List of cities in Texas by population

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Location of Texas within the United States
1 – Houston, largest city in the state
3 – Dallas
4 – Austin, capital of the state
6 – El Paso
7 – Arlington
9 – Plano

The following is a list of the most populous incorporated cities, towns, and unincorporated census-designated places (CDPs) in the U.S. state of Texas with a population exceeding 50,000. The population is according to the 2018 census estimates from the United States Census Bureau[1] Population and Housing Unit Estimates.[2] Cedar Park was the fastest growing city in the state between 2010 and 2017.[3]

List of cities and towns[edit]

Rank Place name 2018 Census Estimates 2010 Census % Change
1 Houston 2,325,502 2,100,389 10.11%
2 San Antonio 1,532,233 1,327,407 13.90%
3 Dallas 1,345,047 1,197,816 11.96%
4 Austin 964,254 790,390 20.28%
5 Fort Worth 895,008 741,206 17.94%
6 El Paso 682,669 649,121 5.31%
7 Arlington 398,112 365,438 8.47%
8 Corpus Christi 326,554 305,215 6.68%
9 Plano 288,061 259,841 10.12%
10 Laredo 261,639 236,091 10.40%
11 Lubbock 255,885 229,573 10.59%
12 Garland 242,507 226,876 4.90%
13 Irving 242,242 216,290 11.13%
14 Amarillo 199,924 190,695 4.79%
15 Grand Prairie 194,614 175,396 10.51%
16 McKinney 191,645 175,023 4.72%
17 Frisco 188,170 131,117 38.30%
18 Brownsville 183,392 116,989 51.54%
19 Pasadena 153,219 149,043 3.00%
20 Killeen 149,103 127,921 13.73%
21 McAllen 143,433 130,242 9.56%
22 Mesquite 142,816 139,824 2.95%
23 Midland 142,344 111,147 22.44%
24 Denton 138,541 113,383 20.18%
25 Waco 138,183 124,805 9.32%
26 Carrollton 135,710 119,097 13.95%
27 Round Rock 128,739 99,887 23.82%
28 Abilene 122,999 117,063 4.12%
29 Pearland 122,149 91,252 31.44%
30 Richardson 120,981 99,223 17.70%
31 Odessa 120,568 99,940 16.93%
32 Sugar Land 118,600 78,817 50.48%
33 Beaumont 118,428 117,267[4] 1.58%
34 The Woodlands (CDP)[5] 116,278 93,847 23.90%
35 College Station 116,218 93,857 21.00%
36 Lewisville 106,586 95,290 11.26%
37 League City 106,244 83,560 25.54%
38 Tyler 105,729 96,500 8.80%
39 Wichita Falls 104,576 104,553 0.19%
40 Allen 103,383 84,246 19.51%
41 San Angelo 100,215 93,200 7.42%
42 Edinburg 98,665 77,100 17.09%
43 Conroe 87,654 56,207 50.12%
44 Bryan 85,445 76,201 10.26%
45 Mission 84,827 77,058 9.56%
46 New Braunfels 84,612 57,740 37.08%
47 Longview 81,647 80,455 1.33%
48 Pharr 79,707 70,400 12.91%
49 Flower Mound 77,329 64,669 18.57%
50 Baytown 77,024 71,802 6.97%
51 Cedar Park 76,999 48,937 54.70%
52 Temple 76,256 66,102 12.71%
53 Atascocita (CDP) 75,114 65,844 14.08%
54 Missouri City 74,705 67,358 10.60%
55 Georgetown 74,180 47,400 49.12%
56 North Richland Hills 70,836 63,343 11.21%
57 Mansfield 70,981 56,368 22.28%
58 Victoria 67,015 62,592 7.21%
59 Rowlett 66,285 56,199 11.87%
60 Harlingen 65,436 64,849 0.95%
61 Pflugerville 64,431 46,936 34.99%
62 San Marcos 63,509 44,894 40.49%
63 Spring (CDP) 57,932 54,298 6.69%
64 Euless 57,346 51,277 7.60%
65 Port Arthur 55,018 53,818 3.12%
66 Grapevine 53,976 46,334 16.51%
67 DeSoto 53,523 49,047 9.22%
68 Galveston 50,457 47,743 5.77%

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List of cities in Texas by population is located in Texas
Houston
Houston
San Antonio
San Antonio
Dallas
Dallas
Austin
Austin
Fort Worth
Fort Worth
The five largest cities in Texas by population:
1. Houston
2. San Antonio
3. Dallas
4. Austin
5. Fort Worth

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ US Census Bureau Quick Facts. "Quick Facts, Irving Texas". Census.gov. U.S. Census Bureau. Retrieved February 26, 2018.
  2. ^ Retrieved from "Archived copy". Archived from the original on May 18, 2016. Retrieved May 19, 2016.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ United States Census Bureau (2015). Population and Housing Unit Estimates. Retrieved from "Archived copy". Archived from the original on May 18, 2016. Retrieved May 19, 2016.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  4. ^ "Geographic Identifiers: 2010 Census Summary File 1 (G001): Beaumont city, Texas (revised 02-22-2013)". American Factfinder. U.S. Census Bureau. Retrieved December 10, 2018.
  5. ^ https://www.thewoodlandstownship-tx.gov/DocumentCenter/View/12189/Demographics_123117_FINAL

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