Latest Data (2017)
Population 156
Nationwide Rank 17402

Quick Facts

Summertown, Georgia is the 17,402nd largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Summertown, Georgia is a city.

Summertown, Georgia is currently 2.5% smaller than it was in 2010, the year of its peak recorded population.

Summertown, Georgia is growing extremely quickly. It is growing faster than 95% of similarly sized cities since 2000.

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
17392 Kekoskee, Wisconsin 156 -7.6%
17393 Kensal, North Dakota 156 -3.1%
17394 Kobuk, Alaska 156 43.1%
17395 Montezuma, Ohio 156 -17.8%
17396 Osage, Oklahoma 156 -18.7%
17397 Reddick, Illinois 156 -30.9%
17398 Reeder, North Dakota 156 -13.3%
17399 Regent, North Dakota 156 -25.3%
17400 Ridott, Illinois 156 -1.8%
17401 Stella, Missouri 156 -12.3%
17402 Summertown, Georgia 156 11.4%
17403 Sycamore, South Carolina 156 -15.6%
17404 Tolna, North Dakota 156 -22.3%
17405 Yoder, Wyoming 156 -7.6%
17406 Bear Lake, Pennsylvania 155 -19.2%
17407 Boardman, North Carolina 155 -23.2%
17408 Brandsville, Missouri 155 -10.9%
17409 Capron, Virginia 155 -10.4%
17410 Geneva, Iowa 155 -9.3%
17411 Goehner, Nebraska 155 -16.6%
17412 Jerusalem, Ohio 155 1.9%

Similarly Sized Cities In Georgia

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
15263 Keysville 308 83.3%
15335 Pitts 302 -1.9%
15422 Graham 295 -5.4%
15443 Iron City 293 -8.4%
15511 Good Hope 288 35.8%
15524 Rentz 287 -5.9%
15531 Ellenton 286 -15.6%
15579 Siloam 282 -15.8%
15604 Cecil 280 -11.9%
15755 Climax 267 -10.1%
15767 Sky Valley 267 23.6%
15838 Pulaski 262 0.3%
15842 Bishop 261 77.5%
15860 Carlton 260 12.5%
15865 Newington 260 -20.2%
15867 Bartow 259 -13.3%
15876 Midville 259 -43.3%
15942 Gumbranch 254 -6.9%
15965 Sasser 252 -35.7%
15980 Talmo 251 -52.3%
16001 Denton 249 -7.7%
16081 Gillsville 243 24.6%
16099 Oconee 242 -17.6%
16189 Shady Dale 236 -2.8%
16193 Damascus 235 -14.8%
16217 Andersonville 233 -33.2%
16257 Kite 231 -4.1%
16306 Oliver 227 -8.4%
16312 Avera 226 4.1%
16323 Roopville 226 26.9%
16328 Carl 225 3.2%
16336 Lexington 225 -6.2%
16376 Maxeys 223 5.6%
16445 Orchard Hill 219 -4.7%
16459 Norwood 218 -27.8%
16487 Taylorsville 216 -5.6%
16492 Danville 215 -42.2%
16546 Argyle 211 39.7%
16547 Avalon 211 -24.3%
16580 Montrose 209 35.7%
16632 Brinson 205 -9.2%
16682 Surrency 203 -14.3%
16689 Hull 202 23.1%
16745 Payne 199 12.4%
16779 Mitchell 197 13.8%
16794 Garfield 196 28.9%
16811 Lilly 195 -10.5%
16912 Haralson 187 28.0%
16932 Rayle 186 33.8%
16983 Register 183 11.5%
17029 Culloden 179 -19.7%
17051 Meansville 178 -7.2%
17097 De Soto 175 -18.2%
17111 Buckhead 174 -15.1%
17209 Tallulah Falls 168 2.4%
17252 Woolsey 165 -6.7%
17266 Rebecca 164 -33.3%
17301 Junction City 161 -10.5%
17307 Santa Claus 161 -32.0%
17347 Allentown 158 -44.9%
17383 Alston 156 -1.8%
17402 Summertown 156 11.4%
17534 Girard 148 -34.8%
17551 Jakin 147 -6.3%
17588 Nunez 145 10.6%
17599 Jersey 144 -12.1%
17624 Daisy 142 11.8%
17626 Dooling 142 -12.8%
17677 Parrott 139 -10.3%
17712 Rocky Ford 137 -25.5%
17716 Sunny Side 137 -2.8%
17763 Ranger 134 57.6%
17778 Jacksonville 133 12.7%
17830 Sharon 131 24.7%
17931 Vernonburg 125 -11.3%
17953 Camak 123 -25.0%
17956 Deepstep 123 -6.8%
18008 Bellville 120 -8.3%
18025 Du Pont 119 -14.3%
18190 Vidette 109 -2.6%
18250 Aldora 105 7.1%
18381 Bluffton 97 -17.7%
18416 Geneva 95 -16.6%
18494 Riddleville 91 -26.6%
18527 Lone Oak 89 -14.4%
18556 Manassas 87 -13.0%
18600 Tarrytown 85 -15.0%
18622 Gay 83 -43.9%

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 156 17,402
2016 162 17,324
2015 163 17,311
2014 163 17,327
2013 163 17,339
2012 161 17,382
2011 160 17,404
2010 160 17,394
2009 148 17,617
2008 148 17,621
2007 146 17,657
2006 145 17,689
2005 143 17,734
2004 142 17,770
2003 141 17,802
2002 140 17,822
2001 140 17,835
2000 140 17,845
1990 153 17,548