100 Biggest Cities In Indiana For 2020

Using the latest Census data, we detail the 100 biggest cities in Indiana. You can all see a comprehensive list of all 341 cities and places in Indiana.

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We all love the biggest cities that the Hoosier State has to offer. You know the places like Indianapolis and Fort Wayne which make all the headlines.

But there are a bunch of other great large cities in Indiana that don't get as much love.

We're going to change that right now.

Using the most recent Census data, we can tell you about all the places in Indiana with a focus on the biggest. We update the data each year and this is our fourth time doing this.

You can click here to see a full table of the full of the 100 biggest cities in Indiana, along with every other place over 1,000 people big. It is sortable by clicking on the headers.

Read on below to see more on the biggest cities. Or for more reading on places to live in Indiana, check out:

How We Determined The Largest Cities In Indiana

We've been ranking and dissecting cities in the Hoosier State for over 4 years now -- making this actually the fourth time we've run the numbers. We always use the best data, the US Census. In this case, that means we are using the 2013-2017 American Community Survey.

It what is probably the most simple analysis we run each year, we ranked every place in Indiana from biggest to smallest. The biggest city this year? That would be Indianapolis.

The smallest? Wolcottville, although there are places smaller than 1,000 people not listed here, so keep that in mind as we take a look at the top ten.

Indianapolis, IN
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Overall SnackAbility
4
/10

Rank Last Year: 1 (No Change)
Population: 857,637
Population 2010: 809,804
Growth: 5.9%
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Indianapolis is the capital and most populous city of the U.S. state of Indiana and the seat of Marion County. It is in the East North Central region of the Midwestern United States. With an estimated population of 855,164 in 2016, Indianapolis is the second most populous city in the Midwest and 15th most populous in the U.S. The city is the economic and cultural center of the Indianapolis metropolitan area, home to 2 million people, the 34th most populous metropolitan statistical area in the U.S. Its combined statistical area ranks 27th, with 2.38 million inhabitants. Indianapolis covers 368 square miles, making it the 16th largest city by land area in the U.S.

Review Of Indianapolis by HomeSnacks User

Indianapolis is a terribly boring city, perhaps the mosy boring major city in the US. The crime is not too badit's not an unsafe city except in a few small areas. The schools in the suburbs are good; inside the city they're variable. The housing stock is inexpensive but pretty boring.

Indy has a few good bars and restaurants. Otherwise, it's lame, man. Super lame. Although long-time residents seem to like it. Maybe they don't know any better-


Fort Wayne, IN
Source: Public domain
Overall SnackAbility
6
/10

Rank Last Year: 2 (No Change)
Population: 264,052
Population 2010: 253,721
Growth: 4.1%
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Coordinates: 410449.62N 850820.94W 41.0804500; -85.1391500

Review Of Fort Wayne by HomeSnacks User

Fort Wayne is great if you want a low cost of housing, reasonable jobs, have children, love to go to church, and don't mind terrible weather. It's terrible in every other way. It's backward, polluted, close-minded, boring, and the weather is truly some of the worst in the country. I lived most of my life there. Finally left and moved to Hawaii! Most people stay in Indiana because of family, or because they are afraid of the outside world.

What stood out- First and foremost: the weather. I cannot *stress* to you how bad the weather is. The year before we left, the winter low got down to -16; the next summer, we hit 111. Seriously. I was so out of shape, 30+ pounds over weight, because YOU CANNOT BE OUTSIDE most times of the year!

Some people are nice, but it's a bit like little Chicago. There is more road-rage in this small city than there needs to be. The water quality is not good, and the air quality is worse. People here are generally very unhappy, and LOVE to gossip. WHY- because there's nothing else to do.

On the plus side, it's easy to survive there. Housing is relatively inexpensive, groceries are cheap, gas is reasonable. Utilities are actually on the expensive side. There are some decent restaurants. The arts and cultural scene is bland, but at least they attempt to create something given the geographic isolation.

Mostly, what stands out to me is simply the feeling of desolation and hopelessness that I felt when I lived there.


