Latest Data (2016)
Population 94,906
Nationwide Rank 330

Quick Facts

Yuma, Arizona is the 330th largest city in the United States as of 2016.

Yuma, Arizona is a city.

Yuma, Arizona is as large as it has ever been. In 2016 Yuma had its largest population ever.

Yuma, Arizona is growing somewhat quickly. It is growing faster than 60% of similarly sized cities since 2000.

Yuma, Arizona Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
320 Lee's Summit, Missouri 96,076 35.3%
321 Rio Rancho, New Mexico 96,028 82.1%
322 Sandy, Utah 95,836 7.6%
323 Brockton, Massachusetts 95,630 1.2%
324 Meridian, Idaho 95,623 160.3%
325 South Gate, California 95,538 -1.0%
326 Lawrence, Kansas 95,358 18.3%
327 San Marcos, California 95,261 70.5%
328 Portsmouth, Virginia 95,252 -5.1%
329 New Bedford, Massachusetts 95,032 1.2%
330 Yuma, Arizona 94,906 19.9%
331 Lawton, Oklahoma 94,653 2.2%
332 Roswell, Georgia 94,598 15.9%
333 Dearborn, Michigan 94,444 -3.4%
334 Livonia, Michigan 94,041 -6.5%
335 Yakima, Washington 93,986 12.5%
336 Sunrise, Florida 93,734 8.9%
337 Hesperia, California 93,724 48.6%
338 Quincy, Massachusetts 93,688 6.0%
339 Longmont, Colorado 92,858 28.5%
340 Carson, California 92,797 3.1%

Similarly Sized Cities In Arizona

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
133 Tempe 182,498 14.8%
156 Peoria 164,173 47.9%
202 Surprise 132,677 310.1%
330 Yuma 94,906 19.9%
405 Avondale 82,881 122.4%
441 Goodyear 77,258 293.4%
492 Flagstaff 71,459 34.5%
560 Buckeye 64,629 562.3%
693 Casa Grande 54,534 102.4%
705 Lake Havasu City 53,743 26.7%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2016 94,906 330
2015 94,139 329
2014 93,400 327
2013 91,923 330
2012 95,429 310
2011 96,176 302
2010 93,064 310
2009 91,105 316
2008 89,842 322
2007 88,664 323
2006 87,180 322
2005 85,352 329
2004 83,315 336
2003 81,944 338
2002 80,975 343
2001 79,699 353
2000 79,090 350
1990 59,932 405