Business Recruitment – Broadband Development – Jobs
Where We Are Today
Three Lakes is reinventing its local economy from one that over the past 100 years relied nearly exclusively on tourism into a diversified infrastructure founded on the four cornerstones of technology, tourism, agriculture, and the cultural arts. Find out how the Eco-Dev Committee has been accomplishing that.
With our greatest natural resource being the largest chain of lakes in the state, tourism will always remain an important calling card for attracting visitors interested in water sport activities. However, we now also boast more high speed internet and broadband options than any other community our size. Nearly 90% of our residents have up to five choices of technology providers with speeds up to 12.0 Mbps and 4G service coming in 2012. Three Lakes truly is the anchor for technology in the Northwoods. Add to that a top-3 library and a top-10 school district, and you will understand why encourage visitors to “come to play, but maybe just stay”.
We understand you want a place to live where you can work with all the latest technology you need while still enjoying the highest quality of life with our pristine water, pure air, no traffic, non-existent crime, and close-knit community. Our activities and organizations appeal equally to the tastes of women and men alike. We are constantly and actively recruiting businesses that can provide jobs for our locals while attracting entrepreneurs and telecommuters who can work out of the home in our technology-ready high-speed town.
How May We Assist You?
If you require more information on relocating a business, available parcels and buildings, zoning, taxes, employment and job resources or any other aspect related to economic development, please click here and complete a request for more information contact form. One of our Economic Development personnel will follow up on your inquiry.