Waverly is a small and attractive town in northeastern Coffey County, Kansas. At one time, both the Santa Fe and the Missouri Pacific railroads served Waverly. Now, nearby Interstate 35 and US-75 have taken the railroads' place but continue to provide the town with good access to transportation.
The community is proud of its parks, schools, and churches. Activities are well attended even by those with no school-age children. The local library, a branch of the Coffey County Library, is modern, well-equipped, and well-staffed. It is jammed with kids after school, and they really seem to enjoy it.
Many of the early settlers were from Ohio, and this heritage is still celebrated in the Ohio Days festival held each summer. Everybody in town turns out for the parade, a carnival, and lots of food and fun.
Waverly is blessed with abundant good water, and electric power is low in cost. Several colleges and a vocational/technical training center are nearby. These assets combined with the good transportation and central location, make it a great location for light industry, as well as a great place to live and raise kids.