Why Saline County ?

Named after the region's salt mines, Saline County is a rural community in Mid-Missouri of approximately 23,000 people. Saline County proves to be a highly versatile, diverse, and friendly community. Whether you are looking for a quality education, a job, time away from your busy life, or a place for locating your business, you have come to the right place.

Reasons for choosing Saline County:

- Close proximity to major cities.

- Large labor basin.

- Plentiful resources for recreational activities locally and 
  within short driving distances to Truman Lake, Lake of the
  Ozarks and Branson.

- Centrally located between major universities,
  professional sports teams, and entertainment venues.


The following links give you a detailed overview
 of what Saline County stands for and has to offer.


PO Box 427

Marshall, MO 65340


Sandy Allison, Executive Director


Cell: 660-631-3371

Contact Info


   Marshall-Saline Development

             Mission Statement

MSDC's Mission is to strengthen

Saline County by supporting existing businesses and industry and recruiting new business and industry to Saline County



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