What is the current population of Albany?

Based on the latest 2020 data from the US census, the current population of Albany is 72,130. Albany, Georgia is the 502nd largest city in the US.

What was the peak population of Albany?

The peak population of Albany was in 1990, when its population was 78,350. In 1990, Albany was the 284th largest city in the US; now its fallen to the 502nd largest city in the US. Albany is currently 7.9% smaller than it was in 1990.

How quickly is Albany shrinking?

Albany has shrunk 5.9% since the year 2000. Albany, Georgia's growth is extremely below average. 91% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

What county is Albany, Georgia in?

Albany is located entirely in Dougherty County.

What is the population density of Albany, Georgia?

Albany has a population density of 1,404.7 people per square mile.

What is the size of Albany, Georgia in square miles?

Albany has an area of 55.1 square miles. Albany is the 8th largest city, by area, in Georgia.

What is the voting age population of Albany, Georgia?

The total voting age population of Albany, Georgia, meaning US citizens 18 or older, is 54,920. The voting age population is 43.9% male and 56.1% female.

What percentage of Albany, Georgia residents are senior citizens?

According to the latest census statistics, 14.4% of the residents of Albany are 65 or older.

What are the racial demographics of Albany, Georgia?

The racial demographics of Albany are 74.3% Black, 22.1% White, 1.6% Two or more races, 0.9% Asian, 0.7% Other and 0.3% American Indian. Additionally, 2.2% of the population identifies as Hispanic.

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2019 72,130 502
2018 75,249 471
2017 73,179 483
2016 73,801 475
2015 74,843 459
2014 75,769 444
2013 76,185 436
2012 77,431 419
2011 77,586 413
2010 77,434 402
2009 75,616 407
2008 75,230 406
2007 75,354 404
2006 75,258 397
2005 75,637 389
2004 75,762 380
2003 76,107 375
2002 76,331 369
2001 76,711 364
2000 76,707 363
1990 78,350 284

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2019
492 Woodbury, Minnesota 72,828 55.0%
493 Kissimmee, Florida 72,717 47.9%
494 Southfield, Michigan 72,689 -7.1%
495 Maple Grove, Minnesota 72,622 41.3%
496 Pittsburg, California 72,588 26.9%
497 New Britain, Connecticut 72,495 1.3%
498 Jacksonville, North Carolina 72,436 10.1%
499 Mansfield, Texas 72,419 154.8%
500 Waukesha, Wisconsin 72,299 10.0%
501 Frederick, Maryland 72,244 36.0%
502 Albany, Georgia 72,130 -5.9%
503 Pawtucket, Rhode Island 72,117 -1.2%
504 Redmond, Washington 71,929 57.6%
505 Lauderhill, Florida 71,868 7.3%
506 Lafayette, Indiana 71,721 16.7%
507 Gulfport, Mississippi 71,705 0.3%
508 Redlands, California 71,513 11.7%
509 Weston, Florida 71,166 40.0%
510 St. Charles, Missouri 71,028 17.0%
511 Decatur, Illinois 70,746 -13.6%
512 North Port, Florida 70,724 204.2%

Similarly Sized Cities In Georgia

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2019
217 Athens-Clarke County 126,913 25.9%
278 Sandy Springs 109,452 28.8%
320 South Fulton 99,155
340 Roswell 94,763 16.1%
404 Johns Creek 84,579 39.4%
455 Warner Robins 77,617 55.9%
502 Albany 72,130 -5.9%
552 Alpharetta 67,213 44.2%
618 Marietta 60,867 -0.9%
679 Smyrna 56,666 27.2%
681 Valdosta 56,457 22.3%
691 Brookhaven 55,554
705 Stonecrest 54,903
790 Dunwoody 49,356
883 Peachtree Corners 43,905
896 Gainesville 43,232 64.1%
931 Newnan 41,581 152.4%
990 Milton 39,587 155.0%
1054 Rome 36,716 3.2%
1065 Tucker 36,395
1078 Peachtree City 36,223 14.1%

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