Litchfield has two fully developed industrial parks that provide 200 acres of industrial property with utilities, roadways and rail service. The Dean Meier Litchfield Industrial Park consists of approximately 130 acres and houses manufacturing and distribution/warehousing businesses. Rail service is available within this Industrial Park.
The 70-acre Route 66 Industrial Park was developed in 1999 and has land shovel-ready for development. A dedicated truck route serves both Parks. Meanwhile, further industrial development is underway with Interstate access. This Development will offer significant opportunities for construction and customization of new facilities in a brand new setting. It is ideal for manufacturing, warehousing and distribution or back office operation.
Litchfield is equipped to meet your infrastructure and utility needs for business. The City has state-of-the-art utility services. Litchfield's Water Treatment Facility can process up to 4 million gallons per day, and the Wastewater Treatment Facility can process up to 4 million gallons per day. The City has Ameren serviced electric and natural gas along with fiber optic hubs for high speed internet access.
SITES & BUILDINGS:
The City of Litchfield is rapidly expanding on westside of town. New Route 66 Industrial Park. Primed for development in commercial and industrial; warehouse and distribution; healthcare-related; technology related firms; tourism & hospitality; consumer services including business support and "back office" operations; food precessing & agribusiness and warehousing & product distribution.
The City has a number of sites & buildings available. Please click the link to access local database.
Rt 66 Industrial Park