Find 18250 economic development agencies, departments and corporations. Economic development agencies provide information on resources for economic growth through the expansion of local businesses and by attracting new business and tourism.
Carbon County Economic Development 137 South Street Lehighton PA 18235 7.1 miles from 18250 570-325-2810
Hazleton Economic Development 40 North Church Street Hazleton PA 18201 11.3 miles from 18250 570-459-4947
Pottsville Economic Development 401 North Centre Street Pottsville PA 17901 20.7 miles from 18250 570-628-4417
Schuylkill Haven Economic Development 17 East Main Street Schuylkill Haven PA 17972 21.8 miles from 18250 570-593-8272
Allentown Economic Development 718 Hamilton Street Allentown PA 18101 24.9 miles from 18250 610-435-8890
Bethlehem Economic Development 10 East Church Street Bethlehem PA 18018 28.4 miles from 18250 610-865-7056
Pittston Economic Development 1151 Oak Street Pittston PA 18640 33.6 miles from 18250 570-655-5581
Reading Economic Development 633 Court Street Reading PA 19601 34.0 miles from 18250 610-478-6341
Lebanon Valley Economic Development 16 Lebanon Valley Parkway Lebanon PA 17042 45.8 miles from 18250 717-274-3180
Collegeville Economic Development 476 East Main Street Collegeville PA 19426 48.5 miles from 18250 610-454-1050
A tax abatement is an agreement between a business and a taxing entity, such as a state, county, or local government, which provides a temporary tax reduction for a business that expands or makes physical improvements. Typically, the additional property taxes that would have been levied as a result of the business expansion or improvement are forgiven for a specified period of time. Businesses are sometimes offered tax abatements as a way to encourage expansion and investment.
An Economic Development Agency is an agency of the government staffed by professional employees who implement the programs and services of the agency. An Economic Development Commission usually refers to an appointed board that serves as an advisor on economic policy. Economic Development Commissions are common at the county and local levels of government.
Most Economic Development Agencies have a staff person or office to help prospective business owners to understand how to register their business and obtain any necessary licensing.