Quality of life plan builds city's future The City of Sioux Falls has not become the booming, economic engine with a great quality of life by accident. There is great planning that is involved, several years in advance to create the parks, fire stations, pools, streets and various other amenities that make our community second-to-none.
The 2011-2015 Capital Improvement Program (CIP) places a high priority on rebuilding, repairing and replacing existing infrastructure and facilities while promoting and planning for the city's continued growth. ... Read Full Story
Incentives can bring more business to Sioux Falls
The 2011 Legislative Session was extremely challenging, with lawmakers tackling big issues, funding and budget challenges. In this issue of Chamber News you can read our annual "How They Voted" feature, which looks at bills supported by the Chamber during the session and area legislators' votes on those bills.
The major areas of emphasis we pursued in 2011 were education funding, the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System, half-penny tourism tax continuation, infrastructure funding and large project incentives. ...Read Full Story