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Greenville’s strategic location on Interstate 30, a NAFTA trade highway, and on U.S. Highways 380 & 69, in addition to major rail service, gives businesses the opportunity to manufacture and deliver products to points across the continent. Because Greenville is the “IH-30 East Gateway to the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex”, your company will have access to a labor force of over 899,000 workers within a 40-mile radius. Many of the 21,000-plus employees who currently work in Greenville find the commute easy and convenient.

When you consider Greenville’s prime location, diverse transportation connections, proximity to the Dallas market, low-cost land, abundant skilled workforce, and pro-business attitude, you’ll find we offer you a location of superior value.

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Say you need Low-Cost land plus plenty of water and power? Greenville will see you those – and raise you no impact fees plus unrestricted zoning.


Cash in with national retailers that get it in Greenville, Texas. Your share of $994 million in retail sales is waiting right here in our vibrant city!


You’ll find educational, recreational and sports activities for all ages. Come discover the good times and happy memories to be made here!


Strategic Intersection: Interstate 30, US Hwy. 380, US Hwy. 66, State Hwy. 34 and US Hwy. 69
Multiple Connections: Interstate 20, Interstate 45, Interstate 35 and
US Hwy. 75

Local Benefits: Economic Development Type A sales tax and Board of Development incentives, low-cost land, Tax Abatements, Triple Freeport, Industrial Revenue Bonds, Tax Increment Financing

State Programs: Skills Development Fund, Enterprise Zone, Texas Capital Fund, Texas Enterprise Fund

Federal Benefit: Foreign Trade Zone New Market Tax Credits

Short-Line Carriers: Blacklands Railroad (transload facility in Greenville Industrial District) and DGNO (Genesee & Wyoming)

Class 1 Lines: Union Pacific Intermodal-60 miles from Greenville; Kansas City Southern Intermodal–30 miles from Greenville

Faster Permitting: Attainment County classification (good air quality)

Location Advantage: Attainment County closest to Dallas in NCTCOG region

On-Site: City-owned Greenville Electric Utility Service (GEUS)

Plentiful and Dependable: 99.98% reliability factor; 192 MW on 69 kV lines

Executive Jet: Greenville’s Majors Field Municipal has jet fuel, FBO, and 10,000-ft. runway

Love Field: 55 miles away and featuring Southwest Airlines

DFW International: 65 miles away and fourth-largest international airport in the world

Airport Neighborhood: 9,539 population; $77,326 avg. income

Central Business District: 99.98% reliability factor; 80MW on 69kV lines

Total City of Greenville: 25,989 population; $52,279 avg. income

*Source: 2015 Claritas/esri

Greenville ISD: 8 campuses; career-tech education center; robotics champions

Paris Junior College: Greenville campus; workforce training and certification

Texas A&M University–Commerce:15 minutes from Greenville; 14,000 students; $100M in capital expansions

Skilled Workforce: 899,000 within 40-mile radius

Manufacturing-Centered:Occupational sector growing 32% by 2022

Smaller Sites to Large Tracts: 10,000+ available acres in the Greenville area Industrial sites: 600+ EDC-owned acres

Resource: Sabine River Authority City Surplus: 13 million GPD capacity; 2 million GPD usage