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Population
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Population

Population2000201020192024
Richardson County9,5318,3638,1117,901

Source: ESRI, 2019-10-31

Population by Age

Population201020192024
0-4425395388
5-9480419414
10-14527437448
15-19549411418
20-24318387314
25-29384472372
30-34370399462
35-39419429402
40-44448393437
45-49647436395
50-54695498428
55-59641680493
60-64544659673
65-69503602645
70-74408489544
75-79332371421
80-84316266303
85+357368344
18+6,5666,5916,375
Median Age474949

Source: ESRI, 2019-10-31

Population by Race

Richardson County2019
Total8,111.000
White Alone93.120
Black Alone0.350
American Indian Alone2.790
Asian Alone0.410
Pacific Islander Alone0.010
Some Other Race0.680
Two or More Races2.650
Hispanic Origin2.020
Diversity Index16.600

Source: ESRI, 2019-10-31

Growth Rate

Richardson County2010 - 20142014 - 2019
Population0%-1%
Households0%0%
Families0%-1%
Median Household Income%2%
Per Capita Income%2%

Source: ESRI, 2019-10-31

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Housing
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Households

Population2000201020192024
Households3,9933,7183,6423,559
Housing Units4,5604,3934,3934,373
Owner Occupied Units2,7642,727
Renter Occupied Units878832
Vacant Units751814

Source: ESRI, 2019-10-31

Home Value

Richardson County20192024
Median Home Value$80,208$88,207
Average Home Value$133,321$146,681
<$50,000889769
$50,000 - $99,999816778
$100,000 - $149,999340352
$150,000 - $199,999290328
$200,000 - $249,9997689
$250,000 - $299,999138166
$300,000 - $399,9996579
$400,000 - $499,9993236
$500,000 - $749,9997681
$1,000,000 +4148

Source: ESRI, 2019-10-31

Housing Year Built

Year RangeHouses Built
2010 or Later9
2000-2009193
1990-1999173
1980-1989182
1970-1979698
1960-1969483
1950-1959271
1940-1949231
1939 or Before2,160

Source: ESRI, 2019-10-31

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Income
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Income

Richardson County20192024
Median Household$47,962$53,157
Average Household$62,719$70,185
Per Capita$28,182$31,636

Source: ESRI, 2019-10-31

Household Income Base

Richardson County2019
<$15,000477
$15,000 - $24,999446
$25,000 - $34,999432
$35,000 - $49,999520
$50,000 - $74,999684
$75,000 - $99,999553
$100,000 - $149,999353
$150,000 - $199,99983
$200,000+94

Source: ESRI, 2019-10-31

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Employees
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Commute

CategoryCommuters
Workers 16+3,903
In-County Residents2,481
Out-of-County Residents662
Drive Alone3,246
Carpooled383
Public Transport0
Work at Home166
Less than 5 minutes481
5-9 minutes1,002
10-14 minutes458
15-19 minutes445
20-24 minutes290
25-29 minutes131
30-34 minutes493
35-39 minutes114
40-44 minutes55
45-59 minutes115
60-89 minutes44
90+ minutes109
Average Travel Time19

Source: ESRI, 2019-10-31

Source: ESRI, 2019-10-31

Employees by NAICS

CategoryNumber
Total Employees3,215
Agr/Forestry/Fish/Hunt50
Mining1
Utilities11
Construction67
Manufacturing228
Wholesale Trade109
  
Retail Trade442
Motor Veh/Parts Dealers49
Furn & Home Furnish Str4
Electronics & Appl Store9
Bldg Matl/Garden Equip89
Food & Beverage Stores116
Health/Pers Care Stores17
Gasoline Stations33
Clothing/Accessory Store9
Sports/Hobby/Book/Music7
General Merchandise Str71
Misc Store Retailers38
Nonstore Retailers0
  
Transportation/Warehouse103
Information63
  
Finance & Insurance136
Cntrl Bank/Crdt Intrmdtn82
Sec/Cmdty Cntrct/Oth Inv20
Insur/Funds/Trusts/Other34
  
Real Estate/Rent/Leasing28
Prof/Scientific/Tech Srv103
Legal Services19
Mgmt of Comp/Enterprises0
Admin/Support/Waste Mgmt18
Educational Services497
HealthCare/Social Assist412
Arts/Entertainment/Rec26
  
Accommodation/Food Srvcs197
Accommodation18
Food Srv/Drinking Places179
  
Other Srv excl Pub Admin443
Auto Repair/Maintenance36
Public Administration Emp266

Source: ESRI, 2019-10-31

Educational Attainment (25+)

Richardson County2019
Some High School386
Graduated High School1,856
Associates Degree626
Bachelor's Degree925
Graduate Degree297

Source: ESRI, 2019-10-31

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Businesses
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Businesses by NAICS

CategoryNumber
Total Businesses475
Agr/Forestry/Fish/Hunt Bus18
Mining Bus1
Utilities Bus2
Construction Bus27
Manufacturing Bus10
Wholesale Trade Bus23
  
Retail Trade Bus78
Motor Veh/Parts Dealers Bus7
Furn & Home Furnish Str Bus1
Electronics & Appl Store Bus3
Bldg Matl/Garden Equip Bus19
Food & Beverage Stores Bus10
Health/Pers Care Stores Bus4
Gasoline Stations Bus6
Clothing/Accessory Store Bus3
Sports/Hobby/Book/Music Bus5
General Merchandise Str Bus4
Misc Store Retailers Bus16
Nonstore Retailers Bus0
  
Transportation/Warehouse Bus16
Information Bus13
  
Finance & Insurance Bus25
Cntrl Bank/Crdt Intrmdtn Bus9
Sec/Cmdty Cntrct/Oth Inv Bus5
Insur/Funds/Trusts/Other Bus11
  
Real Estate/Rent/Leasing Bus13
Prof/Scientific/Tech Srv Bus22
Legal Services Bus5
Mgmt of Comp/Enterprises Bus0
Admin/Support/Waste Mgmt Bus10
Educational Services Bus11
HealthCare/Social Assist Bus21
Arts/Entertainment/Rec Bus7
  
Accommodation/Food Srvcs Bus26
Accommodation Bus5
Food Srv/Drinking Places Bus21
  
Other Srv excl Pub Admin Bus98
Auto Repair/Maintenance Bus12
Public Administration Bus41

Source: ESRI, 2019-10-31

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View Our 2018 Annual Report

It is with great pleasure that we present the 2018 Annual Report of Falls City Economic Development and Growth Enterprise (EDGE). As you can see, we have realized another successful year on the economic development front with the area realizing some great projects in 2018. Learn More

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Falls City is Economic Development Ready

Falls City earned the prestigious Nebraska Economic Development Certified Community designation, a recognition of our community's economic development readiness. Learn More

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Main Street USA

Falls City is the county seat of Richardson County. The town square is the hub of business, government and professional services. Falls City is focused on revitalizing its downtown district and in 2010 was welcomed into the Heritage Nebraska Main Street Program. Visit the Falls City Chamber of Commerce/Main Street website to learn more.

Manufacturing Day

National Manufacturing Day

National Manufacturing Day was a big success in Falls City!  EDGE hosted middle school students from Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer, Sacred Heart and Falls City Public for tours of our leading manufacturers.  Open Doors, Open Minds. Inspiring the next generation of manufactureres. Learn More