The project adds to the global company's already strong presence in Central Ohio, where its supply chain headquarters is based.
As Fairfield County prepares for future growth, the Fairfield County Commissioners in conjunction with planning NEXT, a Columbus-based consultant group, will share the results of an in-depth planning process by hosting a public open house August 8 through August 15 at the Fairfield County Courthouse, 210 E. Main Street in downtown Lancaster. The open house will allow the public to view displays bearing information regarding the updated comprehensive economic development plan and the land use plan.
Alleguard, formerly Fabricated Packaging Materials Inc., announced a $900,000 expansion at its Lancaster location, adding 85 new jobs over the next few years in machine operators, clerical positions, supervisors and managers with hiring currently underway. By adding new equipment through this investment, the company is repurposing its existing space, allowing for new hires to start immediately.
Zebco, a foam packaging provider in downtown Lancaster, was
recently granted a $50,000 JobsOhio Inclusion Grant to invest in machinery and
Discovery Friday at the Workforce Center was made extra special last week as Governor Mike DeWine paid a visit to meet the students and community partners, County Commissioners, and education leaders, who all play a vital role in the success of the Center.
Coalition will collaborate to create pathways for increased student learning, workforce development in support of state’s growing semiconductor industry
As Fairfield County prepares for future growth, the county commissioners have announced they are seeking proposals for a comprehensive economic development strategic plan. The plan will focus on smart growth to ensure the county maintains a balance between its agricultural base and expansion of residential and commercial land.
Fairfield County looking for qualified individuals or companies to support small businesses with financial and consulting services.
Today the State of Ohio is announcing the launch of four new small business grant programs:
- Food and Beverage establishment Grant
- Lodging Grant
- Entertainment Venue Grant
- And New Small Business Grant (for businesses that started in 2020)
These grants range from up to $10,000 to $30,000. Businesses will be limited in applying for one of the above programs. Please see the attached program briefings.
Applications will go live on Tuesday morning. More details to come.
Applicants will be able to apply at the website https://businesshelp.ohio.gov/ The website was updated this morning with additional information, including each program’s terms and conditions.
As always if you have any questions, please reach out to one of our SBDC counselors for assistance.
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.
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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: