Check out this map of the 100 fastest growing cities with populations of 50,000 or greater in the US from 2013 to 2014.

The data are from the US Census Bureau’s 2014 Population Estimates that were released in May 2015.

The top 20 fastest growing US cities from 2013 to 2014 are listed in the Chart below.

Rank

Geography

Population

Estimate

(as of July 1)

Change, 2013 to 2014

2013
2014
Number
Percent
1 San Marcos

city, Texas

54,567
58,892
4,325
7.9
2 Georgetown

city, Texas

54,934
59,102
4,168
7.6
3 Doral city,

Florida

50,594
54,116
3,522
7
4 Frisco city,

Texas

137,062
145,035
7,973
5.8
5 South Jordan

city, Utah

59,379
62,781
3,402
5.7
6 Conroe city,

Texas

62,591
65,871
3,280
5.2
7 McKinney

city, Texas

149,168
156,767
7,599
5.1
8 Milpitas city,

California

70,110
73,672
3,562
5.1
9 Meridian

city, Idaho

83,515
87,743
4,228
5.1
10 Castle Rock

town,

Colorado

53,152
55,747
2,595
4.9
11 Dublin city,

California

52,162
54,695
2,533
4.9
12 Irvine city,

California

237,111
248,531
11,420
4.8
13 New

Braunfels

city, Texas

63,365
66,394
3,029
4.8
14 Pleasanton

city,

California

74,248
77,682
3,434
4.6
15 Buckeye

town,

Arizona

56,899
59,470
2,571
4.5
16 Chino city,

California

81,083
84,723
3,640
4.5
17 Ankeny city,

Iowa

51,551
53,801
2,250
4.4
18 Lake Elsinore

city,

California

57,542
60,029
2,487
4.3
19 Fort Myers

city, Florida

68,096
70,918
2,822
4.1
20 Mount

Pleasant

town, South

Carolina

74,735
77,796
3,061
4.1

Download the top 100 city list as an Excel file.

Or if you need to look up the 2014 population for your city, you can find that data for free by clicking on your state and then navigation to your city: https://www.cubitplanning.com/data/quick-reports

Texas and California respectively contain 6 of the top 20 fastest growing Cities.

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Since I live in central Texas (Austin to be precise), I’m not surprised to see San Marcos, Georgetown or New Braunfels on the above list. I’m seeing tremendous changes in the smaller cities surrounding Austin, especially as the housing prices & rent rates in Austin are increasing.

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