Evansville, IN
Source: Public domain
Overall SnackAbility
5
/10

Rank Last Year: 3 (No Change)
Population: 118,952
Population 2010: 118,186
Growth: 0.6%
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Evansville is a city in and the county seat of Vanderburgh County, Indiana, United States. The population was 117,429 at the 2010 census, making it the state's third-most populous city after Indianapolis and Fort Wayne, the largest city in Southern Indiana, and the 232nd-most populous city in the United States. It is the commercial, medical, and cultural hub of Southwestern Indiana and the Illinois-Indiana-Kentucky tri-state area, home to over 911,000 people. The 38th parallel crosses the north side of the city and is marked on Interstate 69.

South Bend, IN
Overall SnackAbility
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Rank Last Year: 4 (No Change)
Population: 102,233
Population 2010: 102,073
Growth: 0.2%
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South Bend is a city in and the county seat of St. Joseph County, Indiana, United States, on the St. Joseph River near its southernmost bend, from which it derives its name. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total of 101,168 residents; its Metropolitan Statistical Area had a population of 318,586 and Combined Statistical Area of 721,296. It is the fourth-largest city in Indiana, serving as the economic and cultural hub of Northern Indiana. The highly ranked University of Notre Dame is located just to the north in unincorporated Notre Dame, Indiana and is an integral contributor to the region's economy.

Review Of South Bend by HomeSnacks User

Guys its not that bad and its actually really LGBT friendly! For one, our Mayor (Pete, you may have heard of him

They have first Fridays downtown every first Friday of a month and those are almost always a great time!

Art beat is a summer street fair held usually the first Friday of July. SUPER fun weekend.

Other fun summer activitys include our WHITE WATER RAFTING! pottery painting, the beautiful river lights, walking at our many parks or college campuses, or enjoying fresh fudge at our huge chocolate store!

The theater community is AMAZING! The Morris performing arts center hosts many professional touring shows and the local South Bend Civic Theater has OUTSTANDING productions and those are just two of the local theaters!

I rest my case.


Carmel, IN
Overall SnackAbility
10
/10

Rank Last Year: 5 (No Change)
Population: 90,163
Population 2010: 76,771
Growth: 17.4%
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Carmel is a suburban city in Hamilton County, Indiana, United States, located immediately north of Indianapolis. It has been one of the fastest-growing communities in the country. In 2012, Carmel was selected as the "Best Place to Live in the United States" by CNN Money magazine, and received the same designation by Niche.com in 2017. The population was 79,191 as of the 2010 and was estimated to be 91,065 in 2016 by the US Census Bureau, making it the fifth-largest city in Indiana.

Review Of Carmel by HomeSnacks User

I know someone who moved to Carmel and she thinks she's above everybody else. The only reason she lives there is she rents. She married a much older guy who she thinks has lots of money. When that well runs dry, she'll be off to find number 6.


Fishers, IN
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Rank Last Year: 6 (No Change)
Population: 88,717
Population 2010: 71,746
Growth: 23.7%
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Fishers is a city in Fall Creek and Delaware townships, Hamilton County, Indiana, United States. As of the 2010 census the population was 76,794, and by 2016 the estimated population was 90,127. A suburb of Indianapolis, Fishers has grown rapidly in recent decades: about 350 people lived there in 1963, 2,000 in 1980, and only 7,500 as recently as 1990.

Bloomington, IN
Overall SnackAbility
7
/10

Rank Last Year: 7 (No Change)
Population: 84,058
Population 2010: 78,490
Growth: 7.1%
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Bloomington is a city in and the county seat of Monroe County in the southern region of the U.S. state of Indiana. It is the seventh-largest city in Indiana and the fourth-largest outside the Indianapolis metropolitan area. According to the Monroe County History Center, Bloomington is known as the "Gateway to Scenic Southern Indiana." The city was established in 1818 by a group of settlers from Kentucky, Tennessee, the Carolinas, and Virginia who were so impressed with "a haven of blooms" that they called it Bloomington.

