To build a strong foundation for our future, Pendleton County has adopted a strategic vision of concentrating efforts in the areas of overall economic development, infrastructure development, urban renewal and strategic planning. Project activities range from small business development, industrial recruitment, workforce development, industrial and commercial site marketing, emergency services infrastructure redevelopment and water and sewer line construction to urban renewal planning, civic engagement and leadership development.
Pendleton County is also serious about promoting workforce development as a means of supporting our current industrial and commercial partners while promoting our community to new investment. Pendleton County was recently designated by the Commonwealth and is a Work Ready
in Progress Community.
Business Licenses and Regulations
Establishing a business in Pendleton County also requires certain licenses, fees and adherence to building codes and zoning regulations. Detailed information regarding understanding zoning and other regulations and where to go for assistance can be found on the "Starting a Small Business
The Pendleton County Commonwealth Commerce Center, located just south of Falmouth on U.S. 27 includes 56 acres of available property for commercial and industrial development. The industrial park holds environmental clearance having completed a phase 1 environmental assessment and a comprehensive state approved archeological assessment. A comprehensive listing of information regarding the Industrial park is found at Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development Quick Facts