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List of cities in the United States

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This is a list of cities in the fifty United States as well as U.S.-owned territories (Puerto Rico, the United States Virgin Islands, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, and American Samoa) and the District of Columbia. For a more exhaustive list of cities in a particular state or territory, see the main article, linked to in each applicable section. See also Largest cities of the United States.

Contents

Alphabetical order per state or territory

Alabama

Main article: List of cities in Alabama

Alaska

Main article: List of cities in Alaska

American Samoa

Arizona

Main article: List of cities in Arizona

Arkansas

Main article: List of cities in Arkansas

California

Main article: List of cities in California

Colorado

Main article: List of cities in Colorado

Connecticut

Main article: List of cities in Connecticut

Delaware

Main article: List of cities in Delaware

District of Columbia

Florida

Main article: List of cities in Florida

Georgia

Main article: List of cities in Georgia, USA

Guam

Hawaii

Main article: List of cities in Hawaii

Idaho

Main article: List of cities in Idaho

Illinois

Main article: List of cities in Illinois

Indiana

Main article: List of cities in Indiana

Iowa

Main article: List of cities in Iowa

Kansas

Main article: List of cities in Kansas

Kentucky

Main article: List of cities in Kentucky

Louisiana

Main article: List of cities, towns, and villages in Louisiana

Maine

Main article: List of cities in Maine

Maryland

Main article: List of cities in Maryland

Massachusetts

Main article: List of cities in Massachusetts

Michigan

Main article: List of cities in Michigan

Minnesota

Main article: List of cities in Minnesota

Mississippi

Main article: List of cities in Mississippi

Missouri

Main article: List of cities in Missouri

Montana

Main article: List of cities and towns in Montana

Nebraska

Main article: List of cities in Nebraska

Nevada

Main article: List of cities in Nevada

New Hampshire

Main article: List of cities in New Hampshire

New Mexico

Main article: List of cities, towns, and villages in New Mexico

New York

Main article: List of cities in New York

North Carolina

Main article: List of cities in North Carolina

North Dakota

Main article: List of cities in North Dakota

Northern Mariana Islands

Ohio

Main article: List of cities in Ohio

Oklahoma

Main article: List of cities in Oklahoma

Oregon

Main article: List of cities in Oregon

Pennsylvania

Main article: List of cities in Pennsylvania

Puerto Rico

Main article: List of cities in Puerto Rico

Rhode Island

Main article: List of cities in Rhode Island

South Carolina

Main article: List of cities in South Carolina

South Dakota

Main article: List of cities in South Dakota

Tennessee

Main article: List of cities in Tennessee

Texas

Main article: List of cities in Texas

United States Virgin Islands

Utah

Main article: List of cities in Utah (which includes towns and census-designated places)

There are over 100 "cities" in Utah. Here is a partial list.

Vermont

Main article: List of cities in Vermont

Virginia

Main article: List of cities in Virginia (Note: Virginia uses the concept of the "independent city" for most actual cities so some of these locations may be counties, towns, or place names rather than true 'cities'.)

Washington

Main article: List of cities in Washington

West Virginia

Main article: List of cities in West Virginia

Wisconsin

Main article: List of cities in Wisconsin

Wyoming

Main article: List of cities in Wyoming

Cities by population

This lists, in order, US cities with a population greater than 100,000 (according to the 2000 US Census).

