Madison County's Collaborative Economic Development Agency
In 2009, Madison County, Deercreek Township, Jefferson Township, the City of London, the Village of Mt. Sterling, Pike Township, and the Village of West Jefferson joined forces with the Madison County Chamber of Commerce to create a Community Improvement Corporation (CIC) to serve as the principal regional economic development agency for the county and its communities.
The CIC is a non-profit 501c3 public and private partnership established under the Ohio Revised Code to promote and carry-out the economic development efforts of its communities.
Private partners are encouraged to help Madison County's ability to grow and thrive. Please see our Investment Guide to see how you can partner with Madison County's economic development agency.
Since its inception, Madison County Future, Inc. has attracted, created or retained 3,000 jobs and nearly $500 million in investments in Madison County making it #4 in Central Ohio and #15 in the state in net job creation.
Platinum Level ($10,000+ per year)
- The Village of Mt. Sterling
- The Village of West Jefferson
Gold Level ($5,000 to $9,999 per year)
Bronze Level ($1,500 to $2,499 per year)
- Jefferson Township
- City of London
Titanium Level ($1,000 to $1,499 per year)
Aluminum Level ($500 to $999 per year)
- Bill Beathard
- Deer Creek Township
- Bennett & Williams Environmental Consultants, Inc.
- Boerger Farms
- ME Companies
Copper Level ($250 to $499 per year)
- Jennifer Hunter, CPA
- The Madison Press
- Dusty and Chris Parker
- The Village of Plain City
- Pike Township
- Tim Stonecipher