Latest Data (2018)
Population 11,644
Nationwide Rank 2767

Quick Facts

Martinsville, Indiana is the 2,767th largest city in the United States as of 2018.

Martinsville, Indiana is a city.

Martinsville, Indiana is currently 2.1% smaller than it was in 2000, the year of its peak recorded population.

Martinsville, Indiana's growth is below average. 79% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Martinsville, Indiana Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2018
2757 Franklin, Ohio 11,686 1.6%
2758 Clute, Texas 11,682 11.9%
2759 Plano, Illinois 11,670 104.2%
2760 Beachwood, Ohio 11,658 -4.1%
2761 Newman, California 11,658 62.8%
2762 Byram, Mississippi 11,655
2763 Edgewood, Washington 11,654 27.7%
2764 Seven Hills, Ohio 11,654 -3.5%
2765 Braselton, Georgia 11,652 579.4%
2766 Excelsior Springs, Missouri 11,646 7.0%
2767 Martinsville, Indiana 11,644 -2.0%
2768 El Campo, Texas 11,622 4.5%
2769 Douglas, Georgia 11,616 7.0%
2770 Harrison, Ohio 11,608 55.0%
2771 Bridgeton, Missouri 11,600 -25.3%
2772 Florham Park, New Jersey 11,594 8.3%
2773 Wallington, New Jersey 11,591 0.1%
2774 Smyrna, Delaware 11,580 97.3%
2775 Grantsville, Utah 11,568 88.9%
2776 Branson, Missouri 11,567 66.4%
2777 Little Chute, Wisconsin 11,564 8.6%

Similarly Sized Cities In Indiana

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2018
1660 Greenfield 22,564 50.5%
1664 Munster 22,539 4.7%
1671 Highland 22,382 -4.9%
1719 Clarksville 21,622 0.8%
1721 La Porte 21,610 0.0%
1858 Seymour 19,731 8.4%
1889 Shelbyville 19,326 6.9%
1960 Avon 18,343 111.9%
1987 St. John 18,047 108.6%
2017 Logansport 17,728 -10.0%
2063 New Castle 17,268 -10.5%
2068 Vincennes 17,171 -7.9%
2081 Huntington 17,019 -3.8%
2172 Lebanon 16,117 12.1%
2173 Crawfordsville 16,114 6.4%
2178 Griffith 16,057 -7.1%
2187 Dyer 15,987 14.6%
2203 Frankfort 15,831 -5.6%
2215 New Haven 15,711 18.1%
2232 Jasper 15,568 18.1%
2287 Warsaw 14,941 17.7%
2301 Beech Grove 14,839 -0.1%
2420 Chesterton 13,833 30.5%
2482 Auburn 13,391 10.3%
2492 Bedford 13,284 -3.3%
2575 Connersville 12,768 -15.0%
2580 Cedar Lake 12,743 37.1%
2672 Speedway 12,159 -5.3%
2674 Washington 12,149 6.7%
2715 Greensburg 11,916 14.7%
2721 Madison 11,879 -1.1%
2723 Lake Station 11,869 -14.8%
2767 Martinsville 11,644 -2.0%
2848 Yorktown 11,157 30.5%
2891 Peru 10,904 -16.1%
2953 Greencastle 10,530 6.3%
3061 Bluffton 10,110 5.7%
3073 Wabash 10,054 -14.0%
3101 Danville 9,922 47.5%
3103 Plymouth 9,889 -0.5%
3110 Kendallville 9,864 -4.0%
3115 Decatur 9,843 2.9%
3136 Lowell 9,743 28.4%
3145 Mooresville 9,704 2.3%
3244 Columbia City 9,155 23.4%
3315 Sellersburg 8,881 44.8%
3366 Angola 8,702 10.4%
3384 Princeton 8,642 4.9%
3389 Whitestown 8,627 641.1%
3451 Elwood 8,403 -13.7%
3497 Charlestown 8,274 17.9%
3574 Brazil 8,064 0.3%
3688 Bargersville 7,722 252.2%
3839 Tell City 7,237 -7.5%
3881 McCordsville 7,111 505.1%
3967 Nappanee 6,831 1.3%
3987 Huntertown 6,772 195.4%
3998 Scottsburg 6,750 10.4%
4008 North Vernon 6,712 2.3%
4020 Batesville 6,683 10.2%
4026 Ellettsville 6,676 27.1%
4103 Mount Vernon 6,457 -13.8%
4131 Garrett 6,390 9.1%
4188 Boonville 6,237 -8.7%
4200 Salem 6,197 -0.3%
4214 New Whiteland 6,153 33.3%
4228 Huntingburg 6,124 5.4%
4242 Portland 6,085 -4.9%
4254 Rushville 6,046 -8.5%
4265 Rochester 6,000 -6.7%
4336 Winfield 5,849 178.3%
4341 Rensselaer 5,837 -5.5%
4345 Cumberland 5,830 5.7%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2018 11,644 2,767
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