  1. New York, New York - 8,008,278
  2. Los Angeles, California - 3,694,820
  3. Chicago, Illinois - 2,896,016
  4. Houston, Texas - 1,953,631
  5. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - 1,517,550
  6. Phoenix, Arizona - 1,321,045
  7. San Diego, California - 1,223,400
  8. Dallas, Texas - 1,188,580
  9. San Antonio, Texas - 1,144,646
  10. Detroit, Michigan - 951,270
  11. San Jose, California - 894,943
  12. Indianapolis, Indiana - 791,926
  13. San Francisco, California - 776,733
  14. Jacksonville, Florida - 735,617
  15. Columbus, Ohio - 711,470
  16. Louisville Metro, Kentucky - 693,604
  17. Austin, Texas - 656,562
  18. Baltimore, Maryland - 651,154
  19. Memphis, Tennessee - 650,100
  20. Milwaukee, Wisconsin - 596,974
  21. Boston, Massachusetts - 589,141
  22. Washington, DC - 572,059
  23. Nashville, Tennessee - 569,891
  24. El Paso, Texas - 563,662
  25. Seattle, Washington - 563,374
  26. Denver, Colorado - 554,636
  27. Charlotte, North Carolina - 540,828
  28. Fort Worth, Texas - 534,694
  29. Portland, Oregon - 529,121
  30. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - 506,132
  31. Tucson, Arizona - 486,699
  32. New Orleans, Louisiana - 484,674
  33. Las Vegas, Nevada - 478,434
  34. Cleveland, Ohio - 478,403
  35. Long Beach, California - 461,522
  36. Albuquerque, New Mexico - 448,607
  37. Kansas City, Missouri - 441,545
  38. Fresno, California - 427,652
  39. Virginia Beach, Virginia - 425,257
  40. San Juan, Puerto Rico - 421,958
  41. Atlanta, Georgia - 416,474
  42. Sacramento, California - 407,018
  43. Oakland, California - 399,484
  44. Mesa, Arizona - 396,375
  45. Tulsa, Oklahoma - 393,049
  46. Omaha, Nebraska - 390,007
  47. Minneapolis, Minnesota - 382,618
  48. Honolulu, Hawaii - 371,657
  49. Miami, Florida - 362,470,
  50. Colorado Springs, Colorado - 360,890
  51. Saint Louis, Missouri - 348,189
  52. Wichita, Kansas - 344,284
  53. Santa Ana, California - 337,977
  54. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - 334,563
  55. Arlington, Texas - 332,969
  56. Cincinnati, Ohio - 331,285
  57. Anaheim, California - 328,014
  58. Toledo, Ohio - 313,619
  59. Tampa, Florida - 303,447
  60. Buffalo, New York - 292,648
  61. Saint Paul, Minnesota - 287,151
  62. Corpus Christi, Texas - 277,454
  63. Aurora, Colorado - 276,393
  64. Raleigh, North Carolina - 276,093
  65. Newark, New Jersey - 273,546
  66. Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky - 260,512
  67. Anchorage, Alaska - 260,283
  68. Riverside, California - 255,166
  69. Saint Petersburg, Florida - 248,232
  70. Bakersfield, California - 247,057
  71. Stockton, California - 243,771
  72. Birmingham, Alabama - 242,820
  73. Jersey City, New Jersey - 240,055
  74. Norfolk, Virginia - 234,403,
  75. Baton Rouge, Louisiana - 227,818
  76. Hialeah, Florida - 226,419,
  77. Lincoln, Nebraska - 225,581
  78. Greensboro, North Carolina - 223,891
  79. Plano, Texas - 222,030
  80. Rochester, New York - 219,773
  81. Glendale, Arizona - 218,812
  82. Akron, Ohio - 217,074
  83. Garland, Texas - 215,768
  84. Madison, Wisconsin - 208,054
  85. Fort Wayne, Indiana - 205,727
  86. Bayamon, Puerto Rico - 203,499
  87. Scottsdale, Arizona - 202,705
  88. Fremont, California - 203,413
  89. Montgomery, Alabama - 201,568
  90. Shreveport, Louisiana - 200,145
  91. Augusta, Georgia - 199,775
  92. Lubbock, Texas - 199,564
  93. Chesapeake, Virginia - 199,184
  94. Mobile, Alabama - 198,915
  95. Des Moines, Iowa - 198,682
  96. Grand Rapids, Michigan - 197,800
  97. Richmond, Virginia - 197,790,
  98. Yonkers, New York - 196,086
  99. Spokane, Washington - 195,629
  100. Glendale, California - 194,973
  101. Tacoma, Washington - 193,556
  102. Irving, Texas - 191,615
  103. Huntington Beach, California - 189,594
  104. Modesto, California - 188,856
  105. Durham, North Carolina - 187,035
  106. Columbus, Georgia - 186,291
  107. Orlando, Florida - 185,951,
  108. Boise, Idaho - 185,787
  109. Winston-Salem, North Carolina - 185,776
  110. San Bernardino, California - 185,401
  111. Jackson, Mississippi - 184,256
  112. Little Rock, Arkansas - 183,133
  113. Salt Lake City, Utah - 181,743
  114. Reno, Nevada - 180,480
  115. Newport News, Virginia - 180,150
  116. Chandler, Arizona - 176,581
  117. Laredo, Texas - 176,576
  118. Henderson, Nevada - 175,381
  119. Knoxville, Tennessee - 173,890
  120. Amarillo, Texas - 173,627
  121. Providence, Rhode Island - 173,618
  122. Chula Vista, California - 173,556
