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List of cities in Idaho

 

List of cities in Idaho

List of cities in Idaho.

 †  County seat
 ††  State capital and county seat

Map of USA & Idaho
Boise, Capital of Idaho
2013 Rank City 2013 Estimate[1] 2010 Census[2] Change County
1 Boise †† 214,237 205,671 +4.16% Ada
2 Nampa 86,518 81,557 +6.08% Canyon
3 Meridian 83,596 75,092 +11.32% Ada
4 Idaho Falls † 58,292 56,813 +2.60% Bonneville
5 Pocatello † 54,350 54,255 +0.18% Bannock
6 Caldwell † 48,957 46,237 +5.88% Canyon
7 Coeur d'Alene † 46,402 44,137 +5.13% Kootenai
8 Twin Falls † 45,981 44,125 +4.21% Twin Falls
9 Lewiston † 32,401 31,894 +1.59% Nez Perce
10 Post Falls 29,357 27,574 +6.47% Kootenai
11 Rexburg † 26,520 25,484 +4.07% Madison
12 Moscow † 24,534 23,800 +3.08% Latah
13 Eagle 21,646 19,908 +8.73% Ada
14 Kuna 16,532 15,210 +8.69% Ada
15 Ammon 14,460 13,816 +4.66% Bonneville
16 Chubbuck 14,125 13,922 +1.46% Bannock
17 Mountain Home † 13,805 14,206 −2.82% Elmore
18 Hayden 13,681 13,294 +2.91% Kootenai
19 Blackfoot † 11,854 11,899 −0.38% Bingham
20 Garden City 11,260 10,972 +2.62% Ada
21 Jerome † 11,038 10,890 +1.36% Jerome
22 Burley † 10,456 10,345 +1.07% Cassia
23 Hailey † 8,014 7,960 +0.68% Blaine
24 Sandpoint † 7,577 7,365 +2.88% Bonner
25 Payette † 7,430 7,433 −0.04% Payette
26 Rathdrum 7,090 6,826 +3.87% Kootenai
27 Star 6,623 5,793 +14.33% Ada
28 Emmett † 6,519 6,557 −0.58% Gem
29 Middleton 6,003 5,524 +8.67% Canyon
30 Rupert † 5,617 5,554 +1.13% Minidoka
31 Weiser † 5,333 5,507 −3.16% Washington
32 Preston † 5,168 5,204 −0.69% Franklin
33 Fruitland 4,754 4,684 +1.49% Payette
34 Shelley 4,396 4,409 −0.29% Bingham
35 American Falls † 4,376 4,457 −1.82% Power
36 Buhl 4,214 4,122 +2.23% Twin Falls
37 Rigby † 4,043 3,945 +2.48% Jefferson
38 Gooding † 3,475 3,567 −2.58% Gooding
39 St. Anthony † 3,465 3,542 −2.17% Fremont
40 Kimberly 3,432 3,264 +5.15% Twin Falls
41 Heyburn 3,170 3,089 +2.62% Minidoka
42 Grangeville † 3,123 3,141 −0.57% Idaho
43 Orofino † 3,087 3,142 −1.75% Clearwater
44 Salmon † 3,027 3,112 −2.73% Lemhi
45 Soda Springs † 2,975 3,058 −2.71% Caribou
46 McCall 2,925 2,991 −2.21% Valley
47 Wendell 2,709 2,782 −2.62% Gooding
48 Ketchum 2,706 2,689 +0.63% Blaine
49 Homedale 2,610 2,633 −0.87% Owyhee
50 Filer 2,602 2,508 +3.75% Twin Falls
51 Montpelier 2,543 2,597 −2.08% Bear Lake
52 Bonners Ferry † 2,473 2,543 −2.75% Boundary
53 Dalton Gardens 2,361 2,335 +1.11% Kootenai
54 St. Maries † 2,333 2,402 −2.87% Benewah
55 Bellevue 2,286 2,287 −0.04% Blaine
56 Kellogg 2,117 2,120 −0.14% Shoshone
57 Malad City † 2,063 2,095 −1.53% Oneida
58 Parma 2,043 1,983 +3.03% Canyon
59 Spirit Lake 2,001 1,945 +2.88% Kootenai
60 Aberdeen 1,954 1,994 −2.01% Bingham
