For Information please call Rex A. Katterheinrich at 419-753-4504
Ownership – The Village of New Knoxville owns the industrial property. The New Knoxville Community Improvement Corporation (CIC) serves as the marketing arm for the Village. The CIC is actively seeking new industry and stand willing to offer their assistance.
Size – The 33.4 acre Park is developed with water, sanitary and storm sewers, natural gas, and underground electric service to the property lot lines. All streets have curb and gutter and are paved with asphalt pavement. The Village also has an option on 32 additional acres adjacent to the Park with all public utilities available.
Location – The Industrial Park is conveniently located on SR 219 at the northeast corner of the Village, 1/4 mile from the Neil Armstrong Airport. The Park is within the following distance of several major highways.
Zoning – I-1 Industrial. “Protective Covenants & Provisions ” have been established to ensure appropriate use and improvements, to encourage the development of commercial and light industrial manufacturing with an emphasis on the retention or addition of new employment.
Airport – The Park is adjacent to the Neil Armstrong Auglaize County Airport on SR 219, one of Ohio’s finest county airports. The airport features a lighted 5650 x 100 foot runway, suitable to all types of aircraft including corporate jets. The Park is located 45 miles from the Dayton International Airport.
Incentives – The Park is located in the “Washington Township – New Knoxville Village Rural Enterprise Zone “; whereby, a tax abatement may be allowed for companies making a major investment that will preserve or create employment.
New Knoxville Municipal Utilities offer highly competitive rates for electric, water, and sewer services that can save you substantial operating dollars.
Electric – The New Knoxville Municipal Electric Utility supplies 3-phase electric service to the Park. The publicly owned system supplies reliable electric service at rates below investor owned utilities. The distribution system within the Park is all underground. New Knoxville is the only community in the area that has its own diesel powered electric peaking generator, which can provide continuous peaking electricity in the event of high statewide demand during peak summer or winter requests for power; thereby, avoiding excessive electricity charges during those periods.
Water System – The Park has a water tower with a 250,000 gallon storage capacity, and a 12″ diameter supply line. The water is softened and the static water pressure is 55 PSI.
Sanitary Sewer System – The New Knoxville Wastewater Treatment Facility serves the Park with a 15″ main.
Natural Gas – Vectren Energy Delivery provides natural gas service to the Park.
Telephone/Cable/Fiber – NKTELCO is a local company providing high quality communication services (telephone, cable, fiber optic, DSL and dialup networks), and cable TV. The community is also supplied by Adelphia, offering cable network and cable TV. With our link to global markets with copper and fiber optic networks, the Park is able to meet the requirements of small and large business systems.
Elementary and High School – The public school system, New Knoxville School, is rated “excellent” by the Ohio Department of Education, achieving some of the highest test scores in the State of Ohio.
The following are located within a 30 minute drive of the community.