The Wyandot County Office of Economic Development (WCOED) was established to assist existing local businesses in economic development projects enabling them to remain profitable and competitive. In addition, we strategically research existing supply chains and regional industries to target and recruit new businesses development into the community. Ultimately, it is our intent to help improve the overall economic viability and quality of life in Wyandot County and the various municipalities located therein.
WCOED Bi-Monthly Meetings are the second Monday of every other month at 4:00 p.m. in Carey at the Vaughn Industries Training Center. Meetings are open to the public. A list of the scheduled meetings can be found here.
Where is Wyandot?
Wyandot County is a unique area offering rural, small town living in a central location in Northwest Ohio, bisected by major highways that provide easy access to major commercial and industrial centers. Wyandot County has long been a local center for manufacturing, agri-business and farming and is now positioned to grow regionally with the recent completion of U.S. 30 east/west complementing U.S. 23 north/south to provide four lane highway access in all directions. These two corridors in addition to the bypass around Upper Sandusky provide many ideal sites for the location, relocation, or expansion of your business in the northwest Ohio area. Our website will provide site selection professionals and business owners the necessary first-pass background information required to make decisions regarding future location and business development options.