Latest Data (2017)
Population 11,603
Nationwide Rank 2760

Quick Facts

Martinsville, Indiana is the 2,760th largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Martinsville, Indiana is a city.

Martinsville, Indiana is currently 2.4% smaller than it was in 2000, the year of its peak recorded population.

Martinsville, Indiana's growth is extremely below average. 86% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Martinsville, Indiana Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
2750 Grafton, Wisconsin 11,643 9.6%
2751 Schiller Park, Illinois 11,640 -1.0%
2752 Jerome, Idaho 11,636 43.1%
2753 Clute, Texas 11,634 11.5%
2754 Signal Hill, California 11,622 23.6%
2755 Robinson, Texas 11,617 47.1%
2756 D'Iberville, Mississippi 11,610 46.8%
2757 Spearfish, South Dakota 11,609 33.7%
2758 White House, Tennessee 11,608 54.9%
2759 Los Alamitos, California 11,603 0.5%
2760 Martinsville, Indiana 11,603 -2.4%
2761 Plano, Illinois 11,588 102.8%
2762 Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania 11,586 -2.4%
2763 Smyrna, Delaware 11,584 97.4%
2764 Tarrytown, New York 11,572 3.8%
2765 Excelsior Springs, Missouri 11,560 6.2%
2766 Elk City, Oklahoma 11,555 10.1%
2767 Oskaloosa, Iowa 11,546 5.0%
2768 Guymon, Oklahoma 11,545 9.4%
2769 Minneola, Florida 11,529 104.5%
2770 Union, Missouri 11,524 49.3%

Similarly Sized Cities In Indiana

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
1646 Munster 22,717 5.6%
1651 Highland 22,585 -4.0%
1673 Greenfield 22,094 47.4%
1702 Clarksville 21,694 1.1%
1704 La Porte 21,681 0.3%
1866 Seymour 19,480 7.0%
1896 Shelbyville 19,070 5.5%
2008 Logansport 17,755 -9.9%
2011 Vincennes 17,729 -5.0%
2021 Avon 17,568 102.9%
2044 New Castle 17,351 -10.0%
2052 St. John 17,259 99.5%
2060 Huntington 17,084 -3.4%
2154 Crawfordsville 16,174 6.8%
2158 Griffith 16,152 -6.6%
2183 Lebanon 15,959 11.0%
2184 Dyer 15,941 14.2%
2188 Frankfort 15,827 -5.7%
2220 New Haven 15,560 16.9%
2225 Jasper 15,519 17.7%
2293 Beech Grove 14,795 -0.4%
2299 Warsaw 14,748 16.2%
2457 Chesterton 13,503 27.4%
2479 Bedford 13,296 -3.2%
2496 Auburn 13,169 8.4%
2546 Connersville 12,866 -14.3%
2608 Cedar Lake 12,470 34.2%
2664 Speedway 12,140 -5.4%
2666 Washington 12,114 6.4%
2691 Lake Station 11,965 -14.1%
2703 Greensburg 11,902 14.6%
2724 Madison 11,777 -1.9%
2760 Martinsville 11,603 -2.4%
2830 Yorktown 11,199 31.0%
2858 Peru 11,024 -15.2%
2948 Greencastle 10,529 6.3%
3041 Wabash 10,112 -13.5%
3058 Bluffton 10,030 4.9%
3068 Plymouth 9,960 0.1%
3098 Kendallville 9,848 -4.2%
3108 Danville 9,819 46.0%
3134 Lowell 9,661 27.3%
3140 Mooresville 9,641 1.7%
3152 Decatur 9,561 0.0%
3254 Columbia City 9,044 22.0%
3305 Sellersburg 8,860 44.5%
3369 Angola 8,655 9.8%
3381 Princeton 8,602 4.4%
3427 Elwood 8,428 -13.5%
3503 Charlestown 8,215 17.1%
3514 Whitestown 8,179 602.6%
3555 Brazil 8,078 0.5%
3758 Bargersville 7,457 240.1%
3804 Tell City 7,316 -6.5%
3956 Nappanee 6,839 1.4%
3957 McCordsville 6,838 481.9%
3993 Scottsburg 6,737 10.2%
3997 Huntertown 6,729 193.5%
3998 North Vernon 6,727 2.5%
4015 Ellettsville 6,677 27.1%
4044 Batesville 6,603 8.9%
4084 Mount Vernon 6,499 -13.3%
4129 Garrett 6,364 8.6%
4146 Boonville 6,337 -7.2%
4189 Salem 6,171 -0.7%
4198 Portland 6,143 -4.0%
4205 Huntingburg 6,125 5.4%
4221 New Whiteland 6,092 32.0%
4242 Rushville 6,047 -8.5%
4261 Rochester 5,990 -6.9%
4320 Rensselaer 5,878 -4.9%
4334 North Manchester 5,838 -6.6%
4347 Gas City 5,805 -2.0%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 11,603 2,760
2016 11,669 2,730
2015 11,690 2,718
2014 11,744 2,689
2013 11,855 2,657
2012 11,831 2,645
2011 11,838 2,629
2010 11,828 2,609
2009 12,000 2,577
2008 12,033 2,556
2007 11,906 2,544
2006 11,886 2,519
2005 11,839 2,503
2004 11,833 2,483
2003 11,782 2,471
2002 11,790 2,456
2001 11,764 2,442
2000 11,889 2,402
1990 11,557 2,193