Orange County Board of Supervisors Adopt Incentive Policy
On June 14, 2016, the Orange County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to adopt an Economic Development Incentive Policy. The nine (9) page document outlines state and local incentives available to businesses.
To complement and further enhance the opportunity of investment in Orange County, the Orange County Economic Development Authority now has available, eleven (11) performance-based incentives to offer entrepreneurs, existing businesses or businesses locating new operations in Orange County. The availability of these incentives offered by the Orange County Economic Development office will help streamline future investment inquiries for prospective business investors and further enhance the marketing potential for Orange County as a place to do business.
Tommy Miller, Economic Development Director states, “Our office is excited to have such a comprehensive list of incentives available to our local entrepreneurs, existing businesses and companies looking to locate in Orange County. This is a great new tool for our department and we look forward to utilizing these incentives for future investment in our community.”