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Retiring in The Sunflower State will be easier with Senior Living’s extensive web database of senior living options. From Kansas City to Goodland to Dodge City, you can search from 719 retirement communities across the state. You’ll find valuable information like peer reviews, articles and pictures of the communities. And below you’ll find a fact snapshot of Kansas designed to give you an overview of the state.
Among Kansas’ largest cities—Kansas City, Wichita, Overland Park and Topeka—you should find the state’s largest concentration of senior facilities. The cost of living Kansas is 8% below the national average. According to zillow.com the median list price of homes is $146,000. Civil service, state/local government and military retirement are exempt from taxes. If you make under $75,000, Social Security is exempt. Out-of-state government pensions are taxed.
The Kansas climate varies depending on whether you live in the eastern half or the western half. In the east, the summers are hot and humid; the winters fairly cold. The summers in the west can be very hot but less humid. The winters vary from cool to very cold. Snowfall in the state ranges from 5 inches to 35 inches per year.
You’ll find plenty to do in Kansas like Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center, the Big Basin Prairie Preserve, the John Brown Museum, the Eisenhower Library, the Cherokee Strip Museum, and many other attractions. Wichita, the largest city, has a symphony, the Wichita Gardens, the Kansas Aviation Museum, the Wichita Art Museum and many other amenities.
If you’re ready to start your search for retirement communities click on one of the Kansas cities. Or type your address in the search box above and you’ll get a map and a list of locations near you. If you have more questions click on Contact Us and Senior Living will get back to you. We’ve tried to make finding the right Kansas senior living communities easy and convenient.