The Greater Clinton Region:

Connected Locally & Globally

We’ve got logistics down pat!

The mighty Mississippi River powers much of our production – and as one of the largest per capita manufacturing centers in the nation – keeps our region flowing forward. Our 450-acre rail park has a direct connection to Union Pacific’s main line, and travel time to Chicago, the nation’s third largest city, is shorter than any other community in Iowa, which means businesses are connected better and faster to the rest of the world.

Centuries-old companies choose our bi-state region for its efficient transportation ecosystem.

Otto Weispfenning - Welding Apprentice @ J.T. Cullen Company - Fulton, IL

Otto Weispfenning was selected for this program due to his passion and eagerness to pursue a career in welding. During his time at J.T. Cullen, Otto has shown that he is a dependable person with the ability to learn the necessary skills to complete any task. He has been a great addition to our company!” – Michl Peters, Operations Manager, J.T. Cullen Company

Clinton Regional Development Corporation
Women in Manufacturing Series

Women in Manufacturing: Metform

Women in Manufacturing: Air Control, Inc.

Women in Manufacturing: LyondellBasell

Women in Manufacturing: Nestle Purina PetCare

Women in Manufacturing: Skyline Center Inc.

Women in Manufacturing: Big River Packaging (BRP)

Manufacturing has been transformed and continues to adapt to changes in customer demand, technology, and workforce availability. It is critical that we engage young professionals as they navigate career decisions, and take action to ensure that the dated stigmas and stereotypes are busted and amazing opportunities are revealed!

Through this video series, we hope to introduce you to the many women working in manufacturing across the Greater Clinton, IA Region!

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Very cool!The City of Clinton was awarded $15,000,000 (million) dollars from the FY21 Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability & Equity (RAISE) grant announced by the United States Secretary of the Transportation Pete Buttigieg for the Drive to Prosperity: The Manufacturing Drive and Bluff Boulevard Reconstruction Project. The City was the only RAISE grant recipient in the State of Iowa. The $38.1 million project will reconstruct and improve approximately 4 miles of roadway, from the intersection with US HWY 30 to 7th Avenue North. The project includes reconstructing 2 bridges, converting the roadway into a 3-lane section with added turn lanes all at major intersections, adding a roundabout at South 19th Street, interconnecting traffic signals, separating sewer and sanitary lines, and installing bio-swales to capture rainwater and filter storm water. It will also upgrade traffic signals, install sidewalks and a bicycle route, add transit shelters, and modify intersections. The City of Clinton is excited to partner with several different organizations to completely reconstruct a brand-new transportation artery that runs through the heart of the City of Clinton. In addition to the RAISE Grant of $15.0 million, the State of Iowa Transportation is providing $6.6 million to the project, the City’s local match is $13.3 million, and Iowa American Water has committed to $3.2 million. The City of Clinton is working with Alliant Energy for upgrades to their utilities along the entire corridor. Recognition goes out to McClure Engineering Company on this project, who worked tirelessly over the past several years on this grant application. The City would like to thank United States Secretary of the Transportation Pete Buttigieg, Senator Chuck Grassley, Senator Joni Ernst and Representative Mariannette Miller-Meeks for supporting the City of Clinton and the Drive to Prosperity Project. www.transportation.gov/briefing-room/us-secretary-transportation-buttigieg-announces-nearly-1-bil... ... See MoreSee Less
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Very cool!The City of Clinton was awarded $15,000,000 (million) dollars from the FY21 Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability & Equity (RAISE) grant announced by the United States Secretary of the Transportation Pete Buttigieg for the Drive to Prosperity: The Manufacturing Drive and Bluff Boulevard Reconstruction Project. The City was the only RAISE grant recipient in the State of Iowa. The $38.1 million project will reconstruct and improve approximately 4 miles of roadway, from the intersection with US HWY 30 to 7th Avenue North. The project includes reconstructing 2 bridges, converting the roadway into a 3-lane section with added turn lanes all at major intersections, adding a roundabout at South 19th Street, interconnecting traffic signals, separating sewer and sanitary lines, and installing bio-swales to capture rainwater and filter storm water. It will also upgrade traffic signals, install sidewalks and a bicycle route, add transit shelters, and modify intersections. The City of Clinton is excited to partner with several different organizations to completely reconstruct a brand-new transportation artery that runs through the heart of the City of Clinton. In addition to the RAISE Grant of $15.0 million, the State of Iowa Transportation is providing $6.6 million to the project, the City’s local match is $13.3 million, and Iowa American Water has committed to $3.2 million. The City of Clinton is working with Alliant Energy for upgrades to their utilities along the entire corridor. Recognition goes out to McClure Engineering Company on this project, who worked tirelessly over the past several years on this grant application. The City would like to thank United States Secretary of the Transportation Pete Buttigieg, Senator Chuck Grassley, Senator Joni Ernst and Representative Mariannette Miller-Meeks for supporting the City of Clinton and the Drive to Prosperity Project. www.transportation.gov/briefing-room/us-secretary-transportation-buttigieg-announces-nearly-1-bil... ... See MoreSee Less
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On the spot interviews with Timken Drives on Tuesday, November 23rd from 12pm-5pm. ... See MoreSee Less
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Mayor's Spotlight - Homer's Deli and Sweetheart Bakery

Mayor's Spotlight - CRDC

Mayor's Spotlight - Hy-Vee

Mayor's Spotlight - Happy Joe's

Mayor's Spotlight - LyondellBasell

Mayor's Spotlight - Gary DeLacy, Superintendent of Clinton Community School District

Mayor's Spotlight - Convention & Visitor's Bureau

Mayor's Spotlight - Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce

Clinton Mayor Scott Maddasion partners with the Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce and the Clinton Regional Development Corporation to bring up to date and pertinent information to the citizens of Clinton and the surrounding area on what is happening in our community. If your business is interested in being featured in a weekly Mayor’s Spotlight, please reach out to Andy Sokolovich at the Clinton Regional Development Corporation at asokolovich@clintondevelopment.com for more information.

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