Latest Data (2018)
Population 11,765
Nationwide Rank 2743

Quick Facts

Red Bank, Tennessee is the 2,743rd largest city in the United States as of 2018.

Red Bank, Tennessee is a city.

Red Bank, Tennessee is currently 4.7% smaller than it was in 2000, the year of its peak recorded population.

Red Bank, Tennessee's growth is extremely below average. 88% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Red Bank, Tennessee Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2018
2733 Jerome, Idaho 11,807 45.2%
2734 Orange City, Florida 11,804 48.6%
2735 Dunkirk, New York 11,799 -9.9%
2736 Okmulgee, Oklahoma 11,795 -9.2%
2737 Arkansas City, Kansas 11,793 -1.4%
2738 Bucyrus, Ohio 11,785 -10.7%
2739 Richfield, Wisconsin 11,785 13.2%
2740 Robinson, Texas 11,784 49.2%
2741 Freehold, New Jersey 11,767 6.9%
2742 Grafton, Wisconsin 11,766 10.7%
2743 Red Bank, Tennessee 11,765 -4.6%
2744 Tomball, Texas 11,761 26.4%
2745 Princeton, Texas 11,755 231.8%
2746 Portales, New Mexico 11,754 5.5%
2747 Wanaque, New Jersey 11,741 14.2%
2748 Bogalusa, Louisiana 11,738 -11.8%
2749 Cocoa Beach, Florida 11,737 -6.0%
2750 Salem, Ohio 11,715 -5.8%
2751 Union, Missouri 11,715 51.7%
2752 Evanston, Wyoming 11,704 2.0%
2753 Jefferson, Georgia 11,704 198.8%

Similarly Sized Cities In Tennessee

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2018
1639 Farragut 22,956 29.0%
1701 Shelbyville 21,864 33.7%
1759 East Ridge 21,024 2.3%
1886 Tullahoma 19,370 7.1%
2085 Springfield 16,957 17.4%
2090 Goodlettsville 16,859 22.4%
2125 Sevierville 16,531 34.3%
2142 Dyersburg 16,389 -6.2%
2229 Dickson 15,583 20.6%
2293 Greeneville 14,898 -3.1%
2415 Athens 13,857 4.1%
2436 Soddy-Daisy 13,717 18.8%
2442 McMinnville 13,688 6.1%
2469 Elizabethton 13,497 -3.9%
2568 Portland 12,823 48.3%
2598 Lakeland 12,617 74.5%
2612 White House 12,506 66.9%
2679 Lewisburg 12,114 14.3%
2743 Red Bank 11,765 -4.6%
2754 Arlington 11,697 344.2%
2779 Crossville 11,554 25.9%
2790 Collegedale 11,492 71.3%
2871 Hartsville/Trousdale County 11,012 50.6%
2889 Manchester 10,916 27.4%
2901 Lawrenceburg 10,838 0.6%
2926 Millington 10,685 -3.9%
2941 Martin 10,592 0.4%
2967 Alcoa 10,499 30.6%
2996 Union City 10,401 -4.5%
3070 Paris 10,057 3.1%
3080 Clinton 10,028 6.0%
3183 Brownsville 9,443 -12.2%
3193 Atoka 9,397 149.1%
3217 Lenoir City 9,305 34.8%
3275 Nolensville 9,012 223.0%
3276 Fairview 8,999 47.0%
3338 Covington 8,780 3.0%
3361 Winchester 8,715 18.4%
3405 Signal Mountain 8,567 15.1%
3535 Humboldt 8,199 -13.3%
3536 Jefferson City 8,199 3.8%
3554 Oakland 8,118 430.9%
3640 Ripley 7,879 0.7%
3691 Lexington 7,716 3.7%
3711 Pulaski 7,652 -4.3%
3716 Milan 7,640 -3.1%
3789 Dayton 7,393 13.3%
3919 Fayetteville 7,017 0.0%
3938 Savannah 6,946 -1.1%
3961 Greenbrier 6,839 36.3%
3978 Newport 6,801 -7.0%
3984 Millersville 6,781 23.9%
4002 La Follette 6,737 -15.5%
4023 Church Hill 6,679 12.1%
4124 Lynchburg, Moore County 6,411 11.2%
4158 Pigeon Forge 6,324 17.8%
4161 Henderson 6,315 7.4%
4218 Harriman 6,145 -9.2%
4234 Thompson's Station 6,114 298.5%
4250 Munford 6,060 22.0%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2018 11,765 2,743
2017 11,754 2,729
2016 11,813 2,708
2015 11,769 2,703
2014 11,784 2,683
2013 11,830 2,664
2012 11,817 2,648
2011 11,741 2,646
2010 11,651 2,637
2009 11,765 2,600
2008 11,646 2,605
2007 11,650 2,578
2006 11,791 2,540
2005 11,833 2,504
2004 11,902 2,476
2003 12,024 2,446
2002 12,147 2,407
2001 12,265 2,366
2000 12,339 2,342
1990 12,334 2,071