List of cities in Texas by population

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1 – Houston, largest city in Texas
3 – Dallas
4 – Austin, capital of Texas
5 – Fort Worth
6 – El Paso
7 – Arlington

The following is the list of Texas' most populous incorporated cities, towns, and unincorporated Census Designated Places (CDPs). The population is according to the 2015 census estimates.[1] San Marcos was the fastest growing city in the state between 2010 and 2015.[1]

Rank Place name 2015 population
1 Houston 2,296,224
2 San Antonio 1,469,845
3 Dallas 1,300,092
4 Austin 931,820
5 Fort Worth 833,319
6 El Paso 681,124
7 Arlington 388,125
8 Corpus Christi 324,074
9 Plano 283,558
10 Laredo 255,473
11 Lubbock 249,042
12 Garland 236,897
13 Irving 236,607
14 Amarillo 198,645
15 Grand Prairie 187,809
16 Brownsville 183,887
17 McKinney 162,898
18 Frisco 154,407
19 Pasadena 153,784
20 Mesquite 144,788
21 Killeen 140,806
22 McAllen 140,269
23 Carrollton 133,168
24 Midland 132,950
25 Waco 132,356
26 Denton 131,044
27 Abilene 121,721
28 Odessa 118,968
29 Beaumont 118,129
30 Round Rock 115,997
31 The Woodlands (CDP)[2] 112,505
32 Richardson 110,815
33 Pearland 108,821
34 College Station 107,889
35 Wichita Falls 104,710
36 Lewisville 104,039
37 Tyler 103,700
38 San Angelo 100,450
39 League City 98,312
40 Allen 98,143
41 Sugar Land 88,156
42 Edinburg 84,497
43 Mission 83,298
44 Longview 82,287
45 Bryan 82,118
46 Pharr 76,538
47 Baytown 76,335
48 Missouri City 74,139
49 Temple 72,277
50 Flower Mound 71,253
51 New Braunfels 70,543
52 North Richland Hills 69,204
53 Conroe 68,602
54 Victoria 67,574
55 Cedar Park 65,945
56 Harlingen 65,774
57 Atascocita (CDP) 65,844
58 Mansfield 64,274
59 Georgetown 63,716
60 San Marcos 60,684
61 Rowlett 60,236
62 Pflugerville 57,122
63 Port Arthur 55,340
64 Spring (CDP) 54,298
65 Euless 54,219
66 DeSoto 52,486
67 Grapevine 51,404
68 Galveston 50,180

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