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Gardner, KS Contractors

Located in Johnson County, Kansas, the city of Gardner, which is part of the Kansas City Metropolitan Area, has existed as a town since before the Territory of Kansas became a state.


Founded in 1857, the city of Gardner, which consisted of 320 acres of land when it was staked off in August of that year, is believed to be named after then-governor of Massachusetts, Henry J. Gardner. The Massachusetts connection to Gardner's founding is based on the activities of the Massachusetts Emigrant Aid Company, which aimed to foster Free-State status for the Territory of Kansas, thereby breaking down the major barriers to emigration. As the society's 1854 report stated, "The Massachusetts Emigrant Aid Company promises to give confidence to settlers, by giving system to emigration. By dispelling the fears that Kansas will be a Slave State, the Company will remove the only bar which now hinders its occupation by free settlers." The society also promoted immigration to the territory by extolling its virtues while offering assistance to those who considered settling there.


Situated at the junction of two famous trails — the Santa Fe Trail and the Oregon Trail — Gardner has been referred to as "the grand-daddy of all highway junctions." The town's location has also been credited with spurring both its early growth and its more recent economic development. Residing in the vicinity of Kansas City and sitting at the heart of bustling Johnson County have contributed a great deal to the city's vibrant business landscape and blossoming prosperity.


The city of Gardner, population 19,123 as of the 2010 U.S. Census, is comprised of almost exactly 50 percent male and 50 percent female residents. Compared to the rest of the state, the median age of the city's residents is more than a decade younger, with Gardner reporting a median resident age of 30 years and Kansas listing a median resident age of 43 years. Median annual household income in Gardner is approximately 22 percent higher than the national average and 38 percent higher than the average for the rest of the state of Kansas, while the city's cost of living is slightly below the national average.


Average summer high temperatures in Gardner for the month of July are fairly hot, hitting about 90 degrees F, while average January low temperatures can drop to a wintry 20 degrees F. At 38.8 inches, annual rainfall is a few inches higher than the national average.


Local area attractions include Celebration Park and Sports Complex, New Century Field House, Gardner Aquatic Center and several historical sites, including the Gardner Historical Museum, Dr. William C. Harkey House, Dr. William Thomas Turner Barn — aka, Turner Barn — and Gardner Lake Beach House. Check the Gardner Edge Calendar for upcoming local events.

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