Latest Data (2017)
Population 111
Nationwide Rank 18156

Quick Facts

Newfane, Vermont is the 18,156th largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Newfane, Vermont is a village.

Newfane, Vermont is currently 32.3% smaller than it was in 1990, the year of its peak recorded population.

Newfane, Vermont's growth is about average. 44% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
18146 Macon, North Carolina 112 -1.7%
18147 Memphis, Nebraska 112 5.6%
18148 Milledgeville, Ohio 112 -8.1%
18149 Williams, South Carolina 112 -3.4%
18150 Barneston, Nebraska 111 -9.0%
18151 Clifton Hill, Missouri 111 -10.4%
18152 Dacoma, Oklahoma 111 -24.4%
18153 Derby, Iowa 111 -15.2%
18154 Egypt, Arkansas 111 9.9%
18155 McDonald, North Carolina 111 6.7%
18156 Newfane, Vermont 111 -4.3%
18157 Port Heiden, Alaska 111 -5.9%
18158 Rutledge, Missouri 111 7.7%
18159 Scottville, Illinois 111 -20.7%
18160 Sikes, Louisiana 111 -7.5%
18161 Sykeston, North Dakota 111 -26.9%
18162 Aquilla, Texas 110 -19.7%
18163 Belden, Nebraska 110 -15.3%
18164 Daisy, Arkansas 110 -6.7%
18165 Federal Dam, Minnesota 110 8.9%
18166 Humphreys, Missouri 110 -32.0%

Similarly Sized Cities In Vermont

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
16497 Jacksonville 215 -8.8%
16895 Albany 188 13.9%
17785 Old Bennington 133 -28.8%
17944 Perkinsville 124 -12.6%
18156 Newfane 111 -4.3%

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 111 18,156
2016 113 18,145
2015 114 18,118
2014 116 18,093
2013 116 18,100
2012 116 18,112
2011 117 18,096
2010 118 18,079
2009 111 18,236
2008 111 18,239
2007 112 18,230
2006 112 18,234
2005 112 18,238
2004 113 18,229
2003 114 18,227
2002 114 18,233
2001 115 18,232
2000 116 18,231
1990 164 17,345