These Are The 100 Biggest Cities In Iowa For 2019

Using the latest Census data, we detail the 100 biggest cities in Iowa. You can all see a comprehensive list of all 289 cities and places in Iowa.

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We all love the biggest cities that the Hawkeye State has to offer. You know the places like Des Moines and Cedar Rapids which make all the headlines.

But there are a bunch of other great large cities in Iowa that don't get as much love.

We're going to change that right now.

Using the most recent Census data, we can tell you about all the places in Iowa with a focus on the biggest. We update the data each year and this is our fourth time doing this.

You can click here to see a full table of the full of the 100 biggest cities in Iowa, along with every other place over 1,000 people big. It is sortable by clicking on the headers.

Read on below to see more on the biggest cities. Or for more reading on places to live in Iowa, check out:

How We Determined The Largest Cities In Iowa

We've been ranking and dissecting cities in the Hawkeye State for over 4 years now -- making this actually the fourth time we've run the numbers. We always use the best data, the US Census. In this case, that means we are using the 2013-2017 American Community Survey.

It what is probably the most simple analysis we run each year, we ranked every place in Iowa from biggest to smallest. The biggest city this year? That would be Des Moines.

The smallest? Keota, although there are places smaller than 1,000 people not listed here, so keep that in mind as we take a look at the top ten.

Des Moines, IA
Overall SnackAbility
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/10

Rank Last Year: 1 (No Change)
Population: 214,778
Population 2010: 202,095
Growth: 6.3%
More on Des Moines: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Des Moines is the capital and the most populous city in the U.S. state of Iowa. It is also the county seat of Polk County. A small part of the city extends into Warren County. It was incorporated on September 22, 1851, as Fort Des Moines, which was shortened to "Des Moines" in 1857. It is on and named after the Des Moines River, which likely was adapted from the French colonial name, Rivire des Moines, meaning "River of the Monks". The city's population was 203,433 as of the 2010 census. The five-county metropolitan area is ranked 89th in terms of population in the United States with 634,725 residents according to the 2016 estimate by the United States Census Bureau.

Review Of Des Moines by Kourtlyn's Random Videos

First of all I'm from Des Moines Iowa and this is telling lies the reason some of this places have some low income taxes is cause some of the places are so they are not even consider towns and no you should not be worried about being robbed at off all the years I have been living in Iowa never had anything dangerous or harmed and when he said you can tell the difference between people from council bluffs and other places in was a lie cause a lot have guns pit bills and not very many walk with 40s and this is a bunch of lies there is nothing wrong with the schools funding and when he said that one place in Iowa had way more tacos than any other place is a lie cause there is a lot of taco place I'm all parts of Iowa


Cedar Rapids, IA
Source: Public domain
Overall SnackAbility
8
/10

Rank Last Year: 2 (No Change)
Population: 130,330
Population 2010: 125,450
Growth: 3.9%
More on Cedar Rapids: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Cedar Rapids is the second largest city in Iowa and is the county seat of Linn County. The city lies on both banks of the Cedar River, 20 miles north of Iowa City and 100 miles northeast of Des Moines, the state's capital and largest city. It is a part of the Cedar Rapids/Iowa City Corridor of Linn, Benton, Cedar, Jones, Johnson, and Washington counties. Until massive flooding in 2008, the city's government was headquartered in the Veterans Memorial Building, near the Linn County Courthouse and jail on Mays Island in the Cedar River; Cedar Rapids was one of a few cities in the world, along with Paris, France, with governmental offices on a municipal island.

Davenport, IA
Overall SnackAbility
7
/10

Rank Last Year: 3 (No Change)
Population: 102,268
Population 2010: 98,325
Growth: 4.0%
More on Davenport: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Davenport is the county seat of Scott County in Iowa and is located along the Mississippi River on the eastern border of the state. It is the largest of the Quad Cities, a metropolitan area with a population estimate of 382,630 and a CSA population of 474,226; it is the 90th largest CSA in the nation. Davenport was founded on May 14, 1836 by Antoine Le Claire and was named for his friend, George Davenport, a colonel who was stationed at nearby Fort Armstrong during the Black Hawk War. According to the 2010 census, the city had a population of 99,685. The city appealed this figure, arguing that the Census Bureau missed a section of residents, and that its total population was more than 100,000. The Census Bureau estimated Davenport's 2011 population to be 100,802.

