Blue Township/East Manhattan

Blue Township is the fastest growing part of Pottawatomie County.  Blue Township includes the eastern corner of Manhattan, primarily east of Tuttle Creek Boulevard and along the U.S. Highway 24 corridor. Blue Township grew by nearly 30% in the last 10 years.

Blue Township is an unincorporated township.
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Blue Township Statistics

Population (2010) 3,015
Population Estimate (2017) 3,504
Median Age (2017) 34.6
Educational Attainment (2017) 95.9% High School Graduate or Higher
Total Housing Units (2017) 1,323
Median Household Income (2017) $88,017
Mean Household Income (2017) $103,906
Civilians employed 16 years and over (2017) 1613
Private and salary workers (2017) 69.3%
Government workers (2017) 25.9%
Self-employed (2017) 4.8%
Unpaid family workers (2017) 0.0%
Poverty (2017) 3.0%
Veterans (2017) 194

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2013-2017 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates

Inflow/Outflow Job Counts (All Jobs for the City of Manhattan)

Manhattan Inflow

Where Residents of Manhattan Work

Manhattan work

Where Manhattan's Workforce Lives

Manhattan Live

Source: 2015 US Census Bureau retrieved from OnTheMap (June 2019)