Economic Development Organizations

Grundy Economic Development Council (GEDC)

Serving Grundy County since 1994, the Grundy Economic Development Council (GEDC) is a not-for-profit organization that fosters partnerships between business, labor, community and education sectors. Working with these local entities, the GEDC strives to produce a strong and successful business environment in Grundy County. When investors, site selectors, and industry leaders are looking to locate or expand their business, the GEDC serves as the primary resource for information, including available property listings, incentives and demographics.

More information on the Grundy Economic Development Council can be found on its website (link).

Will County Center for Economic Development (CED)

Since 1981 the CED has provided businesses and local government with programs and services resulting in a more diversified Will County. As the only Countywide economic development organization, businesses benefit from a “one-stop shop” service delivery approach.

We serve as the primary point of contact to those seeking information on available sites and buildings, population and labor force statistics, business assistance and incentives programs, local government entitlements and major new developments in Will County.

We are responsive to the specific need of the companies and clients we work with and mindful of the “speed to market” track most projects follow. Our strong working relationships with local government allow us to provide expert guidance to our clients.

More information on the Will County Center for Economic Development can be found on its website (link).