Logan County Economic Development Corporation
Friday, May 6, 2016

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Logan County Economic Development Corporation

sunsetLogan County, located in the northeast corner of Colorado, is a diversified agriculture, industrial and service based community. Sterling, which is the largest city and county seat, is located 125 miles from Denver, 90 minutes from DIA, and 40 minutes from I-80. Colorado’s beautiful mountain range is a 2 hour drive away.

Sterling is the commercial hub for approximately 60,000 people – within a 45 minute drive – who shop, eat, attend cultural and sporting events, and utilize services from our growing list of financial and health care providers. Interstate 76 as well as Highways 6, 61, and 138 connect Sterling to the surrounding areas.  The Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway and Union Pacific provide primary rail access and have operations in Sterling.  The Sterling Municipal Airport provides general aviation services.

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Downtown Sterling was listed on the National Register in 2013 with 47 sites which contribute to historical significance.  Sterling’s retail offerings range from unique locally owned restaurants and shops to national chains.  Our fast food franchises offer fare for everyone.

With over 600 businesses located in the County – our sales were $1.2 billion in fiscal 2014.  According to NerdWallet’s 2015 announcement, Sterling ranks #18 in best places in Colorado to start a business.  The growing economy has resulted in new construction, job creation and service opportunities.  All of this is a direct reflection on our centralized location, the strength and depth of our workforce combined with supporting infrastructure , professional services and supporting industries.

Logan County features the best aspects of Colorado small town living with educational offerings for all ages, diverse retail choices, and a modern infrastructure including broadband internet. Its original development as an agricultural community has gifted it with a heritage rich in “small town” atmosphere with beautiful downtown areas, friendly neighbors, and the feel of a real community. Northeastern Junior College – a premier two year residential college – has outstanding educational programs, nationally ranked sports teams and enhances the community’s cultural activities through its art galleries, theatre and music offerings.

We invite you to contact us to learn why you should choose Sterling and Logan County to relocate and grow your business. Please also visit the Logan County Chamber of Commerce’s web site for more community and local business information.