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Resources and Incentives
Enterprise Zones are designated areas of land in which businesses can receive tax incentives in the form of tax exemptions on eligible new investments. Only those businesses that are qualified by financial responsibility and business experience to create and preserve jobs within the zone may apply for local tax incentives.  The types of eligible businesses are determined by the community through its policy guidelines.  Substantial investment in either real or personal property is required.

Economic Development/Government Equity (ED/GE Program)   Montgomery County’s ED/GE program is targeted for companies that are going to create/retain jobs in Montgomery County.  Jurisdictions apply on behalf of companies to a 15 member private/public sector committee.  Grant eligibility requires that improvements  remain permanent (e.g. power upgrades, plumbing, parking, etc.) Eligible activities would include land acquisition, site improvements, infrastructure and permanent real property improvements.

CountyCorp was founded as the private non-profit development corporation for Montgomery County, Ohio. Over time our role has changed due to the needs of our greater community. Our mission today is to improve the quality of life for residents of Montgomery and neighboring counties through improved housing and economic development opportunities. For more information contact County Corp at 937-225-6327 or log on to for more information.

Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program
Montgomery County receives CDBG funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development with the goals of promoting community growth, including economic development. CDBG funds may be used for acquisition of land and buildings as well as for design, engineering, permits and construction costs. Funds may also be used for related project costs such as property appraisal, property surveys, closing costs, legal fees, demolition, hazardous materials abatement, landscaping, project management and relocation assistance for households or businesses displaced temporarily or permanently by a CDBG-assisted project.

Ohio Means Jobs: Montgomery County is the nation’s largest One Stop Workforce Center under one roof.  It serves as the single point-of-contact for Dayton area employers to meet their workforce needs. Oho Means Jobs: Montgomery County has been nationally and internationally recognized for its innovation and collaboration on workforce development issues. The eight and half acre facility serves more than five hundred thousand (500,000) customers a year. For more information please contact The Job Center at 937-496-6720 or log on to

Resources for Investing in Ohio's Future Developed by the Ohio Department of Development.