Regionally and nationally, Clay County is at the heart of everything.
Only minutes from downtown Kansas City and regional draws like major league sports and world-class arts, the area features amenities such as its corporate jet center. From the shadow of Downtown Kansas City to rural northern hills, Clay County is both diverse and dynamic.
Accessible for local, national and international transportation, the region boasts one of the nation's major connections of Interstate highways. The region's top two airports are in Clay County or just minutes away.
Clay County, Missouri:
Where quality is developing by design.
For businesses looking at Clay County opportunities and those already here, the Clay County Economic Council is the best source of information for development, site selection and business assistance in the Kansas City Northland of Clay County, Missouri. We offer unequalled support for area businesses, site and building searches or expansion and quality of life in the Northland.
The EDC facilitates a number of important initiatives. From small business loans through Midwest Small Business Finance to international trade, education and workforce programs, the EDC and its members constantly seek to make Clay County a better place to live and do business. Collaborating with other area organizations, the EDC also promotes activities to enhance local quality of life and support other organizations in these efforts.
Clay County Missouri is among the fastest growing region's in Missouri with a diverse business and quality of life environment. Learn how you can join this success.
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Clay County Economic Development Council • 1251 NW Briarcliff Parkway, Suite 25, Kansas City, MO 64116
Phone: (816) 468-4989 • Fax (816) 587-1996 • email@example.com
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