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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.
Labor force in counties surrounding JC:
Bryan County: 21,082
Carter County: 22,552
Pontotoc County: 19,127
Marshall County: 6,469
Available Commercial Property
Downtown Area | Quick Stop
Johnston County Commissioners on zoning and permits for projects outside of city limits – HERE
- State of Oklahoma: 4.5% 4.5%
- Johnston County: 2% 2%
- Tishomingo: 3% 3%
- Milburn: 2% 2%
- Mill Creek: 3.5% 3.5%
- Wapanucka: 1% 1%
- Ravia: 3% 3%
- Mannsville: 3% 3%
- Johnston County Property Tax: 12% 12%
- Business Personal Property Tax: 12% 12%
What’s Coming For Johnston County?
Tishomingo Main Street is currently being repaved through a partnership with ODOT and the Chickasaw Nation, June 2020
ROK Realty has relocated their office to Tishomingo, grand opening June 11, 2020
Johnston County Career Expo & Reality Fair is March 12, 2020
New Dairy Queen owners host grand opening January 13, 2020
The Pennington Inn is open for business!
Midship Pipeline construction finishing up December 2020
Ole Red Tishomingo – The Doghouse Open!
Boutique hotel on Main Street in Tishomingo set to begin construction in 2020
Brand new water plant in Tishomingo projected to begin in 2020
Plans for a Johnston County Veteran’s Center are underway
Main Street re-pavement project to begin early spring/late winter 2020
Johnston County EMS to be featured as the ambulance service in a Netflix documentary over healthcare in rural America
Diamond Spring Wind Project in Mill Creek projected to begin in fall 2019
Disclosure: The Johnston County Chamber of Commerce is not a real estate agent, nor does it receive any form of compensation (commission or referral fees) for the sale of the commercial properties listed with member real estate agents.