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List of cities in Nebraska

 

List of cities in Nebraska

List of cities in Nebraska, arranged in alphabetical order.

List of Largest Cities in Nebraska by Population

Population data based on 2010 census.[1]

     County seat
     State capital and county seat

Map of Nebraska
Omaha, largest city in Nebraska
Lincoln, Capital of Nebraska
2013 Rank City 2013 Estimate[2] 2010 Census[3] Change County
1 Omaha 434,353 408,958 +6.21% Douglas
2 Lincoln 268,738 258,379 +4.01% Lancaster
3 Bellevue 53,663 50,137 +7.03% Sarpy
4 Grand Island 50,550 48,520 +4.18% Hall
5 Kearney 32,174 30,787 +4.51% Buffalo
6 Fremont 26,340 26,397 −0.22% Dodge
7 Hastings 25,093 24,907 +0.75% Adams
8 North Platte 24,534 24,733 −0.80% Lincoln
9 Norfolk 24,523 24,210 +1.29% Madison
10 Columbus 22,533 22,111 +1.91% Platte
11 Papillion 21,921 18,894 +16.02% Sarpy
12 La Vista 17,562 15,758 +11.45% Sarpy
13 Scottsbluff 15,023 15,039 −0.11% Scotts Bluff
14 South Sioux City 13,424 13,353 +0.53% Dakota
15 Beatrice 12,157 12,459 −2.42% Gage
16 Lexington 10,204 10,230 −0.25% Dawson
17 Alliance 8,498 8,491 +0.08% Box Butte
18 Gering 8,480 8,500 −0.24% Scotts Bluff
19 Blair 7,990 7,990 0.00% Washington
20 York 7,961 7,766 +2.51% York
21 McCook 7,697 7,698 −0.01% Red Willow
22 Nebraska City 7,255 7,289 −0.47% Otoe
23 Ralston 7,220 5,943 +21.49% Douglas
24 Crete 7,135 6,960 +2.51% Saline
25 Seward 7,120 6,964 +2.24% Seward
26 Sidney 6,829 6,757 +1.07% Cheyenne
27 Plattsmouth 6,467 6,502 −0.54% Cass
28 Schuyler 6,143 6,211 −1.09% Colfax
29 Chadron 5,787 5,851 −1.09% Dawes
30 Gretna 5,584 4,441 +25.74% Sarpy
31 Wayne 5,543 5,660 −2.07% Wayne
32 Holdrege 5,527 5,495 +0.58% Phelps
33 Ogallala 4,606 4,737 −2.77% Keith
34 Wahoo 4,512 4,508 +0.09% Saunders
35 Aurora 4,465 4,479 −0.31% Hamilton
36 Falls City 4,216 4,325 −2.52% Richardson
37 Cozad 3,934 3,977 −1.08% Dawson
38 Fairbury 3,927 3,942 −0.38% Jefferson
39 O'Neill 3,700 3,705 −0.13% Holt
40 Waverly 3,634 3,277 +10.89% Lancaster
41 Gothenburg 3,558 3,574 −0.45% Dawson
42 Broken Bow 3,491 3,559 −1.91% Custer
43 Auburn 3,385 3,460 −2.17% Nemaha
44 West Point 3,310 3,364 −1.61% Cuming
45 Minden 2,986 2,923 +2.16% Kearney
46 Central City 2,921 2,934 −0.44% Merrick
47 David City 2,900 2,906 −0.21% Butler
48 Valentine 2,789 2,737 +1.90% Cherry
49 Ashland 2,513 2,453 +2.45% Saunders
50 Kimball 2,425 2,496 −2.84% Kimball
51 Madison 2,398 2,438 −1.64% Madison
52 St. Paul 2,322 2,290 +1.40% Howard
53 Milford 2,191 2,090 +4.83% Seward
54 Geneva 2,152 2,217 −2.93% Fillmore
55 Imperial 2,091 2,071 +0.97% Chase
56 Ord 2,078 2,112 −1.61% Valley
57 Valley 2,003 1,875 +6.83% Douglas

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See also

References

  1. ^ "Nebraska State & County QuickFacts". U.S. Census Bureau. Retrieved October 10, 2012. 
  2. ^ "Annual Estimates of the Resident Population for Incorporated Places: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2013".  
  3. ^ "2010 Census Redistricting Data (Public Law 94-171) Summary File". American FactFinder2. U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census. Retrieved 19 June 2013. 


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