Kosciusko-Attala Development Corporation
KADC
101 North Natchez St.
Kosciusko, MS 39090
Phone: 662-289-2981
Email: info@kadcorp.org
Town of Ethel
2131 Main Street
Ethel, MS 39067
Phone: 662-674-5222
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Nestled along the historic Natchez Trace Parkway in the heart of Mississippi, Attala County features many historic sites, picturesque communities, and people who exemplify the true essence of southern hospitality. 

 

Our community and business leaders welcome you to Attala County and stand ready to help you grow your business here in the fastest growing region of the United States, the southeast.  Fifty-five percent of the nation's population is located within an eight hour drive of Attala County. 

 

We have thriving businesses and industries, a business friendly community, and a variety of available industrial and commercial sites and buildings available.

    
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Featured Buildings and Sites
Kosciusko Industrial Park
Recently developed, Mid Mississippi Eco Plex, is a prime location for new and existing businesses to locate or expand. With onsite utilities and supported by 3 power companies this site is one of the most competitive in the region. The Mid Mississippi Eco-Plex is composed of 224 acres. The Cost of the land is dependent on acreage purchased, investment into the community, jobs created, and wages. The park is owned by the City of Kosciusko and they will do their best, under the law, to place a company in the park at a reasonable price.
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Kosciusko is the home of Magnolia Bible College, and the birthplace for several notable people, including Oprah Winfrey, James Meredith, and former Brigadier General Nick Halley