Neosho County is a progressive community with new schools, a new
hospital addition, and a two-year college. In addition to our clean
air and water, Neosho County has a hard working populate with family
values. Natural resources include agriculture, aggregate rock for
cement, oil and gas production, and numerous manufacturing.
The Neosho River with ample hunting, fishing and biking for the
outdoor enthusiast dissects Neosho County. Several lakes dot the
county making for ample opportunity for outdoor activities. Those
lakes include Neosho Wildlife Area, Neosho State Lake, Parsons City
Lake, Chanute City Lake and two Thayer City Lakes.
Chanute, our largest city, has fiber optics available for those
working in cyber space.
Neosho County has an area of 576 square miles and a population of