ABOUT MILLS COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION
The Mills County Economic Development Foundation (MCEDF) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to economic development and business growth. With support from the county and as a partner of the Greater Omaha Chamber, MCEDF represents one of Iowa’s high-growth areas. The geographic boundary of Mills County spans both metropolitan and rural areas. MCEDF is nonprofit organization supported by public, private, and nonprofit partners.
Mills County is located 15 miles south of the nation’s crossroads of I-80 and I-29 in the southeast corner of the Omaha/Council Bluffs Metropolitan Statistical Area.
WHY MILLS COUNTY, IOWA?
Mills County is located in Southwest Iowa and the Greater Omaha Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) and boasts open space, plenty of inventory, and quick access to interstate, rail, and air. Here you will find people and businesses ready to help you grow. Located within the Loess Hills, Mills County combines the location benefits of being near a major metropolitan city with the pastoral and outdoor amenities for those looking to explore the Loess Hills.
Mills County Economic Development Foundation
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