Mills County Profile
Why Mills County?
- We understand the need for a positive ROI
- High growth area with projections of over 1 million by 2023
- World class transportation access via multiple modes
- Master planned development sites ready for growth
- Families have safe opportunities for fun and growth
Mills County is located in Southwest Iowa. The county is bordered by the Missouri River and the Omaha, Nebraska metropolitan area on the west, Pottawattamie County to the north, Montgomery County to the east, and Fremont County the south. The beautiful Loess Hills run through the western part of the county. Interstate 29 and Highway 34 intersect near Glenwood and Pacific Junction. Approximately 11,000 of the 15,021 population live within the western section of the county. To learn more about Mills County please visit:
- Glenwood Area Chamber of Commerce
- Glenwood Community School District
- East Mills School District
- Mills County Tourism
- Malvern Area Betterment Association (MABA)
- Lewis Central School District
- Fremont-Mills School District
The average daily temperature in Mills County is 19° in January and 76° in July, along with an average annual precipitation of 32 inches of rainfall and 18 inches of snowfall. According to the 2011 Iowa Health Fact Book, there are 10 physicians and 3 dentists in the county. There are also currently 33 churches in Mills County, which can be found here.