Latest Data (2016)
Population 302,398
Nationwide Rank 64

Quick Facts

St. Paul, Minnesota is the 64th largest city in the United States as of 2016.

St. Paul, Minnesota is a city.

St. Paul, Minnesota is currently 3.5% smaller than it was in 1960, the year of its peak recorded population.

St. Paul, Minnesota's growth is below average. 73% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

St. Paul, Minnesota Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
54 Aurora, Colorado 361,710 30.1%
55 Honolulu, Hawaii 351,792 -5.1%
56 Anaheim, California 351,043 6.6%
57 Santa Ana, California 334,217 -1.2%
58 Corpus Christi, Texas 325,733 17.4%
59 Riverside, California 324,722 25.6%
60 Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky 318,449 21.9%
61 St. Louis, Missouri 311,404 -10.2%
62 Stockton, California 307,072 25.5%
63 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 303,625 -9.0%
64 St. Paul, Minnesota 302,398 5.4%
65 Cincinnati, Ohio 298,800 -9.7%
66 Anchorage, Alaska 298,192 14.4%
67 Henderson, Nevada 292,969 63.4%
68 Greensboro, North Carolina 287,027 25.6%
69 Plano, Texas 286,057 27.5%
70 Newark, New Jersey 281,764 3.3%
71 Lincoln, Nebraska 280,364 23.1%
72 Toledo, Ohio 278,508 -11.2%
73 Orlando, Florida 277,173 42.3%
74 Chula Vista, California 267,172 52.1%

Similarly Sized Cities In Minnesota

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
46 Minneapolis 413,651 8.1%
64 St. Paul 302,398 5.4%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2016 302,398 64
2015 300,851 64
2014 297,640 66
2013 294,873 66
2012 290,770 66
2011 288,673 66
2010 285,068 67
2009 281,253 67
2008 279,447 67
2007 277,782 67
2006 276,237 67
2005 276,969 67
2004 278,518 65
2003 281,757 62
2002 284,718 61
2001 286,431 61
2000 286,772 61
1990 272,235 57
1980 270,230 54
1970 309,980 46
1960 313,411 40
1950 311,349 35
1940 287,736 33
1930 271,606 31
1920 234,698 30
1910 214,744 26
1900 163,065 23
1890 133,156 23
1880 41,473 45
1870 20,030 71
1860 10,401 89