Being a vibrant community means excellent schools, warm and welcoming neighborhoods and a growing business community.

 

Visit Elgin and experience the friendly nature of our community. Whether you are a first-time visitor or have lived here all your life, you’re likely to agree there are some bigger, some smaller, but none better than the city and people of Elgin

BUILDING THE COMMUNITY

CHILD CARE

 

For busy parents, choosing the right type of family childcare can be challenging. For more information to select the right child care provider for your family, simply contact the agency listed below.

 

 

Park Center Daycare

202 Bowen Street

Elgin, NE 68636

402.843.2444

 

Shanda Schindler

400 Maple Street

Elgin, NE 68636

402.843.8873

 

Julie Schindler

406 S 3rd Street

Elgin, NE 68636

402.843.6202

 

Tonya Kallhoff

306 Cedar Street

Elgin, NE 68636

402.843.5744

CHURCHES

 

The City of Elgin has four churches available to suit the community's need for faith and fellowship. For more information, contact the churches below.

 

 

Elgin United Methodist Church

110 N 4th Street

P: 402.843.2195

 

Park Congregational Church

83853 511th Avenue

P: 402.843.2203

 

St Boniface Parish

Rectory POB B

P: 402.843.2345

 

Trinity Lutheran Church

200 N 5th Street

P: 402.843.5874

EDUCATION

 

Elgin boasts educational excellence through public and parochial opportunities.

 

 

Elgin Public Schools

501 K Street

Elgin, NE 68636

P: 402.843.2455

 

 

 

St Boniface Elementary

PO 179

303 Remington

Elgin, NE 68635

P: 402.843.5325

 

Pope John XXIII Central Catholic

High School

PO Box 179

303 Remington

Elgin, NE 68635

P: 402.843.5325

 

Beginning in 2009, Elgin Public and Pope John agreed to co-op high school sports. The Wolfpack was the decided mascot for the combined schools. For full sports schedules, visit the Elgin Public Schools or Pope John XXIII Central Catholic High School website.

PUBLIC LIBRARY

The mission of the Elgin Public Library is to provide materials and services for community residents of all ages for personal enrichment, enjoyment and educational needs. The library is dedicated to providing practical access to all forms of media.

 

The Elgin Public Library is committed to supporting a lifelong enjoyment of reading and learning. Most of all, the Library's mission is to serve and be responsive to the needs of the community.

 

Hours of operation:

Monday: 5-7 p.m.

Tuesday: 1-5 p.m.

Wednesday: 1-7 p.m.

Thursday: 1-5 p.m.

Friday: 1-5 p.m.

 

CORE

The six towns of Clearwater, Orchard, Royal, Ewing, Page and Inman organized for the betterment of their communities which created the CORE Development Inc., in 1990. CORE Development Inc., established five mission goals: recreation, housing, business development and retention, rural health and tourism.

 

Three members from each town serve on the board of directors. The monthly board meetings are hosted by each CORE town on a rotating schedule. Though not one of the founding towns, Elgin is a community that can benefit from the work of CORE. CORE Development Inc. has accomplished the construction of a golf course, procurement of housing grants, contacts with new potential businesses, support of a regional health coalition and the affiliation with two other development organizations to form a regional association of economic development.

 

Questions or comments can be directed to the contact listed below.

 

CORE Development Inc.

C/O Dennis Sanne

Rt 1, Box 186

Clearwater, NE 68726

P: 402.485. 2343

COMMUNITY

ORGANIZATIONS

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ORGANIZATIONS CONTACT PHONE
Elgin Community Club Alan Reicks 402-741-5077
Legion Post #229 Gary Hoefer 402-843-8611
American Legion Auxiliary Rita Wagner 402-843-2341
Knights of Columbus Brent Kallhoff 402-843-8433
Young & Lively Lynell Morgan 402-843-8020
Elgin EKG Jessica Reestman 402-843-0170
Elgin Community Foundation Todd Heithoff 402-843-2221
Elgin Fire & Rescue Vicki Miller 402-843-5822
Elgin VFW Leroy Kerkman 402-843-6446
Elgin Women's Club Shirley Meis 402-843-5641
Red Hatters Ann Beckman 402-843-5506
Elgin VFW Auxilary Juan Hoefer 402-843-5639

CONTACT

 

Elgin City Hall

104 Pine Street

PO Box 240

Elgin, NE 68636

Phone: 402.843.5822

CityOfElgin@telebeep.com

 

 

Elgin Community Center

124 S 2nd Street

Elgin, NE 68636

Phone: 402.843.5757

 

 

Elgin Public Library

503 S 2nd Street

Elgin, NE 68636

Phone: 402.843.2460

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The mission of the Elgin

Public Library is to provide

materials and services for

community residents of all

ages for personal

enrichment, enjoyment and

educational needs. The

library is dedicated to

providing practical access

to all forms of media.

 

The Elgin Public Library is committed to supporting a lifelong enjoyment of reading and learning. Most of all, the Library's mission is to serve and be responsive to the needs of the community.

 

Hours of operation:

Monday: 5-7 p.m.

Tuesday: 1-5 p.m.

Wednesday: 1-7 p.m.

Thursday: 1-5 p.m.

Friday: 1-5 p.m.

 

CORE

The six towns of Clearwater, Orchard, Royal, Ewing, Page and Inman organized for the betterment of their communities which created the CORE Development Inc., in 1990.

 

Elgin can benefit from the work of CORE. CORE Development Inc. has accomplished the construction of a golf course, procurement of housing grants, contacts with new potential businesses, support of a regional health coalition and the affiliation with two other development organizations to form a regional association of economic development.

 

Questions or comments can be directed to the contact listed below.

 

CORE Development Inc.

C/O Dennis Sanne

Rt 1, Box 186

Clearwater, NE 68726

P: 402.485. 2343

Click on the PDF below to enlarge the list of community organizations in Elgin.

Click on the PDF below to enlarge the list of community organizations in Elgin.