What is the current population of Burbank?

Based on the latest 2022 data from the US census, the current population of Burbank is 28,789. Burbank, Illinois is the 1,357th largest city in the US.

Burbank Geography [top]

What county is Burbank, Illinois in?

Burbank is located entirely in Cook County.

What is the size of Burbank, Illinois in square miles?

Burbank has an area of 4.2 square miles.

Burbank Population Facts [top]

What was the peak population of Burbank?

The peak population of Burbank was in 2020, when its population was 29,316. In 2020, Burbank was the 1,334th largest city in the US; now its fallen to the 1,357th largest city in the US. Burbank is currently 1.8% smaller than it was in 2020.

How quickly is Burbank growing?

Burbank has grown 3.1% since the 2000. Burbank, Illinois's growth is below average. 67% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

What is the population density of Burbank, Illinois?

Burbank has a population density of 6,933.1 people per square mile.

Burbank Demographics [top]

What is the voting age population of Burbank, Illinois?

The total voting age population of Burbank, Illinois, meaning US citizens 18 or older, is 19,238. The voting age population is 49.9% male and 50.1% female.

What percentage of Burbank, Illinois residents are senior citizens?

According to the latest census statistics, 14.5% of the residents of Burbank are 65 or older.

What are the racial demographics of Burbank, Illinois?

The racial demographics of Burbank are 82.2% White, 9.4% Other, 3.6% Black, 2.7% Two or more races, 1.6% Asian and 0.4% American Indian. Additionally, 33.8% of the population identifies as Hispanic.

What percentage of Burbank, Illinois residents are below the poverty line?

In Burbank, 10.2% of residents have an income below the poverty line, and the child poverty rate is 17.2%. On a per-household basis, 8.3% of families are below the poverty line in Burbank.

What percentage of Burbank, Illinois residents are in the labor force?

Among those aged 16 and older, 64.2% of Burbank residents are in the labor force.

What are the education levels among Burbank, Illinois residents?

Among the adult population 25 years old and over, 82.3% of Burbank residents have at least a high school degree or equivalent, 15.4% have a bachelor's degree and 3.5% have a graduate or professional degree.

What percentage of Burbank, Illinois residents speak a non-English language at home?

Among Burbank residents aged 5 and older, 52.1% of them speak a non-English language at home. Broken down by language: 23.6% of residents speak Spanish at home, 16.8% speak an Indo-European language, and 0.9% speak an Asian language.

Burbank Income & Labor Statistics [top]

What is the unemployment rate in Burbank, Illinois?

The unemployment rate in Burbank is 6.4%, which is calculated among residents aged 16 or older who are in the labor force.

What percentage of Burbank, Illinois residents work for the government?

In Burbank, 9.0% of the residents in the non-military labor force are employed by the local, state and federal government.

What is the median income in Burbank, Illinois?

The median household income in Burbank is $62,573.

Burbank Housing & Rent Statistics [top]

What percentage of housing units are owner-occupied in Burbank, Illinois?

In Burbank, 76.1% of housing units are occupied by their owners.

What percentage of housing units are rented in Burbank, Illinois?

Renters occupy 23.9% of housing units in Burbank.

What percentage of Burbank, Illinois housing units were built before 1940?

Of all the housing units in Burbank, 3.4% of them were build before 1940.

What percentage of Burbank, Illinois housing units were built after 2000?

In Burbank, 7.2% of the total housing units were built after the year 2000, which is approximately 700 units.

What is the median monthly rent in Burbank, Illinois?

The median gross monthly rent payment for renters in Burbank is $1,108.

What percentage of households in Burbank, Illinois have broadband internet?

In Burbank, 82.3% of households have an active broadband internet connection.

