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Sutton Area Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 687, Sutton, NE 68979


Burton Enterprises, LLC
1551 Walnut Street
Henderson, NE 68371
(402) 723-4265
Larry Burton, Managing Member 

Member Since 2008
About Us:
We operate a garbage disposal business along with a multi-community recycling program.

City of Sutton
107 W. Grove St. 
PO Box 430
Sutton, NE 68979
City Clerk: (402) 773-4225
Fax: (402) 773-5501
Utility Billing Clerk: (402) 773-5607

Member Since 2007


About Us:

Sutton is a full Service Community.  The City of Sutton is Governed by a Mayor and 4 Council Members. The Mayor is elected from the entire community and serves a four-year term. The Council Members serve from 2 districts and are elected through staggering four year terms. The City of Sutton operates and maintains the Municipal Sewer, Water, and Electric Systems. In addition to the before mentioned services the city public works department maintains 22 miles of streets within the city limits. there are a total of four parks and one municipality maintained cemetery.Sutton Public Schools offers a full K-12 education experience with appropriate college preparatory classes and multiple extra-curricular activities. Opportunities for students to expand their knowledge in the agricultural and business sector occur, as the students are active members of the community.The Sutton Christian School offers a Parochial environment for students of K-8. The school offers the standard educational environment enriched with a religious experience afforded to the students. .

Nebraska Public Power (NPPD)
907 West 25th St.
PO Box 608
York, NE 68467
Fax: (402) 362-7371
Corey Fuehrer
Black Hills Energy
106 W Grove St
Sutton, NE 68979
Phone 800-536-0012

Member Since 2007


About Us:

Nebraska Public Power District is Nebraska's largest electric utility, with a chartered territory including all or parts of 91 of Nebraska's 93 counties. It was formed on Jan. 1, 1970, when Consumers Public Power District, Platte Valley Public Power and Irrigation District (PVPPID) and Nebraska Public Power System merged to become Nebraska Public Power District. Merger properties also included assets formerly operated by Loup River Public Power District. NPPD is a public corporation and political subdivision of the state of Nebraska. The utility is governed by an 11-member Board of Directors, who are popularly elected from NPPD's chartered territory. NPPD's revenue is mainly derived from wholesale power supply agreements with 52 towns and 24 rural public power districts and rural cooperatives who rely totally or partially on NPPD's electrical system. NPPD also serves about 80 communities at the retail level. Over 5,000 miles of transmission lines make up the NPPD electrical grid system, which delivers power to about one million Nebraskans. Because of our role as both a retail and wholesale provider, an estimated 1 million people in Nebraska depend on NPPD for electricity. View NPPD's Who We Serve section for a complete listing.

Member Since 2013


About Us:

SourceGas provides natural gas as a utility company. We also provide appliance repair services.

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