- Doing Business in Washington County
Doing Business in Washington County
Washington County’s central location puts companies within eight hours or a day’s truck drive of more than 127 million consumers, allowing distribution and logistics operations excellent reach with remarkably affordable land and labor. Distribution activities are supported with training programs (many available at no cost to employers) that deliver skills in areas such as product receiving, storage, order processing, inventory control, dispatch and tracking, and trucking. Fast broadband keeps operations here connected with the world. Plus, our region gives local employers access to a 50-mile labor shed of more than 263,000 hard-working people.
PLENTY OF ROOM TO GROW
Companies seeking sites for strategic opportunities will have a tough time finding a better choice than Washington County and the Washington County Industrial Park. This Missouri-certified industrial park, located within both an Opportunity Zone and an Enhanced Enterprise Zone, currently has more than 80 certified acres with all utilities in place. That’s in addition to 350 acres in the North Park and 140 in the South Park, so there’s room to accommodate nearly any need. Site and utility costs are remarkably affordable.
INTERESTED IN LOCATING TO WASHINGTON COUNTY
Contact Krista Snyder - Executive Director for a formal introduction to what the Industrial Development Authority can provide based on the needs of the company. All inquires will be welcomed and discussed to determine if your company will be a good fit for Washington County, Missouri.
To be considered as a future tenant to the Washington County Industrial Park, items below are requested when inquiring land for sale or build to suit options in the Washington County Industrial Park. Land sales are based on job creation and company’s capital investment. Please refer to the parks rules and regulations for clarification.