100 Biggest Cities In Missouri For 2020

Using the latest Census data, we detail the 100 biggest cities in Missouri. You can all see a comprehensive list of all 372 cities and places in Missouri.

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We all love the biggest cities that the Show Me State has to offer. You know the places like Kansas City and St. Louis which make all the headlines.

But there are a bunch of other great large cities in Missouri 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 Missouri 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 Missouri, 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 Missouri, check out:

How We Determined The Largest Cities In Missouri

We've been ranking and dissecting cities in the Show Me 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 Missouri from biggest to smallest. The biggest city this year? That would be Kansas City.

The smallest? Kissee Mills, 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.

Kansas City, MO
Overall SnackAbility
5
/10

Rank Last Year: 1 (No Change)
Population: 481,417
Population 2010: 454,876
Growth: 5.8%
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Kansas City is the largest city in Missouri, United States. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the city had an estimated population of 481,420 in 2016, making it the 37th largest city by population in the United States. It is the central city of the Kansas City metropolitan area, which straddles the Kansas-Missouri border. Kansas City was founded in the 1830s as a Missouri River port at its confluence with the Kansas River coming in from the west. On June 1, 1850 the town of Kansas was incorporated; shortly after came the establishment of the Kansas Territory. Confusion between the two ensued and the name Kansas City was assigned to distinguish them soon thereafter.

St. Louis, MO
Overall SnackAbility
4
/10

Rank Last Year: 2 (No Change)
Population: 311,273
Population 2010: 318,809
Growth: -2.4%
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St. Louis is an independent city and major U.S. port in the state of Missouri, built along the western bank of the Mississippi River, on the border with Illinois. The city had an estimated 2016 population of 311,404, and is the cultural and economic center of the Greater St. Louis area, making it the largest metropolitan area in Missouri and the 19th-largest in the United States.

Review Of St. Louis by HomeSnacks User

The city area has a higher crime rate than the suburbs, but St. Louis is one of those cities that seems to exist mostly in the suburbs. Except for a renovated waterfront area and the ballpark, most of the attractions in St. Louis are in the outskirts of the city.

The Waterfront area is very pretty and has a neat amount of shops and the train station is very wonderful. St. Louis also has a great zoo. Navigating around the city is difficult, as the traffic and highway system is confusing.


Springfield, MO
Overall SnackAbility
4
/10

Rank Last Year: 3 (No Change)
Population: 166,633
Population 2010: 158,945
Growth: 4.8%
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Springfield is the third-largest city in the state of Missouri and the county seat of Greene County. As of the 2010 census, its population was 159,498. As of 2016, the Census Bureau estimated its population at 167,319. It is one of the two principal cities of the Springfield-Branson Metropolitan Area, which has a population of 541,991 and includes the counties of Christian, Dallas, Greene, Polk, Webster, Stone and Taney. Springfield's nickname is "Queen City of the Ozarks" and it is known as the "Birthplace of Route 66". It is home to several universities, including Missouri State University, Drury University, and Evangel University.

Review Of Springfield by HomeSnacks User

The police here pat their selfs on the back every time crime drops 1%. R**e, drug crimes, death by car wrecks is common. Homeless are shipped here from KC. The city council has issues with the north side of town. Very little money is spent there but the south side of town money is poured into it. The mayor lives on the south side.

Lots of good Restaurants to eat at. Sams is good

Lots of small family run businesses. Small towns around Springfield are great to visit. And Flea markets abound


