data (2017)
Population 21,063
Nationwide Rank 1739

Quick Facts

New Hope, Minnesota is the 1,739th largest city in the United States as of 2017.

New Hope, Minnesota is a city.

New Hope, Minnesota is currently 3.6% smaller than it was in 1990, the year of its peak recorded population.

New Hope, Minnesota's growth is below average. 70% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

New Hope, Minnesota Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
1729 Raymore, Missouri 21,167 87.8%
1730 Corinth, Texas 21,152 80.1%
1731 Birmingham, Michigan 21,142 9.7%
1732 Louisville, Colorado 21,128 10.9%
1733 East Ridge, Tennessee 21,118 2.8%
1734 Ashland, Oregon 21,117 8.0%
1735 Arnold, Missouri 21,113 5.7%
1736 East Moline, Illinois 21,109 -1.6%
1737 Bluffton, South Carolina 21,085 817.5%
1738 Ypsilanti, Michigan 21,076 -5.6%
1739 New Hope, Minnesota 21,063 0.9%
1740 Easley, South Carolina 21,053 16.1%
1741 Lumberton, North Carolina 21,040 -0.3%
1742 Sanford, Maine 21,028
1743 Sweetwater, Florida 21,028 48.0%
1744 Charleston, Illinois 20,996 -0.7%
1745 Palisades Park, New Jersey 20,988 22.3%
1746 South Milwaukee, Wisconsin 20,988 -1.0%
1747 Piqua, Ohio 20,987 1.0%
1748 South El Monte, California 20,987 -0.8%
1749 Cartersville, Georgia 20,978 30.1%

Similarly Sized Cities In Minnesota

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
932 Maplewood 40,918 15.6%
933 Shakopee 40,893 93.9%
1047 Cottage Grove 36,793 19.9%
1060 Roseville 36,314 7.7%
1065 Richfield 36,151 5.0%
1088 Inver Grove Heights 35,392 18.4%
1161 Andover 32,902 22.4%
1214 Savage 31,352 45.1%
1228 Brooklyn Center 31,006 6.4%
1339 Oakdale 28,083 4.9%
1351 Fridley 27,853 1.3%
1391 Winona 26,928 -0.6%
1397 Shoreview 26,794 2.7%
1412 Ramsey 26,587 42.9%
1416 Chaska 26,561 48.7%
1427 Prior Lake 26,401 61.6%
1449 White Bear Lake 25,888 6.3%
1454 Owatonna 25,794 14.1%
1465 Chanhassen 25,558 24.8%
1501 Champlin 25,022 12.1%
1511 Austin 24,933 5.9%
1538 Elk River 24,506 46.8%
1549 Rosemount 24,344 64.2%
1585 Faribault 23,750 13.2%
1615 Crystal 23,165 2.0%
1620 Farmington 23,067 81.6%
1637 New Brighton 22,787 2.6%
1644 Hastings 22,722 24.1%
1711 Golden Valley 21,520 5.7%
1716 Lino Lakes 21,407 26.0%
1739 New Hope 21,063 0.9%
1786 Northfield 20,474 18.7%
1803 Columbia Heights 20,254 9.3%
1805 South St. Paul 20,242 0.3%
1829 Forest Lake 19,879 36.9%
1839 West St. Paul 19,767 1.2%
1855 Willmar 19,628 6.2%
1874 Stillwater 19,368 24.1%
1930 Hopkins 18,678 7.4%
2009 Sartell 17,752 80.7%
2013 Albert Lea 17,703 -3.9%
2022 St. Michael 17,565 87.7%
2032 Anoka 17,522 -3.1%
2088 Otsego 16,755 157.7%
2113 Ham Lake 16,528 28.5%
2127 Red Wing 16,412 1.8%
2150 Buffalo 16,201 56.9%
2167 Hibbing 16,041 -6.0%
2240 Bemidji 15,366 25.5%
2291 Hugo 14,828 124.7%
2317 Robbinsdale 14,544 2.9%
2395 Hutchinson 13,895 5.2%
2413 Fergus Falls 13,783 0.7%
2417 North Mankato 13,746 15.6%
2423 Sauk Rapids 13,722 32.2%
2425 Marshall 13,710 7.4%
2444 Monticello 13,599 56.8%
2445 Alexandria 13,592 29.7%
2449 Vadnais Heights 13,561 3.8%
2468 Brainerd 13,428 -1.8%
2485 Worthington 13,247 17.7%
2486 New Ulm 13,238 -2.6%
2508 Mounds View 13,098 2.6%
2524 Rogers 12,984 227.8%
2615 North St. Paul 12,444 4.5%
2648 Waconia 12,232 75.4%
2697 Cloquet 11,938 6.4%
2699 East Bethel 11,928 8.2%
2702 St. Peter 11,906 20.7%
2800 Mendota Heights 11,343 -1.0%
2817 Grand Rapids 11,242 17.5%
2874 Big Lake 10,915 71.9%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 21,063 1,739
2016 20,877 1,742
2015 21,032 1,720
2014 20,792 1,722
2013 20,787 1,711
2012 20,728 1,697
2011 20,559 1,692
2010 20,339 1,695
2009 20,661 1,665
2008 20,595 1,657
2007 20,503 1,652
2006 20,409 1,641
2005 20,369 1,628
2004 20,101 1,635
2003 20,300 1,601
2002 20,597 1,568
2001 20,829 1,547
2000 20,859 1,523
1990 21,854 1,266