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Top 100 Biggest Cities in Florida

Can you guess the top 100 biggest cities in Florida?
According to the 2019 Estimate
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Last updated: July 3, 2021
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#
City
Population
1
Jacksonville
911,507
2
Miami
467,963
3
Tampa
399,700
4
Orlando
287,442
5
St. Petersburg
265,351
6
Hialeah
233,339
7
Port St. Lucie
201,846
8
Tallahassee
194,500
9
Cape Coral
194,495
10
Fort Lauderdale
182,437
11
Pembroke Pines
173,591
12
Hollywood
154,817
13
Miramar
141,191
14
Gainesville
133,997
15
Coral Springs
133,759
16
Clearwater
116,946
17
Palm Bay
115,552
18
Lakeland
112,136
19
Pompano Beach
112,118
20
West Palm Beach
111,955
21
Miami Gardens
110,001
22
Davie
106,306
23
Boca Raton
99,805
24
Sunrise
95,166
25
Plantation
94,580
26
Deltona
92,757
27
Palm Coast
89,800
28
Miami Beach
88,885
29
Fort Myers
87,103
30
Largo
84,948
31
Melbourne
83,029
32
Deerfield Beach
81,066
33
Boynton Beach
78,679
34
Kissimmee
72,717
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City
Population
35
Lauderhill
71,868
36
Weston
71,166
37
North Port
70,724
38
Homestead
69,523
39
Delray Beach
69,451
40
Daytona Beach
69,186
41
Tamarac
66,721
42
Jupiter
65,791
43
Doral
65,741
44
Wellington
65,398
45
Port Orange
64,842
46
North Miami
62,822
47
Sanford
61,488
48
Coconut Creek
61,248
49
Ocala
60,786
50
Bonita Springs
59,637
51
Bradenton
59,439
52
Margate
58,796
53
Sarasota
58,285
54
Palm Beach Gardens
57,704
55
St. Cloud
54,579
56
Pinellas Park
53,637
57
Apopka
53,447
58
Pensacola
52,975
59
Coral Gables
49,700
60
Ocoee
48,263
61
Titusville
46,580
62
Fort Pierce
46,103
63
Winter Garden
46,051
64
Oakland Park
45,202
65
Winter Haven
44,955
66
North Lauderdale
44,262
67
Altamonte Springs
44,143
#
City
Population
68
Ormond Beach
43,759
69
Cutler Bay
43,718
70
North Miami Beach
43,041
71
Oviedo
41,860
72
Greenacres
41,117
73
Royal Palm Beach
40,396
74
Hallandale Beach
39,847
75
Plant City
39,744
76
Clermont
38,654
77
Lake Worth
38,526
78
Winter Springs
37,312
79
Aventura
36,987
80
Dunedin
36,537
81
Lauderdale Lakes
36,194
82
Cooper City
35,800
83
Riviera Beach
35,463
84
Deland
34,851
85
Panama City
34,667
86
Parkland
34,170
87
Estero
33,871
88
Dania Beach
32,271
89
Miami Lakes
31,367
90
Winter Park
30,825
91
Casselberry
28,757
92
Rockledge
28,227
93
New Smyrna Beach
27,843
94
Temple Terrace
26,639
95
Sebastian
26,118
96
Haines City
26,009
97
Tarpon Springs
25,577
98
Crestview
25,274
99
Palm Springs
25,216
100
Palmetto Bay
24,523
+4
Level 44
Oct 19, 2020
Ocala is misspelled. Golden Glades, Egypt Lakes and a couple of others aren't real municipalities. They may (or may not) be CDPs, but they're not cities, towns or villages.
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Level 89
Oct 9, 2022
It's always perplexing how random Florida's city limits are. Jacksonville took an entire county, rural backwoods and all, while Miami is the physically smallest major city in the U.S. despite having one of the very biggest continuous urban belts.

One municipality over 25,000 exists in the Port Charlotte/ Charlotte Harbor / Venice / Northport area despite having an urban area of half a million.

Northport isn't the central city in any form, it's just incorporated and has huge city limits with just sprawled out houses and no downtown at all. It's like Cape Coral is to Fort Myers, Palm Bay to Melbourne, Port St. Lucie to Stuart, Bonita Springs to Naples, etc.