Burbank Population By Year

Population Graph For Burbank
Year Population Rank in US
2021 28,789 1,357
2020 29,316 1,334
2019 28,289 1,342
2018 28,534 1,329
2017 28,793 1,311
2016 28,886 1,292
2015 29,128 1,284
2014 29,218 1,265
2013 29,210 1,260
2012 29,124 1,251
2011 29,031 1,246
2010 28,925 1,238
2000 27,911 1,142
1990 27,580 1,010

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US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2021
1347 Haines City, Florida 29,070 99.7%
1348 Sachse, Texas 29,042 183.3%
1349 Shaker Heights, Ohio 28,970 -1.2%
1350 Lake in the Hills, Illinois 28,945 20.2%
1351 Independence, Kentucky 28,920 90.5%
1352 East Palo Alto, California 28,847 -3.7%
1353 Statesville, North Carolina 28,844 22.5%
1354 Newburgh, New York 28,834 1.5%
1355 Port Huron, Michigan 28,826 -10.6%
1356 Bridgewater Town, Massachusetts 28,805
1357 Burbank, Illinois 28,789 3.1%
1358 Danville, Illinois 28,787 -16.2%
1359 Daphne, Alabama 28,777 71.4%
1360 Greenville, Mississippi 28,777 -30.4%
1361 Harrison, New York 28,774 18.8%
1362 Jeffersontown, Kentucky 28,671 8.1%
1363 Slidell, Louisiana 28,658 11.5%
1364 Converse, Texas 28,643 146.6%
1365 West Springfield Town, Massachusetts 28,629
1366 Eagle Pass, Texas 28,596 25.4%
1367 Frankfort, Kentucky 28,595 2.9%