Columbia, MO
Source: Public domain
Overall SnackAbility
7.5
/10

Rank Last Year: 5 (Up 1)
Population: 120,248
Population 2010: 104,620
Growth: 14.9%
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Columbia is a city in the U.S. state of Missouri and the county seat of Boone County. Founded in 1821, it is home to the University of Missouri and is the principal city of the Columbia metropolitan area. It is Missouri's fourth most-populous city, with an estimated 120,612 residents in 2016. As a Midwestern college town, the city has a reputation for progressive politics, persuasive journalism, and public art. The tripartite establishment of Stephens College, the University of Missouri, and Columbia College, which surround the city's central business district to the east, south, and north, has made Columbia a center of learning. At the center of Downtown is 8th Street, also known as the Avenue of the Columns, which connects Francis Quadrangle and Jesse Hall to the Boone County Courthouse and the City Hall. Never a major center of manufacturing, the city also depends on healthcare, insurance, and technology businesses. Companies such as Shelter Insurance, Carfax, and Slackers CDs and Games, were founded in the city. Cultural institutions include the State Historical Society of Missouri, the Museum of Art and Archaeology, and the annual True/False Film Festival. The Missouri Tigers, the state's only major college athletic program, play football at Faurot Field and basketball at Mizzou Arena as members of the Southeastern Conference.

Independence, MO
Overall SnackAbility
5
/10

Rank Last Year: 4 (Down 1)
Population: 117,207
Population 2010: 115,578
Growth: 1.4%
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Independence is the fifth-largest city in the state of Missouri. It lies within Jackson County, of which it is the county seat. Independence is a satellite city of Kansas City, Missouri, and is part of the Kansas City metropolitan area. In 2010, it had a total population of 116,830.

Review Of Independence by HomeSnacks User

Too many drugs and drug users. Tax money spent on beautification not safety. Avoid this city. It's filthy and not heterosexual friendly. A liberal Mecca.

Not a damned thing the was good. Bad as an extension of Kansas City Missouri.


Overall SnackAbility
9
/10

Rank Last Year: 6 (No Change)
Population: 96,325
Population 2010: 87,027
Growth: 10.7%
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Review Of Lee's Summit by HomeSnacks User

Lee's Summit is a great midwestern suburb of Kansas City. It is a very large suburb measured in total acres, business and restaurant offerings and population. Lee's Summit is a well educated and safe suburb.

As a Kansas City suburb, you will find many KC Chiefs football fans and KC Royals baseball fans. Lots of weather variations in this midwestern town. Visitors will experience humidity in the summer, beautiful fall leaves, couple snow falls during the winter, and thunder storms in the spring.


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Overall SnackAbility
9.5
/10

Rank Last Year: 7 (No Change)
Population: 86,340
Population 2010: 74,777
Growth: 15.5%
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O'Fallon is a city along Interstate 70 and Interstate 64 between Lake St. Louis and St. Peters in St. Charles County, Missouri. It is part of the St. Louis Metropolitan Statistical Area. As of the 2010 census O'Fallon had a population of 79,329, making it the largest municipality in St. Charles County and seventh largest in the state of Missouri. In 2006 Money Magazine named O'Fallon 39th in its "Best 100 Places to Live." Money Magazine also ranked O'Fallon 68th out of 100 in 2008 and 26th out of 100 in 2010.

St. Joseph, MO
Overall SnackAbility
5
/10

Rank Last Year: 8 (No Change)
Population: 76,465
Population 2010: 75,911
Growth: 0.7%
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St. Joseph is a city in and the county seat of Buchanan County, Missouri, United States. It is the principal city of the St. Joseph Metropolitan Statistical Area, which includes Buchanan, Andrew, and DeKalb counties in Missouri and Doniphan County, Kansas. As of the 2010 census, St. Joseph had a total population of 76,780, making it the eighth largest city in the state, third largest in Northwest Missouri. The metropolitan area had a population of 127,329 in 2010.

St. Charles, MO
Source: Public domain
Overall SnackAbility
8.5
/10

Rank Last Year: 9 (No Change)
Population: 69,576
Population 2010: 65,374
Growth: 6.4%
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St. Charles is a city in, and the county seat of, St. Charles County, Missouri, United States. The population was 65,794 at the 2010 census, making St. Charles the ninth-largest city in Missouri. It lies to the northwest, and is a suburb of St. Louis, Missouri on the Missouri River.

St. Peters, MO
Overall SnackAbility
9
/10

Rank Last Year: 10 (No Change)
Population: 56,838
Population 2010: 52,850
Growth: 7.5%
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St. Peters is a city in St. Charles County, Missouri, United States. The 2010 census showed the city's population to be 52,575 tied for 10th with Blue Springs, Missouri.

