The Full List Of Cities In Montana
A comprehensive list of all 22 cities and places in Montana by letter and population size. You can also browse special categories of cities only found on HomeSnacks.
Montana Lists Available Below:
Biggest Cities In Montana
Using the latest Census data, we created a list of all the 22 places in Montana sorted from biggest to smallest. Feel free to sort by city name, population size, or rank.
|City||Rank||Pop. 2014||Pop. 2013||Pop. 2012||Pop. 2011||Pop. 2010||5yr Growth|
|Anaconda-Deer Lodge County||9||9,243||9,285||9,277||9,294||9,270||-0.29%|
|Helena Valley West Central||11||8,502||8,409||8,293||8,281||8,197||3.72%|
|Helena Valley Southeast||13||7,340||7,872||7,860||7,902||7,923||-7.36%|
Using FBI crime data, the government census, Bureau of Labor Statistics, and Sperling's Best Places, we identified the worst places to live in Montana based on the following criteria:
- Population Density (Lower is worse)
- Unemployment Rates (Higher is worse)
- Adjusted Median Income (Lower is worse)
- Average Home Price (Lower is worse)
- Education spending (Lower is worse)
- Crime (Higher is worse)
In order to rank the most redneck places in Montana, we had to determine what criteria makes a place redneck.
To do that, we used criteria from Yelp, the Census, and Google Places data that included:
The dictionary definition categories
- Small towns
- Least amount of high school graduates
And the stereotypical categories
- Number of bars per city
- Number of mobile home parks per capita
- Number of tobacco stores per city
- Number of places to get fishing gear
- Number of guns and ammo stores per city
- Walmarts, Bass Pro Shops, and dollar stores nearby
Note: For the sake of getting reliable numbers, we counted places within a city's border, as well as within a short driving distance.
While there are surveys and public polls on what cities in a state are the most dangerous, we didn't want to rely on speculation and opinion. Instead, we looked at the hard numbers from the FBI's last three years of reporting.
Specifically, we analyzed the FBI's Uniform Crime Report which summarizes the number of property crimes and violent crimes in each city per year.