Review Of Davenport by HomeSnacks User

The crime rate has been on the increase. I've noticed more and more terrible drivers; running red lights, texting while driving, etc.

Terrible drivers, rude employees, employees that sit on their phones rather than helping out customers.


Sioux City, IA
Source: Public domain
Overall SnackAbility
6
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Rank Last Year: 4 (No Change)
Population: 82,568
Population 2010: 82,106
Growth: 0.6%
More on Sioux City: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Sioux City is a city in Woodbury and Plymouth counties in the northwestern part of the U.S. state of Iowa. The population was 82,684 in the 2010 census, which makes it the fourth largest city in Iowa. The bulk of the city is in Woodbury County, of which it is the county seat, though a small portion is in Plymouth County. Sioux City is located at the navigational head of the Missouri River. Often the city and surrounding area is referred to as Siouxland, especially by the local media and residents. The city is home to several cultural points of interest including the Sioux City Public Museum, Sioux City Art Center and Sergeant Floyd Monument, which is a National Historical Landmark. The city is also home to Chris Larsen Park, commonly referred to as -the Riverfront,- includes the Anderson Dance Pavilion, Sergeant Floyd Riverboat Museum and Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center. Sioux City is the primary city of the five-county Sioux City, IA-NE-SD Metropolitan Statistical Area, with a population of 168,825 in 2010 and a slight increase to an estimated 168,921 in 2012. The Sioux City-Vermillion, IA-NE-SD Combined Statistical Area had a population of 182,675 as of 2010 and has grown to an estimated population of 183,052 as of 2012.

Iowa City, IA
Overall SnackAbility
8
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Rank Last Year: 5 (No Change)
Population: 73,415
Population 2010: 66,758
Growth: 10.0%
More on Iowa City: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Iowa City is a city in Johnson County, Iowa, United States. It is the home of the University of Iowa and county seat of Johnson County, at the center of the Iowa City Metropolitan Statistical Area. The U.S. Census Bureau estimated the city's population at 74,398 in 2016, making it the state's fifth-largest city. Iowa City is the county seat of Johnson County. The metropolitan area, which encompasses Johnson and Washington counties, has a population of over 164,000.

Waterloo, IA
Source: Public domain
Overall SnackAbility
5
/10

Rank Last Year: 6 (No Change)
Population: 68,146
Population 2010: 67,893
Growth: 0.4%
More on Waterloo: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Waterloo is a city in and the county seat of Black Hawk County, Iowa, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census the population decreased by 0.5% to 68,406; the 2014 Census estimates the population at 68,364, making it the sixth-largest city in the state. The city is part of the Waterloo - Cedar Falls Metropolitan Statistical Area, and is the more populous of the two cities.

Review Of Waterloo by Flow

I live in a town next to Waterloo where the most you hear about us is the grand opening of some restaurant or something. But when we hear news about waterloo it's always things like someone was shot and killed or stabbed to death or something. And now people are coming to the town I live in and killing people around there. It's all people from Waterloo and the people there are genuinely nice and are just living in the wrong town with the wrong people. Anyways it's sad how they all kill each other in that town and everything is generally perfect in my town even though they are basically connected. What also s***s is people from Waterloo are coming to my town and shooting at innocent people it really just s***s.


Ames, IA
Source: Public domain
Overall SnackAbility
8.5
/10

Rank Last Year: 7 (No Change)
Population: 65,005
Population 2010: 57,343
Growth: 13.4%
More on Ames: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Ames is a city located in the central part of Story County, Iowa, United States. It is located approximately 30 miles north of Des Moines, and had a 2010 population of 58,965. The U.S. Census Bureau designates the Ames metropolitan statistical area as encompassing all of Story County; combined with the Boone, Iowa micropolitan statistical area, the pair make up the larger Ames-Boone combined statistical area. While Ames is the largest city in Story County, the county seat is in the nearby city of Nevada 8 miles east of Ames.

West Des Moines, IA
Overall SnackAbility
9
/10

Rank Last Year: 9 (Up 1)
Population: 62,999
Population 2010: 54,731
Growth: 15.1%
More on West Des Moines: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

West Des Moines is a city in Polk, Dallas, and Warren counties in the US state of Iowa. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 56,609. West Des Moines is the second-largest city in the Des Moines metropolitan area and the tenth-largest city in Iowa. It ranked 94th in Money magazine's list of the "100 Best Places to Live and Launch" in 2008, 77th and 57th on the 100 Best Places to Live in 2014 and 2015, respectively, and 18th on the Hipster Cities of 2015.

