Ohio Tops Site Selection’s Top Micropolitan Communities

Site Selection Magazine has highlighted Ohio as the top state in the nation in its recent Top Micropolitan communities listing, published in March. Ohio communities Recognized in the listing are Findlay (ranked #1 nationally), Greenville, Defiance, Wooster, Chillicothe, Tiffin, Bucyrus-Galion, Fremont, New Philadelphus-Dover, Sandusky, Jackson, Van Wert, Norwalk, Salem and Point Pleasant. Five Ohio communities ranked in the Top 10 nationally.

Toledo Offers Vibrancy Initiative Grant Program

The City of Toledo has announced its vibrancy Initiative, which uses a comprehensive approach to revitalization that addresses building exteriors and vacant first-floor commercial interiors. It is designed to enhance the city’s vitality by supporting revitalization efforts that create jobs, reduce blight, and preserve and improve buildings.

Montrose Group Sponsors Development Opportunity Forum 2024

The Montrose Group will bring together 200 leading commercial real estate brokers, CEOs, HR, real estate, and financial corporate leaders, construction, economic development, and engineering leaders targeting attendees from the Great Lakes States for a day-long forum on May 21, 2024 at the Grand Events Center in Grandview Ohio.)

RFP – Economic Recovery & Resiliency Strategic Action Plan Proposals – Ashtabula County Port Authority

ACPA Economic Recovery & Resiliency Strategic Action Plan will include a comprehensive assessment of the economic competitiveness of Ashtabula County and a required action plan to ensure equitable investment in the region going forward. The Strategic Action Plan will supplement and build on the Eastgate regional CEDS by providing a more detailed analysis of issues specific unique characteristics of Ashtabula County based on its rural Great Lakes location centered between the Cleveland-Elyria, OH, Youngstown-Warren, OH-PA, and Erie, PA metropolitan areas with influences from each adjacent market.

Development Specialist – City of Fairfield

The City of Fairfield, Ohio, a well-established, progressive city located just north of Cincinnati, is seeking applicants for the position of Development Specialist. Fairfield has a robust and diversified business community of more than 1,200 businesses. The city is looking to enhance economic development and redevelopment through the creation of this new position. The successful candidate will assist the city in supporting new and existing businesses, revitalizing commercial districts and underutilized sites, seeking outside funding sources to improve community infrastructure and amenities, and communicating information to the community and prospective employers.