Community Economic Development

Local Highlights

April 5, 2021

Color a picture and submit it to be in the running for a cool prize!!

March 22, 2021

Free virtual series aims to help individuals build their financial wellbeing and knowledge. 

February 5, 2021

Learn how to manage the day-to-day stresses of rural life. 

February 5, 2021

Unwind and enjoy an off-farm experience with other farm couples. 

Community and Business Resources for Chickasaw County

Data for Decision Makers

New Hampton Economic Development

 

 

US Census Bureau

 

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Community and Ecnomic Development

Community and Economic Development Resources  are  a web-based marketplace where community leaders can review and make selections from a variety of technical assistance, consulting and educational programs that will improve the quality of life in your community.

Schools in Chickasaw County:

 

 

Statewide Resources

  • ISU Extension assists Iowa communities in planning and encouraging sustainable community and economic development that lead to positive quality of life for all citizens.

  • ICIP provides data and research on local economic, demographic, and social trends for business and communities.

  • Reports of recent and historical trends in the local retail trade sector by city.

  • Helping the College of Engineering and Iowa State University Extension and Outreach carry out their land-grant university mission to improve the quality of life in Iowa by enhancing the performance of Iowa industry.

  • The CVC facilitates networking among small and medium size rural communities, sponsors policy analyses, engages communities in dialogue, and fosters discussion among rural and urban interests.

  • Data on each county in Iowa including population demographics, education, retail sales, personal income, employment, occupation, housing, and family characteristics.

  • Specialists have compiled a list of resources to help you prepare for and recover from natural disasters. Remember to take care of yourself and your family first; then deal with the things lost to the disaster.

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