Rome-Floyd County 20/20 Plan

Rome-Floyd County, a northwestern Georgia community of about 94,000 people, is a one-county metropolitan area which has retained a large manufacturing base, as well as a growing Health Care sector, to employ its local workforce. In the past few years, it has benefited from solid population and job growth to sustain its local economic health. Local leaders are able to attribute much of the community’s economic development successes to the implementation of the Rome-Floyd County 20/20 plan first developed in 1998, and then updated in 2003. The implementation of the Rome-Floyd County 20/20 plan is a unified effort of the City of Rome, Floyd County, and the Greater Rome Chamber of Commerce for local economic development.

 

 

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