City of Hillsboro

Founded 1871
Population 2,993

Hillsboro, Kansas, is gateway to Marion Reservoir Lake and the picturesque Flint Hills. Hillsboro residents are in touch with nearly one million people in less than an hour’s drive; Wichita to the South, Salina to the North, Hutchinson to the West, and Emporia to the East. Two state highways intersect at Hillsboro providing quick access to the Interstate system, Highway 56 traveling East and West, and Highway 15 heading North and South.

Hillsboro’s 3,000 residents enjoy living in a progressive town in an agricultural setting. Hillsboro has a strong educational system, enhanced by a multi-million-dollar athletic stadium recently completed as a joint venture between USD 410 and Tabor College. Hillsboro has an aggressive business climate with an active industrial park home to several businesses including two trailer manufacturing firms, feed mill, and Barkman Honey LLC, one of the nation’s leading producers of table honey to name a few. Hillsboro became a member of the Kansas Power Pool in 2005.

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