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Belmont County is the center of Eastern Ohio, sharing development in the Ohio River Valley with Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Situated in the Buckeye State’s Appalachian foothills, it is a key region of Ohio’s economic development. Built on abundant natural resources plus a strong workforce, industry and manufacturing, education and entrepreneurship continue to grow in asset-based development. Belmont County’s historically valuable geography makes this Ohio Gateway to the West  a diverse and rich business, social, and cultural hub bordering Southeastern  and Northeastern Ohio.

The  Community Improvement Corporation (CIC)
  is located in the Belmont County seat of  St.Clairsville, and is your prime point of contact for  regional economic development . We invite you to visit our Main Street office on the Historic National Road, as well as our website.

True to our traditions, resilience and flexibility, the web pages are in states of continual construction. Please browse the sites knowing you are a phone number away from a voice who will be very happy to talk to you about Belmont County. If what you see here talks to you, talk to us!

GATEWAY to the UPPER OHIO VALLEY

We are happy to have a video available for you to view . The 8 minute video tour of our area is a general overview and we encourage you to call us for more details.

Belmont County offers every transportation option. This county has access to Interstate 70 with its east-west highway corridor running through the heart of America’s great Ohio River Valley Basin. The newly completed $2.7 million dollar Fox Commerce Industrial Park, with a 125-acre tract, is located on I-70 (one of the nation’s busiest interstates) and 10 miles from the Ohio River. The Fox Commerce Industrial Park is also centrally located being that it is only 30 minutes from Interstate 77 and 20 minutes from Interstate 79.

A major transportation time saver factor exists having I-70 (I-70 has a daily traffic count of over 60,000 vehicles) running east and west while I-77 and I-79 runs north and south to major markets including Pittsburgh, Washington D.C., Indianapolis, St. Louis, Atlanta, Charleston, Cleveland, Detroit and Buffalo – all within a 500 mile drive. Coupled with more than 30 motor freight companies, the above transportation modes serve more than 50% of the nation’s population and more than 60% of its manufacturing plants – all within overnight travel to Belmont County.

QUALITY of LIFE in the UPPER OHIO VALLEY

If you really want to be in "The Heart of it All," come to Belmont County, Ohio. Become part of an area rich in American History, country music, river cruises, fun-filled fairs and festivals, beautiful parks, dedicated bike paths, lakes and breathtaking scenery. Experience for yourself the relaxed lifestyle of Belmont County

Please check our NEWS page for the latest information on events and projects.

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