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Union City has a long history of manufacturing.  From building trucks to processing hardwood to fabricating livestock and grain equipment and, more recently building alternative fuel vehicles, Union City has a workforce of skilled, dedicated people who excel at what they do.

  Union City is a proud member of the Randolph County Economic Development Corporation and the East Central Indiana Regional Planning District.


Randolph County Economic Development Corporation
1
23 W Franklin St #201,
Winchester, IN 47394
Phone: 765-584-3266


Eastern Indiana Regional Planning Commission
401 East Main Street
Richmond, IN 47374
Phone: 765-977-3907
Email: jeffplasterer@gmail.com




Local Incentives for Union City Indiana:Manufacturing
Tax Abatement:
This incentive is offered on new property and equipment for new businesses or those who are expanding and diversifying their operations.

Indiana Incentives:  

Economic Development for a Growing Economy Tax Credit (EDGE)
The Economic Development for a Growing Economy (EDGE) is a refundable tax credit program that rewards companies for creating jobs and contributing to the growth of Indiana’s economy. EDGE credits are calculated as a percentage of payroll tax withholding for net new Indiana jobs. EDGE credits may be awarded for a period of up to 10 years.

Hoosier Business Investment Tax Credit (HBITC)
This program encourages capital investment in Indiana by providing a credit against a company’s Indiana tax liability. The credit amount is based on a company’s qualified capital investment with the final credit amount determined by the Indiana Economic Development Corporation, based on an analysis of the economic benefits of the proposed investment.

Industrial Development Grant Fund (IDGF)
This grant provides money to local governments for off-site infrastructure projects associated with an expansion of an existing Indiana company or the location of a new facility in Indiana. State funding through the IDGF program must be matched by a combination of local government and company financial support.

Skills Enhancement Fund (SEF)
The Skills Enhancement Fund (SEF) provides financial assistance to businesses committed to training their workforce. Trainees must be Indiana residents. SEF reimburses eligible training expenses over a two-year term. Companies may reapply for additional SEF funds after their initial two-year term. IEDC typically does not provide reimbursement for training that is required by law.