Latest Data (2017)
Population 14,959
Nationwide Rank 2276

Quick Facts

College Park, Georgia is the 2,276th largest city in the United States as of 2017.

College Park, Georgia is a city.

College Park, Georgia is currently 26.3% smaller than it was in 2000, the year of its peak recorded population.

College Park, Georgia's growth is extremely below average. 100% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

College Park, Georgia Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
2266 Clearlake, California 15,066 14.2%
2267 Hartford, Wisconsin 15,064 35.5%
2268 Longwood, Florida 15,061 8.7%
2269 Vandalia, Ohio 15,053 2.9%
2270 Powder Springs, Georgia 15,052 16.6%
2271 Eden, North Carolina 15,041 -5.1%
2272 Newport, Kentucky 15,033 -11.7%
2273 Williamsburg, Virginia 15,031 25.3%
2274 Mebane, North Carolina 14,973 95.9%
2275 Mineral Wells, Texas 14,962 -11.7%
2276 College Park, Georgia 14,959 -26.2%
2277 Mount Vernon, Illinois 14,956 -8.5%
2278 Gloversville, New York 14,951 -2.6%
2279 Jackson, Missouri 14,932 24.4%
2280 Kerman, California 14,932 70.7%
2281 Jacksonville, Texas 14,910 7.4%
2282 Tonawanda, New York 14,904 -7.4%
2283 Tenafly, New Jersey 14,900 7.8%
2284 Greeneville, Tennessee 14,888 -3.2%
2285 Hereford, Texas 14,888 2.3%
2286 Natchez, Mississippi 14,886 -18.9%

Similarly Sized Cities In Georgia

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
1269 Lawrenceville 29,873 29.8%
1288 Duluth 29,463 27.9%
1289 Chamblee 29,428 208.6%
1299 Stockbridge 29,114 163.8%
1343 Canton 27,936 228.8%
1396 Carrollton 26,815 34.0%
1523 McDonough 24,755 190.7%
1581 Decatur 23,832 30.5%
1582 Pooler 23,816 247.6%
1613 Sugar Hill 23,180 97.5%
1639 Griffin 22,770 -1.2%
1647 Acworth 22,698 60.7%
1719 Union City 21,370 78.2%
1749 Cartersville 20,978 30.1%
1836 Forest Park 19,823 -7.5%
1841 Snellville 19,738 14.6%
1861 Suwanee 19,549 94.9%
1938 Milledgeville 18,575 -1.4%
1942 Thomasville 18,515 1.6%
1982 St. Marys 18,019 20.9%
2002 Fayetteville 17,802 56.2%
2061 Kingsland 17,077 57.1%
2079 Norcross 16,845 99.7%
2092 Tifton 16,733 6.3%
2097 Perry 16,684 62.8%
2123 Riverdale 16,439 30.6%
2126 Calhoun 16,414 52.0%
2144 Brunswick 16,287 4.9%
2149 Winder 16,244 54.7%
2172 Conyers 16,015 38.1%
2191 Dublin 15,811 -2.1%
2223 Fairburn 15,520 148.7%
2236 Americus 15,400 -9.9%
2241 Villa Rica 15,345 240.5%
2270 Powder Springs 15,052 16.6%
2276 College Park 14,959 -26.2%
2289 Buford 14,868 32.5%
2357 Moultrie 14,160 -2.3%
2362 Grovetown 14,109 128.5%
2368 Covington 14,044 17.0%
2398 Waycross 13,876 -9.7%
2460 Monroe 13,484 17.1%
2487 Dallas 13,237 142.3%
2547 Clarkston 12,848 70.6%
2576 Lilburn 12,700 10.5%
2583 Richmond Hill 12,632 81.8%
2667 Bainbridge 12,111 1.5%
2675 Loganville 12,062 98.4%
2698 Holly Springs 11,935 231.4%
2786 Douglas 11,430 5.3%
2841 Jefferson 11,136 184.3%
2871 Braselton 10,947 538.3%
2901 Cordele 10,726 -7.6%
2945 Doraville 10,540 6.2%
2954 Vidalia 10,485 -0.7%
2992 Cusseta-Chattahoochee County 10,343 -31.0%
3075 Cedartown 9,939 2.4%
3081 Rincon 9,902 119.5%
3104 Fort Oglethorpe 9,831 37.9%
3121 Jesup 9,754 5.2%
3173 Cairo 9,434 1.7%
3272 Garden City 8,970 -11.3%
3318 Fort Valley 8,806 5.7%
3337 Thomaston 8,755 -7.0%
3350 Fitzgerald 8,721 -3.5%
3400 Port Wentworth 8,534 161.8%
3445 McRae-Helena 8,368
3461 Toccoa 8,336 -10.1%
3669 Hampton 7,732 96.4%
3672 Centerville 7,716 46.6%
3705 Auburn 7,622 8.1%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 14,959 2,276
2016 15,035 2,257
2015 14,601 2,293
2014 14,598 2,287
2013 14,621 2,275
2012 14,649 2,257
2011 14,310 2,282
2010 13,942 2,311
2009 20,562 1,675
2008 20,017 1,698
2007 20,086 1,678
2006 20,505 1,637
2005 20,551 1,618
2004 20,475 1,604
2003 20,412 1,594
2002 20,562 1,570
2001 20,891 1,541
2000 20,288 1,578
1990 19,973 1,374