Population

Population in West Virginia

Places in West Virginia of 5,000 or More Population —With ZIP and Area Codes

Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Department of Commerce.

The following is a list of places of 5,000 or more inhabitants recognized by the Bureau of the Census, U.S. Deptartment of Commerce, based on July 1, 2004 Census Bureau estimates. Also given are 1990 census populations. For instructions and further information, see places in the United States by population.

ZIP Place 2004 1990
*25801 Beckley 16,994 18,274
24701 Bluefield 11,222 12,756
26330 Bridgeport 7,462 6,837
26201 Buckhannon 5,866 5,909
*25301 Charleston 51,685 57,287
*26507 Cheat Lake (c) 6,396 3,992
*26301 Clarksburg 16,522 17,970
25301 Cross Lanes (c) 10,353 10,878
25064 Dunbar 7,837 8,697
26241 Elkins 7,020 7,494
*26554 Fairmont 18,992 20,210
26354 Grafton 5,389 5,524
*25704 Huntington 49,891 54,844
25526 Hurricane 5,788 4,461
26726 Keyser 5,502 5,870
*25401 Martinsburg 15,635 14,073
*26505 Morgantown 28,160 25,879
26041 Moundsville 9,695 10,753
26155 New Martinsville 5,760 6,705
25143 Nitro 6,782 6,851
*25901 Oak Hill 7,372 6,812
*26101 Parkersburg 32,159 33,862
Pea Ridge (c) 6,363 6,535
24740 Princeton 6,243 7,043
25177 Saint Albans 11,173 12,241
*25303 South Charleston 12,869 13,645
25569 Teays Valley (c) 12,704 8,436
*26105 Vienna 10,767 10,862
26062 Weirton 19,691 22,124
26003 Wheeling 29,891 34,882