North Sioux City is a great destination to stay and play, but it is also a wonderful place to live and work. In our unique community, we are rich with history. We offer five community parks and over six miles of walking and biking trails, and an exceptional school district. We have two rivers and a lake to give our residents year-around fun.
The quality of life in North Sioux City is amongst the very best in the nation. In fact, American City Business Journals has ranked Union County (home of North Sioux City) #2 in South Dakota and in the top 10% nationwide.
By being part of a larger metro area, North Sioux City offers a wide variety of housing and entertainment opportunities. North Sioux City's greatest advantage is having a "small town atmosphere with big city opportunities."
North Sioux City Ranked in Top 5
NerdWallet, a consumer advocacy website, released a study (December 7, 2013) finding the best towns in South Dakota to raise families. North Sioux came in at number 4.
4. North Sioux City
North Sioux City is just 10 minutes from downtown Sioux City. Despite its proximity to a major job market, North Sioux City also boasts the lowest median home values of any city in the top 10, at $98,900. The schools are great, too, with Dakota Valley School District students outperforming the state average on STEP in reading and math, at almost every grade level.
To see the full article, go to NerdWallet: Best Towns in SD for Young Families.
Moving to North Sioux City??
There are many things you need to do to relocate to a new city. We would like to make your move just a little easier. Check out our other relocation pages. But here are a few helpful reminders and links.
If we can be of any other service to you, as you move into our City, please contact City Hall.
Change of Address
Submit your change of address with the United States Postal Service.
If you currently receive Social Security Benefits, make sure you notify the Social Security Administration @ 1-800-772-1213 (or view their website at www.ssa.gov).
Voter registration forms are available at City Hall or online on our Election Information page. For any other questions regarding South Dakota Elections and Voter Registration, please visit the Secretary of State website.
New animals brought into the city must be licensed within 60 days, this includes transferring ownership. For more information on Animal Control and Licensing, refer to our Animal Control webpage.