Suwannee County is committed to Business Development
In Suwannee County, Florida, we have created a comprehensive and desirable pro-business climate with so much to offer in our region. Suwannee County, Florida, is home to one of Florida’s most diverse Agri-business communities ranging from one of the country’s leading environmentally friendly sawmills to poultry production and sales, crop production and distribution. There are many small boutique businesses, retirement and medical services as well as varied professional and financial services. Our assets include close proximity to Interstate Highways 1-10 and 1-75, an established rail system, developed infrastructure, available and affordable land costs. READ MORE
The owners and employees of Live Oak Pest Control live and work in Suwannee County. We want to be a part of a thriving community not only for our business but also for our families. Live Oak Pest Control has provided jobs in Suwannee County for over 40 years and continues to provide dependable jobs for 36 citizens in this community. We strongly believe in supporting other local businesses and encourage our employees to do the same. Our business purchases locally and has built strong relationships with local vendors through many years of mutual service. We encourage employees to participate in community activities through their child's school, their church or a civic group. Live Oak Pest Control has certainly demonstrated their belief in community service through the many sponsorships of academic teams, athletic teams and events, political and community fundraisers, too numerous to list. More importantly, the McGranahan family has given of their time for numerous community activities and boards.
The Suwannee River Wilderness Trail
Conceived as an ecotourism destination, the trail enables exploration of the area by canoe or kayak, while providing an economic boost to surrounding rural communities. READ MORE
Every year, the first weekend of December, Live Oak hosts Christmas on the Square. This year we will celebrate our 30th year with “A Down Home Christmas.” The festivities begin on Friday night with The Jingle Bell Fun Run/Walk through downtown Live Oak ending at the historic Train Depot which hosts an evening filled with great food, live music, dancing and fireworks. Early Saturday morning downtown Live Oak is filled with arts and crafts vendors, dozens of different food vendors, a car show, an agriculture exhibit and live entertainment at Millennium Park.