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Plainview/Hale County EDC
Contact: Mike Fox
1906 W 5th St
Plainview, TX 79072
Phone: 806-293-8536


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Growing Opportunity for Business

Plainview Texas is Growing Opportunity for business and industry. An aggressive and supportive business climate, low taxes, inexpensive energy and enviable logistics make the Plainview / Hale County Community worthy of serious consideration for new and expanding industries. Over 22,000 residents call Plainview home with a total of 36,000 residents in Hale County. Higher education offerings, an inexpensive cost of living and an Americana quality of life makes Plainview and Hale County a quality option for your expansion.

The Plainview/Hale County EDC has successfully brought many organizations to the Plainview area including: Wal-Mart Distribution with 1 million sq. feet and 20 miles of conveyor belts, Azteca Corn Milling, the largest corn mill of its kind in the world, and Plainview Bio-Energy, a division of White Energy.

Centrally located, Plainview is easily accessible from the East and West Coasts with Interstate 27 connecting to Interstate 40 within an hour’s drive. Plainview and Hale County are well connected by highway, air and rail systems. The Ports-to-Plains Trade Corridor will facilitate the efficient transportation of goods and people from Mexico through West Texas to Canada. The city of Plainview is a member of the Canadian River Municipal Water Authority and because of that affiliation we have a 100 + year sustainable water source for our citizens.

Wind Energy development is on the rise in Plainview/Hale County. Plans call for more than 4,000 mw of wind generated power to come out of the region over the next few years. As a result, Plainview/Hale County has attracted one of the largest wind turbine component rail distribution centers in the United States. TTS/BNSF Logistics currently operates a 70-acre facility servicing wind energy projects within a 100-mile radius of Plainview/Hale County.

Low taxes and inexpensive energy certainly give Plainville/Hale County some advantages. Texas is business friendly with no state property tax or unitary tax and is one of only seven states without a personal income tax. Companies in Plainview and Hale County enjoy electric and natural gas rates that are among the lowest in the nation.

For information on what incentive grants and industrial sites (with water) might be available in Plainview/Hale County – feel free to contact Mike Fox at 806-685-8942, or via email at michael.fox@plainviewedc.org

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