Harrison County, Mississippi is an ideal place to relocate, expand or start your business. Centrally located on the Gulf of Mexico / Interstate 10 corridor between Alabama and Louisiana, our coastal region offers a dynamic, diversified economy and is a positive place to do business.
Of the six South Mississippi counties, Harrison County has the largest population and the greatest number of cities. It is bordered on the east by industrialized Jackson County, on the west by Hancock County and the John C. Stennis Space Center and to the north by primarily rural Stone County.
This strategic central position has been largely responsible for Harrison County’s diversity. Part of the Gulfport-Biloxi metropolitan statistical area, the county has a wide mix of businesses, from retail and manufacturing to pharmaceuticals and healthcare research, to composite technology and shipbuilding.
Harrison County is made up of five cities: Pass Christian, Long Beach, Gulfport, Biloxi and D’Iberville. Each city contributes its own industries, amenities and character to the area, and they all work together to make the MS Gulf Coast the best place to live and work.
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Mississippi Gulf Coast
The Mississippi Gulf Coast is comprised of six counties, three on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico and three to the north, making it the state’s second largest metropolitan area and includes both urban centers and rural areas. In fact, it has two Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSA): Gulfport-Biloxi (Hancock, Harrison and Stone counties) with a population of 248,965 and Pascagoula (Jackson and George counties) with 154,335 residents. In addition, there’s the Picayune MSA (Pearl River County) with a population of 52,659.
Diversity of lifestyles is one of the most striking characteristics of the Mississippi Gulf Coast region. The wide variety of industries and areas gives residents endless options and opportunities for places to work and live. From casinos to shipbuilders, from beachfront condominiums to traditional neighborhoods-the Mississippi Gulf Coast has it all!