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List of Cities in Tennessee

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This is a plain text List of Cities in Tennessee without the state name at the end. The list below is sorted by the city with the largest population (from largest to smallest). In the subsequent section, we will include the corresponding population numbers  of each Tennessee city in tabular form. For ease of use for our users, the list is nice and clean which makes it particularly nice for pasting into an excel, or whichever program you wish to use.

Feel free to use either of the two lists for personal or commercial purposes. You do not need to ask us (but feel free to cite us)!

List of Cities In Tennessee

Alas, below is a list of the top 100 cities in Tennessee based on the population as of December, 2020. This list begins with Nashville (Tennessee’s largest city) and ending with Thompson’s Station, Tennessee (Tennessee’s 100th biggest city at the time this page was created). Beneath this section we will have the same list but include population numbers.

Nashville
Memphis
Knoxville
Chattanooga
Clarksville
Murfreesboro
Johnson City
Kingsport
Franklin
Jackson
Cleveland
Bristol
Morristown
Bartlett
Hendersonville
Collierville
Smyrna
Cookeville
Brentwood
Spring Hill
Germantown
Columbia
Gallatin
La Vergne
Mount Juliet
Lebanon
Oak Ridge
Maryville
Sevierville
Greeneville
Harriman
Farragut
Shelbyville
East Ridge
Dyersburg
Atoka
La Follette
Tullahoma
Springfield
Crossville
Dickson
Goodlettsville
Athens
McMinnville
Elizabethton
Soddy-Daisy
Lakeland
Middle Valley
Portland
Manchester
Red Bank
Arlington
Collegedale
Winchester
White House
Newport
Lewisburg
Millington
Paris
Seymour
Martin
Lawrenceburg
Dayton
Alcoa
Clinton
Hartsville
Union City
Erwin
Fayetteville
Bloomingdale
Brownsville
Lenoir City
Signal Mountain
Humboldt
Oakland
Covington
Jefferson City
Savannah
Ripley
Fairfield Glade
Nolensville
South Cleveland
Pulaski
Harrison
Milan
Fairview
Green Hill
Millersville
Greenbrier
Church Hill
Lexington
Lynchburg
Rogersville
Pigeon Forge
Munford
Henderson
Tellico Village
Kingston
Loudon
Thompson’s Station

Largest Cities In Tennessee in Tabular Form

Below is a clean text list in Tabular form of the largest cities in Tennessee with the population numbers the last year the numbers were available. Please be sure to double check the accuracy of the numbers before using this for academic or research purposes.

Nashville
Memphis
Knoxville
Chattanooga
Clarksville
Murfreesboro
Johnson City
Kingsport
Franklin
Jackson
Cleveland
Bristol
Morristown
Bartlett
Hendersonville
Collierville
Smyrna
Cookeville
Brentwood
Spring Hill
Germantown
Columbia
Gallatin
La Vergne
Mount Juliet
Lebanon
Oak Ridge
Maryville
Sevierville
Greeneville
Harriman
Farragut
Shelbyville
East Ridge
Dyersburg
Atoka
La Follette
Tullahoma
Springfield
Crossville
Dickson
Goodlettsville
Athens
McMinnville
Elizabethton
Soddy-Daisy
Lakeland
Middle Valley
Portland
Manchester
Red Bank
Arlington
Collegedale
Winchester
White House
Newport
Lewisburg
Millington
Paris
Seymour
Martin
Lawrenceburg
Dayton
Alcoa
Clinton
Hartsville
Union City
Erwin
Fayetteville
Bloomingdale
Brownsville
Lenoir City
Signal Mountain
Humboldt
Oakland
Covington
Jefferson City
Savannah
Ripley
Fairfield Glade
Nolensville
South Cleveland
Pulaski
Harrison
Milan
Fairview
Green Hill
Millersville
Greenbrier
Church Hill
Lexington
Lynchburg
Rogersville
Pigeon Forge
Munford
Henderson
Tellico Village
Kingston
Loudon
Thompson’s Station

Fun Tennessee Trivia

Did you know that Cotton Candy was invented in Tennessee? In fact, it was invented by William Morrison and John C. Wharton who were from Tennessee’s largest city then and now, Nashville.

Less fun but just as true, major development of the atomic bomb was done at Oak Ridge, Tennessee beginning in 1935.

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