Popular Small Towns to Live in the U.S.

Westlake, Florida

If you like the idea of being part of a town's beginnings, you may want to look at Westlake, Florida. A part of Palm Beach County, Westlake was only incorporated as a city in 2016.

Vineyard, Utah

The town of Vineyard is located close to Orem and Provo on the eastern shore of Utah Lake, about 40 miles south of Salt Lake City. 

Fulshear, Texas

Located on the outskirts of the Houston metro area, Fulshear was incorporated as a town in 1977 but didn’t see its population surpass 1,000 until the 21st century.

Timnath, Colorado

About an hour’s drive north of Denver, the town of Timnath has long been home to residents who primarily work in farming and agriculture.

Iowa Colony, Texas

This formerly tiny town in southeastern Texas gets its name from its founders that hailed from the Des Moines, Iowa, area.

Liberty Hill, Texas

Another small town on the outskirts of the Austin metro area, Liberty Hill has grown to 6,801 residents from the 967 reported in the 2010 census. 

Triana, Alabama

Located southeast of Huntsville, Triana is a small north Alabama town that is described on the town’s website as a bedroom community, with many residents commuting into Huntsville for work. 

Josephine, Texas

Josephine is a classic rural Texas town, with few residents, plenty of agricultural land and a population largely made up of homeowners, as home prices are low compared to major cities. 

Pendergrass, Georgia

Pendergrass is located in northern Georgia, about an hour’s drive from Atlanta and 40 minutes from Athens. Pendergrass has long been a spread-out, rural town but is starting to see more development and resident density.

Leakesville, Mississippi

Located along the Chickasawhay River in southeastern Mississippi, Leakesville has seen its population more than triple since 2010, with a population estimate of 3,603 in 2021, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

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