Conesville, OH

“THE MADE IN THE USA CITY.”

The former location of the 2,200 MW AEP Conesville Power Plant.

Enjoy the safety and friendliness of a “small town” atmosphere, with big city amenities just a short drive away.

  • WORKFORCE

    • Employee loyalty (low turnover), strong work ethic, and dedication to companies
    • High regional industrial specialization in this area
    • 630,000 in labor shed within 50 miles of CIP
    • 3,800,000 in labor shed within 100 miles of CIP
    • 7,800,000 population within 100 miles of CIP

     

  • INCENTIVES & BUSINESS CLIMATE (Source: Coshocton County Port Authority)

    • Community reinvestment Area (CRA) may allow for property tax exemptions for certain investments
    • Local Revolving Loan Funds are available through the Coshocton Port Authority
    • Streamlined permitting process and dedicated public support of projects
    • Houses the largest USA flag manufacturing location in the United States
    • One of the largest producers of bacon in the USA
    • Coshocton was the birthplace for the Specialty Advertising Industry, latex coated gloves, March of Dimes, Pope Gosser China and others.
    • Richard Downing Airport – 5,000 ft runway
    • Ohio Central Railroad (Commercial Freight)

     

  • QUALITY OF LIFE (Source: Coshocton County Port Authority)

    • Low natural disaster risk
    • Home to 5 local wineries, 2 local breweries, and a distillery
    • Home of the historic canal era town of Roscoe Village, unique retail shops, and abundant artistic environment. 
    • Outstanding recreational opportunities such as hunting, fishing, camping, and hiking
      • Woodbury Wildlife Area
      • Forest Hill Lake and Campground
      • Clary Gardens
      • Etc…
    • Home to two public golf courses
    • New and existing household priced below national average
    • Median home value is $82,700

     

  • EDUCATION (Source: Coshocton County Port Authority)

    • The Coshocton County Career Center provides custom training services to fit the needs of area employers.  
    • Home to a branch of the Central Ohio Technical College offering two-year associate degrees.  
    • Muskingum University utilizes the Coshocton Campus for a variety of programs and classes.  
    • The Coshocton County’s Department of Job and Family Services provides pre-employment screenings and certifications as well as other vital workforce development services. 

Economics & Demographics

1 Workdays Drive to:

50

of US population

33

of Canadian population

50

of all Retail Sales

50

of Industrial output

Industries

Transportation Logistics (Truck)

0- 100 mi.

  • 20 mi. – Zanesville, OH
  • 50 mi. – Mansfield, OH
  • 60 mi. – Canton, OH
  • 70 mi. – Columbus, OH
  • 85 mi. – Akron, OH
  • 90 mi. – Parkersburg, WV

101 – 200 mi.

  • 110 mi. – Washington, PA
  • 125 mi. – Pittsburgh, PA
  • 125 mi. – Cleveland, OH
  • 140 mi. – Dayton, OH
  • 150 mi. – Morgantown, WV
  • 160 mi. – Charleston, WV
  • 175 mi. – Cincinnati, OH

201 – 300 mi.

  • 205 mi. – Erie, PA
  • 215 mi. – Detroit, MI
  • 250 mi. – Indianapolis, IN
  • 275 mi. – Louisville, KY
301 – 400 mi.

  • 300 mi. – Buffalo, NY
  • 375 mi. – Washington, DC
  • 380 mi. – Chicago, IL

400+ mi.

  • 400 mi. – Toronto, ON
  • 425 mi. – Philadelphia, PA
  • 425 mi. – Charlotte, NC
  • 450 mi. – Nashville, TN
  • 485 mi. – New York City, NY
  • 500 mi. – St. Louis, MO
  • 630 mi. – Atlanta, GA
  • 650 mi. – Memphis, TN
  • 750 mi. – Boston, MA
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