Howard County, county in Indiana, United States. As of 2020 county had an estimated population of 82,732 inhabitants. The county was created 179 years ago in 1844. Its county seat is Kokomo.
There are 4 city/town in Howard County, IN. The largest city of Howard County is Kokomo with a population of 58,243. Other cities include, Indian Heights population 3,011, Greentown population 2,367 and Russiaville population 1,103
Located in north-central Indiana, Howard County contains a mix of small cities, towns, and rural communities. Here are some of the notable populated places in Howard County:
Kokomo - The largest city and county seat, Kokomo has around 60,000 residents. Historically known for auto manufacturing, Kokomo has a revitalized downtown with eateries and shops.
Greentown - Located northeast of Kokomo, Greentown has around 2,500 residents. It hosts an annual Glass Festival celebrating its glass-making history.
Russiaville - This small town of around 1,000 residents earned the nickname “Screw Capital of the World” for its dominance in screw machine products manufacturing.
Sycamore - Sycamore is an unincorporated community along the Wildcat Creek with around 300 residents. It has pioneer roots dating back to the 1830s.
Cassville - A tiny rural community of less than 100 people, Cassville was once a stagecoach stop and has historic buildings from the 19th century.
Other Howard County towns include Hemlock, Jerome, Kongoray, New London, and Taylor Corner. The area provides a mix of industrial history and quaint rural charm minutes from Kokomo.
List of cities, towns, neighborhoods & other populated places in Howard County.
|Greentown||Town in Indiana, United States||2,367|
|Indian Heights||Census-designated place in Howard County, Indiana||3,011|
|Kokomo||The most populous city in Howard County, Indiana.||58,243|
|Russiaville||City in Howard County, Indiana, United States of America||1,103|