Albion is the county seat of Boone County in Central Nebraska.
With a population of 1,701, Albion is the largest community in Boone County. It serves as a hub for the county with the county school and a regional hospital both located within city limits.
Albion features a private 9-hole grass green golf course complete with clubhouse and pro shop.
The Albion Country Club course is well-maintained and is a hot spot throughout the season for tournaments, leagues and open golf. Cart rentals, as well as a driving range and putting green are available to complete your game.
The community of Albion has thrived for almost 150 years.
Albion was incorporated in April of 1882, ten years after being platted and during a increase of settlement in the area due to the extension of the railroad. Almost 150 years later, our community continues to grow in response to the needs of Nebraska and our local community.
The city of Albion had more than $40 million in retail sales in 2022.
The city of Albion 1.5% sales tax has helped to support numerous economic development efforts, as well as the building of a new fire hall, early payoff of the Albion Family Aquatic Center, Boone Beginnings Child Development Center, City of Albion Police Department and the Albion Public Library.
Albion is home to 6 manufacturing plants which combine to employ more than 120 workers.
Albion works hard to support the needs of the community and the surrounding agricultural economy. Many of the manufacturing plants in Albion support this aim. Land is still available in the recently created industrial park for future growth.
Boone County Health Center employs more than 240 employees.
Boone County Health Center (BCHC), a leading healthcare provider in Albion, NE, is proud to announce its recognition as one of the Top 20 Critical Access Hospitals (CAH) in the country for the second year in a row. This regional health center has clinics in 5 counties and boasts a new surgical suite, clinic expansion and many additional upgrades in 2022.