108 East Main Street
P.O. Box 425
Casey, IL 62420
Halfway between St. Louis, Missouri and Indianapolis, Indiana on Interstate 70, Casey is a hub of agricultural and energy activity. With a landscape dotted with oilfields, many related businesses thrive in Casey. The historic National Road runs through the center of town, and many residents remember the original. Strong hometown roots keep and bring many residents back to a community of strong values demonstrated by the continued prosperity of over twenty churches in the community.
The business climate of Casey is much like the hospitality of its residents, open and accommodating. With several larger industries and many small businesses, business finds a stable and supporting environment in which to thrive. The City of Casey, the Chamber of Commerce and a dedicated economic development organization, Casey Industries, Inc. support the varied needs of the businesses of Casey.
For the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity Casey community profile, visit the Casey IL DCEO website.
For the LOIS community profile, visit Location One Information System (LOIS), a nationwide site-location database.
For printable synopsis of the community profile, please access the LOIS brochure.
Businesses in Casey have a strong commitment to the community. Congratulations to Bolin Enterprises, Inc. for having that commitment recognized by being awarded the 2010 East Central Illinois Development Corporation Business Ethics & Social Involvement Award! Read the story here!
Bolin Enterprises, Inc were awarded the East Central Illinois Development Corporation 2010 Business Ethics & Social Involvement Award at the 26th Annual Celebration and Recognition Awards Presentation held at the Thelma Keller Convention Center, Effingham, Illinois on Thursday, May 20, 2010 at 6:00 p.m.
Pictured from left to right: Illinois Senator Dale Righter, BEI President Judy Bolin, BEI Director Ed Bolin, Operations Supervisor Michael Bohannon, Vice President Jim Bolin, Mayor Scott Elkins
Photo courtesy of the East Central Ilinois Development Corporation