Kingman is a city along Route 66, in northwestern Arizona. The historic road's role in American history is celebrated at the Route 66 Museum, set inside the Powerhouse Visitors Center. Murals, dioramas and a library at the Mohave Museum of History and Arts trace local history. Locomotive Park, featuring a 1928 steam engine, and the Kingman Railroad Museum document the city's past as a 20th-century railway hub.
Located in the Hualapai Valley between the Cerbat and Hualapai mountain ranges, the historic Kingman has everything - access to large markets, hundreds of acres of affordable commercial real estate, progressive distribution of transport infrastructure, low taxes and excellent quality of life. Kingman has a family atmosphere, mild weather, scenic views and an abundance of outdoor activities.
Kingman was founded in 1882 when Arizona was still a territory. It is home to Mohave County, the 5th largest county in the United States and covers 13,470 square miles. Mohave County borders the three states of California, Nevada and Utah.
Kingman offers an inexpensive business environment compared to other southwestern markets. In Arizona, taxes have been reduced for over a decade and incentive programs have been created that are profitable for the business.
According to Kingman's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report the top employers in the city are:
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