Hammond, IN
Overall SnackAbility
4
/10

Rank Last Year: 8 (No Change)
Population: 77,071
Population 2010: 81,312
Growth: -5.2%
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Hammond is a city in Lake County, Indiana, United States. It is part of the Chicago metropolitan area. First settled in the mid-19th century, it is one of the oldest cities of northern Lake County. As of the 2010 United States census, it is also the largest in population: the 2010 population was 80,830, replacing Gary as the most populous city in Lake County. From north to south, Hammond runs from Lake Michigan down to the Little Calumet River; from east to west along its southern border, it runs from the Illinois state line to Cline Avenue. The city is traversed by numerous railroads and expressways, including the South Shore Line, Borman Expressway, and Indiana Toll Road.

Review Of Hammond by HomeSnacks User

I have lived here for over 15 years and have seen significant improvements in school and crime the past 4 years. The police now have a Blue net that helps them deal with a lot of the criminals coming from the 2 worst cities to share a border with E.C. and Gary. This city has a extremely great support for the elderly and they have a great college bound program for students of property owners.

Favorite thing about Hammond is the great variety of things to eat and vast community events that include the whole family along with some great bike trails.


Gary, IN
Overall SnackAbility
3
/10

Rank Last Year: 9 (No Change)
Population: 76,677
Population 2010: 84,407
Growth: -9.2%
More on Gary: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Gary is a city in Lake County, Indiana, United States, 25 miles from downtown Chicago, Illinois.

Review Of Gary by HomeSnacks User

Gary is famous for its terrible crime and the destruction of the city. But I still have a soft spot in my heart about it because I grew up there

Back in the day, it was a friendly and vibrant town. Nowadays, people are afraid to go there and the population is shrinking.


Lafayette, IN
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Overall SnackAbility
6
/10

Rank Last Year: 10 (No Change)
Population: 72,444
Population 2010: 66,148
Growth: 9.5%
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Lafayette is a city in and the county seat of Tippecanoe County, Indiana, United States, located 63 miles northwest of Indianapolis and 105 miles southeast of Chicago. West Lafayette, on the other side of the Wabash River, is home to Purdue University, which contributes significantly to both communities. Together, Lafayette and West Lafayette form the core of the Lafayette, Indiana Metropolitan Statistical Area. According to the 2010 United States Census, the population of Lafayette was 67,140, roughly a 19% increase from 56,397 in 2000. Meanwhile, the 2010 U.S. Census pegged the year-round population of West Lafayette at 29,596 and a Tippecanoe County population of 172,780.

Now on to numbers 11-100 Biggest in Indiana

We hope that you find the big city, or really any city, that's right for you. Below is a list of the rest of the biggest cities along with every other place in Indiana.

Have fun snacking around in the Hoosier State!

For more reading on Indiana, check out:

