|Asset Type||Mixed use|
|Trade Type||Sale & Lease|
|SQ. FT. Available||100,000|
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In the heart of Sacramento Valley is Colusa Industrial Properties (CIP), Northern California’s Premier AgriBusiness Industrial Park. The CIP Park is conveniently located adjacent to the Colusa County Airport and the Colusa Golf & Country Club is directly north of the park. Located off Highway 20, just 7 miles east of Interstate 5.
Colusa Business Park was established with the idea of providing locals with a high quality business park, offering diversified agribusiness services including, land leasing and sales, build to suit, building leasing, project management, residential development, food processing, farming, communications, and wastewater treatment consultations.
The Industrial Park was founded more than 50 years ago by Lee Otterson. Still owned and operated by the Otterson Family, Colusa Industrial Properties (CIP) was established with, and remains committed to quality , community, partnership and our environment.
The growing number of businesses relocating or building new facilities at CIP is a testament to the valued service philosophy and progressive management at the Industrial Park. CIP believes that its tenants are its partners and strives to make a significant contribution to each tenant’s daily success.
Infrastructure on the Park includes a state of the art domestic water system and backup fire system. The park’s licensed wastewater system and ponds include 650 acres for process wastewater application. These facilities are located to the south end of the Park providing easy access for industrial users.
In addition to recycling all industrial process wastewater, in 2007 a solar farm was established on the Park. The farm supplies electricity to Colusa Rice Company. The 278 KW, state of the art PV system supplies approximately 50 percent of Colusa Rice Company’s electric needs. Future development plans include additional large solar projects on the Industrial Park.