Latest Data (2017)
Population 67,186
Nationwide Rank 538

Quick Facts

Bayonne, New Jersey is the 538th largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Bayonne, New Jersey is a city.

Bayonne, New Jersey is currently 24.5% smaller than it was in 1930, the year of its peak recorded population.

Bayonne, New Jersey's growth is below average. 68% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Bayonne, New Jersey Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
528 Yorba Linda, California 68,229 15.4%
529 Greenville, South Carolina 68,219 20.2%
530 Dothan, Alabama 68,202 16.9%
531 Daytona Beach, Florida 68,055 6.6%
532 St. Cloud, Minnesota 67,984 13.7%
533 Redondo Beach, California 67,908 6.9%
534 Camarillo, California 67,845 17.9%
535 Waterloo, Iowa 67,587 -1.7%
536 Kenner, Louisiana 67,451 -4.1%
537 South San Francisco, California 67,429 11.2%
538 Bayonne, New Jersey 67,186 8.6%
539 Palo Alto, California 67,178 14.6%
540 Victoria, Texas 67,106 10.8%
541 Bowling Green, Kentucky 67,067 35.4%
542 Portland, Maine 66,882 4.1%
543 Yuba City, California 66,860 30.8%
544 Jackson, Tennessee 66,847 11.5%
545 Oshkosh, Wisconsin 66,665 5.1%
546 Eagan, Minnesota 66,627 4.5%
547 Ames, Iowa 66,498 30.5%
548 Rogers, Arkansas 66,430 66.4%

Similarly Sized Cities In New Jersey

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
212 Elizabeth 130,215 7.7%
384 Clifton 86,607 9.5%
394 Trenton 84,964 -0.5%
473 Camden 74,532 -6.5%
500 Passaic 71,247 4.9%
510 Union City 70,387 4.9%
538 Bayonne 67,186 8.6%
563 East Orange 65,378 -6.2%
618 Vineland 60,392 8.2%
661 New Brunswick 57,073 18.1%
689 Hoboken 55,131 42.4%
706 West New York 54,227 17.9%
733 Perth Amboy 52,823 11.5%
751 Plainfield 51,327 7.2%
846 Sayreville 45,325 11.8%
847 Hackensack 45,248 5.6%
884 Linden 43,056 9.1%
896 Kearny 42,670 5.3%
1002 Atlantic City 38,429 -4.9%
1018 Fort Lee 37,907 6.2%
1136 Fair Lawn 33,710 6.5%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 67,186 538
2016 66,238 545
2015 66,311 537
2014 65,975 532
2013 65,028 538
2012 64,416 535
2011 63,938 527
2010 63,024 530
2009 58,359 578
2008 57,201 576
2007 57,094 575
2006 58,000 567
2005 59,306 538
2004 60,129 517
2003 60,472 503
2002 61,230 481
2001 61,895 468
2000 61,826 462
1990 61,464 395
1930 88,979 98
1920 76,754 90
1910 55,545 97