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Spring Valley: A great place to live and do business


The City of Spring Valley has a thriving local economy committed to supporting the local business community.  The business talent, investment, entrepreneurial spirit, and home town pride, developed Spring Valley into a great place to live and do business.


The Spring Valley Economic Development Authority has been very influential in broadening the local economy.  The Spring Valley EDA's mission is to assist in the development of small, medium, and large business development related to service, tourism, manufacturing, agriculture, and retail sectors of the economy.  


The Spring Valley EDA assists existing business wanting to expand, and at the same time focuses on attracting new industry to the community.  The Spring Valley EDA can help facilitate development in our 42 acre industrial/commercial JobZ site (tax exemption status) program.  In addition to possible JobZ tax benefits the city has a Local Revolving Loan Fund, Tax Increment Financing Districts, incubator space and other financial incentive programs for those who qualify.  


These economic development tools and incentives are in place to assist your move to Spring Valley.  The Spring Valley EDA would like to invite you to take a closer look at the economic value of doing business in our city.  


Greetings:

The City of Spring Valley welcomes you to take a closer look at our community. We are a City that offers a thriving local economy committed to supporting the local business community.  The business talent, investment, entrepreneurial spirit, and hometown pride, has developed Spring Valley into a great place to live and do business.

The Spring Valley Economic Development Authority (EDA) has been very influential in broadening the local economy.  The Spring Valley EDA's mission is to assist in the development of small, medium, and large business development related to service, tourism, manufacturing, agriculture, technology and retail sectors of the economy.  We would like to put our mission to work with your organization. We invite you to  take a closer look at our City through the following success stories that demonstrate growth even in the worst of economic times. A welcome team invites you to visit our City. Make an appointment with our Economic Development Director Cathy Enerson at 507-346-7367 or cathy.enerson@cedausa.com.


Reaching out

In an effort to communicate the city housing incentive program to a wider audience, Spring Valley economic development director Cathy Enerson worked with area directors to arrange for the City of Spring Valley to become a contributory member of the Rochester Area Builders. The construction housing incentive for Spring Valley is now promoted on both the South East Minnesota Association of Realtors website and the Rochester Area Builders site.