The Ahnapee State Trail in northeastern Wisconsin offers a tour of the bodies of water on the Door Peninsula, with scenic views of Lake Superior, Lake Michigan and the Wisconsin River. The Duck Creek Trail connects to the Newton - Blackmour State Trail, which branches off east of the town of Seymour, on Vanderheuvel Road. The Devil's River State Trail stretches for more than 14 miles and connects the state's two most popular hiking trails in the area, Duck Creek and Devil River State Trails.
The city borders on Neenah in the south, Clayton in the west, Menasha, Waukesha and Wausau in the north and east, each with a population of about 1,000.
The racial composition of the city is black, white, brown, black - and white and white with a mix of other ethnicities. The population is distributed among the age group, with 11.0% 65 years or older and 5.5% younger.
There are 6,521 residential units in the city, of which 1,821 are single-family homes and 2,071 are multi-family homes. 31.4% have children under 18 living with them, 58.6% are married couples who live together and are not a family, 7.0% have a housekeeper with a husband and 7% have no spouse. The poverty line is $18.3.1, 18.3% (-1.5%) for men and $19,743 for women, which is 1.7% for the total population.
The median income per household in the city is $50,887, and the median income per family is $60,097. At the 11-2000 census, 4,320 families lived in the city, with a median household income of $44,826. Median income per household in this city was $50,889, while the poverty line is $18.3,18.3.
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Advanced users will also see a circle around the radius that shows a radius on the map. You can change the range to any number of 999 miles or set a minimum and maximum distance (up to 999 miles). If you have limited population data (the radius of the city is too small, very little is displayed), this means that we do not have data on the population of a city within a certain radius, such as the city of Milwaukee, Milwaukee County and the state of Wisconsin. For example, you can change the Population field below to get a different result: "I am limited by population and data, so I have a limited radius of 1,000 miles from my home, but it is too little to display it.
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If you need a town or city located 25 miles east of Menasha, you can filter the value table and export the "Menasha" results to the CSV. For example, if you want to get a list of all cities located more than 25 miles south of Menasha (as you would in an SE / NE spreadsheet program), you need to filter by city. This calculation is based on Haverine's formula and the number of cities in the state with at least 1,000 residents and a 75-mile radius.
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The process of incorporating the town of Menasha into a village began in 1979 when the name Bridgeview was proposed. The long-term plan, as it was completed, envisaged folding the remaining part into the new village, provided there were no objections from the remaining residents.