What is the current population of Zanesville?

Based on the latest 2020 data from the US census, the current population of Zanesville is 25,158. Zanesville, Ohio is the 1,513th largest city in the US.

What was the peak population of Zanesville?

The peak population of Zanesville was in 1990, when its population was 27,226. In 1990, Zanesville was the 1,026th largest city in the US; now its fallen to the 1,513th largest city in the US. Zanesville is currently 7.6% smaller than it was in 1990.

How quickly is Zanesville shrinking?

Zanesville has shrunk 1.5% since the year 2000. Zanesville, Ohio's growth is extremely below average. 84% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2019 25,158 1,513
2018 25,364 1,487
2017 25,388 1,474
2016 25,465 1,464
2015 25,498 1,448
2014 25,372 1,446
2013 25,435 1,428
2012 25,411 1,424
2011 25,490 1,412
2010 25,487 1,400
2009 24,902 1,402
2008 24,995 1,384
2007 25,009 1,375
2006 25,077 1,364
2005 25,061 1,346
2004 25,119 1,325
2003 25,157 1,309
2002 25,283 1,292
2001 25,335 1,276
2000 25,559 1,258
1990 27,226 1,026
1850 7,929 92
1840 4,766 90

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2019
1503 Caledonia, Wisconsin 25,277 6.6%
1504 Crestview, Florida 25,274 68.7%
1505 Champlin, Minnesota 25,268 13.2%
1506 Woodstock, Illinois 25,240 24.2%
1507 Austin, Minnesota 25,233 7.2%
1508 Edwardsville, Illinois 25,233 12.7%
1509 Palm Springs, Florida 25,216 53.6%
1510 Elk River, Minnesota 25,213 51.0%
1511 Rosemount, Minnesota 25,207 70.0%
1512 Fountain Hills, Arizona 25,200 23.0%
1513 Zanesville, Ohio 25,158 -1.5%
1514 Belvidere, Illinois 25,143 18.5%
1515 Riverside, Ohio 25,133 -6.9%
1516 Muskego, Wisconsin 25,127 17.3%
1517 Hazelwood, Missouri 25,117 -4.0%
1518 Clinton, Iowa 25,093 -9.4%
1519 Carbondale, Illinois 25,083 -4.4%
1520 Ridgewood, New Jersey 25,056 0.5%
1521 Balch Springs, Texas 25,007 27.8%
1522 University Park, Texas 24,985 6.9%
1523 De Pere, Wisconsin 24,970 20.7%

