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Siouxland is the hub of the tri-state area's communication and power services. A fiber optic ring serves the area, and dependable communications are available throughout. Two major electrical generators in the area assure that the power needs of the most demanding industries will be met. Siouxlanders know they can count on their utility providers for dependable service.

MidAmerican Energy Co.

Northwest Iowa Power Cooperative (NIPCO)

North West Rural Electric Cooperative

Woodbury County Rural Electric Cooperative

Nebraska Public Power District

Fiber Optics | Telecommunications

There are a number of companies in Siouxland, both national and local, who are in the business of providing fiber optic service. These companies' lines run throughout the community and have the capability of providing service to any potential business location.

Fiber Optics Directory
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Water and Sewer

The City of Sioux City provides water to the Sioux City MSA within the tri-state region and has additional capacity and source to meet the increasing industrial and commercial needs of the metro area. The Zenith Plant is a conventional filter plant with a capacity of 30 million gallons per day (MGD). The Southbridge Regional Water Treatment Plant, a membrane filter plant completed in 2011, has an initial capacity of 10 MGD expandable to 30 MGD.

The City of Sioux City provides quality waste management services with infrastructure and capacity available to facilitate growth. The City's sanitary sewer plant underwent a $73.6 million multi-phase expansion and upgrade in 2012. The plant is sized and configured to handle future industries in the food processing, agri-business, and biotechnology sectors.