Now on to numbers 11-100 Biggest in Missouri

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 Missouri.

Have fun snacking around in the Show Me State!

For more reading on Missouri, check out:

Detailed List Of The Biggest Cities In Missouri

Rank City Current Population 2010 Growth
1 Kansas City 481,417 454,876 5.8%
2 St. Louis 311,273 318,809 -2.4%
3 Springfield 166,633 158,945 4.8%
4 Columbia 120,248 104,620 14.9%
5 Independence 117,207 115,578 1.4%
6 Lee's Summit 96,325 87,027 10.7%
7 O'fallon 86,340 74,777 15.5%
8 St. Joseph 76,465 75,911 0.7%
9 St. Charles 69,576 65,374 6.4%
10 St. Peters 56,838 52,850 7.5%
11 Blue Springs 54,370 51,508 5.6%
12 Florissant 51,744 52,462 -1.4%
13 Joplin 50,073 49,453 1.3%
14 Chesterfield 47,663 47,253 0.9%
15 Jefferson City 43,013 42,374 1.5%
16 Cape Girardeau 39,323 37,410 5.1%
17 Wentzville 37,485 25,386 47.7%
18 Oakville 36,827 35,253 4.5%
19 Wildwood 35,517 34,970 1.6%
20 University City 34,653 35,704 -2.9%
21 Liberty 30,928 28,645 8.0%
22 Ballwin 30,332 30,496 -0.5%
23 Raytown 29,216 29,490 -0.9%
24 Mehlville 28,376 27,364 3.7%
25 Kirkwood 27,693 27,412 1.0%
26 Maryland Heights 27,128 27,377 -0.9%
27 Gladstone 26,995 25,501 5.9%
28 Hazelwood 25,399 25,716 -1.2%
29 Grandview 25,174 24,420 3.1%
30 Belton 23,348 23,092 1.1%
31 Webster Groves 23,029 22,984 0.2%
32 Sedalia 21,642 21,142 2.4%
33 Nixa 21,113 18,021 17.2%
34 Arnold 21,107 20,753 1.7%
35 Ferguson 20,931 21,339 -1.9%
36 Raymore 20,743 18,009 15.2%
37 Affton 20,187 20,115 0.4%
38 Rolla 20,117 19,141 5.1%
39 Warrensburg 20,025 18,465 8.4%
40 Old Jamestown 19,439 20,509 -5.2%
41 Ozark 19,418 16,622 16.8%
42 Creve Coeur 18,445 17,581 4.9%
43 Farmington 18,269 16,143 13.2%
44 Manchester 18,189 18,215 -0.1%
45 Spanish Lake 18,048 21,803 -17.2%
46 Concord 17,652 15,840 11.4%
47 Hannibal 17,575 17,821 -1.4%
48 Kirksville 17,483 17,413 0.4%
49 Poplar Bluff 17,107 17,123 -0.1%
50 Lemay 16,814 15,924 5.6%
51 Clayton 16,448 15,337 7.2%
52 Sikeston 16,366 16,369 0.0%
53 Republic 16,044 13,772 16.5%
54 Fort Leonard Wood 15,882 15,235 4.2%
55 Overland 15,787 16,163 -2.3%
56 Lake St. Louis 15,646 13,900 12.6%
57 Jackson 14,826 13,419 10.5%
58 Jennings 14,794 14,826 -0.2%
59 Carthage 14,690 14,114 4.1%
60 Lebanon 14,637 14,211 3.0%
61 Washington 13,987 13,968 0.1%
62 Moberly 13,762 14,057 -2.1%
63 Grain Valley 13,715 11,428 20.0%
64 Dardenne Prairie 13,139 10,290 27.7%
65 Marshall 13,001 12,823 1.4%
66 St. Ann 12,853 13,071 -1.7%
