Clark County is a natural location for growing your business!
With a comprehensive array of workforce training opportunities, valuable local incentives, and a welcoming, pro-business climate, Clark County stands ready as a dedicated partner in helping businesses grow and thrive. Our team serves as the bridge connecting businesses, government, the local community, and various stakeholders to streamline the process of doing business in Clark County, Arkansas.
Available properties in the county range in size from 1,800 sq. feet to 921 contiguous acres ready to meet your business needs. To learn more or schedule a visit, please contact Shelley Short at email@example.com or 870.246.1460.
The Arkadelphia Alliance is proud to be a member of the Metro Little Rock Alliance, a regional economic development organization, comprising 12-counties, committed to fueling Central Arkansas's growth. To learn more about doing business in our community including how to access job creation incentives, please download the Clark County Business and Industry Guide or contact us - we'd love to connect!
Clark County, Arkansas has a variety of available buildings and sites to fit your business' needs.
Clark County Business and Industry Guide
Doing Business in Clark County
Industrial Park & Sites
The Economic Development Corporation of Clark County (EDCCC) and the Clark County Industrial Council (CCIC) administer sites available for development in the Clark County Industrial Park and the adjacent Clark County Super Site.
To help locate or expand your business or provide job training resources, our local incentives can help your business grow in Clark County.
Arkadelphia, in Clark County, is located in southwest Arkansas and centrally located in the United States, and is within a day's drive of 52 percent of the nation's population.
Arkadelphia is committed to realizing the vision of the Clark County Strategic Plan, a comprehensive planning initiative addressing the future development of our community. To date, the Plan has leveraged over $55 million dollars for our community. The Plan, adopted in 2007, was written by a public-private organization of more than 500 volunteer county residents, and updated in 2013 by Leadership Clark County, Class V.