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__ Top 50 of the most populated cities in the United StatesUS Cities ranked by city proper population* in 2015.
Many cities in the United States are the core of much larger, or, if you want, more populous metropolitan areas.
In the list below the cities are ranked by the population of the core city. Click on a link of a city to open a new page with more information about, and a satellite view/map of the city. Links of US states open a map of the state with more information. Capital cities of US states are marked in bold.
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Top 50 of US America's most populous cities.
|City Name (State)
|1. New York (New York)
New York City (NYC),
nickname Big Apple, located on the Atlantic coast at the mouth of the Hudson River, is probably the most famous city in the world...
|2. Los Angeles (California)
The "City of Angels" is the largest city in the state of California and the second most populous city in the United States.
|3. Chicago (Illinois)
The Windy City is the largest city in the state of Illinois, the city is located on the southwestern tip of Lake Michigan.
|4. Houston (Texas)
largest city in the state of Texas and the fourth most populous city in the United States
|5. Philadelphia (Pennsylvania)
largest city in Pennsylvania and the fifth most populous city in the United States
|6. Phoenix (Arizona)
The sixth largest city in the United States is capital city of Arizona since 1889
|7. San Antonio (Texas)
The second-largest city in Texas is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States
|8. San Diego (California)
The seaport in southern California is a major technology and defense hub in the United States
|9. Dallas (Texas)
The third-largest city in the state of Texas is a major center of education for much of the South Central United States
|10. San Jose* (California)
the county seat of Santa Clara County is a major part of Silicon Valley
|11. Austin (Texas) pop. 932,000|
|12. Jacksonville (Florida) pop. 868,000|
|13. San Francisco (California) pop. 865,000|
|14. Indianapolis (Indiana) pop. 853,000|
|15. Columbus (Ohio) pop. 850,000|
|16. Fort Worth (Texas) pop. 833,000|
|17. Charlotte (North Carolina) pop. 827,000|
|18. Seattle (Washington) pop. 684,000|
|19. Denver (Colorado) pop. 682,000|
|20. El Paso (Texas) pop. 681,000|
|21. Detroit (Michigan) pop. 677,000|
|22. Washington (D.C.) pop. 672,000|
|23. Boston (Massachusetts) pop. 667,000|
|24. Memphis (Tennessee) pop. 656,000|
|25. Nashville-Davidson (Tennessee) pop. 655,000|
|26. Portland (Oregon) pop. 632,000|
|27. Oklahoma City (Oklahoma) pop. 631,000|
|28. Las Vegas (Nevada) pop. 624,000|
|29. Baltimore (Maryland) pop. 622,000|
|30. Louisville (Kentucky) pop. 615,000|
|31. Milwaukee (Wisconsin) pop. 600,000|
|32. Albuquerque (New Mexico) pop. 559,000|
|33. Tucson (Arizona) pop. 532,000|
|34. Fresno (California) pop. 520,000|
|35. Sacramento (California) pop. 491,000|
|36. Kansas City (Missouri) pop. 475,000|
|37. Long Beach (California) pop. 474,000|
|38. Mesa City (Arizona) pop. 472,000|
|39. Atlanta (Georgia) pop. 464,000|
|40. Colorado Springs (Colorado) pop. 456,000|
|41. Virginia Beach (Virginia) pop. 453,000|
|42. Raleigh (North Carolina) pop. 451,000|
|43. Omaha (Nebraska) pop. 444,000|
|44. Miami (Florida) pop. 441,000|
|45. Oakland (California) pop. 419,000|
|46. Minneapolis (Minnesota) pop. 411,000|
|47. Tulsa (Oklahoma) pop. 403,000|
|48. Wichita (Kansas) pop. 390,000|
|49. New Orleans (Louisiana) 389,000|
|50. Arlington (Texas) pop. 388,000|
|51. Cleveland (Ohio) pop. 388,000|
|* Baltimore (MD) is included in urban
agglomeration of Washington, D.C.
* Fort Worth (Texas) is included in urban agglomeration of Dallas.
* Long Beach (California) is included in urban agglomeration of Los Angeles.
* San Jose (California) is included in urban agglomeration of San Francisco.
|1 City proper is defined as a locality with
legally fixed boundaries and an administratively recognized urban status that
is usually characterized by some form of local government.
2 Urban agglomeration has been defined as comprising the city or town proper and also the suburban fringe or thickly settled territory lying outside of, but adjacent to the city boundaries.
Source: United States Census Bureau
50 US States:
US State Capitals
Maps of the 50 U.S. States
The United States Country Profile
Flags of the U.S. States
Area of the U.S. States
Population of the U.S. States
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