Did you know that by 2022 the HVAC industry will be short over 138,000 technicians?
NOW OFFERING NEW CLASSES
The Fairfield County Workforce Center will begin offering new courses this March. Hocking College and Ohio University Lancaster will provide the instruction for an introduction to HVAC course and a small machine repair course, respectively.

Did you know that by 2022 the HVAC industry will be short over 138,000 technicians?
Hocking College is having a 16 week HVAC Ready to Work program at the Fairfield County Workforce Center.  This is a great short-term training opportunity to get those interested ready to join the workforce in an in-demand field.
Classes begin March 1 so sign up today!


ODJFS Creates New Hotline for Victims of Unemployment Identity Theft.
To file a fraudulent
The City of Lancaster’s Community Development Block Grant CARES Act (CDBG-CV) was established to provide financial assistance to existing local small businesses to maintain operations and retain jobs throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Learn more about Lancaster, OH Community Development Department


Ohio Home Relief Grant Opportunity (OHRG)
offers rent, mortgage and water and sewer assistance. The State of Ohio has designated a portion of the CARES funding to help low-income Ohioans who have fallen behind on their rent, mortgage, and water bills. This program will help families and individuals in Fairfield County, Ohio that have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Individuals must be at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. More Information on OHRG.

Proposed $429.5M of CARES Act Funding
to Benefit Small Businesses, Bars, and Restaurants
The State of Ohio has released Cares Act funds in the form of two new grant opportunities, Small Businesses Relief Grant and Bar and Restaurant Assistance Fund. These grant opportunities are open to eligible businesses – applications will be accepted online starting Monday, November 2nd and will be first come first serve. For more information or to access the online application visit: https://businesshelp.ohio.gov/

Fairfield County Workforce Training Center to Offer HVAC Courses

Fairfield County Receives $913,000 Grant For Covid Relief Business Loans

Energy Grant can Help Fairfield County Businesses Save on Energy Costs

About Fairfield 33 Corridor



Ranging from the cities of Canal Winchester, Lancaster, and Pickerington; 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. Fairfield County is only a one-day drive for 60% of the United States population and 50% of the Canadian population.

The Corridor has abundant resources that allow businesses to operate efficiently and effectively. In the Corridor, businesses can:
Transport goods, materials and people throughout the region, country, and world through a multifaceted transportation system
Hire a reliable workforce with the skills to meet any
business challenge
Support business applications by tapping into an outstanding utility infrastructure and an abundance of natural resources