Located at the intersect of U.S. Hwy 81 Expressway and Nebraska Hwy 275, Norfolk is situated directly in between the two longest east to west interstate systems in the nation (80 & 90) as well as 60 minutes from the north to south running I-29. Norfolk is a part of Madison County, Nebraska, which has a population of approximately 35,000 people.
This Northeast Nebraska town of about 25,000 is a regional retail and medical services leader. Good industrial diversification includes steel production and fabrication, injection molded plastics, industrial hose production, value added Ag, and food processing.
Northeast Nebraska has a pro-business climate and leadership is focused on ensuring our industries have the infrastructure, workforce, and tools needed to succeed in the global economy. Norfolk's economic development team includes Northeast Community College, an Aspen Top 10 award recipient. Northeast offers custom, on-demand workforce training to meet business needs and address skill gaps.
Nebraska has the distinction of being the only state in the U.S. where every single home and business receives electric service from not-for-profit, publicly owned utilities. Why does this matter? Nebraska's electric utilities put Nebraskan's first.