• New Housing Study Reveals Insights on Housing Trends and Challenges in Sturgis

    Sturgis Economic Development Corp (SEDC) is pleased to announce the release of the comprehensive findings from our latest housing study, offering valuable insights into the current state of housing in Sturgis. Conducted in collaboration with the Augustana Research Institute and the City of Sturgis, this study represents a significant milestone in understanding and addressing housing challenges in our community.

    SEDC is committed to using these findings to inform policy decisions and collaborative initiatives aimed at addressing housing challenges in Sturgis. 

    A formal presentation of the study’s findings will be conducted by the Augustana Research Institute during the Sturgis City Council meeting on April 15, 2024. This presentation will provide an opportunity for community members and stakeholders to gain insights into the study’s findings and implications for our community.

    The full report can be accessed below.

    This study was made possible through generous grant funding from the South Dakota Housing Development Authority – Housing Needs Study Program, Black Hills Energy, and Black Hills Community Economic Development. We extend our sincere gratitude to these organizations for their support and commitment to advancing economic development in Sturgis and Meade County.

    SEDC is a non-profit economic development agency formed in 1973.  Its mission is to actively pursue economic development by assisting new or expanding business, industry and housing in Sturgis and Meade County. 

    For More Information:

    Amanda Anglin, SEDC Executive Director