From the street, Clay County looks much like most rural mid-west communities with excellent schools, exceptional health care, safe environment, and hard-working people. But behind the scenes we are so much more. Clay County is located on the western edge of the Flint Hills and the eastern edge of the High Plains and contains part of Milford Lake, the largest lake in Kansas. Clay County has many assets for businesses including: fully redundant, 100% buried, diverse fiber optic routes, fiber-to-the-premise, and the ability to reach businesses with up to 1Gbps; new 115 kV transmission line and 70% of the transformers and distribution system has been rebuilt since 2008; electricity price is locally controlled by tariff rather than by state regulation and is negotiable for large industrial customers; reverse osmosis (RO) water; and we are within 40 miles of the new NBAF facility in Manhattan and the $19 billion dollar animal health corridor. Check us out. We’re sure we’ll surprise you.