Latest Data (2017)
Population 47
Nationwide Rank 19143

Quick Facts

Dayton, Alabama is the 19,143rd largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Dayton, Alabama is a town.

Dayton, Alabama is currently 39.0% smaller than it was in 1990, the year of its peak recorded population.

Dayton, Alabama's growth is about average. 52% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
19133 Robinson, North Dakota 48 -32.3%
19134 Strong City, Oklahoma 48 14.2%
19135 Umber View Heights, Missouri 48 -7.6%
19136 Vining, Iowa 48 -30.4%
19137 Woodworth, North Dakota 48 -40.0%
19138 Akaska, South Dakota 47 51.6%
19139 Blaine, Kentucky 47 -80.8%
19140 Clearview, Oklahoma 47 -16.0%
19141 Cotter, Iowa 47 -2.0%
19142 Courtenay, North Dakota 47 -11.3%
19143 Dayton, Alabama 47 -21.6%
19144 Emmet, Nebraska 47 -38.9%
19145 Harbine, Nebraska 47 -16.0%
19146 Hollister, Oklahoma 47 -21.6%
19147 Metz, Missouri 47 -29.8%
19148 Naples, South Dakota 47 88.0%
19149 North Crows Nest, Indiana 47 11.9%
19150 Sedan, Minnesota 47 -27.6%
19151 State Line, Idaho 47 -21.6%
19152 Aldrich, Minnesota 46 -13.2%
19153 Belvidere, Nebraska 46 -53.0%

Similarly Sized Cities In Alabama

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
18455 Faunsdale 93 6.8%
18539 Needham 88 -9.2%
18545 Blue Springs 87 -27.5%
18704 Union Grove 78 -17.0%
18762 Ethelsville 73 -9.8%
18993 Mooresville 59 0.0%
19024 Petrey 57 -9.5%
19062 Cardiff 53 -35.3%
19077 Goldville 52 40.5%
19118 Emelle 49 58.0%
19143 Dayton 47 -21.6%
19186 Benton 43 -8.5%
19271 Natural Bridge 35 25.0%
19331 Memphis 28 -15.1%

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 47 19,143
2016 49 19,124
2015 50 19,108
2014 50 19,110
2013 50 19,114
2012 51 19,108
2011 51 19,111
2010 52 19,100
2009 58 19,064
2008 58 19,068
2007 59 19,064
2006 59 19,065
2005 59 19,078
2004 59 19,078
2003 60 19,072
2002 61 19,069
2001 60 19,083
2000 60 19,086
1990 77 18,730