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NV Statewide Economic Development Agencies

Nevada Commission on Economic Development
Jerry Sandstrom
Deputy Director
555 East Washington Avenue, Suite 5400
Las Vegas, NV USA 89101
702-486-2700
jsandstrom@bizopp.state.nv.us
www.expand2nevada.com
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NV Utilities

NV Energy
Bradley E. Woodring
Economic Development Manager
6100 Neil Road
Reno, NV USA 89511
775-834-5742
bwoodring@nvenergy.com
nvenergy.com/economicdevelopment
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NV Regional Economic Development Agencies

Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada (EDAWN)
Chuck Alvey, CEcD
President & CEO
201 West Liberty Street, Suite 200
Reno, NV USA 89501
775-829-3700
alvey@edawn.org
www.edawn.org
Northern Nevada Development Authority
Ron Weisinger
Executive Director
704 West Nye Lane, Suite 201
Carson City, NV USA 89703
775-883-4413
ron@nnda.org
www.nnda.org

NV County Economic Development Agencies

Churchill Economic Development Authority (CEDA)
Eric Grimes
Executive Director
90 North Main Street
Fallon, NV USA 89406
775-423-8587
egsbdc@ceda-nv.org
www.ceda-nv.org
Elko County Economic Diversification Authority
Elaine Barkdull Spencer
Executive Director
723 Railroad Street
Elko, NV USA 89801
775-738-2100
elaine@eceda.com
www.eceda.com
Eureka County Economic Development Program
Walter Cuchine
Director
P.O. Box 753
Eureka, NV USA 89316
775-237-5484
econdev@eurekanv.org
www.co.eureka.nv.us/
Humboldt Development Authority (HDA)
Bill Sims
Coordinator
90 West 4th Street
Winnemucca, NV USA 89445
775-623-1064
bills@unr.edu
www.hdanv.org
Lander Economic Development Authority
Gene Etcheverry
Executive Director
315 South Humboldt Street
Battle Mountain, NV USA 89820
775-635-2885
geneetcheverry@landercounty.org
www.landercounty.org
Lincoln County Regional Development Authority
Mike L. Baughman, Ph.d., CEcD
Executive Director
P.O. Box 851
Caliente, NV USA 89008
775-315-2544
bigboff@aol.com
www.lcrda.com
Mineral County Economic Development Authority
Shelley Hartmann
Executive Director
901 E Street, P.O. Box 1635
Hawthorne, NV USA 89415
775-945-5896
shelley@mineralcountynevada.com
www.mineralcountynevada.com
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NV City Economic Development Agencies

City of Henderson
Jeff Leake
Economic Development Officer
240 Water Street, P.O. Box 95050
Henderson, NV USA 89009-5050
702-267-1650
cohecon@cityofhenderson.com
www.hendersonmeansbusiness.com
City of Mesquite
Allen Bell
Economic Development Director
10 East Mesquite Boulevard
Mesquite, NV USA 89027
702-346-5295
abell@mesquitenv.gov
www.mesquitenv.gov
City of North Las Vegas
Mike Majewski
Economic Development Director
2225 Civic Center Drive, Suite 224
North Las Vegas, NV USA 89030
702-633-1528
majewskim@cityofnorthlasvegas.com
www.cityofnorthlasvegas.com
Las Vegas Office of Business Development
Scott Adams
Director
400 Stewart Avenue, 2nd Floor
Las Vegas, NV USA 89101
702-229-6551
jjohns@lasvegasnevada.gov
www.lasvegasnevada.gov

Nevada State Incentives

CATALIST FUND: Nevada recently authorized the use of $10 million in general fund money to spur economic development through corporate expansions and relocations in Nevada. Working in connection with local governments, companies can apply to the state with an eligible economic development project for an allocation from the fund. Since this is a new program, the rules and regulations are currently in development and are expected be in place by January 1, 2012.

A SALES AND USE TAX ABATEMENT on eligible machinery and equipment is available to businesses with operations consistent with Nevada’s state plan for economic diversification and development. Qualifying criteria include a commitment to doing business in Nevada, minimum job creation, capital investment, employee heath plans, and wage requirements.

SALES TAX DEFERRAL: The state of Nevada offers a sales & use tax deferment program to qualified industries that purchase capital equipment in excess of $100,000. Taxes can be deferred interest free for up to five years.

An abatement of PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX is available to businesses with operations consistent with Nevada’s state plan for economic diversification and development. Qualifying criteria include a commitment to doing business in Nevada, minimum job creation, employee health plans, minimum capital investment, and wage requirements. Taxes may be abated for up to 50 percent for up to ten years.

RENEWABLE AND ENERGY STORAGE ABATEMENTS are available for companies involved in the production of energy from renewable sources such as wind, solar, and others, or a facility for the production of an energy storage device. The package of abatements includes sales/use tax and real and personal property tax.

MODIFIED BUSINESS (PAYROLL) TAX ABATEMENTS provide partial abatement from the payroll tax for new and expanding businesses. Statutory requirements, which must be met to qualify, include a minimum number of jobs created, a minimum capital investment, and wage and employee health plan requirements. Taxes may be abated by 50 percent for four years.

TRAIN EMPLOYEES NOW (TEN): Nevada offers a customized job training program to qualified businesses that meet established criteria. This program may be used prior to a plant opening and up to 90 days following.

Nevada is authorized to use tax-exempt INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT BONDS (IDBs) to provide low-interest financing of new construction, improvements, rehabilitation, or redevelopment of qualified projects, which include manufacturing facilities and certain other projects organized under Section 501 of the Internal Revenue Service code.


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