Similarly Sized Cities In Illinois

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2021
695 Oak Lawn 57,013 3.2%
703 Berwyn 55,772 3.3%
712 Mount Prospect 55,541 -1.1%
726 Tinley Park 54,864 11.4%
745 Normal 53,594 17.4%
749 Oak Park 53,224 1.3%
753 Wheaton 53,126 -4.3%
776 Hoffman Estates 51,350 3.3%
806 Downers Grove 49,654 0.0%
832 Glenview 47,856 10.8%
873 Plainfield 45,398 230.2%
876 Elmhurst 45,326 5.2%
905 Lombard 43,891 2.9%
930 Buffalo Grove 42,794 -1.1%
943 Moline 42,418 -3.5%
950 Belleville 41,751 -1.4%
975 Bartlett 40,539 10.0%
976 DeKalb 40,486 3.2%
977 Romeoville 40,469 83.2%
979 Crystal Lake 40,411 5.3%
1010 Carol Stream 39,333 -2.8%
1014 Quincy 39,131 -3.8%
1025 Park Ridge 38,810 2.7%
1029 Urbana 38,681 2.2%
1031 Streamwood 38,651 5.5%
1034 Wheeling 38,499 6.1%
1056 Carpentersville 37,598 20.7%
1079 Hanover Park 36,774 -3.9%
1082 Rock Island 36,636 -7.5%
1126 Addison 35,353 -2.9%
1129 Oswego 35,316 154.1%
1133 Calumet City 35,159 -9.9%
1152 Northbrook 34,587 3.1%
1173 Woodridge 33,826 8.6%
1194 St. Charles 33,009 16.8%
1207 Glendale Heights 32,796 2.5%
1220 O'Fallon 32,292 44.9%
1229 Elk Grove Village 32,066 -7.7%
1255 Mundelein 31,560 1.4%
1260 Pekin 31,448 -7.2%
1293 Gurnee 30,521 5.4%
1300 Niles 30,345 1.0%
1303 Highland Park 30,177 -0.4%
1308 North Chicago 30,029 -16.5%
1312 Algonquin 29,944 28.7%
1318 Galesburg 29,712 -11.8%
1350 Lake in the Hills 28,945 20.2%
1357 Burbank 28,789 3.1%
1358 Danville 28,787 -16.2%
1368 Glen Ellyn 28,533 4.7%
1371 Lansing 28,379 0.2%
1392 Huntley 28,008 350.4%
1411 Wilmette 27,587 0.0%
1417 Granite City 27,484 -13.9%
1418 New Lenox 27,477 49.5%
1424 McHenry 27,372 25.5%
1439 Round Lake Beach 27,081 3.5%
1447 Chicago Heights 26,905 -17.8%
1451 Oak Forest 26,793 -5.0%
1452 Vernon Hills 26,786 31.4%
1487 Lockport 26,118 66.2%
1490 Batavia 26,092 6.9%
1519 Woodstock 25,646 26.2%
1531 Alton 25,422 -16.5%
1534 West Chicago 25,370 6.2%
1543 Edwardsville 25,218 12.7%
1555 Belvidere 25,134 18.5%
1574 Morton Grove 24,712 10.2%
1590 Homer Glen 24,516 9.2%
1591 Zion 24,494 6.4%
1601 Collinsville 24,320 -2.5%
1607 Melrose Park 24,206 4.4%
1613 Westmont 24,150 -3.0%
1626 Elmwood Park 23,945 -5.6%
1629 Kankakee 23,922 -13.4%
1630 South Elgin 23,917 44.6%
1632 Lisle 23,887 5.6%
1639 Rolling Meadows 23,781 -3.5%
1646 Freeport 23,650 -10.4%
1663 Loves Park 23,293 14.5%
1672 Maywood 23,112 -14.2%
1691 Machesney Park 22,709 9.1%
1694 Roselle 22,660 -2.8%
1699 Yorkville 22,594 243.0%
1711 Bloomingdale 22,386 2.8%
1722 East Peoria 22,276 -1.7%
1734 Blue Island 22,005 -6.2%
1735 Villa Park 21,992 -1.5%
1749 Darien 21,751 -5.2%
1751 Carbondale 21,741 -17.1%
1778 Montgomery 21,310 280.2%
1781 Park Forest 21,261 -9.5%
1782 Geneva 21,247 7.4%
1794 East Moline 21,136 -1.5%
1795 Grayslake 21,121 12.7%
1801 South Holland 21,015 -5.4%
1805 Dolton 20,941 -18.1%
1839 Libertyville 20,500 -1.5%
1841 Frankfort 20,492 91.6%
1849 Crest Hill 20,293 48.7%
1881 Harvey 19,871 -33.6%
1884 Mokena 19,846 34.6%
1895 Lake Zurich 19,660 5.9%
1909 Evergreen Park 19,471 -6.3%
1932 Lake Forest 19,253 -4.5%
1944 Deerfield 19,079 2.9%
1949 Brookfield 19,054 0.0%
1953 Homewood 19,001 -2.7%
1966 Bourbonnais 18,854 22.8%
1980 Ottawa 18,749 1.0%
1991 Matteson 18,664 43.1%
1997 Round Lake 18,625 208.9%
1998 Alsip 18,601 -5.5%
1999 Sycamore 18,580 49.5%
2002 Bensenville 18,538 -10.6%
2013 North Aurora 18,350 67.4%
2015 Bellwood 18,331 -10.6%
2021 Franklin Park 18,298 -6.0%
2028 Shorewood 18,254 125.2%
2035 East St. Louis 18,195 -42.3%
2041 Palos Hills 18,117 2.5%
2059 Cary 17,848 14.4%
2064 Jacksonville 17,816 -10.8%
2069 Godfrey 17,729 5.5%
2086 Lemont 17,529 29.6%
2105 Charleston 17,347 -18.0%
2118 Hinsdale 17,273 -1.0%
2129 Morton 17,133 10.8%
2169 Mattoon 16,805 -7.8%
2174 Marion 16,742 3.2%
2177 Bridgeview 16,715 8.9%
2200 Westchester 16,492 -1.8%
2203 Fairview Heights 16,474 9.8%
2210 Country Club Hills 16,407 1.3%
2249 La Grange 15,978 2.4%
2251 Washington 15,978 36.1%
2284 Prospect Heights 15,691 -7.9%
2311 Dixon 15,380 -3.9%
2344 Macomb 15,052 -18.4%
2345 Bradley 15,039 15.4%
2346 Norridge 15,009 3.0%
2368 Antioch 14,824 64.2%
2372 Sterling 14,750 -6.6%
2381 Warrenville 14,655 9.6%
2406 Mount Vernon 14,454 -11.6%
2412 Chatham 14,404 65.9%

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