The Small Business Development Center specializes in providing confidential, in-depth consulting that every small business needs to flourish in today's competitive and ever-changing business world regardless of what state they are at in their development. Learn more about the SBDC.
Sherburne County is committed to helping businesses from all sectors find the sites, workforce and resources they need to thrive. A variety of successful business and industrial parks and active economic development authorities support development activity.
Currently, the Sherburne County HRA has several Commercial/Industrial county owned lots for sale in Becker, Elk River and Zimmerman.
4th Annual Prom Dress Sale
March 7, 2015
9am-11am at the Sherburne County Government Center in Elk River
Gently-used formal dresses and accessories
Come and complete your total prom look!
Cash Only ~ No dress over $30
Free Legal Assistance
Are you in need of legal assistance and unable to afford the same? A program offered by the law library may be able to help. While they will not take on cases, the attorneys will assist in navigating the legal issues.
Salary Compliance Notice
11th Annual Garden Expo
April 11, 2015
8am-3pm at Big Lake High School
Please register by April 3rd, 2015
Sherburne County Master Gardeners' Plant Sale
May 16, 2015
9am-11am at the Sherburne County Fairgrounds
Sherburne County Garden Tour
Spend a day touring some of the beautiful gardens in the Big Lake, Elk River, Becker and Zimmerman area on Saturday, July 11, 2015.
Showcasing optimized and cost-effective energy systems for dairy, swine, and crop production.
June 17th - 19th, 2015
West Central Research & Outreach Center
(WCROC) in Morris, MN
Find out more about the Northstar Line.
View detailed appraisal and comparable sales parcel data on a daily basis for a $10 fee. This is in addition to the yearly subscription available for $300.
If you have any questions contact the County Assessors office.
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in a cost effective manner to
support quality of life for Sherburne County citizens."