Wall City Council recently approved a new industrial park to attract more manufacturing companies to the community. Manufacturing is considered a key industry by the State of South Dakota, and with the newly approved industrial park, Wall is positioned well for future development.
“The industrial site designation is the first step toward future growth and development,” said Liliya Stone, Executive Director of the Wall Economic Development Corporation. “The development corporation remains committed to attracting businesses in the value-added ag, precision ag, and light industrial manufacturing industries.”
Stone added that having the industrial site zoned appropriately is also key in attracting the right businesses to the park.
“South Dakota is open for business, and so is Wall,” said Mary Williams, president of the Wall Economic Development Board. “We are providing a location for current Wall businesses to expand and relocate to, as well as welcoming new manufacturing and service companies”.
The designated industrial park is located on the north side of Wall’s municipal airport, near I-90 and encompasses 57 acres.