Stanton Martin County, Texas

Stanton: City in Texas

About

Stanton is a city located in the county of Martin in the U.S. state of Texas. Its population at the 2010 census was 2,492 and a population density of 542 people per km². After 10 years in 2020 city had an estimated population of 3,056 inhabitants.

Stanton Quick Facts

Population : 3,056 (2020)
Country : United States of America
State : Texas (United States)
County : Martin County
Postal code : 79782
Phone Area Codes : 915
Area : 4.6 km2
Altitude : 2,664 feet / 812 meters
Capital city : Stanton is capital of Martin County
Time Zone : America/Chicago
Local time : 01:22:35 (4th October 2022)
Density : 665 Pop. per km² as of 2020
Population growth : 18.46% (2010-2020)
Stanton locator map
Location of Stanton on Texas map.
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Welcome to Stanton Texas sign Martin County
Welcome to Stanton Texas sign Martin County image

Geography

Stanton is located at 32°7'45"N 101°47'18"W (32.1292900, -101.7884600).

Stanton map

Demographics

The population of Stanton increased by 18.46% in 10 years.

Year Population % Change Method
2010 2,492 - census
2011 2,554 2.43% estimation process
2012 2,601 1.81% estimation process
2013 2,752 5.49% estimation process
2014 2,849 3.4% estimation process
2015 2,940 3.1% estimation process
2016 2,928 -0.41% estimation process
2017 2,880 -1.67% estimation process
2018 2,953 2.47% estimation process
2019 3,000 1.57% estimation process
2020 3,056 1.83% estimation process

Stanton zip code is 79782. County name: Martin, County fips: 48317

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Schools in Stanton

College & universities near Stanton, TX

Code Name City ZIP
382911 Southwest Collegiate Institute for the Deaf Big Spring (TX) 79720-7298
226806 Midland College Midland (TX) 79705
225520 Howard College Big Spring (TX) 79720

Post offices near Stanton

Post Office Name City ZIP
Stanton Post Office Stanton (TX) 79782

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Distance to Other Cities

Stanton distances to largest Texas cities