I-59 South Industrial Site

Dacetown Rd & Highway 11 S

Ellisville, Mississippi 39437


The I-59 Industrial Site is 330+/- acres adjacent to Highway 11 in Ellisville, MS. Site has dual feed electrical service provided by Mississippi Power Company on the north portion and Dixie Electric Power Association on the South. Norfolk Southern Railroad mainline serves the site. Jones County Junior College's Advanced Training Center is in the adjacent Technology Park. The University of Southern Mississippi's Polymer Science Institute is only minutes south of the site, and countless amenities are offered in nearby Laurel and Hattiesburg Metro Area.



330 Total Acres

Property Type



Publicly Owned


Adjacent to Site

Site Information

  • Total Acres: 330
  • Ownership: Publicly Owned
  • Zoning: Industrial
  • Previous Use: Industrial/Agriculture
  • Topography: Flat to Gentle Slope
  • Flood Plain: No 
  • Reports & Surveys Available: Phase 1 Environmental, Endangered Species Review, Cultural Resources Report, Geotechnical Report, Wetlands Survey
  • Advantages: Dual Electric Service Providers, Rail Access - Norfolk Southern, Close Proximity to Interstate 59, Local Funds Available for Site Prep or other Project Needs


  • Interstate Name: I-59 (2 miles)
  • Highway Name: US Hwy 11 (0.01 miles); MS Hwy 590 (1 mile)
  • Airports: Hattiesburg-Laurel Regional Airport ((PIB) 9 miles)
  • Port: Port of Gulfport (90 miles)
  • Rail: Norfolk Southern Railroad (0.01 mile)


  • Electric Provider: Cooperative Energy/Dixie Electric & Mississippi Power
  • Transmission Voltage: 69kV
  • Natural Gas Provider: CenterPoint Energy
  • Gas Main Size: 6 inch
  • Gas Pressure: 60 psi
  • Water Provider: City of Ellisville
  • Water Main Size: 12 inch 
  • Water System Capacity: 1.5 MGD
  • Excess Water Capacity: 500,000 GD
  • Sewer Provider: City of Ellisville
  • Sewer Main Size: 10 inch
  • Sewer System Capacity: 980,000 GD
  • Excess Wastewater Capacity: 300,000 GD
  • Telecommunications Provider: AT&T (DSL & Fiber Available)


Ross Tucker
Economic Development Authority of Jones County

Mitch Stringer
Cooperative Energy