Detailed List Of The Biggest Cities In Indiana

Rank City Current Population 2010 Growth
1 Indianapolis 857,637 809,804 5.9%
2 Fort Wayne 264,052 253,721 4.1%
3 Evansville 118,952 118,186 0.6%
4 South Bend 102,233 102,073 0.2%
5 Carmel 90,163 76,771 17.4%
6 Fishers 88,717 71,746 23.7%
7 Bloomington 84,058 78,490 7.1%
8 Hammond 77,071 81,312 -5.2%
9 Gary 76,677 84,407 -9.2%
10 Lafayette 72,444 66,148 9.5%
11 Muncie 69,164 70,017 -1.2%
12 Noblesville 61,558 48,712 26.4%
13 Terre Haute 60,691 60,440 0.4%
14 Kokomo 57,947 45,886 26.3%
15 Greenwood 56,791 47,565 19.4%
16 Anderson 54,788 56,767 -3.5%
17 Elkhart 52,308 51,837 0.9%
18 Mishawaka 48,926 47,891 2.2%
19 Lawrence 48,405 44,424 9.0%
20 Columbus 47,227 43,314 9.0%
21 West Lafayette 47,224 29,344 60.9%
22 Jeffersonville 47,175 42,148 11.9%
23 Westfield 37,769 0 nan%
24 Portage 36,859 36,291 1.6%
25 New Albany 36,512 36,434 0.2%
26 Richmond 35,653 37,125 -4.0%
27 Merrillville 35,032 34,428 1.8%
28 Goshen 33,915 31,261 8.5%
29 Valparaiso 32,916 30,990 6.2%
30 Plainfield 32,045 26,643 20.3%
31 Michigan City 31,251 31,613 -1.1%
32 Granger 30,815 28,365 8.6%
33 Crown Point 29,368 26,078 12.6%
34 Schererville 28,698 28,478 0.8%
35 East Chicago 28,448 30,218 -5.9%
36 Hobart 28,309 28,389 -0.3%
37 Marion 28,118 30,703 -8.4%
38 Zionsville 26,209 13,444 94.9%
39 Brownsburg 25,264 20,573 22.8%
40 Franklin 24,813 22,508 10.2%
41 Munster 22,840 23,254 -1.8%
42 Highland 22,743 23,710 -4.1%
43 La Porte 21,874 22,192 -1.4%
44 Greenfield 21,871 19,732 10.8%
45 Clarksville 21,336 22,947 -7.0%
46 Seymour 19,357 17,922 8.0%
47 Shelbyville 18,898 18,877 0.1%
48 Logansport 18,141 18,098 0.2%
49 Vincennes 17,607 18,369 -4.1%
50 New Castle 17,402 18,206 -4.4%
51 Avon 17,169 11,653 47.3%
52 Huntington 17,147 17,479 -1.9%
53 St. John 16,839 13,733 22.6%
54 Griffith 16,377 16,959 -3.4%
55 Frankfort 16,186 16,459 -1.7%
56 Crawfordsville 16,053 15,893 1.0%
57 New Haven 16,047 13,857 15.8%
58 Dyer 16,006 15,957 0.3%
59 Lebanon 15,816 15,769 0.3%
60 Jasper 15,765 14,572 8.2%
61 Warsaw 15,062 13,381 12.6%
62 Beech Grove 14,912 14,027 6.3%
63 Chesterton 13,899 13,154 5.7%
64 Bedford 13,285 13,516 -1.7%
65 Auburn 13,162 12,482 5.4%
66 Connersville 13,069 13,616 -4.0%
67 Cedar Lake 12,242 11,136 9.9%
68 Speedway 12,188 11,931 2.2%
69 Washington 12,069 11,411 5.8%
70 Lake Station 12,059 12,833 -6.0%
71 Madison 11,890 11,986 -0.8%
72 Greensburg 11,712 11,190 4.7%
73 Martinsville 11,646 11,936 -2.4%
74 Peru 11,460 11,563 -0.9%
75 Yor 11,178 9,227 21.1%
76 Greencastle 10,461 10,357 1.0%
77 Decatur 10,331 9,901 4.3%
78 Wabash 10,184 10,847 -6.1%
79 Plymouth 9,996 10,044 -0.5%
80 Bluffton 9,855 9,531 3.4%
81 Danville 9,791 8,692 12.6%
82 Mooresville 9,604 9,348 2.7%
