List of cities in Indiana

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Indiana is a state located in the Midwestern United States. Except as noted, all cities are "third-class" cities with a seven-member city council and an elected clerk-treasurer. *Second-class cities had a population of at least 35,000 and up to 600,000 at time of designation, and have a nine-member city council and an elected clerk. **Indianapolis is the only "first-class" city in Indiana under state law (designed to protect its status as the only first class city), subjecting it to Unigov. To become a city of any class, however, a settlement must have a population of at least 2,000.

1 - Indianapolis, Capital and Largest city of Indiana
5 - Carmel
8 - Hammond
9 - Gary
10 - Lafayette
11 - Muncie
2013 Rank City 2013 Estimate[1] 2010 Census[2] Change County
1 Indianapolis 843,393 820,445 +2.80% Marion
2 Fort Wayne 256,496 253,691 +1.11% Allen
3 Evansville 120,310 117,429 +2.45% Vanderburgh
4 South Bend 100,886 101,168 −0.28% St. Joseph
5 Carmel 85,927 79,191 +8.51% Hamilton
6 Fishers 83,891 76,794 +9.24% Hamilton
7 Bloomington 82,575 80,405 +2.70% Monroe
8 Hammond 78,967 80,830 −2.30% Lake
9 Gary 78,450 80,294 −2.30% Lake
10 Lafayette 70,373 67,140 +4.82% Tippecanoe
11 Muncie 70,316 70,085 +0.33% Delaware
12 Terre Haute 61,025 60,785 +0.39% Vigo
13 Kokomo 56,895 45,468 +25.13% Howard
14 Noblesville 56,540 51,969 +8.80% Hamilton
15 Anderson 55,670 56,129 −0.82% Madison
16 Greenwood 53,665 49,791 +7.78% Johnson
17 Elkhart 51,265 50,949 +0.62% Elkhart
18 Mishawaka 47,989 48,252 −0.55% St. Joseph
19 Lawrence 47,135 46,001 +2.47% Marion
20 Jeffersonville 45,929 44,953 +2.17% Clark
21 Columbus 45,775 44,061 +3.89% Bartholomew
22 Portage 36,812 36,828 −0.04% Porter
23 New Albany 36,803 36,372 +1.18% Floyd
24 Richmond 36,345 36,812 −1.27% Wayne
25 Westfield 33,382 30,068 +11.02% Hamilton
26 Valparaiso 32,261 31,730 +1.67% Porter
27 Goshen 32,219 31,719 +1.58% Elkhart
28 Michigan City 31,494 31,479 +0.05% LaPorte
29 West Lafayette 30,875 29,596 +4.32% Tippecanoe
30 Marion 29,558 29,948 −1.30% Grant
31 East Chicago 29,212 29,698 −1.64% Lake
32 Hobart 28,519 29,059 −1.86% Lake
33 Crown Point 28,412 27,317 +4.01% Lake
34 Franklin 24,194 23,712 +2.03% Johnson
35 La Porte 22,010 22,053 −0.19% LaPorte
36 Greenfield 21,249 20,602 +3.14% Hancock
37 Shelbyville 19,253 19,191 +0.32% Shelby
38 Seymour 18,866 17,503 +7.79% Jackson
39 Vincennes 18,069 18,423 −1.92% Knox
40 Logansport 18,034 18,396 −1.97% Cass
41 New Castle 17,694 18,114 −2.32% Henry
42 Huntington 17,210 17,391 −1.04% Huntington
43 Frankfort 16,249 16,422 −1.05% Clinton
44 Crawfordsville 15,995 15,915 +0.50% Montgomery
45 Lebanon 15,781 15,792 −0.07% Boone
46 New Haven 15,474 14,794 +4.60% Allen
47 Jasper 15,309 15,038 +1.80% Dubois
48 Beech Grove 14,470 14,192 +1.96% Marion
49 Warsaw 14,042 13,559 +3.56% Kosciusko
50 Bedford 13,380 13,413 −0.25% Lawrence
51 Connersville 13,253 13,481 −1.69% Fayette
52 Auburn 12,788 12,731 +0.45% DeKalb
53 Lake Station 12,247 12,572 −2.59% Lake
54 Madison 12,049 11,967 +0.69% Jefferson
