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 Rail Road’s Intermodal Terminal • Affordable land that is half the cost of competitive 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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New retailers coming to Circleville - 04/07/2015 
Additional retail space is under construction in Circleville Plaza near Buffalo Wild Wings. CASTO, the development and services firm responsible for developing the land, has announced the construction of a 10,500 square foot in-line building space.

P3 Director Discusses State of Economic Development - 12/20/2014
Ryan Scribner, P3 Director, discussed four different areas that are a priority focus for Pickaway County's economic development: business retention and expansion, infrastructure and site development, community development and infrastructure, and marketing and attraction.


City Council Approves OCU Projects - 12/18/2014
Measures include annexation and Southern Gateway Business Development Center.


P3 Hosts Investors Reception - 11/19/2014
P3 Director, Ryan Scribner and JobsOhio's Senior Managing Director, David Mustine share positive information on Pickaway County's future in economic development.


Local Woman is Face of GE Products - 10/27/2014
Connie Johnson, a 15-year employee at the Circleville GE Lamp Plant on Ohio Street, was chosen as the person who will appear on the displays at Walmart for a new line of soft white light bulbs.