• Progress Program Overview

    The goal of Goshen Economic Development’s Progress Program is to reinvest one-quarter cent sales tax funds back in Goshen County businesses and municipalities. Goshen County businesses are the lifeblood of Goshen County and it is vital that the economic development sales tax is reinvested to continue growth and prosperity.

    Brayden Connour

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    Progress Program Application

    Applicant must complete an application, cost estimates and multiple bids. The Progress Program will pay based on submittal of paid bills for the project completed. All projects require matching funds and must be submitted for pre-approval of project and labor BEFORE the project begins.

    Brayden Connour

Progress Program


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With the renewal of the optional quarter-cent sales tax for economic development in 2010, the GCEDC board of directors launched a new program to aid local businesses, communities, and organizations. Since then the 1/4 cent tax has been renewed two additional times. 

The goals of the Progress Program are to help businesses succeed by making their properties more attractive to their customers and to make communities more attractive to potential new businesses, employees, residents, and visitors.

Goshen Economic Development strives to maintain accountability and transparency of the use of the 1/4 cent economic development sales tax funds. Since it’s inception over $1.2 M has assisted businesses, non-profits, and municipalities 249 times (2019)

GED is here to provide economic development support to Goshen County and its communities.

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