Latest Data (2017)
Population 63,071
Nationwide Rank 588

Quick Facts

San Marcos, Texas is the 588th largest city in the United States as of 2017.

San Marcos, Texas is a city.

San Marcos, Texas is as large as it has ever been. In 2017 San Marcos had its largest population ever.

San Marcos, Texas is growing moderately quickly. It is growing faster than 87% of similarly sized cities since 2000.

San Marcos, Texas Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
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%
596 Ankeny, Iowa 62,416 126.2%
597 Springfield, Oregon 62,353 16.4%
598 Council Bluffs, Iowa 62,316 6.8%

Similarly Sized Cities In Texas

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
221 Round Rock 123,678 103.8%
228 Abilene 121,885 5.1%
232 Pearland 119,940 160.4%
233 Beaumont 119,114 4.9%
240 Odessa 116,861 29.0%
241 Richardson 116,783 26.5%
253 College Station 113,564 64.8%
287 Lewisville 106,021 35.2%
291 Tyler 104,991 24.3%
292 League City 104,903 128.6%
295 Wichita Falls 104,747 0.6%
304 Allen 100,685 123.3%
306 San Angelo 100,119 13.2%
362 Edinburg 90,280 84.4%
371 Sugar Land 88,485 36.3%
397 Mission 84,424 81.8%
399 Conroe 84,378 116.7%
403 Bryan 84,021 27.4%
415 Longview 81,522 11.7%
434 Pharr 79,487 67.7%
438 New Braunfels 79,152 105.1%
451 Baytown 76,804 15.2%
454 Flower Mound 76,681 48.1%
466 Cedar Park 75,704 189.7%
474 Temple 74,503 34.9%
475 Missouri City 74,497 39.2%
508 Georgetown 70,685 147.1%
509 North Richland Hills 70,441 25.8%
516 Mansfield 68,928 142.5%
540 Victoria 67,106 10.8%
562 Harlingen 65,467 11.3%
583 Pflugerville 63,359 163.3%
588 San Marcos 63,071 73.2%
589 Rowlett 62,868 39.3%
683 Port Arthur 55,498 -3.6%
688 Euless 55,174 19.3%
713 Grapevine 53,982 26.5%
717 DeSoto 53,568 41.5%
758 Galveston 50,497 -12.1%
769 Wylie 49,826 218.9%
774 Bedford 49,486 4.7%
780 Leander 49,234 482.7%
793 Cedar Hill 48,710 48.6%
797 Texas City 48,558 16.2%
822 Keller 47,266 68.9%
832 Little Elm 46,548 931.1%
840 Burleson 46,145 110.0%
860 Haltom City 44,417 13.5%
864 Rockwall 44,208 134.7%
877 Kyle 43,480 626.1%
895 The Colony 42,721 57.7%
910 Coppell 41,941 14.6%
911 Sherman 41,917 19.0%
925 Huntsville 41,277 17.4%
946 Weslaco 40,358 40.2%
955 Schertz 40,092 90.4%
962 Friendswood 39,839 36.3%
971 Duncanville 39,487 9.4%
976 Lancaster 39,386 51.4%
989 Hurst 39,051 7.4%
1024 Rosenberg 37,661 55.4%
1034 Texarkana 37,333 7.1%
1037 Farmers Branch 37,088 34.9%
1041 San Juan 36,981 38.6%
1071 Del Rio 36,006 5.9%
1075 Lufkin 35,837 7.4%
1089 La Porte 35,371 10.3%
1090 Waxahachie 35,340 62.9%
1125 Socorro 34,048 22.6%
1130 Deer Park 33,891 18.6%
1139 Nacogdoches 33,614 11.9%
1173 Copperas Cove 32,706 8.9%
1196 Southlake 31,824 45.7%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 63,071 588
2016 61,980 590
2015 60,684 597
2014 58,892 622
2013 54,076 679
2012 50,001 726
2011 47,662 770
2010 44,894 804
2009 53,205 656
2008 52,233 662
2007 50,530 684
2006 48,433 712
2005 47,101 720
2004 45,049 747
2003 43,969 757
2002 42,618 767
2001 39,078 836
2000 36,412 881
1990 29,072 957