Economic development overview
Clark County's economic development program helps businesses locate and grow in the region. We can help you find land and buildings, learn about development incentives, and connect with resources to start a new business, expand your existing business, or move to Clark County.
County professionals provide efficient, transparent development services to make your business expansion or relocation more affordable and predictable. Clark County has a demonstrated commitment to investing in vital infrastructure to develop the local economy, including transportation facilities such as roadways and railways.
Clark County also works closely with agencies and jurisdictions on issues of development readiness and workforce preparedness. With these partners, we are here to help meet your business development and growth needs.
Like many jurisdictions, our economic development team is comprised of specialists in land use, public works, environment, law and finance. This makes for lively debate and multiple options for solving policy and technical problems. Our experience is broad and deep. The staff is pragmatic and results-oriented.
Whom to contact
Clean Water Program Manager Dean Boening
Interim County Manager Jim Rumpeltes