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      Welcome to Algona
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      Nativity Scene by POW Museum
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      Leadership Algona Class 2018-2019 Project - see full mural on State St.
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      Leadership Algona Class 2017-2018 Project - see full mural on Nebraska St.
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      Algona was founded in 1854 by Ambrose and Asa Call
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      Ed & Betty Wilcox Performing Arts Center, located at Algona High School
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      Replica of 1859 Cabin of Founder Ambrose A. Call at the Call State Park south of town
  • Welcome

  • To The Algona Area Chamber

    Thank you for visiting!  Located in Kossuth County, Algona has museums to explore, a performing arts center, an array of shops and restaurants and community events all year long.  We have campgrounds and many recreational activities, including Smith Lake to camp, fish and boat or enjoy the Nature Center; Ambrose A. Call State Park has camping, hiking trails, and shelters for picnicking.  Come join us in Algona, where you can live, work, play and make memories!

    If you are interested in starting a new business in Algona, please click on the below link for information and resources: 

    https://www.ci.algona.ia.us/files/documents/BusinessResourceGuideforCityofAlgona1683063206100720PM.pdf

     

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      Algona Area Chamber of Commerce. Located in the Sullivan Building Designed by Louis Sullivan in 1913
  • Algona offers beautiful living spaces nestled around it’s thriving business community with over 5,000 people.  You will find Fortune 500 companies like Hormel, Corteva Agriscience and Snap-on Tools to unique retail establishments for shopping.  With a State Park and a lake to fish, boat, swim and camp.  There are also two golf courses, miniature golf, swimming pool, many community parks, and three historical museums. Only 20 minutes from Algona is the world famous Shrine of the Grotto of the Redemption in West Bend, IA.