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Three Idaho Cities Named Among Fastest Growing in the US

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Recent U.S. Census Bureau data shows that while population growth in many cities has slowed down, the largest increases are happening in the south and west regions of the United States.

According to the May 26, 2022, report, Meridian, Caldwell, and Nampa rounded out the top 15 cities for population growth between July 1, 2020, and July 1. 2021 in the US. Cities in Texas, Arizona, Florida, and Tennessee were also on the list.

RankArea NameState NamePercent Increase2021 Total Population
1Georgetown cityTexas10.575,420
2Leander cityTexas10.167,124
3Queen Creek townArizona8.966,346
4Buckeye cityArizona8.6101,315
5New Braunfels cityTexas8.398,857
6Fort Myers cityFlorida6.892,245
7Casa Grande cityArizona6.257,699
8Maricopa cityArizona6.162,720
9North Port cityFlorida5.580,021
10Spring Hill cityTennessee5.453,339
11Goodyear cityArizona5.4101,733
12Port St. Lucie cityFlorida5.2217,523
13Meridian cityIdaho5.2125,963
14Caldwell cityIdaho5.263,629
15Nampa cityIdaho5.0106,186
The 15 Fastest-Growing Large Cities Between July 1, 2020, and July 1, 2021, With Populations of 50,000 or More on July 1, 2020