Latest Data (2016)
Population 61,980
Nationwide Rank 590

Quick Facts

San Marcos, Texas is the 590th largest city in the United States as of 2016.

San Marcos, Texas is a city.

San Marcos, Texas is as large as it has ever been. In 2016 San Marcos had its largest population ever.

San Marcos, Texas is growing moderately quickly. It is growing faster than 89% of similarly sized cities since 2000.

San Marcos, Texas Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
580 Blaine, Minnesota 62,892 38.3%
581 Haverhill, Massachusetts 62,873 6.3%
582 Rocklin, California 62,787 68.5%
583 Tulare, California 62,779 36.8%
584 Council Bluffs, Iowa 62,524 7.1%
585 Redmond, Washington 62,458 36.8%
586 Coon Rapids, Minnesota 62,359 1.0%
587 North Miami, Florida 62,139 3.9%
588 Hamilton, Ohio 62,127 2.5%
589 Rowlett, Texas 61,999 37.4%
590 San Marcos, Texas 61,980 70.2%
591 Lakeville, Minnesota 61,938 42.0%
592 Springfield, Oregon 61,893 15.6%
593 Grand Junction, Colorado 61,881 35.5%
594 La Habra, California 61,664 3.6%
595 Moore, Oklahoma 61,415 48.8%
596 Burnsville, Minnesota 61,290 1.6%
597 Taylor, Michigan 61,177 -7.2%
598 Eastvale, California 61,151
599 National City, California 61,147 12.5%
600 Lehi, Utah 61,130 210.6%

Similarly Sized Cities In Texas

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
223 Abilene 122,225 5.4%
227 Round Rock 120,892 99.2%
233 Beaumont 118,299 4.2%
234 Odessa 117,871 30.2%
249 Pearland 113,570 146.5%
250 Richardson 113,347 22.8%
255 College Station 112,141 62.7%
287 Tyler 104,798 24.0%
288 Wichita Falls 104,724 0.5%
289 Lewisville 104,659 33.4%
297 League City 102,010 122.3%
303 San Angelo 100,702 13.8%
307 Allen 99,179 119.9%
368 Sugar Land 88,177 35.8%
374 Edinburg 87,650 79.1%
399 Mission 83,563 79.9%
400 Bryan 83,260 26.2%
409 Conroe 82,286 111.4%
411 Longview 82,055 12.5%
438 Pharr 77,320 63.1%
453 Baytown 75,992 14.0%
466 Missouri City 74,561 39.3%
474 New Braunfels 73,959 91.6%
476 Temple 73,600 33.3%
477 Flower Mound 73,547 42.0%
503 North Richland Hills 69,798 24.7%
511 Cedar Park 68,918 163.7%
525 Victoria 67,670 11.7%
531 Georgetown 67,140 134.7%
547 Mansfield 65,631 130.9%
548 Harlingen 65,539 11.4%
589 Rowlett 61,999 37.4%
590 San Marcos 61,980 70.2%
628 Pflugerville 59,245 146.2%
677 Port Arthur 55,427 -3.8%
689 Euless 54,769 18.4%
722 DeSoto 52,599 39.0%
734 Grapevine 51,971 21.8%
754 Galveston 50,550 -12.1%
762 Bedford 49,528 4.8%
789 Cedar Hill 48,343 47.5%
791 Texas City 48,262 15.5%
801 Wylie 47,701 205.3%
823 Keller 46,646 66.6%
839 Burleson 45,016 104.9%
851 Haltom City 44,361 13.4%
865 Rockwall 43,586 131.4%
883 Leander 42,761 406.1%
888 Little Elm 42,504 841.6%
893 The Colony 42,408 56.6%
909 Sherman 41,567 18.0%
916 Coppell 41,360 13.0%
920 Huntsville 41,208 17.2%
945 Weslaco 40,033 39.0%
961 Duncanville 39,457 9.3%
962 Schertz 39,453 87.4%
965 Friendswood 39,396 34.8%
969 Hurst 39,160 7.7%
972 Kyle 39,060 552.3%
981 Lancaster 38,867 49.4%
1015 Texarkana 37,679 8.1%
1031 Rosenberg 36,937 52.4%
1042 San Juan 36,663 37.4%
1053 Lufkin 36,159 8.4%
1060 Del Rio 35,998 5.9%
1082 La Porte 35,086 9.4%
1089 Farmers Branch 34,988 27.2%
1108 Waxahachie 34,345 58.3%
1121 Nacogdoches 33,932 13.0%
1125 Deer Park 33,782 18.2%
1143 Socorro 33,277 19.8%
1163 Copperas Cove 32,808 9.2%
1217 Southlake 30,991 41.9%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
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