Eagle's Economic Development Department works to strategically support businesses, development, and economic growth in Eagle, and promotes the city as a innovative, knowledge-based community with a exorbitant quality of life.
Our office is the first point of contact for businesses and organizations looking to locate or grow their company in Eagle. We are able to provide economic data, customized reports and maps, information on tax and financial incentives, and further details regarding the City's business and development processes.
Our Economic Development Department provides free and confidential services to existing Eagle companies, and to new companies considering the City of Eagle as their location choice.
Our services include, but are not limited to:
- Assistance with permitting
- Assistance with workforce and recruitment training needs
- Business education
- Confidential and custom site location assistance
- Detailed, comprehensive site/building information
- Facilitation of state and local incentives
- Financial resources
- Introductions to professional service providers and partners
- Labor market analysis and demographics
- Meetings with community and business leaders
- Personal community and site tours
- Tailored market research
Resources for Businesses
Thinking about locating or growing your business in Eagle? Here's everything you need to know.
Resources for Brokers and Site Selectors
Do you represent clients looking to locate in Eagle? These resources will allow your clients to make an informed decision.
Resources for Developers
Do you have a development project in Eagle or are you looking for development opportunities? Click here for development information.
The utilization of economic development tools and resources help the City to diversify its tax base and maintain a high quality of life for residents. Beyond many traditional economic development roles, we also advocate for the company throughout the entire project life-cycle, from initial contact through move-in and beyond. We assess all aspects of a potential project and determine which local, state, federal and regional incentives may apply based upon the project's specifics.