What is the current population of Lilburn?

Based on the latest 2020 data from the US census, the current population of Lilburn is 12,810. Lilburn, Georgia is the 2,580th largest city in the US.

What was the peak population of Lilburn?

The current population of Lilburn (12,810) is it's peak population.

How quickly is Lilburn growing?

Lilburn has grown 11.4% since the 2000. Lilburn, Georgia is growing somewhat quickly; it is growing faster than 61% of similarly sized cities since 2000.

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2019 12,810 2,580
2018 12,644 2,592
2017 12,700 2,576
2016 12,675 2,564
2015 12,655 2,558
2014 12,543 2,564
2013 12,425 2,564
2012 12,266 2,573
2011 12,006 2,607
2010 11,596 2,645
2009 11,989 2,579
2008 11,800 2,587
2007 11,556 2,596
2006 11,532 2,571
2005 11,386 2,574
2004 11,394 2,553
2003 11,386 2,540
2002 11,426 2,524
2001 11,545 2,480
2000 11,491 2,475
1990 9,313 2,613

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2019
2570 Santaquin, Utah 12,865 147.4%
2571 West Carrollton, Ohio 12,864
2572 Glen Carbon, Illinois 12,850 21.1%
2573 Key Biscayne, Florida 12,846 22.4%
2574 Marshall, Missouri 12,841 1.1%
2575 Federal Heights, Colorado 12,827 6.1%
2576 Cornelius, Oregon 12,822 31.7%
2577 Troy, Missouri 12,820 86.8%
2578 Grass Valley, California 12,817 7.8%
2579 Kingston, Pennsylvania 12,812 -7.2%
2580 Lilburn, Georgia 12,810 11.4%
2581 South Sioux City, Nebraska 12,809 6.9%
2582 University Heights, Ohio 12,797 -9.3%
2583 Connersville, Indiana 12,796 -14.8%
2584 Beeville, Texas 12,793 -1.9%
2585 Glendale, Wisconsin 12,768 -4.1%
2586 Gulf Shores, Alabama 12,757 122.1%
2587 Wilton Manors, Florida 12,756 0.3%
2588 Athens, Texas 12,753 9.8%
2589 Wickliffe, Ohio 12,744 -5.3%
2590 North Adams, Massachusetts 12,730 -13.1%

Similarly Sized Cities In Georgia

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2019
1548 Sugar Hill 24,617 109.8%
1656 Acworth 22,818 61.6%
1657 Griffin 22,813 -1.0%
1683 Union City 22,399 86.8%
1717 Cartersville 21,760 35.0%
1776 Suwanee 20,907 108.5%
1837 Snellville 20,077 16.5%
1848 Forest Park 20,020 -6.6%
1937 Milledgeville 18,704 -0.8%
1953 St. Marys 18,567 24.6%
1957 Thomasville 18,518 1.6%
1997 Fayetteville 17,991 57.9%
2000 Kingsland 17,949 65.1%
2004 Winder 17,937 70.8%
2007 Perry 17,894 74.6%
2069 Calhoun 17,271 59.9%
2106 Tifton 16,838 7.0%
2116 Fairburn 16,768 168.7%
2133 Norcross 16,592 96.7%
2170 Brunswick 16,256 4.7%
2171 Conyers 16,256 40.2%
2192 Villa Rica 16,058 256.3%
2218 Dublin 15,881 -1.7%
2230 Powder Springs 15,758 22.1%
2243 Riverdale 15,594 23.9%
2249 Buford 15,522 38.3%
2255 Holly Springs 15,442 328.8%
2281 College Park 15,159 -25.2%
2282 Grovetown 15,152 145.4%
2285 Americus 15,108 -11.7%
2369 Moultrie 14,211 -2.0%
2370 Covington 14,206 18.4%
2411 Dallas 13,981 156.0%
2430 Richmond Hill 13,839 99.2%
2449 Monroe 13,673 18.8%
2474 Waycross 13,480 -12.3%
2557 Braselton 12,961 655.7%
2569 Loganville 12,880 111.8%
2580 Lilburn 12,810 11.4%
2602 Clarkston 12,637 67.8%
2697 Bainbridge 12,081 1.3%
2711 Jefferson 12,032 207.2%
2770 Douglas 11,695 7.7%
2899 Cusseta-Chattahoochee County 10,907 -27.2%
2971 Cordele 10,521 -9.4%
3003 Vidalia 10,402 -1.4%
3012 Rincon 10,361 129.7%
3035 Doraville 10,265 3.4%
3094 Cedartown 9,997 3.0%
3095 Fort Oglethorpe 9,994 40.2%
3123 Jesup 9,841 6.1%
3161 Port Wentworth 9,641 195.8%
3209 Cairo 9,369 1.0%
3306 Fort Valley 8,962 7.5%
3355 Thomaston 8,752 -7.0%
3370 Garden City 8,713 -13.8%
3384 Fitzgerald 8,662 -4.1%
3487 Toccoa 8,336 -10.1%
3494 Flowery Branch 8,325 297.7%
3514 McRae-Helena 8,277
3524 Locust Grove 8,243 204.8%
3588 Hampton 8,073 105.1%
3649 Centerville 7,884 49.8%
3712 Auburn 7,660 8.6%
3755 Swainsboro 7,542 6.0%
3766 Tyrone 7,506 88.3%
3817 LaFayette 7,339 9.1%
3833 Dahlonega 7,294 93.7%
3872 Morrow 7,192 37.5%
3880 Austell 7,170 34.8%
3906 Commerce 7,085 29.2%
3983 Lovejoy 6,840 173.0%
4012 Eatonton 6,725 -0.6%
4036 Barnesville 6,659 11.7%
4046 Bremen 6,638 42.5%
4082 Cumming 6,547 53.0%
4089 Hapeville 6,534 6.9%
4090 Thomson 6,528 -4.4%

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