The Morrison Area Development Corporation (MADC) in Morrison, IL is a non-profit, volunteer organization established to promote and coordinate economic growth and economic development in all areas of the City. The ultimate goal of the MADC is to maintain and enhance the quality of life enjoyed by all Morrison, IL residents.
MADC will assist organizations in their pursuit of local development efforts, and direct efforts including facilitating community cooperation, and guiding initiatives such as housing, and business development and retention. Contact us at (815) 772-3757 or visit our office at 221 W. Main Street, Morrison, IL.
The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) will hold an 0pen-house format, public informational meeting on U.S. 30 from Illinois 136 east of Fulton to Illinois 40 in Rock Falls. At the meeting, IDOT will present new information on the U.S. 30 study. All interested parties are invited to attend and participate any time between 4 and 7 p.m. NO FORMAL PRESENTATION WILL BE GIVEN. IDOT perso[Read More]
For years, the Morrison Area Development Corporation (MADC) has focused on securing business entities in their Industrial Park located on the south edge of Morrison. Most recently the efforts were to secure a permanent occupant for the abandoned Altronics facility. This 10,000-square foot industrial facility recently became the national headquarters for The City Rebar, Inc. The City Rebar Inc[Read More]
On October 7, people across the country will celebrate Manufacturing Day and all the contributions manufacturers make to our communities and our local economies. With 12 million people - or one in ten American workers - employed in manufacturing jobs across the country, odds are you or your family members know someone working in the industry. Manufacturing has offered a pathway to a [Read More]
The Morrison Area Development Corporation (MADC) is continuing the work they began last fall with working more closely with local businesses and trying to help business locate in Morrison. The group is hosting a contest for entrepreneurs and business owners. The “What’s Your Big Idea” contest will end next February and is formatted along the ideas of the popular television show “Shark Ta[Read More]
Betty Steinert, formerly the head of Whiteside County Economic Development and Administrator of the Whiteside-Carroll Enterprise Zone has recently been named to the newly created Illinois Business and Economic Development Corp. The new, nonprofit board will focus on economic development and is designed as a tool to help make Illinois more competitive in terms of job creation and business develo[Read More]