Norwood Young America Homes For Sale
Norwood Young America is a primarily rural town, but because of its location, has access to a plethora of shopping centers, high-end dining, and other great entertainment options in the nearby metro area. Recreation within the city includes everything from hunting and fishing, golf courses, hiking trails, and more. See all that this beautiful city has to offer by browsing our listings of homes for sale in Norwood Young America.
Median Home Price: $162,000
Norwood Young America
From the public pool, to the sports complex, to picnic areas, and more, Norwood Young America is filled with awesome recreational facilities. Whether you enjoy ice-skating, hiking, swimming, or anything in-between, there’s the perfect place to have fun and be active here.
Whether you need to pick up the perfect gift, or everyday essential items, Norwood Young America has an assortment of retailers to meet your needs. Stop by The Olde Mill House Antique & Gift Shoppe for a unique present, or Maggie’s Material World for some new clothing! No matter what you’re looking for, you’ll find it nearby in Norwood Young America.
If you’re looking for a new dining experience, Norwood Young America is just the place. From mouthwatering burgers at Unkle Thirsty’s Bar and Grill to delicious all you can eat pizza at Unhinged Pizza Buffet, you’ll find something for everyone here.
Norwood Young America seeks to protect the environment and keep the community as beautiful and sustainable as possible. Because of this, the city and community work together to implement energy-efficient practices and environmental responsibility. The city provides residents with comprehensive recycling programs, as well as encouraging alternative energy sources to power homes.
Central Public Schools, Independent School District #108, is responsible for providing educational services to the residents of Norwood Young America. This district is known for a consistently high graduation rate of 96% due to the outstanding teaching staff and innovative technology integration in the classroom.
There is no public transportation authority that operates within Norwood Young America.
The Norwood Young America City Council is responsible for the oversight of all city ordinances, policies, and business. The Mayor and four councilmembers make up the council, which meets on the second and fourth Monday of each month.
Norwood Young America is the amalgamation of the earlier communities of Norwood and Young America. Young America was established first, platted in 1856, while Norwood was not platted until 1872. The two cities were merged on January 1, 1997, to create the city of approximately 4,000 residents we know today!