Category Archives: Georgia Population by City

The population of Georgia in 2021 is 10,830,000, a 3.03% increase from 2020. The population density is 188 people per mi². Please click the following links to see current population of each city and town in the state of Georgia.

Unadilla, GA Population

Population: 2,772. Estimated population in 2021: 2,879 (+3.9% change) Males: 1,855 (66.9%), Females: 917 (33.1%) Dooly County Zip code: 31091 Median resident age: 35.7 years Median household income: $22,250 Median house value: $47,900 Races in Unadilla: Black (62.1%) White Non-Hispanic (33.8%) Hispanic (3.0%) Other race (1.7%) Two or more races (0.9%) American Indian (0.7%) Asian… Read More »

Union City, GA Population

Union City is located in Fulton County and was incorporated on August 17, 1908 when the city was in Campbell County. Campbell County went bankrupt during the Great Depression and merged with Fulton County. Prior to the incorporation of Union City, District Attorney Carmichael was instrumental in convincing the Farmer’s Union to locate its national… Read More »

Union Point, GA Population

Population: 1,669. Estimated population in 2021: 1,645 (-1.4% change) Males: 769 (46.1%), Females: 900 (53.9%) Zip code: 30669 Median resident age: 36.9 years Median household income: $26,384 Median house value: $51,400 Races in Union Point: White Non-Hispanic (50.9%) Black (46.4%) Hispanic (2.1%) Other race (0.8%) Two or more races (0.7%) Filipino (0.5%) Ancestries: United States… Read More »

Uvalda, GA Population

Population: 530. Estimated population in 2021: 551 (+4.0% change) Males: 250 (47.2%), Females: 280 (52.8%) Montgomery County Zip code: 30473 Median resident age: 35.4 years Median household income: $31,513 Median house value: $37,100 Races in Uvalda: White Non-Hispanic (59.1%) Black (38.5%) Hispanic (1.5%) Two or more races (1.3%) American Indian (0.8%) Ancestries: United States (20.8%),… Read More »

Valdosta, GA Population

Valdosta, the county seat of Lowndes County, was incorporated on December 7, 1860. Upon its incorporation, the county seat was moved from Troupville to Valdosta. The city was named for Governor George Troup’s country homes and comes from the Italian word Val D’ Osta. Valdosta is nicknamed the “Naval Stores Capital of the World” because… Read More »

Varnell, GA Population

Population: 1,491 Males: 717 (48.1%), Females: 774 (51.9%) Whitfield County Median resident age: 32.4 years Median household income: $46,875 Median house value: $88,100 Races in Varnell: White Non-Hispanic (87.9%) Hispanic (5.2%) Black (4.8%) Other race (3.6%) Two or more races (2.5%) American Indian (1.5%) (Total can be greater than 100% because Hispanics could be counted… Read More »

Vidalia, GA Population

Vidalia, incorporated as a town in 1892, is the largest city in Toombs County. The creation of the city was due to the arrival of the Savannah, Americus, and Montgomery Railroad opening in Vidal. The daughter of the railroad president gave Vidal the name, which means “by way of the dahlias”. Vidalia is famous for… Read More »

Vienna, GA Population

Vienna, the county seat of Dooly County, was named after the capital of Austria. Vienna had a history long before its incorporation on February 8, 1854. The city’s original name was Berrien, which was changed in 1840 to Centerville, then later to its current name. The Dooly County courthouse was constructed between 1890 and 1892… Read More »

Villa Rica, GA Population

Population: 4,134. Estimated population in 2021: 9,897 (+139.4% change) Males: 2,000 (48.4%), Females: 2,134 (51.6%) Carroll County Zip code: 30180 Median resident age: 32.5 years Median household income: $31,161 Median house value: $81,600 Races in Villa Rica: White Non-Hispanic (78.1%) Black (17.9%) Hispanic (2.2%) American Indian (1.2%) Other race (1.1%) Two or more races (0.6%)… Read More »

Waco, GA Population

Population: 469. Estimated population in 2021: 506 (+7.9% change) Males: 251 (53.5%), Females: 218 (46.5%) Haralson County Zip code: 30182 Median resident age: 35.4 years Median household income: $31,667 Median house value: $65,600 Races in Waco: White Non-Hispanic (97.0%) Black (1.5%) Other race (0.9%) American Indian (0.6%) Ancestries: United States (37.5%), Irish (15.1%), German (7.2%),… Read More »