Similarly Sized Cities In Ohio

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2019
777 Newark 50,315 8.6%
786 Lakewood 49,678 -12.0%
796 Cuyahoga Falls 49,106 -0.6%
799 Dublin 49,037 54.8%
803 Middletown 48,807 -5.4%
823 Beavercreek 47,741 24.3%
835 Mentor 47,262 -6.1%
839 Mansfield 46,599 -9.8%
841 Euclid 46,550 -11.5%
862 Strongsville 44,660 1.7%
880 Cleveland Heights 43,992 -13.1%
911 Fairfield 42,558 1.0%
923 Grove City 41,820 51.2%
939 Delaware 41,283 59.4%
940 Findlay 41,225 5.1%
945 Westerville 41,103 15.8%
960 Lancaster 40,505 14.0%
1006 Warren 38,752 -19.4%
1018 Reynoldsburg 38,327 19.0%
1026 Huber Heights 38,154 -0.2%
1055 Lima 36,659 -12.2%
1059 Hilliard 36,534 49.6%
1089 Marion 35,883 -3.7%
1099 Gahanna 35,483 9.0%
1102 Upper Arlington 35,366 5.0%
1111 Brunswick 34,880 3.9%
1116 Stow 34,785 7.2%
1128 North Ridgeville 34,392 53.3%
1150 Fairborn 33,876 7.5%
1152 Mason 33,870 50.6%
1191 Massillon 32,584 3.0%
1214 Westlake 32,032 0.8%
1222 Bowling Green 31,504 6.1%
1230 North Olmsted 31,341 -8.0%
1282 North Royalton 30,068 4.7%
1296 Kent 29,646 5.2%
1380 Garfield Heights 27,448 -10.5%
1408 Shaker Heights 27,027 -7.8%
1416 Xenia 26,947 10.8%
1447 Wooster 26,394 4.3%
1452 Troy 26,281 18.8%
1470 Medina 25,956 2.6%
1471 Barberton 25,953 -7.0%
1477 Green 25,752 12.2%
1513 Zanesville 25,158 -1.5%
1515 Riverside 25,133 -6.9%
1545 Marysville 24,667 51.9%
1553 Sandusky 24,564 -11.7%
1555 Athens 24,536 14.8%
1557 Avon Lake 24,504 33.4%
1569 Trotwood 24,403 -10.8%
1591 Wadsworth 24,046 29.2%
1610 Centerville 23,703 2.8%
1635 Avon 23,399 101.6%
1641 Oxford 23,110 5.2%
1645 Willoughby 22,977 1.5%
1662 Solon 22,779 4.3%
1692 Hudson 22,237 -1.1%
1696 Pickerington 22,158 120.9%
1702 Maple Heights 22,078 -15.4%
1720 Chillicothe 21,722 -1.9%
1727 Perrysburg 21,626 22.5%
1737 Alliance 21,446 -7.5%
1744 Piqua 21,332 2.6%
1747 South Euclid 21,297 -9.2%
1790 Lebanon 20,659 20.1%
1805 Sidney 20,449 0.5%
1820 Ashland 20,275 -4.5%
1827 Portsmouth 20,158 -3.3%
1831 Miamisburg 20,143 2.9%
1841 Oregon 20,055 3.9%
1850 Rocky River 19,986 -3.4%
1860 Painesville 19,886 12.7%
1865 Parma Heights 19,790 -8.5%
1868 Norwood 19,776 -8.4%
1896 Sylvania 19,311 1.3%
1912 Broadview Heights 19,102 19.3%
1922 Springboro 18,931 49.9%
1924 Whitehall 18,926 -1.3%
1928 Twinsburg 18,856 10.4%
1949 Berea 18,609 -1.8%
1952 Forest Park 18,583 -4.2%
1959 Mayfield Heights 18,487 -4.3%
1965 Brook Park 18,382 -13.1%
1979 Niles 18,176 -13.0%
1993 Eastlake 18,042 -10.8%
1994 Ashtabula 18,017 -13.8%
2018 Steubenville 17,753 -10.5%
2039 Tiffin 17,582 -3.0%
2045 Tallmadge 17,519 6.5%
2059 New Philadelphia 17,410 1.7%
2079 North Canton 17,176 2.6%
2096 East Cleveland 16,964 -37.5%
2102 Norwalk 16,867 1.5%
2115 Mount Vernon 16,769 6.5%
2128 Defiance 16,634 0.0%
2145 Streetsboro 16,478 33.4%
2158 Aurora 16,338 19.6%
2181 Fairview Park 16,161 -7.8%
2211 Fremont 15,917 -9.4%
2217 Pataskala 15,883 52.9%
2258 Middleburg Heights 15,432 -0.7%
2278 Bay Village 15,194 -5.3%
2297 Vandalia 14,997 2.5%
2326 Worthington 14,692 4.2%
2386 New Franklin 14,133 -2.8%
2391 Willowick 14,105 -1.6%
2393 Washington Court House 14,091 3.7%
2400 Circleville 14,050 4.0%
2406 Monroe 14,015 76.4%
2438 Bexley 13,770 4.4%
2447 Sharonville 13,684 -0.2%
2450 Maumee 13,669 -8.8%
2458 Brecksville 13,604 1.5%
2484 Englewood 13,435 9.5%
2494 Powell 13,375 111.7%
2495 Lyndhurst 13,366 -12.3%
2498 Marietta 13,356 -8.6%
2510 Bellefontaine 13,249 0.7%
2514 Fostoria 13,225 -4.8%
2515 Clayton 13,222 -0.9%
2527 Loveland 13,145 12.1%
2529 Trenton 13,141 48.9%
2534 Warrensville Heights 13,108 -13.0%
2571 West Carrollton 12,864
2582 University Heights 12,797 -9.3%
2589 Wickliffe 12,744 -5.3%
2591 Dover 12,723 3.6%
2605 Greenville 12,615 -7.0%

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