Norfolk (Nebraska)

Norfolk is the largest city in northeastern Nebraska with a 2000 census population of 23,516.


Norfolk is located in Northeast Nebraska in Madison County in the Elkhorn River Valley.

Norfolk is the economic center for an area encompassing six counties. Basic economic activities of Norfolk are manufacturing, farming (both livestock and grain), education, retailing, and wholesaling. Manufacturing employs over 4,059 persons. Norfolk is the major retail trade center for Northeast Nebraska.

Norfolk has been rated as the 2nd best place for jobs and the 98th best place to live in the United States by

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Norfolk lies 112 miles northwest of Omaha, 121 miles north of Lincoln, and 75 miles southwest of Sioux City, Iowa. U.S. Highways 81 and 275, and Nebraska Highways 24 and 35 intersect in Norfolk.





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Routes through Norfolk

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