There's $15.4 billion of new, publicly-announced industrial investment and 5,000 new full-time jobs coming to our area by 2030.

Gallia County will put your company in a position to win and grow.

A prime location for your business

Gallia County is located in the Ohio-West Virginia-Kentucky tri-state area, with excellent proximity to fast-growing markets, such as Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Charlotte, and Raleigh-Durham.

Within 30 minutes, you’ll find major production hubs for the automotive, food manufacturing, and steel industries.


Lower cost of doing business than nearby metros, and lower cost of living for your employees


Experienced workforce & agile education partners to meet your company's needs


60% of U.S. population within a day's drive, including major metros along the east coast

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77 acres of shovel-ready industrial property, one mile from a four-lane highway.

The 77-acre Dan Evans Industrial Park Phase II site is SiteOhio Authenticated and ready for immediate development. All utilities are on-site with adequate capacity, due diligence studies have been completed to mitigate risk, and surrounding areas have been vetted for compatibility with industrial operations. 

We're ready to earn your business.

Reach out today and let us know how we can bring you to Gallia County.

Latest News

Tri-State Smart Home Solutions LLC Growing Its Gallia County Operations

Since its founding in 2018, Tri-State Smart Home Solutions LLC has put together an impressive track record of growth. Now, thanks to assistance from JobsOhio, Ohio Southeast Economic Development (OhioSE), Gallia County Economic Development, and the University of Rio Grande and Rio Grande Community College, the company, owned and operated by Chris and Lorrie Farver,

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Gallia County higher education, career technical school, send nearly 900 career-ready graduates into local workforce

Gallia County, Ohio – The University of Rio Grande, Rio Grande Community College, and Buckeye Hills Career Center will celebrate the graduation of 885 students from certificate, associate’s, bachelor’s, and master’s degree programs over May and June 2023. Many of these graduates have accepted roles with Gallia County employers and employers in the surrounding region.

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