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Washington Township Business Breakfast Washington Township Residential & Commercial Development Update Build-out of existing neighborhoods continue Enclaves Washington Trace Trails of Saddle Creek Somerset

  1. Washington Township Business Breakfast

  2. Washington Township Residential & Commercial Development Update

  3. Build-out of existing neighborhoods continue • Enclaves • Washington Trace • Trails of Saddle Creek • Somerset • Villages of Winding Creek • Wynstone by MI Homes • Redwood • etc. Potential development on the horizon • Peebles Homes • Washington Trace multi-family Residential Development Update

  4. Commercial Development Update

  5. SICSA – Pet Adoption Agency Headquarters Washington Church Road @ I-675

  6. Ohio’s Hospice Office Building Congress Park @ Paragon Road

  7. Larkspur Acquisitions – Yankee Station Remodel Washington Village Drive & Miamisburg-Centerville Road

  8. United Dairy Farmers – New Construction Northeast corner of Far Hills & East Whipp Road Dunkin’ Donuts – Rehabilitation of Commercial Lot 5901 Far Hills Avenue; prev. Wendy’s/Clark’s Pharmacy

  9. Incenta Rewards 72 East Spring Valley

  10. Livingston Skilled Nursing Center 250 West Social Row Road

  11. The BusinessFirst! program strives to be a one stop solution to many of your business' needs, and you should know about the many resources available in the Greater Dayton Region. The list below represents just a few of the areas that our resource partners’ work contributes to a common goal – to support the growth of companies in our community and create a better business environment. Associations and information resources geared toward specific industries or specific business issues are at your fingertips. The BusinessFirst! partners work with this rich network of resource providers every day and can help businesses connect with the right person at the right time. • Domestic/Global Marketing & Sales • Market Research • Entrepreneurship/Management • Environmental/Government Regulations • Financing/Capital • Information Technologies • Community Outreach Partners/Local Government Services • Local Assistance • Operations/Production • Product Research & Development • State Government • Transportation, Logistics & Supply Chain • Utilities & Telecom BusinessFirst! Partnership • Workforce & Training

  12. Washington Township, with the cooperation of several of its BusinessFirst! regional partners, coordinated Community Business Walks in targeted areas throughout the Township. Representatives from Washington Township, Montgomery County’s Economic Development Office, and other regional resource partners canvass the community in order to talk with business owners and managers and hope to have a conversation about any opportunities or obstacles facing your business and to provide you with possible resources and assistance to address their individual needs. The value the Washington Township BusinessFirst! Program offers to our companies is that our team can link resources to help companies succeed and grow. It provides opportunity to thank local businesses for being a part of the Washington Township business community while referring the appropriate regional partner to the local company during the Business Walk. Resource Partner Business Walks

  13. Apart from the government services previously discussed, the following are additional assistance opportunities for businesses within the unincorporated portion of Washington Township: Montgomery County ED/GE Grants The ED/GE Program is composed of two separate, but interrelated, funds. The Economic Development (ED) Fund distributes dollars each year in grants to finance economic development projects. Annually, through the Government Equity (GE) Fund, a portion of increased property and income tax revenues collected as a result of the economic growth of program members is shared with fellow program participants. Grants are awarded twice a year by the county commissioners through a competitive review process, based on the recommendations of an advisory committee comprised of representatives from participating jurisdictions and the business community. Energy Special Improvement District (ESID) Partnership with the City of Dayton’s ESID to levy Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) funding. External funding process for making energy efficiency improvements to commercial buildings and/or installing alternative energy generation equipment , including solar PV, solar thermal, wind, geothermal, etc. Business First! Retention visit The BusinessFirst! program uses a customer-oriented approach to economic development designed to link businesses to resources in the community. The BusinessFirst! team is a coordinated group of more than 100 government agencies and nonprofit economic development organizations and corporations. BusinessFirst! for a Greater Dayton Region is comprised of 30 member jurisdictions throughout multiple counties in the region, with over 100 community resource partners assisting businesses to operate successfully in the Dayton region. Zoning & Other Services as Applicable

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