Latest Data (2017)
Population 9,592
Nationwide Rank 3149

Quick Facts

Brownsville, Tennessee is the 3,149th largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Brownsville, Tennessee is a city.

Brownsville, Tennessee is currently 10.9% smaller than it was in 2000, the year of its peak recorded population.

Brownsville, Tennessee's growth is extremely below average. 94% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Brownsville, Tennessee Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
3139 St. Pete Beach, Florida 9,647 -2.9%
3140 Mooresville, Indiana 9,641 1.7%
3141 Safford, Arizona 9,641 4.3%
3142 Bernalillo, New Mexico 9,638 46.4%
3143 Bristol, Pennsylvania 9,631 -3.1%
3144 Monticello, Arkansas 9,627 4.9%
3145 Clarksville, Arkansas 9,618 24.4%
3146 Sweet Home, Oregon 9,612 20.0%
3147 Orange Cove, California 9,604 22.2%
3148 Clay, Alabama 9,599 10.4%
3149 Brownsville, Tennessee 9,592 -10.9%
3150 Rye Brook, New York 9,589 10.4%
3151 Washington, North Carolina 9,571 -1.5%
3152 Decatur, Indiana 9,561 0.0%
3153 Rainbow City, Alabama 9,555 12.8%
3154 Hackettstown, New Jersey 9,554 5.6%
3155 Port Townsend, Washington 9,551 14.1%
3156 Willoughby Hills, Ohio 9,550 11.2%
3157 Wellington, Colorado 9,527 250.7%
3158 Amityville, New York 9,524 0.7%
3159 Howell, Michigan 9,524 1.8%

Similarly Sized Cities In Tennessee

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
2076 Goodlettsville 16,867 22.4%
2081 Springfield 16,838 16.5%
2094 Sevierville 16,716 35.8%
2119 Dyersburg 16,473 -5.7%
2228 Dickson 15,509 20.1%
2284 Greeneville 14,888 -3.2%
2418 Elizabethton 13,743 -2.2%
2429 Soddy-Daisy 13,693 18.6%
2433 McMinnville 13,662 5.9%
2442 Athens 13,615 2.3%
2578 Portland 12,697 46.9%
2587 Lakeland 12,618 74.5%
2710 Lewisburg 11,857 11.8%
2729 Red Bank 11,754 -4.7%
2740 Arlington 11,696 344.2%
2747 Collegedale 11,659 73.8%
2758 White House 11,608 54.9%
2782 Crossville 11,449 24.7%
2856 Millington 11,033 -0.8%
2894 Lawrenceburg 10,772 0.0%
2924 Manchester 10,642 24.2%
2944 Martin 10,543 0.0%
2969 Union City 10,420 -4.3%
3019 Alcoa 10,228 27.3%
3043 Clinton 10,103 6.7%
3045 Paris 10,094 3.5%
3051 Hartsville/Trousdale County 10,083 37.9%
3149 Brownsville 9,592 -10.9%
3220 Atoka 9,201 143.9%
3221 Lenoir City 9,199 33.2%
3316 Covington 8,821 3.5%
3333 Fairview 8,763 43.1%
3389 Signal Mountain 8,560 15.0%
3406 Winchester 8,502 15.5%
3456 Jefferson City 8,346 5.7%
3518 Nolensville 8,169 192.7%
3539 Humboldt 8,144 -13.9%
3567 Ripley 8,029 2.7%
3606 Oakland 7,909 417.2%
3685 Pulaski 7,676 -4.0%
3688 Lexington 7,667 3.1%
3689 Milan 7,667 -2.8%
3789 Dayton 7,354 12.7%
3909 Fayetteville 6,993 -0.4%
3914 Savannah 6,970 -0.7%
3948 Millersville 6,854 25.2%
3954 Greenbrier 6,842 36.4%
3966 La Follette 6,807 -14.6%
3973 Newport 6,790 -7.2%
4016 Church Hill 6,674 12.0%
4121 Lynchburg, Moore County 6,384 10.7%
4172 Henderson 6,245 6.2%
4175 Pigeon Forge 6,238 16.2%
4193 Harriman 6,158 -9.0%
4230 Munford 6,069 22.2%
4323 Erwin 5,869 0.4%
4327 Sweetwater 5,862 2.6%
4343 Kingston 5,812 9.4%
4364 Loudon 5,760 24.7%
4401 Thompson's Station 5,662 269.1%
4497 Rockwood 5,434 0.0%
4510 Jonesborough 5,397 24.3%
4526 McKenzie 5,375 1.2%
4534 Mount Carmel 5,355 11.0%
4607 Lafayette 5,215 31.8%
4679 Dunlap 5,077 12.2%
4721 Bolivar 5,002 -14.1%
4753 Sparta 4,939 7.1%
4761 Forest Hills 4,929 4.1%
4801 Mount Pleasant 4,878 8.6%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 9,592 3,149
2016 9,782 3,101
2015 9,876 3,058
2014 9,974 3,027
2013 10,022 3,007
2012 9,983 2,995
2011 10,146 2,963
2010 10,292 2,921
2009 10,216 2,883
2008 10,291 2,857
2007 10,379 2,826
2006 10,487 2,786
2005 10,563 2,745
2004 10,681 2,697
2003 10,629 2,689
2002 10,642 2,675
2001 10,781 2,627
2000 10,766 2,606
1990 10,455 2,376