Latest Data (2017)
Population 12,581
Nationwide Rank 2591

Quick Facts

Derby, Connecticut is the 2,591st largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Derby, Connecticut is a city.

Derby, Connecticut is currently 2.5% smaller than it was in 2010, the year of its peak recorded population.

Derby, Connecticut's growth is below average. 60% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Derby, Connecticut Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
2581 West Monroe, Louisiana 12,657 -4.2%
2582 Conneaut, Ohio 12,642 1.3%
2583 Richmond Hill, Georgia 12,632 81.8%
2584 Tehachapi, California 12,630 13.3%
2585 Bedford, Ohio 12,627 -10.9%
2586 Chatham, Illinois 12,624 45.4%
2587 Lakeland, Tennessee 12,618 74.5%
2588 Jacksonville, Alabama 12,612 49.1%
2589 Grand Terrace, California 12,595 7.9%
2590 Effingham, Illinois 12,589 1.6%
2591 Derby, Connecticut 12,581 1.4%
2592 San Anselmo, California 12,580 1.5%
2593 Spring Lake, North Carolina 12,580 0.6%
2594 Royse City, Texas 12,567 304.2%
2595 Markham, Illinois 12,538 -1.5%
2596 Choctaw, Oklahoma 12,524 31.5%
2597 Grenada, Mississippi 12,511 -15.5%
2598 Boone, Iowa 12,510 -2.3%
2599 Azle, Texas 12,495 29.4%
2600 Cornelius, Oregon 12,493 28.3%
2601 South Charleston, West Virginia 12,493 -7.9%

Similarly Sized Cities In Connecticut

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
1914 Ansonia 18,813 1.3%
2591 Derby 12,581 1.4%
3244 Groton 9,092 -2.1%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 12,581 2,591
2016 12,631 2,570
2015 12,700 2,550
2014 12,768 2,536
2013 12,801 2,522
2012 12,830 2,498
2011 12,848 2,479
2010 12,902 2,458
2009 12,385 2,506
2008 12,379 2,490
2007 12,401 2,470
2006 12,408 2,452
2005 12,441 2,420
2004 12,484 2,401
2003 12,511 2,373
2002 12,465 2,367
2001 12,440 2,345
2000 12,400 2,334
1990 12,219 2,087