WHY HAZEN? WHY CHURCHILL COUNTY? WHY NEVADA?

Why is Hazen, Nevada a great place to relocate your manufacturing, distribution, or other business? The answer is location, location, and location.

Over the last few decades, the Reno/Sparks area has become known for much more than just gaming and stellar recreation. Several prominent corporations have relocated to the area. INC Magazine rated the Reno/Sparks area as the sixth best location to do business for mid-sized cities.

Hazen, Nevada has more than 100 years of history as a rail station.

Hazen is 40 minutes away from the Reno/Tahoe International Airport.

Nevada’s tax structure continues to be one of the least burdensome in the country, allowing both business and employees to flourish.

Nevada does not have: • Corporate Income Tax • Unitary Tax • Inventory Tax • Estate and/or gift tax • Personal Income Tax • Franchise Tax • Inheritance Tax

Operating Benefits of doing business at Churchill Hazen Industrial Park, in Churchill County Nevada, include: • Strategic location • Diverse labor market • Entrepreneurial services and support • Urban, suburban, rural living options where new homes start in the mid $250,000s. • High quality of life.

One of Churchill County’s greatest assets is the available access to wide range of recreational opportunities at including thousands of miles of tracks and trails in areas such as Lake Lahontan, Stillwater Wildlife Refuge, Sand Mountain Recreation Area, Fort Churchill, the Carson River and massive horizons of wide open spaces, making it a mecca,perfect for equestrian activities, off road adventures, hunting, fishing, hiking and biking.

The estimated population of the Reno/Sparks area is over 500,000 and has seen steady and continuous growth since its formation. Known as The Oasis of Nevada, the City of Fallon’s strong economy and local pride are the hardworking people that make the city great. Additional, detailed geo-demographic information is available from the Center for Regional Studies, University of Nevada, Reno.

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