67 Fulton 12,799 12,618 1.4%
68 West Plains 12,222 11,759 3.9%
69 Neosho 12,009 11,719 2.5%
70 Festus 11,970 11,309 5.8%
71 Crestwood 11,881 11,892 -0.1%
72 Troy 11,771 10,103 16.5%
73 Maryville 11,771 11,695 0.6%
74 Bridgeton 11,690 12,234 -4.4%
75 Excelsior Springs 11,575 11,118 4.1%
76 Webb City 11,572 10,765 7.5%
77 Mexico 11,544 11,559 -0.1%
78 Branson 11,345 9,854 15.1%
79 Union 11,274 9,820 14.8%
80 Town And Country 11,066 10,812 2.3%
81 Bolivar 10,760 10,222 5.3%
82 Bellefontaine Neighbors 10,613 10,918 -2.8%
83 Eureka 10,575 9,707 8.9%
84 Kennett 10,225 11,269 -9.3%
85 Harrisonville 10,023 9,973 0.5%
86 Kearney 9,778 7,864 24.3%
87 Cameron 9,665 9,730 -0.7%
88 Ellisville 9,581 9,102 5.3%
89 Smithville 9,541 7,896 20.8%
90 Chillicothe 9,136 8,867 3.0%
91 Clinton 9,107 9,248 -1.5%
92 Berkeley 8,991 9,141 -1.6%
93 Monett 8,917 8,799 1.3%
94 Ladue 8,586 8,467 1.4%
95 Park Hills 8,568 8,626 -0.7%
96 Des Peres 8,567 8,397 2.0%
97 Sunset Hills 8,488 8,424 0.8%
98 Richmond Heights 8,457 8,767 -3.5%
99 Pleasant Hill 8,418 7,769 8.4%
100 Boonville 8,410 8,391 0.2%
101 Perryville 8,403 8,176 2.8%
102 Nevada 8,252 8,164 1.1%
103 Murphy 8,163 8,911 -8.4%
104 Warrenton 8,129 7,586 7.2%
105 Brentwood 8,023 7,973 0.6%
106 Oak Grove 8,008 7,400 8.2%
107 Maplewood 8,008 8,227 -2.7%
108 Carl Junction 7,995 7,081 12.9%
109 Dexter 7,885 7,855 0.4%
110 Olivette 7,837 7,660 2.3%
111 Sappington 7,577 7,982 -5.1%
112 Aurora 7,435 7,505 -0.9%
113 Marshfield 7,226 6,554 10.3%
114 Bonne Terre 7,110 6,529 8.9%
115 Black Jack 6,943 6,888 0.8%
116 Valley Park 6,832 6,864 -0.5%
117 Parkville 6,524 5,311 22.8%
118 Sullivan 6,496 7,310 -11.1%
119 St. John 6,432 6,563 -2.0%
120 De Soto 6,390 6,447 -0.9%
121 Pacific 6,329 6,414 -1.3%
122 Barnhart 6,318 5,864 7.7%
123 Shrewsbury 6,166 6,293 -2.0%
124 Battlefield 6,104 5,044 21.0%
125 Greenwood 6,092 4,963 22.7%
126 Glendale 5,888 5,880 0.1%
127 Trenton 5,846 6,018 -2.9%
128 Pevely 5,784 5,206 11.1%
129 St. Robert 5,767 3,929 46.8%
130 Caruthersville 5,760 6,279 -8.3%
131 Charleston 5,704 5,720 -0.3%
132 Richmond 5,606 5,907 -5.1%
133 Weldon Spring 5,545 5,463 1.5%
134 Bowling Green 5,501 4,988 10.3%
135 Willard 5,453 4,960 9.9%
136 Macon 5,379 5,462 -1.5%
137 Waynesville 5,262 4,440 18.5%
138 Odessa 5,189 5,211 -0.4%
139 Savannah 5,124 4,967 3.2%
140 Peculiar 5,006 4,325 15.7%
141 Glasgow Village 4,981 5,155 -3.4%
142 Salem 4,939 4,973 -0.7%
143 Normandy 4,931 5,058 -2.5%
