Saint Albans, Vermont

Saint Albans: Town in Franklin County, Vermont, United States


Saint Albans is a town located in the county of Franklin in the U.S. state of Vermont. Its population at the 2010 census was 5,999 and a population density of 38 people per km². After 10 years in 2020 city had an estimated population of 6,540 inhabitants.

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Location of Saint Albans on Vermont map.

Quick Facts about Saint Albans

Population : 6,540 (2020)
Country : United States of America
State : Vermont (United States)
County : Franklin County
Different from : St. Albans
Postal code : 05488
Area : 156.8 km2
Altitude : 328 feet / 100 meters
Time Zone : America/New_York
Local time : 21:59:08 (1st October 2023)
Density : 42 Pop. per km² as of 2020
Population growth : 8.27% (2010-2020)
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Saint Albans is located at 44°48'39"N 73°4'59"W (44.8108800, -73.0831900).

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The population of Saint Albans increased by 8.27% in 10 years.

Year Population % Change Method
2010 5,999 - census
2011 6,133 2.18% estimation process
2012 6,135 0.03% estimation process
2013 6,228 1.49% estimation process
2014 6,309 1.28% estimation process
2015 6,397 1.38% estimation process
2016 6,406 0.14% estimation process
2017 6,437 0.48% estimation process
2018 6,476 0.6% estimation process
2019 6,501 0.38% estimation process
2020 6,540 0.6% estimation process

Saint Albans zip code is 05478. County name: Franklin, County fips: 50011

People born in Saint Albans (14)

People born in Saint Albans, including outlaw and gunman Richard M. Brewer, politician Elbert S. Brigham, politician Worthington Curtis Smith, .


  • Azarie Couillard-Després he was born in 04/03/1876
  • Bobby Murray (American baseball player) he was born in 04/07/1898
  • William Farrar Smith (United States Army general, civil engineer, mathematics professor, police commissioner) he was born in 17/02/1824
  • Chantal Joffe (British artist) she was born in 05/10/1969
  • Solomon Lewis Withey (United States federal judge) he was born in 21/04/1820
  • William Shepard Wetmore (Early American businessman) he was born in 26/01/1801
  • William Strong (American judge of the Oregon Supreme Court and the Washington Supreme Court) he was born in 15/07/1817
  • Hiram F. Stevens (American politician) he was born in 11/09/1852
  • William Tilton (Medal of Honor recipient) he was born in 27/10/1834
  • Lucy Langdon Williams Wilson (U.S. educator (1864-1937)) she was born in 18/08/1864
  • C. D. Clark he was born in 21/09/1869

Schools in Saint Albans

College & universities near Saint Albans, VT

Code Name City ZIP
190053 Clinton Community College Plattsburgh (NY) 12901
190707 CVPH Medical Center School of Radiologic Technology Plattsburgh (NY) 12901-1438
196246 SUNY College at Plattsburgh Plattsburgh (NY) 12901-2681

Stations (13)

Amtrak & bus stations near Saint Albans, VT

Code Name Address Type
SAB St. Albans station 40 Federal Street RAIL
RSP Rouses Point station Delaware and Pratt Sts. RAIL
PLB Plattsburgh station Bridge and Dock Sts. RAIL
ESX Essex Junction station 29 Railroad Ave. RAIL
PRK Port Kent station Hwy 373 & Back Rd RAIL

Post offices near Saint Albans

Post Office Name City ZIP
Saint Alban Post Office Saint Albans (VT) 05478

Other places with the same name (3)

Other cities in Franklin County

Cities, towns, neighborhoods & other populated places in Franklin County , VT.

City Name Population Title
Swanton 6,574 Town in Franklin County, Vermont, United States
Fairfax 4,917 Town in Vermont, United States
Richford 2,303 Town in Vermont
Sheldon 2,226 Town in Franklin County, Vermont, United States
Fairfield 1,973 Town in Vermont, United States
Berkshire 1,756 Town in Vermont
Franklin 1,435 City in Franklin County, Idaho, United States
Fletcher 1,348 Town in Vermont
Bakersfield 1,336 Town in Franklin County, Vermont
Enosburg Falls 1,284 Village in town of Enosburgh, Franklin County, Vermont, United States
Montgomery 1,212 Town in Franklin County, Vermont, United States

Distance to Other Cities

Saint Albans distances to largest Vermont cities