Latest Data (2015)
Population 38,712
Nationwide Rank 971

Quick Facts

Gainesville, Georgia is the 971st largest city in the United States as of 2015.

Gainesville, Georgia is a city.

Gainesville, Georgia is as large as it has ever been. In 2015 Gainesville had its largest population ever.

Gainesville, Georgia is growing moderately quickly. It is growing faster than 83% of similarly sized cities since 2000.

Gainesville, Georgia Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities

Rank Name Growth
2000-2015
965 Northglenn, Colorado 20.8%
966 Wausau, Wisconsin 1.2%
967 Hurst, Texas 7.3%
968 Stanton, California 3.4%
969 Lancaster, Texas 49.2%
970 Friendswood, Texas 32.8%
971 Gainesville, Georgia 47.0%
972 Montclair, California 14.0%
973 Rock Island, Illinois -2.5%
974 Oviedo, Florida 45.8%
975 Carpentersville, Illinois 23.7%
976 Lake Oswego, Oregon 7.8%
977 Muskogee, Oklahoma -1.8%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2015 38,712 971
2014 36,306 1,028
2013 35,533 1,047
2012 34,786 1,052
2011 34,318 1,058
2010 33,804 1,058
2009 35,750 996
2008 35,476 995
2007 34,136 1,014
2006 33,018 1,033
2005 31,953 1,053
2004 30,641 1,091
2003 29,810 1,109
2002 28,352 1,151
2001 27,868 1,164
2000 26,332 1,221
1990 17,732 1,537