Saint Joseph County, Michigan

Saint Joseph County: County in Michigan, United States

About

Saint Joseph County is a county located in the U.S. state of Michigan. As of the 2010 census, the population was 61,295 and a population density of 45 people per km². After 10 years in 2020 county had an estimated population of 60,848 inhabitants. Its county seat is Centreville. The county was created 193 years ago in 1828.

Quick Facts about Saint Joseph County

Population : 60,848 (2020)
Country : United States of America
State : Michigan (United States)
Different from : St. Joseph County
Area : 1350 km2
Official name : Saint Joseph County
Water as percent of area : 3.9%
Land as percent of area : 96.1%
Named for : St. Joseph River
Capital : Centreville
Establishment : January 01, 1829
Time Zone : America/Indiana/Indianapolis
Local time : 08:04:36 (10th August 2022)
Density : 45 Pop. per km² as of 2020
Population growth : -0.73% (2010-2020)
Saint Joseph County locator map
Location of Saint Joseph County on Michigan map.
White Pigeon land office image
White Pigeon land office
White Pigeon land office image

Geography

Saint Joseph County is located at 41°54'52"N 85°31'40"W (41.9144100, -85.5277400). It has 5 neighbors: Elkhart County, LaGrange County, Branch County, Cass County and Kalamazoo County.

Saint Joseph County map

The largest city of Saint Joseph County is Three Rivers with a population of 7,600. Other cities include and Sturgis population 2,207. See all Saint Joseph County cities & populated places.

Saint Joseph County Populated Places

Cities, Towns, Neighborhoods & Other Populated Places in Saint Joseph County.

City Name Population Title
Three Rivers 7,600 City in St.
Fabius 3,244 Township in St.
Nottawa 2,273 Township in St.
Sturgis 2,207 City in and county seat of Meade County, South Dakota, United States
Constantine 2,075 Village in St.
Flowerfield 1,609 Township in St.
White Pigeon 1,521 Village in St.
Mottville 1,429 Township in St.
Centreville 1,400 Village in and county seat of St.
Fawn River 1,342 Township in St.
Leonidas 1,183 Township in St.
Colon 1,155 Village in St.
Mendon 848 Village in St.
Burr Oak 800 Village in St.

Saint Joseph County has 5 neighbours.

  • Centreville

Demographics

According to census records, the population of Saint Joseph County decreased by 0.73% in 10 years.

Year Population % Change Method
2010 61,295 - census
2011 61,068 -0.37% estimation process
2012 60,992 -0.12% estimation process
2013 60,989 -0% estimation process
2014 61,015 0.04% estimation process
2015 60,804 -0.35% estimation process
2016 60,790 -0.02% estimation process
2017 60,710 -0.13% estimation process
2018 60,912 0.33% estimation process
2019 60,964 0.09% estimation process
2020 60,848 -0.19% estimation process

Comte de Saint Joseph, Comté de Saint Joseph, Saint Joseph

People born in Saint Joseph County (2)

People born in Saint Joseph County, including politician Charles F. Tabor, U.S. editor, author, and composer Waldo Ralph Browne, .

List

Other places with the same name (2)

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