Columbia County, Wisconsin is located in the south-central part of the state, and is home to nearly 57,000 people. The county is part of the Wisconsin Dells-Baraboo metropolitan area, and has a strong economy based on manufacturing, tourism, and agriculture.
The median household income in Columbia County is $60,819, which is slightly higher than the national median of $61,937. The county has a poverty rate of 10.3%, which is lower than the national average of 11.8%. The unemployment rate in Columbia County is 3.3%, which is lower than the national average of 3.7%.
The population of Columbia County is largely white (94.3%), with a small percentage of African Americans (2.3%), Asians (1.2%), and Hispanics (1.4%). The median age in the county is 40.1, which is slightly higher than the national median of 38.2.
Columbia County is home to several educational institutions, including the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, Southwest Technical College, and the Wisconsin Dells School District. The county also has a number of private schools, such as St. John's Lutheran School, St. Joseph's Catholic School, and Wisconsin Heights School District.
Columbia County has a wide range of real estate options, from single-family homes to luxury properties. The median home value in the county is $166,400, which is slightly higher than the national median of $184,700. The median rent in the county is $902, which is slightly lower than the national median of $949.
Overall, Columbia County is a vibrant and diverse county with a strong economy and a variety of educational and real estate options. The county has a higher median household income and a lower unemployment rate than the national average, and is home to a variety of educational institutions. The county also has a wide range of real estate options, from single-family homes to luxury properties.