Heartwarming memories of the past and future dreams are alive in the city of Newton. These memories and the people who have preserved them for future generations are best represented by five buildings in downtown Newton’s Historic District listed on the State and National Register of Historic Places. Each is unique and has contributed to the memories of Newton that make the community a special place to visit or live.
The City of Newton, platted in 1871 by Santa Fe Railroad land agents was officially incorporated on February 22nd, 1872. It serves as the seat of Harvey County. As soon as you enter the community, you will immediately notice the tremendous pride Newton has for its past and the great visit for its future. This is evident through the preservation of its history and aggressive community development of ReNewton, a twenty-year comprehensive plan. Newton is poised for continued growth and success.
City of Newton in 2010: 19,132
There is an abundance of properties within the Newton community to choose for your future home. From beautiful historic Victorian homes in well-established neighborhoods to new build construction in a variety of newly established settings, you will find exactly what you’re looking for. Homes range in cost from $30,000 to $500,000.