The Roswell-Chaves County region has an extremely diverse economy including agriculture, oil & gas, banking, tourism, and one of the largest commercial aviation industries in the Southwest. Roswell’s population benefits from Eastern New Mexico University - Roswell’s extensive Career and Technical Education programs designated for specialized training.

There are many benefits that set Roswell apart from other areas in the Southwest including abundant water, energy and infrastructure, especially when paired with low local utility rates. Roswell is also located at the gateway to the Permian Basin, which may become the world’s largest oil patch over the next decade. Output for the basin is hitting record highs of 3.18 million barrels a day and could be at 4 million barrels a day by 2023.

Transportation to and from Roswell is serviced by four lane highways in every direction, rail and commercial air service, there is direct access to Lubbock, El Paso, Albuquerque, Midland/Odessa and beyond.

The City of Roswell and Chaves County work together to ensure that doing business in the region is uncomplicated. Inspections and permitting steps are unburdensome with direct local help readily available and business incentive opportunities are available.


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