Population of Cities in Vermont (2017)
Vermont has a population of just 624,592 people, making it the 49th most populous state in the country. If counting Washington D.C., Vermont is ranked 50th, with only Wyoming having a smaller population. Burlington is the largest city in the state by population, with just 42,452 residents. There are only three other cities with populations of more than 10,000. Those are South Burlington, Rutland, and Essex Junction. Montpelier, the state capital, has a population of just 7,592 residents, making it the 6th most populous in the state.
There are 255 total municipalities in the state, with just nine incorporated as cities that are independent of their towns and counties. There are 14 total counties throughout the state. At least one city is located within the borders of six of these counties. The least populated of the cities in Vermont is Vergennes in Addison County, which has a population of 2,588 inhabitants.
Vermont has 0 cities with more than a million people, 0 cities with between 100,000 and 1 million people, and 4 cities with between 10,000 and 100,000 people. The largest city in Vermont is Burlington, with a population of 42,452 people.
|Essex Junction village||10,111|
|Bellows Falls village||3,048|
|North Bennington village||1,620|
|Enosburg Falls village||1,305|
|Derby Line village||651|
|North Troy village||594|
|Derby Center village||576|
|Saxtons River village||552|
|Hyde Park village||492|
|Wells River village||394|
|West Burke village||336|
|Old Bennington village||138|