Clinton County, Indiana

Economic Development

Fertile Soil For Business Growth
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To the next level

Clinton County produces food, manufactured products, and skilled workers who take pride in what they do. Our products get delivered across the country thanks to a readily available network of Interstate and State highways as well as major industrial, regional rail lines.

Race Forward into the future

Qualities Primed To

Make Your Business Grow

Clinton County provides optimal territory to plant your business and watch it not only grow but also thrive. We have everything you need to succeed and overcome the limitations and barriers found in other parts of the country.

  • Economic Strength
  • Ready supply of eager workers
  • Affordable land costs
  • Low business and property taxes
  • Utility costs that fall well below the national average

Focused on Success

Infrastructure

Transportation

Education

  • I-65 access to Chicago, Indy & beyond
  • SR-31 & Hoosier Heartland Highways
  • CSX & Norfolk Southern rail service
  • Modern manufacturing
  • Farm-oriented workforce
  • Indiana’s most productive farmland
  • Fresh aquifer-supplied water
  • Cross-industry K-12 education programs
  • Quality post-secondary education

Demographics & economics

Clinton County has become a diverse community. We quietly grow in our population year by year as more people see the benefits of our county. We have some of the lowest property taxes in the state, coupled with the cutting edge technology of fiber optic, all the while still holding on to our routes of rail transportation.

Census Information

Transportation in Clinton county

  • State Roads 26, 28, 29, 38, 39 and 75 I-65 seven miles
  • Rail Norfolk Southern, CSX
  • Air Frankfort Municipal Airport, located in industrial park, two lighted runways
  • Indianapolis International Airport, 55 miles south
  • Purdue Airport, 45 miles northwest
  • Over 40 truck lines serve Clinton County

Our People

Labor & Workforce

We have a well rounded community of workers who are more than eager to not only live but work within the communities in which they reside. Also, there is a nice influx from counties that surround Clinton County, proof positive that Clinton County is where you want to build your next manufacturing facility.

Frankfort Careers

Among the most common occupations in Frankfort are production, transportation, and material moving occupations, 37%. Sales and office occupations are 19%. Management, professional, and related occupations are 12%. Approximately 81% of workers in Frankfort work for companies, 7% work for the government and 4% are self-employed.

Popular Frankfort Jobs

Currently, the most commonly listed Frankfort jobs are for design engineer, hygienist, office manager, dental assistant, manufacturing engineer and physical therapist.

Frankfort Industries

The leading industries in Frankfort are manufacturing at 37%. Education, health and social services at 11%. Retail trade at 10%. 

Frankfort Careers

Among the most common occupations in Frankfort are production, transportation, and material moving occupations, 37%. Sales and office occupations are 19%. Management, professional, and related occupations are 12%. Approximately 81% of workers in Frankfort work for companies, 7% work for the government and 4% are self-employed.

Popular Frankfort Jobs

Currently, the most commonly listed Frankfort jobs are for design engineer, hygienist, office manager, dental assistant, manufacturing engineer and physical therapist.

Frankfort Industries

The leading industries in Frankfort are manufacturing at 37%. Education, health and social services at 11%. Retail trade at 10%. 

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