List of cities in Nebraska

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Nebraska is a state located in the Midwestern United States.

Incorporated communities in Nebraska are legally classified as cities or villages, depending on their population.[1] This list includes only those classified as cities; for villages, see List of villages in Nebraska.


List of largest cities in Nebraska by population[edit]

Population data based on 2010 census.[2]

     County seat
     State capital and county seat
2014 Rank City 2016 Estimate[3] 2010 Census[4] Change County
1 Omaha 446,970 408,958 +9.29% Douglas
2 Lincoln 280,364 258,379 +8.51% Lancaster
3 Bellevue 53,505 50,137 +6.72% Sarpy
4 Grand Island 51,517 48,520 +6.18% Hall
5 Kearney 33,520 30,787 +8.88% Buffalo
6 Fremont 26,519 26,397 +0.46% Dodge
7 Hastings 24,991 24,907 +0.34% Adams
9 North Platte 24,110 24,733 −2.52% Lincoln
8 Norfolk 24,348 24,210 +0.57% Madison
10 Columbus 22,851 22,111 +3.35% Platte
11 Papillion 19,597 18,894 +3.72% Sarpy
12 La Vista 17,143 15,758 +8.79% Sarpy
13 Scottsbluff 14,883 15,039 −1.04% Scotts Bluff
14 South Sioux City 13,120 13,353 −1.74% Dakota
15 Beatrice 12,362 12,459 −0.78% Gage
16 Lexington 10,004 10,230 −2.21% Dawson
17 Alliance 8,403 8,491 −1.04% Box Butte
18 Gering 8,360 8,500 −1.65% Scotts Bluff
19 Blair 8,089 7,990 +1.24% Washington
20 York 7,860 7,766 +1.21% York
21 McCook 7,526 7,698 −2.23% Red Willow
22 Nebraska City 7,347 7,289 +0.80% Otoe
23 Ralston 7,329 5,943 +23.32% Douglas
25 Crete 7,059 6,960 +1.42% Saline
24 Seward 7,219 6,964 +3.66% Seward
26 Sidney 6,888 6,757 +1.94% Cheyenne
27 Plattsmouth 6,479 6,502 −0.35% Cass
28 Schuyler 6,106 6,211 −1.69% Colfax
29 Chadron 5,725 5,851 −2.15% Dawes
32 Gretna 5,060 4,441 +13.94% Sarpy
30 Wayne 5,573 5,660 −1.54% Wayne
31 Holdrege 5,555 5,495 +1.09% Phelps
33 Ogallala 4,543 4,737 −4.10% Keith
34 Wahoo 4,499 4,508 −0.20% Saunders
35 Aurora 4,484 4,479 +0.11% Hamilton
36 Falls City 4,214 4,325 −2.57% Richardson
37 Cozad 3,805 3,977 −4.32% Dawson
39 Fairbury 3,714 3,942 −5.78% Jefferson
40 O'Neill 3,631 3,705 −2.00% Holt
38 Waverly 3,786 3,277 +15.53% Lancaster
42 Gothenburg 3,475 3,574 −2.77% Dawson
41 Broken Bow 3,539 3,559 −0.56% Custer
44 Auburn 3,299 3,460 −4.65% Nemaha
43 West Point 3,327 3,364 −1.10% Cuming
45 Minden 2,996 2,923 +2.50% Kearney
46 Central City 2,905 2,934 −0.99% Merrick
47 David City 2,815 2,906 −3.13% Butler
48 Valentine 2,803 2,737 +2.41% Cherry
49 Ashland 2,566 2,453 +4.61% Saunders
50 Kimball 2,400 2,496 −3.85% Kimball
51 Madison 2,364 2,438 −3.04% Madison
52 St. Paul 2,349 2,290 +2.58% Howard
53 Milford 2,194 2,090 +4.98% Seward
55 Geneva 2,162 2,217 −2.48% Fillmore
57 Imperial 2,047 2,071 −1.16% Chase
56 Ord 2,078 2,112 −1.61% Valley
54 Valley 2,172 1,875 +15.84% Douglas

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  1. ^ "Nebraska Incorporated Places by Legal Classification". Nebraska Department of Economic Development. Retrieved June 14, 2016.
  2. ^ "Nebraska State & County QuickFacts". U.S. Census Bureau. Archived from the original on October 14, 2012. Retrieved October 10, 2012. 
  3. ^ "Annual Estimates of the Resident Population for Incorporated Places: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2013". United States Census Bureau. Archived from the original on 22 May 2015. Retrieved 16 July 2015. 
  4. ^ "2010 Census Redistricting Data (Public Law 94-171) Summary File". American FactFinder2. U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census. Retrieved 9 June 2015.