There are large differences in the number of children living in Vermont regions. Over 50% of Vermont’s children are concentrated in the four regions with the largest population centers: Chittenden, Franklin, Washington, and Rutland [1]. The Chittenden region is home to 25% of children under 9.

Additional information, including age and regional breakdowns can be found in the regularly updated Population Estimates report.

Return to the Table of Contents for the 2019 How Are Vermont’s Young Children and Families? report.

1. Vermont Department of Health (2019). Population of Vermont AHS/VDH District by Single Year of Age and Sex, 2017.