- June 1, 2020

Economic Development Services

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Mountain View County Economic Development works strategically with local business operators to assess risk areas, analyze barriers to business growth and apply solutions.

A healthy local economy starts with the businesses in place today. Their success means local jobs, expanded services and a reliable tax base to support the community, plus a thriving economy that attracts new investment in the future.

Business Development

Mountain View County Economic Development works with county businesses to generate projects, activities and resources that will build the local economy. 

This includes working one-on-one with new and expanding businesses.

  • Business welcome meetings: Meetings with prospective, new and expanding businesses to provide general county information and outline permit and license requirements.

  • Business referrals: Have a business-related question or concern? Call us and we'll help answer the question or refer you to a business resource organization.

Investment Attraction

Economic Development is a priority of Mountain View County, as seen by a few of council's strategic goals. In particular:

- Provide an environment in which traditional and new forms of agriculture along with innovative, value-added agricultural industry can thrive.


- Encourage diversification and business retention. 

Mountain View County Economic Development will help you to:

  • Choose the right site for your business 

  • Navigate the set-up process

  • Connect you to business resources, government agencies and industry associations that will help your company take root and flourish.

Resources & Information Services

Mountain View County Economic Development compiles research to support investment attraction, business development and economic development. However, there are also many organizations, programs and services to support business. Check with us first if you need a stat or information about Mountain View County. If you have business-related question but you aren't sure who to ask. We'll do our best to point you in the right direction.

Contact: Economic & Community Development Officer