The BOBCAT Network’s work in Adams County led to the securing of major grant support for a new industrial park in the county. That achievement began with the Voinovich School’s performance of a Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats (SWOT) analysis which found a major economic development weakness in Adams County was the absence of “shovel ready” industrial sites. Further engagement by Ohio University, OVRDC, and Scurti Consulting (e.g., the recovery coordinator) with numerous public and private sector leaders identified further priorities in natural gas and broadband availability to be addressed in a prospective industrial park. These discussions culminated in an Industrial Park Demand and Financial Analysis feasibility study that both validated the concept and coalesced community support for the plan, leading to a $4.2M grant from JobsOhio to support the Winchester Industrial Park. Located near the Village of Winchester, this site is located along SR 32 and Graces Run Rd. It is near the rail line that passes through northern Adams County, and it also located in the County’s Opportunity Zone.