Latest Data (2017)
Population 51
Nationwide Rank 19089

Quick Facts

Foster, Nebraska is the 19,089th largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Foster, Nebraska is a village.

Foster, Nebraska is currently 19.0% smaller than it was in 2000, the year of its peak recorded population.

Foster, Nebraska's growth is about average. 53% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
19079 Mizpah, Minnesota 52 -33.3%
19080 New Albany, Kansas 52 -28.7%
19081 Niagara, North Dakota 52 -8.7%
19082 Nunda, South Dakota 52 10.6%
19083 Oxford, Idaho 52 -1.8%
19084 Raymond, South Dakota 52 -39.5%
19085 Starkville, Colorado 52 -59.6%
19086 Allendale, Missouri 51 -5.5%
19087 Doran, Minnesota 51 -13.5%
19088 Farwell, Minnesota 51 -10.5%
19089 Foster, Nebraska 51 -19.0%
19090 Holiday City, Ohio 51 -32.0%
19091 Kathryn, North Dakota 51 -19.0%
19092 Laconia, Indiana 51 75.8%
19093 Lake City, South Dakota 51 8.5%
19094 Leona, Kansas 51 -42.0%
19095 Leonidas, Minnesota 51 -15.0%
19096 Lima, Oklahoma 51 -31.0%
19097 Rea, Missouri 51 -8.9%
19098 Tolley, North Dakota 51 -19.0%
19099 Vista, Missouri 51 -7.2%

Similarly Sized Cities In Nebraska

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
18316 Henry 102 -37.0%
18322 South Bend 102 18.6%
18356 Naponee 100 -23.6%
18369 Bloomington 98 -20.3%
18382 Danbury 97 -23.6%
18412 Eddyville 95 -1.0%
18413 Elk Creek 95 -15.1%
18434 Ericson 94 -9.6%
18450 Bruno 93 -15.4%
18465 Swanton 93 -12.2%
18479 St. Helena 92 6.9%
18493 Newport 91 -7.1%
18495 Rogers 91 -4.2%
18507 Comstock 90 -18.1%
18520 Martinsburg 90 -12.6%
18525 Center 89 0.0%
18532 Wilsonville 89 -23.9%
18546 Carleton 87 -36.4%
18611 Linwood 84 -28.8%
18613 Riverton 84 -41.6%
18619 Dixon 83 -23.1%
18623 Halsey 83 40.6%
18649 Berwyn 81 -39.5%
18665 Byron 80 -44.4%
18687 Naper 79 -24.7%
18699 Kilgore 78 -21.2%
18718 Wellfleet 77 1.3%
18720 Burchard 76 -26.2%
18725 Lebanon 76 8.5%
18756 Liberty 74 -13.9%
18760 Whitney 74 -14.9%
18777 Prosser 72 -22.5%
18780 Steinauer 72 -2.7%
18782 Crookston 71 -27.5%
18806 Maskell 70 4.4%
18809 Richland 70 -21.3%
18828 Heartwell 69 -13.7%
18838 Waterbury 69 -22.4%
18846 Hazard 68 3.0%
18870 Reynolds 67 -23.8%
18878 Abie 66 -40.0%
18892 Winnetoon 66 -5.7%
18901 Hubbell 65 -10.9%
18902 Lewiston 65 -24.4%
18921 Wood Lake 64 -11.1%
18927 Deweese 63 -21.2%
18932 Oak 63 5.0%
18947 Bristow 61 -30.6%
18953 Johnstown 61 15.0%
18958 Ong 61 -8.9%
18961 Thayer 61 -14.0%
18976 Primrose 60 -13.0%
18997 Royal 59 -21.3%
19003 Burr 58 -12.1%
19012 Steele City 58 -30.9%
19014 Virginia 58 -13.4%
19044 Julian 55 -14.0%
19045 Magnet 55 -30.3%
19059 Smithfield 54 -20.5%
19065 Hamlet 53 -1.8%
19076 Garrison 52 -22.3%
19089 Foster 51 -19.0%
19102 Elyria 50 -7.4%
19128 Cotesfield 48 -27.2%
19144 Emmet 47 -38.9%
19145 Harbine 47 -16.0%
19153 Belvidere 46 -53.0%
19162 Tarnov 46 -26.9%
19172 Saronville 45 -26.2%
19173 Stockham 45 -25.0%
19179 Huntley 44 -34.3%
19193 Lorton 43 10.2%
19207 Norman 42 -14.2%
19220 Surprise 41 -6.8%
19224 Clinton 40 33.3%
19244 Gilead 38 -5.0%
19245 Ragan 38 -17.3%
19249 Crab Orchard 37 -24.4%
19259 Cornlea 36 -12.1%
19263 McLean 36 -5.2%
19288 Cushing 33 6.4%
19296 Gandy 32 6.6%
19310 Verdel 31 -46.5%
19312 Lushton 30 -9.0%
19313 Moorefield 30 -42.3%
19316 Bazile Mills 29 11.5%
19325 Cowles 28 -41.6%
19345 Strang 27 -15.6%
19352 Preston 26 -48.0%

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 51 19,089
2016 50 19,112
2015 50 19,111
2014 50 19,113
2013 50 19,116
2012 50 19,119
2011 50 19,119
2010 51 19,110
2009 56 19,088
2008 57 19,079
2007 57 19,087
2006 58 19,082
2005 60 19,055
2004 60 19,063
2003 61 19,055
2002 62 19,046
2001 62 19,050
2000 63 19,050
1990 57 19,013