What is the current population of Springfield?

Based on the latest 2020 data from the US census, the current population of Springfield is 58,877. Springfield, Ohio is the 649th largest city in the US.

What was the peak population of Springfield?

The peak population of Springfield was in 1990, when its population was 70,718. In 1990, Springfield was the 331st largest city in the US; now its fallen to the 649th largest city in the US. Springfield is currently 16.7% smaller than it was in 1990.

How quickly is Springfield shrinking?

Springfield has shrunk 10.6% since the year 2000. Springfield, Ohio's growth is extremely below average. 98% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2019 58,877 649
2018 59,282 641
2017 59,208 635
2016 59,087 632
2015 59,680 616
2014 59,956 605
2013 59,357 603
2012 60,147 584
2011 60,322 571
2010 60,608 557
2009 62,060 531
2008 62,203 521
2007 62,106 516
2006 62,545 502
2005 63,189 488
2004 63,143 475
2003 63,632 467
2002 65,000 449
2001 65,286 442
2000 65,875 433
1990 70,718 331
1890 31,895 95
1880 20,730 94

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2019
639 Meriden, Connecticut 59,395 1.9%
640 Gardena, California 59,329 2.4%
641 Apex, North Carolina 59,300 179.2%
642 Royal Oak, Michigan 59,277 -1.1%
643 Cupertino, California 59,276 12.6%
644 Lancaster, Pennsylvania 59,265 4.3%
645 La Mesa, California 59,249 8.1%
646 Gilroy, California 59,032 41.5%
647 St. Clair Shores, Michigan 58,984 -6.3%
648 Des Plaines, Illinois 58,899 3.1%
649 Springfield, Ohio 58,877 -10.6%
650 Corvallis, Oregon 58,856 19.0%
651 Margate, Florida 58,796 8.9%
652 Bowie, Maryland 58,643 12.2%
653 Casa Grande, Arizona 58,632 117.6%
654 Caldwell, Idaho 58,481 111.5%
655 San Rafael, California 58,440 4.1%
656 Great Falls, Montana 58,434 2.3%
657 Sarasota, Florida 58,285 10.9%
658 Richland, Washington 58,225 49.5%
659 St. Peters, Missouri 58,212 13.0%

Similarly Sized Cities In Ohio

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2019
452 Parma 78,103 -8.6%
517 Canton 70,447 -12.9%
574 Youngstown 65,469 -19.8%
595 Lorain 63,855 -7.0%
606 Hamilton 62,082 2.4%
649 Springfield 58,877 -10.6%
706 Kettering 54,855 -4.8%
724 Elyria 53,757 -4.1%
777 Newark 50,315 8.6%
786 Lakewood 49,678 -12.0%
796 Cuyahoga Falls 49,106 -0.6%
799 Dublin 49,037 54.8%
803 Middletown 48,807 -5.4%
823 Beavercreek 47,741 24.3%
835 Mentor 47,262 -6.1%
839 Mansfield 46,599 -9.8%
841 Euclid 46,550 -11.5%
862 Strongsville 44,660 1.7%
880 Cleveland Heights 43,992 -13.1%
911 Fairfield 42,558 1.0%
923 Grove City 41,820 51.2%
939 Delaware 41,283 59.4%
940 Findlay 41,225 5.1%
945 Westerville 41,103 15.8%
960 Lancaster 40,505 14.0%
1006 Warren 38,752 -19.4%
1018 Reynoldsburg 38,327 19.0%
1026 Huber Heights 38,154 -0.2%
1055 Lima 36,659 -12.2%
1059 Hilliard 36,534 49.6%
1089 Marion 35,883 -3.7%
1099 Gahanna 35,483 9.0%
1102 Upper Arlington 35,366 5.0%
1111 Brunswick 34,880 3.9%
1116 Stow 34,785 7.2%
1128 North Ridgeville 34,392 53.3%
1150 Fairborn 33,876 7.5%
1152 Mason 33,870 50.6%
1191 Massillon 32,584 3.0%
1214 Westlake 32,032 0.8%
1222 Bowling Green 31,504 6.1%
1230 North Olmsted 31,341 -8.0%
1282 North Royalton 30,068 4.7%
1296 Kent 29,646 5.2%

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