83 Lowell 9,546 8,964 6.5%
84 Kendallville 9,522 9,666 -1.5%
85 Columbia City 9,084 8,207 10.7%
86 Sellersburg 9,013 6,115 47.4%
87 Angola 8,645 8,424 2.6%
88 Princeton 8,627 8,631 0.0%
89 Elwood 8,449 8,885 -4.9%
90 Brazil 8,288 7,532 10.0%
91 Charlestown 8,134 7,472 8.9%
92 Tell City 7,270 7,367 -1.3%
93 Lakes Of The Four Seasons 7,243 7,548 -4.0%
94 Whitestown 7,220 1,915 277.0%
95 Bargersville 6,950 3,888 78.8%
96 Nappanee 6,872 6,742 1.9%
97 Hunte 6,787 4,702 44.3%
98 Scottsburg 6,696 6,672 0.4%
99 North Vernon 6,662 6,365 4.7%
100 Garrett 6,661 5,919 12.5%
101 Huntingburg 6,634 5,821 14.0%
102 Ellettsville 6,602 6,159 7.2%
103 Notre Dame 6,584 7,429 -11.4%
104 Batesville 6,555 6,436 1.8%
105 Mccordsville 6,523 4,187 55.8%
106 Mount Vernon 6,513 6,788 -4.1%
107 Westville 6,343 5,705 11.2%
108 Boonville 6,337 6,332 0.1%
109 Salem 6,181 6,338 -2.5%
110 Rushville 6,149 6,681 -8.0%
111 Dunlap 6,115 5,805 5.3%
112 Rochester 6,043 6,209 -2.7%
113 Portland 5,996 6,500 -7.8%
114 New Whiteland 5,955 5,338 11.6%
115 Hartford City 5,929 6,491 -8.7%
116 North Manchester 5,917 5,973 -0.9%
117 Gas City 5,844 5,910 -1.1%
118 Cumberland 5,792 5,785 0.1%
119 Rensselaer 5,757 6,248 -7.9%
120 Bright 5,649 5,266 7.3%
121 Winfield 5,543 3,956 40.1%
122 Hidden Valley 5,449 5,070 7.5%
123 Monticello 5,282 5,430 -2.7%
124 Linton 5,262 5,456 -3.6%
125 South Haven 5,159 5,333 -3.3%
126 Tipton 5,137 5,185 -0.9%
127 Simonton Lake 5,121 5,042 1.6%
128 Alexandria 5,025 5,300 -5.2%
129 Lawrenceburg 4,979 4,995 -0.3%
130 Winchester 4,924 4,918 0.1%
131 Winona Lake 4,921 4,746 3.7%
132 Cicero 4,861 4,783 1.6%
133 Whiting 4,845 5,021 -3.5%
134 Porter 4,833 4,914 -1.6%
135 Clinton 4,743 4,945 -4.1%
136 Edinburgh 4,671 3,906 19.6%
137 Ligonier 4,654 4,286 8.6%
138 Roselawn 4,599 3,807 20.8%
139 Bremen 4,519 4,598 -1.7%
140 North Terre Haute 4,498 4,658 -3.4%
141 Fortville 4,460 3,826 16.6%
142 Whiteland 4,394 4,219 4.1%
143 Mitchell 4,270 4,488 -4.9%
144 Pendleton 4,213 4,419 -4.7%
145 Greendale 4,165 4,560 -8.7%
146 Sullivan 4,109 4,316 -4.8%
147 De Motte 4,026 3,735 7.8%
148 Berne 3,962 4,074 -2.7%
149 Austin 3,879 4,101 -5.4%
150 Melody Hill 3,809 3,455 10.2%
151 Leo-Cedarville 3,767 3,464 8.7%
152 Paoli 3,697 4,015 -7.9%
153 Hebron 3,690 3,510 5.1%
154 Aurora 3,678 3,671 0.2%
155 Knox 3,609 3,694 -2.3%
156 Middlebury 3,572 3,364 6.2%
157 Upland 3,537 4,125 -14.3%
158 Hanover 3,504 3,376 3.8%
159 Chandler 3,424 2,841 20.5%
160 Union City 3,396 3,683 -7.8%
161 Ossian 3,361 3,526 -4.7%
162 Pittsboro 3,298 2,725 21.0%
163 Smithville-Sanders 3,285 2,496 31.6%
164 Newburgh 3,253 3,258 -0.2%
165 Georg 3,231 2,756 17.2%
166 Attica 3,196 3,269 -2.2%
167 Heritage Lake 3,152 2,604 21.0%
168 Delphi 3,139 3,112 0.9%
169 Corydon 3,125 3,073 1.7%
