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Old 07-13-2008, 03:42 PM
 
Location: Twin Cities, Minnesota
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1) Sioux Falls- 142,396 proper; 212,911 metro

2) Rapid City- 67,167 proper; 138,763 metro

3) Aberdeen- 24,658 proper; no defined metro
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Old 07-13-2008, 04:44 PM
 
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1) Dallas--6.3 Million
Shouldn't that be Dallas-Fort Worth and not just Dallas?
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Old 07-13-2008, 06:09 PM
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Location: Suburban Dallas
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1) Dallas--6.3 Million

2) Houston--5.8 Million

3) San Antonio-- 2.0 Million

4) Austin-- 1.8 Million

5) Rio Grande Valley--1.1 Million

6) El Paso-- 750,000

7) Corpus Christi-- 425,000

8) Beaumont-Port Arthur--375,000

That's fine and good from a metro standpoint. Now Texas' two largest cities are Houston and San Antonio.
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Old 07-13-2008, 06:12 PM
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Location: Suburban Dallas
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Default Growth in Las Cruces

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Originally Posted by desert sun View Post
Here are New Mexico's top 5 and their growth from 2006-2007


01._Albuquerque ....... 518,271 grew by 1.7%




02._Las Cruces .......... 89,722 grew by 4.1% (I dont have a better pic)

http://i142.photobucket.com/albums/r90/jaredtorre/100_2391.jpg?t=1215916849 (broken link)

and.....

03._Rio Rancho .......... 75,978 grew by 7.8% (suburb of Albuquerque)
04._Santa Fe ............ 73,199 grew by 1.7%
05._Roswell ............... 45,569 ?
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Great pic of Las Cruces, DS. I didn't think it was bad at all. And El Paso's continued growth will spur even more growth in the Las Cruces area.
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Old 07-13-2008, 06:22 PM
 
Location: Middleton, Wisconsin
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Milwaukee, WI is around 500K-600K people.
Madison, WI 205K last time I checked. That is not including surrounding areas.
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Old 07-13-2008, 06:36 PM
 
Location: Houston
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Texas Cities (over 100,000; list made by TexasBoi at SSP):

1. Houston 2,208,150
2. San Antonio 1,328,984
3. Dallas 1,240,499
4. Austin 743,074
5. Fort Worth 681,818
6. El Paso 606,913
7. Arlington 371,038
8. Corpus Christi 285,507
9. Plano 260,796
10. Garland 218,792
11. Laredo 217,506
12. Lubbock 217,326
13. Irving 199,505
14. Amarillo 186,106
15. Brownsville 172,806
16. Grand Prairie 158,422
17. Pasadena 146,518
18. Mesquite 131,738
19. McAllen 127,245
20. Carrollton 123,799
21. Waco 122,222
22. Abilene 116,219
23. McKinney 115,620
24. Denton 115,506
25. Killeen 112,434
26. Beaumont 109,579
27. Midland 103,880
28. Wichita Falls 101,590

Texas Metro Areas (July 1, 2007):

1. Dallas-Fort Worth: 6,145,037
2. Houston: 5,628,101
3. San Antonio: 1,990,675
4. Austin: 1,598,161
5. Rio Grande Valley: 1,097,724
---McAllen: 710, 514
---Brownsville: 387,210
6. El Paso: 734,669
7. Corpus Christi: 414,316

You can look at the rest, here: List of Texas metropolitan areas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Skyline pictures of the some of the metro areas:

Dallas:


Fort Worth:


Houston:


San Antonio:


Austin:
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Old 07-13-2008, 06:46 PM
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Location: Suburban Dallas
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Default Great Pics From A Great State

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Originally Posted by Kofi713 View Post
Texas Cities (over 100,000; list made by TexasBoi at SSP):

1. Houston 2,208,150
2. San Antonio 1,328,984
3. Dallas 1,240,499
4. Austin 743,074
5. Fort Worth 681,818
6. El Paso 606,913
7. Arlington 371,038
8. Corpus Christi 285,507
9. Plano 260,796
10. Garland 218,792
11. Laredo 217,506
12. Lubbock 217,326
13. Irving 199,505
14. Amarillo 186,106
15. Brownsville 172,806
16. Grand Prairie 158,422
17. Pasadena 146,518
18. Mesquite 131,738
19. McAllen 127,245
20. Carrollton 123,799
21. Waco 122,222
22. Abilene 116,219
23. McKinney 115,620
24. Denton 115,506
25. Killeen 112,434
26. Beaumont 109,579
27. Midland 103,880
28. Wichita Falls 101,590

Texas Metro Areas (July 1, 2007):

1. Dallas-Fort Worth: 6,145,037
2. Houston: 5,628,101
3. San Antonio: 1,990,675
4. Austin: 1,598,161
5. Rio Grande Valley: 1,097,724
---McAllen: 710, 514
---Brownsville: 387,210
6. El Paso: 734,669
7. Corpus Christi: 414,316

You can look at the rest, here: List of Texas metropolitan areas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Skyline pictures of the some of the metro areas:

Dallas:


Fort Worth:


Houston:


San Antonio:


Austin:


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Absolutely great pics and a very good list, Kofi. Well done.
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Old 07-13-2008, 07:28 PM
 
Location: Chariton, Iowa
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Top Ten Iowa Cities (2007 Census Est.) :

1. Des Moines 196,998
2. Cedar Rapids 126,396
3. Davenport 98,975
4. Sioux City 82,684
5. Iowa City 67,062
6. Waterloo 66,387
7. Council Bluffs 59,921
8. Dubuque 57,313
9. Ames 54,745
10. West Des Moines 54,726

Beyond just putting up numbers, what's changed in your area? Is one city/metro moving up or down sharply relative to others? Will your area's list look significantly different in coming years?

In Iowa, 2007 saw Iowa City (college town, health care, tech) overtake Waterloo (manufacturing, agriculture) for the #5 spot. West Des Moines (suburb of Des Moines) probably has a strong possibility to overtake Ames (college town) in the future, although both are growing.

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Old 07-13-2008, 07:36 PM
 
Location: Metro DC
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Default Cities of Maryland

Baltimore: 641,943 Metro: 2.6 Million
Frederick: 57, 907*(pictured)
Gaithersburg: 57,698*
Rockville: 57,402*
Hagerstown: 39,640 Metro: 222,771

*Part of DC metro: 5.3 Million
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Old 07-13-2008, 07:51 PM
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Location: New Albany, Indiana (Greater Louisville)
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From the KY thread...

Here's the KY numbers with net population change fr 2007 to 2000

1. Louisville 557,789 +6,502
2. Lexington 279,044 +18,532
3. Owensboro 55,398 +1,331
4. Bowling Green 54,244 +4,948
5. Covington 43,062 -308
6. Richmond 32,333 +5,181
7. Hopkinsville 31,638 +1,549
8. Henderson 27,768 +395
9. Florence 27,281 +3,730
10. Frankfort 27,098 -643
11. Jeffersontown 26,152 -481 (??)
12. Nicholasville 25,845 +6,174
13. Paducah 25,539 -768
14. Elizabethtown 23,777 +1,235
15. Radcliff 21,933 -28

Fast growers outside the Top 15

Independence +6,220
Berea +4,308
Mt Washington +3,398
Georgetown +2,994
St Matthews +2,318
London +2,241
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