List of cities in Wisconsin

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List of cities in Wisconsin, arranged in alphabetical order. As of April 1, 2010, there were 190 cities in Wisconsin.1

See also: List of villages in Wisconsin, List of towns in Wisconsin.

List of cities

Map of USA & Wisconsin
Madison, Capital of Wisconsin
Milwaukee, largest city in Wisconsin
City County(ies) Population
(2000 Census)
Population
(2010 Census)
Class Incorporation
date
Abbotsford Clark
Marathon
1,956 2,310 4th 1965
Adams Adams 1,831 1,967 4th 1926
Algoma Kewaunee 3,357 3,167 4th 1879
Alma Buffalo 942 781 4th 1885
Altoona Eau Claire 6,698 6,706 4th 1887
Amery Polk 2,845 2,902 4th 1919
Antigo Langlade 8,560 8,234 4th 1885
Appleton Calumet
Outagamie
Winnebago
70,087 72,623 2nd 1857
Arcadia Trempealeau 2,402 2,925 4th 1925
Ashland Ashland
Bayfield
8,620 8,216 4th 1887
Augusta Eau Claire 1,460 1,550 4th 1885
Baraboo Sauk 10,711 12,048 3rd 1882
Barron Barron 3,248 3,423 4th 1887
Bayfield Bayfield 611 487 4th 1913
Beaver Dam Dodge 15,169 16,243 4th 1856
Beloit Rock 35,775 36,966 3rd 1857
Berlin Green Lake
Waushara
5,305 5,524 4th 1857
Black River Falls Jackson 3,618 3,622 4th 1883
Blair Trempealeau 1,273 1,366 4th 1949
Bloomer Chippewa 3,347 3,539 4th 1920
Boscobel Grant 3,047 3,231 4th 1873
Brillion Calumet 2,937 3,148 4th 1944
Brodhead Green
Rock
3,180 3,293 4th 1891
Brookfield Waukesha 38,649 37,920 2nd 1954
Buffalo City Buffalo 1,040 1,023 4th 1859
Burlington Racine
Walworth
9,936 10,464 4th 1900
Cedarburg Ozaukee 11,102 11,412 3rd 1885
Chetek Barron 2,180 2,221 4th 1891
Chilton Calumet 3,708 3,933 4th 1877
Chippewa Falls Chippewa 12,900 13,679 3rd 1840
Clintonville Waupaca 4,736 4,559 4th 1887
Colby Clark
Marathon
1,616 1,852 4th 1891
Columbus Columbia
Dodge
4,479 4,991 4th 1874
Cornell Chippewa 1,466 1,467 4th 1956
Crandon Forest 1,961 1,920 4th 1898
Cuba City Grant
Lafayette
2,156 2,086 4th 1925
Cudahy Milwaukee 18,429 18,267 3rd 1906
Cumberland Barron 2,280 2,170 4th 1885
Darlington Lafayette 2,418 2,451 4th 1877
Delafield Waukesha 6,472 7,085 4th 1959
Delavan Walworth 7,956 8,463 4th 1897
De Pere Brown 20,559 23,800 3rd 1883
Dodgeville Iowa 4,220 4,698 4th 1889
Durand Pepin 1,968 1,931 4th 1887
Eagle River Vilas 1,443 1,398 4th 1937
Eau Claire Chippewa
Eau Claire
61,704 65,883 2nd 1872
Edgerton Dane
Rock
4,898 5,461 4th 1883
Elkhorn Walworth 7,305 10,084 4th 1897
Elroy Juneau 1,578 1,442 4th 1885
Evansville Rock 4,039 5,012 4th 1896
Fennimore Grant 2,387 2,497 4th 1919
Fitchburg Dane 20,501 25,260 4th 1983
Fond du Lac Fond du Lac 42,203 43,021 2nd 1852
Fort Atkinson Jefferson 11,621 12,368 4th 1878
Fountain City Buffalo 983 859 4th 1889
Fox Lake Dodge 1,454 1,519 4th 1938
Franklin Milwaukee 29,494 35,451 3rd 1956
Galesville Trempealeau 1,427 1,481 4th 1942
