Thank you for your interest in learning more about the many opportunities available to your business or development initiative here in Wyoming County. On the following pages you will find a wealth of information about Wyoming County and what it has to offer your business. Our goal is to make our hometown in the mountains of Southern West Virginia your hometown.
Low cost of commercial structures for both sale and lease located within 500 miles of 60% of US population..
State resources available to help with business development based on number of jobs and amount of investment.
New highway being built in Wyoming County that will connect to I-64 and I-77. We also have two regional airports located nearby.
A proactive EDA that will work with you to bring all of these resources together to ensure the highest possible return on your investment.
A proactive EDA that will work with you to bring all of these resources together to ensure the highest possible return on your investment. For more information, visit the Opportunity Zone.
The Wyoming County EDA has been working together with surrounding counties’ business needs since 2001. The Wyoming County EDA has lent over $9 million to our West Virginia neighbors.
During the economic slowdown and resulting credit crunch, the Wyoming County EDA recognized a need to fill the lending gap throughout West Virginia. Without access to lower cost capital even successful businesses are at risk. So, the Wyoming County EDA has expanded their lending programs to include all West Virginia businesses.In addition to a lot of sound reasons to consider moving your business to Wyoming County, there are also many quality of life reasons to want to live in Wyoming County. To name just a few, Wyoming County has top rated schools, hunting and fishing right outside your front door, beautiful mountains and streams, and a friendly small town America feel that most people can only dream about.
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So far, we have helped secure 36 loans totaling $579,000 to businesses through the Appalachian Regional Commission COVID-19 Emergency Relief Loan Fund Effort.
Find out what’s going on in Wyoming County. You can see this post and more over on our events page.