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Economic Development Bootcamp

The GEDC will be hosting an Economic Development Bootcamp on Thursday, April 27th.  Experts will be on hand to talk about what it takes to be successful in economic development.

Think like a Developer – 
Darcie Fankhauser, Ridge Development
Don’t Forget the Utilities –
Jeff Adducci, AT&T, John McCann, ComEd, Joe DelReal, Nicor
Using Incentives Wisely –
Jeff Torricelli, Torricelli Consulting

For more information, contact the office.

Legislative Breakfast

The GEDC annual Legislative Breakfast will be on Monday May 8th at Chapin’s East in Minooka.  Congressman Adam Kinzinger, State Senators Toi Hutchinson and Sue Rezin, and State Representatives Lindsay Parkhurst and David Welter have all agreed to participate.  Invitations for the event will be sent out soon.  For more information contact the office.

WELCOME TO GRUNDY COUNTY, ILLINOIS!

 

Situated just 45 minutes southwest of Chicago, with Interstate 80 and Interstate 55 access, we’ve got the perfect spot for your expanding business. Our regional airport, Illinois river ports and 4 Class I Railroads all make Grundy County the ideal location. We’re just minutes from BNSF & UP Intermodals.

Site selectors, investors and industry leaders look to Grundy County for their growing business. Our location, demographics, and incentives are all what make Grundy County, Illinois situated perfectly for success.

GRUNDY COUNTY, ILLINOIS — A Successful Location for Business and Industry!

FEATURED SITES

The GEDC maintains an inventory of available properties in Grundy County for industrial and commercial development.

INCENTIVES

Several programs are available through the State of Illinois’ Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity. Click here.

DEMOGRAPHICS

To find out more about Grundy County Illinois’ rising population data,economic data, and more click here.

WORKFORCE

Grundy County’s workforce is motivated, experienced, and highly skilled with a labor pool of nearly 800,000 people.

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