The U.S. Census Bureau released new data today, showing the "subcounty" population figures for the year that ended July 1, 2013. That means every municipality in the country, no matter how small, can see how many residents it gained or lost in that period.

Census figures for counties and metro areas were released earlier this spring, with Philadelphia's population standing at 1,553,165 residents, a 0.29-percent increase from the previous year.

The new numbers show which municipalities in the area gained or lost residents at the fastest rates between July 2012 and July 2013, and since the 2010 Census.

Malvern was the fastest-growing place in the region, with its population surging 14.28 percent between the 2010 Census and last July, to 3,426 residents, the Census figures show. Borough Manager Sandra Kelley said she didn't know what accounted for the growth, most of which occurred between 2012 and 2013, according to the Census data.

No boroughs or townships in Montgomery County had a net loss of residents over the three-year period.

Here are the five places in each Philadelphia-area county that gained or lost residents at the fastest rates, and the percent change in their populations. Some of the municipalities are small, numbering just a few hundred or thousand people, so slight changes in the population affect their growth rates more. The population for each municipality as of July 2013 is in parenthesis.

Fastest-growing, 2012-2013

Bucks County
1. Plumstead Township, 2.51 percent (12,928)
2. Ivyland Borough, 1.63 percent (1,058)
3. Wrightstown Township, 1.41 percent (3,101)
4. Bedminster Township, 1.11 percent (6,948)
5. East Rockhill Township, 0.8 percent (5,764)

Chester County
1. Malvern Borough, 13.18 percent (3,426)
2. East Brandywine Township, 4.47 percent (7,601)
3. South Coatesville Borough, 2.96 percent (1,425)
4. London Grove Township, 2.72 percent (8,144)
5. Valley Township, 2.04 percent (7,316)

Delaware County
1. Concord Township, 0.67 percent (17,475)
2. Edgmont Township, 0.6 percent (4,052)
3. Thornbury Township, 0.56 percent (7,919)
4. Bethel Township, 0.53 percent (9,075)
5. Upper Chichester Township, 0.44 percent (16,959)

Montgomery County
1. Salford Township, 5.94 percent (2,800)
2. West Conshohocken Borough, 3.84 percent (1,380)
3. Upper Hanover Township, 3.18 percent (6,878)
4. New Hanover Township, 2.55 percent (12,004)
5. Upper Providence Township, 1.93 percent percent (22,010)

Burlington County
1. Cinnaminson Township, 1.99 percent (16,763)
2. Chesterfield Township, 1.35 percent (7,760)
3. Woodland Township, 0.22 percent (1,797)
4. Burlington Township, 0.1 percent (22,639)
5. Medford Township, 0.06 percent (23,281)

Camden County
1. Cherry Hill Township, 0.86 percent (71,722)
2. Waterford Township, 0.59 percent (10,792)
3. Somerdale Borough, 0.27 percent (5,261)
4. Chesilhurst Borough, 0.06 percent (1,637)
5. Pennsauken Township, 0.01 percent (35,830)

Gloucester County
1. Woolwich Township, 2.76 percent (11,258)
2. East Greenwich Township, 1.14 percent (10,203)
3. Harrison Township, 1.11 percent (12,721)
4. Glassboro Borough, 0.57 percent (18,953)
5. South Harrison Township, 0.5 percent (3,211)

Slowest-growing, 2012-2013

Bucks County
1. Bristol Borough, -0.35 percent (9,633)
2. Trumbauersville Borough, -0.31 percent (969)
3. Falls Township, -0.3 percent (34,080)
4. (tie) Nockamixon Township, -0.29 percent (2,440)
4. Yardley Borough, -0.29 percent (3,426)

Chester County
1. West Nottingham Township, -0.26 percent (2,699)
2. Modena Borough, -0.19 percent (533)
3. Highland Township, -0.08 percent (1,278)
4. Spring City Borough, -0.06 percent (3,326)
5. (tie) West Grove Borough, 0 percent (2,857)
5. South Coventry Township, 0 percent (2,611)

Delaware County
1. (tie) Millbourne Township, 0 percent (1,156)
1. Trainer Borough, 0 percent (1,838)
1. Rutledge Borough, 0 percent (798)
2. (tie) Eddystone Borough, 0.04 percent (2,407)
2. Marcus Hook Borough, 0.04 percent (2,396)

Montgomery County
1. Narberth Borough, -0.07 percent (4,290)
2. Jenkintown Borough, -0.02 percent (4,438)
3. (tie) Green Lane Borough, 0 percent (508)
3. North Wales Borough, 0 percent (3,233)
3. Red Hill Borough, 0 percent (2,387)

Burlington County
1. Bass River Township, -0.62 percent (1,439)
2. Fieldsboro Borough, -0.56 percent (530)
3. Wrightstown Borough, -0.5 percent (798)
4. (tie) Beverly City, -0.47 percent (2,565)
4. Palmyra Borough, -0.47 percent (7,361)
4. Mount Holly Township, -0.47 percent (9,345)
4. Mount Laurel Township, -0.47 percent (41,738)

