The City of Goodyear Economic Development Division is constantly working to attract new businesses and support the companies who have already chosen our City for their enterprises. Business assistance programs include everything from business loans to tax credits and district planning grants—plus a wide range of resources to help Goodyear businesses take root and thrive.
How We Can Help You
For both existing industries seeking to expand or becoming more competitive or to outside companies exploring relocation opportunities the following support is available:
- Assistance with securing available buildings or parcels of land
- Custom economic research
- Help with state and local financing incentives
Our goal is for business to prosper within the City of Goodyear. Goodyear's business climate allows for prosperous enterprises and fosters entrepreneurship and investment. Policies and regulations are clear and constantly adjusted to create a good business climate. Transportation, infrastructure, facilitates, and commerce are well maintained. Additionally, the area has an abundant educated and skilled workforce.
The City of Goodyear workforce continues to grow and diversify each year. Our team can guide you to multiple resources that can help you find the workforce you need to develop or improve your business. Contact us and we'll help identify the solutions to your issues.
In addition to the city, county and state resources the City of Goodyear economic development professionals can direct you to several additional partner organizations that we work with on a daily basis that may also have resources to fit your expansion needs, including the Arizona Commerce Authority and the Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce.
How to start a Business
Starting a business is a rewarding and challenging experience, but it can also be daunting if you don't know where to start. Here are resources to help you get started:
Business programs of interest
Be sure to take a look these events and programs of interest:
BIEN Enables small and medium sized companies to expand their supply chain networks and identify growth and collaboration opportunities with other businesses in Arizona, Mexico and Canada – Arizona’s top two trading partners.