"That's what makes Sioux Falls such a safe place to live. Neighbors watch out for each other. We notice when someone needs a little extra help, and we pitch in to take care of each other."
It doesn't take long after moving to Sioux Falls for a person to understand that it won't hit your pocketbook hard to live here as compared to most other cities across the United States. This is due in large part to very a favorable tax climate, affordable housing and affordable utility costs. Overall, the cost of living is. . .READ MORE
Against the predictability of the Great Plains' gentle rolling hills, the social landscape of Sioux Falls is as varied as the people who live here with something to offer everyone.
Far from the quiet little prairie town it once was, Sioux Falls has exploded with the renewal of its historic downtown buildings that have been converted into lofts, restaurants, theaters, and businesses for people to cultivate communities and ideas in. From local coffee roasters like The Breaks Coffee Roasting Co. to authentic Guatemalan restaurants like Jacky's, Sioux Falls is proud to support people from across the street or across the world and let their rhythm strengthen the pulse that has become the heartbeat of the city.READ MORE