City of Gordon, Nebraska

The official government website for The City of Gordon, Nebraska

UPDATED: In response to the COVID-19 social distancing mandate, Governor Ricketts issued Executive Order No. 20 - 03 which provides a limited waiver of certain requirements of the Nebraska Open Meetings Act. Therefore, all April 2020 meetings will allow for teleconferencing as well as the opportunity for in-person attendance. Please note that physical attendance will be regulated by the six-foot distancing guidelines.

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Welcome to Gordon, Nebraska

Gordon is located in the eastern part of Sheridan County, 14 miles from South Dakota and 106 miles from Wyoming. The village of Gordon was incorporated in 1885, the same year that the Cowboy Rail Line was extended through the area. In 1920, Gordon became a city with a population of 1,200. In 1950, the electorate approved the City Manager and Council form of government. Today Gordon has an estimated population of 1,665. If you want to visit or live in a small, friendly, and progressive community with a great school system, excellent hunting and fishing opportunities, a beautiful nine hole golf course, and wonderful city parks; Gordon is just what you’re looking for!

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311 N Oak St
P.O. Box 310
Gordon, NE 69343
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  • Phone: (308) 282-0837
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