Economic Development

The City of Sidney is located in western Nebraska near the Colorado border along Interstate 80.  It represents one of five communities in Cheyenne County, and holds the county seat.  As one of Nebraska's fastest growing cities, Sidney has experienced nearly $250 million in new investment within the last five years.

With access to three rail lines and its location on the north-south U.S. Highway 385 and east-west I-80 interchange, Sidney has become one of the premier transportation service areas in the central United States.

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Businesses in Sidney are able to reach more than 22 million people within a single day's drive, including large markets such as Salt Lake City, Oklahoma City, Kansas City, and Denver.

The city also boasts a truly rich, colorful and prominent American history, which instills small-town values in its residents to this day.  When you mix a desirable business location with small-town infrastructure that is both collaborative and receptive, you get Sidney's community motto....

Small-Town Values...
Big-Time Opportunities!


More Information & Resources

Visit the webpages below for more detailed and specific information about Sidney's economic development.