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Ohio County, KY, is full of natural beauty, outdoor adventure, and has deep roots in the coal mining industry. Known as the birthplace of bluegrass, Ohio County is made up of 6 cities, including Beaver Dam, Hartford, Fordsville, Centertown, Rockport, McHenry, and the unincorporated town of Rosine. Ohio County is unique for rural communities. We have an available co-working space, remote work training programs, and a vibrant downtown that supports community-based living. We offer a logistical advantage for supply chains of multiple industries. Bluegrass Crossings Business Centre, located in Ohio County, hosts the largest build-ready pad in the state of Kentucky, with more than 1,000 acres of available industrial property. Welcome to Ohio County, KY!

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Ohio County has 2 major highways; running east to west is the Wendell Ford HIghway and north to south is the William Natcher/Highway 165. Both highways intersect within the county and also provide access to I-69.
With highway, rail, and airport access, Ohio County, Kentucky, offers multiple transportation routes for businesses moving raw materials and finished products throughout the country. In addition, the County is within a day’s drive of the majority of the U.S. population and major automotive OEMs and aerospace centers.

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Located in Western Kentucky, the Bluegrass Crossings Business Centre is One of Kentucky's premier regional industrial parks. The park offers access to two interstate highways with linkage to I-64, I-65, and I-24. From the business park, companies can reach the majority of the U.S. population in under one day. Cities like Nashville, St. Louis, and Chicago are only a few hours away!

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The Ohio County Airport, located in Hartford, and a short 3-mile drive to William Natcher Highway 165, is highly accessible and has 24-hour facility access year-round. With a 5,000 ft runway, the airport will accommodate most travel needs. In addition, the airport has a flight instructor and highly qualified aviation mechanics for those needing routine or occasional aircraft maintenance and repairs.

Christina Carpenter

Business Center Manager

Tasked with improving the quality of life in Ohio County, KY, OCEDA is dedicated to attracting new business, assisting in retaining and expanding existing businesses, developing a competitive and productive workforce, and fostering entrepreneurship in Ohio County.

Address:

300 Peach Alley
Hartford, 
Kentucky
42370

Phone:

2702984496

Email:

oceda@ohiocountyky.gov
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