Many communities claim to be friendly to companies, but few can equal the proven evidence you’ll find in Findlay and Hancock County. We share the State of Ohio’s commitment to strengthening our economy by attracting quality businesses and helping them obtain the resources they need to grow and prosper. And, because our communities are politically stable, companies don’t have to worry about changes in that philosophy regarding low taxes and generous incentives.
In conjunction with the State of Ohio, Findlay and Hancock County offer incentive programs to help businesses establish operations here, along with other incentives that make it easier for companies to grow. For example, Findlay is designated as a Community Reinvestment Area, allowing businesses that renovate existing buildings or construct new ones to receive 100 percent real property tax exemptions up to 10 years based on the investment amount. The Blanchard Valley Port Authority can take that even further by exempting qualifying companies from state and local sales tax. And, if your workers need new skills to help you stay competitive, you’ll appreciate the workforce training grants available through Hancock County and the State of Ohio.
What incentives are available to your business? The best way to find out is to talk with us. Once we better understand your objectives, we’ll go to work to identify the incentives that will best meet your needs and give you solid reasons to bring your business to Findlay and Hancock County, Ohio.
It’s also important to know that Hancock County receives benefits as a Foreign Trade Zone (#151), providing substantial benefit to companies trading with other countries.