Latest Data (2018)
Population 6,813
Nationwide Rank 3972

Quick Facts

St. Albans, Vermont is the 3,972nd largest city in the United States as of 2018.

St. Albans, Vermont is a city.

St. Albans, Vermont is currently 12.0% smaller than it was in 1990, the year of its peak recorded population.

St. Albans, Vermont's growth is extremely below average. 92% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

St. Albans, Vermont Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2018
3962 Idabel, Oklahoma 6,838 -2.8%
3963 Robertsdale, Alabama 6,838 79.0%
3964 Kosciusko, Mississippi 6,837 -7.1%
3965 Youngtown, Arizona 6,836 126.3%
3966 Leitchfield, Kentucky 6,831 9.5%
3967 Nappanee, Indiana 6,831 1.3%
3968 Kirtland, Ohio 6,827 1.8%
3969 Loomis, California 6,823 9.1%
3970 Taneytown, Maryland 6,816 32.9%
3971 Eldridge, Iowa 6,813 61.4%
3972 St. Albans, Vermont 6,813 -10.9%
3973 Fircrest, Washington 6,810 15.7%
3974 Cortland, Ohio 6,809 0.3%
3975 Valley Park, Missouri 6,808 4.5%
3976 Crescent City, California 6,805 -9.5%
3977 Kimberly, Wisconsin 6,803 10.3%
3978 Newport, Tennessee 6,801 -7.0%
3979 Seaside, Oregon 6,795 15.3%
3980 Allendale, New Jersey 6,792 1.2%
3981 Taylor Mill, Kentucky 6,792 -7.3%
3982 Franklin, Louisiana 6,786 -18.3%

Similarly Sized Cities In Vermont

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2018
2885 Essex Junction 10,929 27.0%
3392 Barre 8,605 -7.2%
3777 Montpelier 7,436 -7.3%
3808 Winooski 7,337 11.7%
3972 St. Albans 6,813 -10.9%
5208 Newport 4,255 -15.1%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2018 6,813 3,972
2017 6,795 3,968
2016 6,792 3,948
2015 6,818 3,932
2014 6,860 3,899
2013 6,876 3,877
2012 6,894 3,850
2011 6,916 3,834
2010 6,918 3,814
2009 7,243 3,669
2008 7,256 3,636
2007 7,301 3,600
2006 7,339 3,559
2005 7,406 3,512
2004 7,488 3,474
2003 7,540 3,432
2002 7,618 3,394
2001 7,629 3,372
2000 7,653 3,347
1990 7,740 2,988