Latest Data (2016)
Population 83,875
Nationwide Rank 395

Quick Facts

Santa Fe, New Mexico is the 395th largest city in the United States as of 2016.

Santa Fe, New Mexico is a city.

Santa Fe, New Mexico is as large as it has ever been. In 2016 Santa Fe had its largest population ever.

Santa Fe, New Mexico is growing somewhat quickly. It is growing faster than 67% of similarly sized cities since 2000.

Santa Fe, New Mexico Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
385 Alhambra, California 85,474 0.3%
386 Bloomington, Minnesota 85,319 0.2%
387 Palm Coast, Florida 85,109 156.4%
388 Danbury, Connecticut 84,992 13.1%
389 Hoover, Alabama 84,978 34.0%
390 Redwood City, California 84,950 12.5%
391 Bloomington, Indiana 84,465 18.8%
392 Hemet, California 84,281 41.8%
393 Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 84,170 72.2%
394 Trenton, New Jersey 84,056 -1.5%
395 Santa Fe, New Mexico 83,875 32.5%
396 Johns Creek, Georgia 83,873 38.3%
397 Fayetteville, Arkansas 83,826 41.1%
398 Troy, Michigan 83,641 3.2%
399 Mission, Texas 83,563 79.9%
400 Bryan, Texas 83,260 26.2%
401 Lake Forest, California 83,240 9.4%
402 Buena Park, California 83,156 6.5%
403 Largo, Florida 83,065 11.4%
404 Cicero, Illinois 82,992 -2.9%
405 Avondale, Arizona 82,881 122.4%

Similarly Sized Cities In New Mexico

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
299 Las Cruces 101,759 38.2%
321 Rio Rancho 96,028 82.1%
395 Santa Fe 83,875 32.5%
793 Roswell 48,184 6.6%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2016 83,875 395
2015 84,099 391
2014 70,297 490
2013 69,976 487
2012 69,204 483
2011 68,669 482
2010 67,947 477
2009 73,979 416
2008 72,833 421
2007 71,496 429
2006 70,502 431
2005 69,468 434
2004 68,658 432
2003 67,512 438
2002 66,166 446
2001 64,329 449
2000 63,286 453
1990 57,605 426