Council Bluffs, IA
Overall SnackAbility
7
/10

Rank Last Year: 8 (Down 1)
Population: 62,317
Population 2010: 61,340
Growth: 1.6%
More on Council Bluffs: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Council Bluffs is a city in and the county seat of Pottawattamie County, Iowa, United States. The city is the most populous Omaha suburb and a principal city in the Omaha-Council Bluffs metropolitan area. It is located on the east bank of the Missouri River, across from Omaha, Nebraska. Council Bluffs was known, until at least 1853, as Kanesville. It was the historic starting point of the Mormon Trail. Kanesville is also the northernmost anchor town of the other emigrant trails, since there was a steam powered boat to ferry their wagons, and cattle, across the Missouri River.

Review Of Council Bluffs by james arterburn

I so agree with you on Council Bluffs.i was born and raised there and got bad in the mid 1990's.Omaha,Nebraska made it that way with drugs and crime at its all time high...


Dubuque, IA
Overall SnackAbility
8
/10

Rank Last Year: 10 (No Change)
Population: 58,410
Population 2010: 57,504
Growth: 1.6%
More on Dubuque: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Dubuque is the county seat of Dubuque County, Iowa, United States, located along the Mississippi River. In 2013, its population was 58,253, making it the tenth-largest city in the state.

Review Of Dubuque by HomeSnacks User

Dubuque is an all around perfect weather town. It is right on the Mississippi river and you can access 2 other states within miles of each other.

The river has so many things to do while there and the restaurants are amazing.


Now on to numbers 11-100 Biggest in Iowa

We hope that you find the big city, or really any city, that's right for you. Below is a list of the rest of the biggest cities along with every other place in Iowa.

Have fun snacking around in the Hawkeye State!

For more reading on Iowa, check out:

