Often referred to as “The Waka,” Mishawaka is a small city located on the northern border of Indiana. Like many other cities in the state, the main economic driver has historically been manufacturing. Although industrial jobs have declined, the city has remained a valuable center for jobs and there is a wide range of other service and retail jobs within the city today.
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Mishawaka is primarily made up of working-class citizens who work in the city’s industrial economy. There is a small downtown area that features a large public lake, gardens, and large open fields for picnics and taking your pets out. As a historical city, “Waka” is known for its many old-fashioned neighborhoods and homes spread out through the city.
According to the latest data from the U.S. Census Bureau, there are currently 50,363 residents residing in Mishawaka. Here’s the latest racial demographic breakdown:
- 7.9% Black/African American
- 84.4% White
- 5.6% Hispanic/Latino
- 2.0% Asian
The median income for Mishawaka residents is just over $41,900 annually, and the percentage of the population at or below the poverty line is 16.2%
- Mishawaka began operating in 1833 and is still operating today.
- Mishawaka was rated by Business Week Magazine Best Place to Raise Your Kids 2010.
- Mishawaka is known as the “Peppermint Capital of the World” because the area produces high quantities of mint.
- Mishawaka is named after a legendary native American princess of the Shawnee Tribe. Legend has it that she was betrothed a man in another tribe, but fell in love with a White man. After the lovers eloped, the native man kidnapped Mishawaka, and the two men fought to the death over her. Crazy story to name a city after, right?
- The city is home to the country’s largest Wiffleball Championship.
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