Mission Statement

Harvey County Economic Development is dedicated to the growth and advancement of Harvey County’s economy.


We strive to maintain our economic health by supporting the business and industry we have while continuing the recruitment of new industry. We have a firm belief the vitality of our economy is directly connected to the wellbeing of each resident. We have a local touch that is built on strong partnerships with our leadership and a global reach that ensures we stay in tune with ever-changing industry trends and markets.

The collaboration among our community partners allows us to plan and grow each one effectively. By joining Business Development, Workforce, effective marketing and relationship building, we can ensure the future of Harvey County and its communities.

Harvey County Core Industries

Latest News

Groundbreaking Ceremony Held to Welcome Hillsboro Industries

Groundbreaking Ceremony Held to Welcome Hillsboro Industries

Newton, KS – Harvey County Economic Development was excited to host a ceremonial groundbreaking at the Kansas Logistics Park for Hillsboro Industries.  On Friday, May 31st, many people gathered to celebrate the regional expansion of Hillsboro Industries into Harvey County. In the last decade, Hillsboro Industries has nearly quadrupled business and continues to stand out in […]

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Bunting Magnetics Expands, Newton, KS

Bunting Magnetics Expands, Newton, KS

Newton, Kan. – Bunting Magnetics, headquartered in Newton, KS, continues to expand locally. The company recently purchased an existing 12,000 SF building, located at 1001 S. Spencer Ave, Newton, KS, to accommodate their growth. This expansion represents a capital investment of $2.8 Million and the creation of 6 new jobs. Bunting Magnetics is a family-owned […]

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21 Albermarle to locate in Newton, KS

21 Albermarle to locate in Newton, KS

Newton, Kan. – Harvey County Economic Development is pleased to announce 21 Albermarle, LLC, headquartered in Honolulu, Hawaii, has chosen to expand their Kansas footprint at the Airport Addition of the Kansas Logistics Park. The company purchased 10 acres at 1st Street and Oliver Road in Newton for an initial 40,000 square-foot facility, with building […]

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