List of North American metropolitan areas by population

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This is a list of North American metropolitan areas with populations greater than one million people. This list is based on national census numbers from the United States of America, Canada, Mexico, Costa Rica, Honduras, Panama, Guatemala, Cuba, Nicaragua, El Salvador and Dominican Republic.

Rank City Population Year Country
1 Mexico City 21,163,226 2010  Mexico
2 New York 19,069,796 2010  United States
3 Los Angeles 12,828,837 2010  United States
4 Chicago 9,461,105 2010  United States
5 Dallas-Fort Worth 6,426,214 2010  United States
6 Philadelphia 5,965,343 2010  United States
7 Houston 5,920,416 2010  United States
8 Toronto 5,583,064[1] 2011  Canada
9 Washington 5,582,170 2010  United States
10 Miami 5,564,635 2010  United States
11 Atlanta 5,268,860 2010  United States
12 Boston 4,552,402 2010  United States
13 Guadalajara 4,434,252 2010  Mexico
14 San Francisco-Oakland 4,335,391 2010  United States
15 Detroit 4,290,060 2010  United States
16 Riverside-San Bernardino 4,224,851 2010  United States
17 Phoenix 4,192,887 2010  United States
18 Guatemala City 4,100,000 2011  Guatemala
19 Monterrey 4,080,329 2010  Mexico
20 Seattle 4,039,809 2010  United States
21 Montreal 3,824,221[2] 2011  Canada
22 Greater Santo Domingo 3,712,391 2010  Dominican Republic
23 Minneapolis-St. Paul 3,279,833 2010  United States
24 San Diego 3,095,313 2010  United States
25 St. Louis 2,812,896 2010  United States
26 Tampa-St. Petersburg 2,783,243 2010  United States
27 Baltimore 2,710,489 2010  United States
28 Puebla 2,668,347 2010  Mexico
29 San Juan 2,617,089 2010  Puerto Rico
30 Denver 2,543,482 2010  United States
31 Juarez City 2,539,946 2010  Mexico
32 Vancouver 2,313,328[2] 2011  Canada
33 San Salvador 2,442,017 2011  El Salvador
34 Managua 2,408,000 2010  Nicaragua
35 Pittsburgh 2,356,285 2010  United States
36 Portland 2,226,009 2010  United States
37 Charlotte 2,217,012 2010  United States
38 San José 2,158,898 2011  Costa Rica
39 Sacramento 2,149,127 2010  United States
40 San Antonio 2,142,508 2010  United States
41 Havana 2,135,498 2010  Cuba
42 Orlando 2,134,411 2010  United States
43 Cincinnati 2,130,151 2010  United States
44 Cleveland 2,077,240 2010  United States
45 Kansas City 2,035,334 2010  United States
46 Las Vegas 1,951,269 2010  United States
47 Toluca 1,846,602 2010  Mexico
48 San Jose 1,836,911 2010  United States
49 Columbus 1,836,536 2010  United States
50 León 1,792,047 2010  Mexico
51 Austin 1,716,289 2010  United States
52 Indianapolis 1,756,241 2010  United States
53 Tijuana 1,751,302 2010  Mexico
54 Norfolk-Virginia Beach 1,671,683 2010  United States
55 Providence 1,600,852 2010  United States
56 Nashville 1,589,934 2010  United States
57 Milwaukee 1,555,908 2010  United States
58 Santiago 1,507,418 2010  Dominican Republic
59 Jacksonville 1,345,596 2010  United States
60 Tegucigalpa 1,324,000 2010  Honduras
61 Memphis 1,316,100 2010  United States
62 Louisville 1,307,647 2010  United States
63 Ottawa-Gatineau 1,273,300[2] 2011  Canada
64 Panama City 1,272,672 2010  Panama
65 Richmond 1,258,251 2010  United States
66 Oklahoma City 1,252,987 2010  United States
67 Torreón 1,215,993 2010  Mexico
68 Calgary 1,214,839[2] 2011  Canada
69 Hartford 1,212,381 2010  United States
70 New Orleans 1,167,764 2010  United States
71 Buffalo 1,165,109 2010  United States -  Canada
72 Edmonton 1,159,869[2] 2011  Canada
73 Raleigh 1,130,490 2010  United States
74 Birmingham 1,128,047 2010  United States
75 Salt Lake City 1,124,197 2010  United States
76 Querétaro 1,097,028 2010  Mexico
77 Rochester 1,054,323 2010  United States
78 San Luis Potosí 1,040,822 2010  Mexico
79 Mérida 1,035,238 2010  Mexico

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