61 Victor 1,938 1,928 +0.52% Teton
62 Iona 1,880 1,803 +4.27% Bonneville
63 Priest River 1,720 1,751 −1.77% Bonner
64 Driggs † 1,657 1,660 −0.18% Teton
65 Pinehurst 1,619 1,619 0.00% Shoshone
66 Wilder 1,577 1,533 +2.87% Canyon
67 Osburn 1,545 1,555 −0.64% Shoshone
68 New Plymouth 1,513 1,538 −1.63% Payette
69 Shoshone † 1,494 1,461 +2.26% Lincoln
70 Sun Valley 1,408 1,406 +0.14% Blaine
71 Sugar City 1,377 1,514 −9.05% Madison
72 Kamiah 1,320 1,295 +1.93% Lewis
73 Marsing 1,316 1,031 +27.64% Owyhee
74 Glenns Ferry 1,253 1,319 −5.00% Elmore
75 Hansen 1,212 1,144 +5.94% Twin Falls
76 Paul 1,191 1,169 +1.88% Minidoka
77 Lapwai 1,146 1,137 +0.79% Nez Perce
78 Ucon 1,124 1,108 +1.44% Bonneville
79 Ponderay 1,111 1,137 −2.29% Bonner
80 Challis † 1,085 1,081 +0.37% Custer
81 Ashton 1,084 1,127 −3.82% Fremont
82 Plummer 1,017 1,044 −2.59% Benewah
83 Genesee 952 955 −0.31% Latah
84 Arco † 910 995 −8.54% Butte
85 Cottonwood 910 900 +1.11% Idaho
86 Cascade † 904 939 −3.73% Valley
87 Grace 899 915 −1.75% Caribou
88 Troy 882 862 +2.32% Latah
89 Greenleaf 875 846 +3.43% Canyon
90 Inkom 856 854 +0.23% Bannock
91 Hagerman 851 872 −2.41% Gooding
92 Council † 805 839 −4.05% Adams
93 Potlatch 800 804 −0.50% Latah
94 McCammon 797 809 −1.48% Bannock
95 Wallace † 781 784 −0.38% Shoshone
96 Oakley 777 763 +1.83% Cassia
97 Hazelton 747 753 −0.80% Jerome
98 Menan 741 741 0.00% Jefferson
99 Kootenai 736 678 +8.55% Bonner
100 Franklin 729 641 +13.73% Franklin
101 Teton 712 735 −3.13% Fremont
102 Moyie Springs 696 718 −3.06% Boundary
103 Mullan 692 692 0.00% Shoshone
104 Athol 689 692 −0.43% Kootenai
105 Hauser 672 678 −0.88% Kootenai
106 Horseshoe Bend 666 707 −5.80% Boise
107 Ririe 635 656 −3.20% Jefferson
108 Downey 622 625 −0.48% Bannock
109 Smelterville 621 627 −0.96% Shoshone
110 Carey 600 604 −0.66% Blaine
111 Kooskia 598 607 −1.48% Idaho
112 Dubois † 596 677 −11.96% Clark
113 Hayden Lake 589 574 +2.61% Kootenai
114 Roberts 584 580 +0.69% Jefferson
115 Juliaetta 572 579 −1.21% Latah
116 Dover 553 556 −0.54% Bonner
117 Notus 544 531 +2.45% Canyon
118 Clark Fork 527 536 −1.68% Bonner
119 Melba 526 513 +2.53% Canyon
120 Craigmont 515 501 +2.79% Lewis
121 Paris † 510 513 −0.58% Bear Lake
122 Deary 508 506 +0.40% Latah
123 Mackay 494 517 −4.45% Custer
124 Pierce 494 508 −2.76% Clearwater
125 Richfield 494 482 +2.49% Lincoln
126 Nezperce † 476 466 +2.15% Lewis
127 Lewisville 471 458 +2.84% Jefferson
128 Firth 469 477 −1.68% Bingham
129 Georgetown 469 476 −1.47% Bear Lake
130 New Meadows 469 496 −5.44% Adams
131 Idaho City † 459 485 −5.36% Boise
132 Dayton 457 463 −1.30% Franklin
133 Grand View 447 452 −1.11% Owyhee
134 Weston 432 437 −1.14% Franklin
135 Weippe 414 441 −6.12% Clearwater
136 Riggins 413 419 −1.43% Idaho
