Utilities & Infrastructure
Home to the world’s busiest passenger airport, and a major global air cargo center. The New $1.2 Billion Maynard H. Jackson International Terminal opened in May of 2012, providing a new front door to the airport on the East side, the I-75 corridor.
250 direct miles to the fastest growing container port in the Country, the Port of Savannah.
Roads & Transportation Departments – Georgia Department of Transportation and Clayton County Transportation & Development Department
With an unprecedented 15 interstate exits on four major U.S. interstates, Clayton County provides incredibly strategic and swift access to more than 80-percent of the U.S. population within two day’s drive.
Land Development & Permitting
In unincorporated Clayton County, two departments primarily serves as development and permitting offices, the Clayton County Community Development Department, and the Clayton County Transportation & Development Department. Inside incorporated City boundaries, each city will typically have a planning and zoning department. Check our Clayton Cities link to visit the websites of our incorporated cities for more information.
Georgia Ports – Georgia Ports Authority
Direct rail and road access to the Ports of Savannah and Brunswick provide easy and efficient movement of goods and services to our industries.
Electricity – Georgia Power
Numerous commercial rate plans with ample industrial and commercial capacity throughout Clayton County
Natural Gas – Atlanta Gas Light
Water & Sewer – Clayton County Water Authority
The award-winning Clayton County Water Authority has five raw water reservoirs and can produce up to 42 million gallons per day of potable water and treat up to 38.4 million gallons of wastewater every day. Plus, the Authority maintains approximately 1,500 miles of water distribution pipes, 1,400 miles of sewer conveyance pipes and storm water infrastructure throughout the county and its cities.
Telephone & Data – AT&T
Massive fiber infrastructure throughout the county provides ready access to the vast majority of business and commerce sites. Special technology developments such as University Station in Morrow capitalize on the data capabilities of the system.