Which cities have the highest population growth?

Sarasota, Arizona, is the latest to be added to the growing list of cities with population increases as residents seek to fill their homes with homes they can afford to pay for.

In recent months, the Phoenix metropolitan area has grown by more than 1.4 million people, according to census data, and Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton said Tuesday that it was one of the most populated cities in the country.

Stanton also said Phoenix had been among the top five cities for population growth in the past few years.

“We’re at the beginning of a long trend that’s been occurring for the last 10 years, and that’s really exciting,” he said.

“We’re doing it because we’ve got a great job market.

We’re going to be able to keep our economy growing and continue to be a good place to live, but also keep it competitive and we’re going, we want to have as many people as possible.”

The Phoenix area’s population growth was the highest of any metro area in the U.S. in 2014, according the Census Bureau’s latest data, which is up from 2.4 percent in 2010.

The growth has also been driven by a surge in people moving from Phoenix to other states, and from other states to other metro areas.

Stamson said Phoenix is a popular destination for people looking to move to.

“It’s a fantastic place to work, it’s a great place to raise kids, it has an excellent university, it is an attractive place to retire and we have a great culture,” he told reporters.

Phoenix has a population of about 16.8 million, according census data.

Its metro area, the southern part of Phoenix, has an unemployment rate of 4.9 percent.

It has an average home value of $9,500.

It also has a median household income of $56,700.

The Phoenix metro area’s median home price was $933,900 in July, up from $8,913 in June.

The median household rent was $1,087 in July.