Wadley, GA Population

Population: 2,088. Estimated population in 2021: 2,016 (-3.4% change) Males: 924 (44.3%), Females: 1,164 (55.7%) Jefferson County Zip code: 30477 Median resident age: 33.5 years Median household income: $15,300 Median house value: $34,400 Races in Wadley: Black (77.1%) White Non-Hispanic (19.9%) Hispanic (2.5%) Other race (1.9%) Two or more races (0.5%) Ancestries: United States (5.3%),… Read More »

Waleska, GA Population

Population: 616. Estimated population in 2021: 816 (+32.5% change) Males: 269 (43.7%), Females: 347 (56.3%) Cherokee County Zip code: 30183 Median resident age: 20.7 years Median household income: $46,071 Median house value: $103,100 Races in Waleska: White Non-Hispanic (87.8%) Two or more races (4.5%) Black (3.9%) American Indian (3.9%) Hispanic (2.6%) Other race (0.8%) Japanese… Read More »

Walthourville, GA Population

Population: 4,030. Estimated population in 2021: 3,631 (-9.9% change) Males: 1,994 (49.5%), Females: 2,036 (50.5%) Liberty County Zip code: 31333 Median resident age: 24.4 years Median household income: $32,359 Median house value: $74,700 Races in Walthourville: Black (55.1%) White Non-Hispanic (35.0%) Hispanic (6.4%) Other race (3.0%) Two or more races (2.8%) American Indian (1.4%) (Total… Read More »

Warm Springs, GA Population

Population: 485. Estimated population in 2021: 479 (-1.2% change) Males: 187 (38.6%), Females: 298 (61.4%) Meriwether County Zip code: 31830 Median resident age: 44.6 years Median household income: $29,375 Median house value: $81,800 Races in Warm Springs: White Non-Hispanic (67.2%) Black (31.8%) Two or more races (1.0%) Ancestries: United States (12.2%), English (6.4%), Irish (4.1%),… Read More »

Warner Robins, GA Population

A relatively young city, Warner Robins was incorporated on March 5, 1943. Warner Robins is nicknamed “The International City” and is the largest city in the county. The city is named for a former officer in the Air Force, General Augustine Warner Robins. Also located in the city is Robins Air Force Base, the largest… Read More »

Warrenton, GA Population

Warrenton, the county seat of Warren County, was incorporated as a town on December 8, 1810. The city and the county are named for General Joseph Warren, a Revolutionary War hero who was killed in the Battle of Bunker Hill. The Burkhalter Home, located in Warrenton, is said to be the first colonial home in… Read More »

Warwick, GA Population

Population: 430. Estimated population in 2021: 419 (-2.6% change) Males: 197 (45.8%), Females: 233 (54.2%) Worth County Zip code: 31796 Median resident age: 34.5 years Median household income: $30,208 Median house value: $46,200 Races in Warwick: Black (61.2%) White Non-Hispanic (37.7%) Ancestries: United States (9.5%), English (5.6%), Subsaharan African (4.7%), Irish (3.0%), Scotch-Irish (1.6%). Elevation:… Read More »

Washington, GA Population

Washington, named in honor of President George Washington, was incorporated as a town in 1804. This county seat of Wilkes County has more antebellum homes than any other city of its size in the state. The county courthouse in Washington was constructed in 1904 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Washington… Read More »

Watkinsville, GA Population

Watkinsville, the county seat of Oconee County, was incorporated as a town December 14, 1815. At one time, Watkinsville was the county seat of Clarke County until it moved to the present site of Athens. The Elder Mill Covered Bridge, south of Watkinsville, is one of only a few remaining covered bridges in Georgia. Built… Read More »

Waverly Hall, GA Population

Population: 709. Estimated population in 2021: 774 (+9.2% change) Males: 312 (44.0%), Females: 397 (56.0%) Harris County Zip code: 31831 Median resident age: 46.2 years Median household income: $30,250 Median house value: $80,000 Races in Waverly Hall: White Non-Hispanic (50.6%) Black (47.5%) Two or more races (0.7%) Hispanic (0.6%) Korean (0.6%) Ancestries: United States (9.0%),… Read More »

