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According to the United States Census, there were 593,490 people living in Baltimore City in 238,436 households as of July 1, 2019. The population decreased by 4.4% since the 2010 Census.
Baltimore’s population has declined at each census since its peak in 1950.
In 2011, then-Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said her main goal was to increase the city’s population by improving city services to reduce the number of people leaving the city and by passing legislation protecting immigrants’ rights to stimulate growth.
For the first time in decades, in July 2012, the U.S. Census Bureau’s census estimate showed the population grew by 1,100 residents, a 0.2% increase from the previous year.
Baltimore is sometimes identified as a sanctuary city.
Mayor Jack Young said in 2019 that Baltimore will not assist ICE agents with immigration raids.
Gentrification has increased since the 2000 census, primarily in East Baltimore, downtown, and Central Baltimore.
Downtown Baltimore and its surrounding neighborhoods are seeing a resurgence of young professionals and immigrants, mirroring major cities across the country.
After New York City, Baltimore was the second city in the United States to reach a population of 100,000.
From the 1830 through 1850 U.S. censuses, Baltimore was the second most-populous city, before being surpassed by Philadelphia in 1860.
It was among the top 10 cities in population in the United States in every census up to the 1980 census, and after World War II had a population of nearly 1 million.