Gilead, NE

Gilead:  A Historic Rural Community  in Thayer County, Nebraska

Engage in the quiet beauty of this quaint rural village in southern Nebraska situated between the Historic Oregon Trail and the Rose Creek settlement.  Gilead began and continues as a prosperous farming region.   Carrying on  the tradition in agriculture where the area is mostly made up of dry land and irrigated crop land today  producing  corn, soybeans, milo, and alfalfa.  Enjoy a night out at the Historic “Pioneers Inn” restaurant situated in an historic 1887 limestone building with an old-fashioned ceiling-high wooden bar.  Drive down the country road to vist the remote Historic District 17 Rock School built in 1873 of native limestone rock.

Gilead, NE

Population

Total Population

38

Population
Growth Rate

-0.23%

Median Age

53

Diversity Index

0.000

Housing & Income

Households

16

Total Housing Units

24


Owner Occupied

14

Renter Occupied

2

Vacant

8

Median Home Value

$93,750


Average Home Value

$157,692

Income
Growth Rate

Median
Household Income

0.00%


Per Capita Income

2.57%

Income Projection

Median Household

$54,830 $75,000


Average Household

$75,993 $89,233


Per Capita

$36,892 $41,873

Workforce

Total Businesses

1

Total Employed

10

Workers 16+

28

2021 Food Service/Drinking Estab

cp-industries

Businesses

1

Employed

10

2021 Accommodation/Food Service

cp-industries

Businesses

1

Employed

10

Some
High School

2

Graduated
High School

10

Associates
Degree

4

Bachelor's
Degree

3

Graduate
Degree

1

Average Commute Time

0 min.



Resident Commuters

22

Non-Resident Commuters

6

Drive Alone

28

Carpooled

0

Public

0

Work At Home

0


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