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List of cities in Missouri

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Missouri is a state located in the Midwestern United States. In Missouri, cities are classified into three types: 3rd Class, 4th Class, and those under constitutional charters. A few older cities are incorporated under legislative charters (Carrollton, Chillicothe, LaGrange, Liberty, Miami, Missouri City, and Pleasant Hill) which are no longer allowed. (Carthage is also a Charter City and Charter Cities are by constitution not legislation and are still allowed to this day). The level at which they incorporate is determined by their population when they incorporate. They do not change if they gain or lose in population, unless a vote is held by the people.

A municipality incorporates as a 4th Class city if the population is between 500 and 2,999 (under 500, it may incorporate as a village[1] – see list of villages in Missouri). It may incorporate as a 3rd Class city if the population is between 3,000 and 29,999.[2] There is more flexibility in government for 3rd Class cities than 4th Class.

Cities under constitutional charters may operate under any form of municipal government if it is enacted in the city's charter.

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Largest cities

Population data based on 2019 estimates.[3]

 †  County seat
 ††  State capital and county seat
2019 Rank City 2019 Estimate[4] 2010 Census[5] Change County
1 Kansas City † 495,327 459,787 +7.73% Jackson, Platte, Cass, Clay
2 St. Louis 300,576 319,294 −5.86% none (independent city)
3 Springfield † 167,882 159,498 +5.26% Greene
4 Columbia † 123,195 108,500 +13.54% Boone
5 Independence † 116,672 116,830 −0.14% Jackson
6 Lee's Summit 99,357 91,364 +8.75% Jackson
7 O'Fallon 88,673 79,329 +11.78% St. Charles
8 St. Joseph † 74,875 76,780 −2.48% Buchanan
9 St. Charles † 71,028 65,794 +7.96% St. Charles
10 St. Peters 58,212 52,575 +10.72% St. Charles
11 Blue Springs 55,829 52,575 +6.19% Jackson
12 Florissant 50,952 52,158 −2.31% St. Louis
13 Joplin 50,925 50,150 +1.55% Jasper, Newton
14 Chesterfield 47,538 47,484 +0.11% St. Louis
15 Jefferson City †† 42,708 43,079 −0.86% Cole
16 Wentzville 41,784 29,070 +43.74% St. Charles
17 Cape Girardeau 40,559 37,941 +6.90% Cape Girardeau
18 Wildwood 35,432 35,517 −0.24% St. Louis
19 University City 34,165 35,371 −3.41% St. Louis
20 Liberty † 32,100 29,149 +10.12% Clay
21 Ballwin 30,082 30,404 −1.06% St. Louis
22 Raytown 28,991 29,526 −1.81% Jackson
23 Kirkwood 27,807 27,540 +0.97% St. Louis
24 Gladstone 27,489 25,410 +8.18% Clay
25 Maryland Heights 26,956 27,472 −1.88% St. Louis
26 Hazelwood 25,117 25,703 −2.28% St. Louis
27 Grandview 24,856 24,475 +1.56% Jackson
28 Belton 23,642 23,116 +2.28% Cass
29 Webster Groves 22,819 22,995 −0.77% St. Louis
30 Nixa 22,515 19,022 +18.36% Christian
31 Raymore 22,194 19,206 +15.56% Cass
32 Sedalia † 21,629 21,387 +1.13% Pettis
33 Arnold 21,091 20,808 +1.36% Jefferson
34 Ferguson 20,525 21,203 −3.20% St. Louis
35 Ozark † 20,482 17,820 +14.94% Christian
36 Rolla † 20,431 19,559 +4.46% Phelps
37 Warrensburg † 20,418 18,838 +8.39% Johnson
38 Farmington † 19,113 16,240 +17.69% St. Francois
39 Creve Coeur 18,612 17,833 +4.37% St. Louis
40 Manchester 18,073 18,094 −0.12% St. Louis
