Live The GIG Life In Keith County!

Keith County offers the high speed fiber optic connectivity that you need to thrive!  Whether you’re running your business, working from home, learning remotely, gaming, or streaming, fiber service from Allo Communications and Glenwood will allow you to do it quickly and seamlessly.

A fiber optic network offers significantly faster speeds over much longer distances than traditional copper-based technologies. According to Broadband Now, only approximately 32% of Americans have access to a fiber network. Why not take a look at relocating to beautiful Keith County, a cutting edge fiber community?

Nestled in scenic western Nebraska, we are off the beaten track. Just off I-80 and only 3 hours from Denver International Airport, we are at the center of everything.

Learn about all the opportunities for business development and relocation near Lake McConaughy with Keith County Area Development at 308-284-6623.

(photo courtesy of the City of Ogallala)

Calendar of Events

Jul
28
Wed
2:00 pm Western History Lecture Series @...
Western History Lecture Series @...
Jul 28 @ 2:00 pm
Western History Lecture Series @ the Library
The public is invited to free Western History programs held on the following Wednesday afternoons at the Kathleen Lute Public Library, 610 West A in Ogallala.   These interesting and entertaining programs recount history through stories,[...]
Jul
31
Sat
all-day Kites and Castles
Kites and Castles
Jul 31 all-day
The 2021 Kites and Castles will  be held  Saturday, July 31 at Lake McConaughy State Recreation Area. Register your team or learn more at www.kitesandcastles.com! Activity Schedule: 11:00 am: Registration begins at the Martin Bay[...]
all-day Ogallala Round-Up Rodeo
Ogallala Round-Up Rodeo
Jul 31 – Aug 1 all-day
Ogallala Round-Up Rodeo
Contact: Steve Krause (308)289-0285
8:00 am Ogallala Farmer’s Market
Ogallala Farmer’s Market
Jul 31 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
The Ogallala Farmer’s Market will be held Saturdays at Rendezvous Square from June 19 through September 25, 2021.  Find something different every week – including locally raised vegetables, fruits, baked goods, honey, preserves and crafts.