108 East Main Street
P.O. Box 425
Casey, IL 62420
|To foster the economic, social, ecological and cultural well-being of Casey, Casey development entities have entered into a partnership to create and support an economic development office to address the challenges facing communities in a holistic and participatory way.
This point-person works all the way from a national to local level to identify assets and challenges, locate resources, analyze local power structures, assess human needs and investigate other concerns that comprise the community's character and position within the global marketplace and society. Through this continual analysis, Casey is equipped to take advantage of every opportunity that presents itself.
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By building a common vision for a prosperous community, the residents, businesses and institutions of Casey will together present a strong front to face challenges of the present and future.
If you are a business looking to relocate to or build in Casey, please visit the Location One Information System (LOIS), a nationwide site-location database, for a detailed Casey community profile.
For additional information or inquiries, please contact Nicole Weigand in the economic development office at (217) 932-4074 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information on the benefits of locating your business within the Casey area of the Clark County Enterprise Zone, please visit the Enterprise Zone website.
Casey Industries was formed in 1960. Its charter mandates the development and promotion of Casey, Illinois, and the financial structure and by-laws make possible the mechanics whereby land and buildings may be bought, held and sold for the purpose of improving the business and industrial climate of the area. Since its formation, Casey Industries has been the source of funds and support for both new and expansion business and industrial projects in the area.
Casey Industries works to assist existing and new businesses with expansion and development opportunities including tax abatements for real estate purchases through the Clark County Enterprise Zone, business planning and resources, and potential gap financing.
Casey Industries works with the best interests and desires of both the community and the prospective company in mind. Past activities have included donation of land, lease-purchase arrangements, labor surveys and long-term finance arrangements. Funding for the activities of Casey Industries is made possible through the sale of membership certificates.