Welcome to Seward County – home to ten beautiful communities.
Interested in visiting? Check out the Seward County Visitor Bureau website for lodging, dining, and fun!
The Village of Bee is a small farming community that roughly 200 residents call home. The Village hosts a Central Valley Ag Coop location, a United States Post Office, a bar famous miles around for its year-round Friday fish fry, a historic ballroom, and a Catholic church.
Located 15 miles north of Interstate 80, Garland is defined less by boundaries on a map than by the sense of shared values our residents hold dear. Small town values, guided growth, preservation of historical, cultural, and natural heritage are just a few of the core principles that makes Village of Garland a wonderful place to call home.
Milford is a clean, friendly community with all the benefits of small town living, yet less than twenty miles from the city of Lincoln, our state’s capital. Milford is just three miles south of Interstate 80 for quick access to both Lincoln and Omaha.
As the County Seat of Seward County, Seward is also named Nebraska’s Fourth of July City! Seward is also host to other festivals and is a popular destination for many.
With a population of about 250, Staplehurst has kept the tradition of summer celebrations. These include movies in the park, ice cream socials, kite flying contests, baseball and softball games in an improved ball park, and a “Fun Day.”
Utica is a thriving community where your business will grow. It is situated north of Interstate 80 and is an easy 45 minute drive to downtown Lincoln.