Fastest growing large U.S. cities since 2010

June 29, 2012

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Fastest growing large cities since 2010

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

Texas had eight of the 15 most rapidly growing large cities between Census Day (April 1, 2010) and July 1, 2011, according to population estimates for all of the nation’s incorporated cities and towns and minor civil divisions released today by the U.S. Census Bureau.

“These estimates provide our first look at how much the total population has changed in each of our nation’s cities since we conducted the 2010 Census,” Census Bureau Director Robert Groves said. “These numbers provide further evidence of a continuation of the trend of rapid population growth in Texas we observed between the 2000 and 2010 censuses.”

Although Texas dominated the list as a whole, the fastest-growing large city was outside the state. Among cities with populations of 100,000 or more in 2010, New Orleans, still rebounding from the effects of Hurricane Katrina in 2005, ranked first, growing by 4.9 percent to 360,740. This puts the city’s population at 79.2 percent of the pre-Katrina July 1, 2005, estimate of 455,188.

One of Texas cities that made the list of fastest-growing cities — Round Rock — broke the 100,000 mark since the 2010 Census. Another, nearby Austin, cracked the 800,000 mark. (See Table 1 for complete list.)

Looking at the highest numerical growth, New York topped the list, adding nearly 70,000 people since the 2010 Census. Again, Texas was well-represented, with six cities among the top 15, including Houston, San Antonio and Austin, which ranked second, third and fourth, respectively. California checked in with three cities, including Los Angeles, San Diego and San Jose; Phoenix; Denver; Charlotte, N.C.; New Orleans; and Washington also made the list. (See Table 2 for a complete list.)

New York continued to be the nation’s most populous city by a large margin, with 8.2 million residents in 2011, followed by Los Angeles and Chicago. The 15 most populous cities remained unchanged since the 2010 Census. However, Austin, Texas, moved up from 14th to 13th in total population, supplanting San Francisco. (See Table 3 for complete list.)

Other highlights:

  • As of July 1, 2011, more than three in every five people living in the United States (62 percent or 194.4 million people) lived in incorporated places, commonly thought of as cities. More than a third of the nation’s population (37 percent or 116.2 million people) lived in cities with populations of more than 50,000.
  • Overall, the population in cities grew by 1.0 percent across the nation between 2010 and 2011. However, large cities (285) tended to grow faster than the national rate at 1.3 percent. Large cities in the South (99 places) showed the largest growth at 1.8 percent, followed by those in the West (113 places) at 1.4 percent. Large cities in the Northeast (25 places) grew by 0.7 percent and the 48 large places in the Midwest grew by 0.6 percent.
  • Of the 19,516 incorporated places in the United States, 715 had populations of 50,000 or more. Nine cities crossed the 50,000 mark since the 2010 Census, including two in Texas (DeSoto and Cedar Park with populations of 50,045 and 51,283, respectively) and the newly incorporated city of Eastvale in Riverside County, Calif., with a population of 54,930. No cities with populations of 50,000 or more in the 2010 Census dropped below the 50,000 mark.

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These estimates are produced using housing unit estimates to distribute the county population to subcounty areas within the county. The 2011 housing unit estimates are projections of average monthly housing unit change based on the Intercensal Estimates time series.

The 15 Fastest-Growing Large Cities from April 1, 2010, to July 1, 2011

2011 Total Population

  1. New Orleans, Louisiana 4.9% 360,740
  2. Round Rock, Texas 4.8% 104,664
  3. Austin, Texas 3.8% 820,611
  4. Plano, Texas 3.8% 269,776
  5. McKinney, Texas 3.8% 136,067
  6. Frisco, Texas 3.8% 121,387
  7. Denton, Texas 3.4% 117,187
  8. Denver, Colorado 3.3% 619,968
  9. Cary, North Carolina 3.2% 139,633
10 Raleigh, North Carolina 3.1% 416,468
11 Alexandria, Virginia 3.1% 144,301
12 Tampa, Florida 3.1% 346,037
13 McAllen, Texas 3% 133,742
14 Carrollton, Texas 3% 122,640
15 Atlanta, Georgia 3% 432,427

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The 15 Cities with the Largest Numeric Increase from April 1, 2010, to July 1, 2011

2011 Total            Numeric Increase

  1. New York 69,777 8,244,910
  2. Houston 45,716 2,145,146
  3. San Antonio 32,152 1,359,758
  4. Austin 30,221   820,611
  5. Los Angeles 27,077 3,819,702
  6. Dallas 25,413 1,223,229
  7. Phoenix 23,815 1,469,471
  8. Denver 19,960    619,968
  9. Charlotte 19,663    751,087
10 San Diego 18,773 1,326,179
11 New Orleans 16,911    360,740
12 Fort Worth 16,708    758,738
13 El Paso 16,416    665,568
14 Washington 16,273    617,996
15 San Jose 14,875    967,487

