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The Town of Algoma welcomes new businesses to locate in the town. The Town’s focus is on attracting small retailers, commercial businesses, service providers, along with some housing. There are several parcels of land for sale throughout Algoma. Many of the parcels that are for sale are located along Omro Road and STH 21. Along with several smaller properties, there are two larger parcels of land for sale in the Town of Algoma that offer opportunities for mixed-use development, including recreational, business, and housing.

Quarry Leonard Point Rd (PDF)
Omro Road and STH 21 (PDF)

To ensure each request for information on a building or parcel of land in Algoma is handled appropriately, the Town seeks assistance from the Oshkosh Area Chamber of Commerce and Greater Oshkosh Economic Development Corporation. Both organizations manage a wide-range of business development tools. Their staff will work with each person who inquires about establishing a business in Algoma to ensure they have all of the information and resources necessary to make a educated decision on their future business plans.

Quarry on Leonard Point Road

Photos by NAI Pfefferle, August 21st 2020

Retail MarketPlace Profile (Source: 2017 ESRI)

The Town of Algoma relies on neighboring communities to provide most of the basic services needed by Town residents. This local void in services is a strong selling point for prospective business wanting to located within the Town. The Town’s Comprehensive Plan has designated the STH-21 corridor and the immediate area surrounding the STH-21 and Leonard Point Road intersection as priority growth areas. The graphic below illustrates the number of individuals residing within certain areas within these priority development areas. A 2017 Retail MarketPlace Profile was produced for Algoma. A summary of the findings can be viewed below.

Retail MarketPlace Profile (PDF)

Town of Algoma map marketplace ring

Resources and Partners

The Town has a proven track record of strong public-private relationships that have been vital in building a strong, vibrant, and sustainable community. The Town’s relationship with the local and state economic development organizations helps ensure that businesses seeking a location within the Town have all the tools and resources necessary to be successful. Algoma’s low tax rate, safe neighborhoods, high quality of life, strong personal incomes, and a wide variety of existing amenities make it a desirable location for all generations, as well as retail and commercial businesses. The Town, along with its many partners, are committed to pursuing future quality economic and residential development opportunities to keep the Town growing in an organized and efficient manner.