List of Largest Cities of U.S. States and Territories by Population
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List of Largest Cities of U.S. States and Territories by Population

This is a list of the five most populous incorporated cities and Capital in all 50 U.S. states, the District of Columbia, and the 5 inhabited territories of the United States.[1][2][3][4]

List

Key
State Capitals
State, federal
district, or territory
State, federal district,
or territory population[5]
Most populous 2nd most populous 3rd most populous 4th most populous 5th most populous Capital (if not
otherwise listed)
Name Population Name Population Name Population Name Population Name Population Name Population
 Alabama 4,887,871 Birmingham 208,928 Huntsville 204,189 Montgomery 198,956 Mobile 189,572 Tuscaloosa 101,113 [6]
 Alaska 737,438 Anchorage 291,538 Juneau 32,197 Fairbanks 31,516 Wasilla 10,529 Sitka 8,647
 American Samoa 55,519[7] Tafuna 7,945[8] Nu'uuli 3,955 Pago Pago 3,656 'Ili'ili 3,195 Pava'ia'i 2,450 [note 1]
 Arizona 7,171,646 Phoenix 1,660,272 Tucson 545,975 Mesa 508,958 Chandler 257,165 Scottsdale 255,310
 Arkansas 3,013,825 Little Rock 197,881 Fort Smith 87,845 Fayetteville 86,751 Springdale 81,029 Jonesboro 76,990
 California 39,557,045 Los Angeles 3,997,984 San Diego 1,425,976 San Jose 1,030,119 San Francisco 884,198 Fresno 530,093 Sacramento (6) 508,529
 Colorado 5,695,564 Denver 719,238 Colorado Springs 483,829 Aurora 374,114 Fort Collins 167,830 Lakewood 156,798
 Connecticut 3,572,665 Bridgeport 144,900 New Haven 130,418 Stamford 129,775 Hartford 122,587 Waterbury 108,093
 Delaware 967,171 Wilmington 70,635 Dover 38,079 Newark 33,673 Middletown 22,582 Smyrna 11,580
 District of Columbia 702,455 Washington, D.C. 702,455
 Florida 21,299,325 Jacksonville 907,953 Miami 476,329 Tampa 401,189 Orlando 289,191 St. Petersburg 265,098 Tallahassee (8) 193,551
 Georgia 10,519,475 Atlanta 504,527 Augusta 196,939 Columbus 194,160 Macon 153,095 Savannah 147,181
 Guam 159,358 Dededo 44,943 Yigo 20,539 Tamuning 19,685 Mangilao 15,191 Barrigada 8,875 Hagåtña (18) 1,051
 Hawaii 1,420,491 Honolulu1 347,397 East Honolulu 1 49,914 Pearl City1 47,698 Hilo1 43,263 Kailua1 38,635
 Idaho 1,754,208 Boise 228,790 Meridian 106,894 Nampa 96,252 Idaho Falls 63,398 Caldwell 56,541
 Illinois 12,741,080 Chicago 2,705,994 Aurora 198,187 Naperville 148,304 Joliet 148,099 Rockford 146,526 Springfield (6) 114,694
 Indiana 6,691,878 Indianapolis 867,125 Fort Wayne 267,633 Evansville 117,963 South Bend 103,290 Carmel 99,329
 Iowa 3,156,145 Des Moines 216,853 Cedar Rapids 133,174 Davenport 102,085 Sioux City 82,396 Iowa City 76,290
 Kansas 2,911,505 Wichita 389,225 Overland Park 197,219 Kansas City 152,958 Olathe 139,605 Topeka 125,904
 Kentucky 4,468,402 Louisville 620,578 Lexington 323,780 Bowling Green 68,401 Owensboro 59,809 Covington 40,366 Frankfort (15) 27,679
 Louisiana 4,659,978 New Orleans 399,187 Baton Rouge 221,599 Shreveport 185,902 Lafayette 126,143 Lake Charles 78,001
 Maine 1,338,404 Portland 66,417 Lewiston 35,944 Bangor 31,997 South Portland 25,606 Auburn 23,196 Augusta (10) 18,681
 Maryland4 6,042,718 Baltimore 594,282 Columbia 104,156 Germantown 91,347 Silver Spring 83,267 Waldorf 78,904 Annapolis (7) 39,174
 Massachusetts 6,902,149 Boston 699,927 Worcester 185,877 Springfield 155,032 Cambridge 118,977 Lowell 111,670
 Michigan 9,995,915 Detroit 672,662 Grand Rapids 200,217 Warren 134,587 Sterling Heights 132,964 Ann Arbor 121,890 Lansing (6) 118,427
