Tyler County’s diverse assets combine to offer outstanding opportunities for business investment, recreational activities, and the enjoyment of a high quality of life.
A wealth of varied business locations are available within fully served industrial parks, green field sites and available buildings. A highly motivated and dedicated workforce has allowed business to thrive. A skilled available workforce adds to Tyler County’s attractiveness for businesses investment and expansion. The Tyler County Development Authority provides new and expanding businesses with an attractive array of assistance programs, including site selection, financing sponsorship, and workforce procurement and training.
Noted for its genuine hospitality, historic atmosphere, and diverse scenic beauty, Tyler County offers an array of attractions to satisfy a wide variety of tastes.
Among several unique attractions is the Sistersville Ferry, the only operating commercial ferry remaining between Pittsburgh and Cincinnati. The ferry operates from April until November and provides vehicle or foot passengers with an unspoiled view of the Ohio River.
Art, antiques, entertainment, special events, fairs, festivals, natural areas, including a National Wildlife Refuge, National Historic Districts and landmarks, and specialty shopping combine to make Tyler County an outstanding vacation, weekend visit, retirement or business destination.
|Charles A. Smith, County Commissioner|
|John Stender, County Commissioner|
|Eric Vincent, County Commissioner|
|City of Paden City|
|City of Sistersville|
|Town of Friendly|
|Town of Middlebourne|
|Friendly Public Service District|
|Tyler County Development Authority|