137 Lava Hot Springs 404 407 −0.74% Bannock
138 Eden 402 405 −0.74% Jerome
139 Basalt 392 394 −0.51% Bingham
140 Fairfield † 384 416 −7.69% Camas
141 Culdesac 382 380 +0.53% Nez Perce
142 Bancroft 369 377 −2.12% Caribou
143 Mud Lake 366 358 +2.23% Jefferson
144 Arimo 358 355 +0.85% Bannock
145 Declo 349 343 +1.75% Cassia
146 Winchester 344 340 +1.18% Lewis
147 Dietrich 334 332 +0.60% Lincoln
148 Cambridge 315 328 −3.96% Washington
149 Newdale 314 323 −2.79% Fremont
150 Bliss 307 318 −3.46% Gooding
151 Kendrick 300 303 −0.99% Latah
152 Parker 296 305 −2.95% Fremont
153 Rockland 294 295 −0.34% Power
154 Clifton 279 259 +7.72% Franklin
155 Island Park 276 286 −3.50% Fremont
156 Hollister 273 272 +0.37% Twin Falls
157 Albion 272 267 +1.87% Cassia
158 Tetonia 266 269 −1.12% Teton
159 Bovill 256 260 −1.54% Latah
160 Worley 254 257 −1.17% Kootenai
161 Castleford 230 226 +1.77% Twin Falls
162 Irwin 222 219 +1.37% Bonneville
163 Stites 216 221 −2.26% Idaho
164 Swan Valley 214 204 +4.90% Bonneville
165 Harrison 210 203 +3.45% Kootenai
166 East Hope 207 210 −1.43% Bonner
167 Bloomington 205 206 −0.49% Bear Lake
168 Malta 196 193 +1.55% Cassia
169 Peck 195 197 −1.02% Nez Perce
170 Wardner 185 188 −1.60% Shoshone
171 Onaway 183 187 −2.14% Latah
172 Oldtown 180 184 −2.17% Bonner
173 Fernan Lake Village 172 169 +1.78% Kootenai
174 Moore 169 189 −10.58% Butte
175 Ferdinand 160 159 +0.63% Idaho
176 Midvale 160 171 −6.43% Washington
177 Crouch 156 162 −3.70% Boise
178 Donnelly 137 152 −9.87% Valley
179 St. Charles 136 131 +3.82% Bear Lake
180 Acequia 125 124 +0.81% Minidoka
181 Elk River 122 125 −2.40% Clearwater
182 Murtaugh 118 115 +2.61% Twin Falls
183 Tensed 116 123 −5.69% Benewah
184 Minidoka 113 112 +0.89% Minidoka
185 Leadore 102 105 −2.86% Lemhi
186 Huetter 101 100 +1.00% Kootenai
187 White Bird 92 91 +1.10% Idaho
188 Hope 86 86 0.00% Bonner
189 Reubens 73 71 +2.82% Lewis
190 Stanley 69 63 +9.52% Custer
191 Butte City 68 74 −8.11% Butte
192 Placerville 52 53 −1.89% Boise
193 Hamer 51 48 +6.25% Jefferson
194 Oxford 47 48 −2.08% Franklin
195 State Line 45 38 +18.42% Kootenai
196 Spencer 33 37 −10.81% Clark
197 Atomic City 29 29 0.00% Bingham
198 Drummond 16 16 0.00% Fremont
199 Clayton 7 7 0.00% Custer
200 Warm River 3 3 0.00% Fremont

68 population in Lost River, Custer County, Idaho in 2010 Census. No 2013 Estimate.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Annual Estimates of the Resident Population: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2013".  
  2. ^ "2010 Census Redistricting Data (Public Law 94-171) Summary File". American FactFinder2. U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census. Retrieved 6 September 2014. 


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