According to U.S. Census Bureau estimates:

  • Fort Worth’s population was 956,709 as of July 1, 2022.
  • Fort Worth is the 13th largest city in the United States by population.
  • Of all cities over 50,000 people, Fort Worth had the largest gain in population in the past year, adding 19,170 people (approximately 53 people per day).
  • Of the top 30 most populous cities, Fort Worth is the fastest growing, at 4.1% population growth since 2020.
  • Of the top 30 most populous cities, Fort Worth ranks 24th in terms of population density (only Oklahoma City, Jacksonville, Nashville-Davidson County, Memphis, Indianapolis, and El Paso are less dense than Fort Worth).

Source: US Census Bureau, Population and Housing Unit Estimates, Vintage 2022

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Racial and Ethnic Makeup

White Alone: (Non-Hispanic): 37%
Black (Non-Hispanic): 19%
Hispanic (All Races): 35%
Asian Alone: 5%
Other: 4%

Source: US Census Bureau ACS 1-year 2021

Median Household Income

Fort Worth: $67,927
Texas: $67,321
United States: $69,021

Sources: US Census Bureau ACS 5-year 2017-2021

Median Family Income

Fort Worth: $92,300
Texas: $85,300
United States: $85,806

Source: HUD, Income Limits, 2022; US Census Bureau ACS 1-year 2021 (United States)

Physical Size

359 Square Miles




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