Nestled in the midst of the Glacial Lakes Region of South Dakota, the town of Sisseton celebrates a place of beauty and friendly folk. Native American and immigrant history fills the town.
Sisseton sits on the northeastern slope of the prairie, and is an active community of more than 2,500 people. Sisseton has a diverse economy and ease of access to six nearby state parks and recreation areas providing camping, hunting, fishing, golfing, biking and hiking opportunities.
Sisseton is a hub for commerce, education, tourism and medical services. Nearly 200 independent businesses support the community through agriculture, livestock and light industry. Medical services in Sisseton include 31-bed hospital, two medical clinics, a nursing home, an assisted living center and a 24-hour ambulance service.
The Sisseton School District provides an excellent education for over 950 K-12 grade students. Additionally, almost 200 employees provide educational services to more than 575 students at Tiospa Zina Tribal School, and almost 250 students at Sisseton-Wahpeton College.
Sisseton is the county seat for Roberts County and headquarters for the Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Tribe.
Two of the top employers are Woodland Cabinetry, which creates quality custom cabinets and ships to dealers all over the United States, and Schiltz Foods, Inc. which is America's leading producer of geese and fine geese products.
Sisseton offers a variety of business opportunities and amenities making it a great place to live, work and play.