When selecting a new location for your growing company it makes sense to choose a community with a solid track record of business success. Oskaloosa, Iowa, located in the heart of the state, is one of the most progressive and vital communities in the Midwest today! Individuals and world-class businesses who come to the area have recognized the value of this booming community for many reasons.
First-Class, Well-Equipped Available Industrial SitesOutstanding sites are available for a variety of industrial facility needs throughout Oskaloosa and the surrounding areas. Each site has utilities in place with cost-saving rate packages, a 10-year tax abatement, available financing from state and local sources, and convenient road and rail service.
- Available Industrial Lot 4 - Westcon
- Available Industrial Lot 2 - North 15
- Available Industrial Lot 2-West 35
- World Food Park - Lot 2
- World Food Park - Lot 3
- World Food Park - Lot 4-6
- Available Spec Building
Quick and Easy Access by Road, Air, and Rail
Less than an hour from the Des Moines metropolitan area, Oskaloosa is situated at the apex of a major highway interchange: US Highway 63 and State Highways 163 (now 4 lanes), 23 and 92.
Interstate 80 is just 30 minutes to the north and Interstate 35 is 60 minutes to the west. The Avenue of the Saints between St. Paul and St. Louis lies one hour to the east.
The nearby Des Moines International Airport provides quick access to major airlines and hubs throughout the country and the world. The Oskaloosa Municipal Airport provides service to private and charter aircraft.
Rail service is provided by Union Pacific Railroad.
World-Class, Industrial Base and Agribusiness Focus
A great many world-class industrial operations are growing and thriving in the southern Iowa region. Cargill, Heartland Lysine, Musco Lighting, Panel Components and Clow Valve are just a few of the many examples.
Value-added agricultural companies have prospered as a result of Oskaloosa's strong agricultural base. Area companies produce everything from amino acids to high fructose corn syrup to processed egg products.