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Cosmopolis Population: 1,437

Total Males: 701
Total Females: 736
Median Household Income: $46,979
Total Households: 593

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Brief Information About Cosmopolis


The city of Cosmopolis is located in the county of Grays Harbor. It has a total area of about 4 sq. km. and located at an elevation of about 26 ft. from the sea level. Businesses related to the automotive industry involves auto repair and servicing, auto part supplies, auto transmissions and auto restoration services. Real estate sector related businesses like building material supplies, building contractors and real estate management agencies enhance the economic condition of the local community. Truck related businesses like truck renting and leasing facilities, trailer renting and repairing and truck dealers also offer many individuals to earn their living. Many individuals are also engaged as lawyers, psychologists, marriage and family counselors and offer services on a professional basis. Some are involved with food carryout services and groceries and supermarkets and catering agencies. A significant number of individuals are involved in businesses like fast food restaurants, food carry out services. Banks, insurance, car finance and mortgage companies holds an important place in the economy.



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