Page County is home to nearly 17,000 hardworking Iowans who enjoy rich traditions and a low cost of living. The county sits along the Iowa-Missouri border, bisected east and west by Iowa Highway 2, bordered on the east by US Highway 71 and on the west by US Highway 59. The county seat town of Clarinda, birthplace of Glenn Miller and the 4-H movement, anchors the eastern half of the county while Shenandoah, known for its garden industry heritage, anchors the western edge of the county.
Entrepreneurial opportunity awaits in outdoor recreation, specialized retail and businesses that can take advantage of good transportation infrastructure and low overhead costs to supply regional markets with well-made goods.
Communities of Page County.