Latest Data (2017)
Population 193
Nationwide Rank 16835

Quick Facts

Union Center, Wisconsin is the 16,835th largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Union Center, Wisconsin is a village.

Union Center, Wisconsin is currently 9.4% smaller than it was in 2000, the year of its peak recorded population.

Union Center, Wisconsin's growth is about average. 47% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
16825 Woodruff, Utah 194 4.8%
16826 Bethel, Delaware 193 4.8%
16827 Callensburg, Pennsylvania 193 -11.4%
16828 Layton, Florida 193 3.7%
16829 Lincolnville, Kansas 193 -15.7%
16830 Megargel, Texas 193 -22.8%
16831 Onslow, Iowa 193 -13.4%
16832 Ratcliff, Arkansas 193 1.0%
16833 St. Lawrence, South Dakota 193 -7.2%
16834 Trenton, South Carolina 193 -18.2%
16835 Union Center, Wisconsin 193 -9.3%
16836 West Leipsic, Ohio 193 -28.5%
16837 Zanesfield, Ohio 193 -11.8%
16838 Breedsville, Michigan 192 -17.9%
16839 Bremen, Kentucky 192 -47.3%
16840 Buffalo, North Dakota 192 -8.1%
16841 Du Bois, Illinois 192 -13.5%
16842 Dunbar, Nebraska 192 -18.9%
16843 Exeland, Wisconsin 192 -9.4%
16844 Hosmer, South Dakota 192 -32.8%
16845 Hyannis, Nebraska 192 -33.1%

Similarly Sized Cities In Wisconsin

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
14424 Dallas 385 8.1%
14476 Embarrass 380 -21.9%
14495 Amherst Junction 378 21.1%
14535 Bagley 374 10.3%
14607 La Valle 367 12.9%
14641 Rock Springs 363 -14.3%
14650 Pound 362 1.4%
14676 Fairwater 359 2.5%
14729 Butternut 354 -13.2%
14734 Scandinavia 354 0.8%
14771 Nelson 351 -11.1%
14786 Granton 349 -14.0%
14794 Warrens 349 19.9%
14820 White Lake 347 5.7%
14832 Friesland 346 16.1%
14881 Tennyson 342 -7.3%
14948 Maribel 336 18.3%
14951 Wheeler 336 5.9%
14964 Unity 335 -8.7%
15058 Lowell 325 -10.9%
15094 Kellnersville 322 -13.6%
15117 Cazenovia 319 -2.1%
15122 Kingston 319 11.1%
15187 Arpin 313 -7.1%
15348 Loganville 301 4.5%
15359 Winter 300 -12.7%
15396 Chaseburg 296 -2.9%
15460 Doylestown 292 -10.9%
15464 Lac La Belle 292 -31.9%
15466 Oakdale 292 -2.3%
15494 Bowler 289 -16.4%
15518 Rewey 288 -7.0%
15547 Hawkins 285 -10.0%
15569 De Soto 283 -27.9%
15578 Hollandale 282 0.0%
15606 Ephraim 280 -20.6%
15624 Haugen 278 -3.1%
15661 Nichols 275 -11.5%
15664 Ridgeland 275 3.7%
15680 Browntown 273 8.3%
15762 Milladore 267 -0.7%
15812 Genoa 263 0.3%
15847 Downing 261 1.5%
15955 Ironton 253 2.4%
15982 Aniwa 250 -7.4%
16020 Brokaw 248 136.1%
16102 Potter 242 -3.5%
16165 North Bay 238 -8.1%
16222 Gratiot 233 -7.5%
16274 Radisson 230 3.6%
16414 Mount Hope 221 18.8%
16461 Sheldon 218 -14.8%
16463 Weyerhaeuser 218 -38.2%
16477 Deer Park 216 -4.8%
16483 Rockdale 216 0.0%
16533 Curtiss 212 7.0%
16686 Egg Harbor 202 -20.4%
16724 Mount Sterling 200 -6.9%
16781 Patch Grove 197 20.8%
16791 Eland 196 -21.9%
16835 Union Center 193 -9.3%
16843 Exeland 192 -9.4%
16887 Hustler 189 67.2%
16935 Wilson 186 5.6%
17032 Elderon 179 -4.7%
17070 Ogdensburg 177 -20.9%
17099 Ferryville 175 6.0%
17261 Lime Ridge 164 -2.3%
17392 Kekoskee 156 -7.6%
17427 Fenwood 154 -9.9%
17435 Nelsonville 154 -19.7%
17466 Marquette 152 -10.0%
17491 Boaz 150 11.1%
17619 Wyeville 143 -2.0%
17849 Woodman 130 35.4%
17897 Lynxville 127 -27.0%
17972 Steuben 123 -30.5%
17985 Kennan 122 -28.2%
18077 Maiden Rock 116 -3.3%
18123 Lublin 113 3.6%
18135 Bell Center 112 -3.4%
18224 Melvina 107 16.3%
18306 Tony 103 -1.9%
18312 Catawba 102 -31.0%

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 193 16,835
2016 195 16,835
2015 195 16,830
2014 197 16,805
2013 199 16,776
2012 199 16,778
2011 200 16,762
2010 200 16,758
2008 208 16,726
2007 210 16,697
2006 213 16,649
2005 218 16,595
2004 213 16,687
2003 215 16,673
2002 212 16,732
2001 212 16,743
2000 213 16,743
1990 209 16,577