Auburn takes pride in the many organizations, churches, and city businesses it has to offer. Visit the town (or the website) to see Auburn for yourself.
Located just south of four-lane US Highway 20, Early features three churches and a middle school which serves Early and four nearby communities as part of the Ridge View Community School District. Early was platted in its current location in 1882.
Lake View is located on the southernmost natural glacial lake in the United States, Black Hawk Lake. From snowmobiling in the winter to the Stone Pier Summer Concert Series, you’ll find year-round events attracting both locals and tourists.
Located on the eastern edge of Sac County along old US Highway 20, Lytton is home to 315 residents.
Nemaha is a tiny town in northwest Iowa located equidistant between Sioux City and Fort Dodge (and locally between Storm Lake and Sac City) at the intersection of county roads M50 and D15.
Nestled along tree-lined streets and located amid rolling soybean and corn fields, Odebolt is located in southwest Sac County. Now home to just over 1,000 residents, the town was once known as the “Popcorn Center of the World.” Three historical museums are open during the summer or by appointment.
Sac City is located in the rolling hills of northwestern Iowa and the seat of Sac County. Sac City is filled with turn-of-the-century architecture from Victorian Homes to our historic courthouse, and a business district featuring specialty shops, antique stores, and tasty restaurants. Sac City was first platted in 1855.
The city of Schaller, named after Phillip Schaller, was incorporated in 1882. The city had been founded in August 1879 as a station for the railroad under construction. Throughout the middle part of the twentieth century a major industry consisted of the packers of Bango and Jolly Time popcorn. The presence and size of these two companies helped Schaller become “The Popcorn Capital of the World.” Popcorn is still a major area crop but the companies moved on to other locations in the 1980s.
In addition to lakes and beautiful parks, Wall Lake’s library and community pool give residents and visitors a place to relax in a peaceful setting.