List Of Cities And Towns In Arizona
As of 2010, there are 91 incorporated cities and towns in the U.S. state of Arizona. Incorporated places in Arizona are those that have been granted home rule, possessing a local government in the form of a city or town council. 2010 census put 6,392,017 of the state's 6,392,017 residents within these cities and towns, accounting for 24.59% of the population. Most of the population is concentrated within the Phoenix metropolitan area, with an 2010 census population of 4,192,887.
All 91 incorporated cities and towns are included in the following list. The oldest is Tucson, which was incorporated in 1877, and the most recent was the town of Tusayan, which was incorporated in March 2010. As of 2010, Phoenix, the capital and largest city in Arizona, is ranked as the sixth most populous city in the United States. Other Arizona cities among the 100 most populous in the country are Tucson, Mesa, Glendale, Chandler and Scottsdale.
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