Park City, Kansas, is a suburb of Wichita, located directly to the north of the city, running alongside I-135, and near State Routes 254 and 96. It’s about 10 miles away from the city.
Park City was first founded in the 1870s, and was revitalized in 1953, and then incorporated as a city in the 1980s. As of the 2010 census, the population was 7,297.
There were a total of 2,200 housing units, and 62.1% of the population were married couples living together. The suburb has a low overall cost of living, and the median household income is $42,794, with 5.5% of the population living under the poverty line. The median home value is $115,800.
Most of the population works in Wichita or surrounding areas. Jobs within Park City are primarily in the service industry, such as hospitality and food service.
For education and schooling, Park City is served by both the Wichita USD 259 and Valley Center USD 262 school districts, both of which provide K-12 education in the area.
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