Springville, New York

Springville: City in Erie County, New York, United States of America


Springville is a city located in the county of Erie in the U.S. state of New York. Its population at the 2010 census was 4,296 and a population density of 450 people per km². After 10 years in 2020 city had an estimated population of 4,273 inhabitants.

The city was created 189 years ago in 1833.

Springville locator map
Location of Springville on New York map.

Quick Facts about Springville

Population : 4,273 (2020)
Country : United States of America
State : New York (United States)
County : Erie County
Postal code : 14141
Area : 9.54 km2
Altitude : 1,329 feet / 405 meters
Establishment : January 01, 1834 (189 years ago)
Time Zone : America/New_York
Local time : 04:47:51 (27th September 2023)
Density : 448 Pop. per km² as of 2020
Population growth : -0.54% (2010-2020)
Weather : 66℉ Partly Sunny 7-days weather
Springville Station - June 2016 image
Springville Station - June 2016
Springville Station - June 2016 image


Springville is located at 42°30'30"N 78°40'2"W (42.5084000, -78.6672500).

Springville map


Springville forecast: Partly sunny, with a high near 66. East wind 7 to 10 mph. more


According to census records, the population of Springville decreased by 0.54% in 10 years.

Year Population % Change Method
2010 4,296 - census
2011 4,280 -0.37% estimation process
2012 4,266 -0.33% estimation process
2013 4,356 2.07% estimation process
2014 4,340 -0.37% estimation process
2015 4,326 -0.32% estimation process
2016 4,280 -1.07% estimation process
2017 4,275 -0.12% estimation process
2018 4,286 0.26% estimation process
2019 4,288 0.05% estimation process
2020 4,273 -0.35% estimation process

Springville zip code is 14141. County name: Erie, County fips: 36029

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People born in Springville (7)

People born in Springville, including football player and coach Bill Warner, football coach C. DeForest Cummings, football player and coach Emmons Dunbar, .


  • Glenn Scobey Warner (American college football coach, College Football Hall of Fame member) he was born in 05/04/1871
  • Joey Snyder III (professional golfer) he was born in 07/06/1973
  • Ken Knowlton (Computer graphics professional) he was born in 01/01/1931
  • Richard Edmunds (American rower) he was born in 01/08/1947

Schools in Springville

College & universities near Springville, NY

Code Name City ZIP
189981 Christ the King Seminary East Aurora (NY) 14052-0607

Stations (7)

Amtrak & bus stations near Springville, NY

Code Name Address Type
BFX Buffalo–Exchange Street 75 Exchange Street RAIL
BUF Buffalo–Depew station 55 Dick Road RAIL
DUK Dunkirk, New York 411 Central Ave. BUS
FDN Fredonia, New York 1 State University of New York BUS
JMN Jamestown, New York 111 West Third Street BUS

Post offices near Springville

Post Office Name City ZIP
Springvill Post Office Springville (NY) 14141

Other places with the same name (7)

Other cities in Erie County

Cities, towns, neighborhoods & other populated places in Erie County , NY. (more)

City Name Population Title
Buffalo 254,479 The second most populous city in New York.
Amherst 120,809 Town in New York, United States
Cheektowaga 85,452 Town in Erie County, New York, United States
Hamburg 58,800 Town in Erie County, New York, United States
West Seneca 45,117 Town in Erie County, New York
Brighton 35,776 Town in Monroe County, New York, USA
Clarence 33,026 Town in Erie County, New York, United States
Grand Island 21,767 Town in New York
Lackawanna 17,632 City in New York, USA
Kenmore 14,947 City in Erie County, New York, United States of America
Depew 14,940 City in Creek County, Oklahoma, United States of America
Tonawanda 14,755 City in the state of New York, USA
Elma 11,752 City in New York, United States of America
Lancaster 10,064 Town in Erie County, New York
Alden 9,911 City in Freeborn County, Minnesota, United States of America
Ellicott 8,223 City in Chautauqua County, New York, United States of America

Distance to Other Cities

Springville distances to largest New York cities