  123. Worcester, Massachusetts - 172,648
  124. Oxnard, California - 170,358
  125. Carolina, Puerto Rico - 168,164
  126. Dayton, Ohio - 166,179
  127. Garden Grove, California - 165,196
  128. Oceanside, California - 161,029
  129. Tempe, Arizona - 158,625
  130. Huntsville, Alabama - 158,216
  131. Ontario, California - 158,007
  132. Chattanooga, Tennessee - 155,554
  133. Ponce, Puerto Rico - 155,038
  134. Fort Lauderdale, Florida - 152,397
  135. Springfield, Massachusetts - 152,082
  136. Springfield, Missouri - 151,580
  137. Santa Clarita, California - 151,088
  138. Salinas, California - 151,060
  139. Tallahassee, Florida - 150,624
  140. Rockford, Illinois - 150,115
  141. Pomona, California - 149,473
  142. Paterson, New Jersey - 149,222
  143. Overland Park, Kansas - 149,080
  144. Santa Rosa, California - 147,595
  145. Syracuse, New York - 147,306
  146. Kansas City, Kansas - 146,866
  147. Hampton, Virginia - 146,437
  148. Lakewood, Colorado - 144,126
  149. Vancouver, Washington - 143,560
  150. Irvine, California - 143,072
  151. Aurora, Illinois - 142,990
  152. Moreno Valley, California - 142,381
  153. Pasadena, Texas - 141,674
  154. Hayward, California - 140,030,
  155. Brownsville, Texas - 139,722
  156. Bridgeport, Connecticut - 139,529
  157. Hollywood, Florida - 139,357
  158. Warren, Michigan - 138,247
  159. Torrance, California - 137,946
  160. Eugene, Oregon - 137,893
  161. Pembroke Pines, Florida - 137,427
  162. Salem, Oregon - 136,924
  163. Pasadena, California - 133,936
  164. Escondido, California - 133,559
  165. Sunnyvale, California - 131,760
  166. Savannah, Georgia - 131,510
  167. Fontana, California - 128,929
  168. Orange, California - 128,821
  169. Naperville, Illinois - 128,358
  170. Alexandria, Virginia - 128,283,
  171. Rancho Cucamonga, California - 127,743
  172. Grand Prairie, Texas - 127,427
  173. Fullerton, California - 126,003
  174. Corona, California - 124,966
  175. Flint, Michigan - 124,943
  176. Mesquite, Texas - 124,523
  177. Sterling Heights, Michigan - 124,471
  178. Sioux Falls, South Dakota - 123,975
  179. New Haven, Connecticut - 123,626,
  180. Topeka, Kansas - 122,377
  181. Concord, California - 121,780
  182. Evansville, Indiana - 121,582
  183. Hartford, Connecticut - 121,578,
  184. Fayetteville, North Carolina - 121,015
  185. Cedar Rapids, Iowa - 120,758
  186. Elizabeth, New Jersey - 120,568
  187. Lansing, Michigan - 119,128
  188. Lancaster, California - 118,718
  189. Fort Collins, Colorado - 118,652
  190. Coral Springs, Florida - 117,549
  191. Stamford, Connecticut - 117,083
  192. Thousand Oaks, California - 117,005
  193. Vallejo, California - 116,760
  194. Palmdale, California - 116,670
  195. Columbia, South Carolina - 116,278
  196. El Monte, California - 115,965
  197. Abilene, Texas - 115,930
  198. North Las Vegas, Nevada - 115,488
  199. Ann Arbor, Michigan - 114,024
  200. Beaumont, Texas - 113,866
  201. Waco, Texas - 113,726
  202. Independence, Missouri - 113,288
  203. Peoria, Illinois - 112,936
  204. Inglewood, California - 112,580
  205. Springfield, Illinois - 111,454
  206. Simi Valley, California - 111,351
  207. Lafayette, Louisiana - 110,257
  208. Gilbert, Arizona - 109,697
  209. Carrollton, Texas - 109,576
  210. Bellevue, Washington - 109,569,
  211. West Valley City, Utah - 108,896
  212. Clearwater, Florida - 108,787
  213. Costa Mesa, California - 108,724
  214. Peoria, Arizona - 108,364
  215. South Bend, Indiana - 107,789
  216. Downey, California - 107,323
  217. Waterbury, Connecticut - 107,271
  218. Manchester, New Hampshire - 107,006
  219. Allentown, Pennsylvania - 106,632
  220. McAllen, Texas - 106,414
  221. Joliet, Illinois - 106,221
  222. Lowell, Massachusetts - 105,167
  223. Provo, Utah - 105,166,
  224. West Covina, California - 105,080
  225. Wichita Falls, Texas - 104,197
  226. Erie, Pennsylvania - 103,717
  227. Daly City, California - 103,621
  228. Clarksville, Tennessee - 103,455
  229. Norwalk, California - 103,298
  230. Gary, Indiana - 102,746
  231. Berkeley, California - 102,743
  232. Santa Clara, California - 102,361
  233. Green Bay, Wisconsin - 102,313
  234. Cape Coral, Florida - 102,286
  235. Arvada, Colorado - 102,153
  236. Pueblo, Colorado - 102,121
  237. Athens, Georgia - 101,489
  238. Cambridge, Massachusetts - 101,355
  239. Westminster, Colorado - 100,940
  240. Ventura, California - 100,916
  241. Portsmouth, Virginia - 100,565
  242. Livonia, Michigan - 100,545
  243. Burbank, California - 100,316

