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It is my pleasure to Welcome you to the Eastern Ohio Development Alliance web site.  EODA is a nonpartisan organization that promotes the Economic Development of our sixteen county regions.  Working together as a team has reinforced us as an organization which ultimately benefits and strengthens the State of Ohio.  We are strategically located in Ohio affording us exceptional access to a variety of modes of transportation such as interstate highway, rail, waterways and international airports.  The EODA region has a diversified business community that allows for a stable economy and great potential for future growth of existing and or startup business while complementing one another by being customers and suppliers.  We are also very fortunate to have a workforce that is prolific in management skills as well as specific skilled labor.  It is my pleasure to be part of such a progressive organization that invests in the future of our collective communities by the sharing of resources and wor

Nov 17 2017 10:00

Friday, November 17, 2017

Salt Fork Lodge and Conference Center

10:00 a.m.

Utica Shale Region Real Estate


To view all the properties in an interacitve online map, please visit the Utica Shale Real Estate Online GIS Viewer.


EODA is the regional clearinghouse for Utica Shale activities within its 16 county region.  Please feel free to contact EODA by phone or email to discuss any needs your company may have related to the development of Utica Shale in Ohio.


Please check back regularly as additional information will be added as it becomes available.

EODA Education and Technology Resources

Broadband Expansion in Eastern Ohio:

Ohio Middle Mile Consortium (OMMC) partners Com Net, Inc., Horizon Telcom, OneCommunity and OARnet formed a public-private partnership to create a comprehensive statewide plan to expand broadband infrastructure to the underserved and unserved areas of the state. This plan focuses on community anchor institutions such as schools, hospitals, public safety and local governments to ensure the development of an affordable and sustainable broadband program.

"Green" legislation