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Cheney Population: 10,631

Total Males: 5,159
Total Females: 5,472
Median Household Income: $28,478
Total Households: 3,658

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Brief Information About Cheney


The city of Cheney is located in the County of Spokane. It has a total area of about 11 sq. km. and its elevation is by about 2353 ft. above the sea level. Industries related to informatin technology, real estate and automotive serve as the backbone of the community's economic infrastructure. Individuls indulge themselves in computer repair, computer peripheral manufacturing, computer software and system design services. The real estate sector enhance the development of businesses related to  building material supplies, building contractors, real estate management, real estate loans and services offered by real estate lawyers. The automotive industry experience developments through presence of businesses related to auto sales and servicing, auto paint and transmission facilities. Many individuals are employed as professional accountants, lawyers and business consultants etc. Restaurants, wine and beer shops and pharmacies utilize the commercial spaces offered by the local administration.



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