Osceola County is currently served with superior transportation accessibility and is located geographically so that we are connected throughout the Midwest. This means that for your business, we have superior goods movement defined as the ability to reach suppliers or buyers of products.
Your business will benefit from easier access to your suppliers or buyers, you will have a larger labor pool to draw from and expanded consumer markets.
Osceola County is within a day's drive of all major Midwest markets. The region completed a major Highway 60 four-lane (one step below an interstate) highway project that is defined as one of the State of Iowa's seven economic development transportation corridors which connects Osceola County to many locations across the Midwest.