Latest Data (2017)
Population 215
Nationwide Rank 16497

Quick Facts

Jacksonville, Vermont is the 16,497th largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Jacksonville, Vermont is a village.

Jacksonville, Vermont is currently 21.0% smaller than it was in 1990, the year of its peak recorded population.

Jacksonville, Vermont's growth is about average. 47% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
16487 Taylorsville, Georgia 216 -5.6%
16488 Anniston, Missouri 215 -24.2%
16489 Beardsley, Minnesota 215 -17.3%
16490 Belle Valley, Ohio 215 -18.5%
16491 Bryant, Illinois 215 -15.6%
16492 Danville, Georgia 215 -42.2%
16493 Ehrenfeld, Pennsylvania 215 -7.7%
16494 Gantt, Alabama 215 -10.4%
16495 Huttonsville, West Virginia 215 -0.4%
16496 Independence, Utah 215 5.9%
16497 Jacksonville, Vermont 215 -8.8%
16498 Long Point, Illinois 215 -12.9%
16499 New Leipzig, North Dakota 215 -21.2%
16500 Oden, Arkansas 215 -2.2%
16501 Parral, Ohio 215 -10.7%
16502 Roxobel, North Carolina 215 -17.9%
16503 Straughn, Indiana 215 -14.6%
16504 Garden, Michigan 214 -10.8%
16505 Gordon, Ohio 214 12.6%
16506 Gotebo, Oklahoma 214 -21.0%
16507 Hanging Rock, Ohio 214 -23.2%

Similarly Sized Cities In Vermont

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
14410 Wells River 387 18.7%
14690 Newbury 358 -12.0%
14978 West Burke 334 -8.2%
15666 Westminster 275 0.0%
15922 Marshfield 256 -2.6%
16070 Cambridge 244 3.8%
16497 Jacksonville 215 -8.8%
16895 Albany 188 13.9%
17785 Old Bennington 133 -28.8%
17944 Perkinsville 124 -12.6%
18156 Newfane 111 -4.3%

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 215 16,497
2016 216 16,519
2015 218 16,484
2014 220 16,464
2013 220 16,456
2012 222 16,429
2011 223 16,427
2010 223 16,426
2008 220 16,538
2007 222 16,518
2006 223 16,506
2005 224 16,508
2004 227 16,480
2003 230 16,453
2002 232 16,422
2001 233 16,410
2000 236 16,396
1990 272 15,607