Buffalo County, Wisconsin is a rural county located in the western part of the state. It has a population of 13,611 and a median household income of $55,876. The unemployment rate is 3.2%, which is lower than the national average of 3.7%.
The population of Buffalo County is mostly white (93.6%), with a small percentage of African Americans (2.2%), Hispanics (2.2%), and Asians (1.4%). The median age is 43.4 years, and the median age of homeowners is 48.4 years.
Education in Buffalo County is provided by the Buffalo County School District, which consists of five elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school. The district also offers a variety of vocational and technical programs. The high school graduation rate is 91.3%, which is higher than the state average of 88.7%.
Real estate in Buffalo County is affordable. The median home value is $143,400, which is lower than the state median of $197,000. The median rent is $788, which is lower than the state median of $936. Homeownership is also higher than the state average, at 73.9%.
Overall, Buffalo County is a rural county with a low unemployment rate and an affordable real estate market. The population is mostly white and the median age of homeowners is 48.4 years. Education is provided by the Buffalo County School District, and the high school graduation rate is higher than the state average.