Waycross, GA Population

Waycross was incorporated as the county seat of Ware County on March 3, 1874. Waycross, originally known as Tebeauville, gets its name from the city’s location at key railroad junctions. Lines from six directions meet at the city. Its name signifies its strategic position where “Ways Cross”. In colonial days, it was the hub of… Read More »

Waynesboro, GA Population

Waynesboro, incorporated on December 10, 1803, is the county seat of Burke County. The city is named in honor of General Anthony “Mad Anthony” Wayne, a famous Revolutionary War soldier. Historic Waynesboro displays buildings built at the turn of the century, including the county courthouse, churches and 19th century homes. The Burke County Museum, located… Read More »

West Point, GA Population

Population: 3,382. Estimated population in 2021: 3,360 (-0.7% change) Males: 1,524 (45.1%), Females: 1,858 (54.9%) Zip code: 31833 Median resident age: 37.1 years Median household income: $31,886 Median house value: $81,100 Races in West Point: Black (57.8%) White Non-Hispanic (40.3%) Asian Indian (0.7%) Hispanic (0.6%) Two or more races (0.5%) Ancestries: United States (13.0%), Irish… Read More »

Whigham, GA Population

Population: 631. Estimated population in 2021: 612 (-3.0% change) Males: 279 (44.2%), Females: 352 (55.8%) Grady County Zip code: 31797 Median resident age: 44.5 years Median household income: $22,639 Median house value: $54,400 Races in Whigham: White Non-Hispanic (60.9%) Black (35.3%) Hispanic (2.5%) Other race (2.1%) American Indian (1.0%) Two or more races (0.8%) Ancestries:… Read More »

White, GA Population

Population: 693. Estimated population in 2021: 716 (+3.3% change) Males: 343 (49.5%), Females: 350 (50.5%) Zip code: 30184 Median resident age: 32.2 years Median household income: $31,458 Median house value: $75,000 Races in White: White Non-Hispanic (93.4%) Black (2.9%) Hispanic (2.6%) Two or more races (1.0%) Other race (0.9%) American Indian (0.9%) Ancestries: United States… Read More »

White Plains, GA Population

Population: 283. Estimated population in 2021: 303 (+7.1% change) Males: 132 (46.6%), Females: 151 (53.4%) Greene County Zip code: 30678 Median resident age: 35.2 years Median household income: $33,906 Median house value: $58,800 Races in White Plains: White Non-Hispanic (53.0%) Black (44.2%) Hispanic (3.2%) Ancestries: United States (27.6%), English (13.1%), Subsaharan African (7.4%), German (6.0%),… Read More »

Whitesburg, GA Population

Population: 596. Estimated population in 2021: 583 (-2.2% change) Males: 290 (48.7%), Females: 306 (51.3%) Carroll County Zip code: 30185 Median resident age: 36.0 years Median household income: $26,750 Median house value: $59,200 Races in Whitesburg: White Non-Hispanic (81.9%) Black (16.8%) Two or more races (0.7%) Ancestries: United States (23.7%), English (10.1%), Irish (9.7%), German… Read More »

Willacoochee, GA Population

Population: 1,434. Estimated population in 2021: 1,506 (+5.0% change) Males: 685 (47.8%), Females: 749 (52.2%) Atkinson County Zip code: 31650 Median resident age: 30.9 years Median household income: $20,871 Median house value: $36,200 Races in Willacoochee: White Non-Hispanic (43.5%) Black (39.4%) Hispanic (15.8%) Other race (8.6%) Two or more races (1.7%) American Indian (0.8%) (Total… Read More »

Williamson, GA Population

Population: 297. Estimated population in 2021: 325 (+9.4% change) Males: 142 (47.8%), Females: 155 (52.2%) Pike County Zip code: 30292 Median resident age: 36.8 years Median household income: $34,712 Median house value: $83,200 Races in Williamson: White Non-Hispanic (84.2%) Black (13.8%) Hispanic (1.0%) Two or more races (1.0%) Ancestries: United States (35.0%), Irish (7.1%), English… Read More »

Winder, GA Population

The City of Winder, the county seat of Barrow County, was originally a settlement that was called “Jug Tavern”. According to sources, Winder was named for notable railroad builder and manager, John H. Winder and was incorporated in 1893. The county courthouse in Winder was built in 1920 and is listed under the National Register… Read More »