A growing city. McCamey is experiencing a period of growth. The Alamo 6 Solar Plant Project will be completed soon, just 11 miles out of McCamey off of FM 1901, employing hundreds during its construction. The solar plant will create 35-40 permanent positions. In the next year, several major 2015-16 construction projects will be completed, including expanded care facilities at McCamey Hospital and the Upton County Annex on Burleson.
Lots to build on. If you are looking for an inexpensive piece of land, McCamey is the place to start your new business from the ground up. Buy an existing or build a new home, for just a fraction of the cost of one in the big city. The closest major shopping center is located one hour’s drive away, making Upton County the perfect area to expand your retail franchise, or just “get away from it all”.
A landlord’s dream. With a constant stream of new workers and their families are moving to West Texas from other states to work for companies such as FPL/NextEra Energy, MA Mortenson, OCI and AEP Texas, rentals, mobile AND forever homes are always in demand. At a steady 99% occupancy, this area presents the ideal economic climate for those looking to invest in land and build new rental properties.
Land of opportunity. Take advantage of the incentives and loans offered through the McCamey Economic Development Corporation to quickly make your business dreams a reality. Agencies such as the UTPB Small Business Development Corporation and McCamey’s EDC aid and advise entrepreneurs every step of the process, from drafting your business plan to the date your company opens its doors, and beyond. mccameyedc.com.