Latest Business News from Clarke County, Iowa:

  • 20 Years of CCDC Grant Opportunities – How Can Your Organization Benefit? March 18, 2020
    This year marks the 20th anniversary of Lakeside Casino’s opening in Clarke County. The Casino’s arrival not only meant a big boost to local employment and attractions for tourism and entertainment, but it also provided a tremendous opportunity for the Clarke County Development Corporation and the community The post 20 Years of CCDC Grant Opportunities – How […]
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  • The Village Receives CCDC Director’s Award for Job Creation and Retention February 12, 2020
    In 1998, community members and leadership from throughout Clarke County came together to address the shortage of childcare access in south-central Iowa. With demand growing from local businesses, as well as an increase in families with infants and school-aged children, the need for more expansive childcare was The post The Village Receives CCDC Director’s Aw […]
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  • Kimes Receives Honored Community Service Award February 4, 2020
    Each year, Osceola Chamber Main Street and the Clarke County Development Corporation join in hosting a celebration of local business and achievements for the past year. Tuesday’s event saw leadership from Osceola and Clarke County government, local businesses and non-profits joining together to celebrate – in 20’s-era The post Kimes Receives Honored Communit […]
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  • Big Changes “Brewing” At Osceola’s Honey Hill Event Center January 29, 2020
    In 2016, Iowa State Representative Rob Taylor and his wife, Dr. Christi Taylor, purchased the old winery across from Lakeside Casino, just east of I-35 on Clay Street. A southern Iowa native, and no strangers to Osceola, the Taylors saw the potential of the site – not The post Big Changes “Brewing” At Osceola’s Honey Hill Event Center appeared first on Clark […]
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  • CCDC Community Grants Break $1Million Mark in 2019 January 15, 2020
    The Clarke County Development Corporation (CCDC) works tirelessly on improvement and promotion of Clarke County, Iowa, its local businesses, supporting the community in any way it can. As the Qualifying Sponsoring Organization for Lakeside Hotel and Casino, the CCDC receives a percentage of gaming revenues that, in The post CCDC Community Grants Break $1Mill […]
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About The Clarke County Development Corporation:

The Clarke County Development Corporation is dedicated to strengthening the economic development of southern Iowa through the growth of our existing business and industry, the addition of new industry to our communities and enhancing the quality of life enjoyed by our residents.

The Clarke County Development Corporation is a 501 (c)(6) non-profit that is committed to providing leadership and support for existing industry retention and expansion, new industrial/commercial development and an entrepreneurial business climate that will serve to benefit the residents of the Clarke County Iowa area.

Clarke County Development depends on the contribution of its members to continue its progress in Clarke County. Membership consists of both individuals and businesses/ industries.

More details about the Clarke County Development Corporation can be found on the CCDC Website.


About Business in Clarke County, Iowa:

business in clarke county osceola iowaBusinesses in Clarke County are varied and as interesting as her citizens.  From our nationally recognized Clarke County Hospital,  Hormel Foods, Paul Mueller, and Valley of the Moon Poults, to Boyt Harness, Great Western Bank and Alliant Energy the companies that choose to call our southern Iowa county home are unique.  Clarke County offers an ideal location at the junction of US Highway 34 and Interstate 35 with rail yards, shipping and warehouse access from virtually anywhere in the county.

Whether you’re looking to do business, work or relocate to Clarke County, the business horizon here is bright. We look forward to having you.

Contact us today for more information on doing business in Clarke County, Iowa.

 

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