Latest Data (2017)
Population 19,070
Nationwide Rank 1896

Quick Facts

Shelbyville, Indiana is the 1,896th largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Shelbyville, Indiana is a city.

Shelbyville, Indiana is currently 0.6% smaller than it was in 2010, the year of its peak recorded population.

Shelbyville, Indiana's growth is about average. 55% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Shelbyville, Indiana Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
1886 Murray, Kentucky 19,200 25.8%
1887 Brigham City, Utah 19,182 9.7%
1888 Eloy, Arizona 19,168 82.3%
1889 South Burlington, Vermont 19,141 28.0%
1890 Oroville, California 19,121 36.7%
1891 Hawthorne, New Jersey 19,101 4.8%
1892 Homewood, Illinois 19,089 -2.2%
1893 Alsip, Illinois 19,079 -3.1%
1894 Helena, Alabama 19,072 76.0%
1895 Orange, Texas 19,072 -7.7%
1896 Shelbyville, Indiana 19,070 5.5%
1897 Madisonville, Kentucky 19,067 -1.3%
1898 Morristown, New Jersey 19,037 3.8%
1899 Troy, Alabama 19,037 35.6%
1900 Bellwood, Illinois 19,019 -7.2%
1901 Frankfort, Illinois 19,009 77.7%
1902 Twinsburg, Ohio 18,959 11.0%
1903 Highland, Utah 18,957 130.2%
1904 Alice, Texas 18,949 -0.3%
1905 El Reno, Oklahoma 18,948 16.9%
1906 Deerfield, Illinois 18,946 2.2%

Similarly Sized Cities In Indiana

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
1049 Portage 36,672 9.1%
1054 New Albany 36,461 -3.6%
1085 Richmond 35,455 -9.3%
1102 Merrillville 34,871 14.1%
1146 Valparaiso 33,376 18.1%
1153 Goshen 33,220 11.2%
1163 Plainfield 32,865 60.0%
1226 Michigan City 31,056 -5.5%
1278 Crown Point 29,625 49.2%
1320 Schererville 28,633 14.6%
1335 Marion 28,327 -12.3%
1336 Hobart 28,255 10.8%
1338 East Chicago 28,215 -12.7%
1402 Zionsville 26,710 153.6%
1445 Brownsburg 25,911 71.7%
1498 Franklin 25,089 27.6%
1646 Munster 22,717 5.6%
1651 Highland 22,585 -4.0%
1673 Greenfield 22,094 47.4%
1702 Clarksville 21,694 1.1%
1704 La Porte 21,681 0.3%
1866 Seymour 19,480 7.0%
1896 Shelbyville 19,070 5.5%
2008 Logansport 17,755 -9.9%
2011 Vincennes 17,729 -5.0%
2021 Avon 17,568 102.9%
2044 New Castle 17,351 -10.0%
2052 St. John 17,259 99.5%
2060 Huntington 17,084 -3.4%
2154 Crawfordsville 16,174 6.8%
2158 Griffith 16,152 -6.6%
2183 Lebanon 15,959 11.0%
2184 Dyer 15,941 14.2%
2188 Frankfort 15,827 -5.7%
2220 New Haven 15,560 16.9%
2225 Jasper 15,519 17.7%
2293 Beech Grove 14,795 -0.4%
2299 Warsaw 14,748 16.2%
2457 Chesterton 13,503 27.4%
2479 Bedford 13,296 -3.2%
2496 Auburn 13,169 8.4%
2546 Connersville 12,866 -14.3%
2608 Cedar Lake 12,470 34.2%
2664 Speedway 12,140 -5.4%
2666 Washington 12,114 6.4%
2691 Lake Station 11,965 -14.1%
2703 Greensburg 11,902 14.6%
2724 Madison 11,777 -1.9%
2760 Martinsville 11,603 -2.4%
2830 Yorktown 11,199 31.0%
2858 Peru 11,024 -15.2%
2948 Greencastle 10,529 6.3%
3041 Wabash 10,112 -13.5%
3058 Bluffton 10,030 4.9%
3068 Plymouth 9,960 0.1%
3098 Kendallville 9,848 -4.2%
3108 Danville 9,819 46.0%
3134 Lowell 9,661 27.3%
3140 Mooresville 9,641 1.7%
3152 Decatur 9,561 0.0%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 19,070 1,896
2016 19,048 1,887
2015 19,133 1,868
2014 19,163 1,850
2013 19,253 1,825
2012 19,159 1,806
2011 19,156 1,795
2010 19,191 1,780
2009 18,668 1,799
2008 18,525 1,807
2007 18,375 1,804
2006 18,215 1,796
2005 17,923 1,798
2004 17,773 1,795
2003 17,775 1,776
2002 17,898 1,753
2001 18,087 1,727
2000 18,063 1,733
1990 15,858 1,686