Latest Data (2016)
Population 60,652
Nationwide Rank 607

Quick Facts

Utica, New York is the 607th largest city in the United States as of 2016.

Utica, New York is a city.

Utica, New York is currently 40.4% smaller than it was in 1930, the year of its peak recorded population.

Utica, New York's growth is extremely below average. 87% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Utica, New York Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
597 Taylor, Michigan 61,177 -7.2%
598 Eastvale, California 61,151
599 National City, California 61,147 12.5%
600 Lehi, Utah 61,130 210.6%
601 Port Orange, Florida 61,105 31.1%
602 Monterey Park, California 61,075 1.5%
603 Marietta, Georgia 60,941 -0.8%
604 Terre Haute, Indiana 60,852 2.2%
605 Malden, Massachusetts 60,840 8.0%
606 Lakewood, Washington 60,665 3.8%
607 Utica, New York 60,652 0.2%
608 Cupertino, California 60,643 15.2%
609 Brentwood, California 60,532 144.7%
610 Petaluma, California 60,530 10.3%
611 Vineland, New Jersey 60,525 8.4%
612 Taylorsville, Utah 60,436 2.8%
613 Idaho Falls, Idaho 60,211 17.8%
614 Noblesville, Indiana 60,183 100.2%
615 Bristol, Connecticut 60,147 -0.2%
616 West Allis, Wisconsin 60,087 -1.6%
617 Gardena, California 60,048 3.6%

Similarly Sized Cities In New York

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2016
311 Albany 98,111 3.7%
428 New Rochelle 79,557 10.0%
516 Mount Vernon 68,344 -0.1%
557 Schenectady 64,913 5.1%
607 Utica 60,652 0.2%
645 White Plains 58,241 9.2%
674 Hempstead 55,555 4.4%
759 Troy 49,702 0.9%
785 Niagara Falls 48,632 -12.3%
833 Binghamton 45,672 -3.4%
868 Freeport 43,279 -1.1%
1016 Valley Stream 37,673 3.6%
1128 Long Beach 33,717 -4.9%
1168 Spring Valley 32,603 41.4%
1172 Rome 32,415 -7.0%
1234 Ithaca 30,756 6.4%
1237 North Tonawanda 30,607 -7.7%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2016 60,652 607
2015 61,100 591
2014 61,332 583
2013 61,808 567
2012 61,822 562
2011 61,992 550
2010 62,235 539
2009 58,040 579
2008 57,970 573
2007 58,126 566
2006 58,368 562
2005 58,722 545
2004 59,229 527
2003 59,376 516
2002 59,661 508
2001 60,052 492
2000 60,473 478
1990 68,722 339
1940 100,518 92
1930 101,740 89
1920 94,156 74
1910 74,419 73
1900 56,383 66
1890 44,007 67
1880 33,914 52
1870 28,804 46
1860 22,529 39
1850 17,565 38
1840 12,782 29