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Mills Crossing Mega Site, Glenwood

Mills Crossing Mega Site

Mills County Mega Site

Mills Crossing is a development-ready mega site certified by Quest Site Solutions through the Iowa Economic Development Authority's Certified Sites program. As a certified mega site, Mills Crossing offers prospective users a strategic advantage for rapid development, access to a population center of 1 million+ people, and a location in the central United States connected to markets and ports throughout the country. The site is located on a BNSF Railways dual track main line and is minutes from I-29 and I-80 via 4-lane Highway 34. Mills Crossing is fully served by MidAmerican's electric and natural gas systems. MidAmerican offers the 11th lowest electric rates in the U.S. and leads the nation in deployment of renewable generation with 88.5% of customers’ electric load served with renewable resources on an annual basis. Robust fiber optics are onsite and water/wastewater service can be readily and economically extended for a wide variety of uses.


Andrew Rainbolt

  • Four-lane highway access
  • Rail
  • Air (within 20mi)

The City of Glenwood is home to 5,358 friendly people in the Loess Hills of southwest Iowa. A small rural community with strong ties to the Council Bluffs and Omaha metropolitan area, Glenwood is a dynamic and welcoming place to live and work.

Mills County Economic Development Foundation