List of Micropolitan Statistical Areas of Indiana

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This is a list of micropolitan statistical areas of Indiana. As defined by the United States Census Bureau, a micropolitan area is the area (usually a county or grouping of counties) surrounding and including a core city with population between 10,000 and 49,999 (inclusive). Suburbs of metropolitan areas are generally not considered to be micropolitan core cities, although they can be if they are in another county from the metropolitan core. 2004 population estimates are included for each city and its corresponding micropolitan statistical area.[1]

City Pop. Micropolitan Statistical Area Pop.
Angola 7,795 Steuben County 33,722
Auburn 12,661 DeKalb County 41,524
Bedford 13,570 Lawrence County 46,398
Connersville 14,445 Fayette County 24,934
Crawfordsville 15,088 Montgomery County 37,937
Decatur 9,506 Adams County 33,815
Frankfort 16,441 Clinton County 34,148
Greensburg 10,462 Decatur County 24,970
Huntington 17,040 Huntington County 38,124
Jasper 13,533 Dubois County, Pike County 53,709
Kendallville 9,995 Noble County 47,297
Logansport 19,350 Cass County 40,417
Madison 12,335 Jefferson County 32,110
Marion 30,830 Grant County 71,543
New Castle 18,944 Henry County 47,809
North Vernon 6,454 Jennings County 28,401
Peru 12,856 Miami County 35,955
Plymouth 10,728 Marshall County 46,732
Richmond 37,943 Wayne County 69,778
Scottsburg 6,034 Scott County 23,604
Seymour 18,704 Jackson County 41,959
Vincennes 18,105 Knox County 38,442
Wabash 11,342 Wabash County 34,169
Warsaw 12,672 Kosciusko County 75,667
Washington 11,304 Daviess County 30,245

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  1. ^ U.S. Census Bureau. Table 1 Annual Estimates of the Population of Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas: April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2004. July 1, 2004 Population Estimates For Metropolitan, Micropolitan, And Combined Statistical Areas.