Under the leadership of Assistant City Manager, the Elmhurst Economic Development team offers business incentives including Business Grant Incentives, TIF Districts, Sales Tax Incentives, and personalized site selection assistance. Whether you are a new business starting out, an existing business looking for a place to put down roots in Elmhurst, or an existing business planning to expand or downsize within the community, we are here to assist you. Our team will help you find the right location, navigate the permit and grant application processes, and discuss all Elmhurst has to offer you and your enterprise.
Elmhurst Strategic Plan for Economic Development
Founded in 1836, Elmhurst is a historic, tree-lined community with a wide variety of housing, offering those who live, work and do business here -- a vibrant mix of the past and the future. It enjoys thriving retail shopping centers and urban boutiques, excellent restaurants, a ten screen movie theatre, multiple automobile dealerships, and three business parks. Arts and culture abound with four distinct museums and an outstanding symphony orchestra. Steps from the downtown, Elmhurst University was named the 10th Best Regional University in the Midwest in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges rankings for 2016. Beyond the classroom, the University also offers personalized workforce development training through their Elmhurst Community Partners Program. Home to the Edward-Elmhurst Healthcare hospital facility and healthcare campus, Elmhurst is a Healthy-driven Community. The Elmhurst Public Library is continually recognized as one of the best in the state, and the nationally-recognized Elmhurst School District 205 and Elmhurst Park District have facilities throughout the city.
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