55 Washington 11,887 11,509 +3.28% Daviess
56 Martinsville 11,855 11,828 +0.23% Morgan
57 Greensburg 11,747 11,492 +2.22% Decatur
58 Peru 11,155 11,417 −2.29% Miami
59 Wabash 10,491 10,666 −1.64% Wabash
60 Greencastle 10,310 10,326 −0.15% Putnam
61 Plymouth 10,034 10,033 +0.01% Marshall
62 Bluffton 9,948 9,897 +0.52% Wells
63 Kendallville 9,894 9,862 +0.32% Noble
64 Decatur 9,418 9,405 +0.14% Adams
65 Columbia City 8,808 8,775 +0.38% Whitley
66 Angola 8,649 8,600 +0.57% Steuben
67 Princeton 8,597 8,635 −0.44% Gibson
68 Elwood 8,514 8,597 −0.97% Madison and Tipton
69 Brazil 8,171 8,067 +1.29% Clay
70 Charlestown 7,990 7,602 +5.10% Clark
71 Tell City 7,292 7,269 +0.32% Perry
72 Scottsburg 6,731 6,775 −0.65% Scott
73 North Vernon 6,703 6,717 −0.21% Jennings
74 Nappanee 6,692 6,648 +0.66% Elkhart and Kosciusko
75 Mount Vernon 6,588 6,678 −1.35% Posey
76 Batesville 6,514 6,521 −0.11% Ripley, Franklin
77 Garrett 6,290 6,292 −0.03% DeKalb
78 Portland 6,261 6,204 +0.92% Jay
79 Salem 6,238 6,325 −1.38% Washington
80 Boonville 6,209 6,252 −0.69% Warrick
81 Rushville 6,204 6,329 −1.98% Rush
82 Rochester 6,105 6,211 −1.71% Fulton
83 Gas City 6,093 6,164 −1.15% Grant
84 Hartford City 6,086 6,219 −2.14% Blackford
85 Huntingburg 6,073 6,054 +0.31% Dubois
86 Rensselaer 5,885 5,928 −0.73% Jasper
87 Linton 5,343 5,413 −1.29% Greene
88 Monticello 5,362 5,386 −0.45% White
89 Alexandria 5,089 5,144 −1.07% Madison
90 Lawrenceburg 5,031 5,047 −0.32% Dearborn
91 Tipton 4,992 5,106 −2.23% Tipton
92 Whiting 4,891 4,994 −2.06% Lake
93 Winchester 4,854 4,954 −2.02% Randolph
94 Clinton 4,781 4,870 −1.83% Vermillion
95 Greendale 4,502 4,525 −0.51% Dearborn
96 Ligonier 4,378 4,967 −11.86% Noble
97 Mitchell 4,305 4,350 −1.03% Lawrence
98 Aurora 3,736 3,755 −0.51% Dearborn
99 Austin 4,225 4,296 −1.65% Scott
100 Sullivan 4,211 4,249 −0.89% Sullivan
101 Berne 4,028 4,002 +0.65% Adams
102 Knox 3,660 3,706 −1.24% Starke
103 Union City 3,513 3,583 −1.95% Randolph
104 Attica 3,174 3,248 −2.28% Fountain
105 Delphi 2,888 2,894 −0.21% Carroll
106 Bicknell 2,886 2,910 −0.82% Knox
107 Loogootee 2,701 2,745 −1.60% Martin
108 Butler 2,681 2,685 −0.15% DeKalb
109 Covington 2,607 2,647 −1.51% Fountain
110 Oakland City 2,432 2,428 +0.16% Gibson
111 Dunkirk 2,370 2,355 +0.64% Blackford, Jay
112 Petersburg 2,362 2,385 −0.96% Pike
113 Rockport 2,261 2,261 0.00% Spencer
114 Rising Sun 2,226 2,293 −2.92% Ohio
115 Jasonville 2,195 2,222 −1.22% Greene
116 Montpelier 1,763 1,804 −2.27% Blackford
117 Southport 1,750 1,712 +2.22% Marion
118 Jonesboro 1,722 1,753 −1.77% Grant
119 Woodburn 1,586 1,526 +3.93% Allen
120 Cannelton 1,552 1,562 −0.64% Perry

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Annual Estimates of the Resident Population for Incorporated Places: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2013". United States Census Bureau. Retrieved 3 December 2014. 
  2. ^ "2010 Census Redistricting Data (Public Law 94-171) Summary File". American FactFinder2. U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census. Retrieved 16 February 2014. 

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