The 15 Most Populous Cities: July 1, 2011

  1. New York 8,244,910
  2. Los Angeles 3,819,702
  3. Chicago 2,707,120
  4. Houston 2,145,146
  5. Philadelphia 1,536,471
  6. Phoenix 1,469,471
  7. San Antonio 1,359,758
  8. San Diego 1,326,179
  9. Dallas 1,223,229
10 San Jose   967,487
11 Jacksonville   827,908
12 Indianapolis   827,609
13 Austin   820,611
14 San Francisco   812,826
15 Columbus   797,434

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Population growth and decline of some American cities

New York
1950: 7,891,957
1960: 7,781,984
1970: 7,894,862
1980: 7,071,639
1990: 7,322,564
2000: 8,008,288
2010: 8,175,133
2011: 8,244,910

Los Angeles
1950: 1,970,358
1960: 2,479,015
1970: 2,816,061
1980: 2,966,850
1990: 3,485,398
2000: 3,694,820
2010: 3,792,621
2011: 3,819,702

Chicago
1950: 3,620,962
1960: 3,550,404
1970: 3,366,957
1980: 3,005,072
1990: 2,783,726
2000: 2,896,016
2010: 2,695,598
2011: 2,707,120

Detroit
1950: 1,849,568
1960: 1,670,144
1970: 1,514,063
1980: 1,203,368
1990: 1,027,974
2000: 951,270
2010: 713,777
2011: 706,585

Philadelphia
1950: 2,071,605
1960: 2,002,512
1970: 1,948,609
1980: 1,688,210
1990: 1,585,577
2000: 1,517,550
2010: 1,526,006
2011: 1,536,471

Cincinnati
1950: 503,998
1960: 502,550
1970: 452,525
1980: 385,460
1990: 364,040
2000: 331,285
2010: 296,945
2011: 296,223

St. Louis
1950: 856,796
1960: 750,026
1970: 622,236
1980: 452,801
1990: 396,685
2000: 348,189
2010: 319,294
2011: 318,069

Pittsburgh
1950: 676,806
1960: 604,332
1970: 520,117
1980: 423,938
1990: 369,879
2000: 334,563
2010: 305,704
2011: 307,484

Birmingham
1950: 326,037
1960: 340,887
1970: 300,910
1980: 284,413
1990: 265,968
2000: 242,840
2010: 212,237
2011: 212,413

Washington, DC
1950: 802,178
1960: 763,956
1970: 756,510
1980: 638,333
1990: 606,900
2000: 572,059
2010: 601,723
2011: 617,996

Baltimore
1950: 949,708
1960: 939,024
1970: 905,759
1980: 786,775
1990: 736,014
2000: 651,154
2010: 620,961
2011: 619,493

Cleveland
1950: 914,808
1960: 876,050
1970: 750,903
1980: 573,822
1990: 505,616
2000: 478,403
2010: 396,815
2011: 393,806

Milwaukee
1950: 637,392
1960: 741,324
1970: 717,099
1980: 636,212
1990: 628,088
2000: 596,974
2010: 594,833
2011: 597,867

Buffalo
1950: 580,132
1960: 532,759
1970: 462,768
1980: 357,870
1990: 328,123
2000: 292,648
2010: 261,310
2011: 261,025

Atlanta 
1950: 331,314
1960: 487,455
1970: 496,973
1980: 425,022
1990: 394,017
2000: 416,474
2010: 420,003
2011: 432,427

New Orleans
1950 570,445
1960 627,525
1970 593,471
1980 557,515
1990 496,938
2000 484,674
2010 343,829
2011: 360,740

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Some of the largest cities by state since 2010

Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Alabama 4,779,736 4,802,740
.Birmingham 212,237 212,413
.Huntsville 180,105 182,956
.Mobile 195,111 194,914
.Montgomery 205,764 208,182
.Tuscaloosa 90,468 91,605
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Alaska 710,231 722,718
.Anchorage 291,826 295,570
.Fairbanks 31,535 32,036
.Juneau 31,275 32,164
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Arizona 6,392,017 6,482,505
.Chandler 236,123 240,101
.Gilbert 208,453 211,951
.Glendale 226,721 230,482
.Mesa 439,041 446,518
.Peoria 154,065 156,637
.Phoenix 1,445,632 1,469,471
.Scottsdale 217,385 221,020
.Surprise 117,517 119,489
.Tempe 161,719 164,268
.Tucson 520,116 525,796
.Yuma 93,064 94,536
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Arkansas 2,915,918 2,937,979
.Conway 58,908 60,470
.Fayetteville 73,580 75,102
.Fort Smith 86,209 87,152
.Jonesboro 67,263 68,547
.Little Rock 193,524 195,314
.North Little Rock 62,304 62,886
.Springdale 69,797 71,397
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
California 37,253,956 37,691,912
.Anaheim 336,265 341,361
.Bakersfield 347,483 352,428
.Chula Vista 243,916 247,535
.Fremont 214,089 216,916
.Fresno 494,665 501,362
.Irvine 212,375 215,529
.Long Beach 462,257 465,576
.Los Angeles 3,792,621 3,819,702
.Modesto 201,165 202,751
.Oakland 390,724 395,817
.Riverside 303,871 310,651
.Sacramento 466,488 472,178
.San Bernardino 209,924 213,012
.San Diego 1,307,402 1,326,179
.San Francisco 805,235 812,826
.San Jose 945,942 967,487
.Santa Ana 324,528 329,427
.Stockton 291,707 296,357
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Colorado 5,029,196 5,116,796
.Arvada 106,433 107,541
.Aurora 325,078 332,354
.Boulder 97,385 98,889
.Centennial 100,377 102,603
.Colorado Springs 416,427 426,388
.Denver 600,158 619,968
.Fort Collins 143,986 146,762
.Lakewood 142,980 144,406
.Pueblo 106,595 107,577
.Thornton 118,772 121,435
.Westminster 106,114 107,967
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Connecticut 3,574,097 3,580,709
.Bridgeport 144,229 145,638
.Hartford 124,775 124,867
.New Haven 129,779 129,585
.Stamford 122,643 123,868
.Waterbury 110,366 110,189
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Delaware 897,934 907,135
.Dover 36,047 36,560
.Newark 31,454 31,618
.Wilmington 70,851 71,305
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
District of Columbia 601,723 617,996
.Washington 601,723 617,996
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Florida 18,801,310 19,057,542
.Fort Lauderdale 165,521 168,528
.Jacksonville 821,784 827,908
.Miami 399,457 408,750
.Orlando 238,300 243,195
.St. Petersburg 244,769 244,997
.Tampa 335,709 346,037
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Georgia 9,687,653 9,815,210
.Albany 77,434 77,683
.Athens-Clarke County 115,452 116,084
.Atlanta 420,003 432,427
.Augusta-Richmond County 195,844 196,494
.Columbus 189,885 194,107
.Macon 91,351 91,856
.Marietta 56,579 57,357
.Roswell 88,346 91,168
.Sandy Springs 93,853 96,856
.Savannah 136,286 139,491
.Smyrna 51,271 51,982
.Valdosta 54,518 56,019
.Warner Robins 66,588 68,500
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Hawaii 1,360,301 1,374,810
Honolulu 337,256 340,936
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Idaho 1,567,582 1,584,985
.Boise City 205,671 210,145
.Caldwell 46,237 46,905
.Coeur d’Alene 44,137 44,962
.Idaho Falls 56,813 57,646
.Meridian 75,092 76,750
.Nampa 81,557 82,755
.Pocatello 54,255 54,810
.Twin Falls 44,125 44,564
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Illinois 12,830,632 12,869,257
.Aurora 197,899 199,672
.Chicago 2,695,598 2,707,120
.Elgin 108,188 109,104
.Joliet 147,433 148,402
.Naperville 141,853 142,773
.Peoria 115,007 115,234
.Rockford 152,871 152,222
.Springfield 116,250 117,076
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Indiana 6,483,802 6,516,922
.Evansville 117,429 117,825
.Fort Wayne 253,691 255,824
.Indianapolis 820,445 827,609
.South Bend 101,168 101,081
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Iowa 3,046,355 3,062,309
.Des Moines 203,433 206,599
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Kansas 2,853,118 2,871,238
.Kansas City 145,786 146,453
.Olathe 125,872 127,907
.Overland Park 173,372 176,185
