Access is easy and commute times are short. The highway system is superb and we're less than an hour from the Wichita airport.
Located in the NAFTA corridor, shipping is cost efficient as we are equidistant coast-to-coast and border-to-border.
Reno County offers those who live here the best of both worlds - big city conveniences blended with the benefits of a comfortable community filled with a prosperous atmosphere. There is the vibrancy of a city determined to thrive and progress, yet without the big city problems of air pollution, rampant crime, traffic jams and socioeconomic battles.
Reno County's 64,058 residents enjoy their central location just a few hours from the Rockies, Ozarks and the metropolitan areas of Kansas City, Denver and Dallas.
Reno County Data
Land Area (square miles) -- 2010
|Total Population -- 2017||62,510|
|Average Population Density (per sq. mile) -- 2017||49.8|
|Median Age - 2017||40.4|
|Educational Attainment (Population Age 25+) - 2016|
High School Graduate or Higher
Some College -- No Degree
Bachelor Degree or Higher
|Average 1-Way Commute to Work (minutes) - 2016||17.7|
|Civilian Labor Force -- 2017||30,028|
|Business Establishments -- 2017||1,655|
Average Annual Pay
Median Household Income - 2016
|Source: Land Area -- 2010 Census; Population Density -- Based on 2010 Land Area and 2017 American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates; Median Age, Educational Attainment, Average Commute Time and Median Household Income -- 2012-2016 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates; Business Establishments, Employees, Average Annual Pay -- Bureau of Labor Statistics, Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages; Labor Force Data -- Local Area Unemployment Statistics|