Like many cities west of the Missouri River, Troy experienced a population boom after the millennium, increasing from 6,700 residents in 2000 to just under its current population of 10,000 in 2005. That population growth set the pace for progress in this small-town community that has country comforts and suburban amenities.
Young families and retirees alike are attracted to Troy because of its affordable new homes, award-winning school district, low crime rate, and overall rural serenity. The quality of life in Troy is enhanced by the city’s recreation and shopping opportunities.
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