What is the current population of New Albany?

Based on the latest 2020 data from the US census, the current population of New Albany is 36,843. New Albany, Indiana is the 1,052nd largest city in the US.

What was the peak population of New Albany?

The peak population of New Albany was in 1990, when its population was 38,317. In 1990, New Albany was the 717th largest city in the US; now its fallen to the 1,052nd largest city in the US. New Albany is currently 3.8% smaller than it was in 1990.

How quickly is New Albany shrinking?

New Albany has shrunk 2.6% since the year 2000. New Albany, Indiana's growth is extremely below average. 87% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2019 36,843 1,052
2018 36,604 1,058
2017 36,461 1,054
2016 36,670 1,041
2015 36,732 1,031
2014 36,589 1,021
2013 36,803 1,003
2012 36,462 1,002
2011 36,423 996
2010 36,372 985
2009 37,517 937
2008 37,308 935
2007 36,924 934
2006 36,793 926
2005 36,685 917
2004 36,807 898
2003 37,051 890
2002 37,467 874
2001 37,782 865
2000 37,843 851
1990 38,317 717
1870 15,396 94
1860 12,647 75
1850 8,181 84
1840 4,226 100

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2019
1042 Rock Island, Illinois 37,176 -6.2%
1043 Muskogee, Oklahoma 37,113 -5.2%
1044 West Fargo, North Dakota 37,058 138.5%
1045 Mount Juliet, Tennessee 37,029 161.2%
1046 San Juan, Texas 37,008 38.7%
1047 Portage, Indiana 36,988 10.0%
1048 Aventura, Florida 36,987 46.3%
1049 Owasso, Oklahoma 36,957 95.3%
1050 Park Ridge, Illinois 36,950 -2.2%
1051 Beloit, Wisconsin 36,926 3.0%
1052 New Albany, Indiana 36,843 -2.6%
1053 Benton, Arkansas 36,820 59.8%
1054 Rome, Georgia 36,716 3.2%
1055 Lima, Ohio 36,659 -12.2%
1056 Muskegon, Michigan 36,565 -8.7%
1057 Bettendorf, Iowa 36,543 16.7%
1058 Dunedin, Florida 36,537 0.7%
1059 Hilliard, Ohio 36,534 49.6%
1060 Phenix City, Alabama 36,487 28.3%
1061 Addison, Illinois 36,482 0.1%
1062 Lebanon, Tennessee 36,479 77.9%

Similarly Sized Cities In Indiana

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2019
506 Lafayette 71,721 16.7%
538 Muncie 67,999 -4.0%
585 Noblesville 64,668 115.1%
620 Terre Haute 60,622 1.8%
634 Greenwood 59,458 61.8%
664 Kokomo 58,020 23.7%
708 Anderson 54,765 -8.1%
750 Elkhart 52,358 -0.4%
766 West Lafayette 50,996 77.6%
775 Mishawaka 50,363 7.1%
787 Lawrence 49,462 26.5%
815 Jeffersonville 48,126 60.6%
819 Columbus 48,046 22.2%
890 Westfield 43,649 182.3%
1047 Portage 36,988 10.0%
1052 New Albany 36,843 -2.6%
1103 Richmond 35,342 -9.6%
1104 Plainfield 35,287 71.8%
1115 Merrillville 34,792 13.8%
1133 Goshen 34,217 14.6%
1149 Valparaiso 33,897 19.9%
1239 Michigan City 31,015 -5.6%
1260 Crown Point 30,488 53.6%
1334 Schererville 28,527 14.2%
1341 Zionsville 28,357 169.2%
1362 Hobart 27,939 9.6%
1364 Marion 27,930 -13.5%
1368 East Chicago 27,817 -13.9%
1410 Brownsburg 27,001 78.9%
1487 Franklin 25,608 30.3%
1644 Greenfield 23,006 53.5%
1679 Munster 22,476 4.4%
1687 Highland 22,316 -5.1%
1730 La Porte 21,569 -0.1%
1731 Clarksville 21,558 0.5%
1855 Seymour 19,959 9.7%
1892 Shelbyville 19,407 7.4%
1931 St. John 18,796 117.3%
1936 Avon 18,706 116.1%

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