Grow Sarpy, formerly known as Sarpy County Economic Development Corporation, is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit membership corporation and was formed on June 12, 1975 with the purpose to promote economic development in Sarpy County. Funded by Sarpy County and all five of its cities, utility partners and the business community Grow Sarpy works to attract, retain, and expand businesses to Sarpy County. On September 19, 1991, Grow Sarpy became the first economic development organization to partner with the Omaha Chamber thus creating the Greater Omaha Economic Development Partnership. With this partnership, Grow Sarpy has been able to expand the level of service that we provide throughout Sarpy County by working side by side with the Partnership’s Client Services, Talent & Workforce, the Reach Program, and Partner County teams.
Invest in Grow Sarpy
We achieve more together. Your annual financial commitment assists us in recruiting and expanding our business community. What’s in for you? More development means more opportunities for your business to expand. Tap into our network of local business and civic leaders and be amongst the first to hear about new projects and initiatives. Investment levels are broken down into four tiers: Visionary, Investing, Groundbreaking and Associate.
Olmsted & Perry Consulting Engineers, Inc.
Oak Leaf Enterprises
Board of Directors
President – Jim Janicki, Hillcrest Health Services
Vice President – Chris Pesek, JE Dunn Construction
Treasurer – Mark Doyle, Metropolitan Utilities District
Secretary – Kevin Jarosz, Black Hills Energy
Past President – Ann Williams, HDR
Infrastructure Committee – Dan Hoins, Sarpy County
Site Development Committee – Devin Meisinger, Omaha Public Power District
Community Director – Mayor Rusty Hike, City of Bellevue
Community Director – Mayor Mike Evans, City of Gretna
Community Director – Mayor Doug Kindig, City of La Vista
Community Director – Mayor David Black, City of Papillion
Community Director – Mayor Bob Roseland, City of Springfield
Community Director – Commissioner Don Kelly, Sarpy County
Groundbreaking Director – Mark Boulay, Great Plains Communications
Groundbreaking Director – Martie Cordaro, Omaha Storm Chasers / Union Omaha
Investing Director – Jason Tiedtke, American National Bank
Investing Director – Zac Franke, Brace Integrated Services
Investing Director – Alex Kumm, Charter Title & Escrow
Investing Director – Kevin Miller, CHI Health Midlands
Investing Director – Rod Latham, Cobalt Credit Union
Investing Director – Matt Corbitt, Coreslab Structures (Omaha) Inc.
Investing Director – Jayte Burns, Cox Business
Investing Director – Denny Sciscoe, Cushman Wakefield | The Lund Company
Investing Director – Melissa Spearman, DLR Group
Investing Director – Anna Grimes, E & A Consulting Group, Inc.
Investing Director – Gordon Harnisch, First Interstate Bank
Investing Director – Steve Eck, First National Bank Omaha
Investing Director – Dan Harbeke, Google
Investing Director – Heath Stukenholz, Hausmann Construction, Inc.
Investing Director – Matt Miller, Hawkins Construction
Investing Director – Jeff Ray, JEO Consulting Group, Inc.
Investing Director – Eric Roumph, Kiewit Building Group
Investing Director – Eric Ebers, LEO A DALY
Investing Director – Marlene Knight, Lamp Rynearson
Investing Director – Matt Sexton, META
Investing Director – Patrick Boyle, Metropolitan Community College
Investing Director – Matt Scott, NCSRCC
Investing Director – Brian Osborn, Olsson
Investing Director – Steve Wallace, PayPal
Investing Director – Spencer Kimball, Pinnacle Bank
Investing Director – Jesse Walz, Roloff Building Group
Investing Director – Sampson Construction
Investing Director – Rob DuVall, Schemmer
Investing Director – Mat Bertholf, Sunbelt Rentals
Investing Director – Terry Hawley, Terracon Consultants, Inc.
Investing Director – Hilary Thien, The Weitz Company
Investing Director – Bob Lapke, Thiele Geotech, Inc.
Investing Director – Brad Huyck, Thompson, Dreessen & Dorner, Inc.
Investing Director – Patrick Sokol, Turner Construction
Ex-Officio – MIchelle Andahl, Bellevue Chamber of Commerce
Ex-Officio – Karen Gibler, Sarpy County Chamber of Commerce
HOURS OF OPERATION
Mon: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Tues: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Weds: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Thurs: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Fri: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
*Please note, we observe Summer hours Memorial Day through Labor Day. The Chamber will close at 1 p.m. on Friday afternoons.
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