Detailed List Of The Biggest Cities In Iowa

Rank City Current Population 2010 Growth
1 Des Moines 214,778 202,095 6.3%
2 Cedar Rapids 130,330 125,450 3.9%
3 Davenport 102,268 98,325 4.0%
4 Sioux City 82,568 82,106 0.6%
5 Iowa City 73,415 66,758 10.0%
6 Waterloo 68,146 67,893 0.4%
7 Ames 65,005 57,343 13.4%
8 West Des Moines 62,999 54,731 15.1%
9 Council Bluffs 62,317 61,340 1.6%
10 Dubuque 58,410 57,504 1.6%
11 Ankeny 56,237 42,211 33.2%
12 Urbandale 42,222 37,503 12.6%
13 Cedar Falls 41,167 38,178 7.8%
14 Marion 38,014 33,293 14.2%
15 Bettendorf 35,293 32,490 8.6%
16 Mason City 27,453 28,125 -2.4%
17 Marshalltown 27,440 27,096 1.3%
18 Clinton 25,892 27,016 -4.2%
19 Burlington 25,330 25,604 -1.1%
20 Ottumwa 24,705 24,889 -0.7%
21 Fort Dodge 24,566 25,323 -3.0%
22 Muscatine 23,852 22,819 4.5%
23 Coralville 20,250 18,186 11.3%
24 Johnston 20,172 15,723 28.3%
25 Waukee 17,980 12,305 46.1%
26 North Liberty 17,721 11,889 49.1%
27 Altoona 17,354 13,757 26.1%
28 Clive 17,134 14,950 14.6%
29 Indianola 15,489 14,546 6.5%
30 Newton 15,085 15,371 -1.9%
31 Boone 12,538 12,764 -1.8%
32 Oskaloosa 11,531 11,393 1.2%
33 Grimes 11,139 7,653 45.6%
34 Spencer 11,132 11,193 -0.5%
35 Storm Lake 10,738 10,357 3.7%
36 Fort Madison 10,634 11,096 -4.2%
37 Keokuk 10,484 10,802 -2.9%
38 Pella 10,243 10,359 -1.1%
39 Norwalk 10,179 8,622 18.1%
40 Fairfield 10,125 9,451 7.1%
41 Waverly 10,052 9,754 3.1%
42 Carroll 9,937 10,047 -1.1%
43 Le Mars 9,861 9,719 1.5%
44 Pleasant Hill 9,608 8,100 18.6%
45 Grinnell 9,028 9,265 -2.6%
46 Mount Pleasant 8,467 8,743 -3.2%
47 Denison 8,361 8,077 3.5%
48 Creston 7,860 7,738 1.6%
49 Decorah 7,850 8,115 -3.3%
50 Webster City 7,830 8,125 -3.6%
51 Perry 7,747 7,706 0.5%
52 Clear Lake 7,612 7,799 -2.4%
53 Sioux Center 7,450 6,916 7.7%
54 Charles City 7,427 7,667 -3.1%
55 Washington 7,358 7,261 1.3%
56 Hiawatha 7,262 6,932 4.8%
57 Knoxville 7,202 7,459 -3.4%
58 Nevada 6,790 6,753 0.5%
59 Atlantic 6,787 7,078 -4.1%
60 Eldridge 6,231 5,319 17.1%
61 Orange City 6,123 5,967 2.6%
62 Oelwein 6,093 6,433 -5.3%
63 Independence 6,013 5,987 0.4%
64 Maquoketa 5,954 6,135 -3.0%
65 Estherville 5,930 6,388 -7.2%
66 Centerville 5,503 5,593 -1.6%
67 Algona 5,488 5,569 -1.5%
68 Red Oak 5,475 5,814 -5.8%
69 Bondurant 5,457 3,486 56.5%
70 Anamosa 5,420 5,634 -3.8%
71 Clarinda 5,377 5,566 -3.4%
72 Asbury 5,338 3,852 38.6%
73 Glenwood 5,271 5,354 -1.6%
74 Winterset 5,157 5,138 0.4%
75 Vinton 5,141 5,262 -2.3%
76 Iowa Falls 5,132 5,195 -1.2%
77 Sheldon 5,060 5,046 0.3%
78 Manchester 5,047 5,187 -2.7%
79 Cherokee 5,018 5,205 -3.6%
80 Osceola 4,998 4,878 2.5%
81 Windsor Heights 4,990 4,835 3.2%
82 Shenandoah 4,977 5,222 -4.7%
83 Spirit Lake 4,967 4,749 4.6%
84 Harlan 4,944 5,140 -3.8%
85 Evansdale 4,780 4,666 2.4%
86 Humboldt 4,589 4,648 -1.3%
87 Sergeant Bluff 4,556 4,031 13.0%
88 Mount Vernon 4,461 4,375 2.0%
89 Camanche 4,350 4,403 -1.2%
90 Polk City 4,313 3,231 33.5%
91 Hampton 4,311 4,420 -2.5%
92 Jefferson 4,190 4,360 -3.9%
93 Chariton 4,162 4,429 -6.0%
94 Dyersville 4,134 4,070 1.6%
