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WCAPDD City Population Data 2000 - 2010

TOTAL POPULATION AND PERCENT CHANGE - WCAPDD CITIES: 2000 - 2010  
           
Place 2000 2010 Numeric
Difference
Percent
Difference
 
           
Amity 762 723 -39 -5.1%  
Antoine 156 117 -39 -25.0%  
Arkadelphia 10,912 10,714 -198 -1.8%  
Atkins 2,878 3,016 138 4.8%  
Belleville 371 441 70 18.9%  
Bigelow 329 315 -14 -4.3%  
Black Springs 114 99 -15 -13.2%  
Caddo Valley 563 635 72 12.8%  
Casa 209 171 -38 -18.2%  
Centerton 2,146 9,515 7,369 343.4%  
Clarksville 7,719 9,178 1,459 18.9%  
Coal Hill 1,001 1,012 11 1.1%  
Corinth 65 70 5 7.7%  
Daisy 118 115 -3 -2.5%  
Danville 306 382 76 24.8%  
Dardanelle 2,392 2,409 17 0.7%  
Delight 127 116 -11 -8.7%  
Donaldson 1,230 1,133 -97 -7.9%  
Dover 326 301 -25 -7.7%  
Fountain Lake 159 175 16 10.1%  
Friendship 476 363 -113 -23.7%  
Fulton 206 176 -30 -14.6%  
Glenwood 292 188 -104 -35.6%  
Gum Springs 90 86 -4 -4.4%  
Gurdon 194 120 -74 -38.1%  
Hartman 772 642 -130 -16.8%  
Havana 402 413 11 2.7%  
Hector 6,432 7,165 733 11.4%  
Hot Springs 321 292 -29 -9.0%  
Houston 8,397 12,807 4,410 52.5%  
Kirby CDP* 449 447 -2 -0.4%  
Knoxville 358 287 -71 -19.8%  
Lake Hamilton CDP* 1,956 2,082 126 6.4%  
Lamar 763 741 -22 -2.9%  
London 711 739 28 3.9%  
Lonsdale 4,287 4,245 -42 -1.0%  
Magnet Cove 191 202 11 5.8%  
Malvern 10,858 11,577 719 6.6%  
Menifee 5,637 5,737 100 1.8%  
Midway CDP* 253 325 72 28.5%  
Morrilton 241 216 -25 -10.4%  
Mount Ida 74 64 -10 -13.5%  
Mountain Pine 11,012 12,448 1,436 13.0%  
Murfreesboro 1,627 1,655 28 1.7%  
Norman 484 511 27 5.6%  
Oden 54 63 9 16.7%  
Okolona 201 194 -7 -3.5%  
Ola 160 147 -13 -8.1%  
Oppelo 165 169 4 2.4%  
Perla 195 135 -60 -30.8%  
Perry 115 241 126 109.6%  
Perrytown 314 270 -44 -14.0%  
Perryville 255 272 17 6.7%  
Piney CDP* 246 238 -8 -3.3%  
Plainview 3,988 4,699 711 17.8%  
Plumerville 267 349 82 30.7%  
Pottsville 552 430 -122 -22.1%  
Poyen 50 72 22 44.0%  
Rockport 1,271 1,344 73 5.7%  
Rockwell CDP* 792 755 -37 -4.7%  
Russellville 228 216 -12 -5.3%  
           
           
Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census.        
2010 Census Redistricting Data (Public Law 94-171) Summary File.    
2000 Census Redistricting Data (Public Law 94-171) Summary File.    
           
* Census Designated Place (CDP)        
A statistical entity, defined for each decennial census according to Census Bureau guidelines,  
comprising a densely settled concentration of population that is not within an incorporated place, but is
locally identified by a name. CDPs are delineated cooperatively by state and local officials and the Census Bureau.