Most common city names

This lists the most common incorporated city names, with number of states and links to city pages.

Notes

Source: United States Census Bureau, Census 2000 Redistricting Data (P.L. 94-171) Summary File and 1990 Census [1] (http://www.census.gov/population/www/cen2000/phc-t5.html).

  1. The five boroughs of New York city are coextensive with the five counties that constitute New York city: Bronx borough (Bronx County), Brooklyn borough (Kings County), Manhattan borough (New York County), Queens borough (Queens County), and Staten Island borough (Richmond County).
  2. Philadelphia city is coextensive with Philadelphia County.
  3. San Francisco city is coextensive with San Francisco County.
  4. In 2003, the governments of Louisville and Jefferson County, Kentucky, merged into a consolidated government known as "Louisville Metro" (official short form, and by far the most commonly used) and "Louisville-Jefferson County Metro Government" (official long form). The population figure for Louisville Metro is the 2000 Census figure for Jefferson County (including the former city of Louisville) before the consolidation.
  5. Washington city is coextensive with the District of Columbia.
  6. Nashville-Davidson city is consolidated with Davidson County.
  7. Denver city is coextensive with Denver County.
  8. New Orleans is coextensive with Orleans Parish.
  9. Honolulu Census Designated Place; by agreement with the State of Hawaii, the Census Bureau does not show data separately for the city of Honolulu, which is coextensive with Honolulu County.
  10. "Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky" is the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, a consolidation of the city of Lexington and Fayette County.
  11. The incorporated place of Anchorage municipality is coextensive with the county equivalent of Anchorage Municipality.
  12. In 2000, Richmond County and the incorporated place of Augusta-Richmond County are coextensive. The 1990 population is for the incorporated place of Augusta city before consolidation of the city and county governments.
  13. Columbus city is consolidated with Muscogee County.
  14. In 2000, Clarke County and the incorporated place of Athens-Clarke County are coextensive. The 1990 population is for the incorporated place of Athens city before consolidation of the city and county governments.

2002 estimates indicate Richmond, California, Fairfield, California and Olathe, Kansas were added to this list while Portsmouth, Virginia was dropped.

See also

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