 Minnesota 5,611,179 Minneapolis 427,728 Saint Paul 312,818 Rochester 117,902 Duluth 85,884 Bloomington 85,578
 Mississippi 2,986,530 Jackson 164,422 Gulfport 71,870 Southaven 54,944 Biloxi 45,968 Hattiesburg 45,951
 Missouri 6,126,452 Kansas City 507,928 Saint Louis 302,838 Springfield 168,122 Columbia 123,180 Independence 116,925 Jefferson City (15) 42,838
 Montana 1,062,305 Billings 116,827 Missoula 74,428 Great Falls 58,701 Bozeman 48,532 Butte 34,284 Helena (6) 32,315
 Nebraska 1,929,268 Omaha 468,262 Lincoln 287,401 Bellevue 53,627 Grand Island 51,478 Kearney 33,761
 Nevada 3,034,392 Las Vegas 649,876 Henderson 317,189 Reno 259,746 North Las Vegas 246,133 Paradise 219,178 Carson City (10) 55,414
 New Hampshire 1,356,458 Manchester 112,525 Nashua 89,246 Concord 43,412 Dover 31,771 Rochester 31,366
 New Jersey 8,908,520 Newark 282,090 Jersey City 265,549 Paterson 145,627 Elizabeth 128,885 Edison 100,008 Trenton (10) 83,974
 New Mexico 2,095,428 Albuquerque 560,218 Las Cruces 102,926 Rio Rancho 98,023 Santa Fe 94,528 Roswell 47,635
 New York 19,542,209 New York City 8,879,928 Buffalo 251,298 Rochester 206,284 Yonkers 199,663 Syracuse 142,749 Albany (6) 97,279
 North Carolina 10,383,620 Charlotte 882,367 Raleigh 478,956 Greensboro 298,329 Durham 278,547 Winston-Salem 248,232
 North Dakota 760,077 Fargo 124,844 Bismarck 73,112 Grand Forks 56,948 Minot 47,340 West Fargo 36,566
 Northern Mariana Islands 53,883 Saipan2 48,220 Tinian2 3,136 Rota2 2,527 Northern Islands2 0
 Ohio 11,689,442 Columbus 895,477 Cleveland 382,817 Cincinnati 302,605 Toledo 273,782 Akron 198,006
 Oklahoma 3,943,079 Oklahoma City 649,021 Tulsa 400,669 Norman 123,471 Broken Arrow 109,471 Edmond 93,127
 Oregon 4,190,713 Portland 661,189 Salem 173,442 Eugene 171,245 Gresham 110,158 Hillsboro 108,389
 Pennsylvania 12,807,060 Philadelphia 1,587,828 Pittsburgh 301,048 Allentown 126,238 Erie 96,471 Reading 88,495 Harrisburg (14) 49,229
 Puerto Rico 3,195,153 San Juan 320,967 Bayamón 170,480 Carolina 147,661 Ponce 133,191 Caguas 124,434
 Rhode Island 1,057,315 Providence 179,335 Cranston 81,274 Warwick 80,847 Pawtucket 71,847 East Providence 47,476
 South Carolina 5,084,127 Charleston 136,208 Columbia 133,451 North Charleston 113,237 Mount Pleasant 89,338 Rock Hill 74,309
 South Dakota 882,235 Sioux Falls 181,883 Rapid City 75,443 Aberdeen 28,562 Brookings 24,509 Watertown 22,153 Pierre (8) 13,980
 Tennessee 6,770,010 Nashville 681,928 Memphis 650,618 Knoxville 187,500 Chattanooga 180,557 Clarksville 163,648
 Texas 28,701,845 Houston 2,325,502 San Antonio 1,532,233 Dallas 1,356,785 Austin 993,649 Fort Worth 902,938
 Utah 3,161,105 Salt Lake City 200,591 West Valley City 136,401 Provo 118,178 West Jordan 116,046 Orem 97,521
 Vermont 626,299 Burlington 42,899 South Burlington 19,486 Rutland 15,325 Barre 8,605 Montpelier 7,436
United States Virgin Islands Virgin Islands (U.S.) 106,405 Charlotte Amalie3 18,481 Sion Farm3 13,003 Northside3 10,049 East End3 5,128 Southcentral3 3,277
 Virginia 8,517,685 Virginia Beach 450,189 Norfolk 244,076 Chesapeake 242,634 Richmond 228,783 Newport News 178,626
 Washington 7,535,591 Seattle 754,567 Spokane 219,190 Tacoma 216,279 Vancouver 183,012 Bellevue 147,599 Olympia (23) 52,555
 West Virginia 1,805,832 Charleston 47,215 Huntington 46,048 Morgantown 30,955 Parkersburg 29,675 Wheeling 26,771
 Wisconsin 5,813,568 Milwaukee 592,025 Madison 258,054 Green Bay 108,827 Kenosha 100,164 Racine 77,432
 Wyoming 577,737 Cheyenne 63,957 Casper 57,461 Laramie 32,473 Gillette 31,903 Rock Springs 23,082

