The following marketing video was done in collaboration with Harvey County Economic Development (EDC). Contact Harvey County EDC (800-648-7759) or Halstead City Hall (316-835-2286) for all economic development needs or questions about the Halstead Industrial Park.
The Halstead Industrial Park is located on the west side of Halstead and is served by a city-owned rail spur that connects to the BNSF main line and the park has access to Halstead Road (HV County 801) with direct and convenient access to US HWY 50 to the north or K-96 to the south. Halstead is proud of our local industries, such as Martin Machine and Welding, Ergon Asphalt, and Mill Creek Truss, that are located within the Halstead Industrial Park and are committed to working with good corporate citizens, small industries, or entrepreneurs looking to build their business and bring economic and job opportunities to the Halstead community. The city is a funding partner and collaborates with Harvey County Economic Development (EDC) on marketing and coordinating economic development opportunities for the Halstead Industrial Park.
- 13 (out of original 70) total acres still available
- All sites are "shovel ready"
- Fire rating is ISO Class 3
- Zoned I-2 Heavy Industrial which accommodates most industrial uses
- City-owned rail spur that connects to BNSF main line
- Electrical: Evergy (up to 12 MW for electrical use)
- Gas: City of Halstead (6" main)
- Sewer: City of Halstead (8" main and lift station)
- Water: City of Halstead (8" main)
- Located on the west edge of Halstead:
- Easy access to US HWY 50 (2 miles north), I-135 (11 miles east), and K-96 (12 miles south)
- 20 miles north of Wichita, 20 miles east of Hutchinson, 8 miles west of Newton
- 15 miles from Newton City/County Airport
- 24 miles from Hutchinson Regional Airport
- 30 miles from Wichita Eisenhower Airport
Lots are available to be purchased from the city. There are a couple of smaller one acre lots and then a larger 11 acre site than could be parceled if needed. The city will negotiate terms with interested parties and will consider "in-kind" proposals where applicable and upon review of appropriate cost-benefit analysis by a third party. Call City Hall at 316-835-2286 or reach out to Harvey County EDC at 800-648-7759 for information on available lots or discuss opportunities.
Existing Business and Industries
The following companies call the Halstead Industrial Park home:
- Becker Car Care
- E&V Motors
- Ergon Asphalt & Emulsions
- Farmers Coop Anhydrous Station
- Martin Machine and Welding/LMI Inc.
- Mill Creek Truss
- Evergy Substation
All major utilities are available within the Halstead Industrial Park. The Evergy substation, which is located at the site, guarantees ample electricity for most any industrial requirements. The city-operated natural gas, water, and sewer utilities have established mains running through the park and can provides service to all lots as needed. High-speed Fiber Optic internet services are also available to Industrial Park lots thanks to a city partnership with IdeaTek. Other communication options include Cox Communications and AT&T.
Occupants of the Halstead Industrial Park may take advantage of excellent transportation accessibility.
- The park is served by a city-owned rail spur, and Industrial Road, a paved road, runs through the Industrial Park to serve interior lots that do not have direct access to Halstead Rd.
- Halstead Road (Harvey County Road 801), which is adjacent to the Industrial Park on the east, provides access to US HWY 50, Interstate I-135, and K-96 as well as the larger cities of Newton, Huthinson, McPherson, and Wichita within 30 minutes or less.
- The interior access road in the park consists of a 37-foot wide paved curb and gutter road.
Development and Business Friendly
The City of Halstead and our elected officials are open to development and always willing to discuss if a project is a good fit for the Halstead Industrial Park and our community. In collaboration with our regional partners, the city is willing to look at multiple options or discuss what incentives would be correct or available from the smallest to the largest economic development projects.