TIDE Industrial Park
TIDE Industrial Park is owned and operated by Rush Township and Schuylkill Economic Development Corporation (SEDCO).
Developed in the mid-1970s, TIDE Industrial Park is a 200-acre mixed-use industrial / commercial park in a beautiful natural setting. It contains a first-rate infrastructure in place to support businesses well into the future.
TIDE Industrial Park offers an ideal location for manufacturing, marketing, and distributing products. It also features low operating costs, tax and loan incentives, experienced development assistance and one of the finest work forces in the country.
Much of the park is a designated Pennsylvania Keystone Opportunity Zone (KOZ), which can provide substantial tax savings to tenants.
Located within the I-81 Corridor between Harrisburg and Scranton, the TIDE Industrial Park is strategically located to provide access to most major markets. It is within a 500-mile radius of 40 percent of the nation’s population and 60 percent of the Canadian population. It is accessible by a network of major interstates and is served by two international and three regional airports.
TIDE Industrial Park is one of the few parks in Central and Northeastern Pennsylvania with railroad-accessible sites available.
- Railroad: Reading, Blue Mountain & Northern Railroad
- Electric: PPL Electric Utilities provides and ample supply of reliable, competitively priced electricity from 120 volts to 66 KV
- Water: Tamaqua Borough Authority. 2.6 billion gallon capacity. 19 million gallons daily delivery capacity. Average daily consumption is 1.4 million gallons.
- Sewer: Rush Township Sewer Department. 2.6 million gallons per day capacity. Reserve capacity for TIDE Industrial Park is available
- Gas: Star Gas Company bottled propane
- Telephone: Verizon
- Police: Rush Township Police Department, Tamaqua Police Department, Pennsylvania State Police
- Fire: Hydrants located in park. Rush Township Fire Department, Tamaqua Fire Department
- Safety: Tamaqua Community Ambulance, St. Luke’s Miners Memorial Hospital
To encourage a well-designed, mixed-use park, TIDE’s Board of Directors implemented protective covenants governing land use. These covenants preserve natural wooded areas retaining the natural beauty while maximizing park efficiency.
Rush Township, along with Schuylkill Economic Development Corporation (SEDCO), maintains and operates the industrial park.
There are many attractive financial incentives available to industrial and commercial firms through the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Rush Township and SEDCO can assist you in obtaining loans applicable to your business.
SEDCO has more than 50 years of experience in assisting companies to locate or expand their operations in Schuylkill County.
Together, Rush Township and SEDCO will work with you to help you relocate or expand and will continually provide assistance to help your company prosper.
To learn more about TIDE, call 570-622-1943 or e-mail email@example.com. Let’s discuss your needs and how we might be able to work with you to find solutions.
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