Lansing Moves into Top 5 in Population

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

Flint no longer is one of the five largest cities in Michigan.
The Census Bureau says Detroit remains No. 1, followed by Grand Rapids, Warren, Sterling Heights and Lansing. Results were released Tuesday.
Flint's population fell 18 percent and now is 102,434.
Sterling Heights in Macomb County saw its population grow by 4 percent since 2000. Other cities in the Michigan top five all lost residents, including Detroit, which had a staggering 25 percent drop.


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  • by Mark Location: Lansing on Mar 22, 2011 at 07:41 PM
    Great. Now all we need is jobs. Maybe Snyder should concentrate more on job creation than budgeting
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