Community Economic Development

Local Highlights

Green corn field with blue sky and white clouds
December 2, 2019

Farmers, Landowners, and Ag Professionals Offered Guidance on Farm Bill Decisions. 

Holiday meal with turkey, and bowls of vegetables
November 21, 2019

Useful tips to help keep your holiday meals safe!

Man and woman holding hands
November 14, 2019

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

Colorfully decorated Holiday Cookies
November 12, 2019

Vote for your favorite decorated cookies  and decorate one of your own to eat while warming up with a cup of homemade hot chocolate!

Holiday open house flyer
October 31, 2019

This Saturday from 9am to noon! 

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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