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As residents of Labette County, we hope you recognize - like we do - that Labette County provides many of the advantages of living in small-town America.  Our region ranks high in terms of the quality of our schools, excellent facilities for medical care, and an optimal place to raise a family. 
 
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Labette County can be summed up in a single phrase - quality of life.  The region has abundant outdoor recreational opportunities associated with the Neosho River and Big Hill Lake -- as well as the Big Hill and Harmone State Wildlife Areas -- providing residents with a wide range of opportunities for fishing, hiking, hunting, swimming and biking.  The County is also home to four golf courses, numerous city and county parks and has a wide range of recreational sports programs for children.

Doing business in Labette County makes sense.  The County has an established, well-trained workforce.  Productivity for workers is strong, while wage rates are reasonable. 

The County has an excellent business climate and aggressively supports employers and the business community.  Whether a business needs training, facilities or assistance in relocating to the County, the County's political leadership and economic development professionals stand ready to assist. 


Labette County is divided into 16 townships.  The cities of Chetopa, Oswego, and Parsons are considered governmentally independent.