Welcome to Genesee County, New York

The Genesee County Economic Development Center is your one-stop shop for businesses looking to locate or grow in upstate New York. Genesee County has the workforce talent, shovel-ready sites, financial assistance and market access to help your company grow.
With 2.3 million population in less than an hour drive, we have the workforce you need to succeed. We also have programs, 1,800 acres of shovel-ready sites, incentives and loans available to assist you in your growth, as over 450 companies have experienced since 2003. For your products, you can reach 128 million customers in one day's drive of Genesee County.

Ready for the Future


Low-Cost Hydropower at New York's Largest High-Tech Greenfield
1,250 shovel-ready acres designed for high-tech manufacturing and developed to the utility demands of the largest projects.

Workforce Talent

Ready for Growth
Access the Buffalo-Rochester Metro Corridor's 2.3 million people, talent from 57 colleges and universities, and workforce training for engineers and technicians.

Project Support

Growing Business in Genesee County
Local, regional and state incentives will advance your project.

Learn more about the Western New York Science & Technology Advanced Manufacturing Park (STAMP), Genesee County's 1,250-acre mega site. STAMP is home to Plug Power's Project Gateway, a $232 million renewables manufacturing project generating over $600 million of economic impact to Genesee County.
Learn more about the Genesee County Economic Development Center's market-ready sites, including the 250-acre Genesee Valley Agribusiness Park. The Ag Park supports operations with 1.1 million square-feet of dairy processing projects, over 900 workers, and over $500 million of capital investment in Genesee County.
Learn more about Genesee F.A.S.T., the GCEDC's results-driven approach to delivering the benefits of Genesee County's workforce development to growing employers.
Learn more about the financial incentives and the state and utility assets that can support your project.
The GCEDC's next regular board meetings will be held in July.
Information about upcoming and past board meetings is available here.
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