Industrial Park

The Halstead Industrial Park shares a boundary with the City of Halstead, a community which is serious about improving the climate for economic development. The park was annexed into the city in the summer of 1997. A site plan is in place.

Quick Facts
  • 36 out of 70 total acres available
  • Fire rating is Class 5
  • Level terrain; not located in a floodway or flood plain
  • Located at Halstead and Second Street
  • Utilities:
    • Electrical: Westar (Western Resources)
    • Gas: City of Halstead
    • Sewer: City of Halstead
    • Water: City of Halstead
  • Zoned I-2 for heavy industrial uses
Available Lots
Lots are available to be purchased from the city. The city will negotiate terms with interested parties and will consider "in-kind" proposals where applicable. The price per acre is $5,000 with the exception of lot 3, block 2, which has rail access and is priced at $10,000 per acre. Call City Hall at 316-835-2286 for information on available lots and sizes.

Existing Companies
  • Already located at the site are the following:
  • E&V Motors
  • Farmers Coop Anhydrous Station
  • Forest Green Storage
  • Idaho Timber Corporation
  • Patrick Industries
  • Westar Substation
In 2006 Sem Materials finished construction of a new asphalt blending facility, which is located in the northeast corner of the park.

Utilities
All utilities are provided to the perimeter of the industrial park. The Westar substation, which is located at the site, guarantees ample electricity for most any industrial requirement. The city-operated natural gas utility provides service to the perimeter of the park and can be extended to any lot upon request. Water and sewer service is available to all lots.

Transportation Accessibility
Occupants of the industrial park may take advantage of excellent transportation accessibility.
  • The park has a rail spur, and paved roads are adjacent to the east and south.
  • The 13-mile stretch of the Halstead Road (formerly Harvey County Road 801), which is adjacent to the location on the east, was recently paved to its juncture with Kansas Highway 96, facilitating journeys to Wichita and Mid-Continent Airport.
  • The interior access road in the park consists of a 37-foot wide paved curb and gutter road.