144 Dellwood 4,912 5,044 -2.6%
145 Osage Beach 4,909 4,360 12.6%
146 Platte City 4,905 4,526 8.4%
147 Desloge 4,896 5,046 -3.0%
148 Cottleville 4,882 2,914 67.5%
149 Crystal City 4,752 4,780 -0.6%
150 St. Clair 4,693 4,704 -0.2%
151 Breckenridge Hills 4,654 4,748 -2.0%
152 Rock Hill 4,637 4,649 -0.3%
153 Higginsville 4,628 4,810 -3.8%
154 Mountain Grove 4,608 4,822 -4.4%
155 Eldon 4,591 4,685 -2.0%
156 Lexington 4,558 4,758 -4.2%
157 Hollister 4,504 4,321 4.2%
158 Scott City 4,503 4,574 -1.6%
159 Mount Vernon 4,493 4,535 -0.9%
160 Brookfield 4,481 4,468 0.3%
161 Ste. Genevieve 4,444 4,448 -0.1%
162 North Kansas City 4,414 4,295 2.8%
163 California 4,375 4,238 3.2%
164 Lamar 4,329 4,599 -5.9%
165 Imperial 4,279 4,445 -3.7%
166 Malden 4,244 4,064 4.4%
167 Centralia 4,207 3,997 5.3%
168 Vandalia 4,178 3,932 6.3%
169 Butler 4,164 4,266 -2.4%
170 High Ridge 4,151 4,808 -13.7%
171 Northwoods 4,148 4,286 -3.2%
172 St. James 4,112 4,169 -1.4%
173 Whiteman Afb 4,093 3,347 22.3%
174 Woodson Terrace 4,062 4,085 -0.6%
175 Fenton 4,034 4,042 -0.2%
176 Fredericktown 3,990 4,006 -0.4%
177 Camdenton 3,977 3,681 8.0%
178 Herculaneum 3,935 3,364 17.0%
179 Ashland 3,905 3,454 13.1%
180 Holts Summit 3,720 3,193 16.5%
181 Rogersville 3,644 2,935 24.2%
182 Carrollton 3,637 3,802 -4.3%
183 Palmyra 3,607 3,565 1.2%
184 Wright City 3,593 2,931 22.6%
185 El Dorado Springs 3,545 3,686 -3.8%
186 Frontenac 3,525 3,465 1.7%
187 Pine Lawn 3,513 3,432 2.4%
188 Tipton 3,369 3,263 3.2%
189 Cuba 3,340 3,372 -0.9%
190 Sugar Creek 3,309 3,381 -2.1%
191 Pagedale 3,291 3,327 -1.1%
192 Cassville 3,289 3,309 -0.6%
193 Louisiana 3,272 3,471 -5.7%
194 Riverside 3,255 2,949 10.4%
195 Hillsboro 3,105 2,641 17.6%
196 East Prairie 3,096 3,188 -2.9%
197 Portageville 3,074 3,199 -3.9%
198 Bethany 3,065 3,196 -4.1%
199 Buckner 3,058 2,979 2.7%
200 Pleasant Valley 3,033 3,001 1.1%
201 Buffalo 3,032 3,178 -4.6%
202 Windsor 2,990 2,967 0.8%
203 New Madrid 2,945 3,109 -5.3%
204 Byrnes Mill 2,944 2,733 7.7%
205 Chaffee 2,920 2,968 -1.6%
206 Ava 2,916 3,058 -4.6%
207 Riverview 2,872 2,872 0.0%
208 Licking 2,844 3,521 -19.2%
209 Moscow Mills 2,829 2,451 15.4%
210 Country Club 2,810 2,221 26.5%
211 Knob Noster 2,770 2,740 1.1%
212 Versailles 2,760 2,160 27.8%
213 Bel-Ridge 2,718 2,799 -2.9%
214 Kimberling City 2,714 2,651 2.4%
215 Hayti 2,714 2,966 -8.5%
216 Concordia 2,697 2,405 12.1%
217 Fayette 2,694 2,698 -0.1%
218 Montgomery City 2,685 2,766 -2.9%
219 Milan 2,670 2,094 27.5%