Gillett Oconto 1,262 1,386 4th 1944
Glendale Milwaukee 13,367 12,872 3rd 1950
Glenwood City St. Croix 1,183 1,242 4th 1895
Green Bay Brown 102,767 104,057 2nd 1854
Greenfield Milwaukee 35,476 36,720 3rd 1957
Green Lake Green Lake 1,100 960 4th 1962
Greenwood Clark 1,079 1,026 4th 1891
Hartford Dodge
Washington
10,905 14,223 3rd 1883
Hayward Sawyer 2,129 2,318 4th 1915
Hillsboro Vernon 1,302 1,417 4th 1885
Horicon Dodge 3,775 3,655 4th 1897
Hudson St. Croix 8,775 12,719 4th 1858
Hurley Iron 1,818 1,547 4th 1918
Independence Trempealeau 1,244 1,336 4th 1942
Janesville Rock 59,498 63,575 2nd 1853
Jefferson Jefferson 7,338 7,973 4th 1878
Juneau Dodge 2,485 2,814 4th 1887
Kaukauna Outagamie 12,983 15,462 3rd 1885
Kenosha Kenosha 90,352 99,2182 2nd 1850
Kewaunee Kewaunee 2,806 2,952 4th 1883
Kiel Calumet
Manitowoc
3,450 3,738 4th 1920
La Crosse La Crosse 51,818 51,320 2nd 1856
Ladysmith Rusk 3,932 3,414 4th 1905
Lake Geneva Walworth 7,148 7,651 4th 1883
Lake Mills Jefferson 4,843 5,708 4th 1905
Lancaster Grant 4,070 3,868 4th 1878
Lodi Columbia 2,882 3,050 4th 1941
Loyal Clark 1,308 1,261 4th 1948
Madison Dane 208,054 233,209 2nd 1856
Manawa Waupaca 1,330 1,371 4th 1954
Manitowoc Manitowoc 34,053 33,736 3rd 1870
Marinette Marinette 11,749 10,968 3rd 1887
Marion Shawano
Waupaca
1,297 1,260 4th 1898
Markesan Green Lake 1,396 1,476 4th 1959
Marshfield Marathon
Wood
18,800 19,118 3rd 1883
Mauston Juneau 3,740 4,423 4th 1883
Mayville Dodge 4,902 5,154 4th 1885
Medford Taylor 4,350 4,326 4th 1889
Mellen Ashland 845 731 4th 1907
Menasha Calumet
Winnebago
16,331 17,353 3rd 1874
Menomonie Dunn 14,937 16,264 4th 1882
Mequon Ozaukee 22,643 23,132 4th 1957
Merrill Lincoln 10,146 9,661 4th 1883
Middleton Dane 15,770 17,442 3rd 1963
Milton Rock 5,132 5,546 4th 1969
Milwaukee Milwaukee
Washington
Waukesha
596,974 594,833 1st 1846
Mineral Point Iowa 2,617 2,487 4th 1857
Mondovi Buffalo 2,634 2,777 4th 1889
Monona Dane 8,018 7,533 4th 1969
Monroe Green 10,843 10,827 4th 1882
Montello Marquette 1,397 1,495 4th 1938
Montreal Iron 838 807 4th 1924
Mosinee Marathon 4,063 3,988 4th 1931
Muskego Waukesha 21,397 24,135 3rd 1964
Neenah Winnebago 24,507 25,501 3rd 1873
Neillsville Clark 2,731 2,463 4th 1882
Nekoosa Wood 2,590 2,580 4th 1926
New Berlin Waukesha 38,220 39,584 3rd 1959
New Holstein Calumet 3,301 3,236 4th 1889
New Lisbon Juneau 1,436 2,554 4th 1889
New London Outagamie
Waupaca
7,085 7,295 4th 1877
New Richmond St. Croix 6,310 8,375 4th 1885
Niagara Marinette 1,880 1,624 4th 1992
Oak Creek Milwaukee 28,456 34,451 3rd 1955
Oconomowoc Waukesha 12,382 15,712 3rd 1875
Oconto Oconto 4,708 4,513 4th 1869
Oconto Falls Oconto 2,843 2,891 4th 1919
Omro Winnebago 3,177 3,517 4th 1944
Onalaska La Crosse 14,839 17,736 4th 1887
Oshkosh Winnebago 62,916 66,083 2nd 1853