95 Adel 4,103 3,640 12.7%
96 Forest City 4,083 4,160 -1.9%
97 Carlisle 4,069 3,775 7.8%
98 Le Claire 3,940 3,561 10.6%
99 Monticello 3,817 3,785 0.8%
100 Cresco 3,793 3,867 -1.9%
101 Emmetsburg 3,783 3,898 -3.0%
102 Carter Lake 3,781 3,676 2.9%
103 Albia 3,766 3,746 0.5%
104 West Liberty 3,746 3,659 2.4%
105 Waukon 3,744 3,931 -4.8%
106 Saylorville 3,715 3,105 19.6%
107 Rock Valley 3,681 3,274 12.4%
108 Osage 3,591 3,597 -0.2%
109 Huxley 3,575 3,132 14.1%
110 Eagle Grove 3,452 3,601 -4.1%
111 New Hampton 3,448 3,585 -3.8%
112 Story City 3,412 3,393 0.6%
113 Robins 3,380 2,906 16.3%
114 Tipton 3,191 3,209 -0.6%
115 Williamsburg 3,146 3,015 4.3%
116 Garner 3,080 3,102 -0.7%
117 Milford 2,999 2,844 5.5%
118 West Burlington 2,967 2,977 -0.3%
119 Jesup 2,877 2,592 11.0%
120 Onawa 2,849 3,005 -5.2%
121 Wilton 2,815 2,801 0.5%
122 Tama 2,801 2,870 -2.4%
123 Clarion 2,791 2,861 -2.4%
124 Marengo 2,770 2,546 8.8%
125 Tiffin 2,746 1,986 38.3%
126 Grundy Center 2,706 2,673 1.2%
127 Eldora 2,677 2,774 -3.5%
128 Belmond 2,669 2,287 16.7%
129 Missouri Valley 2,661 2,886 -7.8%
130 Sibley 2,659 2,804 -5.2%
131 West Union 2,629 2,614 0.6%
132 Park View 2,627 2,428 8.2%
133 Bloomfield 2,626 2,630 -0.2%
134 Lamoni 2,611 2,501 4.4%
135 Madrid 2,577 2,505 2.9%
136 Hawarden 2,574 2,536 1.5%
137 Rock Rapids 2,559 2,537 0.9%
138 Belle Plaine 2,546 2,607 -2.3%
139 Center Point 2,521 2,428 3.8%
140 La Porte City 2,496 2,637 -5.3%
141 Kalona 2,495 2,449 1.9%
142 Postville 2,486 1,996 24.5%
143 Solon 2,485 1,924 29.2%
144 Fairfax 2,473 1,641 50.7%
145 Hudson 2,472 2,334 5.9%
146 Columbus Junction 2,330 2,024 15.1%
147 Bellevue 2,315 2,289 1.1%
148 West Branch 2,294 2,468 -7.1%
149 Mitchellville 2,258 2,529 -10.7%
150 Toledo 2,201 2,595 -15.2%
151 Alta 2,188 1,917 14.1%
152 Lisbon 2,185 1,885 15.9%
153 Ida Grove 2,160 2,158 0.1%
154 Sumner 2,153 2,031 6.0%
155 Ely 2,148 1,624 32.3%
156 Rockwell City 2,141 2,357 -9.2%
157 Sac City 2,138 2,294 -6.8%
158 Ogden 2,128 2,410 -11.7%
159 Hull 2,058 1,955 5.3%
160 Lake Mills 2,049 2,162 -5.2%
161 Wapello 2,048 2,343 -12.6%
162 Northwood 2,034 1,962 3.7%
163 Mount Ayr 2,029 1,659 22.3%
164 Cascade 2,023 2,272 -11.0%
165 Sigourney 2,008 2,101 -4.4%
166 Prairie City 2,006 1,311 53.0%
167 Audubon 2,005 2,177 -7.9%
168 Britt 1,987 2,110 -5.8%
169 Parkersburg 1,972 1,947 1.3%
170 Epworth 1,964 1,809 8.6%
171 Dallas Center 1,941 2,085 -6.9%
172 New London 1,916 1,760 8.9%
173 Leon 1,916 2,105 -9.0%
174 Colfax 1,908 2,743 -30.4%
175 Lake City 1,866 1,682 10.9%
176 Peosta 1,836 1,511 21.5%
177 Greenfield 1,821 1,973 -7.7%
178 Durant 1,812 1,907 -5.0%
179 Monroe 1,800 1,868 -3.6%
180 Manson 1,800 1,648 9.2%
181 Atkins 1,793 1,719 4.3%
182 Denver 1,772 1,827 -3.0%
183 Guttenberg 1,759 1,784 -1.4%
184 Hartley 1,743 1,796 -3.0%
185 Ackley 1,729 1,550 11.5%
186 Pleasantville 1,727 1,605 7.6%
187 Remsen 1,725 2,018 -14.5%
188 Pocahontas 1,701 1,698 0.2%
189 Moville 1,682 1,743 -3.5%
190 Granger 1,682 1,035 62.5%
191 Manning 1,673 1,713 -2.3%
192 Woodbine 1,673 1,603 4.4%