41 Kirksville † 17,602 17,505 +0.55% Adair
42 Hannibal 17,346 17,916 −3.18% Marion
43 Republic 16,938 14,751 +14.83% Greene
44 Poplar Bluff † 16,937 17,023 −0.51% Butler
45 Lake St. Louis 16,864 14,545 +15.94% St. Charles
46 Clayton † 16,747 15,939 +5.07% St. Louis
47 Sikeston 16,023 16,318 −1.81% Scott
48 Overland 15,551 16,062 −3.18% St. Louis
49 Jackson † 14,836 13,758 +7.84% Cape Girardeau
50 Lebanon † 14,798 14,474 +2.24% Laclede
51 Carthage † 14,746 14,378 +2.56% Jasper
52 Jennings 14,575 14,712 −0.93% St. Louis
53 Grain Valley 14,526 12,854 +13.01% Jackson
54 Washington 14,081 13,982 +0.71% Franklin
55 Moberly 13,615 13,974 −2.57% Randolph
56 Dardenne Prairie 13,348 11,494 +16.13% St. Charles
57 Marshall † 12,841 13,065 −1.71% Saline
58 Troy † 12,820 10,540 +21.63% Lincoln
59 St. Ann 12,629 13,020 −3.00% St. Louis
60 Fulton † 12,596 12,790 −1.52% Callaway
61 West Plains † 12,304 11,986 +2.65% Howell
62 Webb City 12,134 10,996 +10.35% Jasper
63 Neosho † 12,054 11,835 +1.85% Newton
64 Festus 12,036 11,602 +3.74% Jefferson
65 Union † 11,990 10,204 +17.50% Franklin
66 Crestwood 11,834 11,912 −0.65% St. Louis
67 Excelsior Springs 11,731 11,084 +5.84% Clay
68 Branson 11,630 10,520 +10.55% Taney
69 Maryville † 11,599 11,972 −3.12% Nodaway
70 Bridgeton 11,520 11,550 −0.26% St. Louis
71 Mexico † 11,517 11,543 −0.23% Audrain
72 Town and Country 11,109 10,815 +2.72% St. Louis
73 Bolivar † 11,067 10,325 +7.19% Polk
74 Eureka 10,946 10,189 +7.43% St. Louis
75 Kearney 10,858 8,381 +29.55% Clay
76 Smithville 10,795 8,425 +28.13% Clay
77 Bellefontaine Neighbors 10,397 10,860 −4.26% St. Louis
78 Kennett † 10,094 10,932 −7.67% Dunklin
79 Harrisonville † 10,078 10,019 +0.59% Cass
80 Ellisville 9,862 9,133 +7.98% St. Louis
81 Chillicothe † 9,705 9,515 +2.00% Livingston
82 Cameron 9,649 9,933 −2.86% Clinton
83 Monett 9,124 8,873 +2.83% Barry
84 Clinton † 8,945 9,008 −0.70% Henry
85 Berkeley 8,841 8,978 −1.53% St. Louis
86 Richmond Heights 8,801 8,603 +2.30% St. Louis
87 Des Peres 8,697 8,373 +3.87% St. Louis
88 Pleasant Hill 8,683 8,113 +7.03% Cass
89 Ladue 8,616 8,521 +1.11% St. Louis
90 Park Hills 8,529 8,759 −2.63% St. Francois
91 Perryville † 8,496 8,225 +3.29% Perry
92 Sunset Hills 8,447 8,496 −0.58% St. Louis
93 Boonville † 8,439 8,319 +1.44% Cooper
94 Warrenton † 8,396 7,880 +6.55% Warren
95 Carl Junction 8,274 7,445 +11.13% Jasper
96 Nevada † 8,261 8,386 −1.49% Vernon
97 Oak Grove 8,258 7,795 +5.94% Jackson
98 Maplewood 8,092 8,046 +0.57% St. Louis
99 Brentwood 7,966 8,055 −1.10% St. Louis
100 Olivette 7,822 7,737 +1.10% St. Louis

Alphabetical listing

A-C

D-F

G-K

L-N

O-R

S-W

See also

References

  1. ^ "2017-2018 Official Manual State of Missouri, Chapter 8 - Cities and Counties" (PDF). www.sos.mo.gov. Retrieved 2018-12-11.
  2. ^ "Classification of Municipalities" (PDF). The Missouri Roster, Missouri Secretary of State. Retrieved 2020-09-30.
  3. ^ "City and Town Population Totals: 2010-2019". census.gov. Retrieved 2019-05-27.
  4. ^ "City and Town Population Totals: 2010-2019". census.gov. Retrieved 2019-05-27.
  5. ^ "2010 Census Redistricting Data (Public Law 94-171) Summary File". American FactFinder2. U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census. Retrieved 31 January 2014.

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