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210 East Main Street, Suite 407 (map)
Lancaster, Ohio 43130

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P: 740-652-7160
Rick Szabrak
Email: rmszabrak@co.fairfield.oh.us

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The Fairfield 33 Development Alliance

Established in 2007, The Fairfield 33 Development Alliance is made up of a committed group of public and private entities within the Fairfield 33 Corridor. The Corridor refers to U.S. Route 33, a mostly limited access 4 lane highway , which runs through Fairfield County. Ranging from the cities of Canal Winchester, Pickerington and Lancaster, the Fairfield 33 Corridor encompasses Violet, Bloom and Greenfield Townships and is located directly between the urban area of Columbus and the scenic beauty of the Hocking Hills. Collectively, the Alliance serves as a liaison between businesses interested in the Corridor and the many resources available to assist with business development in the area.

Our goal is simple: to help you get to your first day of profit faster by connecting your company with the right agencies and resources that can help you establish and grow your business. We provide a friendly, welcoming and hands-on approach to business development. Your business gets the information and resources it needs to succeed. And you get the support you need to enjoy the process every step of the way.

The Best Of Both Worlds-From Metropolitan To Rural

Living in the Fairfield 33 Corridor offers residents a unique opportunity. Residents benefit from living in a growing urban area, while also having the opportunity to enjoy the diversity of the country. Quality local schools provide ample supply for a productive workforce; opportunities for enjoying recreation, leisure and the arts create an attractive community for residents and businesses. Fairfield County was the fourth fastest growing county in Ohio during the past decade, registering a 19 percent growth rate between the 2000 and 2010 U.S. census reports. While the area boosts more than 3,000 businesses and a population of more than 145,000, it is its wide range of community surroundings, both urban and rural, that really set it apart from other communities.

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