.Topeka 127,473 128,188
.Wichita 382,368 384,445
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Kentucky 4,339,367 4,369,356
.Lexington-Fayette 295,803 301,569
.Louisville/Jefferson County 597,337 602,011
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Louisiana 4,533,372 4,574,836
.Baton Rouge 229,493 230,139
.Lafayette 120,623 122,130
.New Orleans 343,829 360,740
.Shreveport 199,311 200,975
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Maine 1,328,361 1,328,188
.Portland 66,194 66,363
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Maryland 5,773,552 5,828,289
.Baltimore city 620,961 619,493
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Massachusetts 6,547,629 6,587,536
.Boston 617,594 625,087
.Cambridge 105,162 106,038
.Lowell 106,519 107,584
.Springfield 153,060 153,155
.Worcester 181,045 181,631
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Michigan 9,883,640 9,876,187
.Ann Arbor 113,934 114,925
.Dearborn 98,153 97,144
.Detroit 713,777 706,585
.Flint 102,434 101,558
.Grand Rapids 188,040 189,815
.Lansing 114,297 114,605
.Sterling Heights 129,699 129,880
.Warren 134,056 134,243
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Minnesota 5,303,925 5,344,861
.Bloomington 82,893 84,057
.Brooklyn Park 75,781 76,853
.Burnsville 60,306 60,828
.Coon Rapids 61,476 61,904
.Duluth 86,265 86,277
.Eagan 64,206 64,765
.Eden Prairie 60,797 61,657
.Maple Grove 61,567 62,440
.Minneapolis 382,578 387,753
.Plymouth 70,576 71,561
.Rochester 106,769 107,890
.St. Cloud 65,842 66,169
.St. Paul 285,068 288,448
.Woodbury 61,961 62,787
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Mississippi 2,967,297 2,978,512
.Biloxi 44,054 44,940
.Jackson 173,514 175,561
.Meridian 41,148 41,258
.Southaven 48,982 49,831
.Tupelo 34,546 35,059
.Vicksburg 23,856 23,649
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Missouri 5,988,927 6,010,688
.Columbia 108,500 110,438
.Independence 116,830 117,213
.Kansas City 459,787 463,202
.Lee’s Summit 91,364 91,668
.O’Fallon 79,329 80,519
.St. Louis 319,294 318,069
.Springfield 159,498 160,660
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Montana 989,415 998,199
.Billings 104,170 105,636
.Great Falls 58,505 58,950
.Missoula 66,788 67,290
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Nebraska 1,826,341 1,842,641
.Lincoln 258,379 262,341
.Omaha 408,958 415,068
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Nevada 2,700,551 2,723,322
.Carson 55,274 55,439
.Henderson 257,729 260,068
.Las Vegas 583,756 589,317
.North Las Vegas 216,961 219,020
.Reno 225,221 227,511
.Sparks 90,264 91,195
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
New Hampshire 1,316,470 1,318,194
.Concord 42,695 42,733
.Manchester 109,565 109,830
.Nashua 86,494 86,704
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
New Jersey 8,791,894 8,821,155
.Camden 77,344 77,283
.Clifton 84,136 84,269
.Elizabeth 124,969 125,660
.Jersey City 247,597 250,323
.Newark 277,140 277,540
.Paterson 146,199 146,427
.Trenton 84,913 84,899
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
New Mexico 2,059,179 2,082,224
.Albuquerque 545,852 552,804
.Las Cruces 97,618 99,665
.Rio Rancho 87,521 89,320
.Santa Fe 67,947 68,642
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
New York 19,378,102 19,465,197
.Albany 97,856 97,660
.Buffalo 261,310 261,025
.New York 8,175,133 8,244,910
.Rochester 210,565 210,855
.Syracuse 145,170 145,151
.Yonkers 195,976 197,399
 Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
North Carolina 9,535,483 9,656,401
 .Asheville 83,393 84,458
.Burlington 49,963 50,925
.Cary 135,234 139,633
.Chapel Hill 57,233 58,011
.Charlotte 731,424 751,087
.Durham 228,330 233,252
.Fayetteville 200,564 203,945
.Gastonia 71,741 72,068
.Greensboro 269,666 273,425
.High Point 104,371 105,753
.Jacksonville 70,145 70,801
.Raleigh 403,892 416,468
.Wilmington 106,476 108,297
.Winston-Salem  229,617  232,385
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
North Dakota 672,591 683,932
.Bismarck 61,272 62,665
.Fargo 105,549 107,349
.Grand Forks 52,838 52,631
.Minot 40,888 42,485
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Ohio 11,536,504 11,544,951
.Akron 199,110 198,402
.Cincinnati 296,943 296,223
.Cleveland 396,815 393,806
.Columbus 787,033 797,434
