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Life in York County

Are you looking for the perfect place to live? One that offers a multitude of amenities, recreational opportunities yet has a low cost of living? If so, we will fill you in on a little secret. It exists. In York County, Nebraska.

York County is one of the premier places in America to live, work, play and do business. The county is often recognized for its sensational K-12 education institutions and offers multiple higher education opportunities. The numerous amenities and recreational opportunities provide a feeling of being in a suburban area while being in a rural setting.

Come explore York County, Nebraska and see what happens when work/life balance meets affordability.

For more information visit  Our Communities, Education, Churches,  Housing & Neighborhoods and the rest under our 'Life' tab.

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Parks, recreational activities, programs and special events for every walk of life

Residents and visitors in York County can enjoy a wide variety of recreational opportunities like sports, dining, nature walks, literature and history, shopping, movies, and the theater. Just to name a few!

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Affordable Power

NPPD Industrial energy rates are 11% below national rates based on 2012 Energy Information Administration data. This does not take into account the fact that NPPD had no rate increase in 2014.

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Nebraska is home to five Fortune 500 Companies

  • Berkshire Hathaway
  • ConAgra Foods
  • Union Pacific
  • Peter Kiewit Sons'
  • Mutual of Omaha
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York County is the home of sensational public schools and higher education opportunities.

The county offers 9 different K-12 institutions – all following the Career Pathway mode – and both York College and Southeast Community College's York Regional Learning Center for those pursuing higher education.

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Nebraska ... the Good Life

York County, Nebraska is a progressive community strategically located at the intersection of US Hwy 81 and Interstate 80, two of America's most traveled roadways, and is less than 40 minutes from Lincoln, Nebraska's capital city.