Pickaway Progress
Here at Pickaway Progress Partnership (P3) we strive to:

  • Promote and market the advantages of locating business in the County
  • Promote a stronger business enviroment
  • Deliver a seamless network of economic development services
Pickaway County is Central Ohio’s next frontier to expand or locate your business. Here are just a few reasons why Pickaway County is the place to be:

• Norfolk Southern's Heartland Corridor Intermodal Terminal

• Affordable land that is competitive with sites in the Columbus MSA

• An excellent transportation network:
  • Two-class I railroads- Norfolk Southern and CSX
  • US 23- a four-lane divided federal highway
  • Rickenbacker International Airport's air cargo hub
• A productive, affordable and large workforce:
  • Labor Force of over 1,000,000 in 15-county region
With a current population of over 56,000, Pickaway County is poised to grow upwards of 18,000 residents by the year 2030. The area has a rural character and work ethic but has all the comforts of being situated in a large metropolitan area.



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Pickaway parks received improvement grants - 4/26/2016
“The Park District is pleased to be able to work with communities throughout Pickaway county in maintaining and improving their current parks,” said Director Tom Davis. “Nice parks and trails significantly improve a community’s quality of life.”


Rep. Stivers Hears Local Business Concerns Rep. Stivers Hears Local Business Concerns - 3/9/2016
CIRCLEVILLE — Pickaway County business leaders commanded the attention of U.S. Representative Steve Stivers (R) at a roundtable discussion of community issues that included workforce readiness, the drug epidemic, energy availability and government regulation.


Conference to Explore Local Agriculture and Business Conference to Explore Local Agriculture and Business - 3/9/2016
The Shaping Our Own Destiny conference will provide you a chance to explore what this community may look like, what it could mean for agriculture and how we might influence that change.

Visit http://pickaway.osu.edu and click the link beside the Bicentennial Barn. From here you can see the agenda, lineup of speakers and take a small online survey about trends you think will shape the future of agriculture in Pickaway County.


Pickaway County Development Pickaway County Development - 3/2/2016
CIRCLEVILLE — Addressing Circleville City Council at this week’s meeting, Pickaway Progress Partnership (P3) Economic Director Ryan Scribner called 2015 an extraordinary year for economic development in Pickaway County.

“The level of activity, the level of prospects, the level of projects won, the level of projects completed—we’ve not seen anything like it,” he said.