Economic Development

Economic Development

LIVINGSTON COUNTY COMMUNITY ECONOMIC PROFILES - 2013

BRIGHTON TWP.pdf
GREEN OAK TWP.pdf
IOSCO TWP.pdf
UNADILLA TWP.pdf
COHOCTAH TWP.pdf
HAMBURG TWP.pdf
MARION TWP.pdf
CITY OF BRIGHTON.pdf
CONWAY TWP.pdf
HANDY TWP.pdf
OCEOLA TWP.pdf
CITY OF HOWELL.pdf
DEERFIELD TWP.pdf
HARTLAND TWP.pdf
PUTNAM TWP.pdf
VILLAGE OF FOWLERVILLE.pdf
GENOA TWP.pdf
HOWELL TWP.pdf
TYRONE TWP.pdf
VILLAGE OF PINCKNEY.pdf



US CLUSTER MAPPING: LIVINGSTON COUNTY ECONOMIC REGIONAL DASHBOARD

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This Region Dashboard provides data on the economic performance, cluster composition, and sub-regional composition of this region.




SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN REGIONAL PROSPERITY INITIATIVE

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Michigan has earned the title of America’s comeback state. It’s an economic success story that would not be possible without collaboration by the public, private and nonprofit sectors. Our shared accomplishments during the past two years underscore the need to work in partnership toward a common vision of economic prosperity. That’s the goal of Gov. Rick Snyder’s Regional Prosperity Initiative


LIVINGSTON COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY (CEDS)

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The Livingston County Department of Planning prepared and submitted a new (2014) Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS). Required by the US Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration (EDA), the CEDS allows the County along with its 20 municipalities to qualify for EDA assistance.

The CEDS is designed to guide:
  • Economic growth of the County, it's member municipalities and the overall Southeast Michigan region.
  • Helps create jobs, job expansion, and job retention.
  • Fosters more stable and diversified economies and improves living conditions
  • It provides a mechanism for coordinating the resources of individuals, organizations, local governments and private industry concerned with economic development
  • Publication date: January 2014
 

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COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS


MEDC offers grants and loans to redevelop Michigan’s downtowns and foster historic preservation. By encouraging a compact mixture of uses and walkable urban fabric, we decrease the impact of sprawling development and efficiently utilize infrastructure. This development promotes environmentally and fiscally sustainable environments that attract talent and business and keep our youth here.


ADVANTAGE LIVINGSTONAdvantage Livingston

ADVANTAGE LIVINGSTON PLAN

The vision of Advantage Livingston is for the increased and sustainable prosperity of the Livingston County, Michigan area.

To achieve that:

  • We will have a collaborative environment across governmental, education, nonprofit and business lines focusing on facilitation and cooperation.
  • We will promote, sustain and value our rural and urban settings.
  • We will provide a high quality of life for people of all ages and diverse backgrounds.
  • We will excel in educational opportunities and performance.
  • We will provide an environment that encourages innovation and creation of economic opportunities.
  • We will support and invest in all types of mobility, including walking, bicycling, automobile and mass transit.


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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL OF LIVINGSTON COUNTY (EDCLC)

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Economic Development Council of Livingston County homepage


In 2011 SPARK formalized a partnership with the Economic Development Council of Livingston County (EDCLC) to provide economic development services to businesses in the area. SPARK and the EDCLC are working to advance the economy of Livingston County as well as the Ann Arbor area.

The EDCLC is a non-profit agency dedicated to the creation and sustainability of economic opportunities in-sync with the quality of life and unique characteristics of Livingston County. It is a one-stop resource for businesses seeking growth in Livingston County.