Welcome to

Jefferson City!


Smart organizations know value – value in location, environment, and workforce – drives success and profitability. That value-producing combination is what Jefferson City delivers better than other metros.


Jefferson City, located on the banks of the Missouri River, was voted “Most Beautiful Small Town in America” by Rand McNally. The city offers a vibrant market for job growth, with a low cost of living, and high quality of life. 


Jefferson City offers you big advantages, with a strategic central location, market access and the workforce you are looking for.

"There are many reasons DeLong’s, Inc. enjoys operating in the Jefferson City region, including but not limited to the following: central location in the United States, proximity to major highways with the ability to have rail spur access, low cost of living, great place to live and work with a wonderful community, and many genuine people with a strong work ethic."

-- Kelsey DeLong, Co-Owner and Co-Chief Operating Officer, DeLong’s, Inc.

Heart of Missouri

Located in the heart of Missouri, Jefferson City has a population of 44,170 with the metro population of more than 155,000 including four counties: Callaway, Cole, Moniteau and Osage Counties. With a cost of living index of 89%, well below the national average, Jefferson City residents and businesses enjoy a comfortable lifestyle with the opportunity to invest in the future.


Strategically located near the geographic and population centers of the country, the region offers a robust transportation infrastructure and a major trade. Jefferson City provides a great location to spread your wings, while still having easy access to large metros, such as Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago and Detroit.


Jefferson City is located in nearly the geographic center of the U.S. This means that whether businesses are coming to you, or your team is on the road, you can reach nearly any city by air in 5 hours or less.

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Population (2020)


“America’s Most Beautiful Small Town!”

by Rand McNally