Welcome to York County!
The communities in York County, offer all of the character of a small town with the advantage of being conveniently located between Nebraska's metropolitan city's. York County provides a select number of amenities found only in larger more metropolitan cities, cutting-edge health care technologies and facilities, a vibrant hospitality industry ready to serve the needs of visitors and residents alike, progressive educational institutions, and a full range of support services for families and businesses.
In York County:
- Opportunities are everywhere.
- People can advance their careers quickly and grow into management roles.
- The cost of living is low, leaving more money for travel and fun.
- Our millennials are leading, contributing, and making a difference.
- It's easy to advance your education with York College and Southeast Community College York Learning Center.
- Entrepreneurs & Small Business owners are succeeding here.
York County Nebraska Releases "Why Millennials Are Choosing York County" White Paper
Sometimes rain delays projects, but the A+ Construction project has stayed close to schedule. Their contractors broke ground the end of May 2019, and it should be done in a month or so. Meet Kelly Bukaske, with A+ Construction speaks on what's left.
Innovation is key to business growth. Congratulations Don Freeman III and company! York County, Nebraska Businesses are continuing to move agri-business forward! #WhyYorkCounty
Economic Development is keeping your existing business and helping them with their growth plans!
Brent Comstock from BCom Solutions sits down with area York County students to discuss the opportunity that exists working and living in Rural America. By living in Rural America, entrepreneurs and young leaders can see and experience the impact they have on their community.
The City of York, Nebraska has a city-owned industrial site which is ready to go! This video showcases the 34-acre park and a virtual spec building. The site is located close to the intersection of Interstate 80 and US. 81.
Why would a young family relocated to York County, Nebraska? Opportunities, connections and a great quality of life. Take some time to listen to these four couples.
York County, Nebraska leaders meet to discuss the child care demand in the community. Featured Speaker is Mike Feeken with First Five Nebraska
Lisa Hurley, YCDC Executive Director, explains what a Business Retention & Expansion program does, and why York County Development Corporation focuses on it.
This week Lisa shares a house is available through the City of York's Purchase Rehab Resale program.
Lisa Hurley, YCDC Executive Director touches on opportunities in York County, Nebraska. Visit www.whyyorkcounty.com to watch videos and look over job opportunities.
The York County, Nebraska Corteva locations is in the midst of harvest and are looking for long-term employees. Listen to Tami Batt speak on her experience, and about the career paths offered at Corteva.
In order to tell our County's story, we need to share our stories. Lisa share's her #WhyYorkCounty story.
Today the York County Commissioners approved a project for the Hirschfeld Family Farms. Lisa uses humor as she talks about her relationship with Lincoln Premium Poultry employees, over the last few years in getting them to consider York County as part of Cosco's supply chain area for barns. Congratulations to the Hirschfeld family and partners in working with the various partners to receive all permits. This Greater Fremont Development Council project has had an economic ripple effect through many rural areas, and it's great to have it reach York County!
YCDC celebrates #Manufacturing Month and works with educators and industries to develop the talent pipeline. Hear more here.
The Peyton Parker Lane Playground will provide a play environment that is currently missing in the York County, Nebraska region.? There is no fully inclusive and accessible facility in the area.? This will allow both children, parents and grandparents of all abilities to safely interact and have a parallel play experience with other children. ?Bringing both pride and a financial asset to our community.?
To Donate, go to http://www.yorkcommunityfoundation.org and click on Donate to Peyton Parker Lane Playground.
York County Development Corporation Executive Director, Lisa Hurley updates on change in office hours
Have you been to York County? You can visit virtually, and create a list of places you want to attend!
Welcome to York County Nebraska, welcome to the heart of America! Take a virtual reality tour of our area and imagine what it would be like to work in York, move your business here or raise a family. We hope you'll visit us soon!
Nabers Produce in York County Nebraska offers a weekly CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) produce box weekly starting in May of every year. This video gives an overview of their program, plus shows some of their farm.
You can start signing up in March! #CSA #LocalFood #LocalProduce #Farmer'sMarkets #YorkNE #WhyYorkCounty #Nebraska
"No matter your place in life- young, old, or in between. Family, single, working or retired. York County offers endless opportunity, and I am proud to call it home."
Denise Pfeifer with Collins Aerospace shares her story during Economic Development Week.
York College student and YCDC Intern, Carlos Ortega Arguelles produced this video on Why York County, Nebraska.
Cheree Folts, Director of Parks and Recreation for York, has recently been featured in York County Development Corporation’s (YCDC) first talent initiative video focused on Why York County. The videos highlight the success of local community members and the career benefits they have experienced by living in York County, Nebraska.
This is the next video in our Talent Video Series and it features Maddie Elder, who moved to York County to take a job at York-News Times, and now considers this home. The Talent Series highlights the success of local community members and the career benefits they have experienced by living in York County, Nebraska.
"Over time, it became clear that York offered so much more that our growing family desired. For me, York is a destination for relationships and that is what’s most important to me." Marcus Ruhl
This is the next video in our talent series and it features Marcus and Angela Ruhl, who chose to make York County home after starting their family. Marcus works at York State Bank.
The Talent Series highlights the success of local community members and the career benefits they have experienced by living in York County, Nebraska.
Film Credit: Ben Mohorn, https://www.benmohorn.com
This is the next video in our talent series and it features Elizabeth & Jared Hain. Jared is an Accountant for Perennial Public Power here in York and Elizabeth is the Executive Director at CASA for York County. The Talent Series highlights the success of local community members and the career benefits they have experienced by living in York County, Nebraska
Film Credit: Ben Mohorn, https://www.benmohorn.com
This is the next video in our talent series and it features Kyle & Mallory Smith. Kyle is a Certified Public Accountant for Shotkoski & Associates here in York and Mallory works at York General as a Radiologic Technician. The Talent Series highlights the success of local community members and the career benefits they have experienced by living in York County, Nebraska.
Jim, CEO of York General, and his wife Jamie chose to make York County their home because of all the opportunity it provided for their family.
YCDC's Executive Director, Lisa Hurley, shares her story on #WhyYorkCounty. Share Your Story!
Take a virtual tour of York College in York Nebraska as you make your decisions about where to go to school.
Lisa Hurley speaks on Economic Development Week and how it looks different during COVID-19 Response compared to previous years. She also speaks about looking strategically towards the future.
Why would you want to live in York County Nebraska? Watch this Virtual Reality Video to learn Why York County!
Watch York County, Nebraska leaders provide a weekly update on how #COVID19 is impacting the community and business segments. Hear from health, education, business, non-profit, and others here. #COVID19, #Community #CommunityResponse #HealthInformation #Collaboration #Leadership #CommunityLeadership #WhyYorkCounty #CommunityImpact