193 Farley 1,656 1,508 9.8%
194 Guthrie Center 1,651 1,562 5.7%
195 Traer 1,646 1,681 -2.1%
196 Woodward 1,630 1,165 39.9%
197 Reinbeck 1,628 1,963 -17.1%
198 Logan 1,607 1,571 2.3%
199 Nora Springs 1,601 1,557 2.8%
200 Slater 1,599 1,583 1.0%
201 Corning 1,581 1,674 -5.6%
202 Oakland 1,581 1,626 -2.8%
203 Corydon 1,579 1,410 12.0%
204 Mediapolis 1,576 1,812 -13.0%
205 Blue Grass 1,559 1,382 12.8%
206 Monona 1,559 1,844 -15.5%
207 Nashua 1,550 1,646 -5.8%
208 Akron 1,532 1,512 1.3%
209 Brooklyn 1,523 1,322 15.2%
210 Avoca 1,520 1,555 -2.3%
211 Earlham 1,496 1,845 -18.9%
212 Bedford 1,492 1,651 -9.6%
213 Montezuma 1,480 1,617 -8.5%
214 Dysart 1,473 1,520 -3.1%
215 Walcott 1,469 1,570 -6.4%
216 Kingsley 1,464 1,317 11.2%
217 Stuart 1,455 1,649 -11.8%
218 Urbana 1,451 1,409 3.0%
219 Lenox 1,438 1,315 9.4%
220 Clarksville 1,413 1,558 -9.3%
221 Sanborn 1,409 1,302 8.2%
222 Central City 1,404 1,250 12.3%
223 Lone Tree 1,399 1,333 5.0%
224 Elkader 1,396 1,281 9.0%
225 Walford 1,396 1,519 -8.1%
226 Manly 1,393 1,181 18.0%
227 Holstein 1,381 1,474 -6.3%
228 State Center 1,361 1,436 -5.2%
229 Strawberry Point 1,361 1,246 9.2%
230 Wellman 1,359 1,484 -8.4%
231 Dike 1,354 1,095 23.7%
232 Alton 1,346 1,077 25.0%
233 Glidden 1,344 1,132 18.7%
234 Laurens 1,337 1,402 -4.6%
235 Eddyville 1,337 898 48.9%
236 Roland 1,336 1,349 -1.0%
237 Coon Rapids 1,329 1,181 12.5%
238 Shell Rock 1,297 1,335 -2.8%
239 Villisca 1,286 1,354 -5.0%
240 Jewell Junction 1,279 1,006 27.1%
241 Tabor 1,270 1,303 -2.5%
242 Tripoli 1,269 1,301 -2.5%
243 Beaverdale 1,265 982 28.8%
244 Fruitland 1,248 1,349 -7.5%
245 University Heights 1,242 1,111 11.8%
246 Fredericksburg 1,240 870 42.5%
247 Mapleton 1,229 1,314 -6.5%
248 Allison 1,224 1,009 21.3%
249 Van Meter 1,216 1,199 1.4%
250 Griswold 1,214 975 24.5%
251 New Sharon 1,203 1,262 -4.7%
252 Gilbert 1,197 1,054 13.6%
253 North English 1,194 978 22.1%
254 Buffalo 1,188 1,244 -4.5%
255 Fairbank 1,174 1,236 -5.0%
256 Lake Park 1,164 1,115 4.4%
257 Springville 1,159 1,042 11.2%
258 Danville 1,144 949 20.5%
259 Sheffield 1,132 1,277 -11.4%
260 Princeton 1,130 966 17.0%
261 Hamburg 1,125 1,156 -2.7%
262 Sloan 1,118 1,046 6.9%
263 Fayette 1,112 1,481 -24.9%
264 Wayland 1,111 903 23.0%
265 George 1,095 1,293 -15.3%
266 Palo 1,088 912 19.3%
267 Lake Panorama 1,086 1,367 -20.6%
268 Arnolds Park 1,086 933 16.4%
269 Calmar 1,080 996 8.4%
270 St. Ansgar 1,077 1,205 -10.6%
271 Conrad 1,066 932 14.4%
272 Aplington 1,064 1,020 4.3%
273 Lake View 1,062 1,301 -18.4%
274 Marcus 1,062 979 8.5%
275 Panora 1,054 1,228 -14.2%
276 Sidney 1,032 1,008 2.4%
277 Long Grove 1,029 948 8.5%
278 Newhall 1,024 722 41.8%
279 Riverside 1,023 891 14.8%
280 Malvern 1,023 1,158 -11.7%
281 Winfield 1,022 1,433 -28.7%
282 Preston 1,021 996 2.5%
283 Mechanicsville 1,020 1,142 -10.7%
284 Greene 1,018 1,177 -13.5%
285 Odebolt 1,017 1,291 -21.2%
286 Elk Run Heights 1,014 1,029 -1.5%
287 De Soto 1,013 929 9.0%
288 Gowrie 1,009 1,087 -7.2%
289 Keota 1,006 1,097 -8.3%

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