Cascade Development Partners
|Greater Dubuque Development Corporation||ECIA||
City of Cascade
Iowa Department of Economic Development – www.iowalifechanging.com
200 E. Grand Ave., Des Moines, IA 50309; Phone: 515-242-4723
State department that provides financing and resources for business attraction, retention and expansion
Greater Dubuque Development Corporation – www.greaterdubuque.org
900 Jackson Street, Suite 109, Dubuque, IA 52001; Phone: 563-557-9049
Provides economic development assistance to Dubuque County through successful business and workforce retention and expansion practices.
Jones County Economic Development – www.jonescountydevelopment.com
121 E. Main Street, Anamosa, IA 52205; Phone: 319-480-7446
Provides economic development assistance to Jones County through successful business and workforce retention and expansion practices.
Maquoketa Valley Electric – http://www.mvec.coop/
Cascade Economic Development values partnerships. For a list of available services in the Cascade area, please visit:
Cascade Chamber – https://www.cityofcascade.com/vnews/SEC/Chamber%20of%20Commerce
Dubuque County is home to five colleges. Clarke University is a Catholic, co-educational, liberal arts institution founded in 1843 and is the only BVM College in the United States. Loras College is a four-year, Catholic, coeducational, liberal arts college founded in 1839. The University of Dubuque (UD) is a small, private university affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA) founded in 1852 offering undergraduate, graduate, and theological seminary programs.
Cascade has access to two quality community colleges: Northeast Iowa Community College and Kirkwood Community College. Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC) provides accessible, affordable, quality education and training to meet the needs of our communities. Kirkwood Community College’s main campus is located in Cedar Rapids and serving the Jones county area. Jones Regional Education Center in Monticello is also affiliated with Kirkwood Community College. This center was established to provide high school students with the opportunity to take college-level courses. The center also has a greater focus on the skilled trades.