Latest Data (2017)
Population 172
Nationwide Rank 17140

Quick Facts

Epes, Alabama is the 17,140th largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Epes, Alabama is a town.

Epes, Alabama is currently 35.6% smaller than it was in 1990, the year of its peak recorded population.

Epes, Alabama's growth is below average. 70% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
17130 Mason City, Nebraska 173 -2.8%
17131 McIntosh, South Dakota 173 -20.6%
17132 Quitman, Louisiana 173 2.9%
17133 Roslyn, South Dakota 173 -22.7%
17134 Selfridge, North Dakota 173 -22.4%
17135 Shongaloo, Louisiana 173 6.7%
17136 Wardner, Idaho 173 -19.1%
17137 West Mineral, Kansas 173 -29.3%
17138 Burdette, Arkansas 172 33.3%
17139 Butler, Illinois 172 -12.6%
17140 Epes, Alabama 172 -16.0%
17141 Glenford, Ohio 172 -13.1%
17142 Golden Valley, North Dakota 172 -5.4%
17143 Griffin, Indiana 172 7.5%
17144 Halltown, Missouri 172 -9.4%
17145 Haverhill, Iowa 172 1.1%
17146 Houston, Arkansas 172 8.1%
17147 Kettlersville, Ohio 172 -1.7%
17148 Mockingbird Valley, Kentucky 172 0.5%
17149 Snowville, Utah 172 -2.8%
17150 Steen, Minnesota 172 -4.9%

Similarly Sized Cities In Alabama

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
14878 Napier Field 342 -15.3%
14908 Nectar 340 -8.8%
14984 Akron 332 -26.0%
15021 Coffeeville 329 -8.6%
15042 Gordon 326 -19.9%
15052 Dozier 325 -17.0%
15128 Rosa 319 1.5%
15300 Dutton 305 -1.6%
15322 Cuba 303 -16.0%
15331 Boligee 302 -17.9%
15415 Carolina 295 19.4%
15492 Vredenburgh 290 -11.3%
15500 Gordonville 289 -9.1%
15571 Pine Ridge 283 15.9%
15587 Fruithurst 281 3.6%
15593 Hodges 281 0.3%
15603 Beatrice 280 -31.8%
15628 Shiloh 278 -4.1%
15640 Anderson 276 -22.0%
15656 Colony 275 -28.7%
15706 Waldo 272 -3.2%
15763 Repton 267 -17.3%
15799 County Line 264 2.3%
15818 Langston 263 3.5%
15925 Bakerhill 255 -21.7%
15930 Fulton 255 -18.7%
15943 Heath 254 2.4%
15945 Sanford 254 -5.5%
15953 Goshen 253 -17.8%
16180 Sweet Water 237 1.2%
16314 Coffee Springs 226 -9.9%
16330 Detroit 225 -8.9%
16333 Horn Hill 225 -3.8%
16377 McIntosh 223 -8.6%
16450 Union 219 -3.0%
16494 Gantt 215 -10.4%
16521 Kansas 213 -18.0%
16572 Daviston 209 -20.8%
16588 Black 208 2.4%
16594 Nauvoo 208 -26.7%
16598 Pennington 208 -40.9%
16647 Belk 204 -6.8%
16658 Paint Rock 204 10.2%
16659 Providence 204 -34.6%
16691 Kellyton 202 -17.5%
16720 Gilbertown 200 7.5%
16730 Waterloo 200 -3.8%
16742 Loachapoka 199 22.0%
16756 Edwardsville 198 6.4%
16911 Gainesville 187 -14.6%
16927 Glenwood 186 -2.6%
16938 Beaverton 185 -18.1%
16959 Onycha 184 -11.9%
17014 Woodland 181 -11.7%
17022 Riverview 180 14.6%
17056 Orrville 178 -21.9%
17104 Newbern 175 -24.2%
17140 Epes 172 -16.0%
17183 Yellow Bluff 170 -5.5%
17187 Gu-Win 169 -16.7%
17195 Banks 168 -25.0%
17308 Talladega Springs 161 29.8%
17428 Geiger 154 -3.7%
17511 Waverly 150 -18.4%
17600 Lakeview 144 -11.6%
17628 Gaylesville 142 1.4%
17641 Five Points 141 -3.4%
17647 North Johns 141 -0.7%
17683 Billingsley 138 23.2%
17788 Pollard 133 10.8%
17855 Franklin 129 -18.3%
17884 Toxey 128 -15.2%
17959 Eldridge 123 -33.1%
17964 Lester 123 14.9%
17995 Cusseta 121 1.6%
18005 Pine Apple 121 -34.5%
18045 Myrtlewood 118 -15.1%
18108 Libertyville 114 7.5%
18117 Bon Air 113 17.7%
18227 Ridgeville 107 -31.8%
18355 Lowndesboro 100 -26.4%
18362 Haleburg 99 -8.3%
18455 Faunsdale 93 6.8%
18539 Needham 88 -9.2%
18545 Blue Springs 87 -27.5%

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 172 17,140
2016 181 17,035
2015 183 17,005
2014 183 17,019
2013 187 16,953
2012 187 16,958
2011 189 16,934
2010 192 16,882
2009 179 17,148
2008 183 17,106
2007 185 17,082
2006 187 17,060
2005 189 17,038
2004 193 16,989
2003 194 16,983
2002 196 16,975
2001 201 16,911
2000 205 16,874
1990 267 15,677