Family Dollar to build a combination Family Dollar-Dollar Tree store in Jackson

Construction is expected to begin in June, and the store is scheduled to open in February 2023.

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JACKSON — The Jackson Economic Development Corporation has announced that Dollar Tree, Inc., will open a new 10,500 square-foot Family Dollar and Dollar Tree combination store in Jackson.

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The business will be at the intersection of Highway 71 and Industrial Parkway, and is expected to open in February 2023.

This store will be the third new project started in the Jackson Crossroads Park in less than a year. The LaCanne Celebration of Life Center is expected to open early in summer, and the JEDC’s new retail center, with Cabin Coffee and Subway, is expected to open in early fall.

“Our goal at JEDC is to promote economic growth in Jackson, and this is a perfect example of how that plan is coming to fruition,” said JEDC President Scott Reimer. “We appreciate the interest in our area and we hope others take note, and decide to be part of our success.”

Jackson City Administrator Matt Skaret praised the announcement too.


“We are excited about the new combo Family Dollar/Dollar Tree store that will be coming," he said. "The new store will provide an enhanced shopping experience that will better serve Jackson residents and those who commute to town for work in a convenient location, keep more people from having to go out of town to shop, and draw people to town who might otherwise have gone to other communities for their shopping.”

Family Dollar expects to begin construction on the site in June.

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