Non-metro counties faced difficult times in the plant closing era of the late 20th Century.
Today, visionary leadership and resilient citizens are building a resurgent economy, based on the core advantages of a non-metro location.
Our Economic Development Division is the focal point of this activity.
Randolph County UNITED combines the functions of Economic Development, Tourism, and Chamber of Commerce. Business and residential relocation are covered in this section. Click Chamber for business start-up and business growth.
There are pros and cons to a non-metropolitan location. Explore the facts and figures of marketplace, workforce and logistics, then consider quality of life (next section) We invite your inquiry and one-to-one exploration. MORE
A generation or two ago, a common to life goal was to escape the small town and find wealth and happiness in the big city. Today, for many reasons, the definition of wealth and happiness is shifting.
The plant closing era of the late 20th and early 21st Century eliminated some large employers, but the county continues to play in the big leagues, and looks forward to continuing momentum in business growth. Click for samples of today's players.
Randolph County welcomes change-makers: energetic people and organizations with a vision for a prosperous future. Let's talk about your vision and avenues to go to work.
Direct dialog is the best way to initiative exploration. You will find a team ready to respond with information and ready to facilitate the connections and action that moves vision to reality.