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Nora Springs Population: 1,439

Total Males: 679
Total Females: 760
Median Household Income: $46,875
Total Households: 618

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Brief Information About Nora Springs


Nora Springs is in Cerro Gordo and Floyd Counties of Iowa, USA. The Water Tower is an important landmark of this place.

The major businesses include trucking, tourism, dealership, consulting, hospitality, rehabilitation services, remodeling and repair, real estate, plumbing, photography, internet services, home building and child care services, cable television services.

It has shops, camping grounds, convenience stores, groceries and supermarkets and parks and monuments and skin care centers.



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