Latest Data (2017)
Population 167,376
Nationwide Rank 155

Quick Facts

Springfield, Missouri is the 155th largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Springfield, Missouri is a city.

Springfield, Missouri is as large as it has ever been. In 2017 Springfield had its largest population ever.

Springfield, Missouri's growth is below average. 61% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Springfield, Missouri Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
145 Ontario, California 175,841 10.8%
146 Vancouver, Washington 175,673 19.8%
147 Santa Rosa, California 175,269 17.4%
148 Garden Grove, California 174,226 5.3%
149 Elk Grove, California 171,844 110.3%
150 Pembroke Pines, Florida 170,712 23.4%
151 Salem, Oregon 169,798 23.1%
152 Eugene, Oregon 168,916 21.4%
153 Peoria, Arizona 168,181 51.5%
154 Corona, California 167,836 30.0%
155 Springfield, Missouri 167,376 9.9%
156 Jackson, Mississippi 166,965 -9.8%
157 Cary, North Carolina 165,904 70.3%
158 Fort Collins, Colorado 165,080 37.4%
159 Hayward, California 160,500 13.8%
160 Lancaster, California 160,316 34.5%
161 Alexandria, Virginia 160,035 23.6%
162 Salinas, California 157,596 9.8%
163 Palmdale, California 157,519 34.0%
164 Lakewood, Colorado 154,958 7.3%
165 Springfield, Massachusetts 154,758 1.8%

Similarly Sized Cities In Missouri

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
62 St. Louis 308,626 -11.0%
155 Springfield 167,376 9.9%
229 Columbia 121,717 41.5%
238 Independence 117,306 3.2%
318 Lee's Summit 97,290 37.0%
378 O'Fallon 87,597 72.0%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 167,376 155
2016 167,319 152
2015 166,810 150
2014 165,378 149
2013 164,122 148
2012 162,191 146
2011 160,371 146
2010 159,498 146
2009 157,630 147
2008 156,304 147
2007 154,794 147
2006 153,672 146
2005 152,583 146
2004 152,571 147
2003 152,471 145
2002 152,343 140
2001 152,533 138
2000 152,231 135
1990 141,115 130