Oneida County, Wisconsin is more than just a business location - we're a lifestyle choice! Escape the traffic jams and rat race of city life. Our experience with traffic jams is waiting for a flock of turkeys or a fawn following its mother to cross the road. We'll frequently pull over to admire the eagle's nest or a brilliant sunset. While our workdays are busy, we are still able to schedule time to enjoy the 1,100 lakes and streams offering fishing, boating and family fun. Our pristine forests and public lands offer miles of hunting, hiking and biking.
The Oneida County Economic Development Corporation is here to serve you! Our professional staff and board of directors are committed to our businesses and industries, and offer a variety of services to ensure your business may expand or relocate right here in Oneida County.
Oneida County Economic Development Corporation is a private/public partnership between business and government. We facilitate new business growth and assist businesses here in their expansions.
Best of all, the change of pace in Oneida County, Wisconsin doesn't mean we lack the business necessities. Contact us today to learn why Oldenburg, Printpack, Ponsse, Experra, Nimsgern Steel, Cole Publishing, Advanced Barrier Extrusions, Superior Diesel, NEX, Foster and Smith, Laser Pro, Red Arrow and other industry leaders are located right here in Oneida County, Wisconsin!
"The slogan reflects the ongoing flow in the downtown area during the construction; businesses remain open and functioning as normal, and traffic flow and parking has been reworked in a functional manner," the organization said in a press release.
Streetscape project ceremony follows a week of work on downtown streets - Although heavy machinery has been digging up streets in downtown Rhinelander for over a week now, the long-planned streetscape project was officially christened Tuesday afternoon when dignitaries took part in a groundbreaking ceremony near the corner of Davenport and Courtney streets.