Latest Data (2016)
Population 164,173
Nationwide Rank 156

Quick Facts

Peoria, Arizona is the 156th largest city in the United States as of 2016.

Peoria, Arizona is a city.

Peoria, Arizona is as large as it has ever been. In 2016 Peoria had its largest population ever.

Peoria, Arizona is growing moderately quickly. It is growing faster than 86% of similarly sized cities since 2000.

Peoria, Arizona Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
146 Ontario, California 173,212 9.1%
147 McKinney, Texas 172,298 207.7%
148 Elk Grove, California 169,743 107.8%
149 Jackson, Mississippi 169,148 -8.6%
150 Pembroke Pines, Florida 168,587 21.9%
151 Salem, Oregon 167,419 21.3%
152 Springfield, Missouri 167,319 9.9%
153 Corona, California 166,785 29.2%
154 Eugene, Oregon 166,575 19.7%
155 Fort Collins, Colorado 164,207 36.7%
156 Peoria, Arizona 164,173 47.9%
157 Frisco, Texas 163,656 363.8%
158 Cary, North Carolina 162,320 66.6%
159 Lancaster, California 160,106 34.3%
160 Hayward, California 158,937 12.7%
161 Palmdale, California 157,356 33.8%
162 Salinas, California 157,218 9.5%
163 Alexandria, Virginia 155,810 20.3%
164 Lakewood, Colorado 154,393 6.9%
165 Springfield, Massachusetts 154,074 1.4%
166 Pasadena, Texas 153,351 8.0%

Similarly Sized Cities In Arizona

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
84 Chandler 247,477 37.8%
85 Scottsdale 246,645 20.7%
86 Glendale 245,895 10.8%
93 Gilbert 237,133 102.1%
133 Tempe 182,498 14.8%
156 Peoria 164,173 47.9%
202 Surprise 132,677 310.1%
330 Yuma 94,906 19.9%
405 Avondale 82,881 122.4%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2016 164,173 156
2015 171,237 146
2014 166,934 148
2013 162,592 149
2012 159,789 150
2011 156,603 152
2010 154,065 152
2009 163,226 145
2008 158,572 145
2007 154,636 149
2006 148,998 153
2005 140,224 165
2004 134,817 172
2003 129,097 175
2002 124,615 180
2001 118,494 195
2000 110,950 208
1990 51,154 509