220 Terre Du Lac 2,663 2,176 22.4%
221 Mountain View 2,658 2,681 -0.9%
222 Clarkson Valley 2,640 2,623 0.6%
223 Green Park 2,628 2,621 0.3%
224 Piedmont 2,621 2,013 30.2%
225 Potosi 2,617 2,767 -5.4%
226 Canton 2,616 2,915 -10.3%
227 Gray Summit 2,594 2,582 0.5%
228 Castle Point 2,593 3,623 -28.4%
229 Clever 2,592 1,647 57.4%
230 Oronogo 2,580 2,430 6.2%
231 Owensville 2,580 2,681 -3.8%
232 Seneca 2,570 2,029 26.7%
233 Houston 2,559 2,110 21.3%
234 Forsyth 2,536 1,978 28.2%
235 Villa Ridge 2,497 2,462 1.4%
236 Monroe City 2,487 2,659 -6.5%
237 Warsaw 2,469 2,376 3.9%
238 Marlborough 2,457 1,864 31.8%
239 Holden 2,453 2,362 3.9%
240 St. Paul 2,431 2,001 21.5%
241 Noel 2,424 2,506 -3.3%
242 Hermann 2,422 2,458 -1.5%
243 Lawson 2,363 2,621 -9.8%
244 Moline Acres 2,355 2,709 -13.1%
245 Marionville 2,350 2,373 -1.0%
246 Cabool 2,337 2,442 -4.3%
247 Granby 2,311 2,320 -0.4%
248 Plattsburg 2,304 2,345 -1.7%
249 Thayer 2,292 2,567 -10.7%
250 Lathrop 2,259 2,395 -5.7%
251 Anderson 2,254 2,705 -16.7%
252 Doniphan 2,236 2,289 -2.3%
253 Steele 2,188 2,213 -1.1%
254 Willow Springs 2,179 2,467 -11.7%
255 Campbell 2,165 2,503 -13.5%
256 Carterville 2,134 1,687 26.5%
257 Seymour 2,128 1,595 33.4%
258 Village Of Four Seasons 2,122 1,663 27.6%
259 Albany 2,106 1,936 8.8%
260 Kahoka 2,100 2,357 -10.9%
261 Lake Lotawana 2,092 2,144 -2.4%
262 Bloomfield 2,086 1,923 8.5%
263 Slater 2,061 2,124 -3.0%
264 Strafford 2,035 1,879 8.3%
265 Marceline 2,021 2,302 -12.2%
266 Merriam Woods 2,001 1,768 13.2%
267 Unionville 1,998 1,648 21.2%
268 Weatherby Lake 1,967 1,969 -0.1%
269 Elsberry 1,958 1,985 -1.4%
270 Bernie 1,957 2,002 -2.2%
271 New Haven 1,952 2,313 -15.6%
272 Bourbon 1,946 1,922 1.2%
273 Vinita Park 1,931 1,670 15.6%
274 Warson Woods 1,915 1,877 2.0%
275 Salisbury 1,907 1,684 13.2%
276 Richland 1,895 1,728 9.7%
277 Steelville 1,888 1,390 35.8%
278 Senath 1,847 1,934 -4.5%
279 Duquesne 1,839 1,585 16.0%
280 Hanley Hills 1,832 2,006 -8.7%
281 Stockton 1,818 1,761 3.2%
282 Memphis 1,803 1,906 -5.4%
283 Adrian 1,793 1,928 -7.0%
284 Wellston 1,775 2,192 -19.0%
285 Hamilton 1,771 2,252 -21.4%
286 Lake Ozark 1,759 1,214 44.9%
287 Cedar Hill 1,751 1,614 8.5%
288 Wardsville 1,731 1,654 4.7%
289 Gallatin 1,730 1,861 -7.0%
290 Marble Hill 1,727 1,810 -4.6%
291 Weston 1,675 1,717 -2.4%
292 Ironton 1,674 1,727 -3.1%
293 Labarque Creek 1,668 1,495 11.6%
294 Lakeshire 1,658 1,536 7.9%
295 Linn 1,654 1,662 -0.5%
296 Sparta 1,642 1,747 -6.0%
