Huber Heights establishing incentive programs to bolster economic growth

Officials in Huber Heights are “establishing several new programs as part of an economic and workforce development strategy” with the mission to ensure the city continues to grow its economy, the Dayton Business Journal reports. The programs include a tuition subsidy for residents working to obtain degrees in certain specialized fields, a façade improvement program for older properties, and a rent guarantee program, according to the article.  Additionally, a local income tax rebate “would benefit Huber Heights residents, current business owners and potential business owners who may be looking to establish operations here.” Jason Foster, the city’s economic development coordinator, “said the goal with all these programs is to bolster the economic vibrancy and quality of life in Huber Heights.” For more, read the full article.

Economic Development, Financial Incentives, State Updates