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List of municipalities in Michigan (by population)

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List of municipalities in Michigan (by population)

This is a list of the 100 most populous municipalities in Michigan ordered by 2010 population, from the 2010 United States Census.

2010 Pop.
Rank
Municipality County Population
in 1990
Population
in 2000
Population
in 2010
1 Detroit Wayne 1,027,974 951,270 713,777
2 Grand Rapids Kent 189,673 197,800 188,040
3 Warren Macomb 145,080 138,247 134,056
4 Sterling Heights Macomb 117,814 124,471 129,699
5 Lansing Eaton & Ingham 127,321 119,128 114,297
6 Ann Arbor Washtenaw 109,592 114,024 113,934
7 Flint Genesee 141,367 124,943 102,434
8 Dearborn Wayne 89,119 97,775 98,153
9 Livonia Wayne 100,864 100,545 96,942
10 Clinton (charter township) Macomb 85,887 95,648 96,796
11 Canton (charter township) Wayne 56,898 76,366 90,173
12 Westland Wayne 84,457 86,602 84,094
13 Troy Oakland 72,884 80,957 80,980
14 Farmington Hills Oakland 74,611 82,111 79,740
15 Macomb (township) Macomb 22,726 50,478 79,580
16 Kalamazoo Kalamazoo 80,290 77,145 74,262
17 Shelby (charter township) Macomb 48,642 65,159 73,804
18 Wyoming Kent 63,672 69,385 72,125
19 Southfield Oakland 75,706 78,296 71,739
20 Waterford (charter township) Oakland 66,692 71,981 71,707
21 Rochester Hills Oakland 61,884 68,853 70,995
22 West Bloomfield (charter township) Oakland 54,531 64,860 64,690
23 Taylor Wayne 70,809 65,868 63,131
24 St. Clair Shores Macomb 68,300 63,096 59,715
25 Pontiac Oakland 71,136 67,561 59,515
26 Dearborn Heights Wayne 60,720 58,264 57,774
27 Royal Oak Oakland 64,212 60,062 57,236
28 Novi Oakland 32,979 47,386 55,224
29 Ypsilanti (charter township) Washtenaw 45,507 49,176 53,362
30 Battle Creek Calhoun 53,450 53,364 52,347
31 Saginaw Saginaw 69,502 61,792 51,508
32 Kentwood Kent 37,826 45,259 48,707
33 East Lansing Clinton & Ingham 50,943 46,509 48,579
34 Redford (charter township) Wayne 54,380 51,622 48,362
35 Roseville Macomb 51,270 48,129 47,299
36 Georgetown (charter township) Ottawa 32,696 41,658 46,985
37 Portage Kalamazoo 41,025 44,897 46,292
38 Chesterfield (charter township) Macomb 25,906 37,402 43,381
39 Midland Bay & Midland 38,665 41,544 41,863
40 Bloomfield (charter township) Oakland 42,461 42,968 41,070
41 Saginaw (charter township) Saginaw 37,674 39,657 40,840
42 Commerce (charter township) Oakland 26,916 34,764 40,186
43 Meridian (charter township) Ingham 35,416 39,108 39,688
44 Muskegon Muskegon 40,355 40,105 38,401
45 Lincoln Park Wayne 41,980 40,008 38,144
46 Grand Blanc (charter township) Genesee 25,614 29,827 37,508
47 Holland (charter township) Ottawa 17,494 28,911 35,636
48 Orion (charter township) Oakland 24,076 33,463 35,394
49 Bay City Bay 38,752 36,817 34,932
50 Independence (charter township) Oakland 23,732 32,581 34,681
51 Pittsfield (charter township) Washtenaw 17,517 29,972 34,663
52 Jackson Jackson 37,570 36,316 33,534
53 Holland Allegan & Ottawa 25,077 35,048 33,051
54 Eastpointe Macomb 35,275 34,077 32,442
55 Delta (charter township) Eaton 26,143 29,595 32,408
56 Flint (charter township) Genesee 34,004 33,653 31,929
57 Bedford (township) Monroe 23,928 28,606 31,085
58 Plainfield (charter township) Kent 24,943 30,195 30,952
59 Brownstown (charter township) Wayne 18,935 22,989 30,627
60 Port Huron St. Clair 33,701 32,338 30,184
61 Southgate Wayne 30,756 30,136 30,047
62 White Lake (charter township) Oakland 22,639 28,219 30,019
63 Burton Genesee 27,476 30,346 29,999
64 Madison Heights Oakland 32,199 31,101 29,694
65 Oak Park Oakland 30,590 29,739 29,319
66 Van Buren (charter township) Wayne 21,098 23,559 28,821
67 Northville (charter township) Wayne 17,303 21,036 28,497
68 Allen Park Wayne
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