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List of cities in Texas by population

 

List of cities in Texas by population

Map of USA & Texas
1 - Houston, largest city in Texas
3 - Dallas
4 - Austin, capital of Texas
6 - El Paso
7 - Arlington

The following is the list of Texas' most populous incorporated cities, towns, and unincorporated Census Designated Places (CDPs). The population is according to the 2014 census estimates.[1] San Marcos was the fastest growing city in the state between 2010 and 2014.[1]

Rank Place name 2014 Estimate 2010 Census Change
1 Houston[2] 2,239,558 2,100,263 6.63%
2 San Antonio 1,436,697 1,327,407 8.23%
3 Dallas 1,281,047 1,197,816 6.95%
4 Austin 912,791 790,390 15.49%
5 Fort Worth 812,238 741,206 9.58%
6 El Paso 679,036 649,121 4.61%
7 Arlington 383,204 365,438 4.86%
8 Corpus Christi 320,434 305,215 4.99%
9 Plano 278,480 259,841 7.17%
10 Laredo 252,309 236,091 6.87%
11 Lubbock 243,839 229,573 6.21%
12 Garland 235,501 226,876 3.80%
13 Irving 232,406 216,290 7.45%
14 Amarillo 197,254 190,695 3.44%
15 Grand Prairie 185,453 175,396 5.73%
16 Brownsville 183,046 175,023 4.58%
17 McKinney 156,767 131,117 19.56%
18 Pasadena 153,887 149,043 3.25%
19 Frisco 145,035 116,989 23.97%
20 Mesquite 144,416 139,824 3.28%
21 McAllen 140,717 130,242 10.80%
22 Killeen 138,154 127,921 8.00%
23 Waco 130,194 124,805 4.32%
24 Carrollton 128,353 119,097 7.77%
25 Denton 128,205 113,383 13.07%
26 Midland 128,037 111,147 15.20%
27 Abilene 120,958 117,063 3.33%
28 Beaumont 117,585 118,296 -0.60%
29 Odessa 114,597 99,940 14.67%
30 Round Rock 112,744 99,887 12.87%
31 The Woodlands (CDP)[3] 107,769 93,847 14.83%
32 Richardson 108,617 99,223 9.47%
33 Wichita Falls 105,114 104,553 0.54%
37 College Station 103,483 93,857 10.26%
36 Pearland 103,441 91,252 13.36%
34 Lewisville 102,889 95,290 7.97%
35 Tyler 101,421 96,500 4.67%
38 San Angelo 98,975 93,200 6.19%
39 League City 94,403 83,560 8.88%
40 Allen 94,179 84,246 11.79%
41 Sugar Land 86,777 78,817 10.10%
42 Edinburg 83,014 77,100 7.67%
43 Mission 82,431 77,058 6.97%
44 Longview 81,593 80,455 1.41%
45 Bryan 80,913 76,201 6.18%
46 Baytown 76,127 71,802 6.02%
47 Pharr 75,382 70,400 7.72%
48 Temple 70,765 66,102 7.05%
49 Missouri City 71,710 67,358 6.46%
50 Flower Mound 69,650 64,669 7.70%
51 North Richland Hills 68,529 63,343 8.19%
52 New Braunfels 66,394 57,740 14.99%
53 Victoria 66,094 62,592 5.59%
54 Atascocita (CDP) 65,844 65,844 0.00%
55 Harlingen 65,914 64,849 1.64%
56 Conroe 65,871 56,207 17.19%
57 Cedar Park 63,574 48,937 29.91%
58 Mansfield 62,246 56,368 10.43%
59 Georgetown 59,102 47,400 24.69%
60 San Marcos 58,892 44,894 31.18%
61 Rowlett 58,407 56,199 3.93%
62 Pflugerville 54,644 46,936 16.42%
63 Port Arthur 54,548 53,818 1.36%
64 Spring (CDP) 54,298 54,298 0.00%
65 Euless 53,224 51,277 3.80%
66 DeSoto 51,934 49,047 5.89%
67 Grapevine 50,844 46,334 9.73%

See also

References

  1. ^ a b United States Census Bureau (2014). Population and Housing Unit Estimates. Retrieved from http://www.census.gov/popest/data/cities/totals/2014/index.html
  2. ^ http://www.chron.com/news/houston-texas/houston/article/City-wins-census-appeal-count-adjusted-4087372.php
  3. ^ http://www.thewoodlandstownship-tx.gov/DocumentCenter/Home/View/667

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