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Johnston County Industrial Park
The Johnston County Industrial Authority offers land and office space at the Industrial Park located in Tishomingo, Oklahoma. Currently, businesses such as Tapematics and Nitro Lift Technologies enjoy having their businesses in the Park and you can too! Enter from Industrial Lane off of Highway 377 or turn off of Highway 22 by Pip Blue Repair. For more information, please call 580-371-3184 and ask for Kathy Ross, County Clerk.
The Johnston County Industrial Authority meets the second Friday of each month at 7:00 a.m at the Murray State College Aggie Dining Room.
HWY 377, 177, 78, 48, 22, 7, 1
Tish Airpark, Boatner Field (Calera)
BNSF Railway Co.
OG&E, PEC, Southeastern Electric Coop
Johnston County Water District
Municipal Water Departments
Atlink Internet Services, Vyve Broadband, AT&T, 360 Communications, CableOne, HughesNet, Windstream
Food: 28 locations
Agriculture: 12 locations
Mining: 5 locations
Manufacturing: 9 locations
Wholesale Trade: 13 locations
Medical Facilities: 8 locations
Realtors: 5 total
Construction: 8 locations
Retail: 77 locations
Auto Repair: 7 locations
Lodging: 12 locations (RV parks included)
Chickasaw Nation Attractions
The Indie Cinema
Ole Red Tishomingo
Hiking Trails & Murals
Abundance of Shopping Opportunities
Pennington Creek Dam & Park
Series of 5K Fun Runs
Blue River Public Hunting & Fishing
Tishomingo National Wildlife Refuge
MSC Equestrian Center & Firing Range
Camp Bond, Camp Simpson
Independence Day Celebration and Parade
Tish FD Outdoor Extravaganza (2018)
Fall Festival (2018)
President’s & Veteran’s Day Trout Derbies
Christmas in Johnston County
(Breakfast with Santa, Parade, Santa Bucks Giveaway, Living Windows)
Some city fees may be waived at the discretion of the City Manager
Partnerships with the Chickasaw Nation on roads, including Main Street re-pavement project in Summer 2019
New water plant to be finished in
Tishomingo in 2019-2020
Two new line feeds coming for OG&E
Business frontage fee assessed, min $25.
Water application, $100 deposit
Johnston County Population: 11,060
Tishomingo Population: 3,100
Unemployment rate: 3.4%
Housing Units: 5,150
Schools: K-12 (5)
Mean travel time to work is 23.7 mins.
Labor force in counties surrounding JC:
Bryan County: 21,082
Carter County: 22,552
Pontotoc County: 19,127
Marshall County: 6,469
Murray State College
OTA, PTA, Nursing, Gunsmithing, Vet Tech, Business, Criminal Justice,
Agriculture and more.
Approx. enrollment: 2,400
Blue River Public Hunting & Fishing Area
Tishomingo National Wildlife Refuge
Over 6 miles of hiking trails
Tishomingo is the capital of
The Chickasaw Nation of Oklahoma
The Chickasaw Capitol Building
The Chickasaw Council House Museum
The Johnston County Museum of History and Chickasaw Bank Museum
The Chickasaw White House
The Chickasaw Annual Festival & Meeting
The Chickasaw Information Center
Tishomingo Tobacco & Gaming
- State of Oklahoma: 4.5%
- Johnston County: 2%
- Tishomingo: 3%
- Milburn: 2%
- Mill Creek: 3.5%
- Wapanucka: 1%
- Ravia: 3%
- Mannsville: 3%
- Johnston County Property Tax: 12%
- Business Personal Property Tax: 12%
Commercial Properties & Land Available
1520 W. Main Street | 133,894 sq. ft.
1525 W. Pennington Rd. | 40,000 sq. ft.
805 E. Main St. | 15,000 sq. ft.
1000 E. Main St. | 5,805 sq. ft.
707 W. Main St. | 4,000 sq. ft.
110 E. Main St. | 2,500 sq. ft.
213 W. Main St. | 2,000 sq. ft.
105 E. Main St. | 1,875 plus 1,300 sq. ft. storage
603 W. Main St. | 1,848 sq. ft.
205 E. Main St. | Open lot
102 S. 5th St. | 3 Shop Bldg. on 3 Lots
200 W. Grand Ave | Cinder block structure on Lots 1-5
HWY 48A | 40 Wooded Acres
Union Road | 6 acre lot
What’s Coming For Johnston County?
Reagan Community Center opened Tuesday, June 5, 2018
New water lines along Main Street in Tishomingo – Construction moving along right now!
Encore Mechanical grand opening on Friday, June 8, 2018
Construction began on Mill Creek Community Center on July 11, 2018
Results for the JCIA Frontage Grants announced July 16, 2018
New water plant in Tishomingo projected for 2019-2020
Diamond Spring Wind Project in Mill Creek projected to begin 2019
Plans for a Johnston County Veteran’s Center are underway