COUNTY MEDIAN FAMILY INCOME
FOR FOUR-PERSON FAMILY 1
Nebraska - Fiscal Year 2012  
County FY 2012 Median Income Estimate 3
Adams $60,900
Antelope 48,400
Arthur 48,400
Banner 55,900
Blaine 44,300
Boone 55,200
Box Butte 56,800
Boyd 43,900
Brown 47,400
Buffalo 64,500
Burt 58,200
Butler 62,100
Cass 4 72,700
Cedar 55,900
Chase 52,200
Cherry 54,800
Cheyenne 67,800
Clay 56,400
Colfax 58,600
Cuming 59,100
Custer 53,100
Dakota 5 59,700
Dawes 53,500
Dawson 54,900
Deuel 52,500
Dixon5 59,700
Dodge 56,700
Douglas 4 72,700
Dundy 56,600
Fillmore 57,800
Franklin 50,600
Frontier 56,900
Furnas 52,300
Gage 57,400
Garden 46,200
Garfield 50,000
Gosper 55,600
Grant 48,200
Greeley 56,900
Hall 57,900
Hamilton 61,000
Harlan 56,400
Hayes 53,100
Hitchcock 43,000
Holt 58,300
Hooker 53,800
Howard 59,900
Jefferson 57,400
Johnson 56,900
Kearney 66,700
Keith 57,800
Keya Paha 42,700
Kimball 55,000
Knox 53,100
Lancaster 67,900
Lincoln 64,600
Logan 50,300
Loup 46,500
McPherson 63,800
Madison 61,500
Merrick 55,800
Morrill 49,600
Nance 55,400
Nemaha 58,900
Nuckolls 44,300
Otoe 63,000
Pawnee 52,700
Perkins 62,400
Phelps 65,300
Pierce 62,000
Platte 63,400
Polk 59,800
Red Willow 58,300
Richardson 53,400
Rock 49,700
Saline 58,500
Sarpy 4 72,700
Saunders 4 71,800
Scotts Bluff 55,000
Seward 76,400
Sheridan 45,200
Sherman 51,100
Sioux 56,100
Stanton 60,800
Thayer 54,700
Thomas 64,100
Thurston 49,400
Valley 52,500
Washington 4 72,700
Wayne 59,800
Webster 48,800
Wheeler 53,200
York 62,800
Source: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 2013
1 "Family refers to the Census definition of a family, which is a householder with one or more other persons living in the same household who are related to the householder by birth, marriage, or adoption. The definition of family excludes one-person households."
2 The 1999 median family income is the starting point for subsequent HUD estimates of income. "Median income reports the midpoint in the ranked distribution of income.  . . . Family income is the sum of the income for all family members 15 years old and over."
3 These numbers are estimates that HUD is required to produce as part of administering its housing programs. 
4 Equal to the Omaha MSA estimate, which includes Cass, Douglas, Sarpy, and Washington Counties in Nebraska and Pottawattamie County in Iowa.  1999 median income is actual county Census figure, not the Omaha MSA figure.
5 Equal to the Sioux City MSA estimate, which includes Dakota & Dixon Counties in Nebraska,Woodbury County in Iowa, and Union County in So. Dak.
Last Updated: September 5, 2013
by Nebraska Databook
email: michael.lundeen@nebraska.gov