1. Photo of Jessica Barthel at Housing Summit

    Housing Summit starts conversation on filling gaps

    We want each thank attendees for their feedback, which will be the topics of conversations moving forward as we begin to further explore how Sherburne County can most work to fill the housing gaps that exist in our region. Read on...
  2. Business coaching

    Business consultants available at the Government Center

    Sherburne County and Minnesota Central Region Small Business Development Center are excited to announce a renewed partnership to offer in-person consulting services to startups and existing businesses! Read on...
  3. An office with workers watching a presentation

    Business Lab assists local startups, existing businesses

    If you're looking to get your business from idea to operation, or want to grow your current business, the Business Lab has multiple tools to help you achieve your goals. Read on...
  4. Home ownership

    Minnesota Housing Home Ownership Programs

    Make your dream of homeownership a reality with help from Minnesota Housing and Sherburne County. Read on...
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Success. It's what every business owner and executive seeks. Choosing the right environment to achieve that success can be a business's most important decision.

Sherburne County is committed to:

  • Understanding the needs of growing businesses 
  • Providing prompt, friendly service to help businesses expand efficiently 
  • Creating a healthy and stable environment where residents, businesses, and communities can grow and succeed
  • Keeping agriculture a leading industry in Sherburne County while supporting and enhancing county and local efforts to preserve and protect critical farmland

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.

Strategic PlanJessica Barthel

On July 18, 2023, the County Board approved an updated Strategic Plan 2023-2028. The Economic Development Authority engaged in a 6-month strategic planning process that included Commissioner engagement from which this plan was built. The strategic plan is intended to serve as the framework for the Sherburne County Economic Development Authority for the next 5 years. 

Jessica Barthel
Economic Development