The most comprehensive single listing of all incorporated 45,605 U.S. cities – with linked counties, states, coordinates, ZIP codes, populations and more. It is ideal for location lookups, website localization, marketing and data verification.Download a free sample
No complicated lookups are necessary – all records include linked location data (including county, state, latitude and longitude, ZIP codes, area codes and time zones), plus the most recent US census information (including population, households and average household income for each city).
The data is compatible out-of-the-box with nearly all SQL databases, GIS systems, programming languages and spreadsheet applications – including Excel – so you can use the data easily without worrying about time-consuming file conversions or imports.
All records have been updated for 2018 using the most recent population estimates from the US Census Bureau, demographic data from the American Community Survey and location information from the US Geological Survey. The last complete refresh was on .
Yes. All currently incorporated cities, towns, villages, townships and boroughs in the U.S. are listed. Census Designated Places (populated areas which don't have a municipal government, but which otherwise physically resemble incorporated places) are also included for every state.
The data covers all 50 U.S states (including Alaska and Hawaii) plus Washington, D.C.
All records have been updated for Spring 2018 with the last quarterly refresh on . The details of this update and more information can be found in the change log.
Yes, the ‘Business’ and ‘Enterprise’ packages include quarterly data updates which will be automatically emailed to you at the start of January, April, July and October. You can browse information about past data updates in the change log.
Since 2011 we’ve worked with hundreds of businesses and individuals to provide the data they need to help run their websites and internal systems. We continue to serve customers from Fortune 500 companies (like General Electric and 3M), through to individual hobbyists and boutique web development, design and marketing studios across the US.