170 Country Squire Lakes 3,067 3,592 -14.6%
171 Bicknell 3,003 3,235 -7.2%
172 Fort Branch 2,998 2,927 2.4%
173 Brown 2,945 2,933 0.4%
174 Syracuse 2,883 2,877 0.2%
175 Fairmount 2,871 2,797 2.6%
176 Sheridan 2,847 2,692 5.8%
177 Lagrange 2,796 2,749 1.7%
178 Shorewood Forest 2,742 3,015 -9.1%
179 Butler 2,729 2,834 -3.7%
180 Winamac 2,710 2,678 1.2%
181 Rockville 2,620 2,649 -1.1%
182 Santa Claus 2,601 2,592 0.3%
183 Gree 2,564 1,992 28.7%
184 Centerville 2,562 2,547 0.6%
185 Loogootee 2,560 2,974 -13.9%
186 Osceola 2,558 2,365 8.2%
187 Middl 2,554 2,318 10.2%
188 Brookville 2,546 2,682 -5.1%
189 Albion 2,472 2,716 -9.0%
190 Petersburg 2,472 2,406 2.7%
191 Grissom Afb 2,452 1,830 34.0%
192 Hope 2,441 1,866 30.8%
193 Covington 2,424 2,482 -2.3%
194 Rockport 2,419 2,033 19.0%
195 Chesterfield 2,336 2,608 -10.4%
196 Lapel 2,327 2,357 -1.3%
197 Ingalls 2,282 1,903 19.9%
198 Fowler 2,282 2,299 -0.7%
199 Spencer 2,272 2,517 -9.7%
200 Knight 2,270 2,112 7.5%
201 Oakland City 2,259 2,349 -3.8%
202 Orleans 2,249 1,925 16.8%
203 Walkerton 2,240 2,297 -2.5%
204 New Palestine 2,235 2,253 -0.8%
205 Fremont 2,223 2,189 1.6%
206 Waterloo 2,222 2,181 1.9%
207 West Terre Haute 2,216 1,876 18.1%
208 Avilla 2,204 2,217 -0.6%
209 Edgewood 2,156 2,126 1.4%
210 Bloomfield 2,126 2,403 -11.5%
211 Salt Creek Commons 2,125 2,198 -3.3%
212 Dunkirk 2,111 2,437 -13.4%
213 Henryville 2,106 2,201 -4.3%
214 Rising Sun 2,091 2,478 -15.6%
215 Veedersburg 2,059 2,035 1.2%
216 North Judson 2,057 1,731 18.8%
217 Versailles 2,039 1,763 15.7%
218 Trail Creek 2,019 1,977 2.1%
219 Albany 2,005 2,129 -5.8%
220 Ferdinand 2,000 2,157 -7.3%
221 Wakarusa 1,983 1,828 8.5%
222 Frankton 1,980 1,942 2.0%
223 Kouts 1,972 1,833 7.6%
224 Flora 1,968 2,147 -8.3%
225 Milan 1,958 1,693 15.7%
226 Shadeland 1,943 1,579 23.1%
227 New Carlisle 1,911 1,840 3.9%
228 Monon 1,906 1,555 22.6%
229 Osgood 1,886 1,741 8.3%
230 Liberty 1,881 2,040 -7.8%
231 Cambridge City 1,861 1,997 -6.8%
232 Kentland 1,853 1,997 -7.2%
233 Southport 1,848 1,589 16.3%
234 Bourbon 1,843 1,797 2.6%
235 Roanoke 1,842 1,806 2.0%
236 North Liberty 1,842 1,569 17.4%
237 Montpelier 1,837 1,404 30.8%
238 South Whitley 1,837 2,026 -9.3%
239 Meridian Hills 1,834 1,630 12.5%
240 Eaton 1,833 1,888 -2.9%
241 French Lick 1,832 1,921 -4.6%
242 Cloverdale 1,831 2,335 -21.6%
243 Hager 1,826 1,663 9.8%
244 Williamsport 1,814 2,436 -25.5%
245 Churubusco 1,800 1,910 -5.8%
246 Argos 1,795 1,570 14.3%
247 Crothersville 1,755 1,797 -2.3%
248 Jasonville 1,749 2,324 -24.7%
249 Rossville 1,700 1,450 17.2%
250 Lake Dalecarlia 1,690 1,514 11.6%
251 Battle Ground 1,665 1,466 13.6%
252 Princes Lakes 1,659 1,172 41.6%
253 New Chicago 1,653 2,108 -21.6%
254 New Pekin 1,647 1,703 -3.3%
