Latest Data (2017)
Population 880
Nationwide Rank 10845

Quick Facts

Patagonia, Arizona is the 10,845th largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Patagonia, Arizona is a town.

Patagonia, Arizona is currently 3.6% smaller than it was in 2010, the year of its peak recorded population.

Patagonia, Arizona's growth is about average. 52% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
10835 Milltown, Wisconsin 882 -0.5%
10836 Sheffield, Illinois 882 -6.7%
10837 Elkville, Illinois 881 -10.3%
10838 Pine Hill, Alabama 881 -8.2%
10839 Windsor, New York 881 -2.1%
10840 Adairville, Kentucky 880 -4.3%
10841 Arco, Idaho 880 -15.0%
10842 Fort Lawn, South Carolina 880 1.7%
10843 Greenleaf, Idaho 880 1.8%
10844 Midway, Pennsylvania 880 -10.2%
10845 Patagonia, Arizona 880 -2.4%
10846 Prairie City, Oregon 880 -18.0%
10847 Albany, Illinois 879 -2.7%
10848 Lobelville, Tennessee 879 -4.0%
10849 Point, Texas 879 10.0%
10850 Rib Lake, Wisconsin 879 0.0%
10851 Sodus Point, New York 879 -24.1%
10852 Bowmanstown, Pennsylvania 878 -1.7%
10853 Garrison, Texas 878 3.9%
10854 Lake Tanglewood, Texas 878 6.1%
10855 Utica, Mississippi 878 -8.9%

Similarly Sized Cities In Arizona

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
8171 Huachuca City 1,729 -1.4%
8427 Mammoth 1,611 -9.1%
9233 Fredonia 1,304 25.7%
9265 Tombstone 1,296 -14.1%
10845 Patagonia 880 -2.4%
11373 Duncan 788 -2.9%
12332 Hayden 631 -29.0%
12686 Tusayan 583
13755 Jerome 455 26.7%

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 880 10,845
2016 878 10,855
2015 890 10,791
2014 898 10,759
2013 896 10,765
2012 905 10,729
2011 912 10,707
2010 913 10,698
2008 795 11,240
2007 799 11,209
2006 818 11,097
2005 835 10,982
2004 844 10,944
2003 859 10,869
2002 875 10,787
2001 887 10,734
2000 902 10,663
1990 888 10,322