Incentives

Monroe County is deeply committed to sustainability - from industry practices to land and property development.  If you’d like to explore redevelopment or sustainability as an option for your project, we will:

  • Provide guidance for investing in developing properties
  • Assist you in accessing available federal and state incentive and grant programs
  • Connect you to potential suppliers and customers of sustainable products, processes or services
  • Identify potential technical and training resources for the implementation of sustainable practices
  • Work with local, state and national resources to secure additional support for your project

 

 

Sparta - Bicycling Capital of America

Sparta is the county seat of Monroe County, nestled in the beautiful rolling hills of western Wisconsin. Once known for the healing powers of the local artesian springs, Sparta is now most recognized as the junction of the Elroy-Sparta and La Crosse River bike trails. Sparta's claim as the "Bicycling Capital of America" is based upon the first rail bed in Wisconsin to be converted to bike trails between Sparta and Elroy.

 

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City of Tomah

The Tomah Economic Development's mission is to generate and assist business development, expansion and retention that will provide job opportunities, increased tax base and promote quality of life. The City works with the Tomah Chamber of Commerce.

 

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Village of Cashton

With the development of the Highway 33 corridor into our community along with the continuing business growth and expansion of our school system, Cashton leaders intend to be very progressive in growing our community for our citizens.

 

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Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation

Wisconsin offers a range of programs that provide financial and technical assistance to companies looking to start and grow their operations in the state. From launching a new idea to reaching new markets, your business receives the support it needs from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) and a statewide network of partners committed to your success.

In Wisconsin, you have not only the opportunity, but the resources you need to think big and accomplish more. Explore our business development programs to discover how you can make remarkable happen In Wisconsin®.

 

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Wisconsin Economic Development Association

This network is a new service of the Wisconsin Economic Development Association (WEDA), which is a statewide non-profit organization focused on advancing community and economic development programming, professional educational training and public policy initiatives.

The CRA Network connects development organizations with community and economic development projects that may be eligible under the Community Reinvestment Act to potential funders. These projects will be focused in the following eligible areas: housing, workforce, community, economic, small business development and disaster recovery that help to revitalize and stabilize communities.

 

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