Latest Data (2017)
Population 63,203
Nationwide Rank 585

Quick Facts

Port Orange, Florida is the 585th largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Port Orange, Florida is a city.

Port Orange, Florida is as large as it has ever been. In 2017 Port Orange had its largest population ever.

Port Orange, Florida is growing somewhat quickly. It is growing faster than 69% of similarly sized cities since 2000.

Port Orange, Florida Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
575 Skokie, Illinois 63,978 0.9%
576 Auburn, Alabama 63,973 38.0%
577 Tulare, California 63,855 39.1%
578 Lorain, Ohio 63,841 -7.1%
579 Lakeville, Minnesota 63,748 46.2%
580 Haverhill, Massachusetts 63,639 7.6%
581 Cheyenne, Wyoming 63,624 19.1%
582 Pico Rivera, California 63,522 0.0%
583 Pflugerville, Texas 63,359 163.3%
584 Eastvale, California 63,211
585 Port Orange, Florida 63,203 35.7%
586 Montebello, California 63,192 1.5%
587 Encinitas, California 63,184 8.6%
588 San Marcos, Texas 63,071 73.2%
589 Rowlett, Texas 62,868 39.3%
590 Lehi, Utah 62,712 218.6%
591 Coon Rapids, Minnesota 62,656 1.5%
592 Grand Junction, Colorado 62,475 36.8%
593 La Habra, California 62,466 5.0%
594 Waltham, Massachusetts 62,442 5.4%
595 Brentwood, California 62,433 152.4%

Similarly Sized Cities In Florida

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
245 Clearwater 115,513 5.4%
251 Miami Gardens 113,750 12.8%
260 Palm Bay 111,657 40.2%
269 Pompano Beach 110,473 10.1%
271 West Palm Beach 110,222 32.9%
278 Lakeland 108,054 27.0%
289 Davie 105,149 27.9%
312 Boca Raton 98,150 18.0%
336 Sunrise 94,323 9.5%
340 Plantation 93,909 13.0%
346 Miami Beach 92,307 4.8%
358 Deltona 90,746 29.4%
385 Palm Coast 86,516 160.6%
396 Largo 84,754 13.7%
411 Melbourne 82,011 12.1%
425 Deerfield Beach 80,571 8.2%
430 Fort Myers 79,943 53.8%
446 Boynton Beach 77,702 28.2%
496 Lauderhill 71,970 7.5%
502 Kissimmee 71,104 44.6%
506 Weston 70,944 39.6%
512 Homestead 69,907 119.0%
518 Delray Beach 68,749 13.9%
531 Daytona Beach 68,055 6.6%
552 North Port 66,300 185.1%
557 Tamarac 65,669 17.4%
566 Jupiter 64,976 62.9%
567 Wellington 64,848 66.9%
585 Port Orange 63,203 35.7%
600 North Miami 62,225 4.1%
608 Doral 61,130 189.3%
612 Coconut Creek 61,010 37.9%
634 Sanford 59,317 51.3%
638 Ocala 59,110 24.3%
647 Margate 58,430 8.2%
663 Sarasota 56,994 8.4%
668 Bradenton 56,508 12.9%
674 Bonita Springs 56,088 69.7%
691 Palm Beach Gardens 55,036 51.6%
732 Pinellas Park 52,854 12.0%
734 Pensacola 52,590 -6.2%
748 Apopka 51,564 85.4%
753 St. Cloud 51,282 133.4%
755 Coral Gables 51,095 19.5%
834 Ocoee 46,402 87.0%
838 Titusville 46,263 12.8%
842 Fort Pierce 45,581 13.1%
849 Cutler Bay 45,101 48.8%
851 Oakland Park 45,035 6.9%
863 Altamonte Springs 44,277 7.2%
865 North Lauderdale 44,198 14.5%
868 North Miami Beach 44,124 5.7%
875 Winter Garden 43,536 180.0%
890 Ormond Beach 42,816 17.1%
924 Winter Haven 41,280 50.5%
936 Oviedo 40,785 54.2%
938 Greenacres 40,719 42.6%
963 Hallandale Beach 39,831 15.8%
997 Plant City 38,714 28.1%
999 Royal Palm Beach 38,592 75.6%
1007 Aventura 38,202 51.1%
1012 Lake Worth 38,107 6.9%
1040 Panama City 36,986 0.4%
1051 Winter Springs 36,635 17.6%
1053 Dunedin 36,545 0.7%
1068 Lauderdale Lakes 36,069 15.4%
1080 Cooper City 35,732 25.7%
1097 Clermont 35,211 237.3%
1107 Riviera Beach 34,674 15.9%
1159 Estero 33,048
1177 DeLand 32,506
1190 Parkland 32,202 124.1%
1193 Dania Beach 32,030 17.0%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 63,203 585
2016 61,105 601
2015 59,866 614
2014 58,742 623
2013 57,203 631
2012 56,766 633
2011 56,521 627
2010 56,048 624
2009 54,555 639
2008 54,740 625
2007 54,859 613
2006 54,689 604
2005 53,372 614
2004 52,619 621
2003 50,661 643
2002 49,280 654
2001 47,796 670
2000 46,575 681
1990 36,933 745