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New York Median Age

Median Age in Largest Cities


RankMedian Age
1.New York34.20
2.Buffalo33.60
3.Rochester30.80
4.Yonkers35.80
5.Syracuse30.50
6.Albany31.40
7.Cheektowaga40.80
8.New Rochelle37
9.Mt. Vernon35.80
10.Tonawanda41.80
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Cities with Lowest Median Age (Population 5,000+)


RankMedian Age
1.New Square14
2.Kiryas Joel15
3.Monsey18.60
4.Alfred20.40
5.South Hill20.40
6.Geneseo21.10
7.West Point21.10
8.Potsdam21.60
9.Canton21.90
10.Ithaca22
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Cities with Highest Median Age (Population 5,000+)


RankMedian Age
1.Great Neck Plaza46.90
2.Southold46
3.Williamsville44.20
4.West Elmira44.10
5.Westvale44.10
6.East Glenville44
7.Woodbury43.80
8.Hartsdale43
9.Ridge43
10.Delmar42.80
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Cities with Lowest Median Age (Population 500+)


RankMedian Age
1.New Square14
2.Kiryas Joel15
3.Kaser15.60
4.Monsey18.60
5.Alfred20.40
6.Morrisville20.40
7.South Hill20.40
8.St. Bonaventure20.70
9.Hamilton20.80
10.Geneseo21.10
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Cities with Highest Median Age (Population 500+)


RankMedian Age
1.Heritage Hills67.10
2.Crugers63
3.Shelter Island Heights56.20
4.Jefferson Heights54.90
5.Orient54.40
6.North Hills53.80
7.East Hampton51.90
8.Lake Success51.90
9.Margaretville50.40
10.North Haven49.60
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