Latest Data (2016)
Population 86,701
Nationwide Rank 379

Quick Facts

Ogden, Utah is the 379th largest city in the United States as of 2016.

Ogden, Utah is a city.

Ogden, Utah is as large as it has ever been. In 2016 Ogden had its largest population ever.

Ogden, Utah's growth is about average. 53% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Ogden, Utah Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
369 Fort Smith, Arkansas 88,133 9.2%
370 Hawthorne, California 88,031 4.5%
371 Nashua, New Hampshire 87,882 1.2%
372 Chino, California 87,776 25.3%
373 Kirkland, Washington 87,701 94.7%
374 Edinburg, Texas 87,650 79.1%
375 Reading, Pennsylvania 87,575 7.7%
376 Bellingham, Washington 87,574 29.1%
377 Citrus Heights, California 87,432 2.4%
378 Whittier, California 86,883 3.6%
379 Ogden, Utah 86,701 11.8%
380 Newport Beach, California 86,688 9.6%
381 Champaign, Illinois 86,637 22.9%
382 Duluth, Minnesota 86,293 0.0%
383 O'Fallon, Missouri 86,274 69.4%
384 Clifton, New Jersey 85,845 8.5%
385 Alhambra, California 85,474 0.3%
386 Bloomington, Minnesota 85,319 0.2%
387 Palm Coast, Florida 85,109 156.4%
388 Danbury, Connecticut 84,992 13.1%
389 Hoover, Alabama 84,978 34.0%

Similarly Sized Cities In Utah

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
192 West Valley City 136,574 25.0%
238 Provo 116,868 10.6%
248 West Jordan 113,699 43.0%
314 Orem 97,499 15.4%
322 Sandy 95,836 7.6%
379 Ogden 86,701 11.8%
408 St. George 82,318 64.0%
455 Layton 75,655 28.4%
509 South Jordan 69,034 132.7%
600 Lehi 61,130 210.6%
612 Taylorsville 60,436 2.8%
751 Logan 50,676 18.6%
768 Murray 49,230 8.0%
813 Draper 47,328 85.4%
857 Bountiful 44,078 6.4%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2016 86,701 379
2015 85,444 383
2014 84,316 384
2013 84,249 375
2012 83,793 373
2011 83,286 371
2010 82,825 372
2009 83,292 360
2008 82,864 356
2007 82,697 353
2006 82,056 355
2005 81,605 355
2004 81,061 353
2003 80,496 349
2002 79,935 351
2001 79,158 355
2000 77,548 359
1990 64,271 372