Latest Data (2017)
Population 131,014
Nationwide Rank 210

Quick Facts

New Haven, Connecticut is the 210th largest city in the United States as of 2017.

New Haven, Connecticut is a city.

New Haven, Connecticut is currently 20.3% smaller than it was in 1950, the year of its peak recorded population.

New Haven, Connecticut's growth is below average. 75% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

New Haven, Connecticut Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
200 Warren, Michigan 135,022 -2.2%
201 Charleston, South Carolina 134,875 36.2%
202 Hampton, Virginia 134,669 -8.0%
203 Surprise, Arizona 134,085 314.5%
204 Columbia, South Carolina 133,114 11.5%
205 Coral Springs, Florida 133,037 11.1%
206 Visalia, California 133,010 39.1%
207 Sterling Heights, Michigan 132,631 6.3%
208 Gainesville, Florida 132,249 17.0%
209 Cedar Rapids, Iowa 132,228 8.5%
210 New Haven, Connecticut 131,014 5.8%
211 Stamford, Connecticut 130,824 11.3%
212 Elizabeth, New Jersey 130,215 7.7%
213 Concord, California 129,783 6.1%
214 Thousand Oaks, California 128,995 9.8%
215 Kent, Washington 128,458 59.3%
216 Santa Clara, California 127,134 24.1%
217 Simi Valley, California 126,878 13.3%
218 Lafayette, Louisiana 126,848 13.3%
219 Topeka, Kansas 126,587 2.5%
220 Athens-Clarke County, Georgia 125,691 24.7%

Similarly Sized Cities In Connecticut

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
179 Bridgeport 146,579 4.9%
210 New Haven 131,014 5.8%
211 Stamford 130,824 11.3%
222 Hartford 123,400 -0.6%
276 Waterbury 108,629 1.2%
368 Norwalk 89,005 7.1%
391 Danbury 85,246 13.4%
488 New Britain 72,710 1.6%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 131,014 210
2016 129,934 210
2015 130,322 204
2014 130,282 198
2013 130,660 195
2012 130,741 191
2011 130,646 191
2010 129,779 188
2009 123,330 201
2008 123,206 198
2007 123,975 191
2006 123,694 189
2005 123,893 188
2004 124,054 186
2003 124,237 183
2002 124,011 182
2001 123,907 179
2000 123,759 178
1990 130,191 141
1960 152,048 82
1950 164,443 59
1940 160,605 54
1930 162,655 49
1920 162,537 39
1910 133,605 35
1900 108,027 31
1890 86,045 32
1880 62,882 26
1870 50,840 25
1860 39,267 23
1850 20,345 33
1840 12,960 28