We recently heard about the $66M re-investment plan Downtown Kalamazoo will be getting over the course of the next few decades, and it will be interesting to see the economic changes that will bring the city of Kalamazoo. Strangly enough, Kalamazoo city is one of the poorest in the entire county, only bringing in slightly more income than Galesburg. Recently the Cloud Database took a pool for you find out which cities in every county bring in the most money for their household.

The following are the top 5 richest and poorest townships in Kalamazoo County:
RICHEST

County City/township Median household incomeDescending Household median, margin of error Median family income Family median, margin of error
Kalamazoo Texas township $109,385 $8,585 $117,395 $9,380
Kalamazoo Prairie Ronde township $81,797 $10,092 $88,523 $3,401
Kalamazoo Richland township $80,394 $6,740 $93,352 $11,882
Kalamazoo Alamo township $71,313 $3,810 $74,853 $10,405
Kalamazoo Ross township $71,190 $5,643 $83,170 $9,246

POOREST

County City/township Median household incomeDescending Household median, margin of error Median family income Family median, margin of error
Kalamazoo Kalamazoo township $48,670 $2,835 $58,037 $3,938
Kalamazoo Oshtemo township $43,829 $3,486 $63,936 $5,353
Kalamazoo Parchment city $43,493 $3,719 $48,068 $8,962
Kalamazoo Kalamazoo city $37,438 $1,414 $51,393 $2,262
Kalamazoo Galesburg city $32,222 $5,013 $35,398 $9,922

Let's hope we can get our numbers back up in Kalamazoo City!