Census-designated places on the list

Note 1: The only incorporated place in Hawaii is the City & County of Honolulu. A portion of it, the Honolulu District, is sometimes regarded as the "city" for statistical purposes, although it has no government separate from that of the City and County as a whole. The U.S. Census Bureau defines Honolulu CDP (census-designated place) to coincide with the Honolulu District. Thus for Hawaii, the largest CDPs are ranked.

Note 2: The 4 municipalities of the Northern Mariana Islands are listed. Each municipality is divided into smaller villages, but the municipalities are considered the primary subdivisions (as in how Saipan is usually listed as the capital rather than Capitol Hill, Saipan). The five largest villages are Garapan (3,983), Dandan (3,280), Koblerville (2,493), Finasisu (2,491) and Kagman III (2,402), with Capitol Hill being the 19th largest village at 1,028 people.

Note 3: The most populous sub-districts of the U.S. Virgin Islands (as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau) are listed.[9] The three largest towns are Charlotte Amalie (10,354), Christiansted (2,433) and Frederiksted (859).

Note 4: Though Maryland has a number of incorporated places, many major population centers, usually suburbs in the Baltimore-Washington coridor, are census-designated places. For a list of incorporated places, see List of incorporated places in Maryland.

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Although Pago Pago is capital of American Samoa, Fagatogo (population 1,737) is the seat of government.

References

  1. ^ Citypopulation.de. American Samoa. Retrieved September 20, 2018.
  2. ^ Worldpopulationreview.com. Guam. Retrieved September 20, 2018.
  3. ^ Citypopulation.de. Northern Mariana Islands. Retrieved September 20, 2018.
  4. ^ citypopulation.de. Puerto Rico. Retrieved September 20, 2018.
  5. ^ Staff, Website Services & Coordination. "US Census Bureau 2010 Census Interactive Population Map". www.census.gov. Archived from the original on 2013-07-30. Retrieved .
  6. ^ "Alabama - Place. GCT-PH1. Population, Housing Units, Area, and Density: 2000". U.S. Census Bureau. Archived from the original on 2020-02-12. Retrieved . Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  7. ^ CIA World Factbook. American Samoa. Retrieved July 5, 2019.
  8. ^ American FactFinder. Profile of General Demographic characteristics: 2010. 2010 American Samoa demographic profile data. Geography set to "Tafuna village, American Samoa" Archived 2017-05-03 at the Wayback Machine. Retrieved July 5, 2019.
  9. ^ Census.gov. 2010 Census - U.S. Virgin Islands Districts and Subdistricts. Retrieved September 21, 2018.

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