Welcome to the Killeen Economic Development Corporation
KEDC's mission is to promote the development of commercial, industrial and manufacturing enterprises to promote and encourage employment and the public welfare. Members of KEDC are also charged with the responsibility of working closely with the Killeen Industrial Foundation and the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce
Killeen, TX is located on US Highway 190/Interstate 14 in the heart of the Grand Central Texas Region. Interstate 14 is a six-lane divided Interstate that connects the east side of Copperas Cove to Interstate 35, a NAFTA corridor from Mexico to Canada. The designation of Interstate 14 is part of an overall transportation plan to connect "Forts to Ports". The continued development of I14 will connect military installations to US Ports to improve the mobility of military equipment during deploymentsLearn More
The Texas Transportation Commission voted January 26, 2017 to give final approval to designation of 25 miles of us 190 freeway in Bell County as Interstate 14 (i-14). This is the first segment of I-14 to be designated in Texas,…
Officials confirmed in a recent State of the County address from Tuesday afternoon, the population in Killeen and Bell County as a whole will only continue to boom.
Texas A&M University-Central Texas has received a $1.5 million grant from the Texas A&M University System and the Chancellor’s Research Initiative (CRI) to bring an aspiring young researcher, Dr. Taylor Harvey, to its Killeen campus to engage in..