Maryville is a progressive community located in northwest Missouri and is centered between Kansas City, Missouri; Omaha, Nebraska; and Des Moines Iowa; providing local residents easy access to all the cultural and entertainment opportunities each metro provides. Nodaway County’s population is 22,009 with approximately 14,400 in Maryville proper. Maryville is the regional center in northwest Missouri for employment, education, healthcare and commerce.
Our community is on the move with multiple industrial expansions recently announced as well as a growing retail segment. In 2015 Maryville boasted over $75 million in commercial and industrial investment and the creation of over 200 jobs. In addition, Maryville was named as one of the top ten performing Micropolitans in the nation by Site Selection Magazine.
Along with a robust business environment Maryville provides extensive recreational opportunities which include two municipal owned golf courses including a 9-hole executive course designed by Tom Watson. Maryville’s Lake Mozingo plays host to multiple fishing tournaments and is named one of the best Bass Lakes in the United States.
Close proximity to Interstates 29 and 35 provides our businesses with great north-south market access; while Interstates 70 and 80 provide viable east-west market access. We are 40 minutes from the Saint Joseph, MO river port and 70 minutes from the Kansas City airport; providing strong access to international markets via water or air.Northwest Missouri State University (Northwest) and its 6,800 students make their home in Maryville. Northwest through the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE), hosts a business incubator and provides contract chemical analytic services and access to an extensive instrumentation lab. Customized technical training is provided through the Northwest Technical School.
Maryville boasts one of the few locally owned and operated fiber networks in the nation. United Fiber delivers companies with a 100% fiber network with bandwidths of up to 10 GBs and redundant connectivity.