We plan and implement strategies for the controlled growth of Roane County’s economy as a unified voice representing the best Tennessee has to offer businesses, citizens and travelers.Visit Site
We bring growth-oriented businesses with strong ﬁscal discipline, infrastructure and workforce-ready people to East Tennessee.Visit Site
We attract travelers who seek unique heritage and the best outdoor recreational experiences to Roane County.Visit Site
We connect leaders and organizations for the beneﬁt of local and regional business growth.Visit Site
We empower leaders, parents and students to invest in education, so they are better prepared to fulﬁll the workforce opportunities of Roane County’s future.Visit Site
We offer natural beauty, historic charm and low-cost living, distinguishing Roane County as one of the best retirement destinations in the nation.Visit Site
As home to Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Carbon Fiber Technology Facility, Roane County is leading the charge in advanced composites manufacturing. Roane County stands ready to provide a site for other composites manufacturers looking for a close working relationship with ORNL researchers. We literally have a site for projects of any size and need.
With close working partners Tennessee Valley Authority and Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development, The U.S. Department of Energy, the City of Oak Ridge, and the Community Reuse Organization of East Tennessee, there isn't an obstacle that cannot be overcome to make Roane County, TN the perfect place to locate your future. Companies are finding locations primed for success in Roane County’s business parks and surrounding areas.
Roane Regional Business and Technology Park is one of Roane County's newest industrial parks and serves as home to 5 distribution centers. It is located in East Roane County with a dedicated interchange, Exit 362, on Interstate 40. Volkswagen Group of America and the H.T. Hackney Company anchor the park with over 800,000 square feet of distribution operations. Other industries also already in operation in the park include:
In Roane County, new manufacturing techniques are developing rapidly—such as in the Advanced Manufacturing Program at ORNL, where Local Motors partnered with ORNL to print the world’s first 3-D printed car.