Latest Data (2018)
Population 66,054
Nationwide Rank 562

Quick Facts

Tamarac, Florida is the 562nd largest city in the United States as of 2018.

Tamarac, Florida is a city.

Tamarac, Florida is as large as it has ever been. In 2018 Tamarac had its largest population ever.

Tamarac, Florida's growth is about average. 46% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Tamarac, Florida Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2018
552 Palo Alto, California 66,666 13.8%
553 Kenner, Louisiana 66,657 -5.2%
554 West Des Moines, Iowa 66,641 41.2%
555 Eagan, Minnesota 66,527 4.3%
556 Conway, Arkansas 66,426 52.0%
557 Portland, Maine 66,417 3.4%
558 Rowlett, Texas 66,285 46.9%
559 Laguna Niguel, California 66,266 5.4%
560 Alpharetta, Georgia 66,255 42.1%
561 North Little Rock, Arkansas 66,127 9.1%
562 Tamarac, Florida 66,054 18.1%
563 Lehi, Utah 66,037 235.5%
564 Lakeville, Minnesota 65,877 51.1%
565 Shawnee, Kansas 65,845 35.3%
566 Auburn, Alabama 65,738 41.8%
567 Sammamish, Washington 65,733 88.9%
568 Madera, California 65,706 50.4%
569 Schenectady, New York 65,575 6.1%
570 Jupiter, Florida 65,524 64.3%
571 Harlingen, Texas 65,436 11.2%
572 Ankeny, Iowa 65,284 136.6%

Similarly Sized Cities In Florida

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2018
246 Clearwater 116,478 6.3%
254 Palm Bay 114,194 43.4%
258 Miami Gardens 113,069 12.2%
263 Pompano Beach 111,954 11.5%
268 West Palm Beach 111,398 34.4%
273 Lakeland 110,516 29.9%
289 Davie 106,558 29.6%
313 Boca Raton 99,244 19.3%
333 Sunrise 95,458 10.9%
344 Plantation 94,288 13.4%
355 Deltona 91,951 31.2%
359 Miami Beach 91,718 4.1%
381 Palm Coast 87,607 163.9%
398 Largo 84,996 14.0%
413 Melbourne 82,826 13.2%
418 Fort Myers 82,254 58.2%
430 Deerfield Beach 80,863 8.6%
445 Boynton Beach 78,050 28.8%
488 Kissimmee 73,597 49.7%
501 Lauderhill 72,094 7.6%
508 Weston 71,210 40.1%
514 Homestead 70,477 120.8%
519 Delray Beach 69,358 14.9%
523 Daytona Beach 68,866 7.9%
525 North Port 68,628 195.1%
562 Tamarac 66,054 18.1%
570 Jupiter 65,524 64.3%
574 Wellington 65,200 67.8%
586 Port Orange 64,252 37.9%
596 North Miami 62,996 5.4%
608 Doral 61,824 192.5%
611 Coconut Creek 61,361 38.7%
622 Ocala 60,429 27.1%
627 Sanford 60,035 53.1%
648 Margate 58,656 8.6%
659 Sarasota 57,738 9.8%
661 Bradenton 57,644 15.1%
664 Bonita Springs 57,370 73.6%
678 Palm Beach Gardens 56,284 55.0%
716 St. Cloud 54,115 146.3%
731 Apopka 53,489 92.3%
737 Pinellas Park 53,098 12.5%
740 Pensacola 52,713 -6.0%
761 Coral Gables 50,999 19.3%
818 Ocoee 47,720 92.3%
842 Titusville 46,497 13.4%
844 Fort Pierce 46,071 14.3%
848 North Miami Beach 45,887 9.9%
852 Oakland Park 45,339 7.6%
853 Winter Garden 45,266 191.1%
859 Cutler Bay 44,867 48.0%
871 North Lauderdale 44,391 15.0%
874 Altamonte Springs 44,241 7.1%
886 Ormond Beach 43,475 18.9%
893 Winter Haven 43,020 56.9%
926 Oviedo 41,557 57.1%
941 Greenacres 41,084 43.9%
969 Royal Palm Beach 40,018 82.1%
972 Hallandale Beach 39,940 16.2%
996 Plant City 39,156 29.5%
1014 Lake Worth 38,267 7.3%
1023 Aventura 37,988 50.3%
1036 Winter Springs 37,321 19.8%
1047 Panama City 36,908 0.2%
1056 Clermont 36,693 251.5%
1059 Dunedin 36,580 0.8%
1071 Lauderdale Lakes 36,324 16.2%
1084 Cooper City 35,853 26.1%
1110 Riviera Beach 34,834 16.5%
1151 Parkland 33,631 134.0%
1157 DeLand 33,532
1160 Estero 33,474

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2018 66,054 562
2017 65,669 557
2016 65,199 554
2015 64,681 553
2014 63,793 553
2013 63,155 553
2012 62,557 550
2011 61,702 552
2010 60,427 561
2009 59,655 561
2008 59,298 560
2007 59,259 555
2006 59,821 541
2005 59,593 530
2004 58,883 533
2003 57,644 538
2002 57,243 535
2001 56,786 531
2000 55,929 539
1990 44,469 602