Lee County Overview
Competitive Advantages of Doing Business in Lee County
Central location with excellent access to markets and transportation systems
A pro-business environment with competitive taxes and incentives for new and existing businesses
Educated, productive workforce necessary to grow businesses
By the numbers:
The county is comprised of 334,080 acres of land, or 522 square miles.
Two county seats (Fort Madison and Keokuk) are located along Highway 61 and the Mississippi River.
Lee County is comprised of 8 diverse communities, each community's unique characteristics flavor its business, recreational, social, and educational environment:
Unincorporated Townships include: Argyle, Croton, Denmark, New Boston, Charleston, Pilot Grove, Mt. Hamill, Primrose, Vincennes and Wever.
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