Five Texas cities added the most residents between 2016 and 2017, and of those, three are in the North Texas region.
According to data released by the U.S. Census Bureau, Dallas ranked No. 3 in the U.S. for total residents added, tacking on 18,935 residents between July 1, 2016 and July 1, 2017 and bringing its 2017 total population to 1,341,075.
Fort Worth ranked fourth by number of new residents and dethroned Indianapolis as the country’s 15th most populous city. With 18,664 incomers, Cowtown’s 2017 population totaled 874,168 residents.
For those who have seen Frisco’s rapid business and real estate growth, it’s likely no surprise the city ranked ninth for numeric increase, with 13,470 new residents. Now at a population of 177,286, the city also ranked as the country’s fast-growing city, with an 8.2 percent jump.
Two other North Texas cities ranked among those with the largest percentage increases, with McKinney logging a 4.8 percent hike and Flower Mound recording a 4.3 percent boost.
Dallas’ fellow Texas city to the south, San Antonio, took first among the cities with the largest number of new residents, adding 24,208 for a 2017 population of 1,511,946.
Capital city Austin also took 12th, with 12,515 new residents.
To see the 15 cities with the largest increases in number of residents, click through the slideshow above.
Fastest-Growing North Texas Cities
Ranked by Population Growth Rate 2010-2016
Rank City Population Growth Rate 2010-2016 1 Prosper 93.1% 2 Little Elm 64.3% 3 Frisco 39.8% View This List