Latest Data (2017)
Population 1,304
Nationwide Rank 9233

Quick Facts

Fredonia, Arizona is the 9,233rd largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Fredonia, Arizona is a town.

Fredonia, Arizona is currently 0.8% smaller than it was in 2010, the year of its peak recorded population.

Fredonia, Arizona is growing moderately quickly. It is growing faster than 89% of similarly sized cities since 2000.

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
9223 Youngsville, North Carolina 1,307 92.4%
9224 Elmore, Alabama 1,306 90.1%
9225 Goodwell, Oklahoma 1,306 9.1%
9226 Latta, South Carolina 1,306 -7.7%
9227 Fairview, Utah 1,305 12.2%
9228 Hawkins, Texas 1,305 -2.6%
9229 Maharishi Vedic City, Iowa 1,305 1350.0%
9230 Powells Crossroads, Tennessee 1,305 -1.7%
9231 Richlandtown, Pennsylvania 1,305 1.3%
9232 Deadwood, South Dakota 1,304 -5.0%
9233 Fredonia, Arizona 1,304 25.7%
9234 Mount Airy, Georgia 1,304 73.4%
9235 St. Francis, Kansas 1,304 -12.6%
9236 Winona, Missouri 1,304 1.1%
9237 Elverson, Pennsylvania 1,303 33.3%
9238 Leesburg, Ohio 1,303 2.1%
9239 Cross Roads, Texas 1,302 116.2%
9240 Marshall, Arkansas 1,302 -2.9%
9241 Pierce City, Missouri 1,301 -6.8%
9242 Sarcoxie, Missouri 1,301 -3.9%
9243 Sperry, Oklahoma 1,301 5.0%

Similarly Sized Cities In Arizona

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
6774 Pima 2,513 19.8%
7108 Star Valley 2,287 13.2%
7413 Kearny 2,095 -7.4%
7466 Gila Bend 2,069 3.5%
7680 Springerville 1,956 -0.9%
8071 Miami 1,771 -8.2%
8171 Huachuca City 1,729 -1.4%
8427 Mammoth 1,611 -9.1%
9233 Fredonia 1,304 25.7%
9265 Tombstone 1,296 -14.1%
10845 Patagonia 880 -2.4%
11373 Duncan 788 -2.9%

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 1,304 9,233
2016 1,323 9,189
2015 1,322 9,186
2014 1,317 9,204
2013 1,307 9,230
2012 1,320 9,180
2011 1,326 9,157
2010 1,314 9,184
2009 1,145 9,652
2008 1,130 9,710
2007 1,102 9,799
2006 1,077 9,885
2005 1,063 9,915
2004 1,055 9,951
2003 1,052 9,959
2002 1,059 9,935
2001 1,039 10,013
2000 1,037 10,030
1990 1,226 8,893