of South Sioux City Announces Economic Development Project | Local News

SOUTH SIOUX CITY – The Town of South Sioux City has announced a new economic development project to spur growth and job creation for small businesses.

With a grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce – Economic Development Administration, the city will soon begin construction of Commerce Way, a critical infrastructure project serving the All-American Subdivision.

The proposed project constructs approximately 1,550 linear feet of paved street to complete a commercial development, which will provide light industry, warehouse, distribution centers and service areas, according to a city release. The project will subdivide 24 acres into 12 lots and install necessary infrastructure for business development, such as road paving, sewers and water, storm sewers, power and communications.

The release says the opening of Commerce Way will increase the number of shovel-ready sites in South Sioux City and is expected to create 56 high-quality jobs in transportation and other crucial industries. Several companies are already considering buying this land for their expansion.

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“Having quality land with paving, water, sewer and fiber optics is ideal for attracting new and expanding businesses,” South Sioux City Mayor Rod Koch said in the statement.

The U.S. Department of Commerce – Economic Development Administration’s investment is designed to lay the foundation for sustainable job growth and the building of sustainable regional economies across the United States. This foundation is based on two key economic drivers: innovation and regional collaboration.

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