297 Ash Grove 1,634 1,680 -2.7%
298 Fair Grove 1,624 1,343 20.9%
299 Hallsville 1,579 1,791 -11.8%
300 Sweet Springs 1,572 1,588 -1.0%
301 Oakland 1,558 1,328 17.3%
302 Gower 1,554 1,580 -1.6%
303 Oran 1,532 1,396 9.7%
304 Shelbina 1,530 1,795 -14.8%
305 Huntsville 1,527 1,254 21.8%
306 Tarkio 1,509 1,611 -6.3%
307 Greenfield 1,503 1,554 -3.3%
308 Garden City 1,494 1,714 -12.8%
309 Winchester 1,482 1,388 6.8%
310 Charlack 1,473 1,336 10.3%
311 Belle 1,458 1,460 -0.1%
312 Crane 1,453 2,049 -29.1%
313 Rock Port 1,452 1,479 -1.8%
314 Mansfield 1,450 1,328 9.2%
315 Paris 1,445 1,452 -0.5%
316 Rich Hill 1,425 1,482 -3.8%
317 Claycomo 1,419 1,370 3.6%
318 Winona 1,395 1,814 -23.1%
319 Bismarck 1,395 1,607 -13.2%
320 Country Club Hills 1,393 1,717 -18.9%
321 Bel-Nor 1,389 1,537 -9.6%
322 Leadwood 1,382 1,209 14.3%
323 La Monte 1,380 1,069 29.1%
324 Duenweg 1,370 1,062 29.0%
325 Velda City 1,367 1,431 -4.5%
326 La Plata 1,362 1,467 -7.2%
327 Stover 1,359 1,045 30.0%
328 Sarcoxie 1,343 1,331 0.9%
329 Purdy 1,338 1,082 23.7%
330 Hillsdale 1,335 1,318 1.3%
331 Marthasville 1,328 1,125 18.0%
332 Archie 1,327 1,188 11.7%
333 Winfield 1,321 1,363 -3.1%
334 Pierce City 1,313 1,338 -1.9%
335 Taos 1,310 891 47.0%
336 Gerald 1,300 1,531 -15.1%
337 Goodman 1,296 2,169 -40.2%
338 Horine 1,295 1,164 11.3%
339 Lone Jack 1,280 901 42.1%
340 Dixon 1,256 1,478 -15.0%
341 Advance 1,246 1,422 -12.4%
342 Shell Knob 1,246 1,205 3.4%
343 Appleton City 1,240 1,258 -1.4%
344 Southwest City 1,238 1,029 20.3%
345 Ellington 1,230 1,068 15.2%
346 Stanberry 1,222 1,063 15.0%
347 Clarkton 1,213 1,361 -10.9%
348 Gideon 1,202 1,119 7.4%
349 Auxvasse 1,183 1,085 9.0%
350 St. Martins 1,172 1,117 4.9%
351 Cole Camp 1,168 1,806 -35.3%
352 Lilbourn 1,165 1,304 -10.7%
353 Cool Valley 1,164 1,243 -6.4%
354 Glasgow 1,163 1,336 -12.9%
355 Wellsville 1,157 1,253 -7.7%
356 Lockwood 1,154 976 18.2%
357 Crocker 1,152 1,367 -15.7%
358 Maysville 1,151 1,322 -12.9%
359 Edina 1,139 1,154 -1.3%
360 Fremont Hills 1,130 875 29.1%
361 Mound City 1,114 1,093 1.9%
362 Lake Winnebago 1,114 1,131 -1.5%
363 New Franklin 1,105 1,293 -14.5%
364 Princeton 1,083 1,094 -1.0%
365 Van Buren 1,080 606 78.2%
366 Edmundson 1,067 948 12.6%
367 Highlandville 1,044 770 35.6%
368 Grantwood Village 1,038 889 16.8%
369 Humansville 1,026 1,109 -7.5%
370 Osceola 1,025 737 39.1%
371 Laurie 1,024 1,296 -21.0%
372 Kissee Mills 1,002 1,317 -23.9%

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