A national publication ranks Indiana in the top 10 states on its annual list detailing small city economic development success. Site Selection Magazine says Indiana has seven “micropolitan” cities in its top 100. Indiana ranks sixth on the magazine's list. Warsaw, Angola, Frankfort, Huntington, Jasper, Madison and Seymour are in the top 100 “micropolitans.”

You can see the full micropolitan rankings by clicking here.

May 7, 2015

News Release

Site Selection Magazine this week released its list of the top 100 micropolitan (small cities) in America ranking for economic development success. Warsaw made the top 20 in that list.

KEDCo expresses its appreciation to the City Council, Redevelopment Commission and City staff for making Warsaw a great place to do business. We also must recognize the significant role our County government and its employees do in creating a welcoming, pro-business, fiscally responsible environment. Lastly, a big thank you to KEDCo’s Board, volunteer committees and staff for developing and implementing a strong economic development program in the County and City.

The State of Indiana is critical to such success by creating a business friendly environment and a pro-economic development effort. The State of Indiana was the 6th best State in the nation with Frankfort, Huntington, Jasper, Madison and Seymour making the top 100.

Source: Kosciusko Economic Development Corp.

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