List of cities in Texas by population

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1 – Houston, largest city in the state
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4 – Austin, capital of the state
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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]

Contents

List of cities and towns

RankPlace name2019 Census Estimates2010 Census% Change
1 Houston 2,325,5022,099,45110.77%
2 San Antonio 1,532,2331,327,40713.90%
3 Dallas 1,345,0471,197,81612.29%
4 Austin 964,254790,39022.00%
5 Fort Worth 895,008741,20620.75%
6 El Paso 682,669649,1215.17%
7 Arlington 398,123365,4388.47%
8 Corpus Christi 326,554305,2156.68%
9 Plano 288,061259,84110.12%
10 Laredo 261,639236,09110.40%
11 Lubbock 255,885229,57310.59%
12 Garland 242,507226,8764.90%
13 Irving 242,242216,29012.00%
14 Amarillo 199,924190,6954.79%
15 Grand Prairie 194,614175,39610.96%
16 McKinney 191,645131,11746.20%
17 Frisco 188,170116,98960.80%
18 Brownsville 183,392175,0234.80%
19 Pasadena 153,219149,0432.80%
20 Killeen 149,103127,92116.60%
21 McAllen 143,433130,2429.56%
22 Mesquite 142,816139,8242.95%
23 Midland 142,344111,14722.44%
24 Denton 138,541113,38322.20%
25 Waco 138,183124,80510.72%
26 Carrollton 135,710119,09714.95%
27 Round Rock 128,73999,88728.90%
28 Abilene 122,999117,0634.12%
29 Pearland 122,14991,25231.44%
30 Richardson 120,98199,22321.93%
31 Sugar Land 118,60078,81750.48%
32 Beaumont 118,428117,267 [4] 1.58%
33 The Woodlands (CDP) [5] 116,27893,84723.90%
34 College Station 116,21893,85723.82%
35 Odessa 107,69599,94020.64%
36 Lewisville 106,58695,29011.26%
37 League City 106,24483,56025.54%
38 Tyler 105,72996,5008.80%
39 Wichita Falls 104,576104,5530.19%
40 Allen 103,38384,24619.51%
41 San Angelo 100,21593,2007.42%
42 Edinburg 98,66577,10017.09%
43 Conroe 87,65456,20750.12%
44 Bryan 85,44576,20110.26%
45 Mission 84,82777,0589.56%
46 New Braunfels 84,61257,74037.08%
47 Longview 81,64780,4551.33%
48 Pharr 79,70770,40012.91%
49 Flower Mound 77,32964,66918.57%
50 Baytown 77,02471,8026.97%
51 Cedar Park 76,99948,93757.34%
52 Temple 76,25666,10212.71%
53 Atascocita (CDP)75,11465,84414.08%
54 Missouri City 74,70567,35810.60%
55 Georgetown 74,18047,40049.12%
56 North Richland Hills 70,83663,34311.21%
57 Mansfield 70,98156,36822.28%
58 Victoria 67,01562,5927.21%
59 Rowlett 66,28556,19911.87%
60 Harlingen 65,43664,8490.95%
61 Pflugerville 64,43146,93634.99%
62 San Marcos 63,50944,89440.49%
63 Spring (CDP)57,93254,2986.69%
64 Euless 57,34651,2777.60%
65 Port Arthur 55,01853,8183.12%
66 Grapevine 53,97646,33416.51%
67 DeSoto 53,52349,0479.22%
68 Galveston 50,45747,7435.77%

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Houston
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San Antonio
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Dallas
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Austin
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Fort Worth
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El Paso
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Arlington
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Corpus Christi
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Plano
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Laredo
The ten largest cities in Texas by population:
1. Houston
2. San Antonio
3. Dallas
4. Austin
5. Fort Worth
6. El Paso
7. Arlington
8. Corpus Christi
9. Plano
10. Laredo

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