Ivanovka ( Ukrainian: Ivanivka ) is a city in the Odessa region of Ukraine, the district center of the Ivanovo district , founded in 1793. Previously called Malaya Baranovka, Yanovka. Got the status of a village since 1962, the status of a city - since 2018. The population is 7141 people (2018).
|Chapter||Lobach Victor Ivanovich|
|History and Geography|
|Former names||Mala Baranivka, Yanovka|
|Timezone||UTC + 2 , in summer UTC + 3|
|Population||7141  people ( 2018 )|
|Denominations||Orthodox, Greek Catholics, Jehovah's Witnesses.|
|Telephone code||+380 4854|
|Car code||BH, HH / 16|
On the territory of the city there is a school, which is named after Boris Fedorovich Derevyanko , the Central District Hospital, City Hall, court, prosecutor's office, police department, music school, phosphate plant, a bakery, a kindergarten, 3 churches of different religious denominations, a department of Ukrposhta, a department of Nova Poshta etc. The mayor of the city is Lobach Viktor Ivanovich.
Ivanovka emerged at the end of the 18th century on the land of Major Baranov, who received in 1793 3.1 thousand tithes from the tsarist government. In the first half of the XIX century, the settlement was called Malobaranovka. The village grew due to the influx of peasants who fled from severe oppression from the central provinces of Ukraine and Russia to the south of Ukraine.
In 1858, the nobleman Jan Lamper became the owner of the settlement, and the town was called Yanovka, and even later Ivanovka. The new owner, was interested in the development of trade, allowed merchants to build large houses on the main street of the town without paying for land. However, he categorically forbade the construction of housing for the poor. In the 40-50s of the XIX century, trade in Yanovka noticeably revived. A spring fair took place here annually and bazaars gathered regularly, twice a week. The number of products sold by local artisans increased. Merchants and usurers of Yanovsky resold cattle bought from landowners and peasants of the Kherson region.
In the second half of the XIX century, Yanovka and later was one of the well-known working markets in the Kherson province. Before spring field work, peasants from Kiev, Podolsky, Poltava, Chernihiv, Oryol, Tula and other Ukrainian and Russian provinces came to the city every year with the hope of engaging in agricultural work on landowners.
During the Great Patriotic War in 1941 - 1944, the village was under German-Romanian occupation .
In 1989, the population was3434 people  .
As of January 1, 2013, the population was 2525 people  .
As of January 1, 2018, the population was 7141 people.
In Ivanovka, Boris Fedorovich Derevyanko was born and graduated from high school. Subsequently, this school began to bear his name.
- number of the explicit population of Ukraine on 1 September 2018 rock. State Statistics Service of Ukraine. Kiev, 2018.
- 1989 All-Union Population Census. Number of urban population of Union republics, their territorial units, urban settlements and urban areas by gender
- number of the apparent population of Ukraine on 1 September 2013. State Statistics Service of Ukraine. Kiev, 2013.