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Vermont in United States
Map of the United States with Vermont highlighted

Vermont is a state located in the New England region of the northeastern United States. The state of Vermont has 255 municipalities. Of these, nine (listed below) are incorporated as cities and are independent of any surrounding towns. For example, the city of Barre is independent of the town of Barre.

Six of Vermont's 14 counties have at least one city within their borders. Five cities serve as the county seats for their respective counties and are indicated below with an asterisk (*).

Aggregates and averages

Population

According to the 2010 census, 115,085 people, or 18.39% of the state's population, resided in Vermont's cities.

Downtown Rutland, Vermont's third largest city
The downtown area of Rutland, Vermont's third largest city
Downtown Montpelier, Capital of Vermont
The downtown area of Montpelier, Vermont's capital city
City County 2010 Population Rank (Population) Area in sq mi (km2) Rank (Area) Incorporated Median Household Income (1999) Rank (Income) Mayor
Burlington* Chittenden 42,417 1 15.49 sq mi (40.1 km2) 2 1864 $33,070 6 Miro Weinberger (D)
South Burlington Chittenden 17,904 2 29.58 sq mi (76.6 km2) 1 1971 $51,566 1 N/A
Rutland* Rutland 16,495 3 7.68 sq mi (19.9 km2) 4 1892 $30,478 8 David Allaire (R)
Barre Washington 9,052 4 3.98 sq mi (10.3 km2) 6 1895 $30,393 9 Lucas Herring (I)
Montpelier* Washington 7,855 5 10.25 sq mi (26.5 km2) 3 1895 $37,513 3 Anne Watson (I)
Winooski Chittenden 7,267 6 1.51 sq mi (3.9 km2) 9 1921 $30,592 7 Kristine Lott (I)
St. Albans* Franklin 6,918 7 2.03 sq mi (5.3 km2) 8 1902 $37,221 4 Elizabeth Gamache (D)
Newport* Orleans 4,589 8 7.63 sq mi (19.8 km2) 5 1917 $34,922 5 Paul Monette (I)
Vergennes Addison 2,588 9 2.51 sq mi (6.5 km2) 7 1788 $37,763 2 Jeff Fritz

Personal income

The average median household income of the cities was $35,946, 25.90% less than the state average ($48,508). Only one city, South Burlington, exceeds the state's average household income.

Area

The total area of Vermont's cities is 80.2 sq mi (208 km2), or 0.8% of the state's total area.

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