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    << Return to news list The Capital Region pulled off a population hat trick in 2016, housing the state's fastest-growing city, town and village on a year-over-year basis: Cohoes, Malta and Waterford, respectively, according to a Center for Economic Growth analysis of U.S. Census Bureau estimates.
     
    Capital Region Towns and Cities
    Between July 1, 2015 and July 1, 2016, populations increased in 22 and decreased in 96 Capital Region towns and cities. Only three of the region's 10 cities - Cohoes, Gens Falls and Saratoga Springs - saw their populations grow in 2016. However, five cities experienced annual losses below 1 percent. They were Albany (-0.2 percent), Rensselaer (-0.3 percent), Troy (-0.3 percent), Watervliet (-0.7 percent) and Schenectady (-0.7 percent). Out of the region's growing towns and cities, eight were in Saratoga County, five were in Rensselaer County, two were in Albany, Greene, Schenectady and Warren counties and one in Columbia County.

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