Discover Why Taylor County is “Taylor Made” for Your Business
There are a multitude of reasons why Taylor County, Georgia, is right for your business or industry. Perched at the intersection of two four-lane highways, Georgia 96 and U.S. 19, Taylor County is highly accessible by road, rail or air. We are located between two military installations – Fort Benning in Columbus and Robins Air Force Base in Warner Robins – making us convenient for businesses that supply to those markets.
Taylor County is home to an abundance of agricultural resources. With more than 61,000 acres of farmland, Taylor County is a major producer of various fruits and vegetables, cotton, hay, broilers, eggs, and livestock. However, while our economy is historically based on agribusiness, we welcome growth of all industries. Taylor County has become especially hospitable to solar project developments.
Thousands of acres of land are available for development at a reasonable cost, including affordable industrial park property with rail access. Zoning ordinances are relatively modest with a streamlined regulatory process. This, paired with the support of high-quality infrastructure, such as pure water, great bandwidth, and business friendly utilities, makes Taylor County increasingly attractive to industry.
- Streamlined regulatory procedures
- One-stop fast-track permitting
- Customized incentives to meet business needs
- Aggressive applications for all state and federal funding opportunities
- Affordable Industrial Park land and building
- Discounts on land and building depending upon number of jobs created
- Local tax incentives with bonds or lease
- Regional Team of professionals to make project move quickly and smoothly
South Georgia Technical College Service Area Expanded To Include Taylor County
The Technical College System of Georgia added Taylor County to its service delivery area. South Georgia Tech currently offers over 200 associate degree, diploma, and technical certificate of credit programs as well as adult education services...
Taylor County solar farms finally paying off
We use electricity every day, but you might not think about where it comes from. Construction for solar panels began in late 2016 and according to Southern Power, they now have more than 2,500 acres of land covered in solar panels spanning across four different farms....