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Why Hinds County?

Hinds County is the star of the State of Mississippi. Being in the same county as the capital city puts your business in a place to grow and thrive! Located in the middle of Memphis, TN and New Orleans, LA via Interstate 55 and in the middle of Dallas, TX and Atlanta, GA on Interstate 20, Hinds County, Mississippi is on track to be THE place for distribution, logistics, and advance manufacturing. The healthcare system is the top in the state and Hinds County is looking to grow and support that industry as well! Give us a call, let's talk about locating your business here. In the meantime, please click the "Why Hinds" for more details. 


Current and Past Plans for

Economic Development in

Hinds County, Mississippi

 2022 Hinds County Economic Development Map.pdf

2018 Hinds County EDA Strategic Plan.pdf

2018 HCBOS Strategic Plan.pdf

2008 Hinds Co Econ. Dev. Strategic Plan.pdf

Search Available Properties

Hinds County, MS wants your business. Check out the Entergy Certified Industrial Park at Wynndale! It has various tracts of greenfield acerage ready for development. Check out the video here - Wynndale Industrial Center in Hinds County, MS

Hinds County has many sites and buildings to fit your criteria. The Mississippi Prospector search tool will help you find buildings and sites for your new business home. 


JACKSON, Miss. – The U.S. Small Business Administration approved Governor Tate Reeves’ request for assistance for businesses affected by the Jackson Water Crisis. Many businesses within Hinds County, including the City of Jackson, have experienced economic losses due to total or near total loss of water pressure following the Pearl River flooding in late August 2022.
With little to no running water throughout the city, businesses could not serve, clean, cool, or sanitize, forcing them to either suffer losses or temporarily shut down.
“These low interest loans will go a long way to support our Jackson businesses and help them make it through the ongoing water crisis,” said Governor Tate Reeves. “I’m committed to ensuring that we both restore clean water to the city and relieve the burdens of this crisis for Jacksonians.”
Businesses in Hinds County and the following contiguous counties are eligible to apply for Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDLs):  Claiborne, Copiah, Madison, Rankin, Simpson, Warren, and Yazoo. These loans help small businesses and most private, non-profit organizations of all sizes meet their ordinary and necessary financial obligations that cannot be met as a direct result of the disaster. These loans are intended to assist through the disaster recovery period.
The application filing deadline is June 14, 2023. LiNK IS Below



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March 6, 2023