Kokomo is the city seat of Howard County, Indiana and was first developed in 1865.
Due to many railroads being built to connect to Kokomo in the late 1800’s it became a booming town for multiple trades.
Known for its automotive heritage, Kokomo has evolved into a diverse and dynamic city offering a mix of small-town charm and modern amenities.
Kokomo is home to Indiana Wesleyan University, and Indiana University Kokomo. These schools and a major hospital are among some of the top employers in the Kokomo area.
The cost of living is reasonable, allowing residents to enjoy a good quality of life without breaking the bank. The city boasts a variety of housing options.
As of 2019, the population is reported to be at 58,099 and the median household income is $48,830.
The median home value is $151,539 while average monthly rent is $887 according to Niche.
81.85% of the population is Caucasian with 11.05% being African-American, and several other ethnicities making up other portions.
66% of residents own their homes versus rent.
Kokomo schools have been growing and improving over the years, and has over 5,000 students. The student to teacher ratio is 14 to 1.
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