255 Woodburn 1,644 1,557 5.6%
256 Tri-Lakes 1,643 1,649 -0.4%
257 Daleville 1,636 2,080 -21.3%
258 Warren Park 1,622 1,387 16.9%
259 Burns Harbor 1,605 1,252 28.2%
260 Fish Lake 1,596 895 78.3%
261 Haubstadt 1,596 2,491 -35.9%
262 Bristol 1,577 1,633 -3.4%
263 Dayton 1,569 958 63.8%
264 Galena 1,566 1,880 -16.7%
265 Redkey 1,561 1,250 24.9%
266 Dillsboro 1,551 1,343 15.5%
267 Hudson Lake 1,549 1,344 15.3%
268 Cannelton 1,541 1,334 15.5%
269 Harlan 1,540 1,824 -15.6%
270 Koontz Lake 1,538 1,623 -5.2%
271 Odon 1,526 1,685 -9.4%
272 Monrovia 1,500 910 64.8%
273 Vevay 1,493 1,994 -25.1%
274 Hamilton 1,466 1,599 -8.3%
275 Aberdeen 1,463 2,186 -33.1%
276 Geneva 1,459 1,228 18.8%
277 Brookston 1,456 1,880 -22.6%
278 Sweetser 1,452 863 68.3%
279 Milford 1,444 1,576 -8.4%
280 Dale 1,442 1,763 -18.2%
281 Bass Lake 1,430 1,419 0.8%
282 Thor 1,429 1,435 -0.4%
283 New Paris 1,409 1,311 7.5%
284 Brooklyn 1,403 1,458 -3.8%
285 Clermont 1,401 1,376 1.8%
286 Markle 1,399 1,224 14.3%
287 Arcadia 1,370 1,492 -8.2%
288 Morristown 1,358 1,030 31.8%
289 Owensville 1,356 1,546 -12.3%
290 Remington 1,350 1,284 5.1%
291 Palmyra 1,350 696 94.0%
292 Nashville 1,349 849 58.9%
293 Shelburn 1,339 1,501 -10.8%
294 Parker City 1,327 1,209 9.8%
295 Grabill 1,325 1,000 32.5%
296 Westport 1,324 1,227 7.9%
297 Kingsford Heights 1,320 1,579 -16.4%
298 Jonesboro 1,311 1,579 -17.0%
299 Converse 1,303 1,310 -0.5%
300 Walton 1,296 846 53.2%
301 Mulberry 1,290 1,200 7.5%
302 Farmland 1,290 1,570 -17.8%
303 Warren 1,288 1,182 9.0%
304 Trafalgar 1,286 1,099 17.0%
305 Farmersburg 1,284 1,076 19.3%
306 Darmstadt 1,272 1,323 -3.9%
307 Patoka 1,233 939 31.3%
308 Wanatah 1,226 1,077 13.8%
309 Cordry Sweetwater Lakes 1,224 1,190 2.9%
310 North Webster 1,212 1,160 4.5%
311 Culver 1,211 1,444 -16.1%
312 Cayuga 1,202 1,188 1.2%
313 Rome City 1,197 1,395 -14.2%
314 Akron 1,196 1,212 -1.3%
315 Mentone 1,193 721 65.5%
316 Monroeville 1,185 961 23.3%
317 Oolitic 1,184 1,361 -13.0%
318 Ladoga 1,179 955 23.5%
319 Worthington 1,178 1,943 -39.4%
320 Sunman 1,176 1,223 -3.8%
321 Borden 1,171 796 47.1%
322 Fairview Park 1,167 1,367 -14.6%
323 St. Paul 1,166 1,034 12.8%
324 Oxford 1,165 1,149 1.4%
325 Galveston 1,163 1,305 -10.9%
326 Lynn 1,135 1,179 -3.7%
327 Ogden Dunes 1,123 1,226 -8.4%
328 Long Beach 1,108 1,462 -24.2%
329 Lake Holiday 1,102 1,106 -0.4%
330 Wolcott 1,095 1,094 0.1%
331 Goodland 1,072 1,202 -10.8%
332 Poseyville 1,070 1,084 -1.3%
333 Morocco 1,067 878 21.5%
334 Brook 1,065 1,072 -0.7%
335 Ashley 1,061 1,096 -3.2%
336 Wayn 1,042 1,027 1.5%
337 Otterbein 1,036 1,124 -7.8%
338 Russiaville 1,032 1,210 -14.7%
339 Morga 1,030 1,062 -3.0%
340 Topeka 1,022 1,257 -18.7%
341 Wolcottville 1,021 977 4.5%

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