Historical U.S. Census totals for Grand Isle County, Vermont

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This article shows U.S. Census totals for Grand Isle County, Vermont, broken down by municipality, from 1900 to 2000.

Like most areas of New England, Grand Isle County is (and has been at all times since well before the 20th century) entirely divided into incorporated municipalities. There is no unincorporated territory.

There are three types of incorporated municipalities in Vermont: towns, cities and villages. As in the other New England states, towns are the basic unit of municipal government. Cities are independent of and equivalent to towns, but differ in their form of government. Villages overlay towns and assume responsibility for some municipal services within their boundaries. Incorporated villages are not found in any of the other New England states, and are less common in Vermont today than they have been in the past. A number of villages have disincorporated over the years, choosing to revert to full town control; most of those that remain are very small.

The main tables below show municipalities at the town level. For any census, adding up the totals for each town-level municipality should yield the county total. The tables in the New England Historical U.S. Census Totals series differentiate between towns and cities; however, there have never been any cities in Grand Isle County. A separate section follows with population totals for villages from 1930 to 2000.

For more information on the New England municipal system, see New England town.

Corporate changes since 1900[edit]

There have been no changes in Grand Isle County’s town-level municipality roster since 1900.

1900[edit]

County Total: 4,462[1]

  • Alburg 1,474
  • South Hero 917
  • Grand Isle 851
  • North Hero 712
  • Isle La Motte 508

1910[edit]

County Total: 3,761[1]

  • Alburg 1,311
  • Grand Isle 839
  • South Hero 605
  • Isle La Motte 510
  • North Hero 496

1920[edit]

County Total: 3,784[1]

  • Alburg 1,491
  • Grand Isle 808
  • South Hero 606
  • North Hero 494
  • Isle La Motte 385

1930[edit]

County Total: 3,944

  • Alburg 1,609
  • Grand Isle 857
  • South Hero 641
  • North Hero 485
  • Isle La Motte 352

1940[edit]

County Total: 3,802

  • Alburg 1,623
  • Grand Isle 791
  • South Hero 611
  • North Hero 442
  • Isle La Motte 335

1950[edit]

County Total: 3,406

  • Alburg 1,402
  • Grand Isle 735
  • South Hero 567
  • North Hero 407
  • Isle La Motte 295

1960[edit]

County Total: 2,927

  • Alburg 1,123
  • Grand Isle 624
  • South Hero 614
  • North Hero 328
  • Isle La Motte 238

1970[edit]

County Total: 3,574

  • Alburg 1,271
  • South Hero 868
  • Grand Isle 809
  • North Hero 364
  • Isle La Motte 262

1980[edit]

County Total: 4,613

  • Alburg 1,352
  • Grand Isle 1,238
  • South Hero 1,188
  • North Hero 442
  • Isle La Motte 393

1990[edit]

County Total: 5,318

  • Grand Isle 1,642
  • South Hero 1,404
  • Alburg 1,362
  • North Hero 502
  • Isle La Motte 408

2000[edit]

County Total: 6,901

  • Grand Isle 1,955
  • Alburg 1,952
  • South Hero 1,696
  • North Hero 810
  • Isle La Motte 488

Villages[edit]

This section lists census totals for incorporated villages for 1930 through 2000.

As of 1930, Grand Isle County contained one incorporated village:

  • The village of Alburg (inc. 1916), within the town of the same name

1930

  • Alburg 633

1940

  • Alburg 638

1950

  • Alburg 563

1960

  • Alburg 426

1970

  • Alburg 520

1980

  • Alburg 496

1990

  • Alburg 436

2000

  • Alburg 488

See also[edit]

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