Leonardville

Leonardville is small city in Northwest Riley County. It became incorporated in 1881 and was named after Leonard T. Smith, president of the Kansas Central Railway, for the company's involvement in the development of Leonardville.

The City of Leonardville is governed by an elected Mayor and a City Council of five elected Representatives. It is a city of the 3rd class and has a population of 449 inhabitants.

Community Statistics

Population (2017) 449
Population Estimate (2017) 451
Median Age (2017) 48.1
Education Attainment (2017) 94.6% High School Graduate or Higher
Total Housing Units (2017) 163
Median Household Income (2017) $47,813
Mean Household Income (2017) $52,913
Foreign Born (2016) 1
Poverty (2017) 9.5% Below Poverty level
Veterans (2017) 42
Civilian Employed Population 16 Years and Over (2017) 217
Private wage and salary workers (2016) 148
Government Workers (2016) 50
Self Employed (2016) 15

Source: American Community Survey 2017 (American Fact Finder)