It's a problem, but a good problem. The City of Sheboygan is dealing with a potential housing crisis and the demand for new places to live isn't slowing down as employers continue to recruit new workers to the area.
FreshTech aims to foster collaborative ideas
The Sheboygan County Economic Development Corp. has named the new business district being formed south of downtown Sheboygan the FreshTech Innovation District.
3,000 jobs to fill, but not enough places to live
Sheboygan County has the jobs and the people who want them, but they don't have enough places for those people to live.
Editor’s Note: The following is a monthly column from Inspire Sheboygan County, a nonprofit organization dedicated to connecting students with career opportunities in Sheboygan County.
July 2018, Sheboygan, WI - Champion Storage recently moved into a new office at W1750 Playbird Road, Sheboygan WI. The much anticipated move comes after a year of planning and expansion at this new location. The new state of the art facility is designed to efficiently handle customer service needs and offers regular mini storage units as well as climate controlled storage units, RV units and outdoor parking. This is the tenth location for Champion Storage in Sheboygan County. The 20-acre property currently consists of 4 buildings with a fifth planned for completion early September.
SHEBOYGAN – Nearly three dozen suggested new condos could someday put Sheboygan residents across the street from Glas coffee house and a stone’s throw away from Kiwanis Park.
Sheboygan Falls - Local government leaders joined Sheboygan Falls Chamber - Main Street members and development partners to celebrate the groundbreaking of the new Plank Trail Apartment complex on the west end of Happy Lane in the city of Sheboygan Falls on Wednesday, May 30.
Editor's note: This is the third in a series of economic development-related articles and columns running this week in coordination with National Economic Development Week and the Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation
The city of Sheboygan has made economic development a priority for several decades. The city has worked with the Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation (SCEDC) and its predecessor the Sheboygan Development Corporation.
Economic development is essential to create more opportunities and a better life for our family, friends and neighbors, and it is important we look at the county as a whole.