Guin is in the heart of a transportation system of interstates, national highways, airports, railways and the Tenn-Tom and Tennessee River ports for both national and international commerce. Guin offers a prime location, a highly skilled workforce, and a competitive cost structure.
The Industrial Development Board’s mission is to support the City of Guin’s economic development program to assist in the retention and recruitment of diversified industries and commercial development. The City of Guin, an Alabama Community of Excellence, is strategically located in northwest Alabama, along the new Interstate 22 (formerly Corridor X) which connects the major metropolitan cities of Memphis, Tennessee and Birmingham, Alabama.
The City of Guin and the Industrial Development Board are eager to satisfy all of your development needs! The City owns advantage sites and properties along I-22 that are ready to be developed for your industrial or commercial development venture. Both commercial and industrial buildings and sites are also available in downtown Guin.
The Industrial Development Board's goal is to support the City of Guin's economic development program that will result in the retention and recruitment of diversified industries and commercial development. The City of Guin and the Industrial Development Board are eager to work for you!
For further information regarding industrial
and/or commercial development contact:
PO Box 249
Guin, AL 35563
Current Manufacturers in Guin:
Deer Valley Homebuilders, Inc.
I-22 Industrial Park
The City of Guin’s Industrial Site consists of 253 acres that is city owned and is designated as an advantage site. Additional acres are available to be added to this site to make a mega site of up to 1300 acres. Railroad access can also be added to this site through Burlington Northern Railroad based on the size of the project. It is located right off Interstate 22 Exit 26. The city has the ability to work with industrial partners to meet each company’s specific needs.
General Site Data
Topography: Slight Rolling
Phase 1 Environmental: Yes
Preliminary Geotechnical Report: Yes
Preliminary Wetlands Assessment: Yes
Cultural/Historical Resources Review: Yes
Ecological Review: Yes
Protective Covenants: Yes
Zoning: Heavy Industry for the Industrial Park