.Dayton 141,527 142,148
.Parma 81,601 80,968
.Toledo 287,208 286,038
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Oklahoma 3,751,351 3,791,508
.Broken Arrow 98,850 100,073
.Edmond 81,405 82,963
.Lawton 96,867 98,177
.Norman 110,925 113,273
.Oklahoma City 579,999 591,967
.Tulsa 391,906 396,466
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Oregon 3,831,074 3,871,859
.Beaverton 89,803 91,625
.Bend 76,639 77,905
.Eugene 156,185 156,929
.Gresham 105,594 107,439
.Hillsboro 91,611 93,455
.Medford 74,907 75,501
.Portland 583,776 593,820
.Salem 154,637 156,244
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Pennsylvania 12,702,379 12,742,886
.Allentown 118,032 119,141
.Erie 101,786 101,807
.Lancaster 59,322 60,058
.Philadelphia 1,526,006 1,536,471
.Pittsburgh 305,704 307,484
.Reading 88,082 88,414
.Scranton 76,089 75,995
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Rhode Island 1,052,567 1,051,302
.Providence 178,042 178,053
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
South Carolina 4,625,364 4,679,230
.Charleston 120,083 122,689
.Columbia 129,272 130,591
.Florence 37,056 37,326
.Goose Creek 35,938 37,035
.Greenville 58,409 60,379
.Hilton Head Island 37,099 37,675
.Mount Pleasant 67,843 69,357
.North Charleston 97,471 99,727
.Rock Hill 66,154 67,423
.Spartanburg 37,013 37,334
.Summerville 43,392 44,783
.Sumter 40,524 40,526
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
South Dakota 814,180 824,082
.Rapid City 67,956 69,200
.Sioux Falls 153,888 156,592
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Tennessee 6,346,105 6,403,353
.Chattanooga 167,674 170,136
.Clarksville 132,929 136,231
.Knoxville 178,874 180,761
.Memphis 646,889 652,050
.Murfreesboro 108,755 111,327
.Nashville-Davidson 601,222 609,644
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Texas 25,145,561 25,674,681
.Abilene 117,063 118,117
.Amarillo 190,695 193,675
.Arlington 365,438 373,698
.Austin 790,390 820,611
.Beaumont 118,296 118,548
.Brownsville 175,023 178,430
.Carrollton 119,097 122,640
.Corpus Christi 305,215 307,953
.Dallas 1,197,816 1,223,229
.Denton 113,383 117,187
.El Paso 649,121 665,568
.Fort Worth 741,206 758,738
.Frisco 116,989 121,387
.Garland 226,876 231,517
.Grand Prairie 175,396 179,100
.Houston 2,099,451 2,145,146
.Irving 216,290 220,702
.Killeen 127,921 130,018
.Laredo 236,091 241,935
.Lubbock 229,573 233,740
.McAllen 129,877 133,742
.McKinney 131,117 136,067
.Mesquite 139,824 142,674
.Midland 111,147 113,931
.Odessa 99,940 102,106
.Pasadena 149,043 152,281
.Plano 259,841 269,776
.Richardson 99,223 101,742
.Round Rock 99,887 104,664
.San Antonio 1,327,407 1,359,758
.Waco 124,805 126,697
.Wichita Falls 104,553 103,931
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Utah 2,763,885 2,817,222
.Provo 112,488 115,321
.Salt Lake City 186,440 189,899
.West Jordan 103,712 105,675
.West Valley City 129,480 131,942
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Vermont 625,741 626,431
.Burlington 42,417 42,645
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Virginia 8,001,024 8,096,604
.Alexandria 139,966 144,301
.Chesapeake 222,209 225,050
.Hampton 137,436 136,401
.Newport News 180,719 179,611
.Norfolk 242,803 242,628
.Portsmouth 95,535 95,684
.Richmond 204,214 205,533
.Roanoke 97,032 96,714
.Suffolk 84,585 84,930
.Virginia Beach 437,994 442,707
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Washington 6,724,540 6,830,038
.Auburn 70,180 71,517
.Bellevue 122,363 124,798
.Everett 103,019 104,295
.Federal Way 89,306 91,085
.Kennewick 73,917 76,224
.Kent 92,411 120,916
.Renton 90,927 92,812
.Seattle 608,660 620,778
.Spokane 208,916 210,103
.Spokane Valley 89,755 90,279
.Tacoma 198,397 200,678
.Vancouver 161,791 164,759
.Yakima 91,067 92,512
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Wisconsin 5,686,986 5,711,767
.Appleton 72,623 73,243
.Green Bay 104,057 105,809
.Janesville 63,575 63,479
.Kenosha 99,218 99,738
.Madison 233,209 236,901
.Milwaukee 594,833 597,867
.Oshkosh 66,083 66,344
.Racine 78,860 78,853
.Waukesha 70,718 70,867
Geographic Area April 1, 2010  
Census 2011
Wyoming 563,626 568,158
.Casper 55,316 55,988
.Cheyenne 59,466 60,096
.Gillette 29,087 29,389
.Laramie 30,816 31,312

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