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Largest cities in US states

Introduction to largest US cities | Largest US cities 1 to 100 | Largest US cities 101 to 200 | Fastest growing US cities | Largest cities in US states | 2005 updates |


State
City
Population
in 2003
Change since
2000
Alabama Birmingham
236,620
-6,200
Alaska Anchorage
270,951
10,668
Arizona Phoenix
1,388,416
67,371
Arkansas Little Rock
184,053
920
California Los Angeles
3,819,951
125,131
Colorado Denver
557,478
2,842
Connecticut Bridgeport
139,664
135
DC Washington
563,384
-8,675
Florida Jacksonville
773,781
38,164
Georgia Atlanta
423,019
6,545
Hawaii Honolulu
380,149
8,492
Idaho Boise
190,117
4,330
Illinois Chicago
2,869,121
-26,895
Indiana Indianapolis
783,438
1,568
Iowa Des Moines
196,093
-2,589
Kansas Wichita
354,617
10,333
Kentucky Lexington-Fayette
266,798
6,286
Louisiana New Orleans
469,032
-15,642
Maryland Baltimore
628,670
-22,484
Massachusetts Boston
581,616
-7,525
Michigan Detroit
911,402
-39,868
Minnesota Minneapolis
373,188
-9,430
Mississippi Jackson
179,599
-4,657
Missouri Kansas
442,768
1,223
Nebraska Omaha
404,267
14,260
Nevada Las Vegas
517,017
38,583
New Jersey Newark
277,911
4,365
New Mexico Albuquerque
471,856
23,249
New York New York
8,085,742
77,464
North Carolina Charlotte
584,658
43,830
Ohio Columbus
728,432
16,962
Oklahoma Oklahoma
523,303
17,171
Oregon Portland
538,544
9,423
Pennsylvania Philadelphia
1,479,339
-38,211
Rhode Island Providence
176,365
2,747
South Carolina Columbia
117,357
1,079
Tennessee Memphis
645,978
-4,122
Texas Houston
2,009,690
56,059
Utah Salt Lake
179,894
-1,849
Virginia Virginia Beach
439,467
14,210
Washington Seattle
569,101
5,727
Wisconsin Milwaukee
586,941
-10,033

Introduction to largest US cities | Largest US cities 1 to 100 | Largest US cities 101 to 200 | Fastest growing US cities | The 25 largest US cities (2007 | Historical ranking of America's largest cities | The fastest growing / shrinking US cities (2007) | Largest cities in US states | USA Census 2010 |


THE LARGEST CITIES IN THE WORLD AND THEIR MAYORS 2010
Introduction
Cities by size: 1 to 150 | 151 to 300 | 301 to 450 | 451 to 550 |
Cities in alphabetical order: A to D | E to L | M to R | S to Z |
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WORLD MAYOR
PRIZE 2018

Nominate exceptional women mayors for the World Mayor Prize


The 2018 World Mayor Project is dedicated to women in local government. It features the achievements of women mayors from across the world and will honour the best of them.

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Women have fought prejudice and struggled for equal rights and opportunities for hundreds of years. They did it with courage and resolve. In the 20th and early 21st centuries, women have achieved success in many spheres previously reserved to or monopolised by men, but their contributions are still often undervalued and their potential not recognised enough. Only some 20 per cent of the world’s mayors are women.

The 2018 World Mayor Project aims to encourage more women to consider a career in local government and stand for political office.

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exceptional women
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