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Kenosha is a small but progressive city located on the southwest shore of Lake Michigan in the great lakes. The primary industries here are light manufacturing and distribution, and the city is home to the famous Snap-On tool company. Tourism is also another growing industry here that brings in over $200 million a year.
Almost half of Kenosha’s residents commute outside of the city for work, making it a popular residential “bedroom city.” This is in part due to the low cost of living (30 points below the national average), which also makes it an excellent city to own a small business in.
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Kenosha is home to a couple of small local community colleges. Still, it tends to be more of a working and industrial city than anything else (as is the case with many other Great Lakes cities). It’s probably most famous for its four Smithsonian Institute-funded museums- one of which houses the fossilized remains of a Wooly Mammoth. There’s also a dinosaur museum, which is one of the midwest’s largest centers for paleontology.
According to the latest data from the U.S. Census Bureau, there are currently 99,944 residents residing in Kenosha. Here’s the latest racial demographic breakdown:
- 11.5% Black/African American
- 79.5% White
- 17.6% Hispanic/Latino
- 1.7% Asian
Kenosha residents’ median income is just over $53,600 annually, and the percentage of the population at or below the poverty line is 17.7%.
- Kenosha is one of the smallest cities in the U.S with any type of functioning streetcar system.
- Before the city got its name Kenosha it was first named “gnozhe,” named by the Potawatomi, meaning “place of the pike”.
- The Washington Park Velodrome has hosted bicycle races since 1927, making it the oldest operating velodrome in the U.S.
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