Its population continued to increase, but its annual growth rate dropped from 7.8 percent in 2016 to 3.4 percent in 2017. Redmond's population estimate topped 30,000, reaching 30,011 by last July, while Prineville crossed the 10,000-resident threshold, with an estimate of 10,055.
Among cities nationwide, Chicago lost the third-most number of residents in 2017, behind only Baltimore (a loss of 5,310) and St. Louis (a loss of 4,518).
Some of the other cities with the largest population gains were Phoenix (24,000); Dallas (18,900); Fort Worth, Texas (18,700); Los Angeles (18,600); Seattle (17,500); and Charlotte, North Carolina (15,600).
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As is often the case, the farther out we get from the last true head count - the April 1, 2010 Census - the more the PSU and Census Bureau estimates diverge. Portland grew 11 percent between 2010 and 2017, census data shows.
The report says that on July 1, 2017, Owensboro had an estimated 59,404 residents - up 283 from a year earlier and up 2,139 from 2010. From the peak in 2013, the state's population has dropped 0.4 percent, while the rest of the nation grew by 3.0 percent.More news: Whole Foods Officially Replaces Rewards Program with Amazon Prime Deals
It's a different story for the state's 20 biggest cities.
Still, what was once a flood of population loss over more than five decades has now slowed to a trickle.
"As most of our peer communities and other smaller cities across Kentucky and the USA are declining in population, we are growing in a steady and sustainable manner". It gained 13,470 people for a total 2017 population of 177,286.More news: White House Chimes in on 'Laurel or Yanny' Debate
Eugene grew 8 percent over that period, when it added an estimated 12,486 residents.
"The South and West continue to be the fastest-growing regions in the nation", said Melissa Stefanini, director of the Tennessee State Data Center. New Braunfels and Pflugerville follow Frisco at Nos. When looking at percentage change, 10 of the 15 fastest-growing large cities were located in the South, the bureau said. Its annual projections are issued after researchers review responses to questions posed to city officials across OR in regard to changes in housing stock and "group quarters" populations living in places such as college dormitories, nursing homes and jails.
The population in 2017 was estimated to be 24,941, down from 25,036 in 2016.More news: Texas shooting suspect's dad says son may have been bullied
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