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Other Spellings

Gateway Dr is also spelled Gateway Drive, Gateway Driv, Gateway Drv.
Neosho, MO

Time Zone & Current Time

Neosho, MO lies within the Central Standard Time (or CST). The current time in Central Standard Time is 11:13 PM on 11/26/2015.
Neosho, MO

Top Streets

Adams St, Allen Pl, Ankney Pl, Archer Ct, Barton Pl, Baxter St, Beaumont St, Benham Ave, Benton Ave, and Blair Ave
Neosho, MO

Population Demographics

Household Income
Home Value
36 years old
51% female
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About Neosho, MO

Neosho (; originally or ; officially City of Neosho) is the most populous city in and the county seat of Newton County, Missouri, United States. Neosho is an integral part of the Joplin, Missouri Metropolitan Statistical Area. Located in southwestern Missouri on the southern edge of the Midwest, Neosho lies at the western edge of the Missouri Ozarks. The population was 10,505 at the time of the 2000 census. The name "Neosho" is generally accepted to be of Native American (most likely Osage) derivation, meaning "clear, cold water", referring to local freshwater springs. The springs attracted varying cultures of Native American inhabitants for thousands of years. It was also ideal for the later European-American settlers, who founded their style of city in 1833. It was incorporated as a municipal government in 1878. Nicknamed "City of Springs", Neosho has served as an agricultural center and more recently as a National Fish Hatchery. Neosho is known locally as "Gateway to the Ozarks" and, since the 1957, as "the Flower Box City". Neosho natives such as the painter and Regionalist muralist Thomas Hart Benton, ragtime composer and pianist James Scott, and the celebrated African-American inventor and botanist George Washington Carver have contributed to American life. Today, Neosho is enjoying a renaissance, particularly in the historic downtown area. Through a combination of private investment and public resources, numerous restoration and revitalization projects have been undertaken in the historic city center to restore its architectural quality, upgrade the infrastructure, and generally improve the quality of life of downtown. Due to 21st-century widespread economic problems in the region and state, the city is struggling with its budget.[http://www.neoshodailynews.com/newsnow/x1609354137/City-of-Neosho-announces-several-personnel-cuts-in-light-of-budget-issues] Neosho is developing research to support America's transition to alternative energy. Neosho's Crowder College has been deeply involved in research since the early 1980s; it built the first solar-powered vehicle to successfully complete a coast-to-coast journey across the United States in 1984. In the spring of 2009, the college is scheduled to break ground on the MARET (Missouri Alternative & Renewable Energy Technology) Center, a facility to encourage the development of experimental programs and alternative energy systems. (more on Wikipedia)