Cities in Addison County, Vermont by Population (2024)

There are 13 cities in Addison County, Vermont.

Note: As defined by the US Census Bureau, a city's official boundaries often extend miles beyond the city itself and may even cross county lines. As such, several thousand US cities officially exist in two or more counties (and therefore appear on multiple counties' lists of cities.)

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City
Rank
State
2024 Population
2020 Census
Annual Change
Density (mi²)
Area (mi²)
Middlebury1Vermont6,8976,929-0.12%48614.18
Vergennes2Vermont2,5692,5550.12%1,0462.46
Brandon3Vermont2,1521,5527.33%7602.83
Bristol4Vermont1,8782,095-2.03%7872.39
Hinesburg5Vermont98559511.05%7921.24
Huntington6Vermont5945840.51%7230.82
East Middlebury7Vermont5753818.7%7870.73
Rochester8Vermont3452477.81%5440.63
Lincoln9Vermont2932256.16%1242.36
New Haven10Vermont1801393.45%672.67
South Lincoln11Vermont1561501.3%662.38
Huntington Center12Vermont104150-6.31%3470.30
Hanksville13Vermont35232.94%2670.13

Note: City markers shown outside the county boundary mean that a part of the city extends into this county, but is primarily located in an adjacent county.

What is the largest city in Addison County, Vermont?

Middlebury is the largest city in Addison County.

What is the smallest city in Addison County, Vermont?

Hanksville is the smallest city in Addison County.

How many cities are in Addison County?

There are 13 cities in Addison County, Vermont.

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