In addition to an excellent location, pro-business attitude and substantial investments in infrastructure access and community aesthetics the City can provide a variety of financial and non-financial incentives to induce a business' selection of Hilliard.
The City, through its Economic Development Director, evaluates each project on its own merits to determine if an offer of economic incentives is extended and the amount and terms of the offer. Typically, once a determination is made to offer an incentive package the Director will negotiate an incentive package with the business tailored to its unique needs. The key factors evaluated by the Director include the business' quality of payroll, growth prospects, compatibility within the community, level of investment and commitment.
The Ohio Department of Development also provides a variety of resources and incentive programs.
For more information or to discuss a specific project, contact:
David S. Meeks
Economic Development Director
City of Hilliard
“The city's partnership has been integral to closing deals at the property...”
“Hilliard's willingness to move quickly on incentive offers has helped lease up the 175,000-plus-square-foor One Mill Run office building...”
“Prospective businesses appreciate the attention. The Development Director and Mayor will attend showings and offer more than tax breaks. They ask 'How can we help you market what you're doing?' If it's a service that the city needs, they make sure that they try to do service with a company in Hilliard. That really sets you apart.”