Latest Data (2016)
Population 89,273
Nationwide Rank 359

Quick Facts

Suffolk, Virginia is the 359th largest city in the United States as of 2016.

Suffolk, Virginia is a city.

Suffolk, Virginia is as large as it has ever been. In 2016 Suffolk had its largest population ever.

Suffolk, Virginia is growing moderately quickly. It is growing faster than 75% of similarly sized cities since 2000.

Suffolk, Virginia Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
349 Greenville, North Carolina 91,495 45.7%
350 Nampa, Idaho 91,382 66.8%
351 Edmond, Oklahoma 91,191 33.0%
352 Bend, Oregon 91,122 73.1%
353 Carmel, Indiana 91,065 70.0%
354 San Leandro, California 90,465 13.4%
355 Fishers, Indiana 90,127 130.8%
356 Deltona, Florida 90,124 28.6%
357 Concord, North Carolina 89,891 58.7%
358 Tracy, California 89,274 53.7%
359 Suffolk, Virginia 89,273 39.0%
360 Asheville, North Carolina 89,121 22.2%
361 Livermore, California 89,115 20.5%
362 Newton, Massachusetts 89,045 6.2%
363 Fall River, Massachusetts 88,930 -3.4%
364 Menifee, California 88,531 106.9%
365 Indio, California 88,488 75.8%
366 Norwalk, Connecticut 88,438 6.4%
367 Waukegan, Illinois 88,182 -0.1%
368 Sugar Land, Texas 88,177 35.8%
369 Fort Smith, Arkansas 88,133 9.2%

Similarly Sized Cities In Virginia

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
163 Alexandria 155,810 20.3%
194 Hampton 135,410 -7.5%
304 Roanoke 99,660 5.1%
328 Portsmouth 95,252 -5.1%
359 Suffolk 89,273 39.0%
424 Lynchburg 80,212 22.8%
715 Harrisonburg 53,078 31.2%
721 Leesburg 52,607 83.1%
818 Charlottesville 46,912 16.9%
838 Blacksburg 45,038 13.0%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2016 89,273 359
2015 88,161 363
2014 86,806 366
2013 85,728 367
2012 85,181 364
2011 84,751 362
2010 84,585 356
2009 83,659 358
2008 82,420 359
2007 81,152 361
2006 80,153 365
2005 77,924 371
2004 75,747 381
2003 72,867 399
2002 69,296 417
2001 66,423 434
2000 64,200 444
1990 52,143 495