Join us to experience the community spirit, great opportunities, and unparalleled quality of life that flow through Sac City like the beautiful river that defines the town’s picturesque natural beauty. Sac City offers many large-city amenities in a safe, friendly, and caring small-town setting. Come for a visit and find that Sac City is a great place for entreprenuers, businesses, and industries.
A local countertop manufacturing business, nearby refrigeration manufacturer, agricultural industries, schools, and healthcare industry provide quality jobs for residents.
An industrial park near four-lane Highway 20 is available for new development.
City gas, water, and sewer have ample capacity to support growth and new industry
Strong local banks
City and regional incentives will assist business expansion or new development.
Sac City has incentives available for new businesses and business expansion.
Sac City Industrial Park
The 18.27-acre Industrial Park with utilities is ready for new businesses and offers free or reduced-price land to qualified companies.
Located in the northwest corner of the city, zoned M-1 Light Industrial, and directly linked to D36 by a 1/3 mile long, 29' wide, 8 inch thick concrete street. Utilities on site feature a 12-inch water main, 2-inch natural gas line, 8-inch sanitary sewer line. All these utilities are municipally owned. There is 3-phase electricity with MidAmerican Energy. The cost of the site may be part of an incentive package.
"Sac City would make for an excellent location for a distribution center, any type of manufacturing, medical industry subsidiaries … really the opportunities are limitless."
— Council Member Bruce Perry
Sac City, Iowa offers many advantages for your business.
Location along four-lane Highway 20, nearly equidistant from Interstates 80 and 90, as well as Interstates 35 and 29 Energetic and dedicated work force Community is located in the heart of one of the nation’s richest agricultural areas Home of Loring Hospital, a 25-bed critical access facility serving the needs of Sac and surrounding counties Chamber Main Street Community Sac Development Corporation builds area connections Relatively low cost of living in a community that features numerous amenities Fiber-optic internet availability Beautiful Natural Setting
North Raccoon River
9-hole Golf course
Community Center with a gym, conference room, full-size kitchen, gym, indoor playground, weight room, cardio room, and an indoor pool
Active Library programs
Commitment to Children
Kids World center
East Sac County Schools
Summer Recreation programs
Chautauqua Park, home to one of the few extant Chautauqua buildings in the nation
Beautiful older homes
Picturesque turn-of-the century business district
For more information, call City Administrator, Jamie Lawrence, at 712-662-7593 or City Council Member, Bruce Perry, at 515-979-5620.