Latest Data (2017)
Population 94
Nationwide Rank 18439

Quick Facts

Hickory Valley, Tennessee is the 18,439th largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Hickory Valley, Tennessee is a town.

Hickory Valley, Tennessee is currently 43.0% smaller than it was in 1990, the year of its peak recorded population.

Hickory Valley, Tennessee's growth is extremely below average. 90% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
18429 Blakeslee, Ohio 94 -27.6%
18430 Brumley, Missouri 94 -8.7%
18431 Centrahoma, Oklahoma 94 -14.5%
18432 Coolidge, Kansas 94 9.3%
18433 Dutchtown, Missouri 94 -5.0%
18434 Ericson, Nebraska 94 -9.6%
18435 Fairburn, South Dakota 94 17.5%
18436 Fulton, South Dakota 94 9.3%
18437 Hansell, Iowa 94 -2.0%
18438 Havana, Kansas 94 9.3%
18439 Hickory Valley, Tennessee 94 -30.8%
18440 Kinsman, Illinois 94 -13.7%
18441 Koyukuk, Alaska 94 -6.9%
18442 Luzerne, Iowa 94 -10.4%
18443 New Bavaria, Ohio 94 20.5%
18444 New Middletown, Indiana 94 22.0%
18445 Saulsbury, Tennessee 94 -5.0%
18446 Spring Hill, Minnesota 94 77.3%
18447 Truxton, Missouri 94 -3.0%
18448 Uncertain, Texas 94 -37.7%
18449 Amagon, Arkansas 93 -2.1%

Similarly Sized Cities In Tennessee

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
16926 Enville 186 -19.1%
17263 Medon 164 -14.1%
17541 Normandy 148 4.2%
17792 Viola 133 3.1%
17859 La Grange 129 -5.8%
18126 Orme 113 -8.8%
18321 Silerton 102 0.9%
18439 Hickory Valley 94 -30.8%
18445 Saulsbury 94 -5.0%
18572 Cottage Grove 86 -11.3%

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 94 18,439
2016 95 18,429
2015 93 18,464
2014 94 18,459
2013 95 18,444
2012 96 18,431
2011 97 18,420
2010 99 18,386
2009 126 17,978
2008 127 17,971
2007 128 17,965
2006 129 17,959
2005 129 17,967
2004 130 17,958
2003 131 17,953
2002 133 17,934
2001 134 17,927
2000 136 17,921
1990 165 17,327