Camden County
1. Stratford Borough, -0.69 percent (6,952)
2. Camden City, -0.59 percent (76,903)
3. Laurel Springs Borough, -0.47 percent (1,895)
4. (tie) Barrington Borough, -0.42 percent (6,878)
4. Haddonfield Borough, -0.42 percent (11,507)

Gloucester County
1. Woodbury Heights borough, -0.49 percent (3,020)
2. Paulsboro borough, -0.35 percent (6,023)
3. National Park borough, -0.27 percent (3,009)
4. (tie) Woodbury city, -0.27 percent (10,147)
4. West Deptford Township, -0.27 percent (21,498)

Fastest-growing, 2010-2013

Bucks County
1. Bedminster Township, 5.69 percent (6,948)
2. Plumstead Township, 3.91 percent (12,928)
3. Wrightstown Township, 3.54 percent (3,101)
4. Ivyland Borough, 1.63 percent (1,058)
5. Warwick Township, 1.58 percent (14,665)

Chester County
1. Malvern Borough, 14.28 percent (3,426)
2. East Brandywine Township, 12.74 percent (7,601)
3. Thornbury Township, 11.44 percent (3,362)
4. Avondale Borough, 10.51 percent (1,398)
5. South Coatesville Borough, 9.36 percent (1,425)

Delaware County
1. Chester Township, 3.81 percent (4,090)
2. Bethel Township, 3.23 percent (9,075)
3. Rose Valley Borough, 3.07 percent (941)
4. Chadds Ford Township, 2.64 (3,736)
5. Rutledge Borough, 1.79 percent (798)

Montgomery County
1. Salford Township, 11.82 percent (2,800)
2. New Hanover Township, 9.74 percent (12,004)
3. Upper Hanover Township, 6.4 percent (6,878)
4. Skippack Township, 5.94 percent (14,529)
5. West Conshohocken Borough, 4.55 percent (1,380)

Burlington County
1. Cinnaminson Township, 7.67 percent (16,763)
2. New Hanover Township, 7.54 percent (7,942)
3. Delanco Township, 6.42 percent (4,558)
4. Florence Township, 2,04 percent (12,356)
5. Medford Township, 1.08 percent (23,281)

Camden County
1. Pine Hill Borough, 2.57 percent (10,496)
2. Somerdale Borough, 2.14 percent (5,261)
3. Waterford Township, 1.34 percent (10,792)
4. Cherry Hill Township, 0.95 percent (71,722)
5. Voorhees Township, 0.34 percent (29,229)

Gloucester County
1. Woolwich Township, 10.37 percent (11,258)
2. East Greenwich Township, 6.78 percent (10,203)
3. Harrison Township, 2.45 percent (12,721)
4. Glassboro Borough, 2.01 percent (18,953)
5. Swedesboro Borough, 1.78 percent (2,630)

Slowest-growing, 2010-2013

Bucks County
1. New Britain Township, -3.93 percent (3,028)
2. Penndel Borough, -3.35 percent (2,250)
3. Bristol Borough, -0.96 percent (9,633)
4. Newtown Borough, -0.76 percent (2,231)
5. Morrisville Borough, -0.69 percent (8,668)

Chester County
1. Lower Oxford Township, -2.98 percent (5,045)
2. West Nottingham Township, -0.84 percent (2,699)
3. Modena Borough, -0.37 percent (533)
4. Charlestown Township, -0.02 percent (5,670)
5. Spring City Borough, 0.09 percent (3,326)

Delaware County
1. Thornbury Township, -1.36 percent (7,919)
2. Millbourne Township, -0.26 percent (1,156)
3. Eddystone Borough, -0.12 percent (2,407)
4. East Lansdowne Borough, -0.11 percent (2,665)
5. Radnor Township, -0.09 percent (31,502)

Montgomery County
1. Green Lane Borough, 0 percent (508)
2. Telford Borough, 0.11 percent (2,668)
3. North Wales Borough, 0.12 percent (3,233)
4. (tie) Red Hill Borough, 0.17 percent (2,387)
4. Cheltenham Township, 0.17 percent (36,855)

Burlington County
1. Mount Holly Township, -2 percent (9,345)
2. Fieldsboro Borough, -1.85 percent (530)
3. Pemberton Borough, -1.21 percent (1,392)
4. (tie) Burlington City, -0.71 percent (9,850)
4. Shamong Township, -0.71 percent (6,444)
4. Southampton Township, -0.71 percent (10,390)

Camden County
1. Barrington Borough, -1.5 percent (6,878)
2. Stratford Borough, -1.25 percent (6,952)
3. Winslow Township, -0.85 percent (39,165)
4. Gibbsboro Borough, -0.75 percent (2,257)
5. Haddonfield Borough, -0.74 percent (11,507)

Gloucester County
1. Paulsboro Borough, -1.21 percent (6,023)
2. Woodbury Heights Borough, -1.1 percent5 (3,020)
3. Woodbury city, -0.94 percent (10,078)
4. Washington Township, -0.9 percent (48,123)
5. (tie) National Park Borough, -0.89 percent (3,009)
5. Westville Borough, -0.89 percent (4,250)