On behalf of the citizens, businesses and leaders of Major County, Oklahoma, thank you for taking a few moments to virtually tour our cities and business climate. Our productive communities are filled with warmth and charm; our people are one of our greatest assets. Citizens are civic minded and active in our communities. Major County has entrepreneurial spirit, exemplary work ethic and we are committed to economic development. If your business is looking to expand, we invite you to consider one of our fine cities in Major County: Fairview, Ringwood, Cleo Springs, Meno, Chester, Ames or Isabella. Located in Northwest Oklahoma, at the foothills of the Gloss Mountains, citizens of Major County enjoy an abundance of natural resources, clean air and water, temperate climate with sunny days, year round blue skies, and starry nights. We strongly believe in Northwest Oklahoma, it's people and it's resources.
Why do families choose Major County?
Why do businesses choose Major County?
Lower Cost of Living
High Achieving School Systems
Health Sensitive Communities
Abundant Outdoor Recreational Opportunities
Productive County Seat (Fairview, OK)
Centrally Located in the United States
Strong Business Communities with Worldwide Ties
Business/Industry Training by Northwest Technology Center
Certified Work Ready Communities
Certified Site-Ready, Shovel-Ready Fairview Industrial Park
Fairview Regional Airport
Every year, new businesses embark on a new journey - start fresh, relocate, expand. Finding a home for your business is a key piece of the puzzle. We understand every business is different, every location is different. We invite you to consider Major County, Oklahoma. For site selection assistance, general market information, business planning, workforce resources or to schedule a tour of one of our fine cities, the Fairview Industrial Park or the MCEDC Business Incubator, please call JaNae at Major County Economic Development Corporation: 580-227-2512. We look forward to working with you.
Fairview Community Analysis:
The City of Fairview, Oklahoma, may have an official population of 2,579 but we possess an impressive retail trade area of just over 58,000 - residents from at least 15 neighboring communities come to Fairview for shopping, dining and entertainment. Learn more by downloading the Fairview Community Analysis below.
THIS IS MAJOR COUNTY, OKLAHOMA:
Business Cooperation At It's Finest - Employees from businesses throughout the county teamed up to produce the first Fast Fusion Mobile Fusion Trac 36, which welds high density polyethylene pipe up to 36 inches in diameter. Cooperating entities included Davis Precision Design, Powermax Equipment, Bramco, Martens Machine Shop and Central Plasma Services/Leviathan.