The Mid Iowa Growth Partnership region is home to over 175,000 and over 2,353 businesses in this area.

Calhoun County

Calhoun County has a population of just under 10,000 people with 11 incorporated communities, excellent healthcare options and dedicated school systems.  Click here for more detailed information.

Hamilton County

Hamilton County is home to 15,562 people with a median household income of $48,453. The largest city in the county, Webster City, is also the county seat. It has a population of 8,070. Click here for more detailed information.

Hardin County

Hardin County has a population of 17,534 with a per capital income of $46,376. The City of Eldora serves as the County seat with Iowa Falls being the largest community in Hardin County with a population of 5,238 residents.  Click here for more detailed information.

Humboldt County

Humboldt County has a population of over 9,600 people in 13 communities. The median age is 44.4 and the median household income is $51,614.  Click here for more detailed information.

Kossuth County

Kossuth County has everything you need including affordable housing, world class health care, outstanding educational services, fine arts, a variety of recreational opportunities and a sense of community. Click here for more detailed information.

Palo Alto County

Palo Alto County is located in Northwest Iowa and offers world-class health care, outstanding educational facilities, a safe environment and attractions that bring a sense of community.  Click here for more detailed information.

Pocahontas County

According to the 2010 census, Pocahontas County has a population of 7,301. , Click here for more detailed information.

Webster County

Webster County is a dynamic place to do business and in 2013 had a populate of 37,403. Click here for more detailed information.

Wright County

Wright County possesses some of the most productive farmland in the world and has one of the highest per capita income averages for counties in Iowa. The cost of living index ranks low at 77.4 on a scale of 100. Click here for more detailed information.