Life in Brooklyn
The quality of life in Brooklyn is evidenced by our commitment to education, health care, industrial development, our new library, our organizations, our new elementary and renovated Jr./Sr. High facilities, our churches, our community resources, recreational opportunities, and a good mix of retail-service businesses. Brooklyn is an Aggressive and Progressive Community with Volunteerism and Leadership as major components.
Please take a moment to learn why Brooklyn is a great place to call home!
If you have any questions, or would like more information, please contact the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce.
Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce
Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce was first organized in 1910 as the Commercial Club. Members of the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce are working together to build a better community. Chamber of Commerce sponsors and supports community businesses both retail and service types. A few of the community activities they have sponsored over the years have been Farm & Home Show, Community Garage Sales, Community Clean-up Day, Flag Festival, Open Houses, Special Recognition, Holiday Events and others. They’ve team-up with community organizations and groups to accomplish a wider-range of activities.
For more information or to become a Chamber Member call Sherrie Witte at 319-350-8926.
Brooklyn Economic Development Group - BED
The Brooklyn Economic Development Group Promotes Industrial and Community growth through economic programs designed to strengthen and expand businesses within the trade area of Brooklyn. For information contact Brad Hohensee, BGM Superintendent of Schools, at 641-522-7058.
BED provides support to new and existing local businesses, industries and entities in agriculture. BED promotes growth, and job retention for retail and service businesses of the Community.