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List of municipalities in North Carolina

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North Carolina is a state located in the Southern United States. According to the 2010 United States Census, North Carolina is the ninth most populous state with 10,042,802 inhabitants but the 28th largest by land area spanning 53,819 square miles (139,390 km2) of land.[1][2] North Carolina is divided into 100 counties and contains 532 incorporated municipalities consisting of cities, towns, or villages.[3] The three different terms have no legal distinction.

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Largest municipalities

 †  County seat
 ††  State capital and county seat

Below is a list of the 50 largest municipalities in North Carolina according to the 2010 census. Also shown is the 2020 Census estimate.[4]

Rank Name Population (2020) Population (2010) Change Type County
1 Charlotte † 900,350 731,424 +23.10% City Mecklenburg
2 Raleigh †† 474,414 403,892 +17.46% City Wake (seat), Durham
3 Greensboro † 297,878 269,666 +10.46% City Guilford
4 Durham † 285,897 228,330 +25.21% City Durham (seat), Wake, Orange
5 Winston-Salem † 248,112 229,618 +8.05% City Forsyth
6 Fayetteville † 211,705 200,564 +5.55% City Cumberland
7 Cary 173,587 135,234 +28.36% Town Wake, Chatham
8 Wilmington † 124,794 106,476 +17.20% City New Hanover
9 High Point 113,565 104,371 +8.81% City Guilford, Randolph, Davidson, Forsyth
10 Concord † 98,500 79,066 +24.58% City Cabarrus
11 Greenville † 94,779 84,554 +12.09% City Pitt
12 Asheville † 92,852 83,393 +11.34% City Buncombe
13 Gastonia † 77,640 71,741 +8.22% City Gaston
14 Jacksonville † 76,284 70,145 +8.75% City Onslow
15 Apex 64,388 37,476 +71.81% Town Wake
16 Chapel Hill 63,705 57,233 +11.31% Town Orange, Durham
17 Huntersville 59,095 46,773 +26.34% Town Mecklenburg
18 Burlington 55,599 49,963 +11.28% City Alamance
19 Rocky Mount 53,689 57,477 −6.59% City Edgecombe, Nash
20 Kannapolis 52,007 42,625 +22.01% City Cabarrus, Rowan
21 Wilson † 49,479 49,167 +0.63% City Wilson
22 Wake Forest 47,314 30,117 +57.10% Town Wake, Franklin
23 Hickory 41,473 40,010 +3.66% City Catawba, Burke, Caldwell
24 Indian Trail 41,040 33,518 +22.44% Town Union
25 Mooresville 39,962 32,711 +22.17% Town Iredell
26 Holly Springs 39,882 24,661 +61.72% Town Wake
27 Monroe † 35,668 32,797 +8.75% City Union
28 Goldsboro † 34,447 36,437 −5.46% City Wayne
29 Salisbury † 33,821 33,662 +0.47% City Rowan
30 Matthews 33,718 27,198 +23.97% Town Mecklenburg
31 Garner 32,180 25,745 +25.00% Town Wake
32 Fuquay-Varina 32,145 17,937 +79.21% Town Wake
33 Cornelius 30,804 24,866 +23.88% Town Mecklenburg
34 Morrisville 30,495 18,576 +64.16% Town Wake, Durham
35 Sanford † 30,361 28,094 +8.07% City Lee
36 New Bern † 29,940 29,524 +1.41% City Craven
37 Mint Hill 28,109 22,722 +23.71% Town Mecklenburg, Union
38 Statesville † 28,045 24,532 +14.32% City Iredell
39 Thomasville 26,713 26,757 −0.16% City Davidson, Randolph
40 Clayton 26,458 16,116 +64.17% Town Johnston, Wake
41 Asheboro † 26,023 25,012 +4.04% City Randolph
42 Leland 25,647 13,527 +89.60% Town Brunswick
43 Kernersville 24,891 23,123 +7.65% Town Forsyth, Guilford
44 Carrboro 21,239 19,582 +8.46% Town Orange
45 Clemmons 21,089 18,627 +13.22% Village Forsyth
46 Lumberton † 20,239 21,542 −6.05% City Robeson
47 Shelby † 20,145 20,323 −0.88% City Cleveland
48 Boone † 20,003 17,119 +16.85% Town Watauga
49 Kinston † 19,849 21,677 −8.43% City Lenoir
50 Havelock 19,593 20,735 −5.51% City Craven

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References

  1. ^ "GCT-PH1 – Population, Housing Units, Area, and Density: 2010 – State — Place and (in selected states) County Subdivision". 2010 United States Census. United States Census Bureau. Archived from the original on February 13, 2020. Retrieved August 7, 2016.
  2. ^ "North Carolina | Capital, Map, History, & Facts". Encyclopedia Britannica. Retrieved 2018-05-27.
  3. ^ "North Carolina: 2010 Population and Housing Unit Counts 2010 Census of Population and Housing" (PDF). 2010 census. United States Census Bureau. September 2012. p. 18. Retrieved August 7, 2016.
  4. ^ https://www.census.gov/data/tables/time-series/demo/popest/2010s-total-cities-and-towns.html#tables


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