About Sioux Center

Community Profile

Sioux Center's growth and modernization has been steady through the years, with population growing to about 7,579 residents, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Ideally located in northwest Sioux County, Iowa, Sioux Center is close to Interstates 29 and 90, allowing business and industry to continue to expand. Agriculture is the root of Sioux Center and still supports the rural population with ag-related businesses. Sioux Center's educational options are strong, and commerce and industry continue to thrive. Parks, trails, underground electric and telephone lines, fiber optic cable, well-kept neighborhoods, and vibrant landscaping make Sioux Center an attractive city to visit or call home. 

Experience Sioux Center

This friendly community offers everything from a 7-mile recreational trail through town, an 18-hole professional golf course, the All Seasons Center indoor/outdoor pool and ice arena facility, and a movie theater, to bountiful choices for shopping and dining. Sioux Center is home to Dordt College, a private Christian college that is a leader in engagement and education and helps drive the community's advancement. Sioux Center's population is diverse, collaborative, and future-minded.

Take a Closer Look

Sioux Center also offers great places to work, relax, worship, and seek health care. Find your niche in the wide variety of business and industry opportunities in town. When eating out, you can choose to dine in at an upscale grille or grab fresh pizza, Mexican, Chinese and more. Sioux Center also has 20 religious congregations and denominations from which to choose for worship. There are three health facilities, Sioux Center Community Hospital, Sioux Center Medical Clinic, and Greater Sioux Community Health Center, along with dental care offices, eye care offices, chiropractic care offices and more.

Take a quick peek at our community by viewing our City brochure.

Local Government

The progressive outlook of Sioux Center is led by the city manager, mayor, and city council, who strive to make the community a thriving place to do business and live. A city and county zoning ordinance are designed to meet building codes and maintain attractiveness. Municipal services, including electric, natural gas, water, and sewer treatment, are community-owned and run by the City. The tax structure consists of Local Sales Tax at 1% and State at 6%.