Osseo Trempealeau 1,669 1,701 4th 1941
Owen Clark 936 940 4th 1925
Park Falls Price 2,739 2,462 4th 1912
Peshtigo Marinette 3,474 3,502 4th 1903
Pewaukee Waukesha 11,783 13,195 3rd 1999
Phillips Price 1,675 1,478 4th 1891
Pittsville Wood 866 874 4th 1887
Platteville Grant 9,989 11,224 4th 1876
Plymouth Sheboygan 7,781 8,445 4th 1877
Port Washington Ozaukee 10,467 11,250 4th 1882
Portage Columbia 9,728 10,324 4th 1854
Prairie du Chien Crawford 6,018 5,911 4th 1872
Prescott Pierce 3,764 4,258 4th 1857
Princeton Green Lake 1,504 1,214 4th 1920
Racine Racine 81,855 78,860 2nd 1848
Reedsburg Sauk 7,827 10,014 4th 1887
Rhinelander Oneida 7,735 7,798 4th 1894
Rice Lake Barron 8,312 8,438 4th 1887
Richland Center Richland 5,114 5,184 4th 1887
Ripon Fond du Lac 7,450 7,733 4th 1858
River Falls Pierce
St. Croix
12,560 15,000 3rd 1875
St. Croix Falls Polk 2,033 2,133 4th 1958
St. Francis Milwaukee 8,662 9,365 4th 1951
Schofield Marathon 2,117 2,169 4th 1951
Seymour Outagamie 3,335 3,451 4th 1879
Shawano Shawano 8,298 9,305 4th 1874
Sheboygan Sheboygan 50,792 49,288 2nd 1853
Sheboygan Falls Sheboygan 6,772 7,775 4th 1913
Shell Lake Washburn 1,309 1,347 4th 1961
Shullsburg Lafayette 1,246 1,226 4th 1889
South Milwaukee Milwaukee 21,256 21,156 4th 1897
Sparta Monroe 8,648 9,522 4th 1883
Spooner Washburn 2,653 2,682 4th 1909
Stanley Chippewa
Clark
1,898 3,608 4th 1898
Stevens Point Portage 24,551 26,717 3rd 1858
Stoughton Dane 12,354 12,611 4th 1882
Sturgeon Bay Door 9,437 9,144 4th 1883
Sun Prairie Dane 20,369 29,364 3rd 1958
Superior Douglas 27,368 27,244 2nd 1858
Thorp Clark 1,536 1,621 4th 1948
Tomah Monroe 8,419 9,093 4th 1883
Tomahawk Lincoln 3,770 3,397 4th 1891
Two Rivers Manitowoc 12,639 11,712 3rd 1878
Verona Dane 7,052 10,619 4th 1977
Viroqua Vernon 4,335 5,079 4th 1885
Washburn Bayfield 2,280 2,117 4th 1904
Waterloo Jefferson 3,259 3,333 4th 1962
Watertown Dodge
Jefferson
21,598 23,861 3rd 1853
Waukesha Waukesha 64,825 70,718 2nd 1895
Waupaca Waupaca 5,676 6,069 4th 1878
Waupun Dodge
Fond du Lac
10,944 11,340 4th 1878
Wausau Marathon 38,426 39,106 3rd 1872
Wautoma Waushara 1,998 2,218 4th 1901
Wauwatosa Milwaukee 47,271 46,396 2nd 1897
West Allis Milwaukee 61,254 60,411 2nd 1906
West Bend Washington 28,152 31,078 3rd 1885
Westby Vernon 2,045 2,200 4th 1920
Weyauwega Waupaca 1,806 1,900 4th 1939
Whitehall Trempealeau 1,651 1,558 4th 1941
Whitewater Jefferson
Walworth
13,437 14,390 4th 1885
Wisconsin Dells Adams
Columbia
Juneau
Sauk
2,418 2,678 4th 1925
Wisconsin Rapids Wood 18,435 18,367 3rd 1869

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See also

References

  1. ^ Wisconsin Legislative Reference Bureau. State of Wisconsin Blue Book 2011-2012, p. 727.
  2. ^ United States Census Bureau

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